This palatial hotel puts you right by the beach. It also comes with four massive pools and lots of fantastic places to eat.
This place is more like a big palace than a hotel. Four huge pools wind their way through the gardens, where you’ll also find four poolside snack bars and four tennis courts. The grounds lead right onto a sandy beach.
The hotel has a big choice of restaurants, with the star turn being the gourmet place. There’s regular live entertainment, too, while pampering comes courtesy of the luxury spa.
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4 Star plus
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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With four hydro-massage pools, 14 treatment rooms and a choice of more than 60 treatments, hydro-thermal circuit with an African sauna, two steam baths, two relaxation rooms, ice igloo, adventure showers, Kneipp pool, Himalaya salt grotto, flotation pool, and a gym plus a beauty corner with plenty of treatments you'll be spoilt for choice here.
4 outdoor pools
Three of the pools here can be heated depending on weather conditions - they come with sunbeds and parasols.
This pool comes with an artificial beach to one side and is edged with palms for that bit of extra shade. As an extra bonus it offers views out across the ocean.
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Twin Room with Balcony or Terrace
Junior Suite with Mountain View and Balcony
These bright, modern junior suites come with a balcony that offers views of the mountainside. They have a twin bedroom and a lounge area with an extra bed that can sleep 1 adult or 2 children. Plus there's air-conditioning, a minibar* and a TV.
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Very impressed on arrival, but took a while to find our room. From there on every thing was great. Beds were comfy and room was spotless. Loved the food, so much choice. All the staff, especially in the dining rooms and restaurants, were so helpful and pleasant. Will definately return.More
Christine D, 186466
Second visit - second time satisfied
The hotel has not lost its attractiveness since our last visit. The unique pool landscape is not to beat. However, you have to look at some things critically. The second dining room, which is supposed to serve as an evasive dining room, has a certain unpleasantness and some seats in the main restaurant are also getting older and in particular the wooden chairs in the outside area should be checked or exchanged. The shows in the evening are amazingly good, but...this does not concern the houseband. ( they do not understand the language in which they are singing and they are uncertain in the lyrics. But above all, these complaints are at a high level and we will gladly visit the hotel againMore
Early Summer Sun During Easter Holiday
My partner and step-daughter (17) spent 11 nights at this hotel in April and loved it. They spoke very highly of the friendly staff, the good food and the lovely pools. One absolute highlight for them was the fact that towels left unoccupied on sun beds prior to 9.30am were removed by the pool attendant. This policy should be mandatory in all hotels wherever you go. Rooms had everything you could ask for. Breakfast was plentiful and evening meals were varied and that filling that late night ice creams were not enjoyed as often as normal. Drinks were not at rip off prices either. If you did not want to stay half board there are some very nice restaurants in the area that seemed to be doing a booming trade. Please note that this hotel does cater for quite a lot of returning older guests and nationalities are varied. Far more Germans and Scandinavians than Brits although that's not always a bad thing. Hotel is close to all amenities and the beach is just a short distance away. There is even an open air cinema within close proximity. Wi-Fi is a bit hit and miss in the rooms and around the pools but you do have to pay a daily rate of â¬2. If there was a complaint it was the fact that children were allowed to use the hot tubs as a play pool but that's a lack of supervision by parents as much as anything else.More
JUST TOO BIG!
My Wife and I are just back from 10 days at this Hotel. Arriving at around 23:00 hours we checked in and told that their was a meal waiting forms in one of the dinning rooms. This consisted of three trays of cold left overs from that evenings dinner. Took one look and left. The Hotel was very busy and we got a room on the 5th floor which was looking out onto the main street of the local area with a huge blank wall projecting out on the left of the very small balcony, The room was usual size sparsely furnished and well past its sell by. Furniture looked like marine ply and well used. Air conditioning controlled by hotel with fixed temperature. Safe, which you pay for, did not work and only after five attempts ending in technician making repair did it eventually operate. Door lock did not work over four days before eventually having complete new lock system fitted. Upgrades were not available nor was any other room offered. Dinning was a bit of scrum with waiting at times for seating. The food was certainly varied, however quality of raw materials and cooking was par for the course in holiday package Hotels. Food.... meat, fish etc bought in from the cheap end of the market. Tried the restaurant, ala cart, wich you pay for. service good food average to poor. Quite expensive for what you get. charged 3:60 euros for two small dinner rolls!!. The grounds are well kept and have some very good specimen trees and shrubs. I found the Hotel just too big. 1000 rooms!! The Foyer area resembled Grand Central Station with people coming and going all the time. Bars were adequate but the usual silly prices for the drinks. Wine in the dinning room was also overpriced.. Not a lot to do in the immediate area of the Hotel. Very rocky and stoney beach along the front south of the lighthouse. The beach to the north of same can only be described as "Chatty" with rubbish touristy shops. All in all, a disappointing holiday but alas this is what you get on most package holiday now. Same Hotels, same rooms and for the most part poor food. This hotel is described as 4.5. star. Sorry, not in my book.More
Romantic Getaway and Chill out time
Just back from a week chilling out at this hotel. If its relaxation and winding down your after this is the place. The rooms are spacious and kept very clean. The grounds are very tropical with a choice of quiet pools and the infinity one is amazing. The food was excellent as we did a half board basis and found every night there was something different to try. The kitchen staff are immaculate so no problems with hygiene here. There were always enough beds to go round and towels are provided. If you want you can change them each day for fresh ones for 2 euro. There are some shops and restaurants close by and Playa del Ingles is about 5 euro in a taxi if you fancy something different. The beach is a five-minute walk and the dunes are just a little further along the beach. All in all a fantastic time and this is a hotel we will be revisiting.More
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