Fuerteventura

The view from our room was excellent.

I decided to get some winter sun, so I asked my cousin if she would like to fly to Fuerteventura for a few days before Christmas. I decided to book after finding flights for under £40 return on RyanAir for 3 days, 2 nights.

We booked this hotel as it was the cheapest all inclusive I could find on the island that looked decent enough to go to.

It takes nearly 2 hours to get from the airport to the hotel on a coach transfer, but that’s pretty much down to the amount of stops before this hotel, as it was the last one on the route.

The hotel is very clean, well laid out and they’ve put a lot of effort into making the hotel a really nice place to stay. The gardens/pool area and all of the walkways were really nicely designed. The pool was spotless, and one of the pools was heated, meaning it can be used even when the air temperature is under 20 degrees.

The room we were given was excellent, you could see the pool and the sea from the balcony which you can see in the photo I’ve attached.



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The room was huge! As it was me and my (female) cousin staying, it was good that they provided twin beds, but even better that both of the sofas were pretty much beds anyway, so we had separate rooms.

The room included a huge bathroom, balcony, a kitchen area with a fridge and hot plate, a large bedroom with about 5 mirrors for some reason, and a really, really old CRT TV.

The beach is literally a 2 minute walk away and it’s so clean. The sea is really nice and clear, and there are showers there to clean the sand off before walking back to the hotel.

I would book this hotel again if I was going to Fuerteventura again, but it’s not likely I’ll do that, as there’s not much to do on the island. I actually can’t think of anything to do there apart from chill in the sun. If that’s what you’re looking for, that’s great. If not, you’d be pretty bored.



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