This family favourite stacks up the activities and has a handy shortcut to the beach.
This good-sized hotel sits a few paces from a shallow, sandy cove – just a nip through the hotel's gardens – and comes with its own splash park. You're 25 minutes’ walk from San Antonio.
Activities-wise, there's pool games, aqua aerobics... plus a First Choice kids' club.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Snacks.
Unlimited local alcoholic drinks and soft drinks, house wines, tea and coffee 10.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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First Choice Kids' Club May - Oct
First Choice Kids’ Club caters for 3 to 11 year olds – so brothers and sisters can join in the fun together. And most of it’s completely free. It runs 5 days a week and – outside of peak season – there are parent and toddler sessions for under 3s, too. For your peace of mind, all First Choice Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times. Plus there’s a strict sign-in and out system.
If you'd like to relax and unwind, pull up a sunbed and grab some shade under a parasol.
The interactive kids' pool comes with a slide, rain shower and a water feature.
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Connecting room sleeps up to 4, with daily maid service with towel and linen change twice a week. You'll need to book 2 of these room types to get 2 rooms with a connecting door.
twin room with limited sea view
Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 4 adults with twin beds and camp-beds or similar. Daily maid service with towel and linen change twice a week.
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Ok for a cheap break
We arrived late at night in Mid September. Unfortunately despite emailing ahead for a high floor room we were allocated a tiny corner room on the third floor, which only had a small double (large single) bed in it. I think we were allocated a single room as the bed was too small for us to sleep in. We had booked a twin room, which means twin beds! We were told to sort it out in the morning, this took 2 hours of going & froing to reception until it was sorted & we got our proper room on 7th floor which was lovely. The Thomson rep was a bit annoyed that we had been given the original room & if we hadn,t sorted it would have done so for us. Anyway, for a reasonable price we had a good holiday, didn,t expect it to be the star rating Thomson post (we always take a star off then not disappointed). Some of the guests left a bit to be desired as scruffy & didn't bother changing out of swimming gear for evening meal. Second week was better, less busy, less noisy. Entertainment was very good, bit noisy round main pool but we found quiet spot round kiddie pool. The evening entertainment by resident team was very professional & we enjoyed it. Ibiza is a very beautiful island and well worth a trip on the boat across the bay to San Antonio town centre. The trip to the Hippy market was fun too, Hannah the tour guide was very informative & helpful. The food at the hotel was pleasant & plentiful with good choice. Shame some of the guests didn't bother to change their beach/pool clothing into something decent before having dinner.More
Angelasuffolk, Suffolk, United Kingdom
All good apart from reception staff.
This hotel is very busy and popular with young families and pensioners. Hotel staff work very hard and are friendly apart from one male receptionist who was very rude and had no customer service qualities whatsoever. Food is good but after 2 weeks it's time for home. Entertainment is dated and not good but just don't go as it is bad. The outside pool area tables are full of smokers who never seem to not have a fag in their mouth. It was quite amusing listening to 4 chain smoking pensioners complaining about the state of the NHS whilst coughing and baulking everywhere. This puts non smokers off going outside and the management should look at this. Overall a good cheap holiday and hotel was clean , pleasant and ideally situated for a quiet time. Thank you very much.More
Stayed for a week between 15th -22nd October with my wife to celebrate our 35th anniversary and we really enjoyed our time at the Tanit.Reasonably sized with pleasant public areas and grounds.Clean with helpful staff,a good variety of food and drink and with the excellent weather we had it made our stay very pleasant.The proximity of the coves meant you could stay around the hotel or the availability of public transport meant you could visit the rest of the island easily and cheaply.The only little gripes we had were the state of the sun loungers and the water temperature in the pools.But those little points wouldn't put us of visiting again.More
Just returned from 10 days at the tanit . Weather great . Food and drinks excellent . Hotel was good but entertainment could have been better . Could have done with a few more professional shows . Nice walk into San Antonio and only 6 euros in a taxi . Fabulous sunset view from the fourth floor . Staff were very polite and willing to help.More
My partner and myself stayed at the Fiesta Tanit from the 16th to the 23rd October 2014. we are both over 55 now and we were a little apprehensive about going to Ibiza with it being renowned for teenagers who party all night. HOW WRONG WE COULD HAVE BEEN.The hotel had more middle age people than teenagers, and of the teenagers that were there they were very well behaved and did not over indulge in the drinks. The weather was fantastic all week ,in the 26 - 30 degrees.The hotel is a very good size ,although a bit isolated. A bus service runs on the hour excluding "siesta". Taxis are only 6 euros from town .It is worth getting a map and a bus time table to explore the beautiful island as the tour companies excursions are a bit pricey .The hotel walls are very very thin so ,as other reviews have said, you can hear the people next door very easily. The rooms were of a good size and clean. Maid service is regular. The food selection was good although we have had better. At times the food in the trays was not very hot but the chef done live cooking so that was much better.The all inclusive stay!! Only very local drinks and soft drinks were classed in the all inclusive option even "baileys" with ice was not included , and most drinks that were served come in small plastic glass's . NO free wi-fi though. NO British television channel except the world news . But I must comment that there were THREE German channels, many Spanish channels, one french channel and one polish channel.Think us U.K holidaymakers have been overlooked this time. Request to get a high floor overlooking the pool area, however this may incur a cost to upgrade if you are not lucky enough to be allocated one on arrival. All in all the holiday and the hotel was very well accepted by my partner and myself, she has already said that we would return again. Who am I to argue lets get packingMore
curvykav, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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