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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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.
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 twin rooms are decorated in warm and inviting colours. All come with a balcony as well as air-conditioning. These rooms sleep 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom.
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we first went to this hotel in 2000 with 4 teenagers and had the best 2 weeks holiday ever all 4 loved it we are staying at another FIESTA hotel which is terrible with another couple who have never been abroad so we decided to visit the tanit for lunch which u can do under the fiesta brand to show them what a good hotel is Well I can honestly say I was even more impressed the food was brilliant the staff couldn't do enough for us we showed them around and our friends where astounded at the difference This hotel needs an extra star we will be booking this hotel next year definitely WELL DONE THE TANIT SEE YOU NEXT YEAR XXXMore
great holiday even with Mickie and Minnie
our first time at the hotel and we were very happy with our stay. we went with four friends 2 of which are regulars at the hotel. we checked in early hours on a Saturday morning and reception staff were fine.our room was on the 2nd floor which when we saw the view across the car park and of a old hotel being demolished was not the best and to cap it it was also raining was not the best start. we looked at changing to hire floor but no sea views available so we decided to stay put. room was fine and although walls seem a bit thin only a crying baby on a couple of nights disturbed us.the lifts are always busy but a 2 floor walk up and down we considered to be good exercise. restaurant is very good staff work their socks off great choice of food all very fresh. my personal favourites the eggs were stocked up regularly lots of toasters and this sets yuou up for the day. popped up most lunch times for a snack and the evening meals were good the carvery type meats were excellent and my wife who loves fish said that was also excellent. sunbeds well our expert regular stayer was brilliant and always got up early and got us some beds at the adult pool. this was a lovely area and peaceful escape from the kids who have a great time in the big pool. the only surprise was for the last 2 days we had little mouse visitors who appeared to live under the decking b the bottom pool .2 decided to look in our friends bag and he was surprised to find them. popping out as he looked into it. on the nights we gave the entertainment a go Karaoke started brilliantly with Coldplay and stereophonics but a poor Robbie Williams bought us down to earth good fun though. the guitar guy was very good playing songs you don't expect to hear at a holiday hotel the rest of what we saw was typical holiday camp games with people having a laugh enjoyed the balloon game which was a bit rude lol outside we visited a local bar which is next to aquarium great views but no toilets be warned. highlight was trip to watching sun go down at café mambo wonderful atmosphere and great sunset helped look out for the fire eater hes really good and his final swinging fire bag is worth a photo alone. its a good 25 min walk or a 5 to 8 euro taxi fare the beach next to hotel is nice and sandy and only problem was one day when loads of jellyfish appeared one guy got stung not nice they seemed to disappear next day probably having a day out. all in all we had a great time and would definitely returnMore
Better than I thought ...
We stayed in this hotel between 16th - 23rd September. Having only stayed in 5 star hotels before I was worried that a 3 star would be horrible. I am pleased to say I was pleasantly surprised. The hotel was very clean, the rooms were spacious, and the staff were (mostly) friendly. The food offered a varied choice for each meal, I did feel it was slightly repetitive as in whatever wasn't eaten at dinner time was served up again at tea time. Full English was offered every day for breakfast along with fruit, cereals, omelettes made to order, cakes and toast. Dinner and tea times offered chips every night with a variation of jacket potatoes and mash. Lots of different veg and rices and at least 4 meats. Some nights a vegetarian lasagne was offered which was quite nice. The desserts that were offered were not to my personal liking but again they were varied. As we were all inclusive we also had access to a 'snack bar', not that you really needed it after eating 3 meals a day. The snack bar literally consists of sandwiches in a mini fridge by the bar made using sandwich spread and a freezer of ice creams. Teas and coffees were also available all day. The drinks from the bar also offered a good selection, you don't get brand names but it all tastes the same, well the 'Malibu' did anyway! The bar staff were friendly enough, I did notice a couple of them were taking an unhealthy interest in younger girls, but that was just a quick observation and I didn't hear any conversations happening. Something that kept happening to us is our door cards wouldn't work and we had to keep going to reception to get them re-registered but wasn't a massive problem. The lady on the reception is lovely and was very helpful. Entertainment is inside and wasn't very good, one night we had a chap singing and he was brilliant, unfortunately the rest of time wasn't to our taste. The swimming pool is not big enough for the hotel, especially when people are getting up at 5am to put the towels on the sun beds and then go out all day, this really should be addressed as it is not fair. Same is in hotels though I guess. The final thing I wanted to mention were the Thomson holiday reps. If you want any advice then ask Colin, the girl there is not helpful at all. If you ask her a question she looks at you like you are an alien and an inconvenience for asking her. When she finishes her shift she sits in the bar with her friend and watches everyone walking past whispering and laughing