There’s lively entertainment at these apartments, which are just a short hop from the beach.
These whitewashed apartments overlook a lagoon pool and a smaller, children’s pool. There’s a buffet restaurant, and a cocktail bar that’s known for its regular happy hours.
The apartments are set into the hillside, overlooking the sea. It’s a 10-minute walk to the nearest beach, and to Puerto Rico’s shops, restaurants and bars.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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The sun terrace edges the pool and it's got plenty of space for topping up your tan with sunbeds and parasols dotted around.
You'll find breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the buffet restaurant. A la carte and international menus are also on offer. There are two themed dinners each week and barbecue evenings twice a week, too. Paella is served at lunch on Sundays.
Kids’ Club by TUI Family Life for 3 to 11 year olds, Jul - Aug
Available from July 2017. Designed for 3 to 11-year-olds, our Kids’ Clubs by TUI Family Life offer daytime activities, five times a week. To ensure all activities suit your little and not-so-little ones, we’ve split the Clubs into age groups and tailored the activities for each. Just like in our TUI Family Life resorts, there’s Bamse Club for 3 to 5-year-olds and @611 Club for 6 to 11-year olds, so you and your kids get a taste of the full experience. For your peace of mind, all of our Kids’ Club team are trained to UK standards by TUI, and have undergone relevant checks.
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1 bedroom apartment with pool view and balcony
Soft pastels and large floor to ceiling windows give these 1-bedroom pool-view apartments a bright and airy feel. There's a lounge, kitchenette, satellite TV and air-conditioning. There's also a balcony offering outside space. These apartments sleep 4 with 2 extra beds in the lounge.
1 bedroom apartment with balcony
Soft pastels and large floor to ceiling windows give these 1-bedroom apartments a bright and airy feel. There's a lounge, kitchenette, satellite TV and air-conditioning. There's also a balcony offering outside space. These apartments sleep 4 with 1 extra bed and 1 child bed in the lounge.
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Nice family hotel/holiday.
A late review from me as we stayed in mid July, Revoli Aparthotel was the perfect place for us to spend our family holiday and is in a great location within walking distance of most of what Puerto Rico has to offer. The hotel itself is split over six floors with reception being on the sixth floor and the pool/restaurant on the ground floor, we stayed on the fifth floor quite centrally and we had a lovely view of the sea and a decent view of the pool area. The apartment itself was quite spacious with decent shower room, comfortable bedroom with built in wardrobes and a kitchen area that contained everything you'd need, we had breakfast and lunch most days in our apartment and ate out most nights, each room has a fridge(small freezer compartment) toaster, two ring electric hob, coffee maker, microwave and enough kitchenalia to make your stay comfortable, balconies are a fair size and can be accessed from either the living area or the bedroom, our son slept on a made up bed that was stored away under the sofa each morning, its directly under the aircon unit and was well positioned as he does have a tendancy to overheat at night, aircon was a god send really and it kept the apartment at a lovely temperature day and night when we occupied it, it runs off the key card so can only be activated when your in. We used the restaurant facility on site in the evenings and it was very reasonably priced and in line with what you can find around Puerto Rico for similar money, themed nights are the order of the day with International, barbacue and Italian some of those on offer, its 10 euro for adults and 5 euro for children, this includes starters and desserts and is served buffet style, there is an a la carte menu but we chose not to eat from that, all in all it was fair value for money and we'd certainly eat again in there. Puerto Rico has hundreds of places to eat so if you are going self catering you won't be spoilt for choice. Entertainment is provided by Leo, he has one day off a week on a Saturday but other than that he manages to keep an hotel full off guests happy and entertained form morning till night, water aerobics and water polo for those more active around the pool seem very popular, quizzes bingo and the like are alos on offer and prove quite popular, evening entertainment is varied and every other night an act will come into the hotel and put on some sort of show, happy hour is popular where everything is 2 for 1, Strongbow, Bacardi breezers were my usual tipple and they were about 2.50 for two 330ml bottles which is very reasonable, spirits are local ones but they seemed to do the trick, at lunchtime the poolside bar serves meals like chicken and chips, burgers, pizzas etc... which seemed reasonably priced. Amadores beach is about a 30 minute walk from the hotel along a beautiful coastal path and is a must see, its much better than Puerto Rico's beach and has some lovely restaurants to the rear of it, my favourite would probably be Monaco were you can catch a lovely sunset with a tasty meal and an ice cold beer a taxi back from Amadores is no more than a few euros but its money well spent. , Mogan is well worth a visit on a Friday for market day, its quite picturesque and has a lovely charm about the place. All in all its a great hotel in a great location (around 10 minute walk to the Commercial Centre) and we've booked again to go at the end of July.More
For the price it wasn't bad. We were self catering. Location is pretty good as all of Puerto Rico is hilly this isn't too far up. Taxis cheap. Does have a lot of the stereotypical British tourists, drinking, eating chips and some of the chavier types. Room ok but shower leaks as do most abroad. Enjoyed our holiday.More
Edward W, 186259
We stayed here for a week in July. Upon arrival we were slightly disappointed with our room as our view was of a wall. We spoke to Thomson about moving us but unfortunately the hotel was fully booked so we couldn't move rooms. Although rooms cleaned regularly we did find the ground floor slightly dirty and would not recommend staying on that floor. However my parents room was on the 3rd floor and both their view was lovely and it was always kept clean so I would just suggest asking for a room on a higher floor. We stayed half board food was average and always something for everyone including 2 fussy children. Drinks were reasonable and I would say take advantage of the happy hours! Entertainment was good. Hotel Staff very helpful - my 2 year old had very bad nappy rash and we had to get a taxi late at night to an open chemist and the staff on reception helped to organise one and wrote down what we needed for us to give to the pharmacist which was much appreciated. The hotel is in a good location with a lovely beach a short walk away. Over all we had a lovely holiday and I would recommend this hotel. More
Delightful modernized will stay again
We book this for the 14-21dec 2016 the staff are wonderful the apartment are spotless and it so well maintained its wonderful As it was Scandi season this is one of the most popular with them so it was really quiet even though it was quite full ( no larger louts). I have stayed and lived on the Island and this was the best service I have ever had well done to all the staff ps they have great happy hours twice a day !!!!!More
This is a pretty nice hotel. Nothing really stands out, but its good nonetheless. I didnÂ´t give it an excellent rating mostly because theres hidden costs like paying for the Wifi, paying to weigh your luggage, paying for the sunbed mattress etc. Which is fine, these are minor things, but it makes a nice hotel seem cheap, you know? We did have one nasty incident. We had been gone all day shopping in Las Palmas (from 10.00 to ca. 21.00) and hadnÂ´t been in our room all day. So you can imagine my surprise (horror) when I discovered that my toothbrush was wet and had some small specks of dirt on it! This was also a brand new brush, so it had clearly been used by someone that wasnÂ´t me. And the only person who had access to our room was the cleaning lady. So I went down to the reseption and explained the situation to the guy there. And he sent us new toothbrushes to our room, which I appreciate. But the next we stumbled upon said cleaning lady and she started explaining herself, which was just really uncomfortable. She didnÂ´t speak much english and I donÂ´t speak Spanish, so none of us understood the other. (she must have gotten a talk from the boss) All in all, its a nice hotel with potential to become a great hotel. My experience was unfortunate, but I believe that it does not reflect the hotel as a whole. And maybe she dropped the toothbrush on the ground or something (accident). Either way I dont know, and donÂ´t want to know. Just happy I got a new toothbrush and that everything got sorted out.More
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