Hotel H10 Timanfaya Palace  

You’ll find up-to-the-minute décor coupled with a peaceful atmosphere at this adults-only hotel.

This adults-only hotel looks like it belongs in an interiors magazine – there are funky design touches everywhere you turn. Other draw cards include 3 stylish pools and a piano bar playing live jazz.

There are 2 restaurants, with special mention going to the à la carte that does Med and Arabic fusion food. Location-wise, you’re a couple of minutes’ walk from the golden-sand Flamingo Beach and 15 from Playa Blanca.

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  • 5Floors
  • 305Rooms
  • 5Lifts


Stylish adults-only holidays, designed for two

  • Contemporary style
  • Great settings
  • Top dining scenes
  • Relaxed atmospheres
  • 20kg luggage allowance
  • Adults-only hotels

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Full Board

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. 1 visit per stay to the à la carte restaurant.  Selected local-brand alcohol and soft drinks 10.30-24.00. Tea and coffee.  Midnight snacks 22.30-06.00.

Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Buffet restaurant

For breakfast, lunch and dinner. This place offers a variety of international dishes, with show cooking and themed evenings. During Winter dinner is from 6.15pm to 9.30pm. Special dietary requirements can be catered for if you give prior notice. This place comes with a dress code for dinner, it's a shirt and long trousers for gentlemen.

2 outdoor pools

Encapsulated in native shrubs and trees, the 2 pools have been designed with luxury in mind. The surrounding terrace is decorated with sunbeds and parasols, and the pool bar is close by, too.

Kasbah Mediterranean à la carte restaurant

This place offers a mix of Mediterranean and Arabic cuisine for dinner. If you're staying All Inclusive you'll be entitled to one visit per stay. This place comes with a dress code for dinner, it's a shirt and long trousers for gentlemen.

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double room with garden view

Double room with garden view sleeps up to 3, with a double bed and a sofa-bed or extra bed.

superior double room with sea view

Superior double room with sea view sleeps up to 3, with a double bed and a sofa-bed. They also come with extras like have a welcome gift, Nespresso coffee maker, pillow menu, bathrobes, slippers, TV, iPod docking station, sea and pool view, access to the exclusive Privilege Lounge with open bar, discounts on supplementary services, personalised check-in/check-out, late check-out - subject to availability, internet and daily newspapers.

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Garden view room- buyer beware!

Beware if you have booked a garden view room here and shame on Thomsons, there are 32 rooms at this hotel that are effectively in the basement of the hotel, if the hotel is full this is where you will be, having checked reviews going back for 2 years there have been complaints and still customers are not advised before they arrive so they can make an informed decision on whether to pay (the hefty) upgrade cost for a pool/sea view, my other issue was the the receptionist that booked us in was unsmiling not friendly and when I asked for a higher floor room told me other people pay for that, I felt she was accusing me of looking for a freebie! Anyway here are the pros and cons Pros Room was very big, bed and pillows very comfortable Food was very high quality and great choice Location was excellent an easy walk to nearby supermarkets and bars We were lucky wifi worked in our room not just the communal areas Cons Level 0 rooms as mentioned before (photo attached) Also these rooms are not mentioned in the hotels information book in the rooms, why not!? (Photo attached) Unable to pay cash for drinks at the bar, you had to have them charged to your room, I would like the option to pay as I go In fairness Beth the thomson rep did try to arrange a change of room for us, but the alternative room overlooked the bins so we declined the offer Also I would recommend asking for a pool view room, as a sea view may also mean you get a view of the skips between your room and the sea viewMore

WestMidlands_UKLulu, West Midlands, UK


Just returned-what an excellent hotel.The room ,the food,the views all excellent but it is the staff who give that extra something- they were all marvellous.Special mentions for Sandra,Marta,Maria,Manuel Fernando (apologies to anybody I have not mentioned as they were all so good,and nothing was too much trouble for them).The time went too quickly. Dave& SandraMore

