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 to October
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.
International buffet restaurant
For breakfast, lunch and dinner. This place offers a variety of international specialities and themed evenings.
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Twin Room with Balcony
These sizable seaside twin rooms are decorated in warm and inviting colours. All come with a balcony as well as air-conditioning. These rooms sleep 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom.
Single Room with Balcony
These single rooms are decorated in warm and inviting colours. All come with a balcony as well as air-conditioning. These rooms sleep 1.
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More positives than negatives
We came here last year with our 3 year old for a week and we all enjoyed it mainly. The location is brilliant for walking in to San Antonio or accessing the beach and coves. The small pool for the kids is really good with the little slides and kept our soon entertained. The food was nice enough and always really warm, the staff in restaurant tried to keep tables clean but can be a struggle for them at really busy times. The kids club, mini disco and entertainment staff always went out there way to try and involve our son and worked tirelessly throughout the day and night. The rooms are clean, not really modern and are not exactly sound proof as you can pretty much hear everything going on in the rooms around you. All in all we had a pleasant stay and are returning in June for 2 weeks. Let's hope we don't regret it!More
From the moment we arrived this hotel was just awful. Thomson stated this was a family hotel. It was far from it. Between French student kicking off between themselves and then us. Waving glass bottles around threatening people, causing children to become extremely unsettled, taking a bite out of hot foods and then putting it back on the buffet. Setting people's clothes on fire. Human waste being rubbed on people's doors. Then Germans smoking cannabis stinking out the hallways and our hotel rooms. blasting Music from stupid o'clock at night till silly o'clock in the morning, and the arguments within the hall way. I wouldn't be as shocked if the hotel was an 18-30 hotel or if we were even within San Antonio itself, however this was a family hotel. The management didn't care there literal words were 'it's there last night, I don't care' which went on for 4 nights. I will not return to this hotel. The only semi decent thing about this hotel was probably the entertainment staff themselves. More
Not a 4 star
We came to fiesta tanit in may . Thomson brochure called this 4 star wouldn't at all agree .firstly stung with wifi for 3 teens I payed 90 euros for week total rubbish had to sit in reception to get decent connection, walls like paper can hear everything. Reception staff not helpful at all , was attacked first night by other holiday maker,neither hotel or Thomson did anything and was told to change hotels if I payed 400 ! Hotel security was horrible and taunted us. No tea or coffee available after midnight so if you wanted drink you had to pay 3 euro everyday to hire kettle ,2 English channels only both news channels,entertainment was rubbish and hotel overtook by Germans which bar staff make a point to serve before English, lifts was out the dark ages. Could go on...More
Loved the holiday
We stayed here last year and really enjoyed it. Apart from the reception staff who to be honest started our stay off bad. I travelled with my daughter and grandchildren without my husband for the second time and felt a bit out of sorts as it was. A bit of kindness would of made the stay perfect because all the other staff and entertainment staff were so friendly. We are going back there tomorrow and looking forward to it. But dreading check in. We got a room last year overlooking car park. We have booked sea view this time. Hope we get it. More
Great value for money
We stayed for one week on 8th may. We were initially a bit wary because this hotel was conserably cheaper than others we had looked at. However we were pleasantly surprised. Good points.... mini disco for young children. Repetitive, but they enjoyed it. Kids club Childrens pool was warmer than we have previously encountered and there were little slides Lovely fresh, hot food Brilliant room overlooking the bay Not too far to walk into San Antonio and taxis are cheap Bad points Mainly that the walls are very thin so noise could be heard in the corridors and adjoining rooms Also, as others had said, there was a huge group booking of Germans! Husband was in the tv room all set to watch the football and the Germans moved in en mass and started singing and playing musical instruments. Very bizarre! From what I gather this led to some sinister behaviour during the night when it all 'kicked off'. The carpet along the corridors is what I can only describe as being grim. It looks awful but our room was lovely and modern. They could do with ripping up the carpet as it looks quite shabby. Not sure what this would be like in the school holidays but when we went we enjoyed it. There were always sun beds available. I think some people who have written poor reviews need to remember this hotel is a three star hotel and we have paid three star prices not four star. Just to mention, I would not pay for the organised trips, the reps gave us incorrect information on the prices of taxis in a bit to encourage us to book with them. A taxi into Ibiza old town wa only 24 euros and also there were buses for 2 euros.More
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