This beachfront hotel has a big set of pools and an even bigger range of sports and activities, with everything from archery to mountain biking on the bill.
Things at this hotel are geared towards keeping busy, with a packed line-up of sports, fitness and entertainment. Just want to chill? They’ve got that sorted, too. There’s a long beach and 5 pools.
Perched on a site overlooking Playa de Esquinzo beach, this place comes with knockout views of the sea. Head down a few steps and you’re right on the sandy beach.
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- Floors: 2 or 3
Taking All Inclusive to the next level
- 24–hour All Inclusive
- Beachfront locations
- Extensive sports programme
- Professional entertainment team
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Snacks, sandwich corner and a light buffet.
Afternoon tea and coffee. Selected locally produced alcoholic beverages and soft drinks. House wine in the buffet and themed restaurants. 24-hour lobby bar - Wunderbar.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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5 outdoor pools
It's all about the pools here, and it's no wonder. Not only can you grab yourself a prime spot for a sea view, but each pool has a pergola area with sunbeds, great for cooling off on those lazy days. There's one that's for adults only, too.
Magic Mungo Club
This is definitely the place to be. With parties, games, pool games, shows, picnics and a great playground, there's plenty to keep the little ones well entertained. For ages 3 to 6 years, available 6 days a week.
3 speciality restaurants
Choose from a great range of dishes for dinner. You'll get 1 visit here per week included in your All Inclusive. These places are only open on select days, so you'll need to reserve a table 24-hours ahead. Gentlemen are required to wear full-length trousers for dinner.
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twin room with sea view and balcony or terrace
These twin rooms are designed with a warm and homely feel. There’s room for up to 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom. If you go through the french doors, you’ll find a balcony or terrace overlooking the sea. There’s a TV and ceiling fan. Plus the centrally controlled air-conditioning is available from April to October.
1 bedroom family room with balcony or terrace
These 1 bedroom family rooms are designed with a warm and inviting feel. There’s room for up to 4 with a twin bedroom and 1 sofa bed. Outside you’ll find a balcony or terrace which is ideal for that extra bit of space. Rooms come with a TV and ceiling fan. And the centrally controlled air-conditioning is available from May to October.
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Loved it !!!
Beautiful setting :) We loved it, the hotel area was clean, very clean in fact. The service on all crew was high and it felt very good to stay there. We stayed in the privat area and top floor, with a huge room. We were so suprised when we entered the room, we never expected the size. The terrace was also huge, with a beautiful view to the ocean, swimming pool and sky as far as you could see, Loved it :) :) :) The cleaning of the room was perfect and really nice serviceminded staff. The food was very good and good variation :) From the hotel area you could, on an easy short walk reach the beach with plenty of space. We went swimming almost every day and it was wonderful :) There is also a nice windsurfing/kite store at the hotel were you can book course to learn or rent board and other tours. Excellent service on staff there too. We will come back, dont have to think twice about that :) All I have to say "Thank you Magic Life and especially a BIGTHANK YOU to the staff".More
Sports are at there home there
really big big hotel, with great service, food was very tasty and diversified, we had spent two weeks there and didn't get bored. You can participate at planty of activities all day long such as fitness as funny ones. Professional tennis coach ðð¾, all you need if you're a sport lover. Nice beach ð, in December the ocean wasn't too cold for swim.More
another fabulous break
Just returned from our seventh stay and what a great time as the standards remain excellent.The staff are all hardworking and seem happy to help whatever the need with a smile and genuine care for customers.We were in block 20 and had a spotless room with great maids and and lovely courtyard garden.The food is superb with a choice for all and is checked regularly by senior chefs to keep the quality high.We arrived New Years Eve after a delay and had the usual warm welcome at reception with a quick check in we then enjoyed the fabulous fireworks display and cava for all flowing.This is a true all inclusive hotel unlike some rivals nearby who have complicated structures without clarity and charge for items that are standard at magic life.We are back in April and are planning further visits.More
after having a bad experience with a all inclusive hotel in sharm I was apprehensive in booking another ai , but I'm glad we did , a charming, clean hotel with good food and drink which is truly 24hr, rooms are spacious ,free wifi ,free safe, beach towels. the hotel is on an elevated postion so access to beach is via steps ,not too bad .beach to left of hotel facing sea is nice , but 5 mins drive will get you to sotavento beach which is really nice ,just find sign for risco el paso on main road ,north bound from hotel excellent value @ Â£440 pp for 10 nights. I'll doubt you'd find better for the money,which allows you 13euros a day for car hire (auto reisen booked online and pick up @ airport),which really helps you expore this lovely little island. this hotels makes a perfect base .More
What is not to like about this hotel
We had the pleasure of staying at this hotel recently. We stayed for 11 nights, travelling with Thomson. The flights, which departed on-time, were probably the most uncomfortable we have had. The seats, and the space between them, seemed to be the smallest we have encountered. There was no in-flight entertainment, indeed there were no TV monitors on board at all. Having landed in Fuerteventura, it was wonderful to be able to relax in the rather more luxurious seating area in the coach for transfer to Jandia. We were very pleased with what we found when we arrived at the hotel. Our room was very pleasant with a pool view. The beds were comfortable and the shower was powerful. The English language television channels were restricted, but we did have BBC1. Having said that we only had the TV on when we were getting ready for dinner etc. This is the first all-inclusive we have been to where you could eat and drink 24 hours a day, and we were encouraged to take bottles of wine back to our room from the restaurants. The food was excellent. There was always plenty of choice, sometimes too much choice, and it was disappointing, somewhat, when we were too full to try all that was on offer. We donât usually like the desserts, but here was an exception. There are three a la carte restaurants, but we felt there was no need to bother with any of these. Drinks-wise tea, coffee and other soft drinks were available 24 hours a day. There were water stations scattered around where different types/sizes of bottled water could be taken from chillers. There were always bottles of prosecco on ice in the restaurants and barsâ¦ even at breakfast. Beer, wines, spirits and cocktails were all available 24 hours a day with very little, if any, queueing. Staff-wise, the hotel couldnât be faulted. They were all courteous and hardworking. The rooms were thoroughly cleaned daily. The animation team were very good, leading the dancing etc each night. This hotel has a very varied keep fit programme daily. Aerobics, aqua-aerobics, spinning, aqua-spinning, mini-trampolines etc. Add to that heavy punch-bags, weights, exercise bikes, treadmills and facilities for football, basketball, tennis and table-tennis. It was obvious many of our fellow guests were âreturnersâ. So many had brought their lycra, and many had their specialist cycling shoes and go-pros to record their bike rides on the roads throughout the area. There are swimming pools which seem to run right through the middle of the complex, plus a private pool within the naturist area, which seemed the busiest area on the complex during the day. There was hardly a sunbed to be had in the naturist area all day every day, it was so popular. We know it would be nigh on impossible, but if ever there was an area on the complex which needed enlarging this would be it. The journey to the beach was perhaps just as gruelling, downâ¦ or back up, the many steps. Thankfully the pool bar was at the top of the steps, as a cold beer (or two) and a seat were most welcome when we got to the top.More
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