This seafront hotel gives you 2 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 2 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
- Geared towards adults
- Classic entertainment
- Home-from-home dining
- Expert service
- High-calibre hotels
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand and some branded alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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2 outdoor pools
You have a choice of 2 pools set amongst wide terraces. With sunbeds and thatched parasols. Deposit required for pool towels.
The Crown buffet restaurant*
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.
The main bar is the place to go for a drink and some live entertainment after dinner.
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Twin room sleeps up to 3, with twin beds and an extra bed. This room comes with a TV and a cooler. Double beds are 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..
select twin room with sea view
Select twin room with sea view sleeps up to 3. This room offers a select service which includes express check-in, tea and coffee facilities, bathrobes, slippers and free gym access.
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My husband and I stayed for 10 days in December at the well managed 4*hotel. The food was very good,our room was spotless as was the rest of the hotel. I have no hesitation in recommending it. Dietary needs are well catered for. I emailed the hotel in advance of my needs and they were met in full. Each main meal time when you enter the restaurant and give your room number you will be issued with a white form which has a list of the foods offered for your meal that you are unable to eat. This covers starters and main meals only. The restaurant can be some distance away for your room and I would advise that you take an umbrella,also we found the evenings quite chilly so take a cardigan or jacket. We had read that the island was windy but we didn't appreciate just how windy it could be,at times it was difficult to walk upright! There can also be heavy rain so go prepared. Because of the wind I would recommend that if possible you upgrade your room. These have a large protected balcony which you will be very grateful for when the wind is howling around. The rooms are large with a fridge,tea and coffee making facilities,a large balcony with two loungers plus table and two chairs. They are situated in the main building which is another plus. If you are a coeliac you can get a cereal,bread,cakes and biscuits from the local,supermarkets. Spar do a very nice gluten free loaf called Rustica,it was so much nicer than we can get at home that I took three loaves back with me! The hotel can supply you with white gluten free bread for breakfast but for 1.5â¬ a day is rather expensive when you can buy nicer bread from Spar for 3â¬ . Natalie the restaraunt manager is quite happy for you to do that. Car hire through Thomson as you would expect is rather expensive. If you look online you will see good deals mainly involving pick up at the airport. Don't worry just turn right out of the airport and the keep going for around 15 minutes and the hotel is on your right. If you don't feel happy about picking up a car at the airport there is a car hire office close to the hotel,turn right out of the hotel and its 100 yards up on the left. Petrol is 99c,the roads are good. There is plenty of street parking. Local buses are very good. Don't pay Thomson 16 euro to go to the Sunday market,walk down to the bus stop outside Spar in the centre of town and go for a couple of euro each way. If you are going to use the buses frequently I would suggest you get a Bono card,they work like an Oyster card,load them with money and get a discount on your fare. If you are a couple just get one card and you can both use it. They are available to buy on most buses or you can get one from the main bus station in Arrecife,but you can top up the Bono card on the bus. You can't take wheel chairs or pushchairs on the buses unless they can be folded and put in the overhead luggage racks. A lot of the buses are like our coaches. Enjoy your stay but go prepared for the dreaded wind.More
I went to this hotel last October. I wasn't very impressed with the pool arrangements. If you put your towels on the sunbeds before breakfast, the staff would remove it. So every morning there were lonely people sitting with a group of beds with stuff on, to prevent others from taking them, while the others were having breakfast. The problem was that there were not enough parasols (fixed in the ground) for the number of sunbeds. The towels were thin and hard and the tea and coffee facilities were scant. We won't be going there again.More
Diana W, Woking, United Kingdom
Another Great Week
I will keep this review short as I have reviewed the hotel on several occasions. This was our 6th time at the Coronas Playa and again we were not disappointed .The room was great, really spacious,food was varied and plentiful and the staff from the management to the room maids were all polite and courteous at all times. Special mention to Natty in the restaurant, Letitia at the pool bars and Jose, Patty and Taras in the Monkey Bar. We will be back again next year. More
8th visit!! Disappointing room!!
