When it comes to sea views, this hotel doesn’t miss a trick – the 2 pools and themed restaurant soak them up.
This hotel is in a quiet spot with a mini-beach a few steps away. The courtesy bus makes regular trips to Playa de las Americas – and from there it’s a 5-minute walk to Siam Park, Tenerife’s famous waterpark.
The 2 big pools really make the most of the sea views. One of the pools is an infinity number, too. On the food front, there’s a buffet restaurant plus a snack bar that changes to a themed place at night.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Snacks.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, until 24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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This pool hosts all the water activity sports. There's a life guard and the pool is heated in winter, plus a water fountain at the edge.
Offering Continental breakfast, lunch and snacks, also includes a self service drinks counter.
Riu daytime activity programme
Meet by the pool for a range activities. For example those who are interested in the local cuisine there are tortilla, paella and sangria demonstrations.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
Lovely and relaxing
Having been to a Riu hotel before we booked this holiday 6 weeks before going, and we wee not disappointed. All inclusive board with twin bedded room with balcony overlooking mountains - spacious room, excellent maid service and quiet at night (rooms overlooking pool tend to be a bit noisey). Food plenty with indoor and outdoor seating, variety if food good and waiters very attentive. Main criticism would be that English people are a real minority here, appears that this is where the Spanish mainland people go in holiday. Having said that, communication was not a major problem. More
Carol P, Bracknell, England, United Kingdom
Chef stuck in a rut - only 2 pages in his cookbook!
Hotel was good -very clean, room large and spacious not very much furniture though. The small restaurant was good for a late breakfast eggs, bacon etc all freshly cooked, lunch there was also good. Staff were attentive and seem happy to be there. Drinks were OK but dissapointed with cocktails. The main let down was the food in the main restaurant - repetative with little choice. Same meat several days running, only two cheeses for biscuits, the same cream caramel and other sweets every day. Poor choice for breakfast - no sliced bacon on our last morning only fatty lardons. There was omlets for the first two mornings but dissapeared on the third morning. The same happened with the blue cheese in the evening. What concerned me most was a carved gammon joint was not fully cooked as was a pork joint the next evening (blood coming from the meat) On our last night again there was little choice and I complained to the restaurant manager Carlos who was apologetic. He took us down to the Italian resataurant and we ate there. We would have eaten there most evenings had we known there was more than pasta & pizza. As mentioned previously the hotel is very busy at weekend as they allow the locals in for a fixed all inclusive price. I complained to the First Choice rep and the reception staff re the poor food choice and the undercooked meat. The hotel is poor value and we will not return. BTW Playa las Americas is a dump, we were there for 2 hours which is an hour too long!More
greypair, Southampton, United Kingdom
Buena vista sept break
Just returned from a 11night stay at the buena vista having stayed with the riu chain before mainly at riu palace I was a little disappointed, the location is set in a very remote spot ,the staff lean very much towards the Spanish tried to get some rapore with them but it was a hard job . The food became very repetative after the first 5days. when you check out at 11 am you loose your all inclusive unless you pay 20euros p.p .the evening entertainment requires a lot of work !! Tea /coffee making facalities in your room would be a nice touch (so take your travel kettle for that early morning cuppa ) overhaul average break More
Me and my husband wanted a chilled out, All Inclusive holiday before our baby arrives in 4 months time and we couldnt have been happier with the hotel! The staff were so polite, couldnt fault the food, Im quite fussy and found loads to eat! The selection of drinks were great! The hotel is situated in a quiet area so there is nothing around and if you are happy with this, I would recomment this hotel to anyone!More
Samw85, Caterham, United Kingdom
2 Weeks Spetember. Staff are ultra friendly, previous reviews that the manager Jose was uncooperative was totally unfounded - had a medical emergency while we were there and he was fantastic, really went out of his way to help. Food is very repetative but I think you will find that at most all inclusive hotels.More
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