You can choose from family suites to swim-up rooms. There are even special adults-only zones, ranging from rooms to child-free pools.
On TUI SENSATORI holidays, mix and match archery and yoga with language and culinary sessions. Or, unwind with a signature spa treatment.
Each resort has at least three à la carte restaurants in the All Inclusive offering. That’s on top of a globe-trotting buffet.
Top performers star in our professional shows. And our childcare is industry leading, with the Play House and multi-sensory nurseries.
IN Lyttos Beach, Heraklion Area, Greece
Fri 26 Oct 2018, Manchester
4 Nights - All Inclusive
IN Uvero Alto, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Thu 19 Jul 2018, Bristol
7 Nights - All Inclusive
IN Negril, Jamaica
Wed 10 Oct 2018, Birmingham
7 Nights - All Inclusive
IN Cala Tarida, Ibiza, Spain
Mon 22 Oct 2018, London Luton
3 Nights - All Inclusive
IN Riviera Maya, Mexico - Caribbean Coast, Mexico
Thu 13 Sep 2018, Manchester
7 Nights - All Inclusive
IN Side, Antalya Area, Turkey
Sat 21 Jul 2018, Birmingham
3 Nights - All Inclusive
IN Fethiye, Dalaman Area, Turkey
Thu 19 Jul 2018, Exeter
3 Nights - All Inclusive
IN Aphrodite Hills, Cyprus
Sat 21 Jul 2018, East Midlands
4 Nights - All Inclusive
Atlantica hotels and TUI Sensatori know how to make holidays great. From the moment you get to Sensatori Crete hotel until the moment you leave you’re looked after. On arrival I received a glass of sparkling wine and was quickly checked in and shown to the restaurant that had been left open for a light snacks. Our suitcases had been taken to our rooms while we ate and when we got there we were amazed by our private pool suite as the rooms were huge and well presented with modern decor. There was a large range activities put on and I enjoyed everything from sunset yoga and awakening tai chi which are part of your all inclusive. The food range in the main restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner were varied and well presented. At points the food was luke warm but it is what is to be expected in a large buffet. The included A la Carte restaurants were amazing, the Greek Red Saffron service and food was awesome. I’d recommend going on a night that isn’t your leaving BBQ night. The Mexican has the best ribs ever! For drinks I used the Guru adults bar and I always received great service in the day and evening, it was a nice escape as it never felt crowded. The pools were good, I only used the adult pools only but they were always clean but sometimes a little chilly for June. Overall an amazing holiday and I would recommend it to anyone.
Having landed back in the UK this morning after a week at this superb hotel I'm feeling a little confused... The hotel is superb but the beach is awful - as soon as you get off the bus you can smell the seaweed and throughout the day you get wafts of the smell! The whole stretch of beach is covered in thick and I mean thick seaweed and the water is just one mass of weed totally impossible to swim in and the hotel displays a red flag at all times. There are a gang on men working tirelessly on the beach trying to clear it but they're trying to remove literally hundreds if not thousands off tons of weed with a fork and wheel barrow! I also felt a little bad sat drinking my cocktail at the beach bar whilst a poor bloke 2 or 3 times my age comes trundling past with a barrow full of weed! This means the only real place to sun bath and swim is around the hotel which is absolutely fine but you could do that at a nice hotel in Majorca/Tenerife and save yourself the hassle of a 10 hour long haul flight. I'm a beach lover and so go to the Caribbean for the whether/beaches and have had to spend the last week sat around the pool. Now I'm fully aware its not the hotels fault and its nature causing the issues but if you want a stunning beach to look at and swim in turquoise waters you're better off going a few miles up the coast to Cancun itself which doesn't appear to be suffering half as bad with the weed. If you like to lounge around the pool then save yourself the hassle of a long haul flight and just book a nice Sensatori / Sensimar / H10 etc etc alot closer to home. The hotel, the staff and the restaurants are all absolutely superb and I can't fault them in any way and if the beach was to sort itself out in the next few years then I'd certainly consider returning to this hotel however due to the above reasons I won't be returning anytime soon I'm afraid.
