This hotel lays on plenty for children, including a splash pool and a Thomson Kids’ Club. It’s right by the beach, too.
This place is just a stone’s throw from a golden sandy beach. And the shops and restaurants are a 5-minute walk away.
The main pool gets lots of attention here - it’s big enough for lengths. Children get a Thomson Kids’ Club, too. And the buffet restaurant takes care of meals.
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Full Board meals. Local alcoholic beverages and soft drinks 11.00-23.00 - restrictions apply. Afternoon tea 17.00-18.00, sandwiches and ice-cream 11.00-13.00 and 16.00-18.00.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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With a section for the older children.
Thomson Kids' Club
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. And outside of peak season, there are parent and toddler sessions 3 days a week, too. 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.
Children's pool and splash park
Full of colourful play equipment and fountains for the little ones.
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a let down
if you have no children then this is not the hotel for you we have just returned after 14 nights at the hotel victoria if we could have come home sooner then we would have we have been round the world but never seen as many children as at the victoriv playa the hotel is for familys and not for couples the hotel was great the staff fantic but the bar closed at 11am you had to pay for a safe fridge kettle and towels if you stay do not have a room 200 or you will have to listen to delivery vans hgvs and refuge vehicles coming and going loud as it is the staff enterance the noise is some what asstated if you are a couple this is not the hotel for you george and carole +More
george w, Salford, United Kingdom
I've just returned today after a weeks holiday at the Victoria playa, I have to say the entertainment team are absolutely amazing for both children and adults, all the reps are amazing, especially Kung fu Kate, shut up shanease and loopy lew, they were the reps I spent the most time with but I know my brother went to kids club and said the staff were great like action sam, the area is great aswell, a supermarket and gift shops are a minute walk, round the pool, there's a lovely grass area where we spent most of the time because then you could move to the shade or in the sun, the bar staff were also lovely and spoke good English. The down side to the hotel was the food, there was not a great range or nothing for vegetarians as it was all meat, I seemed to live on chips and pasta as there was nothing to eat as personally im a fussy eater, my brother one day did pick up a moldy roll but luckly he checked before he ate and there were also a few times we found undercooked meat. Apart from the food, this hotel is an fantastic place and I would recommend as a great family hotel xMore
Expensive to go but still lovely
Firstly amazing weather Staff great Not much to do outside hotel. Good food Great all inclusive help your self to wines / beer / sangria / soft drinks ice lemon / lime The day time snacks are rubbish but you can just wait for lunch 1.-2.30 Kids entertainment you literally cannot fault the Thompson reps are fantastic . Wish we could of had the chance to walk to son boo or the caves but couldn't ask we had a buggy . I do think we paid a lot of money for the holiday I thought we would of got something a little more up class but you don't it is a basic 3 star . No gym, spa , tennis courts . And the sun beds are rubbish . But apart from that lovely people , weather and prefect break . More
Just returned from the Victoria Playa on the 4th July 2014 and found our stay very relaxing. We were worried from some recent reviews but were very pleased with the hotel. The staff at the hotel were lovely and very helpful especially the bar man in the inside bar. The food was very good but there was not a huge selection but enough. The only criticism would be there were no hairdryers in the room but overall a very good holiday. We found the hotel very clean.More
Theresa W, Plymouth, United Kingdom
We have just returned from 10 days at this hotel. This was the first abroad holiday that we have taken our children on, they are 2 and 4. There was 7 of us in total with grandparents. It was amazing. The hotel was spotless, towels and bedding changed every day. I was a bit concerned about the food being buffet style, I wondered if there would be flies everywhere - not a fly in sight. The staff even constantly changed the serving spoons for clean ones. There was not much choice for the childrens buffet, it was chips with wither fish fingers or chicken nuggetts but there was plenty they could eat off the adults selection. The pools were great, there is a splash one for the small children, which had things that splashed water, which my daughter did not like but my son enjoyed after a while. The other pools were great too. The reps were outstanding, made everyone feel welcome but did not pressurise anyone to join in. They really seemed to be enjoying it and did so much with the kids. And whoever is Thomson The Dog deserves a medal, in that heat and having kids climbing all over him. But really spent a lot of time with the kids - he was even walking back from one of his meet and greets and scooped up my daughter which she loved - way above and beyond his duty! Our only negative is that the coffee machines got turned off in the restaurant after breakfast so when we had lunch and dinner we had to go to a different bar for a cup of tea or coffee - this bothered my husband, it wasn't a problem for me. My other negative is that my mattress was really hard, I kept waking up with a bad back. My husband swapped with me as his seemed to be softer so I slept better. As the problem got sorted I didn't report it so I dont know what they would have done. Am amazing holiday and I would go back again.More
Emma G, Weymouth, United Kingdom
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