This seafront hotel gives you two pools and Atlantic views. And it scores top marks on the entertainment front, too.
This seafront hotel puts you a comfortable 15-minute walk from Costa Teguise’s centre and beach. Back at the hotel itself, the two pools are the focal point – they’re big and both come with bars.
Food plays a big part here. In the buffet restaurant, British classics sit alongside themed specials, and there’s also a weekly gala night. After dinner, head to the bar for live music, or the pavilion for professional shows.
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Classic holidays designed for adults, with great entertainment
- High-calibre hotels
- Geared towards adults
- Classic entertainment
- Home-from-home dining
- Expert service
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks|
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand and some branded alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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2 outdoor pools
You'll have a choice of two pools set amongst wide terraces laced with sunbeds and thatched parasols. A deposit is required for pool towels.
The Crown buffet restaurant*
This restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with a variety of snacks on offer, as well as local and international dishes, and vegetarian options. There are regular themed nights and a weekly gala dinner here too.
The main bar is the place to go for a drink and some live entertainment after dinner.
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Select Suite with Garden View and Terrace
These select suites offer a bit of extra luxury, with express check-in, bathrobes and slippers, plus free entry to the nearby gym. Outside, there's a fully-furnished terrace that offers a garden view. You'll have free Wi-Fi in the room, too. Please note that these suites are not in the main building.
Select Suite with Sea View and Terrace
These select suites offer a bit of extra luxury, with express check-in, bathrobes and slippers, plus free entry to the nearby gym. Outside, there's a fully-furnished balcony that offers a view of the sea. You'll have free Wi-Fi in the room, too. Please note that these suites are not in the main building.
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A breeze in Costa Teguise
My wife & myself have just returned from 10 glorious days at the Thomson Gold Adults Only Coronas Playa Hotel feeling rested & refreshed having had a great time A lovely warm welcome with a glass of bubbly then to our massive select room number 446 with sea view & balcony overlooking the lower pool great position & highly recommended - with a rider that for the next 4/6 weeks there is a large marquee for temporary entertainment whilst the pavilion is renovatedMore
Friendliest holiday ever!
Stayed in 325 (select room) which was overlooking the activity pool and sea. Spacious room with robes and slippers and a bottle of white wine on arrival. Kettle with tea, coffee and bottled water replaced when needed. Bathroom had a hairdryer and shower gel & soap in a wall dispenser. In hindsight I wouldn't pay the extra for the select upgrade as we just weren't in the room enough for it to make a difference but these are the things you learn when you chat to others there. We were also advised that its cheaper to upgrade to all inclusive at the hotel instead of when booking with Thomsons. The hotel offers three levels of food and drinks upgrades to cover food, alcoholic drinks or non-alcoholic so something for everyone and much cheaper for those who don't drink alcohol. So, the other guests - I only saw Brits. And yes they are mostly the older generation (we are in our early forties) however they were so friendly and as someone else mentioned, manners prevailed. Loved the company around the pool and at the bar. Mealtimes were civilised - no pushing in as we've experienced in other places. Adults only of course so no tired restless kids kicking off around the pool or in the restaurant and just makes for a chilled out day. Whilst the hotel is on the seafront its a rocky shoreline so you have to walk along the promenade to find the sand. Free wifi throughout - limited to two devices but we had no issue with connection and the signal was good. We stayed around the activity pool each day and never struggled to find poolside beds. They enforce the 'no reserving beds before 10am' really well by taking towels away to reception. The activity team are fab and not in the least bit pushy so you don't have to keep making excuses not to join in if you don't want. The pool was bloody freezing though! And it doesnt get any warmer throughout the day but after a few hours in scorching sunshine it can be quite pleasant after the initial shock. Its always really breezy and people had pegs to keep the towels on the sunbeds. 