Opiniones de Meliá Tortuga Beach

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Venía de visitar otras islas y está fue para pasar los últimos días de relax, el recinto genial y bonito, los apartamentos habría que renovarlos un poco.

A. S.



Wir waren Anfang Mai in diesem Hotel. Es ist zwar ein wenig in die Jahre gekommen aber trotzdem noch völlig ok. Es ist kein großer Hotelkomplex sondern hat mehrere kleine Häuschen mit Zimmern und Wohnungen. Wir fanden das sehr ansprechend. Die Lage des Grillrestaurant liegt direkt am Meer. So hat man beim Essen immer Blick aufs Wasser. Das Frühstücksraum mit Buffet ist bei Vollbesetzung etwas laut. Entweder kommt man sehr früh oder eher später, dann geht es. Das Essen war ok. Das Personal war sehr freundlich und ist auf unsere Wünsche eingegangen. Wir hatten einen sehr erholsamen und schönen Urlaub dort verbracht. Was wünschenswert wäre, mehr Sitzgelegenheiten im Empfangsbereich. Alle Gäste mussten immer im stehen auf den Bus zum Transfer warten. Das ist bei den anderen Melia Hotels besser gelöst. Vielleicht nehmen Sie das als Anregung mit auf und ergänzen die Lobby durch weitere schöne Sitzgarnituren.

Arnaud Mercier



Hôtel sympa, personnel très discret et efficace. Nous avions un appartement de cent mètres carrés environ, et nous n'étions que deux. La restauration était certes un peu répétitive, mais très correcte malgré tout. Sauf comme beaucoup d'endroits dans le monde, les desserts un peu bizarres, mais il en faut pour toutes les nationalités. Les lieux sont constamment bien entretenus, et propres. Par contre, il est impossible de se baigner sur place, une belle mer, mais trop de rochers. Il faut se rendre sur la plage de l'hôtel d'à côté sur la droite de la plage, à environ 100 mètres. Nous avons été déçus de l'environnement de ce site, luxuriant à l'intérieur et désertique autour des lieux. La ville de Santa Maria se trouve à environ trois kilomètres à pied de l'hôtel, elle est agréable et vivante. Ce que nous avons beaucoup apprécié, contrairement au Mexique où la république dominicaine, les employés n'attendent un billet en permanence pour chaque verre, ou service. N'hésitez pas à donner à ceux qui vous servent bien à la fin du séjour, ils ont en moyenne seulement 130 euros de salaire mensuel,cet 200 pour ceux qui parlent plusieurs langues. L'hôtel est très calme hors vacances scolaires.

Sam Samuli Seppälä



Stayed 7 nights at Meliá Tortuga Beach’s 4-bedroom beach villas - 5 nights would have been enough. The resort is actually pretty okay; nice pools and beach villas with little private pools are charming and service is good. All-inclusive food is inferior and should be considered more as snacks than meals. Pizza is especially bad (how can you fail on that!?). 4-bedroom villas are right on the beach. The resort offers €50/a day VIP upgrade, so you can use all the (nicer) restaurants in the complex, which is something to consider for adults – they do not let children in most of the fancier restaurants, or just take a taxi to the local town (€5) and eat there (€20 per meal). The Wi-Fi is sometimes really bad, sometimes really good, but the cellphone reception is relatively reasonable, and the cellphone’s data speed is okay (10-20Mb) in the lobby (but not always, especially near the beach). The gym is very basic; there is only one treadmill, which was broken, but there’s a nice little beach path you can use for running. Consider bringing a Starlink or maybe getting a local sim. It's a good price/value here, and it's even better if you plan on losing weight and not being online. Family friendly.

Bartosz Krygier



The neighborhood of the hotel: In the immediate vicinity, there are only hotels connected by a promenade along the beach. Every day at 11:00, there is a free shuttle bus to the nearest city in the area - Santa Maria. In this town, you can buy souvenirs, arrange excursions, see fish catches, rent bicycles or scooters. One of the attractions is also the shell cemetery, located at the end of the town of Santa Maria. Rooms: The rooms are very spacious, usually consisting of two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, and a kitchen (which is large and spacious; frankly, I don't know what its purpose is because the hotel is all-inclusive, and the kitchen equipment I had literally amounted to two teaspoons). The bedrooms are quite small, with somewhat uncomfortable beds. A big drawback is also the limited number of electrical outlets; the only ones in the bedroom were behind the nightstands, where bedside lamps were plugged in. The bathrooms in the rooms are quite average; mold is visible in some places (which is not too surprising due to the climate), and the bathroom fixtures should have been replaced with new ones. I'm surprised by the lack of toilet brushes. The doors of the hotel rooms are locked with keys; there is no RFID card system for opening doors. Definitely the biggest drawback of the rooms is the lack of internet, which results in many guests sitting on the floor in the reception area, using the internet. This is definitely not the standard expected from such facilities. Insects in the rooms - I didn't notice any, only a few mosquitoes bothered me. Restaurants: - There are three restaurants to choose from. The main restaurant (serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffet-style, no reservation required) is small, noisy, and often lacks tables, with cleanliness leaving much to be desired. I must also mention situations when there was a shortage of plates, glasses, utensils, and I'm not talking about just one type, but all of them, so some guests resorted to putting food on saucers from coffee cups. Unfortunately, the waitstaff hardly clear dirty plates until guests are seated at the table; from what I observed, there are usually three waiters in the entire dining area. After guests leave the restaurant, the tables are wiped by the waiters with a cloth, or not at all. To find a nice, prepared, clean table, one must rather be among the first in the restaurant because later the tables are not properly set. Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if soon guests themselves have to clean the table, set it, and then clean up after themselves and take the tableware to the dishwasher. The dishes are very monotonous, with many fried dishes. Drinks are not served to the tables; you have to personally go to the vending machine and pour a drink (you can choose from 4 types of juice, soft drinks, beer, and wine). Pastora Nostra restaurant, an Italian restaurant located by one of the pools. Snacks are served in the restaurant between 11:00 and 17:00. Unfortunately, the snacks are the same every day (fries, onion rings, roasted potatoes, calamari, two types of sandwiches with already dried toast, a few fruits, and a few types of cookies); there are no drinks or service in the restaurant, so to have a drink, you have to go to the pool bar and bring your own drinks. Dinners at Pastora Nostra are served from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM. The menu is much more interesting and refined than at the buffets. However, I must unfortunately point out that sometimes some items are missing, and the tiramisu I ordered for dessert was already sour. Despite this, I believe it's worth visiting this restaurant. O Grille Restaurant - serves à la carte lunch from 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM (it's difficult to find a free table, and I think the time for such a number of hotel guests is too short). Personally, I think the lunch in this restaurant is excellent, with a wide selection of grilled dishes that are very well prepared. I must mention that during my visit, all the tables were occupied, and when a table

Ubicación inmejorable

A solo 50 m de la playa de Algodoeiro

Buena conexión

Cerca del pueblo Santa María y del aeropuerto Amilcar Cabral

Gastronomía variada

Cuentas con cuatro restaurantes y un gran surtido de platos


Luminosas estancias donde la amplitud y la privacidad van de la mano

Todo incluido

Cubre todas tus necesidades durante la estancia


Dispones de dos piscinas ajardinadas para adultos y dos infantiles

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