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Free breakfast
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Swimming pool toys
Adult pool
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Kid-friendly buffet
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Swimup bar
Poolside bar
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Evening entertainment
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Tennis court offsite
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Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
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Highchairs available
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Car hire
Taxi service
Meeting rooms
Spa
Couples massage
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Shops
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
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Umbrella
24-hour front desk
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Private beach
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Flatscreen TV
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Private bathrooms
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Urbanizacao Lacacao Lote 13 Praia Lacacao, Santa Monica, Boa Vista Cape Verde
Hotel Riu Touareg
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Nestled in a tranquil, secluded location, Hotel Riu Touareg's beautiful beach setting is celebrated by guests, despite the trek from the airport. The hotel's cleanliness receives positive remarks, although some visitors suggest the rooms and amenities could benefit from an update. While the value proposition is questioned by those pointing out high prices and extra charges, the service is often applauded for its professionalism and friendliness. The atmosphere is described as lively, yet some areas seem to need more vibrancy and illumination.
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Voyager399438 wrote a review Yesterday
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Please ignore the poor reviews of this hotel, I have been here for a week with my sister and can honestly say we have had a fantastic week, the hotel is spotless, the food amazing and the staff are just lovely, cannot do enough for you. Yes the hotel is huge, but that's a good thing as there is nothing else there, we managed to get our steps in every day just walking around the grounds. We upgraded to the adults only section, good decision, we have done our fair share of holidays with kids and this time just wanted some peace and quiet, which we certainly got. I'm not a lover of cats, and yes there are a few around but they don't bother you at all, they just wander around. All in all a fantastic hotel and I would highly recommend it if someone wants to just sit in the sun for a week or two, if you want lots going on around you then Cape Verde in general is not for you. Thank you to the team for making our stay so lovely. Ginny and Ellen.
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Traveled with family
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Martin T wrote a review Aug 2022
Sheffield, United Kingdom90 contributions410 helpful votes
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Great family holiday - As with all my reviews I base this on the money I paid against what I expected and wanted. For all that it’s gets a great review from me. So let’s the get the 5 star hotel quality issue addressed first. Of course it’s not 5 star. The Dorchester is 5 star. The definition of a 5 star hotel is flawless guest services in a state of the art facility. Booking through TUI for a summer family break in Africa isn’t going to get you a 5 star hotel. In my view this is a solid 4 star family hotel. What absolutely made this holiday for me were the staff. From the reception staff, bar, cleaners, drivers, gardeners, life guards, etc etc they are all amazingly helpful and friendly. I got this all the way through Cape Verde not only in the hotel. They absolutely could not be more helpful, cheerful, friendly or funny. The hotel itself is a monster in size. It’s not ugly, it’s just a big sprawling castle type settlement that you would expect to find in the Middle Ages in the Sahara. It’s surrounded by nothing and when you get to the island you feel like you’ve landed on Mars. It’s desolate, it’s basically the Sahara desert in the ocean. The beach is absolutely amazing. Imagine the big sprawling sand of Fuerteventura mixed with the palms of the Dominican Republic. There is a cool breeze and palms to hide under. The sea is permanently red flagged and very dangerous. You can paddle but be careful. The waves are beautiful and if you walk left in the morning you may see turtles and crabs. Some even saw hammerhead and lemon sharks from the rocks 1 mile left down the beach. There are two pools for the general population. The infinity pool is far left near block 9. The main pool had a swim up bar. The adult only pool we didn’t try. Sun bed situation can be silly with most gone by 7am. Top tip, use the beach. Lots of beds, nice breeze, 60 second walk to the pool and pool bars. Food was really nice. Yes after 2 weeks you start to crave your home comforts but the choice was amazing. Salads, seafood, steaks, roast beef, turkey, pork, pasta, pizza, burgers, chips. Trays and trays of lovely fruit for every meal. More cakes than you could name. Salad bar was always a favourite and huge selection. Tuna steaks, Grouper fish, crayfish, and many more on the sea food section. Restaurants were v good. Asian was nice, Italian was