Hotel Riu Palace Oasis  

Maspalomas Beach comes as part of the deal here, as does a trio of restaurants.

The hotel is set in supersized gardens and is just steps away from Maspalomas Beach, famous for its Lawrence of Arabia-style sand dunes. And Playa del Inglés is a 10-minute taxi ride from here.

A main pool fringed with palm trees is the focal point here, and it’s teamed up with a garden-side whirlpool bath. The hotel also has a trio of restaurants – 1 offers a very civilised late breakfast and does great steaks later.

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  • 2Buildings
  • 5Floors
  • 332Rooms


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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner with late continental breakfast option 10.30-12.00.  Select imported and local alcoholic and soft drinks available 24 hours.  24-hour snacks. Coffee, cakes and sandwiches 15.30-18.00.

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Outdoor pool

Outdoor pool with sunbeds and parasols, surrounded by palms.

Spa & Wellness Centre*

Take time to relax and recharge in the spa with a range of treatments, massages, hammam and Rasul. There's also a sauna, ice fountain, steam bath and contrast shower to help you unwind.

Multi-sports court

A multipurpose sports pitch for games like mini football and basketball.

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twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 3 - can be sold as a single. With twin beds, a ceiling fan, satellite TV with music channel and mini-fridge.

twin room with limited sea view

Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 3 adults, with twin beds, ceiling fan, satellite TV with music channel and mini-fridge.

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Lovely break

We spent 5 nights at the Rui Palace Oasis in February 2015. I can certainly recommend this hotel. The food is very good and the staff friendly, we were challenged on the first day to confirm we were guests but once we showed our bands all was well. The food is of a very high standard in the buffet restaurant and the poolside bar. It is true there is limited space by the pool but as the weather was mixed this was not an issue. It should not be underestimated the advantage of having a heated pool at this time of the year. It is true that the hotel is probably due for a refurb but this comment relates to the style rather than anything else.More

Robert O, London

4 or 5 STAR???

Having returned from my week in Riu Palace I thought I would give my verdict. Firsty, our weather was mixed which gave me ample time to survey the Hotel. It is situated right on the beach which offers you a lovely walk to the left on the beach or on the promenade to the right. On arrival...we were offered our glass of Cava whilst waiting for our room which although it was midday we were shown to swiftly which I was told had been upgraded (for Free). The room, although a little outdated was clean, fairly spacious and comfortable. We had a lovely view of the Ocean and the Lighthouse. The All Inclusive Package was perfect for our stay. The breakfast was very good, the lunch was okay and the dinner was very good - two out of 3 - not bad at all. The Service was exemplary....from the Reception to the waiters to the cleaners to the pool stewards .... everyone went out of their way to make you feel good. This Hotel has been downgraded to a 4 star I think. The rooms are fine (probably 4 star)...unless you are someone who wishes to spend their whole time in the room. The food apart from the lunch is 5 star. The ambience that the staff create is most definitely 6 star. If I had any criticisms it would be that the bedrooms don't have wifi...the sun beds at the pool are too close and the lunch could be a little better. One last thing...this hotel is aimed at the more mature clientele so don't be expecting a lot of energy and fun at night. Overall I would definitely advise you to go here....just relax and let the staff look after you.More

DK1955, Tralee

Winter sunshine

Just returned from the oasis and one word describes it Fabulous. Don't let the knockers put you off if there is one out there, Our first trip there and we are going back in May and September, we have never met staff that are more helpful from the manager down. Food was the best ever and the a la carte restraunt is something special, If there is a down side it would b the wi fi it's only available in the reception but who cares your there on holiday not to play on computersMore

hugh w, Grimsby, United Kingdom

A really memorable family holiday

We hadn't had a holiday for 2 years due to illness and we were also celebrating a big birthday for my wife. When we reached the hotel, it looked exclusive and was. The guests were mainly European and generally older clientèle. The holiday was all inclusive which suited the younger members of our family as top quality food and drink was always available. The food was really varied and excellent and the drink (including cocktails and sparkling wine) were of a high standard. The a la carte restaurant had a limited menu but was a lovely evening and people made an effort to dress up. The staff worked extremely hard and nothing was too difficult.They helped in the birthday celebrations for my wife and provided a bottle of bubbly. They were wonderful throughout. The sea rooms had lovely views and we could sunbathe all day on the balcony. There was little contention for sun beds, the pool temperature was OK and there was a choice of poolside or gardens. The gardens in turn led to a clean sandy beach, the sand dunes and nature reserve. The sea front had numerous restaurants and shops plus some very glamorous hotels. Entertainment at the hotel was varied but OK and particularly for older dancing and there were other hotels also running entertainment. During the day, we hired a car at the hotel which proved very painless and this was frankly a feature of the hotel - everything was easy and trouble free. We would have preferred WiFi in the whole hotel while printing boarding passes proved a little difficult. The entertainment could have been a little more aimed at the younger members but they still shared our enthusiasm for the hotel overall. It's probably one of the best holidays that we've had for a variety of reasons and we wouldn't hesitate to return to this hotel or the resort but please, if you can, avoid using Ryan Air to get you there.More

Stephen S,

Time to Relax

This hotel is lovely,beautiful gardens,very relaxing by pool,excellent food and drink and it's all Inclusive 5 Stars. You can go out the gate and your on the beautiful sandy beach. There is a lovely promenade if you wish to go for a walk. The shopping mall and other shops are about ten minutes away. Along the promenade are lovely bars and resturants. You really can't go wrong.More

JULIA C, Manchester, United Kingdom

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