2Euros for a pack of 4 from the shop next door although we borrowed some from the reception trolley and then passed them on to another couple when we left....they have a little trolley in the lobby where you can leave stuff for others such as shower gel, sun cream, books etc. Very useful. Food - I'm a veggie so I'm always ready for a struggle when we travel but did ok here. Always chips and salads and breads and soups to choose from whilst the mains were geared towards fish and meat lovers. Full english brekkie every day with proper sausages and bacon for the other half. They cater for dietary requirements if you ask, giving you a list of foods to avoid but I noticed that certain dishes were labelled vegetarian yet contained chopped ham or anchovies etc. But I'm used to this when abroad so it wasn't a problem. The staff in the restaurants and bars looked genuinely happy in their work and were so friendly, you're made to feel very welcome and included from the moment you arrive. We didn't visit the evening entertainment but heard it as we wandered through the complex at night and it sounded very professional - mostly singing. They've moved into a temporary marquee whilst they upgrade the existing venue, this didn't suit some as it was right next to the sea view apartments blocking their view and creating alot of noise all night....it shouldn't be for long though. There are a few upgrades planned throughout the place and it will definitely benefit as some areas are quite dated. I did notice that the whole hotel is wheelchair friendly right down to the seafront promenade which then reaches for a few km in both directions. Overall we thorougly enjoyed our stay in Sept and met some lovely people who readily accepted its reputation of 'gods waiting room' which was their tongue-in-cheek observation not ours!!! This never stopped the fellas getting in the pool for a highly competitive game of volleyball and everyone definitely know how to drink and have fun at night with none of the drama. Not once did I feel uncomfortable getting my wobbly bits out to get in the pool - no one cares or judges. What a refreshing change and a fab holiday! Glad we stayed :)More
just returned from 2 weeks here again and to be honest I love it here. I have returned numerous times and have booked to go back again in November. I find the Hotel very friendly and welcoming with staff who are the best I have ever encountered. Sarah and Caroline at reception cannot do enough to help and with recent promotions of Paty and Jose the standards have gone even higher. There is an issue right now with the entertainment marquee, it may not be ideal but it is the only alternative whist the Pavilion roof is being replaced. That replacement had to happen so other arrangements had to made. In fairness to the Hotel I see no other option for them within the grounds. I know the Hotel state they did tell Thompson in advance so perhaps not the fault of the Hotel? Anyway as I said the staff are amazing Angel, Moses, Antonia, Flores, there are just too many to name, really friendly welcoming people. I feel really comfortable here. Food is never an issue for us, items always have ingredients labelled and even with some dietary issues I do not fail to eat. The deputy head chef has even offered to cook plain food for me if I ask. I agree with previous comments about sun bed baggers, so as not to leave beds unattended it is amusing to watch people wrap up in towels to keep warm early in the mornings, or one go for breakfast then return and the other go. I quite believe the contributor who had death stares!! Personally I love the Hotel, I am returning and look forward to seeing the updating and improvements but I really really look forward to seeing the people again, they are like friends now and that is importantMore
We have just returned from two weeks at the Coronas Playa - again. We had a good time, although the weather wasn't brilliant - lots of cloud - sun didn't come out til mid-day most days and it was quite windy! The hotel is always good with lovely food, good entertainment in the evening and activities during the daytime. The staff are always very polite and helpful, it is like 'going home' when you stay there. We had a lovely waitress almost every evening called Clara, she always had a smile on her face and was always very polite and aiming to please. The two comedians ( 1 each week) were brilliant! We will almost certainly visit this hotel again - it never fails to please - even though we have been there about four times!More
This is the view from our balcony. This humungous taupaling tent has been erected for evening entertainment whilst The Pavillion is renovated. No communication or apology or anything until 2 nights in of entertainment starting. With the sea view gone completely the wind is the next thing. Continual clanking and flapping all through the night as the structure hasn't been secured properly. The next thing is the evening entertainment which starts with sound checks at around 7 through to 11-11.30. If you are of the older generation who like an early night and peace and quiet sitting out on your balcony or having an early night after your meal, think again. Beware if you're visiting as this temporary structure is an eyesore and if your room is at the sea end of the hotel it will have an impact. Not ideal. More
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