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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  • Traditional and modern styles
  • Town and countryside settings
  • 20kg luggage allowance
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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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Relaxing place to stay

just returned from a very relaxing and well deserved rest, found the hotel to be a little dated in some areas and could do with a little improvement in some areas but without spoiling the rest of the hotel.Found the food to be very good better then I have had in other all inclusive hotels, although found pork was on the menu quite a lot, the fresh omelets at breakfast where very good. Staff in all areas where very friendly and helpful. The grounds around the hotel are simply the best ever, if you want piece and quiet then you just go to one of the "oasis" areas away from the pool and sit or lay under palm trees and listen to the birds or running water from the water falls, the pool area was a little more noisy as you would expect but there was plenty of room and loungers. Room had all you expect from this standard of hotels, beds comfy, air con worked, good shower and clean crisp white towels. Location is excellent out of the gardens and your onto the beach and what a beach it is goes on for miles, There is a decent shopping area just along the promenade past the light house to stroll around. There was a mix of nationalities in hotel but mostly being of the older generation which helped with the relaxing atmosphere, on the whole its a hotel I would recommend and would visit again.More

ceh1063, Doncaster, United Kingdom

Something a little different

My wife & I travelled seeking a quiet / relaxing hotel to recover from a busy previous 18 months, and as a last Holiday before becoming parents for the first time. Summary... This hotel is peaceful, with a clear target market of Northern European couples >50 years old, and suits those wishing to travel to a "non-family" resort, despite being family friendly. For an "All Inclusive", the food is generally above average (at meal times) and the self service facilities for drink (including alcohol) make life a lot easier. Ample grounds in a great location make this a great choice of Hotel for many different travelers, although some areas are in need of investment. What we loved... 1) Sun Loungers - I've never been to a hotel with so much space by the pool, most days we had 2 loungers in the shade and 2 in the sun, and there were dozens more unused. 2) Food - As a generalisation, the food is above average for an all-inclusive. There was a wide variety in the evenings, enough to keep you interested at lunch, although Brits may not get to eat a Full English in the mornings. 3) Grounds - I've never visited a hotel with so much space laid to lawn that isn't a Golf course! The separation of "Oasis" gardens from pool side gives guests options for relaxing, and cleverly disperses groups making the resort more tranquil. 4) Location - The hotel boarders the famous Maspalomas Sand dunes and Oasis, with instant access to both the beach and the Maspalomas promenade with very trendy shops, boutiques and restaurants, perfect for a daytime or evening stroll. Could be better... 1) Room 151 - A "Garden Room" in a block of ~150 rooms. Lovely view, but unfortunately our bed-head wall backed onto the main marble corridor for those 150 rooms. Not a single night did we sleep through, because of heels on the floor, and guests congregating by the lifts / using the stairs opposite the front door. 2) Rooms are dated - It's like staying in a Hilton in the 1990's. Very out of date, and needs overhaul. You can't compare this to any (3-)4-5 star hotel in mainland Europe. 3) Food Rotations - The quality of food was good, but there was little rotation. We had to eat out occasionally because you grew tired of seeing the same dishes every meal. I've seen hotels manage this far better, with smaller spreads, and emphasising a "theme" night (e.g. Italian, Oriental, etc). Overall The staff here really go the extra mile, and they are incredibly good at their job (particularly the waiting staff). Fixed meal times can be a problem for some, but earlier diners aren't penalised for arriving late, as long as they vacate on time. The space, freedom, and service would take us back there. The dated appearance, and poor sleep quality (easily avoided if known in advance) would keep us away.More

JimmyP_UK, Hertfordshire, UK

Relaxing holiday

Just returned from two weeks holiday we had a great time here the hotel was very good and all areas were well kept and clean, the staff were all very friendly and nothing was too much trouble. The pool and garden areas were spacious and no shortage of sun beds. If you want the beach it is just through side gate. Would not hesitate to go back.More

jan738, Salisbury, United Kingdom

Relaxing stay

We stayed for two weeks at the beginning of May. Lovely large room (comfy bed) with balcony. Spotless everywhere. Nice pool and garden area, plenty of loungers, the pool man made sure we had a lounger every day. Two sittings in the main restaurant, 6.30 and 8.30 and it was never overcrowded. The food in the buffet restaurant was lovely, lots of choice. The Al a Cart restaurant was exceptional. The entertainment was not brilliant but what we saw was ok. It's a very quiet hotel mostly older clients but we enjoyed our stay. Only one complaint - the maid kept leaving the balcony door unlocked. We will return one dayMore

WigWam2015, Sheffield, United Kingdom

Not quite what we were expecting..............

I sometimes wonder if we are visiting different places when I read some reviews. Still, people all have different tastes (thank goodness) and this hotel was not really to ours. To start with the bad; the rooms were quite old fashioned and in need of updating. The beds were some of the hardest and uncomfortable we have slept in. There was air conditioning but it was quite noisy and not very effective. Many people have commented on the food. There was certainly plenty of it and if you like to be able to get food 20 hours per day and enjoy buffet style dining it is for you. We found the dinners very samey and while salad was fresh I am sure the vegetables were tinned and definitely overcooked. The coffee at breakfast was some of the worst I have tasted (found that a few places in Spain) and the wines served were not of great quality - shame as Spain has some great wines. Wi Fi was only available in the reception and very slow. They did have some pay internet stations but the keybaord did not work fully on the one we used. May have been the time we were there but guests were predominantly over 60. That is not dissing the over 60's as we are in that age bracket! That all sounds negative but were plenty of good things about it: the staff were friendly and helpful, the hotel, grounds and rooms were spotlessly clean. The pool was really good size and plently of loungers so never felt crowded. There were extensive gardens with loungers so you could easily find peace and quiet. You only had to walk out the back gates to get straight on the beach and a number of local restaurants and shops. Someone called it "ambush alley" which is a good description. While the food was not quite to our taste there wwas plenty of it. Did meet a couple who have been going back 30 years so clearly doing something right! Not quite for us but don't let this put you off going.More

aragorn227132, Wokingham, United Kingdom

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Hotel Riu Palace Oasis
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