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Sunday 8th June
Feliz Cumpleaņos a mi and its a warm 28 degree day! Nursing a sangria hangover we have a delicious cooked breakfast before jumping on the 9am bus from Playa Bastian to the inland Teguise markets - the oldest in Lanzarote. Here we find 100's of stalls selling everything from toe rings and cactus muffins to 'genuine' fake handbags. After half an hour we've seen most of it but have another 2.5 ...
... with a welcoming pool and a complementary bottle of wine. Sitting on the deck for our first dinner of Spanish meats, cheeses and fresh bread, we soak up the last few rays of the day.
Saturday 7th June
Beach day! After a lovely lie in, we walk the coastal route from Playa Bastian to Playa de Las Cucharas where we find ourselves, conveniently, at a beach-side bar. The BEST piņa colada I've ever had! We spend a very lazy afternoon sunbathing, swimming and ...
... way up to the changing tent and fenced on either side. We were lucky enough to get a spot right on the fence. Then all we could do was wait for the competitors to finish their 2.4 mile swims. The first guy came out around 47 minutes or something. A few more pros staggered out shortly after and then they groups started getting bigger and bigger. We were right by the area where they racers would run under a ton of shower faucets to get a little ...
... that it wasn't that the sun didn't want to come out...the sun just didn't want to come out on our side of the island -_____-. Not a cloud in the sky and the Lanzarote sun was blazing down. And I didn't even bring my swimsuit because it was so crummy when we left our hotel. Still I was elated to take my hoodie off and feel the warm summer sun. We split off from Dave while he went to set all of his stuff up for the big day. We walked along all the ...
... through my passport for like 3 seconds and then stamped, seriously don't even think he looked at my picture, but I'm not complaining. The not so beautiful weather was only bad because it was just so windy from the ocean breeze. But being on an island off the coast of Africa made up for the wind a little bit. Just too cool to complain too much about.
Dave and Derek picked us up from the airport and we drove around half the island to see the course they were ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Be Live Lanzarote Resort Costa Teguise
The rooms in this hotel are very comfortable but a little dated the reception area was very grand but also a little dated.
We decide to have a last family holiday and chose the oasis because we wanted somewhere warm, not too loud and comfortable on an all inclusive basis. This we found and some, from the reception staff to the restaurant, bar staff and most of all the entertainment staff we had nothing but praise, the room was comfortable with a good view, but who goes on holiday to stay in your room ? just one small criticism, it needs a fresh water pool, not everybody likes salt water. but apart from this I would recommend this hotel to anyone, from all over europe, everybody got on with each other it didn't matter about race colour or creed.
My family will most certainly take another holiday at the oasis.
my thanks to all the staff.
Visited Occidental Oasis Lanzarote in January 2005 and found the Hotel to be very nice and couldn't fault the rooms or room service. Unfortunately the food (which at first glance looked lovely) was always cold. The themed Restaurants had a very poor quality of service and food (undercooked and cold and very little of it!)
Visted in 2001 and it is a fabulous hotel! The staff are very very nice and funny! Make you feel very welcome.
Rooms are spacious and gleaming! I would recommend this hotel to anybody!
Had an excellent holiday from start to finish. Hotel was decorate well, ok in some areas perhaps in could do with a lick of paint but on the whole very nicely presented.The room was plenty big enough for the four of us plus a big bathroom.
Best holiday ever!
the hotle was very very good! the room was nice but the veiw was dissapointing maid service excelent. loads of activitys to do for all ages, the children reps great!! free icecream and icelollies! free drinks 24/7 the food was lovely get in as soon as they open other wise you`ll be queueing for ages! entertainment ok some nights. the main beach in costa teguise is great taxi costs about 3 euros. water park was ok a bit pricey. good slides but sun beds, cafe poor!
As discussed in ----------------------- there were minor problems with hotel, like shabby/ scuffed/marked wall coverings, dirty and dogeared carpets, and broken furniture in our room.
I´ve been to Occidental Oasis 3-10 July 2004. The 1º hotel room they gave us was big but there were some problems: air conditioned coming into flames, windows broken or malfunctioning, room view to a ciment factory with smoke coming out all day long... We had a 2º room also big with a nicer view (to a pool being cleaned during the entire week) and the air/windows problem had been solved. The service there has some problems since the personnel was not very nice specially at the buffet-restaurant (since they had less dinner-tables than guests, they made it clear you had to be fast eating) although the food was very good. The beach near the hotel has a lot of rocks and very little sand, it is not a very good beach if you have children. There are no sunbeds or sunshades there (well, there isn't enough space). Going to the beach means leaving the hotel and walking some stairs (again with baby chairs it's hard) and accessing the sand by a rocky small path.
Theres only one thing to say about this hotel Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant can't wait to go again would recommend this hotel to anyone
We have just come back from a week at the Occidental Oasis. Hotel is very impressive, the room was bigger than some self-catering apartments we have used in the past. Food was very good and varied, there is something for everyone, particularly at breakfast. Prices of drinks etc were very reasonable, especially considering the fact that the guests here are something of a captive audience (there is not much around about except what appeared to be private holiday bungalows, or possibly full time residential ones).