This hillside hotel has a dramatic setting with views to match. It’s also got two pools and a jam-packed sports agenda.
Perched at the highest point of San Agustin, the Interclub Atlantic offers sprawling views across the ocean on one side and the distant Maspalomas sand dunes on the other.
The hotel is set in acres of landscaped gardens, while its two pools are surrounded by manicured lawns. A 10-minute walk down the hill will take you to the nearest beach.
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Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks|
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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Isla outdoor pool
Heated in winter and open from 10am 'til 6pm. In summer it's open from 11am 'til 7pm.
With a slide and mushroom waterfall - sunbeds are around the poolside.
International buffet restaurant
Offering international cuisine - hot and cold dishes.
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Twin Room with Balcony or Terrace
These light and airy twin rooms come with a balcony or a terrace for that bit of fresh air. They have a sofa-bed. Plus there's a TV.
1 Bedroom Family Room with Balcony or Terrace
These light and airy family rooms come with a balcony or a terrace for that extra space. They have a twin bedroom with an extra bed and a sofa-bed. And there's a TV included.
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First Family Holiday
I cannot fault this hotel. If I had to be hyper critical, there were small gaps in entertainment ie bar and family show but then again we did go away out of season. Every single member of the staff were amazing. Each and everyone were super. I will be returning as we had an amazing time. Thank youMore
Stuart N, 190747
Poor beds and extremly loud music
The beds are very hard and there is no A/C. Extremly loud music over all in the evenings, and after several complaints from the barquests - no reaction. Impossible to have a conversation even far away from the bar. The food is the same through all evenings. More
If you don't have kids AVOID, if you do have kids AVOID the tara block.
We arrived at the hotel after a long flight at 11.30 pm. We were given few sandwiches at the restaurant which was much appreciated. We then went to take our bags to our room in the "Tara" block. Only to be greeted by a group of rowdy people drinking and smoking outside of the "Bora Bora" disco. And we soon found out our room was located directly above the disco. The music was so loud that we were unable to sleep. I went back to reception to ask to change room, but we were told there was no other rooms available and that we would have to wait till 2 for the disco to finish. The next day our travel operator rep went to reception and they gave her the same answer. We had to go back 3 more times throughout the week before they changed our rooms. The tara block is very dated, and the carpets in the hallways are old and dirty. Our drying rack on our balcony was broken. We were eventually moved to the "Tirma" block which was much more modern and clean. The rooms didn't have air-con which made them quite hot and stuffy. The food and drinks at the hotel were poor quality and there wasn't a real variety. The lunch was always the same, burgers/hotdogs and chips and some salads. We were so dissatisfied with the food that we ended up eating/drinking out most nights even though we were all inclusive. The hotel was "all inclusive" yet you had to pay extra for certain drinks and foods. We were unable to get a glass of drinking water after 12pm so had to pay for an overpriced bottle of water from the bar. Also you have to pay extra for wifi services, unless you want to sit in the bar area and use it there. The animation team were great throughout the day with activities for kids and adults, however in the evening all the entertainment was aimed at kids. Which is another reason why we left the hotel every evening. The cleaners for the rooms and in the restaurant were always great and hardworking. And Jonas on the front desk was really helpful. I can see how this hotel would be ok for families with kids, but for a young couple I would definitely advise to avoid.More
Sam T, 186338
At First I Didn't Want To Stay, Then I Didn't Want To Leave
Upon arrival I wasn't impressed. We were allocated a room on the lowest level and with no lift in site dragged our cases down a flight of stairs. As we like to sit outside, and not wanting people on the walkway looking down on us I returned to reception and asked to be reallocated. No problem with the new room but exhausted after carrying suitcases up 2 flights of stairs we then attempted to sort out the safe. Printed instructions in room say to press # before choosing code but don't mention pressing * afterwards so had to wait an hour and a half after before an angry member of staff came to demonstrate so maybe leaflets could do with updating. Our room phone didn't work to call family in the UK either and by this point I was ready to come home. Being expected to pay 20 euros to hire a fan our room didn't improve my mood much. But by the middle of the second day things improved massively. The weather was fantastic which always helps. The food is fairly good here and the bar has a proper queueing system so you know when you get there how long you're likely to be waiting. The staff here are very friendly and obviously work hard. One morning I'd woken up early and took myself off for a walk about half five. As well as four members of the local police having a coffee in the restaurant, the animation team were nearby having their morning briefing. Considering how late they work it makes you wonder how they find time to sleep and is even more impressive that their mood is always so upbeat. I did overhear one of them confiding to a nearby parent that the children's club was poor compared to other hotels he'd worked in but my children were happy in the pool and never visited the club so I couldn't comment. My eldest was never off the slides in the main pool and the children's pool is shallow enough that they can play unsupervised (to a degree) in it. If sunbathing by a pool is too noisy for you there is a quieter large grassy area with loungers, some of which are in the shade if you prefer. Timewise it is a bit of a walk to the beach or shops but nothing too strenuous for anyone of average health. It's not the most luxurious hotel in the world but provides all the food and drink you could want in clean, elevated surroundings with a nice view. The hotel provides free WiFi which is limited to the bar area although it is available in your room for an extra charge. Overall our family very much enjoyed our holiday at the Interclub Atlantic and despite initial reservations we would happily return here.More
Far away from everything
Just spent 10 days at this hotel. Now if you want just a poolside holiday far away from everything then this is great, if you don't then I suggest you bring your walking shoes or plenty off euros for taxis as it's a good walk to the town centre and beach, 10 minutes to the beach if you don't mind steep steps and aren't travelling with a pram. Bring plenty off cash with you as the hotel don't have a cash machine and again it's a 30 minute walk to the town centre to get cash. Hotel is lovely and clean. Pools are fantastic and other facilities are great I had to use the dry cleaning service twice. THE FAMILY ROOM I won't be booking one again it was just one big room and there was 5 off us 2 adults 3 children even though it was spacious just no privacy. I did read reviews about little visitors like cockroaches but Iv not seen one but we did have a problem with ants in the bathroom. I was on the ground floor due to travelling with a baby and for the first 5 nights this was fine then come weekend the sprinklers went off with no signs or warnings and everything I left out to dry was sopping wet through so had to send things to be dry cleaned. The hotel did reimburse me as due to a broken sprinkler waking me up because it was firing the wrong way at the patio window instead off the lawn I had to get someone out at 2.45 in the morning to sort it. If traveling with a baby I suggest you bring a travel kettle and travel sterilising facilities because it's very expensive to hire. No brewing facilities in the room. The food was nice but very repetitive and At dinner and tea time the only thing for kids was pizza and that is all they ate for 6 days until we decided that they could eat early at the snack bar as they were bored off pizza. The entertainment was ok but the entertainment room for the size off the hotel isn't big enough. There is nothing at this hotel for toddling babies no little soft play area so my very active 10 month old spent most of the holiday in her pram she was getting very frustrated by the end off the holiday. At check out on the last day we had a late flight we had wrist bands taken off and was not allowed service for the last 5 hours we were there put other guest who was leaving at the same time were. I did feel like it one rule for one and one for others throughout my entire stay. The Over all I liked Gran Canaria just not this location. Would come again but try somewhere different More
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Just so you know, there are restrictions for the waterslides here. Little ones must be a minimum of 1.20m in height and be able to swim.