• BRONCEMAR BEACH HOTEL HOLIDAY REVIEWS

Broncemar Beach Hotel, Caleta de Fuste
Designed as a quaint village with small courtyards and streets, the Broncemar Beach Aparthotel is a unique complex that offers fantastic amenities and an ideal location, just 300m from the beach. The nearest golf course is just 5 minutes away, as is the Fuerteventura airport. On-site there is a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, solarium, tennis court,more
I love Broncemar Beach - No comment. Date of travel: Jun 2008
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I was at Broncemar Beach Hotel twice in the past year!! It is a lovely hotel, relaxing place and there is entertainment for the kids... even for adults brilliant games for everyone to take part in during the day and bingo and shows at night. And the reps are so nice and make your day a lot more lively so if you are thinking of staying in Broncemar Beach go for it. And there is this lovely steak house called Fado Rock. I would recommend it to everyone!!!! =]
Broncemar Aparthotel, Caleta de Fuste, Fuerteventura - Sue, Rob, Adam and Zoe Lloyd. Date of travel: Mar 2008
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Stayed for 2 weeks at the Broncemar during Easter 2008:- Good, basic accommodation. Went half board but actually had self catering apartment which was excellent for making meals at lunchtime. Apartment very spacious. The double bedroom was large with good sized built-in wardrobes and dressing tables. We took our 2 children and they slept on the bed settees in the main living area which were very comfortable. The beds were made every day and clean sheets/towels provided every few days. There is a TV but you have to put coins in to use it. We stayed in a ground floor apartment and the patio area is ample with white patio furniture and clothes airer provided. There is no air conditioning so might be slightly awkward in the summer season when it is hotter. As usual there are the hotel moggies that come around for a treat but they are well fed by the hotel and are well looked after. Restaurant: Food very good and well presented. Good choice suitable for all ages and nationalities. If you wanted a full English breakfast with real "baked beans" and fried eggs then you would be spoilt, but you could also have a fresh fruit salad or even a continental breakfast if you so wished. You had to make the toast yourself though. Meals were buffet style and you could go up for seconds or thirds if you wished. Evening meals always had chips on offer and chicken nuggets but also local dishes were on offer such as pork casserole and different kinds of fish. Puddings were a must, even the jelly was lovely! At evening meal you had to pay for your drinks but breakfast the drinks were free. A new a la carte restaurant was being built next to the pool whilst we were there. It looked very promising. Pool: Brochures do not do this place any justice whatsoever. The pools are very large and spacious. We had no problem at any time getting a sunbed or umbrella right by the poolside. The pools were kept clean and tidy but the walk ways around the pool are very slippery. This is a very pretty area with the apartments surrounding the pool painted in different pastel shades that are easy on the eye and palm trees compliment the area. Location: Very central to Caleta town and bus stops/taxi rank. Close to Netto supermarket in the town. A steady 10 minute meander through Caleta town to a sandy, calm bay. Beach is of a very good quality and is a very quiet relaxing place. Entertainment: The children used the kids club every day, sometimes going to 2 clubs daily. They are ages 12 and 8 and the clubs were suitable for both ages. The club reps are very friendly and you feel confident that they will take care of your children. They covered painting, making robots, football, chocolate parties etc, the list goes on. Something suitable for both boys and girls. There was a kids disco at 8pm every night in the main bar, followed by bingo and then the hotel reps would do some kind of show, sometimes involving the audience. Not the very best entertainment as most hotels bring in professional acts but the reps did their best. Trips: Strongly recommend you go on the Oasis Park trip. This a day to remember. It is suitable for anyone, but especially those with children. It is a full day out to a zoo but includes a camel ride, a parrot show, a sealion show where the sealion actually kisses you!, a hilarious crocodile/reptile show and a bird of prey show. Also breakfast and lunch are provided. If you get a chance to buy a video of the camel trip definitely do this, its not a rip off. All in all we had a very good holiday at the Broncemar and would certainly go again!
The Broncemar beach is great!! - Mr and Mrs Davies. Date of travel: Sep 2007
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My husband, myself and my 3-yr-old daughter returned from the Broncemar beach this morning and there really isn't a bad word I can say about the holiday!! The location of he hotel is great and nearby there are plenty of shops, places to eat and a lovely beach!!We booked our holiday with Thomas Cook and found that the entertainment that was provided was great! I would recommend this holiday to anybody with children!
Fantastic - Julie. Date of travel: Jul 2007
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The Broncemar Beach Hotel was really really good we enjoyed every minute of the place. There was myself, my husband, my 17 year old daughter and her friend and my 12 year old and my 8 year old. We loved every minute of it. We met some great people there and the reps and staff were fantastic. Would defo go back. I rate it 10/10 only holiday that I could have spent another 2 weeks there great!!!
Will never return! - Dan Middleton. Date of travel: Jan 2007
We went to the so-called sunshine island of Fuerteventura in January 2007 , and quite frankly will never ever return to it. First of all it rained for 4 days solid , considering we were there for a week it really wasted the holiday, our first hotel the Broncemar beach although self catering seemed ok , just dont let the reception area furniture put you off which has been damaged by no doubt English guests , the Broncemar would have been ok if it handnt rained, due to this water came into our apartment , the rep from Thomas Cook sugested that "we put a towel down to soak up the water and it will eventually stop raining" after being told that this was not good ennough we were moved to the Barcelo , which was utterly fantastic, especially if you upgrade to all inclusive , the sun did shine for a couple of days but when you have walked from Caleta de Fuste to the Atlantico centre , and to Chipmonk mountain thats all there really is to do. Not a lot for kids to do , dont bother with the wally train it dont go very far , if you are over 90 this resort is fine but if you have a pulse and its raining you will be bored to tears.
Worth a visit - Gaynor Norris. Date of travel: Jul 2006
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The Broncemar Beach apartments were well presented and cleaned every other day by maids. In a great spot, quiet in the evening but in the flight path to airport in the day! The pools were great if you were there early enough to beat other inconsiderate holiday makers that thought by placing their towel on the bed it made it theirs! The beaches were lovely and the bar owners and shop keepers were very pleasant. Even an unfortunate visit from the doctor to my very ill son in the early hours of the morning was a pleasant encounter. He was brilliant with my son, had exellent english, was at the apartment in 15mins! You dont get that in England! Wall to wall sunshine but be aware of the breeze or you WILL burn! Give these apartments a try. Tour Operator: thomas cook
 
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