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Oasis Papagayo Apartments are located in Corralejo, Fuerteventura next to an extremely beautiful complex, where all guests can use any of the facilities they wish. There are many shops, bars and restaurants nearby. Furthermore visitors can enjoy the water park Baku or enjoy a short walk at the famous sand dunes and the natural park area. Oasis Papagayo Resort is aimed at both sport enthusiasts and families who like to keep in shape while on holiday. Our facilities are suitable for enthusiasts of all levels and an “active” animation programme for the whole family combine to make a healthy and relaxing atmosphere to enjoy.
How far is the nearest beach?
The centre of town and the nearest beach are both is approximately 2 km away.
Distance from Airport
The airport is situated 38Km from the hotel.
The complex was constructed in 2003 and consists of 2 floors with a total 273 apartments and 30 apartments. Apartments include an en suite bathroom, a kitchenette, a microwave and a fridge. There is also a hire safe, a direct dial telephone and satellite TV with 4 channels in English.
Food & Drink
Buffets are on offer in the mornings and evenings.
Sports & Entertainment
The complex has a pool, a Jacuzzi and a parasols and sun loungers. Guests are also offered tennis courts and a solarium. The nearest golf course lies about 50 km from the hotel.
Gymnasium. Yoga area. Aerobic (Cardiobox , Aero box , Cardio Kickbox).
Tennis court. Paddle tennis. 5-a-side football / Basketball. Beach volleyball. French bowls. Open-air Jacuzzi. Spinning (1st class free).
Massage room (free use). Children’s playgrounds. Route information for runners, cyclists and mountain biker.
olimpica Bike centre for rental of top of the range road and mountain bikes (Cyclemechanic available). 50m six lane Olympic pool (acclimatized in the winter). Sauna.Bowling alley. Pilates. Spinning. Massage. Mountain bike excursions. Full size football pitch (artificial grass).
We stayed in the Oasis Papagyo from 19th June for 2 weeks. The holiday group ranged in age 2 to 65 we stayed all inclusive in one and two bedroom apartments. The rooms were well equiped with a...
We stayed in the Oasis Papagyo from 19th June for 2 weeks. The holiday group ranged in age 2 to 65 we stayed all inclusive in one and two bedroom apartments. The rooms were well equiped with a microwave, kettle, Fridge, toaster and 2 ring hob with enough kitchen utensils to go around. They were spacious and clean although they could do with a bit of an upgrade in the decor department and air conditioning would be a benefit especially in high season. The location is about a 15 min walk to the main area of Corrallejo a good walk in and a taxi back costs 3/4 Euro. Small supermarket on site with a couple of local shops that supply almost anything with cafe and bar a couple of minutes walk away. Food at the hotel was basic all inclusive food you could always find something to eat from pasta, salad, cold meat,chips etc also hot dishes of stews, grilled meats pies etc and plenty of Veg. The snack bar however was limited to hotdogs and hamburgers this could do with a bit more variety for those that dont do a full lunch. The hotel staff were friendly and cheery Miguel who worked behind the bar was a star. Entertainment was repeated every week which meant we saw the same acts twice in the our two week stay this should be a two weekly cycle which may hold people in the hotel more at night. The facilities of a bowling alley, bar, food outlet, laundry, gym etc in the lower level of the hotel added a bit of variety to the holiday. There was plenty of sunloungers to go around and we never had to get up early or reserve loungers but this may be different in high season. Overall a great holiday and would definetly return but not in high season with no air con
We have just come back from a week at oasis papaygo. We were on our first couple holiday, aged 22 and 25 and all inclusive. We loved our week here. The hotels staff were very helpful and were lovely...
We have just come back from a week at oasis papaygo. We were on our first couple holiday, aged 22 and 25 and all inclusive. We loved our week here. The hotels staff were very helpful and were lovely. The hotel was very clean and the room was cleaned every other day. Food was as you can expect for an all inclusive, the on site Asian restaurant was really nice and also included with your all inclusive as were cocktails. Swimming pools were all good sizes but watch out for the salt water. The hotel was situated in a good location with a 10 minute walk to the main strip and a 15 min walk to the beach, also quite close to the airport so no long transfers. I would defo return to this hotel again for a quiet relaxed holiday. However I wouldn't recommend for people wanting a lively holiday as bars and restaurants weren't very popular with people wanting party holidays.
We went to this hotel on the 20th of June 2015. Overall our holiday was lovely it consisted of 3 adults and one senior citizen of 84. Overall we had lovely holiday, the weather was lovely, the hotel...
We went to this hotel on the 20th of June 2015. Overall our holiday was lovely it consisted of 3 adults and one senior citizen of 84. Overall we had lovely holiday, the weather was lovely, the hotel was clean and the food was good but never hot enough. There was a variety for everyone, and a microwave to heat you're food up if need be. There are 2 restaurants available, but one you have pre-book a day before. This restaurant served Asian and a BBQ which was lovely especially because the food was hot and enjoyable. The staff were pleasant and couldn't do enough for you. We were in rooms 124B and 125B which was quite a far walk for my mother in law of 84 years old. Also outside room 125B was a very uneven path leading up to the room which needed repairing immediately as I fell at night time because there was no light around this area until you press the light switch but by this time it was too late and I had fallen over, luckily I didn't hurt myself, but if this was my mother-in law it would of been a different story. When I fell I spilt a drink all up the wall which still remains the day that we checked out. we reported the uneven path twice to reception but they never seemed to be bothered and 4 days later still nothing had been done. We arrived on the 20th late due to our flight being delayed, when arrived it was 11.05 and all inclusive stops at 11 o'clock so we had to buy our own drinks. We received snacks when we arrived but we never got a full meal. We checked out at 12 o'clock on the 27th. They cut our all inclusive bands off at 12 o'clock of which they were very adamant that our holiday entitlement had finished and that we had to pay for drinks and food for the rest of the day till the bus picked us up at 6pm. I don't think this was acceptable as we never received the 7 nights worth of all inclusive that we paid for. We go on holiday every year to an all inclusive hotel in various countries and this has never been the case they would always give lunch and drinks until we depart from the hotel. Overall make sure you leave enough money to buy food and drink on the day of your departure. Also they give you 4 hours in the morning of free wifi which seems to work, I paid 20 euros for internet across the whole complex which didn't work very well so I ended up paying 20 euros and instead I had to use the free wifi that they supply in the morning within the reception area. The entertainment was shocking.
Was a great holiday. Apartments are lovely inside and out. The pools are great to. The baby pool was especially good for the kids as they are 1 and 3. The food is really nice, plenty to choose...
Was a great holiday. Apartments are lovely inside and out. The pools are great to. The baby pool was especially good for the kids as they are 1 and 3. The food is really nice, plenty to choose from. The night entertainment is great and the workers are lively and fun getting everyone joining in etc. All in all a great holiday and I would definitely come back in future
Corralejo enjoys year-round sunshine and very little rainfall. Average daytime temperatures vary between 16°C at the start of the year and 25°C during the peak months of July and August.
If that sounds a bit too hot, or if you're visiting with younger kids who are more sensitive to the sun, try taking a Corralejo holiday outside of peak time - perhaps in October or February when the island still enjoys mild weather of around 23° Celsius, so a tan is still possible! The island also receives mild north-easterly winds all year round, so you’ll receive a welcome breeze whatever time you visit. Take particular care during peak season, though, as the breeze can disguise the strength of the sun.
As UK, Courses or boosters sometimes advised: hepatitis A (not normally for package tourists).
European Style 2-Pin Sockets, 220/225V
No visa is required for a stay of up to 3 months