The Hotel H10 Rubicon Palace matches a gourmet dining scene with a close-to-the-beach postcode.
Set in beautiful gardens, this hotel has the sea out front and Montana Roja in the background. There’s a small beach less than five minutes’ walk away and Playa Blanca is about five minutes’ ride in a taxi.
The hotel has five pools, one of which has a pirate boat anchored in it. Taking care of meals is a selection of buffet and à la carte places, including a poolside Italian. At night, there’s a chilled-out piano bar.
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A luxurious spa that offers specialist massages and treatments such as facials and body wraps. Book beforehand to avoid disappointment.
Janubio buffet restaurant
The bigger of the two buffet restaurants, Janubio serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The chefs can cater for specific dietary requirements on request, and there's also outdoor seating.
There are five swimming pools to pick from here. One is a saltwater pool, and one is a quiet pool that's just right for relaxing beside. Sunbeds are provided and pool towels are available with a deposit.
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double room with garden view and balcony or terrace
These double rooms come with garden views and a balcony or terrace. There’s a satellite TV and air-conditioning. And you’ll also have an extra bed and a child's bed.
twin room with sea view and balcony or terrace
These twin rooms come with either a balcony or terrace sea views. And there’s air-conditioning and a TV.
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Stayed here with family in April. Lovely resort, spacious with a lovely little bar away from main hotel. Staying as a premium guest you have the luxury of named drinks, a different restaurant where you order from the menu not buffet. All guests can eat a couple of times at themed restaurants. There is a building in one of the pools shaped like a boat that serves snacks. I would return.More
Gillian G, 191266
Two week holiday
Two week A.I. holiday with First Choice. Building works going on. Could be fairly intrusive if you're in the vicinity of the works. Currently (early Feb 2017) they're re-tiling the floor near the main pool area and totally renewing the old piano bar next to Reception. Quite a wide spread hotel and can be a little walk to the main restaurant / reception area depending on room location. Food excellent as was the staff. Drinks also good with the likes of Bells whisky and Gordons gin on the standard AI package. There are no real beaches close by so if that is important look elsewhere. I wouldn't recommend it whilst the works are in progress, unless you can negotiate a hefty discount.More
65th Birthday in the Sun
Arrived 2/2/17, upgraded to Seaview room, all inc thro First Choice. Nicely greeted with glass of cava and helped with bags to room. Lovely modern room with two double beds! Straight over to see the seaview and opened window to see and hear workmen drilling near pool below. Decided to ask possibility of another room, before unpacking. This was sorted, helped again with our bags in a minibus and second room was right overlooking the sea, spacious with fabulous large terrace and views. Shame about all the refurbishment work but sure it will be even nicer when finished. This is a large holiday 'village' with different areas to relax with sunbeds, beautiful landscaped gardens and different pools. Shame paving work was being done near the only heated pool in 'winter'. Food was amazing. Such a large choice, even at breakfast. All inc. allowed a night at each of the 3 a la carte Restaurants. The Italian was lovely for my husbands Birthday dinner, we had his complimenary birthday bottle of cava there and they sang happy birthday with his dessert. Asian choices were good, Steakhouse is in lovely pool setting, but wasn't our favourite food style. The restaurants give a nice special, waited on experience, but we enjoyed all the food. Hotel is on the edge of town, good for walking up the local volcano and along the promenade to lighthouse.. It is bit of a walk the other way along the promenade to local beach and town. There is a local bus and stop which is just outside but shame the hotel don't run a courtesy bus, especially on market days. We enjoyed the piano bar after dinner and some 10 pm shows. Entertainment started in the morning and there are timetables around. Mikes coffee bar offers a fab choice of refreshments and the Sports bar opportunity to get behind the football. Everything is well organised, staff friendly and work hard. We had a fab time and mostly lovely weather. Would definitely retun and recommend, especially when workmen have finished.More
Have stayed her 5 time they have always made us feel special and looked after. Hotel and food have always been great would go back. Rooms large grounds always clean and friendly staff. They have made some good changes the pool bar food is much better and clean since they stopped the birds getting in.More
There is major construction going on at present. We spent a week at the hotel, returning yesterday. This was our 4th visit so we do like the place and are prepared to forgive a few blemishes but.......... The piano bar is undergoing major renovation, the areas around the restaurants and pool bar are being retired and work goes on from about 10-00 until 18-00. Rooms are also being refitted and there is some noise depending on where your room is. When finished it will be good but the H10 group should have copied the example of the Iberostar and closed until completed. We love the setting of the Rubicon, the staff and the food, but because it is being refurbished everything is looking scruffy. Broken chairs in the buffet, dust in the main reception, and the current piano bar like a working men's club. It would rate as a 3 star at present. We still enjoyed our trip but all work would need to be finished before we considered another visit, and it seems this is going to take some time.More
James C, 190832
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Please note that this hotel has a Tour Operator Rating of 4 in summer, 4 plus in winter. The official rating is 4 star until 1st May 2017, when it'll change to 5 star.