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On the Beach Offer - Save up to 25%
Book this hotel by 30.06.2015, for travel between 21.04.2015 and 30.06.2015. Offer applicable to 1 bedroom apartments on self catering and all inclusive. Prices below include discount.

Overview
The Broncemar Beach is a new concept hotel designed as a small village surrounded by gardens and cobbled stone streets. it has a total of 252 apartments with different sizes to accommodate different types of guests. Each apartment is located within one of the many houses that comprise the hotel, and each one of them is distinctive by its outside decoration, colours and differently shaped terraces and balconies.

How far is the nearest beach?
Only 300m away you will find the nearest beach.

Distance from Airport
Fuerteventura airport is located 8 km from the hotel.

Rooms
The welcoming apartments include an integrated living room/bedroom, a separate bedroom, an en suite bathroom, a direct dial telephone, TV (subject to an additional charge), a kitchen with microwave and coffee maker, a hire safe and a balcony or terrace.

Food & Drink
Main Restaurant serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Pool Bar serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic local drinks, tea, coffee, chocolate, and cocktail of the day.

Sports & Entertainment
Guests are offered use of the swimming pool, a snack bar, Jacuzzi, sun loungers and parasols. The hotel offers sport enthusiasts table tennis, tennis and use the multipurpose court. The hotel also offers an entertainment programme to ensure that guests never experience a dull moment. Guests are also able to take advantage of the various water sports available on the beach, such as jet skiing, diving, surfing, windsurfing, sailing and catamaran sailing. The nearest golf course is around 1 km away.

   

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

Based on 2124 reviews
 

Perfect Family Holiday.

30 June 2015

Me, my wife and 2 sons (7&10) have just got back from a week at the Broncemar. It was our first family holiday for 3 years and I can honestly say it was our best. We paid £1200 for a week all...

Me, my wife and 2 sons (7&10) have just got back from a week at the Broncemar. It was our first family holiday for 3 years and I can honestly say it was our best. We paid £1200 for a week all inclusive and it was absolutely brilliant value for money. Don't bother with transfers, we landed at 11:20 local time and were at the hotel just after 12pm. A taxi was 15Euros. When we arrived the girl on reception was polite and friendly, we had a room on the first floor by the pool which we couldn't fault. Yes the décor and furniture is slightly dated but there was nothing wrong with any of it and no different to any other hotels I have stayed in over the years. The room was clean and the maids visited several times during the week. on the 2nd day our door handle broke (may have been my wifes heavy handedness:-) I reported it to the manager (Jose) and he couldn't have been more accommodating, he sent someone and it was fixed in an hour, he even offered us a new room if we didn't feel like we wanted to stay in that one! During the day we split our time between the hotel pool and the beach. There were lots of other kids there was great as the boys had plenty of people their own age to play with. People have said the entertainement wasn't up to much but we couldn't fault any of them for their effort, the boys went to the kids club a couple of day and really enjoyed it. They had plenty of games on during the day (pool, ping pong, water games etc) and a mini disco every night with usually a caberet/bingo or show after..... Yes they wouldn't quite win BGT but the staff do their best and it was funny. We went into the hotel pub a few eveingings where its karaoke every night - we had a good group of people who all got involved and it was great fun. The food was perfect. A huge selection at each meal time.... Full English & continental available + fruit and pastries. we didn't go for lunch much but the snacks from the pool bar were great. Dinner was different each night with a huge selection, the boys loved it and even my wife who is a fussy eater found plenty she liked. The drinks are what you would expect from AI... lager,wine,sangria,spirits. stopped at 11 but when we were sitting up playing cards or so we just got a few in before closing and it was no problem. Fizzy drinks for the kids and ice creams (self serve) The hotel is in a great location - few minutes walk to the shops, town & bars. Best Beach is about a 20minute walk, just follow the front all the way around and you get to a beautiful beach with a little island bar/restaurant in a kind of lagoon. we rented 4 poster beads for the day there for 20 euros and it was perfect. I honestly cannot think of a single thing I would fault about the place. Anyone who wants a nice family holiday will love it. Its a 3star and is a very good 3 star. Staff are great, hotel is clean and pretty, food and drinks are top notch.... really cant go wrong! already looking to go back next year or maybe even over winter time!

