If you’re after a hotel that allows for more than just swimming and sunbathing, this place is right on the mark. Its sports scene is top-of-the-range, with mini soccer, road biking, tennis, and even Nordic walking all on the agenda. Things are just as lively in the evenings, with live music and themed parties topping the bill.
The hotel is geared towards taking it easy, too. Outside, four huge swimming pools weave their way around spacious terraces and palm-dotted lawns. The main one is in a great spot, just footsteps from a sweeping white-sand beach. Plus it comes with a bar, which serves a good range of drinks and snacks.
For sit-down meals, though, head to one of the restaurants. The main one offers up buffet spreads of international dishes, while the à la carte buffets specialise in Mediterranean, Canarian favourites and meat.
As for the bedrooms, they’re set in low-level whitewashed buildings which look out over palm-lined pathways and green lawns. Inside, they’ve taken a traditional approach. Think tan floor tiles, wicker furniture and patterned soft furnishings. Air-conditioning keeps things comfortable in high season, while satellite TVs and good-sized balconies or terraces complete the scene.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected locally produced alcoholic and soft drinks. House wine in the buffet and à la carte restaurants. Sandwich corner, light buffet and snacks available at set times.
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4 outdoor pools
It's all about the pools here, and it's no wonder. Not only can you grab yourself a prime spot for a sea view, but each pool has a pergola area with sunbeds, great for cooling off on those lazy days.
Magic Mungo Club
This is definitely the place to be. With parties, games, pool games, shows, tennis, soccer, picnics and a great playground, there's plenty to keep the little ones well entertained. For ages 3 to 6 years, available 6 days a week.
El Gusto restaurant
Choose from a great range of Spanish dishes for dinner.
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Twin room sleeps up to 3 with twin or queen-size beds, a ceiling fan and mini-fridge stocked with a bottle of water on arrival only.
twin room with sea view
Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 3 with twin or queen-size beds, a ceiling fan and mini-fridge stocked with a bottle of water on arrival only.
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Good Hotel, a few tweaks could be Magical!
Just got back from a week all inclusive at Club Magic and as an avid Trip Advisor user keen to get a prompt review in to assist you with your decision. Visited the hotel end of Feb/beginning of March 2014. Purpose of our visiting was a winter break but also for me to prepare for a forthcoming exam. We are two adults in our 40's who done a bit of travelling and some reviewing too. I have split the review into the sections that we thought important when booking, namely Weather; Room; Food; hotel facilities and amenities; naturists; overall experience; Weather; we were looking for a week winters break, short haul and fairly restricted with work about when we could travel. After a bit of trawling we selected the Canaries and eventually Feurteventure. We have been to the island once before and remembered how windy the island was then- it still is. Weather wise it was warm but not hot some cloudy days with temps in the low 20's. If you are a sun worshiper not ideal with many clothed on the sunbeds. At night the temperature drops a little and with the wind it feels chilly so lack a fleece or jacket. My wife straightens her hair but this was pointless it was blustery but then it usually is! You will get a tan but it is not the time of year for sun worshippers and pack a fleece or jacket for the evenings. Room wise we were in Block 14 room 217. The room is recently refurbed, located near to the pool but overlooking the sea. The hotel is located on the side of a hill/ cliff so we were the top of the block of 3 but nearest to the facilities. The room did have a wow factor on arrival modern, clean and very impressive. The room had free safe, flat screen tv and plenty of space. Downsides not many, we like to see tea/coffee making facilities in the room and the room had a fridge but a mini bar is handy for times when you can't be bothered to go out! Overall very Impressed. Food wise- I am a fussy eater, there is plenty of variety all of which was well cooked and delicious nothing to worry about at all. Few gripes, the main dining room is massive and gets very busy at peak times especially evening meals. Whilst the food was tasty it definitely felt more of a canteen than a restaurant. Overcrowded and chaotic! The food is accompanied by a choice of wine red/rose/white standard stuff nothing fancy, with self service soft drinks and beer. The hotel I was told was 3/4 full the only place this showed was the catering mainly at dinner and peak times for breakfast. As an alternative there are 3 specialist restaurants to select from. We only tried the one The Baija which is Italian themed. The procedure here is that you queue the day at 8,00 am not