This holiday complex puts you in easy reach of the beach and 2 of Tenerife’s top resorts.
This place delivers knock-out views across the Atlantic Ocean and Las Americas Golf Course. It’s about halfway between Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas, with the beach just 5 minutes away on the free shuttle bus.
The hotel itself has a modern hacienda feel, with elegant white buildings and 2 palm-fringed pools. There’s also an international buffet restaurant and professional live shows in the bar.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Grill, Italian, Chinese and Mexican themed buffets. Snacks and afternoon tea and coffee at limited times.
Local wine, beer, spirits and soft drinks 11.00-23.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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2 outdoor pools
Surrounded by beautiful palm trees and a mini-waterfall effect, the 2 pools offer plenty of space for both kids and grown-ups.
International buffet restaurant
Offering breakfast, lunch and a themed dinner.
Sunbeds and parasols available around the splash pool.
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twin room with pool view
Twin room with pool view sleep up to 4 with twin beds and camp beds. You'll be able to pick up a free Wi-Fi connection. You'll get the first 500MB free, and charges apply after that.
1-bedroom duplex suite sleeps up to 4, with twin beds, camp-beds, and a ceiling fan. Kitchenette has 2 cooking rings, an oven, freezer, kettle, toaster, microwave and coffee-maker. Cots are available on request. Maid service with towel change five times a week and linen change twice a week. Satellite TV at a charge.
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Our first experience of the hotel was meeting Dani on reception who was lovely and friendly! We were checked in efficiently and rooms allocated were spot on. There was 6 of us travelling and 4 of us (myself, my sister and our parents) had a 2 bed apt with roof terrace. Our grandparents were allocated a 1 bed suite set on 1 level (as they are elderly I requested a disabled access room as I have visited the hotel previously I know there would be a lot of steps to some rooms!). Both rooms were lovely, spotlessly clean with more than adequate facilities. It was my Dads 60th Birthday while we were there so my Mum enquired at reception about getting a cake and was assured it was all under control already! My mum also had some friends arriving on their honeymoon and when mentioned to Dani, he upgraded their room and allowed us the room key so we could decorate prior to their arrival. We panicked about the sunbeds as there was such a big group of us (3 more arrived the next day!) so we got up 6.30am on the first day. We soon realised this wasn't needed so made our way down about 7.30am the rest of the week. There were still beds available throughout the day but the hotel did seem to get alot quieter part way through our week. We were all inclusive and found the food to be good. A couple of nights we struggled to find something we really liked but there was always salad! We ate out a couple of nights (cannot recommend Gran Reserva Restaurant in Las Americas enough! Perfect steaks!). Drinks also good - wine, soft drinks, beer and sangria on tap. Wine sometimes had a funny taste to it though! On my Dads birthday, we were given a voucher for a free bottle of champagne and they brought a cake to his table and sang happy birthday which was lovely. We went to Siam Park and booked the tickets through the hotel and used their free bus service. A brilliant day out and highly recommended! We booked a private transfer to/from the airport which took approx 25 mins. Taxis into town were approx 7 euro to get in and approx 5 euro to get back (not sure why the difference!). Overall, it was a fantastic stay for all of us (ages ranged from 12 - 87) and I think we would all likely return! Special thanks to Dani on reception for all of his help.More
Great hotel but bad entertainment.
The hotel location was great. Not far from the main bars/shops. The hotel was lovely, although a lot of stairs/slopes, so not great for the disabled and small children. The entertainment at the hotel was rubbish to say the least. Evening entertainment was very cabaret, no dance floor for the kids, small stage. Poor shows. Crappy tribute acts etc... No slides or anything at the pool for the children. Not much games and activities throughout the day either. Very rarely saw anyone from the entertainment team around the resort. Would not recommend if you are going on a family holiday with a lot of children as mine got bored easily. On the other hand, the rooms were lovely with fantastic views of the island and sea. Set out as an apartment with a kitchen and living room. Free wifi and English TV channels. Would have given the hotel a 4* review if it wasn't for the lack of entertainment and kids activities.More
Rachelodonoghue, London, United Kingdom
We visited Gran Oasis Resort in June 2014 for a 10 night holiday self catering. On arrival we was greeted by the receptionist staff who were very friendly and was always happy to help (especially Pepe!) The rooms were tidy and very clean on arrival but unfortunately they did not get cleaned every day. With being self catering we thought to get some bits in for the room such as cereals ect. But they didn't last long before they were in the bin as little bugs started to appear around and in the food. I would definitely advise to go all inclusive in this resort to save the hassle of buying from the little shop as the larger supermarkets were a good walk away from the resort.More
Libby C, Doncaster, United Kingdom
Be happy but put your towels out at midnight!
This was our first time to this hotel and we will return without a doubt! On arrival - our plane had been delayed with a punctured front tyre but we were met by Pepe & Lydia (see them in my photos!) who treated us like royalty. Pepe explained that the restaurant was due to close shortly but took our cases and directed us straight there whilst he and Lydia checked us all in. Our room was 174 a duplex apartment on two floors - the main bedroom was on the ground floor with a kitchen / lounge upstairs. The children had pull-out beds in the lounge area. Both rooms had efficient air conditioning and were spotlessly clean. The rooms were cleaned daily with the exception of Wednesday & Sunday. Plenty of towels and clean sheets although we had to ask for additional pillows as there is only one each. The kitchen was fully equipped presumably for self catering stays but we did not use anything. There are three pools which were clean and there were plenty of sunbeds although the front row were usually reserved around midnight as the evening entertainment ended. If you can't beat them join them! I have to say the hotel seemed to have 95% British guests staying for our break and we always blame the Germans for putting towels out but this was extreme and the hotel should do more to control it. The restaurant was clean and there was plenty of choice on the all inclusive menu. My children are borderline fussy but in the 12 days we stayed always found something they liked at breakfast, lunch and for evening meals. All inclusive is the way to go! On Thursday the hotel stage carnival day and a huge effort goes in by the hotel team in making this an extravaganza for guests - the entertainment starts at 11am and doesn't stop until 1130pm. Look out for Wayne in his act on the stage around the pool area. The animation team work continuously to look after and entertain both young and old. Renate, Alex & Steffi do a fantastic job and never seem to rest! Checkout my pictures of them on Flickr. The hotel is fairly remote but they do run a free coach apart from Sundays and it leaves from the front door to Siam Park, the beach, the Safari shopping centre and the Monkey Beach Club. It does get full so be at the stop outside in plenty of time. Timetables are found in reception. The hotel have an ethos of 'Be Happy' and it works for them - just about every colleague working in the hotel from the cleaners, through maintenance crew and all waiters have a smaile and are very friendly. Can't wait to go back! The WaltonsMore
best holiday ever !!
this was our second family holiday to this resort, and once again we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves ! the staff are so friendly and helpful, especially renate , wayne and the entertainment team. the entertainment was excellent, something for all ages. the food had a great variety every night. whole place was very clean, as was the pool. hoping to catch "top hat & heels" in the uk ! great night out. will be booking for next year !!!!More
mariablue2014, Southampton, United Kingdom
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