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All Inclusive - Well worth the extra money at booking stage.

30 June 2015

Very friendly reception staff, great pool, bar & restaurant. Older gent working in pool bar not so friendly when he seen the yellow wrist band he just seemed to get annoyed as if we were getting...

Very friendly reception staff, great pool, bar & restaurant. Older gent working in pool bar not so friendly when he seen the yellow wrist band he just seemed to get annoyed as if we were getting free stuff when clearly we had paid for it at reservation stage. Entertainment for the kids was great, Jesse & her team are fab.. A new girl started with them once we were there cant remember her name but she was great blended in really well so thumbs up for her! I would highly recommend going all inclusive the breakfast lunch and dinner really is fab! Great selection so if you having someone picky travelling with you they will def get something they like. Overall I would def go back and stay in this hotel. Also a tip for anyone travelling with kids, take a trip to Oasis Park - Top Class!!

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A good 3* with 5* food

29 June 2015

Arrived 11am and was given the keys to the room immediately which was a nice surprise as expected to wait. The room was large and clean, I notice a few had said their room was lacking but ours was...

Arrived 11am and was given the keys to the room immediately which was a nice surprise as expected to wait. The room was large and clean, I notice a few had said their room was lacking but ours was fine and more than equipped for self catering with kettle, toaster, pans and microwave etc. My bath tap wasnt working other than releasing a dribble on arrival. i reported it and within 4 hours I had new bath taps and hose. Never had a complaint dealt with so efficiently. The pool area consists of 3 pools, the larger one seems a little colder than the others and yes the pools aren't heated, but they are no different in temperature than any other hotel I have been to. The baby pool gets a bit murky but that's down to all the sun cream on the toddlers and the lifeguard was constantly testing the water and by morning the pools were always clean again, even when someone pooed in the pool, they acted immediately and closed it down for cleaning. There was no problem getting a sun lounger the first 7 days but after that as i started coming down later I noticed there were no sun beds with everyone having their towels on them and then not coming out until the afternoon. This could be easily stopped as it does put people off coming here when they read they cant get a sunbed. Have an hours limit and get the lifeguard to take the towels off after an hour, it simply isnt fair on those wanting a sun lounger......it is a very British thing and is so infuriating. The pool area was clean, the odd cup rolls around but that is down to people not collecting their rubbish and it is a little windy. The kids play area is good and there is plenty of space for the kids to run around but be prepared for the "can i have a euro" every five minutes from your kids from the machines! The restaurant is well laid out and you can eat outside and the food is AMAZING. I have been to both 3 and 4 stars all over Europe and without a doubt this was by far the best for the food. Over 30-40 choices of foods, amazing little appetisers, joints of meat cooked freshly, whole salmon etc. and a grill to choose from. Blue cheese available every night....lush! The coca cola gravy is delicious. If anyone knocks the food then they obviously just like the whole chicken nugget and chips thing, (which are there every night as well!) there is sangria and wine and juices and hot drinks available on tap for the all inclusive in the restaurant. At lunchtimes, the pool bar as a good selection of food as well and saves the hassle of getting dressed through the day. All drinks and ice cream are help yourself, which keeps the queues down, apart from alcohol but there was never more than a 30 second queue. Now here is the reason, i only gave 4 out of 5 instead of the whole 5 stars. The entertainment. Its pretty poor. A rubbish mini disco, repeated ever night and only for the very young, followed by an hour of buying bingo tickets and then playing bingo, then a very rushed entertainment act such as the parrot show etc which last 10-15 minutes. When the hotel staff do the entertainment its ok but they need to broaden things. Get some Mr & Mrs competitions going on, get some good fun adult entertainment going, it's a very British hotel I would say 95% and we Brits like to have a laugh. This was perhaps the worst I have seen in adult entertainment. The whole cabaret acts etc are mind numbing and no one enjoys them. Additionally the only kids entertainer who is any good is Jessie, the rest are useless and my kids rarely accessed the kids club as it was age restrictive, mainly for over 12s and not very inclusive. Sort it out Broncemar as it lets you down and I understand you used to have good entertainment when Thomas Cook did it. As a result most the kids end up running round causing riots kicking footballs as they are bored. A hint for the adults, go into the pub on site and have a laugh with the karaoke man. he is good fun and it has a good feel in there, a bit like your local at home. the drinks are included in there as well until 11pm. The beach that you will find as soon as you walk through the shops is rubbish! It looks nice but the kids cant paddle due to the rocks so, hit the prom turn right and just keep walking and there are lovely serene beaches further down where there isnt a rock to be seen. be prepared though as if its a windy day, you will burn, if you can handle all the sand blowing in your face! And make sure you have a snack or a meal at La isla, the hut out on the sea, its cheap and lovely. Down that way there is the kids trampolines etc and the shopping centre. the shopping centre itself is rubbish but there is a Mcds across the road as well, if the kids want a treat! The marina is nice and there are a range of boat rides and swimming with sealions you can do there. Also there is market day on a Tuesday and Saturday 2 minutes from hotel. I loved Fuerteventura and Broncemar is ideally placed and its a nice sociable place for families. I wouldn't choose here if i didn't have kids as it is over run with them! I am hoping to return next year and just hope I can give it 5 stars then and that the entertainment will have pulled it's socks up. I am leaving feeling a stone heavier with the food and drink, have 2 happy children and I feel relaxed and have definitely fallen in love with Fuerteventura, which never feels busy even at high season. Beautifully clean area and if people remember Broncemar is a 3 star then I dont understand how they can say it is anything other than good. If you want 5 star, then pay 5 star prices. BUT PLEASE SORT THE ENTERTAINMENT OUT!