I don’t often write reviews but I feel as tho this hotel deserves it after seeing several negative reviews! You can’t please everyone I’m sure but this is the best all inclusive resort I’ve stayed at with very minor faults. The resort as a whole is beautiful. ROOMS - Absolutely beautiful rooms, very very spacious and clean, equipped with hairdryer (not very powerful but it did the job), iron and ironing board, toiletries, safety deposit box. Minibar fridge included and topped up daily, big comfy bed, for some reason we were put in block 4 which is the family section and it was only me and my partner but not complaining as it was lovely and quiet. Jacuzzi big enough for 2 which we used most nights with a full bottle of bubble bath which they provide and restock daily, it was lovely - make sure you let the water cover the jets completely otherwise you’ll spray the whole room. WiFi is free, we got decent WiFi all through the resort. POOLS - People do get up very very early to reserve sun-beds, we didn’t have a problem getting a bed though and we didn’t get up to reserve them, didn’t go to the adults only bit. Swim up bars are lovely. Very big pools and were cleaned a lot whilst we were there. There are always waiters coming around to ask whether you’d like a drink and it wasn’t very often we were without one. FOOD - I am a fussy eater and didn’t have a problem finding something to eat. There is a strict dress code for all, men got turned away if they showed up in sleeveless vests. The restaurants can be visited as many times as you like and you don’t have to make reservations which is nice, there are some waits but the longest we waited were half an hour. SPOON - The main buffet, lots to chose from and a lot of selection, they do different theme nights (Indian, Chinese, Mayan etc), the omelettes at breakfast were lovely! TAPAZ - Soon fills you up and it was beautiful food, think they change the menu twice a week. SIENA - The Italian, it had just been refurbed when we had got there so there were quite long waits but they do have a bar to have a drink before you eat, again food was lovely! ZAVAS - The Caribbean, this one was my favorite! We ate here twice I recommend the coconut soup and beef tenderloin at dinner! Gorgeous food! ZOCALO - The Mexican, I didn’t rate this but again it is preference, I much prefer the English version of Mexican food! Although fun atmosphere with sombreros and waiters pouring tecquila down your throat! LE CHIQUE - Didn’t eat here, was quite disappointed really as I would have liked to have tried it, difficult to reserve a table and I cued several times to try. I think everyone should get the opportunity to try here if it is all included!! PIZZA DUDE - Ate here for lunch a few times, the pizzas are beautiful stone baked! BEACH BBQ - Ate lunch here a few times also, the burgers were lovely! ROOM SERVICE - We ordered breakfast a couple of times and a few meals at night, again all included in the price and no extra cost 24/7, I think this is the only hotel I’ve stayed where room service is included. BARS - The Mojito is the only bar open until 2, mojitos are lovely and they have a decent cocktail menu! Wave bar/shisha bar is quite a nice chilled atmosphere at night too. STAFF - All staff deserve recognition for their hard work from the receptionists to the guys clearing the beach. They all work extremely hard to cater for your needs. From the minute you arrive to the second you leave they couldn’t do enough for you and get paid peanuts. Obviously tipping is optional but they deserve it. Big thanks to Rosa for the clean room everyday and the lovely towel art. Alex and Diego from the entertainment team very amusing. And Louis never let you go without a drink. ENTERTAINMENT - I didn’t watch much of the evening entertainment as they had a lot of singers and I prefer shows but there is always something on in the evening. Volleyball by the pool twice a day and other activities but I liked to just slob and sunbathe! EXCURSIONS - We swam with dolphins which we did via dolphin discovery and pre booked before we went - amazing experience. Booked snorkelling with turtles and cenote experience and Chichen Itza at the hotel, booked with the guys at the hut near the pool (Bahia maya) though as I found TUI very overpriced! Both really good and would recommend. Went to playa del carmen for a few hours where your same taxi driver waits for you. Was nice to have a day out the resort even though it is lovely you are just in the middle of nowhere and nothing is in walking distance. Taxis however are very very expensive!! BEACH - Yes there is a bit of a seaweed problem which is a shame cause I love a good beach and swimming in the sea. But there were reg flags out for the duration we were there. But you can’t blame the hotel for Mother Nature and I think it’s the same all the way down the coast! SPA/GYM - Didn’t use the spa as I found the prices to be extortionate! The gym looked pretty good, I did fully intend on going a couple of times whilst I was there but my laziness took over me and I much preferred to lie around the pool and relax. CURRENCY - We took a mix of pesos and dollars, next time I would just take one or the other. They accept either. Overall I would definitely recommend this hotel and would return tomorrow if I could. I would 100% like to revisit. My only moan would be the Le Chique - I think all visitors should get the opportunity without having to cue for hours daily! And if you get a little leaflet posted through your door about a “complimentary” experience of some sort it’s a con, they want you to sit through a 90 minute chat to try and persuade you to become a premium member and then you have to pay money for the experience they were offering you. Luckily we clocked on and said no. Also take no notice of the weather forecast, it was forecast thunderstorms for 10 solid days and didn’t have any, probably had about 15 minutes of rain for the duration we were there and then the rest was glorious sunshine!!!
