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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Stayed here at the end of June 2015. Great place to stay and would go back. Katy the Thomson rep is brilliant, so helpful and friendly. Also Leo the entertainment guy is great to. Room was really clean, pool area was good and my son really enjoyed the kids club. If I had to think of one bad thing it could only be the whole towels on sunbeds. The hotel does state that any towels on beds before 9am will be removed, but this isn't done so by 9am most beds have towels on which is a bit annoying. Other then that great holiday and would definitely go back. Great for families. More
gemstarxx, London, United Kingdom
Better than average
Currently on the last few days of our fortnight break. This is our second time at the Revoli and slightly underwhelmed at the progress made from last time. We came when the hotel had just been refurbished and it was very good value for money perhaps to entice people in. This time around we opted to pay the extra money to stay here as we tried another hotel further up the other side of the valley and it was a nightmare getting up and down. The revoli is situated perfectly only one level up the hill and ideally positioned between the beach/marina and the shopping/food centre. A taxi back up on nights is less than â¬3. The staff are friendly, entertainment is a bit better than average with bingo/quiz/darts/aqua aerobics and water polo at the poolside through the day every day(that we seen) and the rooms are a reasonable size and cleaned 5 times a week. Onsite supermarket also very handy. The restaurant is ok for a toastie at lunch but would certainly head into Puerto Rico for evening meals. However, for a 4 star hotel and the extra money you pay - the hotel is still a bit "no frills" for me, with everything that will enhance your stay coming at a price. Wifi-â¬18 for a week, the level of wifi signal is poor, if it was free it would be hard to complain but as you have to pay for it you would expect it to be much better. We are in room 504, at the far end of the building and the floor 5 signal is awful. Had to connect to level 6 but only by holding our phones up to the roof. Hairdryer, iron and board are all rent charged. Sunbeds are extremely old and uncomfortable plastic. It costs â¬2 per day to rent a pair of cushions for these. For me these are things you expect to see in a 3 star hotel, the extra price of a 4star should encompass these little extras. Revoli is a very good 3 / 3 and a half star hotel and we would definitely return again, at the right price. Also - be sure to ask for a pool view and not an ocean view as the rooms at the far end(low numbers) face the ocean and also a road that at times is very busy/noisy.More
'Great Holiday 2015
What a great hotel. I was here with my husband and my two teenagers, who had a ball. Room big enough for the 4 of us, spotless clean , a credit to all the cleaners. Beautiful views from our balcony. All the staff were so polite and welcoming, a great atmosphere all around. Pool a great size and another small one for toddlers. No problem getting a sunbed with an umbrella. Less then 10 minute walk down hill to restaurants and bars, with plenty to choose from. We went there most nights. Did eat in the hotel for lunch a couple of times and the snack bar food was lovely. We booked a couple of excursions through the Thompson reps. One was the yellow submarine and the other was the 4x4 safari, not for the faint hearted, but would recommend both! Went to the beach one afternoon, about 15 minutes walk , lovely beach where you can rent umbrellas and beds. I have left the best till last and it is LEO, the hotel entertainer. Such a great person who certainly knows his job. Best one man band that I have ever experienced on holidays. He added big time to the enjoyment of our holiday, he made time for everybody that was at the hotel. Don't know where he gets his energy from with his water aerobics, darts,golf,waterpolo, killerpool , quizzes , bingo Ect. We loved the Christmas aerobics, he even dressed up as a Christmas cracker and that evening we had a Christmas sing song. Leo is an asset to the hotel. Would not normally go back to the same place twice as we like to try somewhere new but see you all next year at the revoli.More
Maria T, dublin, Ireland
We stayed at Rivoli for 2 weeks. It is a lovely hotel and very friendly staff. The downs were the fact that there are no hairdryers but you can rent one from reception. You also have to rent your own umbrellas. Soap and shower gels are not provided. WiFi costs 18â¬ for 7 days but the connection is really bad due to the hotel being so big. Our microwave was broken so we couldn't warm up our food or have any microwave meals since we were on a self catering basis. Otherwise our towels were changed everyday, our sheets were changed every second day but our blankets weren't changed even once during the whole 2 weeks that we stayed there. Even though we were on a self catering basis, we did go down to have dinner twice in the hotel and unfortunately the food wasn't anything special. Everything is really close by although there's quite a few steep hills you have to walk up back to the hotel. We really enjoyed our stay and we would probably visit again.More
What a brill hotel there was 4 of us that stayed here my son and gf stayed in another apartments and my son and his gf could have there meal in here for 10 euros each the entertainment was great Leo is a star and the bar staff great with kids all the staff where great looking to book this hotel again it only a short walk down to the centre and 3 euros in a taxi to get back to. The bar at night has a happy hour from 9 till 12 which is brill 2buds for 3.50 euros I would defo recommend this hotel we had a brill time so well done to that hotel xMore
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