The food at this contemporary hotel comes highly recommended – as do its 2 pools and beachside setting.
Set in vast landscaped gardens just 20 metres from the beach, the buildings of this hotel are inspired by local artist, Cesar Manrique. The décor is cool and contemporary, and there’s a huge atrium-style lobby.
The hotel has 2 pools and an outstanding buffet restaurant. If you want to venture out, the harbour town of Puerto del Carmen is a 3-minute drive down the road.
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Based On 3269 reviews
- Official Rating
- Floors: 3 or 4
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Afternoon tea, coffee and cakes 15.00-17.00.
Select local and imported alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, as well as some liquors and cocktails 11.00-23.00. A larger range of liquors, cocktails and drinks may be purchased at a reduction if you show your All Inclusive card.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Outdoor activity pool
Pool games and activities take place here in this large, heated pool. Pool towels are provided with a deposit.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner with an early continental breakfast from 6am. Theme nights and cooking shows take place here throughout the week.
Running every night in the summer months and at least 3 nights a week in the winter.
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1 bedroom family room with balcony or terrace
This bright and spacious family room sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. There's air-conditioning available from June to September and there's also Wi-Fi* available in your room. You'll also have some space outside as the room has a balcony or terrace. There's also a safety deposit box* and a minibar*.
twin room with terrace
This light and airy twin room is a great base from which to explore. It's fully air-conditioned with access to Wi-Fi* - there's a minibar* and safety deposit box* plus facilities to make tea and coffee. And you'll have some outside space as there's a terrace.
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January in the sun 2016
We visited this hotel at the end of January 2016 - Very Near to the airport so very quick transfer was sitting by the bar by 1.30pm. Room was Fairly large but situated on the edge of the property overlooking a wall to the rear of the property. Room was quite Dark, but adequate. Food quality in this hotel is very good, with a large cooking area outside the main buffet restaurant, that cooked fresh fish, meat every day lunch and evening meal. The buffet was also of a very high standard. Waiter servive could be a little slow dependent on where you sat. The drinks are also of a very high standard and have cava on tap at the bar!!! also gin was bombay rather than the local rubbish. Entertainment was a bit hit or miss more like a butlins with abba acts and some dancing, but better than some hotels, the piano bar was nice and spent a few nights sitting at this bar, had entertainment in this bar to/singer piano player. There is a gym which is well equipped with different rooms for weights, machines and classes. Not that there were any classes on. The time of year we went was full of older residents on long term holidayxs from the UK, so fairly quiet. The hotel is situated within shops, bars, and restaurants a short stroll, we went outside a few nights to an Irish bar to watch a drag act. You could also walk along the prom to more restaurants and shops (half hour walk). A good quality 4 star hotel, with amenities in spitting distance to the hotel. Which has entertainnment but no too everyones taste. Quiet days, nice time of year to visit. No rushing for sunbeds at the crack of dawn always plenty around. With a good selection of food/drink of a very high standard. Goiod Value for a short break.More
11 Glorious Nights
Had a brill time with exceptionally good weather for the time of year, circa 25-28 degrees. Food great, drink aplenty, great company, and extremely attentive staff. Special mention to Carlos Pazos, (pool bar), Oscar Tejerina, (everywhere) and Naty Arincon, (piano bar), treated us like royalty. The hotel was far enough away from the main harbour to be peacefully quiet at night, but really close to the airport, (about Â£9 in a taxi). Had a great night at the Music Hall Theatre with the drag artists - DON'T miss this!More
Martin V, 186534
Had an all inclusive week here. The hotel, its location, staff etc are all very good as was the food varied with lots of choice. Two downers: one was the quality of the red wine, two was the choice for vegetarians e.g. great salads that had ham, things like this.More
What a gem
We were lucky to visit outside of the school holidays so we avoided the sun bed wars. Having said that we could not avoid the chaos in the restaurant. Finding a table was never easy but the staff were always quick to set up as soon as a table became available. We found problems actually getting to the food because of the aged guests blocking up the aisles discussing their medical complaints. Once you get your food it is of good quality and plenty of choice. The AI wines were of a reasonable standard but you can, of course, pay for a higher quality if they are not to your taste. We were allocated a ground floor room with a huge terrace overlooking the pool and gardens. There was plenty of storage and it was kept spotlessly clean as was the rest of the hotel. We did not specify a type of room when we booked through our travel agent so presume this is the basic and you have to contact the hotel direct if you want to upgrade. The evening entertainment was of a reasonable standard both in the Berlingo Bar and the Piano Bar. However, if you are a music lover, the Il Divo tribute is best avoided. It is the staff who make this hotel. From reception to the cleaning staff and the waiting staff in the bars and restaurants they are superb. We would particularly like to commend David from the bar staff, Manuel from the Berlingo Bar and the restaurant, and Belinda and Olga from the restaurant. Top Tip : If you have a ground floor room with a terrace, as we did, you can ask Reception to put two sun beds and mattresses onto your terrace. There is a cost of 10 euro per person per week but it was well worth it for the peace and quiet and you can avoid the sun bed wars during the school holidays. Geoff and Pamela WarrenMore
we booked 3 nights at this hotel as we could not get the villa we wanted for 10 nights - so we booked 3 nights at the hotel - wish we had booked 10 nights at the hotel. the staff were excellent and the food was as good as nay 5 star hotels we have stayed in. the menu choice at both breakfast and the evening meal had something for everyone. the only issue we had was the price of the drinks which are not includedMore
ron b, 186317
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