sound. Cape Verdean was same as main restaurant. Drinks. Ok let’s deal with the watering down thing. Anyone who has worked in a bar or brewery knows that to try and mix water into a pressurised beer system doesn’t work and would cost you more than you saved. It’s just normal 4% beer. They give it you in small cups but you can take bigger cups of your own or just fill your own glass. The pre mixed cocktails aren’t that strong but if you want a decent size gin or rum it’s never a problem. The liquor bottles aren’t watered down. You just get a lot of ice and if you want more gin just ask them to top it up. For all those who say they didn’t feel drunk well that’s a good thing. We should be drinking to enjoy not to get pissed. The bloke who fell off the pool bridge and the 3 ladies put in the recovery position at the bar managed to get drunk so well done them. Luckily the vast majority of the hundreds of guests were sensible. Then mix of people in the hotel is great. British, German, Dutch, French, Portuguese, Romanian, amongst others. Good banter and nice people. Pool side entertainment is good fun. Beach volleyball is a regular highlight with 2 games starting at 10.30. French boules, bingo, water polo. Tennis and football if you want it. Night time entertainment is what you would expect. Some nights they had a a singer whilst you ate. During the day a saxophone player or guitar near the pool side bars. Some evenings were a bit Butlins on stage. It’s remote island off the coast of Africa. They are never going to book Ed Sheeran. We avoid the entertainment at most hotels we go to. I like some background music but I won’t be queueing up for a table at the front each night at any hotel tbh. We might get the cards out. There seemed lots to do for little ones. There’s a small toddler pool attached to the kids club. It’s self contained and looked great. We used to call it baby prison when we walked past. For teenagers there is enough. Pools, beach, activities, lots of people to meet. Excursions we did the turtles night tour. Amazing. Booked with Giggling Geckos. We also did the Sunday bbq with Andrew Worthington (find him on Facebook). It’s in Morabeza and water sports available. Andrew is a great guy and will bend over backwards to help. So in summary we booked our precious 2 week family holiday and loved it. The island feels a bit remote, it’s something different if barren. Weather is 30c all day every day. It’s never cold. Rained 3 days out of 14 and some cloud but we all came back tanned and refreshed. People are amazing. As much as it pains me to say it TUI were really good. I find them pricey and a bit faceless but this time they were great. If you want a solid good standard hotel for some summer family time you can’t you wrong. As a couple you may prefer something more intimate. I got what I paid for and loved it. 5 stars from me. Well done and thanks.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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L M wrote a review Apr 13
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We stayed here for 11 nights and loved it! The resort is huge - the biggest I’ve ever stayed at with a huge pool and lots of sunbeds available. You do need to put towels down on way to breakfast though as it does get busy early. The staff across the resort are all lovely and I would come back here again - the weather in April is so hot - 26-28 degrees everyday with a nice breeze! I recommend a walk along the beach - very peaceful as you get further away from the section infront of the hotel. The rooms are a little outdated compared to other hotels I’ve stayed in, which I seen in a few reviews but it is clean so we weren’t too fussed. Lots of choices available at the main 2 restaurants for meals - we didn’t go to any of the speciality restaurants so can’t comment on those (didn’t seem to be any availably on the app for the Italian so assume you need to book well in advance). The main restaurant is very busy around 7:30 so I’d recommend going a little earlier or later. Overall, I would recommend this hotel if coming to Cape Verde!
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Date of stay: April 2024
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KobbyUK wrote a review Apr 13
Pulborough, United Kingdom82 contributions48 helpful votes
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A lovely family holiday. We just spent a week at the hotel and have come back feeling very relaxed. The resort is huge, we were one room away from being the furthest room in the whole hotel which was fine for us but could be an issue for some. The is also no lift so do request a room on the ground floor nearer the main parts if you have mobility issues. Our room was slightly worn around the edges but the staff kept it wonderfully clean and our huge bed was beyond comfortable, our little one slept on the large sofa bed which was also very comfortable. As mentioned in other reviews there is a sewage smell around the toilets, as long as we kept the toilet door shut it wasn’t an issue. There were plenty of pools and sunbeds, although you did have to put your towels out on the way to breakfast to guarantee you could all sit together. Restaurants were super busy around 730 so try to go before or after. The beach was beautiful but there were red flags the whole time we were there so we weren’t allowed to swim. We did play in the waves, we stayed on the beach and let them splash up our legs. We saw some people just knocked over by them and struggle to get up so do be careful. Overall a lovely holiday.
