Relaxation is the ticket at the Protur Roquetas Hotel and Spa, where a laid-back pool scene and a beachfront setting come as standard.
The long lazy river, hot tub suites, and top-of-the-range spa are just some of the reasons TripAdvisor reviewers have awarded this place a Certificate of Excellence for 2013.
As well as its own trio of restaurants, this hotel has the eating and drinking holes of Roquetas De Mar right on its doorstep.
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Food & Drink
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Buffet and 2 speciality dinner restaurants. Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 11.00-24.00 and minibar with water and soft drinks Snacks 11.00-18.30, afternoon coffee and cakes and ice-cream.
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This pool comes with hydro-massage beds, water jets, and a section where you can swim against the current, plus a sun terrace laced with sunbeds and parasols for those who want to relax.
You'll find local and international cuisine with show cooking on offer here. Gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers in the evening.
There's a hydrothermal circuit offering hydro massage loungers, whirlpool baths, neck water jets and relaxation areas. If you stay four or more nights you can have unlimited Spa circuits free of charge.
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double family room
These double family rooms with their cream walls and warm terracotta soft furnishings can sleep up to four. They come with two double beds, plus a minibar at a charge.
double room with cot space
These double rooms come with cream walls and warm terracotta soft furnishings. They sleep two with a cot space. There's a minibar at a charge.
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Special Birthday Holiday
My husband, myself and teenage daughter visited this hotel for a week at the end of October 2014. It was the hotel's last week and UK Half term time. It was a "special" birthday for me, so we booked one of the top floors suites with hot tub and we were not at all disappointed! It was well worth the extra cost, as the room was extremely spacious, luxurious with a sea view and fabulous hot tub! The hotel also sent up an AMAZING chocolate cake to our room on my birthday, although we had not notified them in advance, nice touch. All the staff at this hotel were polite and helpful, the hotel was spotless clean and the pools were wonderful (although the water was cold, but it was October!) We never had to fight for a sunbed, although I would imagine it would be busy in peak weeks (but isn't everywhere then?). The food was plentiful and tasty, but a bit samey. We stayed a week, would find it boring food-wise for any longer. The snack bar had an excellent range of hot snack foods at lunchtime which was a nice change from the main restaurant. Although there was a LOT of flies around, which were worse around the outdoor eating area. Entertainment was a bit hit and miss, some acts really good, others really poor but at least there was some variation, unlike many AI where they just have kiddies disco or bingo! The Protur entertainment team works really hard day and night, and are very friendly and not at all pushy. We had great fun joining in the daytime activities although I think I won the prize for the worst at Archery EVER at the Protur :-) Alcohol was a very high standard, as were mixers. Many AI's have poor standard of soft and alcoholic drinks but the Protur's standards are excellent, cocktails very good and Brandy in Hot chocolate before bed became a favourite of ours. Location, well, it suited us as we like laid back resorts. There are some nice gift shops and cafes near the hotel, although some had closed for the season. The walk along the promenade outside the hotel is lovely and you can walk for miles, all on flat even ground. It is a fair distance to Roquetes itself, and we didn't walk it, but there are buses regularly from near to the hotel and bikes for the whole family (all in one family bikes) which can be hired from just opposite the hotel so there are many ways to get into the centre if you wanted. The beach is a bit shingly, but not too bad, goes on for miles and looks very pretty. There was a lovely, friendly feel about this hotel and we made friends with quite a few other families who were there at the same time. The whole ambiance of the hotel was so relaxed and everyone we spoke to said they felt the same, that it was a lovely atmosphere to the place that made you chill out and enjoy the holiday so much. We never return to a hotel twice, as there is a big world to explore, but I think the Protur Roquetas will see us again sometimeMore
Daffodil64, Pontypool, United Kingdom
We loved the hotel food excellent good choice for all,drinks went down very well staff nice and friendly,loved the lazy river could not fault anything about hotel felt very spoilt.Can't comment on evening entertainment as ate later then out for evening stroll..We visited sept 2014..More