We stayed in the adult section of the hotel complex for a wedding. there were over 90 of us in the group so we occupied areas all over the complex. First the plusses - service is great and the people that work there friendly. We found the food to be above average, but they are not fast unless you eat a the buffet. We are from the northeast and have a tendency to become impatient if things take too long. If you are in a rush - go to the buffet otherwise get a drink and chill till the food comes. Never got a chance to try out the top restaurant as we could not get reservations -It is the only one that requires them) Be prepared to go the Starbucks location at exactly 3:00 PM if you want to get in 2 days later. The pools are beautiful and both the large pools have swim up bars. Remember to tip folks. They work very hard and It is surprising how many people can drop $ 450 a day for a room and have a hard time letting go of a buck especially at the swim up bar. Hey - if you do not want to carry a $ 1.00 over each time you get a drink then drop a $ 10.00 the first time - they will remember you. There are a fair number of Europeans that visit and they do not tip over there or so we were told by some of the workers. There is tons of space and many pools, but be prepared to get up at 6:00 AM if you want to snag a canopy or a prime spot that surround the pools. The beach is a downer - there is seagrass that is constantly washing ashore and there is a ton of it. They actually have 5 - 6 guys that do nothing all day but gather up the grass that is constantly washing ashore. They start at one end and then start all over. It does carry somewhat of an odor especially if the workers have just stirred it up while cleaning. Do not allow that to prevent you from visiting the beach - they have activities there and a fairly good barbeque. It is surprisingly 10 degrees cooler down on the beach then up on the patio. I mentioned that the people are very helpful up to a point. I mentioned we attended a fairly large wedding with a group of 90. They determined that they could not accomodate the reception in the original area and could set up differently for an additional charge. They are helpful up to a point. t Yes - watch the upcharges. Several people got incorrect rooms and all were accommodated, but possible additional charges were mentioned though luckily they backed off when pushed. The bars were well stocked and the heat at least at this time of the year seems to sweat out the effects of heavier than normal drinking. At least I assume it was that and not the liquor. One other thing - you will probably be approached to look at a presentation concerning their vacation clubs (it is not a time-share). Though the deal is enticing from a monetary standpoint - it was not for us and I do most strongly advise you to check out the reviews on the club before making a final decision. Overall, I would most definitely go back to this or one of their many other resorts - I just would go with my eyes a little more wide open.
So last day today so this is my view of the hotel 95 /100 Can't fault Any of the staff they are superb From the grounds men to the reception. Special thanks to Blanca for supplying drinks to the swim up Cristina and her team for sorting out flowers for our anniversary and decorating the room. Spoons restaurant is very good yes some times the food is not hot but its a buffet style so is to be expected Caribbean restaurant extremely good Tapaz very very good but we found one menu better than the other Le chic fantastic Italian I think they are having teething trouble with the refurb very hot inside and my chicken was a little under cooked but they changed it in a very fast time and was very upset it had happed. The worst meal and this is why it's a 95 not a 100 was the Mexican restaurant. Not sure if I expected to much or not but a few others have said the same The wellbeing 50min massage is superb We can recommend 5th avenue and I hate shopping (just be prepared to meet lots of people who work at the hotel they don't it's just to get you in the shop) Chitchen itza long day but so worth it. We found the myan village part a bit awkward parading tourist round the village to look at how they live is not the way to go. Just think how you may feel with bus loads of people walking through your yard. Captain hook very good when the atmosphere warms up avoid the rum punch its awful I would say not a trip for kids it's very noisy when the music kicks in and people start dancing. Perfect for adults Cirque de soleil just epic from any seat Any taxi you use will be a set price from the hotel and they will wait for you The seaweed issue its the same all down the coast its just the way it is.
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