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.
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. This place comes with a dress code, it's long trousers and a shirt for gentlemen in the evenings.
Twin rooms come with comforts like air-con, satellite TV, tea and coffee making facilities and a cooler. Double beds are sometimes available on request - please speak with your travel agent to add a note to your booking, or contact us once you've made your online booking.
Just returned from our first visit to the Coronas Playa Hotel
This was our first time at this hotel. As has been said before this is predominantly an older persons hotel with about 80% of guests being over 70 during our stay. We stayed in room 625 which was excellent, but is an upgrade room complete with sun loungers on the balcony. It gets the sun from 11am to sunset with a view over the upper quiet pool. The food is variable, breakfast is excellent with a wide range to select from, dinner on the other hand was a little less appetising. There was not a great amount of choice, and what there was tended to be over cooked especially the vegetables. The hotel itself is of a good standard, but is starting to look a little tired in places. On the whole the staff were excellent and could not do enough for you, though some did take the welcome a little too far, but some of the older guests seemed to love it. We found that many were repeat visitors, some returning several times a year. The reception staff were superb dealing with all queries with a smile and efficiency. Any faults to rooms were dealt with the same day.
The hotel is located about a 10 minute walk from the town along an excellent walkway. It is not completely flat, but neither is it hard going. There are two routes into town, the costal route tales about 18 minutes, but the shortcut cuts it to less than 10. There is little sign of Lanzarote in the town as it was built for the tourists, but the food and drink are very reasonable. You could get a three course meal from 6.85 euros in a Chinese restaurant to 40+ in one of the better ones. The main drawback is the wind! During our stay it was cloudy most mornings, and even when the sun came out it did not feel hot, due to the wind. Dangerous if you do not put on plenty of sunblock as you do not feel yourself burning. We saw lots of very very red people. Overall a good holiday, but would rate this hotel at the lower end of the Thomsons Gold (TUI) range as it lacked one or two of the little touches we have experienced in other gold hotels. The evening entertainment was fair, but nothing to rave about. The activities during the day were typical of most other Tompson hotels and the reps worked hard to make sure that those who wanted to partake enjoyed themselves, but they were not too pushy as at some hotels.
Overal a relaxing holiday but we did not feel it was good enough for us to want to return again and again.More
Feels like Home
Fourth visit to Coronas - 14 days AI in a ground floor room near the entertainment pool.
Good Food, excellent evening Entertainment, the Gold team, Lewis and Naomi work really hard to ensure you enjoy your holiday. No pressure to join in - take it or leave it.
The monkey bar does really good coffees now, all different alcohol mixes, hmhh! Our room 225 had been updated, so nice and clean. Staff are brilliant, excellent service from all throughout our stay. Just what you expect from the Coronas. Highly recommended through the year.More
Excellent place to stay without exception
Accommodation first rate, staff courteous and polite, food was great, entertainment most nights a real joy, a little less exciting during the day.
I would recommend this hotel without hesitation.
The rooms were pristine, light airy and spacious, nothing was too much bother.
Will definitely be going again.More
Windy Lanzarote 2016
We stayed at the Coronas Playa for a week from the 9th May, it is our fifth visit so we knew what to expect. The weather unfortunately was very windy and chilly and cloudy with sun mainly in the afternoon, not the hotels fault.
The hotel remains the same, the staff are all friendly and cheery, its very clean and tidy and the food although a bit boring by the end of the week was very good. The cocktails and drinks are great , really good to have branded drinks.
The entertainment team are very new and very young but Naomi and Lewis were both very good and did a great job, although seemed to be the same day time activities every day and as the weather was so chilly not many people joined in with pool activities. The entertainment on the whole was very good although we did see the exact same acts last year. The duo Without a doubt were not to my taste, we have previously seen Les & Lesley & Rock & Rose who were both excellent and this duo just didn't have the same stage presence, The lady is in a wheelchair as she has broken her foot so cant move around and I just didn't like her voice and didn't enjoy their act, although saying that John is a fab guitar player, this is just personal taste.
We had a problem with the water in our room which was room 332, we informed reception 3 times and nothing was done. On our last day we were in a hurry to get showered as with our late check out we had to be out of the room by 5 o clock, so we couldn't take as long in the shower, it was so bad it went from normal temperature to scolding hot to freezing cold all the way through the shower, when your trying to wash your hair whilst trying not to get burnt this is not good and we are in our forty's so could jump out of the way I do worry about the slightly older people how they would manage. We also did inform reception again how bad it was on check out but they never even wrote the room number down!!!
All in all we had a good break but think will give this hotel a break for a couple of years just to see if entertainment and other issues improve.More
Lisa F, 186278
! week holiday staying at Hotel Coronas Playa
The hotel was well maintained and the staff very welcoming. The room was very large and had a bed larger than 'king Size'. The room was air conditioned, and had tea and coffee making facilities which were replenished daily, there was also had a fridge. The balcony was a reasonable size and had a table and two chairs. It also had a wall mounted clothes rack for any washing requiring drying. The food in the restaurant was varied and there was a choice suitable for all tastes (even porridge for breakfast).
The hotel also had 'all inclusive' and drinks etc were not just local as found in some all inclusive hotels.
The hotel had many holiday makers returning for several times, the only down side to this was that I found as a first time visitor being treated like a second class citizen.
Bus timetables were varied and buses seemed to run at a variety of peculiar times. There are many car rental firms close by. Lots of bars, cafes and restaurants nearby serving both local and English food.
Evening entertainment was brilliant by far the best we have had when visiting abroad.
The least liked experience was the wind encountered on a daily basis. Although when we were there locals said it was unusually stronger than normal, it was also cold.More