Hyde Park Lane Bungalows  


Set in quiet gardens just minutes from the beach, these spacious whitewashed bungalows are perfect for an away-from-it-all escape. There are 2 big pools to pick from, too, both edged with sun terraces.

This place is great if you’re after some peace and quiet. Bungalows and apartments are spread out across leafy gardens, so you get a real sense of your own private space.

The bungalows themselves are traditional whitewashed numbers, with green-painted woodwork and plant-heavy pergolas. Inside, they’re spacious and fresh, featuring crisp white walls and classic wooden furniture. They come with modern kitchenettes kitted out with everything you need for cooking, and they all have little outdoor patios with a barbecue so you’re well set for al fresco dining. Plus, if you prefer to kick back on a balcony, this place has some apartments, too. And the most you’ll have to climb is one flight of stairs – there aren’t any high-rise blocks here.

Outside, there are two pool scenes - one on each side of the complex, so you can switch between them when you fancy a change of scenery. Both have a large pool plus a smaller one for children, and they’re set into roomy terraces dotted with loungers. Thanks to the low-level design of this place, you’ve got uninterrupted skyline all round. As for the beach, a wide, sandy ribbon unrolls for miles just a five-minute walk away.

On the food front, there’s a restaurant serving up breakfast and dinner, and you can choose between buffet and à la carte options. When you fancy something different, head for the Puerto del Carmen strip. A 15-minute walk away, this buzzing stretch really comes alive at night - you’ll be spoilt for choice in terms of bars and restaurants.

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Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Self Catering

Food and drink aren't included in your holiday package.

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

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Buffet restaurant

For breakfast and dinner. This place comes with a set price buffet and an à la carte menu. Highchairs are available.

2 outdoor pools

One on each side of the complex with a children's pool nearby. With sunbeds and parasols.

Hotel-run kids' club*

From July to August only.

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1-bedroom apartment

1-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4, with a twin bedroom and a sofa-bed in the lounge for 2 children up to 12 years. This room comes with Wi-Fi at a charge, a ceiling fan in the bedroom, kitchenette with microwave, coffee-maker, fridge, 2 ceramic rings, toaster, kettle and maid service 5 times a week, towel change twice weekly, linen change once weekly and a barbecue. Cots are available.

1-bedroom apartment

1-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4, with a twin bedroom and a sofa-bed in the lounge for 2 children up to 12 years. This room comes with Wi-Fi at a charge, a ceiling fan in the bedroom, kitchenette with microwave, coffee-maker, fridge, 2 ceramic rings, toaster, kettle and maid service 5 times a week, towel change twice weekly, linen change once weekly and a barbecue. Cots are available.

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cheap and cheerful week in the sun

I spent a week here from 6th-13th July.I travelled with my husband and 9 year old son and we were quite happy with our stay.It isn't the plushest of accomodation but it cost us just over £500 for a week for the 3 of us so we were happy to be in the sun.We were in bungalow 39 which was right beside the pool-this was ideal as it meant we could go inside for something to eat or drink and then go back to the pool.The reception area was a bit basic looking as was the bar but there were lots of families there who had been before and were going to come back again.I am happy that the room I stay in is clean and this was the case here.The location was ideal and the local restuarants were excellent.The area was lovely and clean without the lager louts out in force.It was very warm however and air conditioning would have been good.We pre booked a transfer from the airport which was more than half the price of 3 transfers with thomsons.This meant that we had no contact with the rep but if we needed to see them we could have went to the reception.The hard beds were also fine but we did but the camp bed for our son into the bedroom which meant that it was a bit crowded but we spend enough time indoors when we are at home so when we're on holiday we like to get out and about.Would go back especially if we got it so cheap again.More

motherwellmum, Motherwell, United Kingdom


just returned from a week at Hyde Park Lane and overall we thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. We arrived late in the evening and our first impressions of the complex was that it was very run down and we had to queue around the corner onto the footpath for check in. On route to the apartment we went through the pool area and noted that it was untidy. Our apartment was well prepared and spotlessly clean. We were delighted with the accommodation and loved the freedom self catering offered. The kitchen was equipped with all the essentials and while we had a few ants we did get rid of them with ant spray. The only downside would have to be the level of untidiness around the pool area with sunbeds scattered around the place and bins overflowing. The reception area was very unwelcoming and requires a major face lift. we didn't use the bar or the restaurant so cannot comment on this side of the complex. The complex is close to the beach but unfortunately due to jellyfish we couldn't swim in the sea. Overall we were happy with the holiday but not sure I would return again as disappointed with the cleanliness of the public areas. there were no activities for children organised.More

regan3_11, Tipperary, Ireland

Not exactly what we were told!!!!!!

