Hotel Coronas Playa  

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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Gold

Classic holidays designed for adults, with great entertainment

  • High-calibre hotels
  • Geared towards adults
  • Classic entertainment
  • Home-from-home dining
  • Expert service

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

All Inclusive

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'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.

Pavillion bar*

The main bar is the place to go for a drink and some live entertainment after dinner.

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Break from children !!

Just returned from lovely 2 week break at this wonderful hotel. Everything was just what we wanted (except the VERY strong wind ) but that's not the hotels fault. Food was always very good and varied and I am a fussy eater but never failed to find something lovely to eat....., rooms were HUGE !!!!! Two lovely spacious pools but beware...they are freezing cold !!! Best thing about this hotel were the staff....everyone of them went out of they're way to be helpful....the wonderful restaurant manageress is a joy to know making everyone feel special and is an assets to the hotel, but also bar / waiter staff were always happy and attentive ! I would recommend this hotel to anyone who wants to chill out with no kids around ...👍👍👍More

Carol M, 186460

Ideal adults only chill out

The hotel was about 25 minutes from the hotel by coach transfer that included stopping at two other hotels beforehand. On arrival we were greeted with a choice of fresh juice or a glass of sparkling wine. The receptionists were quick, friendly and efficient. Our room was one of the ones furthest from the reception but also closest to the beach area. It was room 340 and had a view across a big, open square that had a giant chess board on it. It also had a clear, sideways view of the sea. The beach is very rocky but here are small areas that have had sand put in them and a short walk away (10 mins) is a small beach. There is also a lovely, safe, lit promenade to have an early morning walk or a stroll to the busier part of the town. Lots of people use it for jogging at both times of the day, so if you want to go out running there will be plenty of others out there too. If you turn right onto the walkway you will come to the end quite quickly, so turn left. The town was clean and quiet and obviously is not the haunt of younger people looking for a good night out. Plenty of places to eat and shop. Lovely for families. Back to the hotel, which was clean and pleasant. All the staff were fabulous. Waiters and waitresses were polite and helpful and could speak excellent English (putting us to shame)! The Monkey Bar has seating inside and out and you take a seat and place your order. The fantastic thing at this hotel was that drinks were brand names as part of the all inclusive package. We have usually found it is only local drinks but not here. In fact I had to ask for smaller measures of Barcardi as they were so strong. Nibbles are given out later in evening. These are a plate of what the call nuts but are in fact some peanuts, corn kernels that have been baked and capers...watch out, some are very hard and you could damage your teeth! But still much appreciated. The restaurant was fab. Such a wide selection of food for breakfast and dinner. Once you find a table a waiter comes to get your drink order and off you go to choose your food. My husband used it for lunch once but found it a bit too formal in that you were waited on still. Food such as hotdogs etc were on offer. He then decided to try the bar food by the pool and loved it. Choice of hot or toasted sandwiches or baguettes with a bag of crisps. And ice creams also part of the deal...but proper ice creams similar to things like Magnums here. Very impressed. Two pools...one is by the restaurant and reception with a pool bar which is described as the quiet pool as no entertainment. The second pool also has a pool bar and this is where the reps are for entertainment. It is all very civilised and music is kept to a level that isn't disturbing you or that you can't hear if you put your own earplugs and music on. A daily puzzle is given out by the pool in the morning or can be picked up by the reps desk in reception. Pool towels can be obtained with a deposit (we didn't do this as had brought extra towels). There were plenty of sunbeds around both pools. Towels cannot be left on them before 10am or they will be removed ( not on a daily basis but it did happen three times in the week we were there). Our room was lovely. It was big with a a table and chairs. There is a hairdryer but not very powerful. I brought my own but you need a two pin adaptor. They provide liquid bath gel/shampoo in a dispenser. There is a safe, fridge, TV, phone and tea and coffee making facilities (sachets and milk)in the room too. The hotel has a small reading room by reception looking out onto the pool with some shelves of books left by other guests. There is a tennis court (didn't see anyone use it while we were there) and a squash court. There is a pool table (free but you had to hit it hard to make it release the balls) and a table tennis table in the same area. Nightly entertainment in the Pavillion...by the pool. Didn't go to these as happy in the Monkey Bar each evening. The hotel was very quiet at night. We paid €35 to have a late check out but you could have a 30 minute slot for a shower if you didn't want to do this. All in all, a relaxing week which was just what we wanted. I would say that I don't think it is for younger couples. The majority of guests were 40's and up and the music around pool and entertainment was geared for an older audience. More

Ward50, 190762

can't fault it

Great hotel, food good, staff friendly, lots of sunbeds and quite spread out which is good. The entertainment was good and Lewis and Naomi, the Gold reps, are fantastic and great singers too. There are 2 swiiming pools, but both cold ! You had to grit your teeth as you went in, but once you were in it was ok. The weather wasn't great when we were there, lots of cloudy days and with the wind it wasn't warm enough to sunbathe till about 11.30 a.m.More

lorry62,

A fantastic gold hotel.

Just arrived back after an 11 night holiday in an amazing hotel. The room was clean and an epic size. Maid service was fantastic and we were even left fresh bottled water every day. The restaurant and the staff was top class with a wide variety of food. Soups, salad, main course and a varied wide selection of sweets. Only snag was the poor quality of breakfast cereal. The hotel pools are cold, clean and never packed. Sunloungers were good and there were enough to go round. Pool and areas were clean and well kept but he staff and hotel cats were there to greet you each morning. Lewis and Naomi did a great job of entertaining us and tried to please everyone, which is difficult. The hotel is all inclusive or half board and we chose the half board option. Prices in the hotel were good and we did not feel overcharged. I would recommend this hotel and may return one day but Lanzarote is not a pretty island. Wind and cloud are a big factor in all resorts so don't bother with the straighteners.More

MrandMrsStoke,

Great hotel

Stayed here in summer 2015, as a young couple. The hotel is nice, it's fairly large and has two good size swimming pools. The rooms were a good size, and the balconies were fantastic. We stayed all inclusive, and the food was a good standard, with a good variety every night. The drinks were mostly branded too, and the lager was drinkable. If I was to go again, I would do it self catering, there was a good variety of restaurants in the vicinity and even more if you walked into the town (about 15 minutes away). The hotel is more geared toward older couples, with most of the entertainment not the best for younger couples. The main bar and reception are in need of a makeover, both are quite dated.More

Chrisalgreen, 186525

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