I'm mid sixties, this hotel is brilliant. Under 40 years of age I might have struggled. If you want good food in pleasant surroundings followed by drinks with friendly staff and good company in different bars then you are in the promised land. In mid September we had on the whole great weather, but met great people and had a great time. If you want fine dining forget it , the food is 7/10 but everything else is 9. The time of year we were there the weather was better than I had expected, so I would definitely use Protur again.More
Stuart R, Rotherham, United Kingdom
Really Lovely Stay
We visited here in August 2014 but have only just got round to reviewing it! We visited this area and this hotel in particular because we had previously read excellent reviews of the hotel and we understood that this area is relatively unspoilt and still quite authentic. We were not disappointed with either. The hotel made us very welcome from the start and had organized a room that exactly fitted our requests when we emailed prior to our trip. There was a large queue checking in but it was dealt with very efficiently and we were offered a cold drink whilst we waited . The hotel was immaculately clean and beautifully decorated and our room did not disappoint. It was extremely comfortable with a nice fully equipped bathroom and a fridge containing soft drinks which were replenished daily. The management of the hotel was impeccable; both assistant manager and manager were always around to offer help and advice but in a very discreet way. The food was plentiful and varied and in my opinion of a very good standard indeed. It did become a little repetative at times but this is path of the course when staying all inclusive. The breakfasts were consistantly good with a wide range of bread, fruit, meats, cheeses and cereals. We spent quite a lot of time enjoying the surrounding beaches which were amazingly quiet given that the time of the year was August. We also hired bikes from a local dealer across the road and we were able to cycle for miles either way along the promenade along the cycle paths provided. The beaches were beautifully clean. This is an area where suprisingly little English is spoken and where the majority of tourists are Spanish. This is what we loved about it. If you wished to escape from the hotel buffet then there were lots of little tapas bars around offering authentic Spanish cuisine. A lot of our evenings were spent around the piano bar; just relaxing and chatting with other guests and enjoying the all inclusive drinks which were of a very high standard. We tended to avoid the crowded area around the entertainment stage but could appreciate that for some people this was an enjoyable part of the evening. As we were a party of adults and teenagers this was not for us. I would highly recommend this hotel and the area but only if you are not looking for a little England abroad sort of holiday and only if you are prepared to make an effort to learn a little Spanish along the way. We thought the staff were exceptionally helpful and friendly and they made a huge effort to make our holiday a very special one. We will certainly come back soon.More
Going back next year for the third time!
Ok its not a 5-star by UK standards but for value for money you wont beat the All-inclusive Protur Roquetas de Mar. We have just booked up for our third visit early next October. Check in seems quite hectic as 4 Thomson coaches pull up together but the staff cope really well and you will soon be in your room. Rooms are spotless and include a free safe and free minibar (soft drinks only) which is restocked daily, The food in the main restaurant (buffet style with a show cooking section if you want it) is excellent with plenty of variety as is the food at the pool bar. There are 2 al la carte restaurants (need to book) but to be honest they are poor so after trying them we just stuck to the main restaurant. Drinks on the all-inclusive include most premium spirits (Smirnov, Gordons, Ron, Ballantynes, Baileys etc). Some (Jack Daniels, Courvoisier) have a small charge if you want them. The pool is lovely with a lazy river and if you have kids theres a newly built childrens mini waterpark. The nice beach is on the door step. If you fancy a trip out there is a local bus stop 2 minutes from the hotel into Roquetas town or Almeria. Thomsons do an excursion to the Alhambra Palace in Granada if thats your sort of thing. Opposite the Hotel there are a number of bars tapas/restaurants if you want a break from the all inclusive. Bar Estampa, opposite hotel to the left is run by a friendly couple from Sheffield and they show footie games on TV. The entertainment is a let down. Its repeated each week so if you stay for 2 weeks you might see 2 or 3 good shows. If this improved I might give it 5 stars. We paid Â£770 pp All inclusive for the first two weeks in October with Manchester flights and having been twice before to this hotel I would say that was a bargain!More
JeffreyBobbles, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
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