We had two weeks here in June this year, arriving on Monday 16. We took my sister who is not able to walk too far. I told the girl this when booking and as we arranged to take a wheel chair she would not have missed it anyway ....... would she??? They put us at the far end of the site right by the wall, we could not have been further from a gateway or opening in the wall. Most people came to climb over the wall, right by the bungalow we were in, rather than walk all the way round and I don't really blame them. No one could find their way out!!!! It is a rabbit warren. I was told that the bungalows had two single beds and a sofa bed which pulled out in to a double. That was okay ...... except that ....... it did not! There was a type of camp bed stuck up the side of the room which made it quite cramped and not very comfortable to relax in. When my sister lay on the bed she found that the slats were broken. Great first night!! (To be fair they did change the bed the next day after the meeting and greeting with the rep in the bar.The trouble was the bed was like a junior bed and more suitable for a child.) Carl, the rep. What can I say? He was charming, listened to what was wrong, regarding the lack of a double bed and the broken camp bed and promised he would get us an upgrade. His choice of words, and he volunteered this solution not us. He was adamant that all would be well and he would sort out a move for us as soon as possible. On Wednesday we happened to meet him ......... whilst he was climbing over the wall. 'Oh, I was going to come and see you' he said. Well, quite simply, he wasn't as he was already over the wall. He began an explanation about the promised move .... all the while walking backwards away from the wall - and us. To cut a long story short he said that there would be no move if we were not prepared to pay a 'supplement' of £1,500. RIDICULOUS. He clearly did not want to discuss it with us and was extremely dismissive, bordering on rude. Remember, it was entirely his own suggestion that we have an upgrade. Honestly, just having what they had promised i.e a double bed would have sufficed for us. I lost any respect I might have had for Carl after that. He said that although they had told us it was a double bed and two singles ..... and my sister needs a double because of her leg problems ..... that was the basis on which I had booked ...... it was 'your problem, not Thomsons and they are not prepared to help' Nice of them. They give the information and we decide according to that information. If it is incorrect they take no responsibility so do beware and ask lots of questions before you book. Apparently there are no double beds on the complex at all (much to the chagrin of the couple celebrating their 25th Wedding Anniversary!!) So why were we told there was a double sofa bed, I wonder? Curiously, on the list of extra linens they offer ... double sheets. Given the heat and sun, an umbrella on the patio would have been welcome and in fact I would have thought it a 'must'. It would have been a thoughtful detail. Probably have to pay 15 euros to hire one. The complex itself is not in great condition. It is tired, dated and sort of neglected. the furnishings are well past their best. It is well past the time to renovate the interiors to a decent standard. The beds were sooooo hard. My husband can sleep anywhere, on anything. But these beds had an effect on him. It is like sleeping on the floor. The bed sheets were in holes. It would have been nice to see less rubbish, broken chairs, mops, garden clippings etc. just dumped in corners in the garden areas. The bar was ...... grubby and dull. We were so very glad we chose to sort our own food out too. I would not have wanted to eat there, that is for sure. They allowed people to smoke directly under the 'no smoking' signs whilst people were eating their meals with their children which we found very selfish. On the whole it was not really an enjoyable holiday. I would not go again. If you want a noisy, half star holiday this will suit you. If not stay away. A footnote: Apparently on the day of departure you are able to keep your room for an extra 20 euros. No one mentioned this to us and we did not see any reference to it in reception. We had to be out of the bungalow by 12 noon and our flight was at 9 pm. Had we known we would have kept the room and been a little more comfortable, had drinks and something to eat and relax. Carl told us about this at 11 am on the morning of departure. He then said 'oh, you are too late now, you have to book the day before you leave'. He is not the brightest rep we have met. I think that about sums up the 'quality' of Thomsons and Hyde Park Lane.More

650Cloud9, Buxton, United Kingdom

Cheap but beautiful

Cheap holiday but rooms were very clean pool area was clean breakfast was basic but very cheap a walk from the beach amazing so pretty we eat out every day there club r a bit poor but it's a family holiday place people our very friendly too coming back ASAP spent every little time at the apartments because there was so much to do there water park 5 min away was gd tooMore

Kallen28, Birmingham


Major building works every day but Sunday. They are building new bungalows in the middle of the site. Gardener works 0700-1000 with a chain saw outside all rooms. All staff do not seem to be aware, except the lady in the on site supermarket who has to scream to be heard over drilling!!!! Don´t expect any sleep as the beds are worse than sleeping on a concrete floor. As for the 4 pools, only 2 are able to use as there is no filter system or chlorine in the quieter pool, the main pool can be used, but rubbish all over the place and in the kids playground. There is no filter system in quiet pool, so full of debris, so swim at your peril. Nothing for kid´s to do until july/august when kid´s club on. Staff are not helpful at all, they all deny any knowledge at all. The only good thing is the resident Cats they are amazing but that is it!!! We are not the sort of people who expect everything for nothing, but I expected to be told about the building works, but no tour operator did the decent thing and advise guests!!! Maid does clean, but uses all of your allocation of hot water as you are limited to 30 litres to wash up, shower in and rinse clothes in!!! Cold showers and strong winds are not a good combination especially when you have a child with you as the water is the only entertainment... If you wish to escape to the beach it will cost you 12 euros per day for 2 sunbeds, so allow for this in your spends!! ALL OF WHAT I SAY IS THE TRUTH!!! I wish we had been iformed of these things before travel as we would have chosen somewhere else!!More

354michellev, Coventry, United Kingdom

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