WHAT MAKES ROBINSON?
You’ll spend your holiday in scenic surroundings at a Robinson Club. They’re all in sought-after, handpicked spots – whether it’s next to the beach, near a nature reserve or by a top golf course. Plus, there are special relaxation zones throughout.
A VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES
With over 50 weekly activity classes that cover everything from sports to cookery and art, there's enough to keep the whole family entertained at Robinson Clubs. Get active with tennis, work out with WellFit® sessions, or hit the water for scuba diving.
LOCALLY SOURCED FOOD
Robinson Club restaurants set you up for spending quality time as a family, over a selection of food that’s healthy and tasty in equal measure. You can expect buffets with an ever-changing menu, WellFood® stations and a range of à la carte eateries.
Each Robinson Club is hosted by a dedicated team of Robins, who pride themselves on offering high-quality service around-the-clock. This includes everyone, from the chefs and childcare specialists to the sports instructors and spa therapists.
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Sports and activities to suit youRobinson resorts offer around 70 activity classes every week, all using state-of-the-art equipment. Pair a morning of sailing, surfing or scuba diving with afternoons dipping in the pool, sauna or treating yourself to a spa treatment. And tomorrow? Tee off on a championship golf course before a Sling Athletics class in the gym or a game of tennis. There’s even cookery and art sessions for a change of pace.
Time to relax in picture-perfect locationsLagoons teeming with wildlife, unspoilt beaches and coral-filled waters – Robinson resorts are all beautiful, spacious and are designed to protect the natural habitat. Select from a Portuguese village bordering a nature reserve, a Moroccan palace opening out onto the sands or a honey-toned hotel that hems both the desert and Red Sea. Just three of the many wide open places that Robinson calls home.
Fresh, wholesome and delicious foodAfter a day of trying out exciting sports and new activities, come back together with family and friends over an ever-changing menu of locally-sourced food in the buffet restaurant. You can also opt to eat in one of the à la carte eateries or visit the WellFood® Station that serves up nutritious food designed to give you a boost of energy.
Spotlight on Esquinzo PlayaROBINSON Club Esquinzo Playa spreads over a hillside on the peaceful south coast of Fuerteventura, in between a honey-coloured beach and a sprawling nature reserve. It’s a big hit with watersports enthusiasts, thanks to the catamaran sailing, wind-surfing and kite-surfing facilities that are all an offer. There’s plenty to do on dry land, too, from tennis to trademark Robinson fitness classes – like Hot Iron® or XCO®. When it comes to winding down, you can relax by one of the five pools, or treat yourself to a massage within earshot of the ocean. Dining is covered by fresh, locally-sourced produce and energy-boosting WellFood® at the buffet, along with a tapas bar and a fine-dining restaurant.
PICTURE-PERFECT SETTINGSYou’ll spend your holiday in scenic surroundings at a Robinson Club. They’re all in sought-after, handpicked spots – whether it’s next to the beach, near a nature reserve or by a top golf course. Plus, there are special relaxation zones throughout.
A VARIETY OF ACTIVITIESWith over 50 weekly activity classes that cover everything from sports to cookery and art, there's enough to keep the whole family entertained at Robinson Clubs. Get active with tennis, work out with WellFit® sessions, or hit the water for scuba diving.
LOCALLY SOURCED FOODRobinson Club restaurants set you up for spending quality time as a family, over a selection of food that’s healthy and tasty in equal measure. You can expect buffets with an ever-changing menu, WellFood® stations and a range of à la carte eateries.
EXPERT SERVICEEach Robinson Club is hosted by a dedicated team of Robins, who pride themselves on offering high-quality service around-the-clock. This includes everyone, from the chefs and childcare specialists to the sports instructors and spa therapists.
EVER-CHANGING BUFFETSNo two meals are the same at the buffet restaurants. Tuck into an ever-changing selection of locally sourced food, while catching up with family and friends after a day trying out the sports and activities.
TASTY, BALANCED MEALSThe WellFood® concept makes it easy to enjoy delicious food without worrying about your waistline. Wholesome, nutritious dishes, like beef fillet with wild rice and red pesto, give you a boost of energy.
A LA CARTE RESTAURANTSEach club comes with a couple of restaurants that bring something new to the table. Think authentic pizza and pasta at an Italian-inspired trattoria, or tasty Spanish-style nibbles at a tapas bar.
If you like watersports...
Have been here 7 or 8 times. Club is ok but dont go there for sailing and surfing. The staff of the watersports shack is totally demotivated and tries to avoid client contact and any service efforts. Far from the levels of e.g robinson daidalos or pamfylia... hotel is good for kids entertainment. We might not go again but ratherbook a 5 star hotelwith professional watersports extra. The club doesnt quite live up to robinson expectations anymore.
