You’ll be thoroughly spoilt for choice at this hotel. When it comes to dining, you’ve got a buffet place with dishes from all corners of the globe, and there are snack bars dotted through the complex. Then there’s a plus-sized pool, a splash-worthy waterpark and a fully loaded activity programme. And that’s before mentioning the spa, rooftop bar and giant amphitheatre.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
Sprogs will be all tuckered out by sunset after a day at the kids’ club, where swimming courses sit shoulder to shoulder with pirate-themed days and costume parties on the things-to-do timetable.
The A-to-Z activity list features everything from Nordic Walking and salsa lessons to aqua gym and shuffleboard. The usual suspects are in place, too, like beach volleyball, ping pong and tennis.
- Fitness classes
There's a good range of fitness classes, including Zumba®, body shape, stretch, step, dance aerobics and Capoeira.
- Aqua aerobics
- Water polo
- Beach football
- Dance classes
- Table tennis
The use of the courts is free but there's a cost to hire out equipment and floodlights, or to take a lesson.
- Mountain bike tours*
- PADI scuba diving centre*
- Daytime activity programme
FOOD & DRINK
Breakfast, lunch and dinner pack in plenty of variety at the buffet restaurant. An outdoor grill cooks up omelettes and pancakes in the morning and prime cuts of meat for lunch and dinner.
The rooftop bar* takes watering holes to new heights. The lip-smacking selection of cocktails all come with a healthy measure of panoramic sea views.
- Marina Royal Palace - buffet restaurant
This is the main buffet restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It's a terrace restaurant, so you'll have a view of the bay.
- The Ancient Observatory Sky Bar*
You'll find this on the top floor of the hotel. It's open until the early hours and offers a panoramic view of the sea and the hotel complex.
- Marina Royal Palace Lobby Bar
- Marina Royal Palace Pool Bar
HEALTH & BEAUTY
Book yourself in for some pampering at the spa*, where you can chill out in the indoor pool, steam room and sauna. There’s also a top-to-toe list of treatments*, which covers off massages, facials and manicures.
The gym* has you covered for pumping iron and cardio sessions, with a line-up of weight-training kit and machines like treadmills, static bikes and cross-trainers. Or take your workout al fresco at the open-air gym.
- Open-air gym
Parents won’t cramp your style at this place – there are separate discos for grown-ups and little’uns. And for together time, there are weekly parties in the pool and on the sand, followed up by a cracking fireworks display.
The evening entertainment’s in a plus-sized theatre where no fewer than 1,600 people can hunker down to watch the show. Live music, traditional dancing and comedy shows are all on the cards.
- Kids' club
The kids' club is divided into two age groups of 3-6 and 7-12 years.
- Evening entertainment programme
- Teen Club
For ages 13 to 16.
The pool’s a split-level number with plenty of space for splashing, or just floating around on a Lilo. Loungers are dotted around the sun terrace, too, if you just want to kick back and soak up the sea views.
The waterpark’s spot on for splash sessions. It’s packed to the rafters with colourful slides to race down.
- Outdoor pool
The pool is a decent size and it's lined by sunbeds and parasols. And there's a bar nearby, so you won't need to go too far to get a drink.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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