A stay at the Compostela Beach Golf Apartments sets you up with a curvy pool, a nearby golf course, and free entry to one of the world’s top waterparks.
The Compostela Beach Golf Apartments were built from the pool outwards. It’s a lake-like number bang in the middle of the U-shaped site, with a snack bar on one side and views of an 18-hole golf course on the other. Rooms are getting a full refresh for summer 2017, too.
Days out to Siam Park are thrown in as part of the deal here – this place is the top-rated waterpark on TripAdvisor, and you can reach it in five minutes by car. There’s also a crescent-shaped beach 15 minutes’ walk away if you fancy sprawling out on the sand.
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Holidays with unlimited waterpark access
- Kids' clubs at selected hotels
- Unlimited access to a first-rate waterpark
- Around-the-world destinations
- Slides to suit different ages and tastes
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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Access to Siam Park included from May 2017
Siam Park brings a touch of Thailand with added thrills and spills. Big-hitters like the Tower of Power and The Dragon keep the screams coming, while the Mhai Tai River and the huge wave pool are great for all the family. Kids get the Lost City - a fortress teeming with bridges, waterfalls, tipping buckets and 9 slides suited to youngsters.
Siam Park is off-site, but is a five-minute drive from the hotel. Just so you know, food and drink comes at an extra charge and some of the slides come with height restrictions.
- Three attractions have a minimum height of 110cm
- Five attractions have a minimum height of 125cm
- One attraction has a minimum height of 140cm and minimum age of 14 years.
Check out Siam Park's website for more info.
Buffet restaurant with terrace
Main meals are taken care of in the buffet restaurant. Breakfast is a mix of hot options, like scrambled eggs and bacon, plus plate-after-plate of pastries, cold meats and fruit. It’s an international spread in the evening, and a couple of times a week the chefs dabble with Mexican and Italian theme nights.
Light bites are cooked up at the poolside snack bar, and there’s a shady cluster of tables and chairs right beside the water.
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Studios are kitted out with air-conditioning, a kitchenette, TV, tea or coffee facilities, and a hairdryer. There's also a skylight to let in plenty of natural light.
1 bedroom apartment with pool view and enclosed terrace
These 1-bedroom apartments include an enclosed terrace and a pool view. They're complete with a living room, kitchenette with fridge, oven, toaster kettle and coffee maker, plus a flatscreen TV and safety deposit box*.
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Reasonable Hotel for price
This is our second visit to Compostela Beach which has some negatives which I will detail first then move on - we chose a room with a sea view but on arrival we were given a room only a couple down from the previous year. Now, in my opinion, a sea view is open the door and look straight out and that is a sea view. You should not need to look to the right to gain a sea view - see photo. That aside this is reasonable hotel but their rooms needs updating; I note in some of the Hotel responses this is being done Summer 2017. Certainly some of the facilities are tired and need replacing but that is par for the course in any hotel. So look forward to any future visit and improvements having been made. There was a lack of air conditioning and relied only on a ceiling mounted fan, this was okay for the last week of March where evenings are definitely cooler but in the height of summer...not so likely. The pool area is large with plenty of sunbeds a little spoiled by the number of beds with towels and no-one present for several hours to occupy them. Staff need to deal with this as it is unfair to other guests. As regards food and drinks we were self catering but did make use of the pool bar and food on several occasions; we all found that the food was excellent and the service equally so. Reception was very friendly and helpful although when we tried to purchase internet use they advised there was an issue and we were unable to order. As a result we didn't bother after that which in this day and age really needs to be much better. The cleaners were very nice and friendly despite the language differences and the rooms were meticulously cleaned every day except Wednesday. The hotel is literally only yards from the beach as you can see from the photo and you have a small shopping centre directly next door and many restaurants of all types from cheap to expensive within 10 minutes walk in either direction. There are also some very nice shops for clothes, shoes, jewellry, and foodstores in the same walking distance. A 15 to 20 minute stroll will take you to Los Cristianos with more shopping, restaurants etc. If you stay next to the beach it is nice and flat but there are gradients when you move away from the beach area. The internet signal on phones is not great as it is only 3G and the strength will vary greatly, so okay if you want to FaceTime home (if you have Feel at Home or similar) or text but strangely not if you want to look up web pages. Not sure why but Movistar was the common supplier. Overall this is a nice resort which is reasonably quiet wherever you go and can recommend a visit.More
Really nice hotel!