knowing which of the 3 restaurants are available. I was up in reception studying hence I booked the restaurant I could easily have booked each day with little inconvenience but the experience at the first did not inspire me to bother! The sight of bleary eyed holiday makers queuing was not great- perhaps more staff booking or even a later time. The Baija was a self service affair- again food tasty enough but not fine dining and apart from being a little less hustle and bustle than the main restaurant had little else going for it. As with the main restaurant the wine was house red/rose or white all just drinkable. I asked for something sparkling and was told no, I would have paid for something different. I Have stayed in many similar establishments, the norm being that all themed restaurants are available most nights, there is a timetable to show which are open when, first come first served with some restrictions on how often people use them to share it round or an abundance of space for it not to be an issue. Food options in the day consisted of the main Magico restaurant. The Baija nice for Pizzas the pool bar ok for snacks and the coffee bar in reception with a variety of cakes. All of the food was tasty, a variety of choice -something for everyone. Hotel Facilities- spoke of room the room -excellent. The hotel has wi-fi at a cost of 25 euros per week, interestingly this is free from May so why not now? The wi- fi extended to the room which was a first on a package holiday for me and useful for studying and keeping abreast of things back home. The grounds around the hotel are all well maintained it is located on many levels. There are gardeners tending to areas all of which were very pleasant. Some of the communal areas could do with a little TLC, minor changes like new furniture in the bar but otherwise everything was fine. The pool was very cold, braved it once. First time I have had a pool all to myself. After braving it for 30 minutes got out, it took 5 minutes to get used to it. Tthe hotel had a theatre with some films showing and the staff put on shows which alas I didn't go to. There is a bar- the karaoke night had a good vibe. Big draw was the exercise available. The hotel is big with cyclists and has organised rides each day catering for the keen cyclists. There is a gym and classes, more than I've seen on offer before. I did Spin with Laura- she is fantastic, motivational with coaching tips for beginners. I spin at home and Laura was as good as the best instructors, not crazy but a good safe workout. The class took part on the terrace overlooking the ocean, great views good music and a fab instructor. Thank you. My wife took part in the Zumba and step they catered for most levels, probably the best exercise availability I've encountered. The hotel organises road and cycle rides so you are a cyclist pack your kit- the rides range from the keen to the keen, many Europeans for deliberate winter training. The hotel has a range of shops with some good sports equipment available and clothing not cheap but better than usual hotel tat on offer. Beach- the hotel gas access to a good little beach with a small cafe and toilets. Very pleasant. The walk to Jandia is pleasant enough although you have to watch for the tides and scramble over rocks in places when it comes in. Naturist - having booked the hotel I was informed of Jandias renown for being a popular haunt of naturists. A number of previous reviews have commented on this too. I don't know what it is about this I found disconcerting I just did. I gather the hotel caters for it but saw no evidence there. Walking along the 'beach' to Jandia I saw sides to people I would prefer not to, but to be fair most are minding their own business doing what they enjoy, the beach has little stone windbreaks where people sunbathe out of the way. There were a couple of peacocks, all male, hands on hips, all on display, takes all sorts. Similarly on the beach Jandia- ventured there twice once for a walk and once for a Chinese reviewed separately. Overall- if you've booked or thinking of booking this is a good hotel, the refurbed rooms are good standard and the see view was fantastic (see pictures). Great for a relax or for sporting and cycling activities, it is popular with Europeans which is a good thing. A few tweaks this could be fantastic. Would return maybe for a cycling break or with friends although a week was just right. Happy to answer any questions. More
Magic life jandia
Been here a third time for some winter sun, they are making some room upgrades which address the rather dated rooms, it's a great hotel, the staff are 10/10. Food is excellent, and cannot fault for Buffett style, you can always find some really good. Make sure you research what you want from a holiday is not the party capital of Spain. But for a chilled break that's what I'm looking for. Beaches are the best in the Cannary Islands by far. We will return again in the winter, and would like to say a big well done for the team a Magic Life for another really great break!More
ROB-2012-12, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
Better than a 4 star, more 4.5!
