This is our third stay at the Riu Palace Jandia. On arrival we were greeted by friendly staff who gave us a glass of cava and an orange juice while we were checked in. We were upgraded to a suite....still don't know why. We had booked the room direct with the hotel. Our cases were taken to the room as we were speaking with reception. The rooms were very clean and a wonderful large balcony overlooking the sea.
Breakfast was superb. Plenty to choose from. Cava to start with!! All food was freshly prepared and of excellent quality. Lots of different salad, ham, cheese. Different types of bread. Lots of diffent fruit and cereal. Show cooking of eggs and omelettes. Steak was available most morningsl, along with various omelettes, bacon, beans, sausage etc. The rooms were cleaned to an exceptional high standard daily and towels were made into swans/elephants/snakes. The cleaning was then checked daily by the supervisor. The air conditioning is quiet and effective. The large bath with shower is great. There is plenty of space in the rooms. Beach towels are provided. There is table tennis, table football and a billiards table in the public area. Plenty of comfortable sun loungers over a large area. Lovely pool. Amazing uninterupted views of the beach and sea. We had a slight problem with the safe and informed reception. Maintenance soon arrived to rectify the problem - our son had input the code in incorrectly too many times. All staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The dinner was super. It was buffet style - plenty to choose from and plenty of variation daily. Again, all fresh and cooked to a high standard. There is the option to have table service if you do not want to have the buffet. Can't comment on this as we always had the buffet. The service is fantastic. Every member of staff work hard to please and a very efficient whilst remaining friendly. The majority of the guests are German and were very nice friendly. Can't comment on the entertainment. The hotel is between the new part of Jandia where there are plenty of bars, restaurants and designer shops and shopping centres. The other part of town is Morro Jable which we preferred. Lots of local character. It is a port that is still used. There is a fish restaurant there that has amazing freshly cooked fish that is not expensive and of excellent quality. The other restaurants and bars in the old town are all of good quality too. The beach was not overcrowded as it is very long!! The sea is crystal clear. The resort is clean and tidy. Our son loved building sand castles and swimming. Fantastic place - wish we were still there. There are quite a lot of steps in and around the hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located near Morro Jable. 3-Storey building. Situated on Jandia beach (several steps lead to the beach). 600 M from Morro Jable. 400 M from various shops. 90 Km from the airport. 200 M from a bus stop. Credit cards accepted: MasterCard, Visa, Diners ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riu Palace Jandia Hotel Morro Del Jable
- Riu Palace Jandia Peninsula
- Hotel Riu Palace Jandia Fuerteventura/Morro Del Jable