Fiesta Tanit Hotel

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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  • 1Building
  • 7Floors
  • 386Rooms
  • 3Lifts

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.

Outdoor pool

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 and interconnecting room

These sizable twin rooms are decorated in warm and inviting colours. All come with a balcony as well as air-conditioning. These rooms sleep 4 with 2 extra beds in the bedroom. You'll need to book 2 of these room types to get 2 rooms with a connecting door.

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 4 with 2 extra beds in the bedroom.

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Great hotel very lively pool scene

We stayed at the Tanit for a week in Early September, last week of the school hols. Clean and spacious room with one double and two pull out beds. Side sea view with pretty view over to San Antonio through the trees. The pool scene here is lively! Every time an activity was about to start they played the intro to a Rihanna song- now permanently engrained in our heads! Was a great warning to shut your eyes and pretend to be asleep if you didn't want to take part, but be warned take part once and they remember you! Hubby was a regular at water polo... Good food and varied. Slushies for the kids -and they will pop a vodka in for adults too! Good hearty breakfast, lunch, dinner... Usual scrabble for sun beds. One day we will sort this out fellow holidaymakers! Maybe hotels could start a booking system or something...*chuckle The nearby beach is lovely and clean with a bar, not included in the all inclusive but handy for a drink - and there's a loo! Fantastic sunset from here. Walk over the beach, up a little road, turn left and down another little road though and there's s hidden gem. A little beach with the prettiest restaurant and bar... You can walk to San Antonio, past Cafe Del Mar and Cafe Mambo along the sea path, or get a boat from the nearby jetty - be warned it doesn't have a formal dock it just drops a gangplank over the rocks! A great way to see the coast from the sea.. We had finer at the sister hotel, (can't remember now what it was called-didn't make a great impression) no way as nice as the Tanit, but staff just as friendly. All in all a great value for money family week away. More


Great location, friendly staff and good food

I've visited this hotel 4 times and been just as good every year! The rooms are very clean and normally have a fantastic view from the balcony. The pool and outside area is very clean and tidy. The bar staff are really friendly and are always helpful. The food is great but tends to be the same everyday, with not much change in dishes. The entertainment is brilliant for the kids, with lots of activities throughout the day and a lovely children's swimming pool which is a reasonable distance from the adults pool and can't here much noise. The beach is a few minutes walk and it a very quiet, small beach with a bar and loungers on. When you walk out of the hotel, on the way to the nearest town, it is a little rough but the hotel itself is not shabby at all. The hotel is very cheap to stay in, especially good for families or couples who want a cheap break. Overall, I really recommend this hotel, its a fab place to stay and everything you need. Be aware though, there is normally a odd bunch staying there, but all adds to the entertainment.More

Lolly I, 186338

nice for children

This is a nice 3 star hotel, if you are not fussy, and our family of 3 generations had a nice stay there in June 2015. I would consider going back, not because the hotel was so great, but it is just so convenient for the kids! The firstchoice kids club was ace, so was the kids' pool and the beach with very fine sand (about 8 minutes walking via a steep stair or buggy accessibly along the street and a ramp). The hotel own kids club was not a nursery but offered several daily activities like 15 minutes shuffle board or billiard playing, foam party, and 1 hour mini disco every night. The adult entertainment was a lot of drinking games. The parent and toddler sessions by the first choice kids club were all around lunch time so not very convenient if you have a toddler that still naps. Rooms were spacious with a huge balcony. The seaview from the 2nd floor was limited as we mainly saw trees and the sea is too far away to hear the sound of the sea. Food and drinks are really the downer at this hotel. There was a lot of choice of avarage quality but if you are a vegetarian like me you can mainly opt for pasta, fries and salad. Sometimes they even put ham into the vegetables or the rice. There is no tasty tap water available (we brought our own bottels that we bought at the shops) and for the kids there are only fizzy drinks. You can order a lunch pack for day trips that was well stocked (not vegetarian tough) and also contained a bottle of water. Between meal times the pool bar offered sandwiches and the restaurant terrace hot dogs and chips. The chocolate fountain as mentioned in the first choice catalogue did not exist. The lift doors are quite small and I saw a few twin buggies not fitting. There is a swap box in the hall behind the reps for buckets and the likes. There are a few supermarkets nearby and also some laundries. You can reach the town with a buggy but don't go along the cliff or to the aquarium.More