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Traveled with family
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emzbe wrote a review Apr 12
Aldershot, United Kingdom89 contributions75 helpful votes
The hotel is very large and very well kept. Food The food is plentiful with a lot of choice , how anyone can complain I have no idea. Special mention to our waitress Leontina who was quietly efficient. I didn’t think the drinks were watered down , maybe the pre made cocktails, but you can order any cocktails you want. Rooms Rooms were basic but fine with good air con. They don’t have any toiletries other than soap, which I found surprising in a 5* so bring shampoo , conditioner etc.. there is no lifts , if you don’t want stairs ask for ground floor. Shops Go to the huts on the beach , they are nice people , bring them bottled water , there is a shortage in Cape Verde of water and the hotels take a lot of it. The on site shop is outrageously priced, which is a shame as they had nice stuff. The weather is hot , bring loads of high sun screen ! The WiFi is great ! Plenty of sunbeds Entertainment The entertainment team were disappointing. They would come out put the music on and then disappear. Stretching in the morning and then aqua aerobics at 12., was about your lot for the morning, occasionally they would do something at 12.30-1pm In the afternoon, they would come out at 3pm again on goes the music and the yes nothing really consistently until dancing at 4/4.30 ish . If we asked for water volleyball (which is on timetable) they would chuck a net up and walk off , no game organised. They had a strict over 18 rule for games , so nothing for teenagers. When they occasionally did water carpet? Which kids and teens love , the kids were allowed one go each , the adults as many as they like ! Anderson spent most of the time on the bar area with guests , if this was his job, then yes he was good at it , if it was to organise activities then he really didn’t bother , The mini disco again lazy and disappointing, 1 person up there , they would chuck some boring film on for the kids , the disco was minimal. Excursions We used giggling geckos who were very good. The staff at the hotel are friendly and polite, give the waiting staff a tip , they don’t earn much . I would go back , I would like the annimation to improve, but other then that I was happy !
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Traveled with family
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SkyblueMike37 wrote a review Apr 12
Coventry, United Kingdom22 contributions70 helpful votes
Having stayed at the Karamboa and Palace previously, we were a little dubious, having read some of the negative comments. Well, we had a great family 2 weeks. 4 adults and 2 children. We had virtually adjacent rooms in block 5. Rooms were fine, a/c and fan, large tv with Sky news and some sports channels. Well serviced daily with plenty of water for the fridge and a kettle for tea/coffee. We also had WiFi availability in our rooms. Weather was fantastic, no humidity, fresh mornings turned into lovely clear sunny days. Spent most time at the Infinity pool which overlooks the fabulous Sandy beach, which goes on forever. The children spent time at the main pool where the arranged activities covered darts, shuffleboard, aerobics,football,tennis etc. No mosquitos around! Bonus. All the staff were great, cheerful,smiling always helpful but a very special mention to the crew at the Creole bar,by the Infinity. They worked so hard to make our days so good. Dancing, joking and constantly serving up an endless stream of any drinks ordered, never seen better. We only ate in the main restaurant once and it was busy, all our other meals we had in the Bereber, or the speciality restaurants of which we liked the Italian best. I am no gourmet and always found something satisfying to eat, the wines and beer is available as self serve also. The grounds are beautiful and constantly maintained and communal areas are always being washed. Thank you to all the staff for a great holiday, would happily return.
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Traveled with family
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Claire R wrote a review Apr 11
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After reading reviews I was apprehensive going into this holiday but have to say I was pleasantly surprised. The rooms lack privacy but are comfortable and provide everything we needed. You can't go to a country like this expecting perfect plumbing so the toilets do smell. We took toilet fresh and it rarely bothered us. The staff are amazing. They work tirelessly and couldn't do more for you. The entertainment team gives so much to everything they do and live to make you smile. This made our holiday. The beach is one of the most beautiful I've seen and I am not a beach person. The food is no better or worse than any other all inclusive I've been to. Lots to choose from, freshly cooked and we're happy to help with requests. All in all a lovely family resort and I would definitely go back. An absolute breath of fresh air from the usual canary islands/turkey holidays we take.
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PrincessP0lly wrote a review Apr 11
Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom20 contributions18 helpful votes
Really disappointing Cabo Verde holiday for a 5* Rui. The hotel facilities are good - pools; restaurants - although food is repetitive and little differentiation between specialist restaurants and the larger buffet; rooms are immaculate, hotel is always kept clean and garden areas are neat. The cleaning staff work tirelessly. The weaknesses - as there is not much to do outside the hotel (a few day trips are available - and worth going on) the entertainment team show great team spirit - but lack entertainment of the guests. Suggestions are abruptly dismissed - particularly by Carlos. Stretching / Pilates and aqua aerobics are all provided, predominantly with positivity but the rest is very limited, and restricted. Disappointingly, little use of the resources available - pools, beach etc. Absolutely nothing for teenagers, any one with limited mobility - or for those guests who don’t want to drink alcohol all day. The evening entertainment from the team is equally amateur. The beaches are lovely but the sea is always too rough for even wave jumping. Constant red flag so no swimming. It does offer good value for money, but if visiting Cabo Verde, I suggest you look at the Meliá hotels in Sal instead - which are more customer focused .
