The Magic Tulip Beach Resort racks up the numbers. There are two pools, three restaurants and a couple of bars. The sports agenda's chock-full of activities, ranging from tennis to snorkelling, and there's a gym where you can push for the burn. Live shows play out after dark, and there's a spa and a salon for treat-yourself time.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
Active sorts can grab a racket for a game of tennis, or limber up for an aerobics sesh. Watersports*, horse riding* and billiards fill the rest of the activities list.
A hotel-run kids' club keeps wee ones occupied with crafts and games.
- Beach volleyball
FOOD & DRINK
Bumper buffets are on offer in the main restaurant, and you can go Italian at a fine-dining joint. The third dinner option does a good line in local seafood.
- Jasmine buffet restaurant
Serving a variety of hot and cold, international and local dishes at meal times for you to choose from.
- Baccara Italian restaurant
- Seafood restaurant
- Lobby bar
- Pool bar
HEALTH & BEAUTY
Plump for a pampering session in the spa – there are massages* and body scrubs* on the treatment menu, plus a sauna, a hot tub and a steam room.
- Hair salon*
Once your meal's gone down you can bag a seat in front of the stage for a spot of live entertainment. The bill reels off musicians, dance routines and shows where kids get involved.
You can make a splash in a pair of paint-splat-shaped pools. The roomier of the two has a swim-up bar dishing out cocktails. Sprogs can take a dip in their own diddy pool, which has a climbing frame beside it.
- 2 outdoor pools
There's a large pool and a smaller heated pool for you to enjoy. They are surrounded by a large terrace dotted with sunloungers and parasols.
- Kids' pool
For little ones, there's a small shallow pool for them to splasha round in.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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