As well as a private beach with watersports, you’ve got five pools. There’s plenty in the way of food and drink, too, thanks to four restaurants and three bars. Badminton, darts and tennis are on the activities line-up. There’s also a gym and a spa.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
From volleyball to banana boat rides, there’s loads to keep you busy at the beach. Elsewhere, you can play badminton, tennis or darts. Little ones can make a splash in the aqua zone – it's got a huge pirate ship at its centre, along with waterslides. There’s a shaded playground for kids, too.
- Beach volleyball
- Tennis court
FOOD & DRINK
Around-the-world dining is the theme at the Al Marjan buffet. You’ve also got four à la carte eateries to choose from, including the Italian*, a Turksih Meze place, and a Chinese restaurant.
A nautical-themed pub, known as The Anchor*, dishes up British-style fish and chips, and roast dinners that come complete with Yorkshire puddings. Cocktails and cake are served throughout the day at the Lounge Bar. And, you've got the option of grabbing a hot drink or snack from the coffee house, too.
The Brasserie offers varied cuisine, featuring classic European and home-made dishes. Meals on the menu include roasted rack of lamb, coq au vin, duck and grilled salmon. Drinks-wise they've got a range of beer, wine and coffee.
- Al Marjan international buffet restaurant
There's a range of international and local dishes on offer, along with live cooking stations serving up fresh meals.
- Italian restaurant*
This place is known as Vespa it offers a range of authentic Italian dishes, with meals like, ravioli, risotto and gnocchi.
- Broadwalk pool bar
Serving up fresh fruit juice and mocktails.
- Sho Fee Rooftop Bar
There's a DJ playing chilled-out tunes at this bar, it's set on the 9th floor, so views here are pretty impressive.
- Anchor restaurant and bar*
The menu here caters for all tastes, they've got British classics and European favourites. And the bar area has big screen TVs, a darts board and a pool table.
- Lounge bar
Offering light snacks, coffee, tea, cocktails and soft drinks.
- New Year's Eve gala meal
If you're staying with us on an All Inclusive board basis, you can join us for our New Year's Eve gala meal.
- Meze restuarant
This place serves up a range of Turkish dishes.
- Sanchaya restaurant
The menu here specialises in Chinese dishes.
A British style pub serving traditional dishes, options include fish and chips.
- Coffee House
HEALTH & BEAUTY
A Hammam and a steam room are among the facilities at the Eforea spa*. As for treatments, you’ve got everything from Swedish massages to exfoliating facials.
The state-of-the-art gym is well-stocked with weights and running machines.
The spa offers luxurious treatments like mud masks, body scrubs and exfoliation therapies.
- 24-hour fitness centre*
A DJ provides the backing track at the Sho Fee rooftop bar, an ideal spot for post-sunset drinks. From time to time, there’s live music on at The Anchor*.
Pools are dotted throughout the grounds. The main one is a large, L-shaped number, just footsteps from the beach. Elsewhere, you’ve got a couple of smaller pools that come with shade-bearing canopies.
Children get a couple of pools to themselves. Snacks and fresh fruit juices are available from the poolside bar.
- 5 outdoor pools
There's five good-sized pools to pick from, each one framed by plenty of sunbeds. And the biggest one is right by the beach, overlooking the sea and volleyball pitch.
- 650m private beach
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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