This sea-view hotel hugs the beach and comes with a great pool scene, too. Plus it’s got 3 top restaurants.
The grounds at this smart, whitewashed hotel lead straight on to the sands of Esquinzo de Jandia Beach. There are 4 pools, too – 3 for adults, 1 for children. One of them even has an island-based cocktail bar.
For meals, you’ve got a buffet restaurant and an à la carte place on the seafront. After dinner, there are live evening shows, and a choice of 5 bars.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Selected local alcoholic and soft drinks 10.00-23.30. Coffee, tea and cakes 15.00-17.00.
Snacks including toasted sandwiches, hotdogs, burgers and scoop ice-cream 11.00-18.00.
For breakfast and dinner. Buffet service with open kitchen. Enjoy the themed dinners which take place twice a week and sample the Canarian and Spanish cuisine. There's also the possibility of special diets and vegetarian menus on request. This place comes with a dress code for dinner, it's long trousers and a shirt with sleeves for gentlemen. This is a non-smoking restaurant and highchairs are available.
Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 4, with twin beds, a sofa-bed for 1 adult or 2 children up to 12 years. This room comes with satellite TV with limited English and radio channels and a mini-fridge.
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We stayed at the hotel from 5th August for 10 nights. The building itself is lovely. Rooms are very clean and comfortable. Restaurant/bars/lounge areas are all decorated very well. The pool areas are nice but some of the pools have a lot of missing tiles which are very uncomfortable when you stand on them. The reception and cleaning staff were both friendly and helpful. However, our biggest problem with our stay was the attitude of most of the bar/restaurant staff. They were very unfriendly and quite frankly not very polite. They could barely even give you a smile let alone any assistance. The hotel also didn't openly advertise what was included in the all inclusive menus. We left still not sure of everything you were entitled to. It would be helpful if something was put in writing and given to people on arrival. Yes, you can ask the staff, but again due to their unhelpful attitude you end up just giving up! From what we could see the hotel is predominantly French. There is a French tourist company at the hotel called Club Lookea. Most of the time they were very entertaining to watch, the reps always seemed to be doing activities around the pool/in the bars. However, sometimes they did have a tendancy to take over the pool area, asking the other holidaymakers to move to the side of the pool when they were doing their activities. We weren't told any information about the childrens club. Again, we left still not knowing anything about it. Breakfast and lunch were nice. However they close the main restaurant at lunchtime and open the smaller restaurant. This made it very difficult to get seated. Dinner was ok but a little repetitive. Beware of the wine too...absolutely hideous! My husband wasn't exactly keen on the beer either! However, I can highly recommend the honey rum :) Take note that there really isn't anything to do close by this hotel. You really are stuck in the middle of nowhere! All in all we have a relaxing holiday, not a terrible experience, but to be honest not a hotel I would highly recommend or visit again.More
Although this is rated as 4 star, I would say from staying there recently that it is more a 3 star. Food is adequate, but at times doesn't fully cater for the English palette. Customer service from the reception staff and waiters is sloppy and could do with improving to be more friendly and welcoming. Thomas Cook need to review the way they represent this Hotel as even basic information like coach transfer times on departure to the airport were only displayed for their German customers. We had to ask twice and still reception could not help us!! Overall I would definitely not return to this Hotel.More
Catherine S, East Grinstead, United Kingdom
We stopped from 1st August - 8th August.
Overall it was an excellent hotel, couldn't really fault anything apart from a few things.
Room - nice and big, double bed, lovely bathroom, cleaned everyday! We stopped in a sea view which was a very good view, looking over the pools aswell as the sea view! Excellent spot as you are in the middle of everything!
Food - food was very nice! I am a very fussy eater but I managed to eat a plate full every day! Breakfast included cereal, fruit, bread, Full English, meats, yoghurts, scones, doughnuts and many more!! Dinner time they have a similar set up to the evening meal! Chips, meats, pasta, salad, rice, pizza, deserts including cake and ice cream! Evening meal were similar to dinner but had more on! one thing I would recommend is to bring trousers as they wont let you in otherwise! you are fine at breakfast and dinner, it's just the evening meal!
Pool - 3 pools, and 1 nudist pool. We didn't go in the pool a lot but when we did it was very very cold!
Their is a club called Club Lookea who do the day time entertainment by the pool! They are very lively playing music and playing games. One thing I would say is that they don't really get the English involved. It would be nice if they did! The hotel is full of German and French people which Club Lookea seem to be only bothered about.
The evening entertainment was okay, something to watch whilst having a drink!
Drinks - the all inclusive drinks are fine, choice of 4 cocktails as I remember. Tequila sunrise, Pina colada, love on the beach and another one. Included wine, Vodka and all the other stuff you would normally get on all inclusive.
If you go to the bar upstairs, near the reception they give you bottles of water, which is great as you can take these back to your room and put them in the fridge which is free of charge!!
Aircon also free with all inclusive! worked okay!
One thing I would say is that the hotel staff (bar mainly) need to be more friendly! They are very ignorant, it wouldn't hurt to smile and have a chat with you.
I would reccomend going to the oasis park zoo! for 32â¬ for an adult is is good value for money. We also did the Camel and Lemur experience which I would highly recommend.
overall I would reccomnd this hotel and some of the the reviews on here are very harsh. A very nice hotel and thoroughly enjoyed our stay! Deffo a 4 star hotel! More
We have often been to Fuerteventura, but this time the hotel did not meet our expectations. The rooms were fine and clean, but the staff - including reception - did not seem interested in the guests, sometimes they were very unfriendly. We thought we had booked a hotel at the beach. The beach was there, but it is not part of the hotel, the deck chair costs 13,50 â¬ a day which makes quite a big sum if you stay for two weeks.More
Lisa K, Xanten, Germany
High Season Review
If you go at peak occupancy expect a very busy hotel. You will not get a sunbed unless you reserve one by 7am. Expect to wait for service in the bar and restaurant.
Otherwise it was ok, but not 4 star.More