The Hotel H10 Timanfaya Palace is really striking. It's exteriors are characterised by tall white turrets and huge glass panels. Step inside, and glossy palms and lots of greenery give things a tropical vibe. The swimming pools are bordered by loungers, palms and parasols, and their raised positions means sweeping sea views are part of the package. Daytime refreshments are on offer in a nearby thatched bar, and a trendy coffee shop that serves the likes of homemade carrot cake. When it comes to mealtimes, there’s a lot on offer. In the mornings, the buffet restaurant serves up fresh fruit, pastries and cooked-to-order omelettes. For lunch and dinner, you’ll find a selection of international dishes. As for the rooms, whitewashed walls and pine furniture keep things smart, while funky leaf-shaped wall mirrors add a stylish touch. For more luxury, upgrade to a Privilege Room, which comes with special extras like a pillow menu, bathrobes and slippers, a welcome gift and exclusive access to the hotel's VIP lounge.
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Contemporary, adults-only hotels
- Contemporary style
- Great settings
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- Relaxed atmospheres
- 20kg luggage allowance
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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.
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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.
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.
La Choza pool bar
You'll be able to grab late breakfast here from 10.30am to 12pm, lunch from 12.30pm to 3.30pm and snacks from 12.30pm to 6pm.
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We stayed here in Feb 2014 and had a great holiday. It has beautiful public and pool areas and is very clean and well-kept. The atmosphere was laid back and relaxing - just what you need on holiday - and there were always plenty of free sunbeds. The staff were friendly and helpful giving it a lovely ethos. What I really liked was the very flexible meal times which meant that we weren't restricted in what we wanted to do and didn't have to clock watch. And, the variety of eateries. The pool bar was great and the tapas outstanding! Our room was good with lovely sea views, but we had upgraded several times, at considerably cost. However, the corridors are not carpeted and were noisy with the maid's trollies each morning and the noise of cases as people arrive/depart throughout the day. Entertainment was varied and evening entertainment did not finish too late so you were not disturbed once you had gone to bed. The in-house duo were particularly talented. Daytime entertainment was low key enabling you to participate or not according to your preference. Crazy golf, table tennis and pool tables were available but one of the two pool tables was invariable out of order and on the last two days of our holiday, both were unavailable. The average age of holidaymakers when we arrived was about 65. This reduced by about 10 years after the mid-week changeover and I suspect will reduce further as the year goes on, but I don't think this is a place for the under 30s. However, we didn't mind as everyone was so friendly and there was no rowdiness. Many people told us that they come back year after year, which speaks for itself. We booked through Thompson and the reps were at the hotel twice per day to offer advice and liaise with the hotel mgt to iron out any issues. We had paid for a Privilege package and I don't think I'd do this again, although it was nice to be treated special for a week! As part of this deal, we were given a tea/coffee maker in our bedroom but the lead did not reach the socket. I asked for an extension lead at reception but they advised me to put it on the bedside cabinet. This was not safe so I didn't use it. We had access to a lovely private room that was too hot to use most of the day. A/C was installed but was never turned on and there were no controls to enable customers to do this. In this room was an old PC with free internet access that was out of order and removed for repair after a few days. Why they didn't they just buy a new one and get it installed within a day was beyond me, the cost of which would be nothing from the budget of a large hotel like this! This meant that we had to pay to use the general PCs when this free service should have been available to us. After consultation with the Thompson reps, the reception staff agreed to give us money to use the internet but it was a bit embarrasing having to ask for it every day, and even with intervention, the tea/coffe maker issue was not resolved. Lastly, our package only included local wine which wasn't very palatable. Whilst we we not expect top quality wine, the inclusion of some other Spanish wines would have been good. So, a few things to improve upon but the hotel rightly deserves its 4-star rating and I would recommend it to my friends.More
61RosemaryS, London, United Kingdom
Hard to fault
Spent a week here ending 2nd March 2014 and was very satisfied with Hotel. The receptionists were all very friendly and helpful,the rooms were large and comfortable (could have done with some heating at times rather than air cooling!) We tried all inclusive for the first time and found not having to worry about money made the holiday much less stressful and you could get a coffee, water or alcoholic drink anytime to suit. We were surprised at the choice and well known brands that were available too.The food was excellent and varied although I'm not a fan of the "mad scrum" help yourself buffet style.One highlight was English style bacon freshly cooked in the mornings, another would be the fish, tuna ,sardines etc making a delicious salad at lunch time. The location of the Hotel is also excellent if you like a walk as there is a promenade either way out of the Hotel alongside the coast, one way leads to a lighthouse, the other past beaches, restaurants etc to Playa Blanca and more bars, restaurants and shops. Of interesting was the harbour/marina with ferry's taking you to Fuertaventura. Evening entertainment was average but the piano bar had a great feel and atmosphere. Depending on your time of holiday you may find the wind is a bit chilly and it was hard to find shelter around the spacious grounds - again in high summer this would be a blessing to keep you cool. Overall a very good hotel, hard to fault and I would recommend a stay at Timanfaya PalaceMore
Anthony S, Reading, United Kingdom
Great hotel and getting better
We have been coming to Timanfaya Palace for 12 years and estimate that this is out 10th visit. It is a great hotel and continues to get better. For those not familiar with the hotel, it has a superb location directly on the sea front with a seafront walk stretching 5km in both directions from the hotel. The facilities are excellent and we meet the same friendly staff and management year after year. We relax all week and don't bother to hire a car. The investment in a Privilege room / package is really worth the extra fee. The improvements in recent years are great: - the new heated pool this year - the addition of the Coffee shop and a la carte in recent years - the extensive upgrades to the lobby area and hotel rooms keep up the great work and always keep improving!More
comfycampers, Limerick, Ireland
Not the best H10
Not the best 4 star we have ever stayed at, it was OK but that is it we were very under whelmed by the Timanfaya. Our room was again OK but nothing exceptional it did not have enough shelf space in the wardrobe and no draws. The extractor did not work in the bathroom and therefore mould was collecting on the walls etc. There was a kettle etc in the room which was not advertised in their broacher. As it turned out our room was the warmest place in the hotel as the weather was not perfect when we were there, we even had to ask for blankets. Food again was OK but really not up to other 4 star food we had experienced. There was a lot of repetition of dishes each day and as for their coffee I have never tasted such bad coffee in all restaurants and cafe within the hotel, Generally the hotel had no warm places to sit and relax it was very clean and the staff were the plus point nothing was to much trouble and they were more than willing to please. Overall disappointing we will not be going to this H10 hotel again.More
Christine W, Plymouth, England, United Kingdom
Very nice hotel
My wife and I stayed at the hotel from feb 11 to 18 th. It was our wedding anniversary and we were given a complimentary upgrade to a suite which was very nice. All the staff at the hotel. We're friendly and always smiling.the food at the restaurant buffet at breakfast and evening dinner was excellent . Always plenty of choice. The carrot cake at mikes coffeehouse is a must and is to die for. I only asked for a small piece and my god if that's what is classed as small I'm glad I didnt ask for a big piece. All the drinks are branded and quality. The torres 10 brandy is as good as any expensive brandy . The only negative points I would say is that some parts of the hotel need a little housekeeping I.e a little paint here and there and also there is no heating in the hotel and as the air con us on the lobby and our room could be quite coked. This hotel us a good all inclusive but not one of the best I've stayed at. Would I return . YesMore
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