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Traveled with family
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Dear PrincessP0lly, Thank you for your review, We are sorry that you left our facilities with these feelings and we are surprised that there was nothing to your liking. We always try to ensure that our guests leave with the desire to return. We appreciate your appreciation for the work of our colleagues and we will certainly take note of your comments to address them with the relevant department and continue to improve every day. We hope that you will give us the opportunity to welcome you back to one of our facilities and that we will be able to offer you the wonderful service and 100% satisfactory stay that we are accustomed to providing. Yours faithfully, Hotel Riu Touareg Online Reputation Manager
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bbadger07 wrote a review Apr 10
Barnoldswick, United Kingdom47 contributions6 helpful votes
Not bad so far, food is good but the hotel is dated but what do you expect for an all inclusive for all the family. Staff are absolutely brilliant. All in all very happy so far...a cat did wee on my bag so keep them at bay...bring some gly spray for your room
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Dear bbadger07, We are grateful for your words. It is of the utmost importance that our guests feel at home with us. Our goal is to know that you enjoyed your holiday in our facilities and we note that we really succeeded. Please do not doubt that we will take note of your comments in order to deal with them with the relevant departments and continue to improve every day. We look forward to seeing you again at any of our facilities and we are looking forward to providing you with the 100% satisfactory service that characterises us so much. Yours faithfully, Hotel Riu Touareg Online Reputation Manager
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Darren D wrote a review Apr 9
Cowes, United Kingdom6 contributions2 helpful votes
Just got back yesterday from a week in the sun here. OK, so it's not 5 star like The Maldives but this was a great place. Marks out of ten: Staff:9 - friendly, happy, and helpful Food:9 - good quality considering they are feeding close on 2000 people a day and surprisingly good variety Beach: 9.5 - right up there with the best Sea: 4 - permanent red flag. This is because of the strength of the waves and the really strong undertow (you can still go paddling but you need to beware). And the colour of the sea was stunning blue Weather: 9.5 - wall to wall sunshine with deceptively high UV (beware of burning) especially as there is an almost permanent breeze / wind Resort: 9 - massive complex but you're never more than 3 minutes from a beach or a pool. Spotlessly clean, gardens were immaculate, never a cue at any of the bars for the free-flowing drinks (not convinced any alcohol was "watered down"). Sometimes had a problem getting a sunbed by the pool (typically, as with so many resorts, people leave their towel on a bed but only use it for about an hour a day) but there was always room under the palm trees on the beach. The main restaurants were good and we were fortunate enough to get a table in a couple of the speciality restaurants but only on the last 2 days of our holiday as these get booked really quickly. The shops in the complex are very very dear - if you want a souvenir, go to the locals in their huts just along the beach. No pressure selling but really friendly nice people. Boa Vista: we didn't do any of the "culture" trips as thought it would be a bit touristy - a bit like a Disney resort. And to be fair, apart from the airport and the resorts it is almost completely barren, We DID do the whale watching which was fantastic. In conclusion, I'd definitely go again but would probably stay in the adults only part of the resort as there were just a few too many unruly kids in the pools. Excellent, and thank you TUI was a really stressful journey too.
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Dear Darren D, Thank you for your comment, which was very pleasing for us to read as we noted that you enjoyed our company and, we understand, that we met your expectations. Please know that we look forward to welcoming you next time at any of our facilities to again offer you a wonderful stay with us. Yours faithfully, Hotel Riu Touareg Online Reputation Manager
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What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Riu Touareg?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a swimup bar, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Riu Touareg?
Top room amenities include a flat screen TV, a pool view, and a sofa.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Riu Touareg?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Riu Touareg?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Riu Touareg?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
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Yes, Hotel Riu Touareg offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
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Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
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The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, and German.
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Many travelers enjoy visiting Pavoacao Velha. (7.7 miles).
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Yes, it offers wheelchair access and facilities for disabled guests. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.