Stunning sea views and a giant list of sports and activities are just a couple of the plus points of the TUI MAGIC LIFE Fuerteventura.
There’s a lot to be said about this all-action hotel, starting with the views. Thanks to its high-up position on a plateau above the beach, you can look out towards the horizon from most of the property.
As you’d expect from TUI MAGIC LIFE, this hotel’s facilities are aimed at keeping you on your toes. Think sports matches, fitness classes, and interactive entertainment. That said, the pools and the wellness centre provide a contrast.
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- Floors: 2 or 3
Taking All Inclusive to the next level
- 24–hour All Inclusive
- Beachfront locations
- Extensive sports programme
- Professional entertainment team
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected locally produced alcoholic and soft drinks. House wine in the buffet and speciality restaurants. Sandwich corner, light buffet and snacks available at set times.
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5 outdoor pools
It's all about the pools here, and it's no wonder. Not only can you grab yourself a prime spot for a sea view, but each pool has a pergola area with sunbeds, great for cooling off on those lazy days. There's one that's for adults only, too.
Magic Mungo Club
This is definitely the place to be. With parties, games, pool games, shows, picnics and a great playground, there's plenty to keep the little ones well entertained. For ages 3 to 6 years, available 6 days a week.
3 speciality restaurants
Choose from a great range of dishes for dinner. You'll get 1 visit here per week included in your All Inclusive. These places are only open on select days, so you'll need to reserve a table 24-hours ahead. Gentlemen are required to wear full-length trousers for dinner.
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Private Lodge Junior Suite With Balcony And Whirlpool Bath
These private lodges are for adults only.
Twin Room with Balcony or Terrace
These light twin rooms are designed as a good base for exploring the local area. There’s room for up to 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom. You’ll find a balcony or terrace outside which is perfect for that extra bit of space. You’ll have a TV, ceiling fan and centrally controlled air-conditioning available from April to October.
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Simple, yet so well done!
Myself and my partner stayed here for one week. We had a standard double room with a sea view. The rooms are immaculate and cleaned well every day. There is a bath with a shower and a sink and toilet. There is a hairdryer. Double rooms are 2 single beds pushed together (after all that food, who wants to be that close to their partner anyway!?) There was a small balcony with 2 chairs and a table. The real plus of this hotel is that as far as food and drink is concerned, they really seem to have thought of everything. Drinks....local wine, beer and spirits, all of which were good quality and not watered down. They also serve cocktails as part of the all inclusive (I have never come across this) Food - All tastes are catered to. From a full English (proper sausages and baked beans) to pancakes with syrup for breakfast to shell on prawns and steak for dinner. There was so much food to choose from and all well prepared and tasty. The food was by far the best all inclusive I have been to. They also have a child level food bar with both healthy and treat options. There is separate dining area for adults only. Much quieter and better atmosphere. The pools are somewhat fresh, but I imagine in the summer heat, they are a welcome break from the heat. The food served at lunch time at The pool bar was just as good as the main restaurant. Just a smaller selection. The evening entertainment was not really to my taste, more directed at younger families. The staff at this hotel really do make it work. The entertainment team are very friendly and engaging and the bar and waiting team are without doubt the hardest working people I have seen. The only negative is the themed restaurants. In particular 'Downtown' was absolutely terrible. I was very disappointed considering the quality of the food everywhere else. This hotel doesn't try to be something it's not. Simple and very enjoyable. More
Nice and sunny
Just spent a week at this hotel weather was lovely during the day but chilly and windy at night so bring a jacket . Breakfast , lunch and dinner all good and lots of choice . Wine was ok and so was the gin and honey rum , coffee was gross . Rooms do not have tea/coffee making facilities in them and we were in block 20 and by the time you fetched ur hot drinks they were cold when you got back to the room . If your into fitness I can recommend this hotel always lots going on , or u can do nothing like us . This hotel is not suitable for people who love the beach but cannot climb steep steps to the beach . The beach is very naturist parading naked up and down and mainly consists of old people. More
Bella B, 186224
Great bit of winter sun
Returned from a great week away last Friday, Everything about this hotel was better than expected. We stayed in block 14 which had a fantastic sea view, it was difficult to drag myself of the balcony. Food was fantastic, if you cant find anything to your taste for breakfast/lunch/tea you must be a real fussy eater. Weather was also better than expected ( 22-26 degrees ) more than warm enough for regular dips in the sea and the pool. An added little bonus was feeding the chipmunks on the way to the beach. The staff were all very friendly and made quick service at the bars !!! Only negatives were check in and booking the 3 specialist restaurants, which took a while and made early starts for as relaxing holiday. Restaurants were usually fully booked by 10am. Food in all three restaurants was fantastic i would recommend you do all three. On the whole a fantastic bit of winter sun. I would definitely return.More
Located on the Southern tip of the Island, over an hours drive from the airport. Reaching here is like an oasis after a trip through a desolate landscape. The complex is large and well maintained. Right by a good beach which is accessed down steep steps. Our room was in block 15 on the upper floor with a good sea view over the main pool area. Twin beds pushed together, nice balcony, very quiet. Aircon is reasonable, there is also a ceiling fan. Free use of safe, which I had a problem with and was quickly and efficiently resolved. No kettle. Small fridge. Decent bathroom with full-size bath and shower. Good daily maid service. No wristbands here - first all inclusive without for ages! Bottled water is always available at various stations. The bar service is quite efficient and rarely had queues. The main buffet restaurant ‘Magico’ is very big. You queue for entry at evening dinner and are seated, there is bottled wine on the table and the extensive buffet has choices to suit all palates. The dress rules are largely ignored. Breakfast is disorganised and chaotic. It is very busy with no table allocation and the first challenge is to find a set table! Toasters are a waste of space. There is a vast choice of food, so you certainly won’t go hungry but the experience is not a relaxing one. The ‘Egg Man’ is notably miserable - (more like The Walrus Coo coo ca choo!) Lunch is a bit more civilised and never as busy, much easier to find a table. We found the food quality and range of choice very good. There are 3 Speciality Restaurants and you can use each once during a weeks stay. The booking system is ludicrous and time consuming. At 0800 One girl taking bookings for all 3 restaurants for the following day only! Lengthy queues (Up to 45 minutes!) and you have to undergo this 3 times to experience each venue!! Come on Management - this system needs sorting for your Guests benefit! The Flavour is a tasting menu and was a delicious experience Bodega is a taps style Downtown is ‘street food’, but it was an enjoyable meal Thursday lunch there was an outside BBQ. Wi-fi is free and generally good, but did drop out a few times for lengthy periods. There is an extensive programme of Activities for adults, a Kids Club and daily Entertainment schedules. Shows are held in the large Theatre - mostly dancing/ mime performances, some vocalists A walk along the beach of about an hour will take you to Pájara /Jandia/Morro Jable. (Or catch the public bus No 1 or 5 @ €1.40)Go past the aged nudists and head for the lighthouse. There are shops, cafes, restaurants and bars a plenty. The walk can be difficult if the tide is in. We enjoyed our week here.More
Stayed here for 2 weeks, stayed in the private lodges which were brilliant although ready for a spruce up. The private pool etc was lovely and quiet. The main area was full of things to do. Food was great. Night entertainment was good too with live DJ's etc. Quite a queue at the bars and main restaurant were the down sides but would definitely recommend.More
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