Pretty good for the price

My boyfriend and I stayed at this hotel for a week in October. On first impressions the hotel and its surrounding look a bit rough when you arrive. Once inside the hotel is very clean and check-in was speedy. Our rooms were a bit dated but once again very clean and had everything we needed. The bathroom was excellent, very spacious, spotless and the shower was really powerful. The food and drinks were as you would expect from a 3* all inclusive hotel, there was always something to eat and some bits were better than others. I was particularly impressed with the good selection of deserts that were actually pretty decent, and there was a cooked-to-order desert option available each evening which was usually pretty good. We didn't get a chance to use the adult-only pool as a lot of people got up early to reserve sunbeds EVERY morning which isn't really fair. Hotel is around a 20-30 minute walk to San Antonio which is quite a lovely walk (depending on the weather!). All in all this was a very good hotel, the only thing that would stop me from re-booking is the location, I think I'd be more tempted to pay a little more and get a hotel in San Antonio next time. Also, the Wi-Fi and safe charges were very unreasonable, and once you add those costs on top it doesn't actually work out being that cheap.More

Lauren S, 190725

Great value for money!

My boyfriend and I stayed at this hotel for 10 days at the end of September, we were on a pretty tight budget and found this to be the best option. We were quite wary of the photos posted online as I don't think they did the hotel any justice as once we arrived, Fiesta Tanit was definitely one of the nicest ones in the area. Upon arrival, the staff were very friendly and welcoming with a really quick check in. Our room was a ' double room with a pool view and limited sea view' which was a lot bigger than expected, the balcony was a reasonable size with a mini table and chairs and you couldn't fault the cleanliness. The air-con is fab and there's also a fan above the bed! The all inclusive buffet had the usual food you'd expect however I I thought they had a lot of choice as one of the nights they did nacho's and taco's and another night steak which was one of the best steaks I've ever had (well, for an all inclusive meal it was pretty fabulous!!!) When you come out of the hotel there is a large pool to the front and a baby pool around the side which we sunbathed around for the first 2 days as what the hotel doesn't advertise if the ADULT ONLY POOLS further down the back!! An elderly couple we met told us to walk down the side of the large pool to which we found the adults only area - which was lovely to relax around if you don't have children and there's also a jacuzzi to cool off in. The bar staff arn't too shy on the all inclusive drinks either - they pour half the glass with the spirits (i know it's a cheaper version of ours but they still taste just as good)! They're really friendly too, so tip them now and again as they've also gotta make a living too! If you are taking children, you cannot fault the entertainment staff or the entertainment - they put so many games on throughout the day for them and have so much time and energy for the kids - i'd definitely take my children if I had any!! We didn't think there was any beaches close by however they also have their own private beach (you've gotta pay $5 for the umbrella and $10 each for the sunbeds) so we just took our towels down to sunbathe on. It is absolutely beautiful, no stones or pebbles and the sea is soooooooo clear (minus the bits of seaweed) - I wasn't quite expecting a beach like that near our hotel!! If you walk around the rocks there's also a secluded beach which looks unreal but can get really busy! San Antonio is only a short 10/15min walk from the hotel across the sea front - there's some lovely restaurants on the way - one which we stayed and watched the sun set with a guy playing acoustic music☺ YOU MUST WATCH THE SUNSET AS IT'S JUST UNFORGETTABLE!!! I cannot describe how beautiful it is, you've gotta see it with your own eyes! There is different entertainment on at the hotel each night - which again is really great for the young ones - as we're quite young though we didn't really stay at the hotel on the night and ventured out to San Antonio and the night clubs! I'd advise drinking before going out because the drinks in the clubs are so expensive!! We went to Pacha one of the nights and it was 25EUROS FOR ONE DRINK AND 10 EUROS FOR A BOTTLE OF GOD DAM WATER!! But yeah it's still a brilliant night! Overall, I would most definitely visit this hotel again as I think it's excellent value for what you pay, there's so many places to visit and different tours to go on if you like venturing out and it was just a fantastic holiday ☺☺☺More

hannahhd444, 186317

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