The room was clean, and cleaned every day besides Wednesday but we didn't mind. The staff was helpful and polite. Swimming pool was clean and the food in the restaurant was good and so were the drinks. We didn't expect too much but we were pleasantly surprised by how good the hotel was.More
Compostela Golf II
We've stayed at this complex a couple of times before because the apartments are very spacious and clean with bedding and towels changed regularly. The double bedroom has a massive sliding door mirrored wardrobe too, so no scrabbling for space here. The bathroom is also well proportioned. The kitchen is smaller but has basic equipment for cooking and utensils/crockery as well, along with a fridge freezer, toaster, kettle etc - no washing machine - although there is one on site if needed. We stayed board only as we bought/made our own breakfast and usually ate out for the rest of the day. The complex is right opposite Parque Santiago VI which has an extremely reasonably priced Mercadona supermarket amongst its shops & cafes so we food shopped there. It's a short walk into either Los Cristianos or PDL Americas from the complex and that was fine for us as we enjoy the exercise. Yes the pool at the complex is always full with children but that didn't bother us. There are plenty of sunbeds for adults to use. Can't comment on food served at the complex as we didn't eat there. Our only wish is that the apartments could be updated and refurbished as they look tired (particularly the kitchen area and the IKEA type basic furniture and beds which definitely aren't comfortable). At least the flat screen Tv worked, as did the WiFi (pay extra for that, oh and the safe in your room too, if you want to use that).More
Great hotel, hear everything, there is a supermarket that is open late, a bar and restaurant beside the pool. Pool entertainment and fashion show, selling the items the models were showing. There are comfortable beds and others that are not so comfortable. Recommend you do little-red-riding-hood and try them all out. The beach is not far and there are plenty of restaurants nearby. Bedrooms were very comfortable. More
Average hotel resort
I stayed here in February 2017, in an open plan loft/attic apartment room, with a sleeping area with 2 single beds adjoined with the living room/lounge area (with a small settee, tv table and a chest of drawers - all wicker; and a small flat screen tv - quite a few tv programmes, including spanish, finnish, swedish, english and danish from what I can recall). There is a clothes rail/shelving unit with shelves and hangers). The open plan also has a kitchen with a table & chairs for 2 people, ceramic stove, small fridge with a freezer compartment, sink and small work top. Some kitchen utensils, the basics - cups, glasses, plates, basic cutlery, frying pan, pots, bowls, etc.). The toilet was airy, with a shower unit. Not much light and no views - apart from the sky - since this was an attic room, there was a roof window only. The noise carries itself through the hotel complex, and you can hear the band playing in the evenings. You can also hear the next door neighbors cough. So a pair of earplugs might come handy. From the hotel pictures the pool looks really big, however in reality it's quite small and full of kids all day long. There is a shopping centre across the road with a few cafes/restaurants, shops (H&M, Desigual, etc) and supermarket - Mercadona, open Mon-Sat - where you can shop. The hotel is approx 10-15 minute walk (depending how mobile you are, could take longer) from the beach promenade and nearest beaches. I personally really liked Playa del Camison. I would say the hotel is OK, a bit pricey for what it is though, it is quite dated and to get to some of the hotel rooms you have to walk through a labyrinth of corridors. Wifi is payable, not free of charge, at least for the price I paid for the room.More
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Just so you know, food and drink at Siam Park comes at an extra charge and some of the slides come with height restrictions. Three attractions have a minimum height of 110cm, five attractions have a minimum height of 125cm and one attraction has a minimum height of 140cm with a minimum age of 14 years.