There’s lively entertainment at these apartments, which are just a short hop from the beach.
These whitewashed apartments overlook a lagoon pool and a smaller, children’s pool. There’s a buffet restaurant, and a cocktail bar that’s known for its regular happy hours.
The apartments are set into the hillside, overlooking the sea. It’s a 10-minute walk to the nearest beach, and to Puerto Rico’s shops, restaurants and bars.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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The sun terrace edges the pool and it's got plenty of space for topping up your tan with sunbeds and parasols dotted around.
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.
Thomson Kids' Club July and August
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.
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1-bedroom apartment with pool view
These modern 1-bedroom apartments with a pool 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.
These modern 3-bedroom apartments with their contemporary décor and furnishings can sleep up to eight. They come with a twin bedroom, two extra bedrooms, 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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Just back from a week in the revoli had a fantastic time from start to finish couldn't fault it staff were all helpful and Leo the entertainer was fantastic loved our Christmas water aerobicsððwould highly recommend the revoli see ye next year More
Generally Good Hotel!
Have just spent 2 weeks at this hotel. It is a great hotel in a good position within the resort - not too far from anything. There are hills and steps everywhere in Puerto Rico so you need to keep this in mind when walking anywhere. We stayed in a one bedroom apartment which had both pool and sea view. The room was modern with sufficient utensils etc for self catering and cleaned regularly with bed linen changed every other day. You can choose to keep your towels or have them changed by leaving them on the floor. The air conditioning is very good and you can adjust it to your own preferences (slow, fast, freezing or just cool). It isn't in the bed room but we found it wasn't necessary at night even with 35degree temps during the day the nights cooled to a comfortable level. The entertainer Leo is fantastic! Definitely get involved with the aerobics! Shows of an evening were ok but a bit samey but mostly followed by a quiz run by Leo which is fun to get involved with. Great 'happy hour' from 9pm to 12pm which helped of an evening. It can be a bit noisy of an evening so if you want an early night/morning lie in take your ear plugs. The pool and bar area is great and kept clean but and it is a bit BUT there are insufficient sun beds and umbrellas for high season. Our first week was fine up at 8am and able to get beds and umbrellas but second week we found that you needed to get up at 7am. We ended up at Amadores beach which is very good. We walked at first and it is a very nice walk which took about half an hour but soon realised it is well worth the 3.50euros in a taxi. 3 sun beds and an umbrella cost 15 euro for the day and there are lots of places to get lunch a long the front at very good prices (recommend Blue Beach) The only thing that spoiled my holiday was the people above us having blazing rows at 5am in the morning and moving their furniture about (scraping it a cross the floor) WHY! We were self catering so mostly bought our supplies from the hyperdino express which is just up the road a short walk. There are many many places to eat and too many to try and have a real favourite but we did go to the Pagoda Chinese a couple of times. There is also free wifi in many of the restaurants.More
flower702015, Orpington, United Kingdom
What's a great hotel the staff were amazing and the hotel was made by the entertainment Leo rocks and made the holiday would highly recommend. Very clean, fantastic food especially BBQ night very good shop and cheap drinks. Fully enclosed pool area with life guard so very safe for the kids you couldn't ask for more 10/10More
Spent a week in July here with husband, three children and parents. We had two one bedroomed apartments with pool views. The hotel is in a good position near bars, restaurants and beach. The pool area is nice, lovely warm pool, however a lot of the sunbeds are old and broken and in need of replacing. Leo the entertainer is an asset to the hotel and the Christmas aerobics was brilliant. The evening entertainment was ok, pretty standard. We made the error of booking on half board basis, the restaurant food was very basic with not much choice and had very much a canteen feel to it which was disappointing. Self catering would have been much better as the apartment was well equipt for breakfast and there are loads of restaurants nearby at reasonable prices. If you can request a room away from the games room as ours was right above it and the noice from the teenages went on well into the night. One night it was past midnight and we were sat on the balcony trying to enjoy a night cap and all we could hear was teenagers swearing and shouting and smashing glasses. We asked them to stop but just received lots of abuse. The next morning I reported it to the hotel manager and asked if the area could be policed on a night time, however he was not that interested. All in all it was an ok holiday but I would not return to this hotel or recommed it.More
Charly500, Sheffield, United Kingdom
Very nice as a whole
Me and my wife and 3 children.. 5/4/1 stayed here for two weeks self catering and I must say when I first arrived Thomson had sold me a dodgy balcony room with no view to the pool or sea which we wasn't told this in the shop, they said its sea and pool view!!!!!! so Thompson must of just wanted our money, anyway we went to see Kate our rep and she told us Thompson shop don't have a say in where we are in the hotel and we can't be moved now as fully booked, so not a good start!! Went back to our room and after a couple of hours we warned to the room and it was ok. The pool is a nice size but in our second week when kids broke up from school we struggled to get beds even near kids pool as people not even sun bathing all day would sling there towels on beds with umbrellas and go out for the day, ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ I must say that Leo the entertainer is good but can be bit cheesy sometimes, we found he would say the same things in the second week to people in the first, but was funny. The staff in this hotel are faultless such nice people. Even the CLEANERS!!!!! Which on all my holidays the cleaners are miserable! I must say the bar man inram I think his name was lovely, great with my children and with us, very nice man, I would probably go back to see him. True gent!!!Safe is a bit steep at a 28 euros for two weeks, bit pricey but need it I suppose, rooms don't come with iron hair dryer hand soap in the toilet. Air con is very cold and works very fast, we didn't really stay in the hotel much we went to amadores beach which is stunning!! A must walk. Don't eat on our beach as two cans of cola cost me 6 euro. All in all a nice family self catering holiday but remember be warned if you don't like walking as this resort isn't one for the faint hearted, I'm quite fit and even I struggled to walk up the slippery slope to the hotel after one or two beers hahaha, the food court down the hill is very nice just shame the touts trying to win you in rather than making your own mind up, bit annoying after a while, all in all very satisfied with the revoli hotel, will def return in the future!!!!!!More
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