together. This is something I will be taking up with Thomson as she really was very unprofessional. You can jump on the number 1 bus out side of the hotel to get to San Antonio for €1.65 and from there you can get on a bus to virtually anywhere, we went to Ibiza old town for €2 from there. If you want to walk from the hotel to San Antonio to visit the likes of Cafe Mambo, Cafe Del Mar and Savannah you can walk there in about 30 minutes, it's fairly flat so an easy walk. We booked 2 trips whilst staying there; Love Ibiza and Formentera. Love Ibiza was a brilliant day out, the trip to Formentera was overpriced and over rated. The closest thing to the Caribbean they said, it's not at all! The beach is dirty and over crowded and they ask for €10 for a sun bed even bough we were only there for 2 hours and it was the end of day. The trip lasted from 8am til 7pm so a long long day. The only positive thing I can say about that trip is our tour guide was very entertaining. If you have €70 a person to waste then by all means go on this trip but trust me you will have more fun just going to the beach for the day. I hope this review helps those choosing to stay Fiesta Tanit. More
The room was an excellent size biggest room we have stayed in. Loads of wardrobe and cupboard space for your clothes. The bath room had a bath with an overhead shower which is ideal for children if they want a bath. Also a hairdryer not very powerfull, but adequate. The staff at this hotel were very helpful and very friendly. The food was very nice they had quite a good range of food to choose from. I do recommend that you try their flombayed fruit it was very nice. Also there is a small aquarium down a lane directly opposite the hotel which is 5euros to go into, it is a small cave but has baby sharks and different fish in even though it is small its very nice to see. There is a large pool at the back of the hotel but just round the side there is an area for the children which has a small splash pool I found this is the best place to get full sun all dayMore
AMAZING - Can't understand why anyone would rate this hotel terrible!!
Extremely few negative things we experienced during our stay, so ill cover these first. On arrival on checking in the reception staff were ok, not the friendliest, we were given something to sign which was in Spanish, I was a little dubious about signing as I didn’t know what it was I was signing and the receptionist was more concerned about getting us checked in quickly as there was a que behind us rather than explaining what it was I was signing. The second was no free Wi-Fi, anywhere in the hotel. Which honestly wasn’t the end of the world for us, but if you’re a total internet addict then it might be a problem. To have Wi-Fi throughout the hotel it cost £8 per day £20 for 3 days or £30 for 7. Not worth it for us so we didn’t bother. That’s it, that’s all the negative things I can say about this hotel. The rooms are spacious and the beds are comfortable. We had a view of the car park which could get a bit noisy on the balcony at night but as soon as the doors are closed the noise is completely blocked out. There wasn’t a fridge in our room. For anyone complaining about lack of fridges which are necessary for diabetic medication, insulin can be kept at room temperature for a minimum of two weeks, so I really don’t see what the problem with that is. If you would like a fridge it isn’t a problem but does incur an extra charge. There aren’t any tea or coffee making facilities in the room, but any drink can be brought up to your room from downstairs. (You can again get a kettle for an extra charge). All rooms are air-conditioned, and have a ceiling fan, the air con will only come on if the outside temperature is over 24 and the balcony doors are closed. The pool area is large and there was never a time where we couldn’t get a sun lounger. In fact there were always plenty spare. If you want plenty of sun we recommend being on the side closest to the hotel which gets the most sun from mid-day. The other side gets quite a bit of shade from the trees. There was constantly entertainment for both kids and adults around the pool, the entertainers had a knack of getting almost everyone involved, and were very friendly. There is a shallow pool for kids, the main pool where most of the entertainment is, and a quieter adult only pool round the corner from the main pool which is a total sun trap because its sheltered from the breeze. The bar serves a large selection of local drinks, which are really nice and taste like the brand drinks that you would get at home. There is also a lot of fizzy drinks to choose from, Fanta orange, Fanta lemon, coke cola, cola light, coke zero as well as soda water, wine choice is rose, white and red. We can’t comment on the wine as neither of us are wine drinkers, but there were a lot of guests drinking it so we assume it was alright. There is a selection of fresh fruit juices as well such as pineapple, apple, and orange juice, and not forgetting a slush machine for the kids (and adults the bar staff will make you a vodka slush ;)) There is a wide selection of food available, you’d have to be a mega picky eater not to find anything you’d enjoy. Breakfast is lacking on “English” sausage and bacon, but it’s certainly not the worst we’ve had. There’s a fresh omelet cooking station where omelets with your choice of ingredients is cooked fresh in front of you, and your usual hot and cold selection. At lunch there’s a lot to choose from both hot and cold. The hot section has different options every lunch and tea time we never had the same food twice. The food is cooked perfectly and kept nice and hot, it is also changed regularly so you know it hasn’t been sitting there all day. We travelled with Thomsons, the reps are very friendly and easy to approach, and they spend a lot of time at the hotel so if you need any advice or have any problems they’re never too far away. All in all we had an amazing 7 days at this resort and wouldn’t change a thing.More
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