Pools, a splash park, a bumper activities list, and loads of restaurants – this place has got the lot. It’s right on the beach, too.
This beachfront hotel ticks all the right boxes, with a great pool scene, 5 restaurants and a giant Aerial Adventure course. There are sports like kayaking, tennis and football as well.
Apartments received a makeover for summer 2014, so they’re in tip-top condition. They’re nice and big, too, with a lounge, kitchenette and outside space.
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- Lifts: 1 which runs from reception to restaurant only
The ultimate action-packed holiday
- Aerial Adventure high ropes courses
- Clubs for 0 to 11 year olds, run to UK standards
- Meet-and-greets with the Widgets
- Expert-run swim, stage and football academies
- Outdoor activities including archery, Water Walkerz and raft-building
- Child-friendly buffets and at least 2 à la carte restaurants
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. 1 visit per stay to the grill, Tex Mex and La Bambola pizza & pasta restaurants. Snacks 10.30-17.00. Ice-cream 10.30-18.00.
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer, wine, soft drinks and water 10.30-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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First Choice Kids' Clubs
This Holiday Village has a First Choice Kids’ Club that’s split into age groups. There’s Little Stars for 3 to 5 year olds, Super Stars for 6 to 8s and Mega Stars for 9 to 11s. They’re open 7 days a week and most activities are completely free. There’s also a Twinkle Stars crèche manned by qualified UK staff.
This pool is ideal for small kids to splash around in. And it even has a climbing frame, slide and a water feature.
Our First Choice team have put together a cast of highly trained entertainers, offering an exciting and diverse range of shows, fun and activities. The programme includes themed and party nights, pop shows, bingo, kids' entertainment, karaoke, cabaret and colourful shows.
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superior 1 bedroom apartment with limited sea view and balcony
This superior 1-bedroom apartment has room for up to 4 people with a twin bedroom and a sofa-bed suitable for 1 adult or 2 children. Your apartment will include a balcony terrace outside where you can enjoy a limited sea view. Superior rooms have upgraded furnishings, flatscreen TV, DVD player, bathrobe, slippers and 1 spa visit per adult per stay - plus there's a kitchenette and a lounge. Just so you know you can request air-conditioning* and Wi-Fi* in resort.
superior 1 bedroom apartment with limited sea view and terrace
Your superior 1-bedroom apartment will include a terrace for that extra room outdoors, plus a limited sea view. These apartments come with upgraded furnishings, TV, DVD player, bathrobes, slippers and 1 spa visit per adult per stay. There's a twin bedroom and lounge with 2 sofa-beds - plus you'll also find a kitchenette complete with a microwave and kettle. Just so you know you can request air-conditioning* and Wi-Fi* in resort.
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Booked this place last minute through Thomson , for the first couple of days it was ok , we booked the 2 a la carte visits we were given on our arrival , the tavern by the sea was lush , and in such a lovely place . We were told that if we particularly liked one of the (special) restaraunt it may be possible to visit more than once , we did enquire but was told no , The reason we wanted to eat else where was that after the first few days the hotel turned into .a holiday village something we were not aware of when booking , the main restaraunt turned into an infant school , children running around ,screaming, shouting , no where to get away from it . I looked on the websites Thomson make no mention it is a hotel for children , but First choice do sell it as a holiday village , if we had known we would not of booked to come here , we are still currently at the hotel , waiting to see if we can move , and we have been told it may cost us to move , so we will wait and see how much , if too much we shall just eat out in the evenings , but I do feel Thomson should state that this is a holiday village . If you want to be surrounded by children, in quite a small area , with no adult quiet areas then boom to come here , otherwise avoid .More
We have just returned from a lovely 7 night stay at this complex. The accommodation was very clean and well equipped. Our two apartments couldn't have been better placed close to the childrens pool and all amenities. The view over to Corralejo was wonderful. All the staff were very friendly and couldn't do enough to help. My husband had to see a doctor whilst away and it was all arranged for us by the helpful rep on site. The hotel even called a taxi for us. Wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. Plenty of restaurants to choose from with an excellent assortment of food. The Grandchildren throughly enjoyed choising their own food from the children's area. Not just junk food either. Flamingo beach is adjacent to complex and the children loved playing here, then returning to the pool in the afternoon. A lovely family holiday enjoyed by all.More
I religiously read Trip Advisor reviews prior to booking so when my husband and I decided to spend New Year in Lanzarote with our 2 children (14) & (9) we expected good things from the Flamingo Beach Resort. Apartments- these were of a surprisingly good standard, recently renovated and as we had hoped given the reviews. Tip- bring your own iron. They are not in the rooms and you have to get them ( if you can) from reception ( and have them back within the hour)! Dining- wow. Where do I begin here. The food is good at the hotel. For mass catering they do a great job. Lots of variety. However I felt like I was in a rugby scrum every night ( for the first week until we realised that eating later was better). Kids careering around the place, food on the floor. By the end of week one i could hardly face it. Evenings at the hotel- nothing in the way of entertainment unless you like Butlins style entertainment ( in Swedish) at the main bar or a barn with plastic seats ( the sports bar). No decent comfortable outside seating. My kids were bored rotten as were we. Pool- fine. Busy and a bit smelly at the bottom pool. Beach- perfect. Made the holiday. Sheltered. Nice stretch of sand with plenty of room for everyone. Lanzarote- lovely island. Recommend hiring a car & venturing out. We went to Tiede National Park which is fantastic. Breathtaking scenery. We will definitely return to the island . Maybe not to the Flamingo Beach Resort. More
The hotel was nice and clean. Rooms were large with a separate bedroom and 2 sofa beds in the lounge. The beds were very uncomfortable and the pillows awful, duvets were supplied but with no duvet covers. Room is only cleaned 5 days out of the 7 days. The food was very nice. Good selection and was always nice and hot. Snacks were served and this was a huge variety. The evening entertainment finished at 9.30pm and after this time the hotel was deserted. Very nice hotel if you have young children. There is a small water park nearby and the harbour is about a 20 minute walk away. The beach is very nice with calm waters and perfect sand for building sand castles. Pool towels cost 10 euro deposit to hire but his towels are quite old and have holes in. You can only change these twice a week so your best to take your own. Safe costs 15 euro for the week. More
bungalow by the sea
We have just returned from this resort and have to report that the resort is very well kept and the staff were all friendly and helpful. Previous reports stating one of the children's pools was very cold is correct but that did not spoil our holiday. We were in 2 bungalows with terraces and sea view. Ideal resort we will return and would definitely recommend the resort to friends . Our only disappointment was that there wasn't any entertainment in the evenings we assumed it was because the season would start in May.More
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