Spent 2 weeks here just after easter. Flight out was on time and transfers quick as one of the first hotels on the way into Corralejo. Took a while to get checked in as only one person on reception but didn't take too long. We had 2 rooms in Block A on the ground floor, 4 adults and 2 children, the rooms were spacious and clean, dated a bit and a few ants found in the bathroom but not really problem. in the middle of the stay we were joined by some friends one had a room in block d and one was by the pool, no one had any complaints really.
Pool area was large and spacious, plenty of sunbeds available, we did reserve some on the way to brekkie at 9.30 as we had a little one and the big pools were very deep so preferred to be near the baby pool, but we were usually by the pool by 10:30-11 anyway. Pools could do with a clean, I used my sons snorkel on the second last day and was glad I left it tell then, but I didn't hear of anyone being ill from using the pools.
Breakfast was probably the best meal, plenty of bread, toasters yes were slow but it takes my toaster about 4 minutes to do 2 slices so not really a problem, cereals available, fruit, cold meats and cheese and cooked breakfast, pancakes, cakes, donuts, croissants, jams, honey etc always available. The cooked breakfast alternated between bacon and fried eggs with sausage and hash browns.
Lunch - snack bar was usually pizza, chicken nuggets hot dogs/burgers, chips, salad and cakes/fruit/ice cream. Restaurant varied and usually had a fish/pasta/meat potatoes, sandwich fillers salad choice of fresh bread and puddings of cakes, creme caramel, ice cream, and mousse. Evening meal was pretty much the same as lunch but would have fresh meat being cooked on the grill - chops, chicken steak and ribs.
The food was great for the first 10 days or so but the last few days it went a bit downhill and did become very repetitive but we always found something.
Drinks are tropical beer which was ok, wine, sangria, local spirits and cocktails, these are made in jugs to make things easier for the bar staff as generally there was only one guy at the pool bar and 2 in the evening bar.
Daytime entertainment was good for the kids and adults, waterpolo, killer pool , darts, basketball, table tennis, volleyball, bingo and scott, emma and mel have the patience of saints. We did not use the mini club it was hotel run and never seemed very busy although as we were leaving signs were going up for airtours kids club so don't know if they were starting in May when it changes to summer season, they did have a club room for it. Evening entertainment was ok but as we were there for 2 weeks things were repeated which was a little tedious. Kids disco started about 8 with dancing and games, More tea vicar was at 8:45 where kids dunk biscuits in tea, fun and harmless. Head to head where people who won games in the day got a certificate, Name that tune, bingo and then the show - west end rocks, the zone (the cube), soul, quiz night where the room is split in two and the compete and local acts.
The hotel is in a good position at the top of the main road, its a pleasant walk down to the harbour, with some nice restaurants in the old square. The shopping centre over the road has some good shops and the market on sunday morning is well worth a look much better than the one at the water park.
All in all we got what we paid for, we were after a break where we literally didn't have to do anything and that was what we got. Weather was ok, got a good tan, it rained on and off a couple of the mornings first thing and most days it was cloudy until lunch time but when the sun came through it was hot.
We were Block A and had no problems :)
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