You'll find breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the buffet restaurant. A la carte and international menus are also on offer. There are three themed dinners each week and barbecue evenings twice a week. Paella is served at lunch on Sundays.
Designed for 3 to 11 year olds, Thomson Kids’ Club offers 2 hours of activities, 5 or 6 days a week. And that includes at least 3 evenings. It’s split into sections, with Tots for 3 to 5 year olds, Team for 6 to 8s, and Tribe for 9 to 11s. Best of all, most kids’ clubs activities are completely free. For your peace of mind, all Thomson Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times. Open July and August.
These modern 1-bedroom family rooms with their contemporary décor and furnishings can sleep up to four. They come with a twin bedroom, a sofa-bed in the lounge and a fourth pull-out bed. There's a kitchenette with two vitro ceramic rings and microwave, maid service and towel change three times a week, plus linen is change once a week.
These modern 1-bedroom family room with a sea view come with contemporary décor and furnishings. They can sleep up to four with a twin bedroom, a sofa-bed in the lounge and a fourth pull-out bed. There's a kitchenette with two vitro ceramic rings and microwave, maid service and towel change three times a week, plus linen is change once a week.
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We have just returned this morning from a 2 weeks stay at the Revoli, On arrival early of hours of Friday Morning, we were greeted by a polite gentleman on reception, very helpful & friendly. First Impressions lasted, Went to the welcome meeting in the Morning, welcomed by a luvley lady called Kate, again very friendly, polite & told you in great detail everything you needed to know of the Puerto Rico & surrounding area, whenever you needed anything the hotel or Kate was there for you. Now Leo, well what can I say, he kept everybody entertained everyday, he went round making conversation with you, he was also polite, friendly & funny, I cannot comment on the hotel at night has we always went into the centre, but I am sure it would have been good.. We never had any problems with the cleaning of the room, we had a great view, met new friends on either side of our room, The only downfall what we had is that the Air Con unit is in the living space & not in the bedroom. The Hotel is very near to all amenties & the taxis are round about 3 euros, the hotel has Happy Hour 3 times a day, which is good.
We went Self Catering but the hotel does snacks like pizza & toasties, A La Carte, BBQ a couple of times a week & a buffet,
All in all we had a luvley 2 weeks at the Revoli, & would definitely will come back
Thankyou Revoli to you & your team.More
CritterMan_10, Manchester, United Kingdom
Really great hotel
Just returned from this hotel after 1 week stay at the Revoli. We were in room 127, which is just above the childrens pool which was fine but can imagine, in high season could be quite noisy although you wouldn't be spending time in your room during the day! The hotel is very very clean and well maintained and the apartment was very spacious, ours was a 1 bedroom, very well equipped with toaster, kettle coffee maker etc. The staff are very friendly from cleaners to bar staff, one waiter Juan was very amusing, had everyone laughing with his antics. One minus is there are no matresses on the sun loungers which makes it very uncomfortable, we bought a lilo each then found out you can hire them from the life-guard for 2 euros per day and you get 1 euro back when you return them at the end of the day. The supermarket has a very good stock and you get 10% disount on your first purchases. The bar had a Happy hour from 2pm-3pm then 5pm-6pm then to our amazement from 8pm -12pm where you got two for one, which I think is excellent for a hotel, there is also entertainment every night. I would not recommend this hotel to people with walking difficulties as it is up a hill, although not as steep as some of the properties in Puerto Rico. Taxis cost 2.36 euros from town, which I again think is very good value for money. The price is displayed as soon as you get into the taxi so there is no confusion. All in all we had a super time and I would definitely recommend this hotel and would certainly pay a return visit.More
Lesley1950, Sunderland, United Kingdom
I visited from 21st to 28th of September. I visited with my husband, daughter, son in law and granddaughter. Previous to travelling I had read mixed reviews,not a good idea,
form your own. We had a lovely holiday in this complex from our arrival to departure we had nothing but praise for ALL the staff.The front of house staff were excellent, always welcoming and helpful.Kate, the holiday rep. was lovely, she gave us a wealth of knowledge of the island and gave me some local knowledge of restaurants etc. She was always very pleasant. Leo the entertainment manager was so good entertaining the guests with his entertainment programme , which was of a high quality, nightly. He did not push activities at you but allowed you to participate if you were comfortable. I loved his exuberance with his Christmas Show which included a snowman costume, surreal!!!!
I would not hesitate too recommend this resort for all ages, it was so clean with good apartments , great bar staff and an on site shop. It was so close to the beach, harbour etc.More
insalata, East Dunbartonshire
Average- expected better
Recently returned from a two week stay at the Revoli. We travelled as a couple. We were allocated a high floor room with a pool view which was as we requested. The check in procedure was quick and effective. On first impressions the room was spacious. The kitchen was well equipped and we were impressed with facilities including toaster, microwave, kettle. coffee maker and a spacious fridge/freezer. However all cutlery was seemingly dirty, and looked as though they hadn't been cleaned. The bathroom was poor, there was distinct mould surrounding the shower, and there was a gap which allowed substantial water to leak through onto the bathroom floor. Which was an issue every day. The bathroom wash basin unit was in a very poor condition, again with mould present. The main bedroom was again spacious with adequate wardrobe space. We were provided with two single beds, one of which was extremely unstable.
Standards of cleanliness from the maid in both our room and the corridors outside the room were fairly poor , and as a previous review had stated we question whether the corridor was cleaned at all during our stay.
The pool area was spacious with plenty of sunbeds, although these were incredibly uncomfortable and we were informed that we could purchase a cover at a cost per day. We were reluctant to pay for these as we felt they should be included in a hotel of this classification? Poolside entertainer Leo was good, kept everyone entertained throughout the day and during the evenings. Happy hour at the bar 3 times a day which is fantastic and a real plus for the hotel. We purchased the wifi which we were told we would be able to use in the room and round the pool; the signal was terrible unless you were in certain positions close to the pool area and I would not recommend purchasing this at a cost of 18 euros a week.
We thought the majority of the staff in the hotel were very friendly. The Thomson rep Kate was average at best, we went to see her about the standard of our room early on in the holiday but were told the hotel was very busy so a change in room was unlikely. She never really acknowledged us throughout the duration of our stay and seemed to offer excuses rather than solutions to problems.
Hotel in a great location for the resort centre and the beach. Prices in resort are really reasonable, and evening meals are priced around 10 euros pp in most places inclusive of a drink.
In summary we would return to this hotel , however we strongly believe that some improvements are needed in order to fulfil its potential.More
We have just come back from a really nice 2 week stay at the Revoli. The staff were all really lovely especially the bar/restaurant staff who always made a fuss of my little boy. Leo the entertainer was excellent my little one loved the mini disco every night. We went half board and was relatively happy with the food, we have stayed in higher rated hotels and have not been as happy and have eaten less! Not a huge choice but the food was quite good quality. The room was nice but the bed was uncomfortable. Shower was lovely. We were in room 229 and we had a good view of pool and the sea. The TV only has 7 channels only one of which is in English CNN. There is a 3 euro a day charge for more channels which I thought was pretty expensive. It would have been nice to have at least one free channel for the kids. The real problem that we found was the smoking, there are no smoking zones so people smoke all around the pools and entertainment areas. We felt outnumbered as non smokers and found it really horrible. The children's pool should definitely be a no smoking area. We would not return unless the smoking policy was changed.More