Among ROBINSON Club’s resorts are a range of options within easy reach of the UK, including Spain, Italy, Turkey and Morocco and many also come at an upfront all-inclusive price, so parents can relax as the kids enjoy the range of facilities and dining options on offer.
ROBINSON Club resorts are especially great for older children, who perhaps need more stimulation as they head into their teens, but children and parents of all ages will be able to try out a range of sports and leisure activities and find plenty of fun ways to spend their days.
And, even if it’s little more than lounging by the beach or pool that’s required, that’s possible too, given the peaceful setting of all the resorts. Meanwhile, parents can be assured that the focus on cuisine is always healthy and delicious too, and if fitness is a priority, comprehensive WellFit facilities are available at each resort.
The ROBINSON Club brand – which is owned by TUI – is reaching out to a more international market too, taking its well-loved club concept to a broader audience, especially here in the UK. And now - you could be trying one of the resorts for yourself, with the chance to win a seven-night holiday for two people with flights!
Simply make one ROBINSON Club booking (book by July 10, client must travel by the end of summer) and you could be in with a chance - see end of story for details!
One of the key resorts close to home is ROBINSON Club Apulia in Italy, set in the heart of a pine forest and offering an adrenalin-filled and fun escape for summer holidays.
There are five pools – including two children’s pools and one with a waterslide – and nine tennis courts, while other activities to try include archery lessons, football and basketball, while go-karting is also available nearby.
For little guests, a baby provisions service is available, which means parents don’t have to pack as much for the holiday; parents and older children will also enjoy the WellFit Spa and the yoga or pilates classes available on the lawns beneath pine trees at the resort.
The ROBINSON Club Apulia has also recently enjoyed extensive renovations and when guests can drag themselves away, the beautiful Italian coastline is close by. Families can take full advantage of sailing, windsurfing and stand-up paddle boarding, enjoy boat excursions or trips to local towns such as Lecce, Gallipoli and Santa Maria di Leuca.
If clients prefer Spain, a perfect option is ROBINSON Club Esquinzo Playa in Fuerteventura. Located on the golden sands of Playa de Esquinzo on the island’s endless southeast coastline, the resort is set among lush gardens and five freshwater pools, including a lagoon pool with water slide.
The location means ROBINSON Club Esquinzo Playa resort is great for kitesurfing, windsurfing and sailing, whether for beginners or those with more experience. There’s also beach volleyball, soccer, water polo or soccer tennis to get involved in, while at the Family Studio, there’s space for creative work in acrylic and watercolor painting, modeling and collage.
Set on a pristine sandy beach on the Turkish Riviera, ROBINSON Club Masmavi is the newest addition to the portfolio, having opened in Antalya a year ago. Along with a private beach tempting peaceful stays in the sun, the resort has its own Aqua Park, with exhilarating slides and plenty of pools.
Being so close to the sea means families can relax or get more active, with excellent paddle boarding conditions. On dry land, guests can enjoy a game of tennis or improve their golf swing at the ROBINSON Golf Academy and with 10 golf courses within 10 minutes of the resort, they can easily get out and about to practice too.
Over in Morocco, ROBINSON Club Agadir has a picturesque setting amid hypnotic sand dunes while the Atlantic ocean beyond offers perfect surfing conditions. Located alongside the Royal Palace, the resort is the only hotel with direct access to the Agadir’s five-mile beach, so is a great place to take to a surfboard.
This majestic resort also presents a host of WellFit offers, such as a hammam and relaxing massages, while Robinsonaden cultural experiences excursions to Marrakech or Essaouira are also available.
One of the noteworthy family-friendly features of ROBINSON Club resorts is ROBY BABY, which means included in the stay will be baby food, fresh baby puree, baby bottle warming, baby monitor, buggies, high chairs and washing machines (nappies, milk powder and baby food jars can also be arranged at additional charge).
Super Minis offers scheduled care every day for tots aged two years and above, while the ROBY CLUB is the place for Minis (3–5 years) and Maxis (6–7 years).
For children aged 8–12 years old, R.O.B.Y has plenty of activities on offer – there’s R.O.B.Y Sport, R.O.B.Y fun and R.O.B.Y creative and even a unicycle school (ROBY tennis course and ROBY Sharky swimming school are also available at additional cost). And when it comes to teens, they will be taken care of in ROBS, which creates a scheduled programme of activities for two age groups, 13-15 year olds and 15 and over.
So wherever you suggest for your clients this summer, they will be able to enjoy a holiday packed with activities in a resort that has friendly and fun staff (ROBINS, as they are known in resort), healthy cuisine, plus great activity options outside the resorts too. All you have to do now, is get clients to join the ROBINSON Club this summer.
ROBINSON Club will soon have 25 resorts in 13 countries and you could be trying the ROBINSON Club Quinta da Ria in Portugal for yourself, with our summer incentive.
All you need to do is book any ROBINSON Club* for your client before July 10 (for travel by the end of summer) and you could win a seven-night trip for two, including TUI flights from London to Faro and transfers (travel before November 5, subject to exclusions).
Once you have made a booking, please enter the details at surveymonkey.co.uk/r/robinsonholiday
*Most ROBINSON Clubs can be booked as a package with Thomson, so once you have completed a booking, make a note of the reference in order to enter.