Aquapark Costa Teguise, Lanzarote
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We booked a trip to the aqua park through our thomsons rep as it was out of season we were informed we could only go on the trip on the Tuesday which was fine with us. When we arrived we found out tha... read more »
Great time in the water park kids really enjoyed it plenty of slides and pools for all ages also restaurant for food and drink ice cream
Parece mentira que algo con tantas posibilidades de ocio y diversión no tenga propaganda ni señalización alguna. Para llegar tuvimos que hacer uso del gps y no encontramos nada que indique su lugar. T... read more »It seems lie that something with so many possibilities for leisure and fun will be propaganda or any signage. To get we had to make use of the gps and do not find anything indicating its place. Also a comprehensive facilities maintenance is Miss since cracks and other damage already sing by itself alone. In many of the slides is mandatory the use of mat or float, surely because without them would have more than one injury during the descent of any State. That there is variety and to all ages although in some it gave me the impression that made him need more water pressure to lose more fluid. As regards the price is quite high for the quality that there is, at least to include something because up the towels they wanted to collect his "tank" they call him. The food is normalilla, although the tortilla had a pretty bad pint. About the staff... in the end there is nothing positive to say, I understand having your stress and that his work is very monotonous, but to not pay it with customers who give them to eat because there is someone that should already be out (there are exceptions), not to mention making more personal foul. Yet despite everything you've been a great day of fun in this meet at least. Hence my 3 points.show original
Before we went to the water park I'd read the leaflet and assessed whether my 2 daughters would be allowed on most of the rides. With a height restriction of 120 cm , my youngest was borderline so I measured her. At the time she was lying in the coach, so I hadn't considered her feet. Also at the local theme park she measures over 120cm , this would be because of shoes. She was not measured until in the park and trying to get on the first slide and wasn’t allowed on most of the park for the sake of a centimetre, what she was allowed in was lame compared to what she expects of a water park in the UK. She was in tears for a good part of the day, my other daughter whose birthday it was also lost her friend to run around with. Yes I get the argument about insurance and the kids safety etc, but how about having a parents waiver stating their swimming abilities. This was supposed the big treat day for our kids of the holiday and despite the money spent it was the worst.
It's okay for what it is. There isn't really any "extreme" rides/slides just the standard ones. It's best to arrive early and stay all day as I would call it expensive for what they offer (€45 for 2 of us). The photos are expensive, the parrot one is €10 for 1 photo and they take photos of you on the rides which will be prices around the same mark. The water is a good temperature although the floors become blistering hot so either walk around in saddles (which you aren't allowed on the rides) or stick close to the edge of the pools where water has cooled them. The food is decent, freshly cooked pizza, and it is well priced.
Very good only thing is my son was drowning in the water and the life guard just sat there looking at himself and his stupid earring in a mirror. I actually had to go over and alert him and yet he just sighed then eventually did it
it was amazing but they kicked us out before closing time. I loved the fishbowl slide! I wish I could go again but it is a little bit pricey. by the way, nobody found my goggles? they were blue and said fitness on the side I think, I came here in July
The water park is very expensive (22 euro each) for what it is. Poor choice of slides and looking tatty in places. More than double the cost and not as good as ones at home. Also very poor compared to others in Ibiza and mainland Spain. On the plus the staff were on the ball and life guards always attentive to needs.
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