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
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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.
twin room with balcony
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.
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Just returned from 10 days in this Hotel which is definitely not 4 Star. No toiletries in Bathroom only liquid Soap Dispenser. Food very cheaply sourced and poorly presented and the whole Restaurant experience very 'freaky' with a female Maitre d' who greeted all with fond embraces whether she knew you or not - and the sloppy Scrambled Egg most appalling to look at and to taste. Hotel very clean and Terraces with pleasant surroundings but entail a long journey to Restaurant at the top unless in room nearby. Clientele mostly all 65 plus - it was like 'God's Waiting Room'! Although we are Senior Citizens we will not be returning.More
Beware room 262
We booked a Sea view suite to celebrate a special birthday. The first impression given off by the peeling paintwork on the door proved a sign of things to come. We were subjected to the constant barking and howling of a dog in the private property next door. Perhaps this was not the hotel's fault, but the nauseating smell of sewage certainly was. We were given another room for one night only, and on return to room 262 the smell was a bit better until they decided to empty the septic tank just below. This room was tired to say the least. We had to wipe the shelves on arrival, the bed sheets had holes in them and the bathroom had cockroaches.On return we emailed the manager explaining how disappointed we were, especially as this was our tenth visit, but he could not be bothered to reply. The staff as ever cannot be faulted, but we feel we can never return to the Coronas.More
Food for Thought - Some Improvement Needed
Don't get me wrong, this is a very pleasant hotel that caters very well indeed for its clientele who are almost entirely British with an age range of about 60-80, many of whom return year after year. They're in a comfortable rut, and there's nothing wrong with that. They know what to expect, and they get it every time. My gripe this year is that the catering side seems also in a comfortable rut that may be obscuring the view out. The menus, on a two-weekly rotation, have scarcely altered since our first visit in 2005 nor, I suspect, since the hotel opened some years earlier. But there seems to be increasing complacency and a lack of attention to detail as regards the food quality that I and others think can and should be rectified. In many cases, it would be cheap and easy to do, so there's little excuse for not doing it. Let's start at the very beginning, with breakfast. If you like a cooked breakfast, you will be well satisfied. Eggs to your liking, back bacon, sausages, tomatoes, beans etc are all excellent. There are some slightly annoying features though. Roasted peppers and sweet churros, even onion rings, delicious though they may be separately, do not really fit with eggs and bacon. It would be more sensible to do away with these, or isolate them somewhere else, leaving room to ensure that there is at least one carbohydrate item, like croquettes or hash browns, available every day rather than just on some days when you feel obliged to disappear off to make some toast for yourself, usually with a plate of food in your hand getting cold. Bizarrely at the moment fried bread, which is very tasty even if it does explode like a hand grenade when you cut it, is reserved as a treat just on Saturdays. Why not every day, or at least more often to replace the foreign intruders? It's a staple item. If you're a sophisticated cosmopolitan thrill-seeker, however, and your idea of a decent breakfast is orange juice followed by a couple of croissants and a pain au chocolat or a custard-filled pastry, you will wonder quite rightly why the food ratings for the hotel can ever be as high as they are. The reason of course is that, after you've tried them once, you'll be eating the cooked breakfast ever after and scoring on that. The fruit juices, dispensed by machine, are just awful watery squash, and the croissants and pastries, which should be springy, light and as delicate as angel's wings are tired and cheap and seem old. The chef obviously hasn't tried any of them in years, otherwise they'd certainly be consigned to the bin. A hotel of this standard should be providing fresh orange juice every day, and pastries that are worthy of the name. The fact that it doesn't comes down to lack of attention. A minor point in addition. English people eat marmalade on their toast, not orange jam. I'm sure it's available in those little catering pots, so it should be provided. Breakfast over, let's turn to dinner. First, you pick up your scalding plate with serviettes thoughtfully provided, having read the 'Caution - plates are hot' notice which has been there for years. Just a thought, why don't they turn the temperature down a bit? It's not rocket science. Then, according to the normal right-to-left flow of the narrow serving area, you put mash or chips on your plate, followed by some green beans, which you cover with gravy before slapping the meat on top. To me that's just a bit strange. The flow surely needs to be altered so that the main meat dishes come first, the vegetables next and the gravy and sauces last. As regards the food itself, this is much the same as it's ever been. The handle is turned and out it comes. What seems to have been forgotten, however, is that it needs to be properly monitored. Everything. At every service. And I regret to say it isn't. The main dishes are generally very good though there has been a regrettable reduction in the previous number of excellent roasts. However, for a number of years, there's been little appreciation for example that frozen vegetables are not adequately prepared by dumping them in some warm water. They still need to be cooked, otherwise they turn out soggy on the outside but hard as bullets inside. Does no-one actually try the carrots, beans or sprouts before they leave the kitchen? And the chips. I honestly do not know how freshly prepared chips can be so tasteless. I couldn't do it if I tried. Because the menus have been the same forever, the hotel still seems to be catering for our parents' generation on the received wisdom that it's what old British people like, not taking into account that the majority of the guests are now not pre-war but baby-boomers who have somewhat wider horizons. It is not for nothing that the national cuisine is now Indian. But you will not find anything spicy on the menu. Dishes may be labelled 'curried' or 'chilli', but you will struggle to find any evidence that they are. A review of the bland, textureless and frankly boring menus is therefore long overdue. Some properly spicy dishes on some days would be a decent start. We'll be back for sure, and it pains me to be so critical of what is otherwise a lovely hotel, but the food could be modernised and improved.More
First class should be 5 star
Fabulous food Fabulous room Bottles of water in your room supplied for tea and coffee milk all in your room everday, Sun beds allways there for you to lounge on .the Carnival was the iceing on the holiday.Hotel staff in all departments first class.only one moan LONG TROUSERS should be worn at dinner time by men ,not shorts on knee which are still SHORTS .March is great time to go on Holiday.More
Well what a great start to our holiday. The transfer time from the airport was 30 mins and we arrived at a fantastic looking hotel. We had booked a sea view suite (there are only 6 of them) and when we arrived in reception we had a glass of sparkling wine handed to us. We had gone all inclusive deluxe and had a separate checkin desk. The hotel is divided up into two main pool areas the top area for relaxing has a pool bar and the bottom area which also has the same bar but where all the activities take place. Before I go on this is an adults only venue but caters for more older generation at 47 we were the youngest here but we loved that no rowdy pensioners here and no fighting for sun beds it suited us right down to the ground. The suite we stayed in was fantastic a bottle of wine and water on arrival , the room had a lounge, bathroom with bath and shower and bedroom. One negative was it wasn't a double bed but twin beds pushed together. The room was cleaned daily and the water replenished each day. Now the food. Breakfast was buffet style , all excellent quality and very hot(if you like cooked) it catered for all types of allergies with clear signage for everything. As we were all inclusive we got lunch included. This allowed us a soup or salad and a main course which was cooked to order. The evening meal was again buffet style with so many choices and excellent quality this has to be the best all inclusive I've stayed at. If you want somewhere fantastic to stay choose here if you want nightlife this isn't the place. The hotel had entertainment every day and night which was ok. 5â¢ here. More
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