davew26, Seascale, United Kingdom

Very good indeed

We stayed in early November 2014. Our first time in this location and our first time staying with this hotel company. Location is great - right on the seafront with easy walks to either Playa Blanca itself or, to the right of the hotel, a two+ mile walk to a lighthouse. There is a paved path in both directions which makes for a pleasant walk. There is a range of shops and bar nearby but the location is pleasantly quiet compared to other locations. Further on from Playa Blanca is the Marina Rubicon with a selection of shops, restaurants and bars - around a 40 minute moderate walk along the coast from the hotel. The hotel is spacious with a grand lobby which includes the piano bar and library. We stayed in a Privilege Room with sea views - very comfortable, large room with an enormous bed. Hotel facilities are good - we had access to the Privilege Lounge with free drinks and nibbles. This is well located adjacent to the pool area for easy access and provides a nice respite from the heat. There was a range of entertainment in the evenings. The pool area was large and there is a good selection of places to sit. we liked the practice of not reserving sun beds until after 9:30 and saw instances when this was enforced. Good to see this and it enables everyone a fair chance of securing a subbed! The food in the buffet was consistently excellent. A large range of items was available every day and the quality was always high at every meal. We particularly liked the grill where food (steak, fish, chicken) was cooked to order. to your preference. At breakfast bacon and omelettes and other egg dishes were cooked to order - very similar to our British bacon and not to be missed. The staff in the hotel were very good - attentive, cheerful and efficient. What didn't we like? Well, not too much. In some places the hotel needs a big of love and attention (or a lick of paint) and the corridors (being tiled) make for a bit of noise each morning with people leaving their rooms and cleaners arriving. Our room had a rather nice Nespresso coffee machine - this was great for me but less good for my wife who drinks tea - not sure if there was an option for a kettle as we didn't ask but this would have been welcomed. Having said that, those issues wouldn't stop us staying again. We enjoyed our stay, liked the hotel a lot and loved Lanzarote.More

challenger08, challenger08

Relaxing Hotel

Excellent two weeks at the Timanfaya Palace - good room, food, pool area and an excellent bar to spend the evening after dinner with decent entertainment plus a lovely terrace if the weather is warm enough just outside the bar. The huge bonus is that this is a couples only hotel so total relaxation apart from the one or two days at lunch time when I think that it must be the Thompson Reps try to entertain with some music around the pool - but, not a big issue it soon goes away and the peacefulness returns. The staff are so very pleasant and helpful - they add to the general good feel to this hotel. My only comment is that it would be great if the balconies were supplied with a small wall rack to dry swimwear - we utilised the chairs for this purpose. I fully understand and from a personal point of view would not want to see an array of towels etc hanging over balconies but a small rack would help I would most definitely spend another holiday hereMore

Jackie R, London, United Kingdom

Adults only - a joy

What a pleasure to stay at an adult only hotel, particularly after the depressing experience of a Thomson flight where parents and airline staff thought it was acceptable for children to use the aisle as a running track and the toilets as a source of entertainment. Thank goodness for noise cancelling earphones. The hotel reception is immediately welcoming. We had room 506 which was on the top floor and had uninterrupted views to the lighthouse and the sunset. It was large with a private balcony. We do not normally stay in such big hotels but the only time we were really aware of the number of people there was at dinner when the restaurant could be very busy. We were on all-inclusive and the selection of food at all meals was good, with one exception. Despite there being a wide choice of salad and vegetables there were very few dedicated vegetarian main courses. Poor labelling made it difficult to decide if some dishes were meat and fish free. Some things were rendered unavailable by the method of cooking - there was lovely asparagus that was cooked alongside the fish on the grill. We found the service in the main restaurant inconsistent. Some of the waitresses were very good (the waiters less so). On other occasions the staff seemed more intent on having a chat between themselves than serving drinks or clearing the tables. That said, Jesus, who works in the pool bar and the piano bar was excellent and very attentive. I must also mention the ever-smiling Lucia who worked on the grill at lunch time. We had dinner one night in the Kasbah and were very disappointed. Scallops for a starter comprised two very small scallops which were overcooked, and cost around 12 euros. There were no vegetarian main courses. I agree with the previous reviewer about Mike's - it is poorly located. It was the only place to get decent coffee but not somewhere to sit and relax, unless you wanted to watch the football on the screens opposite. Many of the other positives of the hotel have been said before: the piano bar, the quality of the drinks, the pool area etc. Overall we had a lovely relaxing holiday and would recommend the hotel. Our three suggestions for improvement: 1. Provide better vegetarian options 2. Turn the music down in the restaurant if you must play any at all 3. Change the CD in the piano bar - we heard the same one every night.More

MarronE_12, Manchester, United Kingdom

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