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
- Top dining scenes
- 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.
One heated in winter.
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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Hotel 9 Reception 0
Just back from two weeks at The Timanfaya palace . Arrived at 1200 hrs by taxi so no queues at reception.Greeted by "No room for two hours" Left home at 0400 hrs so all we wanted was a chance to change into shorts and flip flops..No real interest from reception just come back in a couple of hours.Finally got a room ,no tea or coffee making facilities,but there was an opened bottle of Wine .Back to reception and we were informed that "Yes you do get tea and coffee" So why was it not there.It was sent up fairly quickly.The same problem with the fridge, when we said that we thought the charge of Euro 3.00 per day was excessive once again we were told "you are on all inclusive so you pay a returnable deposit of Euro 5.00 so it is free."All in all getting info from reception was like pulling teeth!! . Having said that the rooms were great and the rest of the Hotel staff were marvellous nothing was too much trouble. Food was very good and varied,theme nights excellent and the A la Carte great.Only problem was the queues for the Show cooked items, not enough chefs to cover everything that was being cooked ie , at breakfast one chef trying to cook bacon and make omlettes to order the other chef frying eggs and making smoothies this left a lot of people waiting and their food and plates getting cold.At least one more chef was required .We were not impressed by being brought wine to the table that was already opened,although to be fair it was promptly taken away and a bottle uncorked at the table,but other guests didn't seem to mind, but these other bottles could have been left overs from who knows when or where.The quality of drinks on offer was brilliant, all good brands,and generously dispensed. The entertainment was very good, but the resident Duo was a sure fire cure for insomnia,we have never heard a repertoire of such miserable and boring songs.One last thing the new indoor heated pool is good but a fair distance away from the main pools and a bit of trek up hill.The other pools are much to cold although one or two of us did brave frostbite,as this pool could also be heated why not do it. I feel that management could do better and train their reception staff a bit more and a Menu outside the restaurant would be a help, if you can do it for the Kasbah why not?Last but not least we booked a sea view room and got a lovely view over the roof of the rest of the hotel and a bit of the horizon and a view of the skips and delivery vehicles in the hotel service area. so stay away from rooms 401 to 429 Can only say this a good 4 star but no more and over priced.More
David L, Fleetwood, United Kingdom
h10 Timanfaya Palace
We have just returned last night from the Timanfaya Palace. We booked this holiday last May and requested a Seaview ,we were told there were only garden views but they would put in a request. We arrived at the hotel and the garden view was on The first floor at the back facing a lane with no sun and empty bottles being emptied every morning although a lovely room it was like a dungeon. We requested a move which we did get at a cost, to the front of the hotel on the 3 rd floor, which looked right on the the sea, and the promenade and the grounds were fab.do not take a garden view anywhere in the hotel or on the first and lower floor, the hotel is in reverse and the reception is on the fourth floor,everything else is down the way except privilege. Some areas of the hotel where tired and in need of repair. However,having said all that, the maid and waiters service could not be better or nicer. The animation staff were friendly and good fun. The entertainment was questionable except for the resident duo Helen & Greg who were extremely nice and very talented.More
atacus, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Second visit to this hotel very relaxing, adults only so pool area very quiet and relaxing and no having to get up at 7am to reserve sun beds as there are always plenty free. Ideally located about a 10 minute walk into Playa Blanca. We would definitely come back only complaint is the aggresive woman in the shop that obviously hates her job rest of staff are all really friendly she lets the hotel down!!!More
Deb187055, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Not a 4* Hotel
Booked a weeks Holiday at the Timanfaya Palace on the 24th of November through Thomson holidays, we booked the all inclusive package with a standard double room, note: this hotel is only possibly 4* if you upgrade your package to privilege level. I'll start with the positives Good sized room,Great location, Great Bars, good entertainment, nice grounds. My main criticism with this hotel is drinking water..... the lack of it! as the tap water is not for drinking, no bottled water is or will be placed in your room,. nor will the restaurant let you have water to take out after your meal, as it is only in glass bottles and you are not trusted to take them from the restaurant. so you have the annoying task of depending what time of day it is trawling up and down through the hotel to various locations trying to source it! this becomes very frustrating I saw a lot of guests going out to the local shops and buying 4ltr bottles at a time, I consider guest's having to pay for their own water unacceptable. Also very little information is given on check in as you are told all information is contained in your room, this is not the case no information in rooms on the following:Drinking Water~ how to get it, wifi~how to obtain a code, beach towels and deposits, these are some really annoying things that should be a relayed at check in at a four star hotel. My other gripe is the Buffett I have no problem with the choice of food, but it can be quite cold on occasions, and in order to counteract this problem a microwave was placed on the servery counter! also not a very relaxing atmosphere during dining as its a free for all, with no queuing system in place, trust me you'll know what I mean when you get "THE LOOK" from other diners. this should be addressed in particular at the cook to order grill. There are also some tatty areas around this hotel room doors and skirting's scuffed, peeling paint, hand dryer in mens on level 3 not working and no paper towel substitute, two pool tables inside only one working and the one working has baize ripped. All in all I would class this as a three star hotel it could be four, but some work to do.More
Go For Christmas
Four of us went for a week last christmas,we all agreed what a great place this is ,Christmas eve was one of the best we have had,carols before dinner in the bar area ( by which this is one of the best bars we have been in) the drinks are really good quality all premium branded, all served in the correct glasses, etc. on christmas day for the gala dinner there was pre dinner drinks nd a chance to mingle with the staff and wine other guests, and the tables where beautifully laid with crisp starched table cloths & napkins red & white glasses, etc. then dancing afterwards it was simply brilliant I wish I was going back this Christmas, If deciding to go I would sugest that you book a room with a sea view, as some of the garden rooms are a bit on the dark side,(thats a very small negative) the staff are all wonderful and the sevice is great. Julie (Shepperton)More
Julie G, Shepperton
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