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.
Soft pastels and large floor to ceiling windows give these 1-bedroom apartments a bright and airy feel. There's a lounge, kitchenette, satellite TV and air-conditioning. There's also a terrace offering outside space. These apartments sleep 4 with 1 extra bed and 1 child bed in the lounge.
Soft pastels and large floor to ceiling windows give these 1-bedroom sea-view apartments a bright and airy feel. There's a lounge, kitchenette, satellite TV and air-conditioning. There's also a balcony offering outside space. These apartments sleep 4 with 1 extra bed and 1 child bed in the lounge.
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Had an amazing holiday here with my partner we are returning again as loved it so much :-) and as are the couple we met on this holiday to we both agreed a brilliant hotel and holiday not far from the beach and restaurants and shops and bus stop closeMore
Every enjoyable week
Had a very relaxing week in this complex, couldn't, fault it.
Great big apartment and balcony. Very clean and spacious
Definitely recommend it, would go
again, staff friendly and efficient
Walk from the resort a bit steep, but good to walk off the foodMore
Kevin M, 186470
The Usual Treat
It was the first time we have stayed in the Revoli but probably won't be the last. Our first room was facing the infamous wall so we payed a little extra to be given a room with a superb view, no trouble at all. We didnt really use the Hotel on a night so can't give an opinion on the entertainment or food, prefering to eat in the local resteraunts which were very good if maybe a little samey. Staff were very freindly and nothing was too much trouble. The WiFi is rubbish and really needs looking at.
A tip for your stay is to hire a car for a few days and see the interior of the island, stunning place.More
Enjoyed a 2 weeks stay, good location. Rooms were ok, our shower blocked every time one of the kids showered but soon realised not to put it on full! Maids were brilliant, cleaned the apartments and even washed up! Weather let us down. I though the Canaries were hot in August but it rained 4 days :(
Had 2 apartments next to each other, initially not particularly happy that our view was a brick wall but after realising this was the quietest part of the resort, silently pleased. Restaurant is good value and quality. BBQ nights are good!
It was a little rowdy for young kids and I found the shopping centre quite expensive but then in their defence, were used to Egypt / Turkey prices.
All in all a good stay. More
Nice hotel, but needs refurbishing.
Stayed two weeks covering X-mas and New Year's eve both this and previous year. Nice hotel well situated in Puerto Rico.
We faced ants in the kitchen section and in the bathroom upon arrival, as we did last year. It was reported to reception, and the problem seemed to be reduced/disappeared.
Sewage system has not capacity to take away water from the shower. We observed this problem in another apartment on our first visit, and I see this reported in another review. The Revoli should do something with this.
General impression of hotel is that it is somewhat worn and needs refurbishing.
What the hotel really should do something about is access to internet. In 2015/2016 access to reliable internet in your apartment is a must, and it should be free. At the Revoli you have to pay â¬ 18 for a week for a Wifi of extremely poor, varying quality. This is simply not good enough.
The same goes for TV. The hotel's information says that satellite TV is avaible with a fee - today it should be free. With so many Norwegian guests the Revoli should have Norwegian channels available (for free), but I did not find any when I tried to find out of the TV.
The hotel lists Hairdresser among its facilities. We did not find him this year - only a closed door and grey curtains behind the windows.
We prefer not to use the all inclusive alternative. We enjoyed our brunches at the pool bar, very good food served by very nice waiters.
A question at the end: Why was there no fireworks at the hotel at midnight on New Year's eve? The one we enjoyed there last year was amazing.More