My girlfriend and I, and another couple, stayed here for a week in mid February and had a fantastic time! This is a very popular hotel with our whole coach transfer party staying here. As a result, checking in took a while but a member of staff came around with glasses of champagne for all of us - a nice touch that really boosted first impressions. After check in, we were directed to our rooms (17104 and 17105, block 17) - spacious and great sea views! Not long later, our suitcases arrived courtesy of one of the helpful bell boys. The food was generally very high quality with the main buffet restaurant being a cut above most other All Inclusive buffets that we have experienced. It is also exceptionally large so there's always tables free and plenty of choice to suit everyone. My girlfriend and I preferred the Argentinian a la carte which serves food such as steaks, burritos and mixed grills. However, the Spanish (only two choices for main course) and Italian (buffet/a la carte) restaurants were also very good. The Italian is also open for late lunches and midnight snacks so a handy option to consider! One area we thought the hotel could improve on was an additional bar as the two here get a bit 'same old' after a few nights. Having said that, the Plaza bar was always lively with music after 10:30PM and the Wunderbar is 24 hours so we couldn't complain. The beach is on a bit of an incline with rocky areas although there is plenty of sandy areas and places to relax. Beach shoes may be advisable if going in the sea in front of the hotel as when the tides in, you have to tread over sharp rocks to get in. But if you walk about 20-30 minutes to the right, you'll reach Jandia's lovely beach! Just beware of the nudists!!! The hotel is in a very secluded area, which is fine for us but something to consider. It's only 7.50 euros for a taxi into Jandia and you can hire a car relatively cheaply from 40 euros a day to drive to more lively areas if you want to. Altogether this is a very good hotel and is in between a 4 - 5 star. The service is generally excellent, some staff more so than others, and the food is very good. The reason we only rated it 4 star is because we have been spoiled in the past with other hotels. For Fuerteventura and the Canary Islands though, this is one of the best!More
Michael F, Pontefract, United Kingdom
Fuerteventura in February.
Before reservation of this hotel I could not find any information about cycling program. Because of that I put some photos. Rooms on the "windy" side can be noisy while balcony door have some deficiencies of instalation. Entertainment team (spinning, MTB, roadcycling) excellent.More
Edmond A, Slovenia
This hotel keeps giving and giving!!! Amazing
So, ive had my first trip to Fuerteventure and my first stay at this hotel. It has been wonderful. The accommodation is spotless, the staff are pleasant (accomodating, easy going and always try to please), the food choice is amazing, and the all inclusive option is VERY generous. Ive stayed in a number of hotels and this one is now one of my top ones! The drinks, the food, the choice of activities, the fitness classes and the entertainmnet are all part of the package. There is no need to even change money to euros! You wont need a penny!! There is even a theatre, spa (which isnt part of the inclusive option but thats no surprise) and a cinema. Tips - request a room which is quiet. Its a nice resort, not high rise apartments in any way, but separate 2-3 story blocks, however, you could be placed in the centre of the resort and this could be noisy until 11:30pm. We stayed in block 19 and this was perfect. It was also an updated room. Some of the rooms are being modernised. The rooms, however, are spotless and very spacious. I would also advise to check out the whole resort before you establish your daily routines. There are three restaurants, and food and drinks are available 24 hours. I didnt realise that restuarant Bia (Italian) opens at lunch time and this is much quieter than the grand food hall. You can also sit outside at this restaurant. You may find the main food hall overwhelming as it is massive. The choice of food is out of this world and lovely too. It only took me a walk around, however, to find my bearings and then I made the very best use of it! Fresh fruit, salad, vegetables and fruit smoothies every single day. Whilst it caters for families with small children, i think the hotel is a good mix. Plenty of space and room and sunbeds for every one. Book with confidence. My only complaint (and this couldnt be fixed by the hotel) is that the island is a breezy one, there isnt much let up in the breeze so bring plenty of sun cream and also jumpers for the night time if visiting in the spring months. Enjoy!!More
bellagrey, South Yorkshire
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