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Perfect family destination

29 June 2015

I stayed at the Broncemar Beach for a week from 21/6 to 28/6. The Apart-hotel was good value for money we were all inclusive. The food was varied and a decent standard with a grill chef on for...

I stayed at the Broncemar Beach for a week from 21/6 to 28/6. The Apart-hotel was good value for money we were all inclusive. The food was varied and a decent standard with a grill chef on for breakfast, lunch and dinner cooking whatever you wanted. Had a large apartment for 2 with both a terrace and a balcony. Very clean, maids visited every other day, plenty of hot water. The entertainment team were ok at best but they're really for kids of which there were lots especially as the Irish schools had broken up already. Nice resort with decent shops and bars but no good for groups of guys or girls as it would be too quiet. Only slight gripe is the beach which is obviously man made and has sand over stones and to walk out into the very shallow sea it's a trial as the bottom is all stone. not far from the airport so jets come overhead a lot but you soon get used to it. Ideal for families or couples who want to relax in the sun.

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Additional Information

  • Timezone Atlantic/Canary
  • Language Spanish
  • Currency Euro

Facilities

  • 24 Hour Reception
  • A la Carte Restaurant
  • Air Conditioning in public areas
  • Alarm Clock
  • Babysitting
  • Bar
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Buffet Breakfast
  • Buffet Restaurant
  • Cafe/ Snack Bar
  • Darts
  • Disabled Friendly
  • Entertainment
  • Golf
  • Heated Swimming Pool
  • High Chairs
  • Internet Access
  • Kids Pool
  • Laundry Service
  • Lifts
  • Lounge
  • Luggage Storage
  • Mini Market
  • Pool/Billiard Table
  • Reception
  • Restaurant
  • Satellite TV
  • Shops
  • Shuttle Bus
  • Sports Facilities
  • Sunbeds
  • Supermarket
  • Swimming Pool
  • Table Tennis
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • Telephone
  • Tennis Court(s)
  • Water Sports
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Tourist Information

Weather

Remember that sunscreen on holidays in Caleta de Fuste as Fuerteventura enjoys wonderfully hot weather in the summer, peaking at 30° Celsius in July and August. Due to its location, Caleta de Fuste receives a north-easterly wind that will be welcome if you’re not an avid sun fan! If you feel like heading on holiday to Caleta de Fuste outside of the summer, then the autumn months also enjoy good weather. February enjoys temperatures of around 23° Celsius, so even then you’ll still go home with a good tan!

Jabs

As UK, Courses or boosters sometimes advised: hepatitis A (not normally for package tourists).

Electricity

European Style 2-Pin Sockets, 220/225V

Visa

No visa is required for a stay of up to 3 months