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 Post subject: Occidental Allegro Oasis
PostPosted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 1:32 pm 
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Occidental Allegro Oasis
Avenida del Mar s/n
Costa Teguise 35509
Lanzarote
http://www.discoverlanzarote.com/occide ... _oasis.asp
4 Stars


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 Post subject: Re: Occidental Allegro Oasis
PostPosted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 5:35 pm 
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Stayed here last September for two weeks. This place can get very busy, particularly at meal times. It's about 80% Spanish that use this hotel.

The food is OK and always something to choose. Be aware a lot of the food caters for the Spanish i.e. lots of fish. The langostines are huge and excellent . An important point, make sure you get to the restaurant BEFORE 9pm as all the Spanish descend 'en masse' around then and the queues can be almost an hour waiting for a table. Madrilenos eat late.

The bar is fairly quick, but again, there can be a queue. Beer taps are self serve.

One major minus, the Spanish take all the seats around the entertainment area/bar which only lasts an hour from 10pm - 11pm. They will even try to reserve up to 20 seats around them. If you don't stand up to them they will take the lot !


There is the usual kids disco every night.

Most of the rooms have a seaview which is excellent.

Another minus is the hotel is away from Costa Teguise and the walk can be strenuous in the Sun. You have to walk around the King of Spains holiday resort and heli-pad. It can easily take the best part of an hour to walk along the prom from the hotel to CT.

Taxis are always outside the hotel and it is 3 Euros into CT.


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 Post subject: Re: Occidental Allegro Oasis
PostPosted: Wed Jun 30, 2010 8:50 am 
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It would be easier to jump on the bus one way and perhaps walk back...
Costa Teguise is spread out a bit, as an example The Beatriz hotel is
pos an even longer walk to the centre of CT!

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 Post subject: Re: Occidental Allegro Oasis
PostPosted: Sun Oct 13, 2013 8:53 pm 
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Now called Be Live Lanzarote. a nice resort but the food is not great most nights in the main restaurant. Breakfast is ok and the VIP restaurant is good. Decent pool area though Problems with sunbed hoarding. staff do not do much about this in practise though they do say they do. Bedrooms are nice though very limited storage. In comparison to the only other hotel in Lanzarote we've been to the Rui Perisio it compares badly.


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 Post subject: Re: Occidental Allegro Oasis
PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2014 9:35 am 
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We stayed at belive July, August last year.

Found the food pretty awful to tell you the truth, started eating out in main town towards the end of the first week or the bar accross the road.

Sunbed situation was beyond a joke, if you were out much past 7 in the morning, you would be lucky to get any without a fight. Staff would help you out if they could though.

Public areas have zero character/amblience, its like an airport departure lounge.

Our room was the same, no character at all. Although it was big and clean, with 3 double beds, we had no privacy from the kids as there was nothing to seperate the two areas within the room.

We had a good time, but this was down to the people we met and I would NOT recommend this hotel.


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 Post subject: Re: Occidental Allegro Oasis
PostPosted: Tue Jun 17, 2014 4:40 pm 
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for me this hotel Hotel Barcelo Santiago was the best i booked it through this site viztravel have not got a chance yet to stay at occindental allegro oasis but i thinlk it is also got alot to offer


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 Post subject: Re: Occidental Allegro Oasis
PostPosted: Tue Jun 17, 2014 5:46 pm 
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This hotel is called BeLive Lanzarote. When we were there 2013 it was a mixed review. Good rooms decent pools ok staff but poor food in main restaurant.


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