A hotel for the intrepid, where you can journey to the four corners of the world and go back in time to an era when mermaids, buccaneers and pirates ruled the waves.
Facilities in Brief
- Bathroom with bath
- TV - International channels
- Films on request
- Hair Dryer
- Individual heating and ventilator
- Tea and Coffee-making facilities
- WI-FI Access
- Free baby cot (upon request)
All aboard the good shop Explorer! With porthole mirrors and other marine decorations, you'll feel like you're in your own 'cabin'. Standard rooms for up to 4 people with one double bed and two single beds.
Bigger families with 2 extra 'passengers' can ask for an inter-connecting bunk cabin with one set of bunk beds.
Restaurants at Thomas Cook's Explorers Hotel
The Captain's Library Restaurant
Traditional fare from the great exploring nations of Europe feature on the menu, together with pancakes and French "Crepes". Special dishes for young explorers are also available.
A good place to rest after an exhausting day in a 16th century French elegant setting!
Alongside The Captain's Library Restaurant is a small explorers play area for the younger crewmembers
The Plantation Restaurant
Help yourself in this market-style food emporium where the different stalls feature delicious recipes from around the world. The "all-you-can-eat" formula will enable you to satisfy young and old appetites.
LA playground area is available for young explorers within the restaurant.
Marco's serves minute-ready pizzas, with french fries, pastries and ice creams, to take away or to eat on the spot. Great for a quick and informal bite to eat, or to stave off the munchies when returning after a hard day's exploring.
For Your Relaxation
Take some Timeout and Relax