The ClubHotel Riu Oliva Beach Resort sits on an absolutely stunning stretch of Fuerteventura's coastline just south of Corralejo. This popular resort in the Canary Islands is a favourite of Brits and with top holiday brands, with its self contained facilities, four pools, multiple restaurants and easy access to the beach, plus no noisy traffic or streets. You definitely won't need to venture out as it's the ideal cheap beach hotel at a truly "fly and flop" destination.
As you'll see from the photos, the beach here is simply incredible with turquoise blue water, the stuff your Instagram dreams are made of, and means you've got the choice of spending your day by one of four pools or taking a few steps and heading to the beach. The entertainment team put on a great show, from daytime activities by the pool and kids' clubs to evening entertainment and live shows. There's an on-site disco staying open until 2am six nights a week but if you want those really late club nights, you might be better suited to somewhere closer to Corralejo.
Latest holiday offers
You can book a package holiday with flights and the hotel through all the favourite holiday brands including First Choice, TUI, Travel Republic and Hays Travel, all of which are ABTA and ATOL protected, so when you book a flight inclusive package holiday, your money is protected. Whether it's 3 nights, 7 nights or 2 weeks, you'll be able to book the right holiday for you, and depending on when and who you book with, you may also be able to pay a low deposit initially and make monthly payments over time.
We always recommend booking a holiday protected by the ATOL scheme, for which you'll receive an ATOL certificate when you book, but if you do choose to book your hotel separately for whatever reason, sites like Booking.com, Trivago and the official RIU hotel website allow you to do so. Please see the booking conditions for information on any cancellation and change fees. If you book these elements separately and you're flight is cancelled, you may not be able to recover the cost of your hotel if you are unable to travel.
Whether you want to simply relax in the sunshine or stay busy, it's a great hotel for this, but you can also book excursions in Fuerteventura, Spain such as dune buggy off-road trips to scuba diving, with top brands like Viator.
There are a number of different room types at the hotel, split between two areas the main building and the Oliva Village Building, with the main hotel building being the older part of the resort. There is a large pool in each area but it is not always possible to request a specific area to stay.
Check in time: 1pm
Check out time: 11am
Double Rooms at the hotel are located in both the Oliva Village Building and the Main Building and feature two single beds (pushed together) and a sofa bed, as well as air conditioning, Satellite TV and mini fridge.
Situated in the Oliva Villa Building, Family Rooms provide guests with more space, up to 50m2 in fact. These annex one bedroom rooms sleep up to four people with a separate seating area, bedroom and ensuite bathroom. You'll also get Satellite TV, mini fridge and air conditioning as standard.
The all inclusive hotel Riu Oliva Beach, offers a variety of facilities, amenities and entertainment for guests.
Four Swimming Pools
There are four swimming pools in total, two larger pools which are heated in winter and two smaller children's pools, and there is plenty of outdoor space for sunbathing.
Gym & Fitness
For those who like to make sure they burn off some of those holiday calories, the well equipped gym provides fitness machines and free weights to help you stay in shape. you can also get involved with the RiuFit classes, fitness classes held during the day. You can also take advantage of the various sports on offer too, including tennis and beach volleyball, or pay extra and head up the coast to try your hand at sports like windsurfing.
Being located a bit out the way, after a day by the pool, this beach hotel provides a variety of evening entertainment including a disco, live music and shows, and other entertainment. There's a fantastic entertainment team on hand to help you throughout the day and into the evening.
The Riuland kids' club provides daily entertainment for ages 4-12 years, with a mix of activities from poolside games to competitions and much more. Make sure to ask the receptionist when you arrive what's on. There is also an outdoor children's playground for lots of fun too.
Food & Drink
This is an all inclusive hotel, so provides you with all you need for an enjoyable stay. Breakfast, lunch and dinner at the main restaurant plus other options too, and afternoon snacks if you're really feeling hungry.
There are 4 restaurants in total including the snack bar:
Buffet Restaurant - The main buffet restaurant at the hotel provides all meals with live cooking station, themed evenings a a great range of hot and cold dishes.
El Canario Restaurant - El Canario is the hotel's Canarian restaurant serving a range of local Spanish dishes including tapas and the infamous papas arugadas.
