Barcelo Corralejo Bay
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Atlantis Palace Hotel - muy bueno!
Can I say - my partner and I have just arrived back in London after spending a week at the Atlantis Palace and agree with the high ratings given to this hotel by the other reviewers. The room, food, service was excellent and the hotel seems more relaxed than the Atlantis Bahia Real (5*) hotel further down the road. This together with temperatures of nearly 80 degrees (and the availability of champagne for breakfast each morning) made this a relaxing break! I would certainly recommend this place - with the grey skies today - I miss the pool already!
Wonderful, best ever.
Stayed here for 7 days Feb 2004. This was the best place we have ever stayed. It was wonderful. The food and accomodation were exceptional. The staff were wonderful, in fact every thing was wonderful.
There was entertainment every night of a very high standard.
We are considering going back next year perhaps April. It has spoilt us and I don't think we'll ever find better. It is more like a 5 star in some ways but more relaxed.
My boyfriend and I have just returned from a fantastic week long stay at this hotel which we found at the last minute on teletext!
The staff on the reception could not have been more helpful and the rooms are large and were always kept spotlessly clean.
The poolside area is lovely and we always found there to be free sun loungers. The food is of a high standard and there is always plently of choice.
It is a just a short hop across the street to a lovely small beach and the town of corralejo is only a short walk away and a great place to have a drink in the evening on the waterfront.
We made use of the free hotel bus service to the sand dunes and would definately recommend this as a relaxing way to spend the day.
We also got the ferry over to Lanzarote and did went quad biking all of which they can arrange for you at the hotel.
All in all a wonderful relaxing holiday at a fantastic hotel, we would definately return!
Excellent hotell *****
On arriving at Atlantis Palace we knew we had come to the right place. Excellent decor and friendly service, meant that we had the best holiday yet. so good, infact, we visit the hotel every year and each time it just gets better and better. with exciting daily entertainment and a great choice of food and drink, Atlantis is the place for families and couples alike. the only problem with the hotel is that we couldnt stay long enough!
Just returned from the Atlantis Palace. Excellent hotel. All the hotel facilities are superb-use the spa; it's well worth it. Food was very good. A few tables are set out on the patio area for breakfast; try this, it's lovely. Room was very clean and well equipped. Poolside grill is fab and good value for money. Evening entertainment is a bit hit and miss and rooms facing the town get late night noise from the bars on the high street but this does not detract from a truly enjoyable stay. 4* rating is accurate as the food/drink is very good but not quite 5*. Very very nice place.
Returned to the UK from the Atlantis Palace on Monday - It was the perfect tonic for the so called UK summer.
The hotel is excellent, very relaxed, peaceful and clean. The food is outstanding, some buffet style - all fresh and of a very high quality and there is also a grill with steaks etc cooked whilst you wait.
Despite being on a package holiday where twin beds are the norm the hotel fulfilled my email request for a double bed which was great too.
I agree with other reviews, the hotel is virtually a 5 star.
Worth every penny of the extra £100 versus other hotels offered by package operators.
Stayed at Atlantis Palace September,2003.
Had the most relaxing holiday.
Found the staff very helpful. All areas of the Hotel clean.
Varied menues and enjoyed having different fish, meet eggs cooked in front of you just as you wanted it cooked.
Enjoyed the holiday so much that Booked holiday for 2004, the week after our return,
Fantastic Hotel but...........
This hotel could easily rate 5* if it were not for the 3* menu and 2* wine list. Staff were freindly and the room was very attractive although beds a little hard, maid kept the room and bathroom exceptionally clean with several changes of bedding through the week and clean towels every day. The architectural layout of the hotel creates a calm and relaxing atmosphere and the pool area is a real oasis and has been exceptionally planned out. The hotel is in a good location for all the town and beach amenities. Would certainly stay there again (but probably only on B&B basis) There is a wide range of menu choice but much typical package holiday and please please improve the wine list not everone likes Spanish wine (sorry!)
Very Relaxing and Peaceful
Quite excellent. My wife and I went there at short notice and were very impressed. It was a most pleasant and relaxing stay. Extremely friendly staff, excellent food, lovely pool and garden area. The grilled prawns at the poolside restaurant for lunch are a must. The 'tropical gardens' in the corridor areas to the rooms are quite amazing. Cleanliness, quite immaculate. A pleasant short stroll to the shopping area of the town. Just one criticism - why was it not built on the sea shore rather than a street inland - not that it really matters.
Simply the best
This is probably the best hotel I have ever stayed in on the Med. It far outshines its 4* status. The food is excellent (cooked in front of you), the public spaces and the rooms beautifully decorated and scrupulously clean. Near enough to the centre yet exceptionally quiet at night.
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... they are brilliant, my son had the time of his life and even got a certificate for best driver of the day.
The weather was lovely and the people friendly. We both had a great time.
(sorry these reviews are short, I'm running out of steam and just want to get started on the main article)
I decided a night in Puerto del Rosario might be good for a change of scene and I had an early flight in the morning. I probably should have listened more to what I'd been told, it's more industrial and not so enjoyable. Still it was a transit stop that helped me get to the airport in plenty of time, the bus being much more efficient than I'd expected.
Landing at the airport I quickly found that they only had one ATM and it was out of order and there was nowhere to exchange cash. So rather than getting the bus I was lumped with a taxi.
It was a small bump in what was a chilled five days in the little town of Corralejo in the north of Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands. It's a kiteboarding and surfing paradise so not quite my cup of tea but I really enjoyed the laid back vibe ...
... for the return bus, so find a spot in the sun and a necessary chocolate brownie/birthday cake. The bus driver tells us how the law states that no high-rise buildings can be built in Lanzarote, except for one, a 17-story 5 star hotel on the beach front (built when the mayor was out of town).
This afternoon we made our own sangria concoction, composed of a cheap bottle of rioja, cask of pre-mixed sangria ...
Friday 6th June
Today we are jetting off into the sun, for a long weekend getaway for my birthday. We're leaving a surprisingly warm Edinburgh, which is fortunate because the walk to the tram is in t-shirts and jandals - yes, we are flying Ryan Air for the first time, and hand luggage is sparse. It was a slow start to the morning after a night out with the Edinburgh crew lastnight. To get into the Spanish theme, cousin Cheryl dared Kev to drink a jalapeno cocktail - ...