Bungalows Parque Golf

Address: Avenida Fritidresor, s/n, Maspalomas, Grand Canary, Canary Islands, 35100, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star villa
 
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This 3 star villa, located on Avenida Fritidresor, s/n, Maspalomas, is near Playa de Maspalomas, Yumbo Centre, El Faro de Maspalomas, and Cita Centre.
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        Historical Traveler Reviews Bungalows Parque Golf Maspalomas

        Return many times

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        have been to parque golf many times now and will keep going back, the staff are great and attentive. bugalows clean and tidy and the pool is just great, very clean and well kept. i am going back there on the 8th november 2004 cannot wait to see my friends again.

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        a very nice complex, very quiet until we started rolling in blind drunk at 6 am after visiting the yumbo.

        very clean and very pleasant staff, 1 thing you have to hire everything from a toaster to a fan at a great cost.

        def recommend for gay people.

        Great Place

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        Nice quiet place,great bus and taxi service{very cheap} but beware of the extras, renting fans,kettles,hairdriers ext. Can work out very expensive

        Very nice bungalows

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        The Parque golf bungalows are really nice for a 1-2 week break. They are kept very clean and the pool area is very good, u should always be able to get a seat.

        The reception staff are really helpful and they lay on a bus every day that takes and collects u from the beach.

        There are some really nice restaurants in melonaras, just by the lighthouse, can especially recommend the Italian and Casa Lola. Only cost 2-3 euros for a taxi there and it is much more upmarket than the other commercial centres that are on offer.

        Very clean

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        went to these bungalows 17 may 2004 for 14 days

        very nice complex right in middle of campo golf course, 1 toddlers pool and 2 others 1 big one but supermarket very expensive.if you come out of complex turn right onto road to t junction turn left then walk about 50 yards down road then cross over and walk across the

        open ground you can see faro2 about 10 min walk away. good cheap supermarket on ground floor and plent of cheap restaurants or you can get a cab about 3 euros .a cab to player is also about 3 euros. i am going back. its a very

        relaxing complex , ideal for families and playa and the noise is only 5 mins in cab

        Perfect resort for all

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        parque golf is lovely,,,if u want a quiet holiday then its great,,,if u want the clubs and the noise then its also great as taxis r only about 1 pound 50 pence...i would reccomend it to everyone!!!

        Great !

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        my family and i (2 adults, 2 children) spent a lovely relaxing week in parque golf in late may, will be to returning next year. if you are looking for a safe and relaxing place to stay we would definately reccomend this. To travel around taxis are easy and cheap. Plenty of places to eat out although the best place we found to eat was at the bar on site !

        Beware of the extras

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        Gran Canaria is amazing. Explore Playa del Ingles for the nightlife.

        The taxis are very cheap too.We found that the site at Parque Golf was quite pleasant. The pool was nice too. The bungalows were average size but we were surprised that we had to pay extra in order to hire a toaster or a kettle. The cooker consisted of just two hotplates (no grill or oven) which considering that the holiday is supposed to be self-catering leaves you pretty limited! Also a word of warning if you have children, the bungalows have fixed bars on the windows for security purposes (good for security but bad for escaping in a fire) and there are no smoke alarms or fire extinguishers in the bungalow. We didnt take the kids this time but i would not have been happy staying if we had as this seems like an accident waiting to happen.

        Lovely setting

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        Spent first week in September at the Parque Golf Apartments and thought it was great. There was so much to do in Gran Canaria. We didnt do much though since we were only there for the week. These apartments are bungalows set in a 2 circle complex with everything in the middle, such as the pools, the pool bar (with pool tables and table tennis), kids play area, the supermarket, the reception etc. The bungalows themselves were quite small but very nice. And kept clean by the maids everyday.

        The pool was large and there was always a sunbed for us, because of the space. the pool bar food was average, the entertainment at night was kept to a minimum. We usually went to Playa del ingles at night which was 3 euros in a taxi. Playa del ingles has many centres including Kasbah which has great night life and the food is good and cheap too.

        all in all i would say Maspolamas is a lovely place to stay whatever your into, whether its a quite relaxing holiday, or a lively one by getting a quick ride to playa del ingles.

        Relaxing break

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        We wanted a relaxing break and a good base. Far enough form the hustle of Playa del Ingles but close enough if we wanted to visit. This is what we got! Goo value for money, Pool was plenty large enough and relaxing surroundings made this a lovely break. Faro2 commercial centre was ideal place for meals in the evening. Aquasur water park a great day out but take lots of water and picnic as overpriced for refreshments.

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