Mandarin Restaurant - With reservations required, the hotel's Asian restaurant is Mandarin, serving a selection of delicious, Asian inspired dishes. Perfect for a change from the buffet selection.
Meal times at the buffet restaurant vary so make sure to check the latest times for breakfast, lunch and dinner when you arrive.
Poolside Snack Bar
The poolside snack bar is the perfect place to pick up a cocktail to cool you down in the sunshine. Here you can also enjoy snacks and cakes between 3:30pm - 5pm, if you're still feeling peckish after lunch.
Open in the busier summer months only, the terrace bar is great if you want to take a break from the pool, sit in the shade and just enjoy the atmosphere and views of being on holiday.
The Lounge Bar provides the ideal post-dinner spot to enjoy a drink or two before heading to bed.
Things to Do
Worried, you might get bored on an all inclusive holiday? Fear not, there is plenty to do outside the hotel if you want to escape. Here are some of our favourites:
One of the biggest draws of the hotel Riu Oliva Beach is the beach itself. The Grandes Playas Corralejo, is an enormous stretch of sand along the east coast, so big that even in summer, you'll have plenty of space to enjoy, and the water here is that idyllic turquoise blue you always see in pictures. If you're hiring a car, there are also some stunning beaches dotted around the island. From cute little coves to the expansive beaches in and around Jandia and Morro Jable.
If you like to explore a destination, prebook an organised excursions, from visiting the sand dunes of the Parque Natural de Corralejo, to a day trip into Corralejo town itself. Or why not head out on a boat trip to discover nearby Los Lobos Island or go dolphin spotting.
Fuerteventura isn't as well known for its nightlife as some of the other more populated Canary Islands but you can still find some great bars and clubs. While there's entertainment at the resort, if you prefer, you can jump in a taxi and head up to Corralejo where you'll find a bigger number of bars and restaurants. If you prefer to be much closer to the nightlife, you should probably take a look at other hotels which are closer to Corralejo, Fuerteventura.
Contact Details & Location
Avenida Grandes Playas
The best email address to contact the hotel with is email@example.com.
If you want to contact the hotel by phone, you can do so at +34 928 53 53 34.
The hotel is approx. 40km from the airport and will take around half an hour in a coach transfer. If you prefer more freedom, you can also organise a car hire with brands like Avis before you arrive and pick it up from the airport so that you can discover more of the island.
You can find out more, see more photos and check the latest travel and Covid 19 policy on the official RIU hotels website. For the most up-to-date information, news, pictures and videos, check out the hotel's Facebook and other social media channels. Please also check the latest travel advice on the Foreign Commonwealth Development Office website before travelling.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the hotel RIU Oliva Beach?
The resort is located on the stunning stretch of beach between Playa Bajo Negro and Playa del Viejo, just outside of Corralejo.
How far is the RIU Oliva Beach Resort from the airport?
It's about 40km between the hotel and Fuerteventura airport, with a transfer time of around 30 minutes.
Is there a dress code?
There is no official dress code in the restaurants.
Are there free pool towels at the hotel?
Yes pool towels are provided free of charge.
Is there free WiFi?
There is free WiFi in the public areas of the hotel.
Is there an airport shuttle?
There is not an airport shuttle.
Is there a hairdryer in the room?
Yes, there are hairdryers in all rooms.
Is there a microwave in the room?
No, rooms do not have a microwave in the rooms.
Is there free parking?
There is free parking at the hotel.
Is the hotel being demolished?
As far as we are aware, there is no demolition plan for the hotel, however, refurbishment has been discussed.
Resort Site Map
The weather in this part of the island is just like the rest, with year round good weather and of course, a bit of wind, making wind surfing on the beach a popular activity. Temperatures can run from late teens to early 30s throughout the year, making this an ideal holiday destination whether you're coming in July and August or December and January.
Latest Reviews In 2021
Reviews for the hotel in 2021 on TripAdvisor are good with a TripAdvisor traveller rating of 4 out of 5, with guests rating the hotel very good. Positive comments focus on great staff and excellent service, and good food quality, while any negative comments are related to the hotel's dated decor.