We are returning guests and I have never really had anything to complain about before. As usual cleaners/waiters excellent!! Always speak and very efficient. A lot of staff have worked there for many years (we have been coming here since 2003) but we did notice this time a lot had left. There were nearly all new staff on reception since our last visit in July 2013. I booked half board with Thomson but emailed the hotel when booked and organised all inclusive with them to pay when I got there (this worked out slightly cheaper - saved just over Â£100). I also email the hotel about having a room on a certain floor and have always being successful in the past. We checked in and was given 318. I queried this room because I thought it was in a corner, but was told it wasn't. When we got to room it was in a corner, balcony overlooking someone elses a tree and a wall obstructing the view of the pool!! I was very disappointed to say the least. The room seemed very cold and dark. It had a separate lounge with a sofabed in. I really don't think these rooms should be allocated to paying guests. We had a few conversations with several staff members and eventually was told we couldn't move till the Thursday (we had arrived Monday afternoon) plus we were only there for a week!! Some people might not bother with a balcony with a view but I notice another person saying they had 215 and no view so it is obviously an issue!! Will now get on to the positives. Had a fab room in the end sun on balcony till about 6pm and out of the wind so really warm on there!! Food: Was good although did notice not so much choice for dinner as normal. Breakfasts were really good. Lunch is in the restaurant, but you have to order your main course, but rest is buffet style and there are specials every day. The top pool bar serves snacks 12 - 3 and the bottom bar serves sandwiches 12 - 5. For all inclusive there are always cakes and biscuits on the bars and you can also have any icecreams off the board. Entertainment: Daytime there was always something going on from 11am, finishing with the quiz at 4pm. This is always at the bottom pool unless weather not too good and will be in the pavilion!! Tom and Tash were the hosts while we were there. Evening entertainment - Pavilion - unfortunately the Score Lez and Lesley were ill for nearly all our stay and another duo Midnight Express took over. There is pick of the 6 which is like the lottery for 1 euro. Worth a go. The main acts come on at 10pm. Very mixed. Not as good as our last stay. The Monkey Bar - The hotel organise the entertainment in here, just 2 nights a week though. It was great to see Deano and Stacey performing in there (they were the entertainment hosts in 2013 and were a very popular couple) they were really good and we wish them all the best for the future!! There is a Beauty Salon located within the Hotel run by Leigh. Had a massage there which was brill and very reasonable. 48euros for a hour. The resort centre is about 15min walk along sea front, very flat, just watch out for the bikes that go flying past you!! A few bars, restaurants and shops outside front of hotel too. This is the cleanest hotel we have been to. Just think a few updates need to be done now, it has been open since 2000 and has the same dÃ©cor in the rooms, although I think this in is the pipeline. The one other thing is the sunbeds, some are very dangerous as the backs don't clip in properly so watch your fingers. I noticed the sunlougers on the superior rooms had been changed, so maybe they are changing the ones round the pool as well. We didn't go on any of the Thomson trips as we hired a car for the week. Picked it up from airport and dropped it back there so no coach journey either. Fuel very cheap out there about 80p a litre. Can do trips a lot cheaper from last minute travel.More
This is a return visit. It's not a silver service hotel but a friendly adult only well run hotel. The staff are superb. Nothing is too much trouble for them. The rooms are large and very clean with a small free fridge in them. There is free wifi and a large flat screen TVs. The balcony to the room is big with a table and chairs on. In the superior rooms (extra charge) there are sun beds on the balcony. There are 2 large swimming pools. The bottom one is supposed to be heated but still rather chilly!! There are games with prizes round the bottom pool. There is also tennis courts and a table tennis room. The hotel does all inclusive and half board. We stayed half board as we like to go out and about. There is a good bus service from just along the road. There also bars and restaurants close by. The hotel has its own entertainment pavilion which has a fantastic resident duo and good entertainment acts brought in. You can walk out of the back of the hotel along the promenade into Costa Teguise in about 15-20 minutes. It's not really a hotel for younger couples as the clientele is mainly retired couples.More
Irene S, Kingswinford, England, United Kingdom
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