Delphin Palace Hotel

This huge hotel sits right next to Lara Beach, so you can be on the sands in under a minute.

The Delphin Palace Hotel is pretty impressive to look at – a grand red building topped with gold domes. It’s got the goods to back it up, too, with massive pools and stacks of restaurants to try out.

The hotel sits just back from Lara Beach – a minute’s walk through landscaped gardens will put you on the sand. As for bedrooms, they’re big and come with balconies and all the usual mod-cons.

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get


24-hour All Inclusive over summer. 10.00-24.00 in winter. Buffet meals. Champagne brunch buffet, Sundays 07.00-14.30 - summer only. Late breakfast 10.00-11.00. 1 dinner in 1 of the 7 à la carte restaurants per stay 19.00-21.30, only 2 in winter and reservations required, for minimum stays of 7 nights. Snacks 12.00-17.30. Afternoon tea 16.30-17.30. Ice-cream 10.00-18.00, Apr-Oct. Room service 24.00-06.00.


Unlimited local and soft drinks, by the glass including beer, wine, spirits, soft drinks, fresh juices, tea, coffee and mineral water. Minibar restocked daily with soft drinks and beer.
Summer only: Limited selection of imported drinks also available.
24-hr All Inclusive over summer. 10.00-24.00 in winter.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Outdoor pool

Relaxing pool for adults.

Kids' club

The hotel-run club is suitable for kids aged 4-12 years.

Pekin Chinese à la carte restaurant

If you'd like to try some Chinese dishes, make sure you book in advance. You can book in between 10am and 11am with reception or guest relations. Open for adults-only. 1 visit to 1 à la carte restaurant per stay is included.

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double room

Double room sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with a double, a single and a sofa-bed. Daily maid service with towel change, linen changed 3 times a week.

double room with limited sea view

Double room with limited sea view sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with a double, a single and a sofa-bed. Daily maid service with towel change, linen changed 3 times a week.

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I visited this hotel in Aug 2014, very nice, starting to look a bit dated food great, drinks great, snacks, great service good, entertainment good, animation team some were very good some were very much into thereselve, the hotel have changed managment and have made cut backs, booking system for the Alacarte is terible, loads of rushians and germans but not a problemMore

england4everUk, uk

Delphin Palace in middle of March?

Dear CRMD Manager Hi I am planning to stay at Delphin Palace for 6 night from 19 th March to 25th 2015 with my wife & two children 3 & 7 years old Please let me know is it possible to use outdoor swimming pool & funfair at this time? All these facilities is equipped with warm water?More

Sanil S, Tehran Province, Iran

Good hotel for a short break

We visited this hotel in October of 2014. We were all inclusive, which was our saviour, as we could eat in the additional restaurants, as the buffet was not to our liking. The buffet breakfast area was very busy and the waiter buzzing around not looking where they are going, one trod on my foot, he did say sorry though!! The pool area is very nice, and the waiters/waitresses come to you. You also get treats from the little market stalls that make their way around the pool area. The evening entertainment was a little cheesy, but good for a laugh.More

Pammie63, Harrow, United Kingdom

5* all the way

By far the best hotel we have ever stayed at, the staff are fantastic, you want for nothing I can not rate them high enough, I have read some of the reviews and those who have negative reviews must be crazy, we have decided to stay at the Delphin Imperial this year but will certainly be paying a visit to this fantastic hotelMore

Laneyb1971, Prenton, United Kingdom

Avoid this hotel if your health is important!!

You will note that I have rated this review as "average". I have done this because I think people take more notice of average reviews than the "poor" reviews. I Visited Delphin Palace in July 2014 on the recommendation of my wife's brother (who has travelled the world and claimed it to be the best hotel at which he'd ever stayed). I stayed there with my wife, 17 yr old and 3 yr old daughters. 1st impressions were excellent, the hotel was very grand and immaculate, huge variety of delicious food, friendly and helpful staff, and good entertainment (particularly for our 3 yr old). My wife, 17 yr old and I became very ill exactly one week after our arrival. My 3 yr old was the only one not to suffer at all, and coincidentally the only one not to have eaten their cooked food (she's rather fussy and survived on bread and pretzels)! We all suffered similar symptoms but my own were the most severe - I suffered severe stomach pains, cramps and diarrhoea for 4 consecutive days (I always expect some bowel looseness with a change of diet abroad, but nothing could have prepared me for this). I followed all the correct protocols by reporting it to the Thomas Cook rep. I also complained to the Guest Relations Manager and eventually felt it necessary to speak directly to the hotel director. The reception I received from all was not particularly sympathetic! I was informed that the stomach problems could not possibly have been caused by the hotel food or swimming pools because of their strict hygiene standards (the Thomas Cook hotel rep said that nobody else had complained - thanks for that, I now feel much better as I must be imagining it)! I visited the hotel's on-site doctor and was prescribed medication which resolved the issues within 2 days. The hotel tried to charge us 90 euros for the privilege of seeing the doctor and a further 11 euros for the medication, but after pointing out that we had not left the hotel's premises since our arrival and after a lengthy heated argument with the Guest Relations Manager, they caved in and provided it all free of charge. Thereafter, we found ourselves scrutinising the hotel's hygiene standards and what we found was incredulous.... the communal toilets are all inspected regularly (apparently) and a sheet is then signed by staff to confirm the hygiene standards are acceptable. Whilst using the mens' communal toilet located by the ampitheatre, I observed a member of cleaning staff enter the toilet and immediately sign the inspection sheet without so much as a glance into the cubicles. I followed him out and then observed him do the same thing in the disabled toilet located directly adjacent to the mens' toilet. I looked in the disabled toilet as soon as he'd left (and before anybody else used it) and could not believe what I witnessed....there was human excrement smeared on the toilet seat and what can only be described as filth in a corner of the toilet (and the member of cleaning staff had signed to declare the toilet clean and fit for use)! I am currently in dispute with Thomas Cook, who have so far offered us a £100 gesture of good will towards another Thomas Cook holiday! They claim the their hotel rep has no record of any complaints and neither has the hotel. Clearly this is a complete falsehood, because we complained and so did a number of other families during our stay. The 7-yr old child of one couple spent 23 hours in the nearest hospital and was diagnosed with gastroentiritis. I have refused Thomas Cook's offer and am in the process of contacting ABTA. Failing this, I will seek independent arbitration to try to resolve my dispute or take the matter to the civil courts. Delphin Palace holiday makers please be very aware!!More

Stuart M,

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