A very pleasant hotel
I have just spent 2 weeks at this hotel and must say that it is probably the best all inclusive resort that I have stayed at The food was exceptional - a huge choice with something to please everyone at each meal - well done to the head chef - you are doing an excellent job Although check in was not a very pleasant experience due to the receptionist not being able to speak English and then a 15 minute wait to get somebody to take me to my room from then onwards I enjoyed every minute and found most staff were able to communicate to some degree and most very much better than I am able to speak Turkish The room was well appointed and the safe was free of charge - a wonderful king size bed was the cherry on the top. There is no bath in the bathroom but I prefer a shower anyway so this was not an issue for me The beach is magnificent - sandy and a lovely warn sea and plenty of beach beds available My problems lay with Thomsons rather than the hotel with things not being arranged as planned but that is a separate issue that I will take up with them The only reason that I would not stay here again is due to the location - I like to be able to walk into the local town or take a dolmus and here that is not possible and with taxis charging £18.00 return into Belek it just felt like a total rip off
A confused hotel
Arrived at the hotel at midnight on a Friday. Left our luggage and went down to the bar for a drink before bed. Although I had read the reviews I was still quite surprised to find pumping club music and 4 women gyrating on podiums with poles. Went to bed thinking we were not in the hotel as advertised. Woke up in a lovely room and went down to breakfast at a completely different place. As mentioned in other posts it was not always easy to get a table in the restaurant, A situation that wasn't made any easier during the week when the hotel got quieter and so some of the seating was sectioned off, which meant there still wasn't enough seating sometimes. There was one very quiet part of the restaurant that was always empty - the wine balcony. To sit here you had to purchase a bottle of wine and somehow this felt like the hotel was forcing you to pay to guarantee a seat in the restaurant. There was always a great choice of well cooked food and we never struggled to have a good meal, just a seat. There are a few other places to eat with one, Yakamoz, serving Turkish food and included in your stay. We ate there a few times and it was much calmer, The other restaurants are at a cost of 29Euro each so we didn't bother. The hotel has plenty of pools, including an adult one, and we always find somewhere nice to sit and there are plenty of umbrellas about. The fitness classes are very good although often the instructors forget that there are people in the class that don't speak German. The weekends were a lot busier than the week with lots of Turkish guests which did cause a few problems as they seem to expect the staff to serve them before anyone else. The entertainment was very varied from a couple of good shows to the club music and podium dancing which seems quite out of keeping with the family orientation of the hotel Overall a good hotel that with a few changes could be a very good hotel.
MR Salih Bağdatlı
I've finished my holiday at masmavi. The way I rate this resort is Rooms ***** Room service * ( room service was very poor I had a coffee left the dirty cup on the desk when I come back to my room there was a coffee stain in the sink so I assume they rinse the cup and put it back. I wasn't very happy to have a question mark in my mind. ) Beach ***** beatiful sandy beach. Pools ***** very clean Bar *** place like Robinson should have all the drinks inclusive its bit annoying to pay money at the bar. Restaurant ********** ten stars for restaurants for excellent food I've been many resorts never ate such a quality meals. Thanks a lot the chefs. Would I come back? for food yes , for rest I can find better places similar price.
Looking for nothing more....
We've had a handful of family holidays to Belek. Same sort of thing 5 star all inclusive, and before going I read the reviews of this place on here and on German website and was worried we'd made a huge and terrible mistake. Well we didn't. This time travelled with only the toddler and the Mrs and we were well impressed. Smaller than the average hotel for the resort, better quality and clean. Where do I start - Swim up room twice the size of our bedroom at home. It was clean, well appointed and all towels including beach ones were provided. We had to eat in our room one night due to toddler falling fast asleep and no problem at all taking food there. We had a Lagoon room in Masmavi and it was more than we could have hoped for. The food - for mass dining the best we've had. Thought had gone into these dishes and they were served with a little more love than the standard hotel. Waiting staff could have been more plentiful, but I'm being picky. We dined at three other restaurants. The seafood one had outstanding views, gourmet standard food and wine at circa 22 Euros a bottle was not a rip off. They looked after the kid and us beautifully. I'd have paid £150 for this in the UK and not thought twice about it. Tepenyaki, good not the usual showmanship but solid food well presented and a lovely atmosphere in the place. Turkish was a freebie and was well worth it with live Turkish music the night we went. The beach bar great for lunch and the choice of three pizzas at the chill out bar adequate if you ever got peckish after 2pm at the beach. Really really good... If you think I'm being sycophantic here go read my review of Jaz in Hurghada! Predominantly German clientele and high standards to go with that too. Used the kids club - great standard of care though could mix up the programme a bit. Look I loved this place and would go again.....
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