This hotel has three pools to its name, and it's in just the right spot for beaches, bars and restaurants.
This hotel is in a great spot, with shops, bars and restaurants on its doorstep. There are a couple of beaches less than five minutes’ walk away, and upmarket Playa del Duque is close by, too.
With three pools, plus one for children, there’s plenty of swimming space. The buffet restaurant has luxe touches like cava and caviar. And evening entertainment is big news, with everything from tribute acts to comedians.
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Based On 2012 reviews
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Facilities ► View all
3 outdoor pools
The pools are on different levels with plenty of sunbeds scattered around each one. The main pool is the biggest and is heated in the winter.
This is the place for breakfast and dinner, with show cooking in the evenings. There's a dress code here - men are asked to wear trousers and a shirt for dinner. The dress code for gala meals is a jacket and tie with a shirt and trousers.
It's a hotel-run club for ages 4 to 12 years.
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twin room with balcony
These bright twin rooms are simply decorated with luxurious touches. They come complete with air-con, minibar* and a balcony.
single room with balcony
These single rooms come with air-con, a minibar* and a balcony.
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Hotel was great , food was very good , staff Helpful and friendly. Heated pool Chilled and relaxed place which is good for kids during the school holidays. Evening entertainment is the only let down with live music every night (and not great). Restaurants and bars close and on the beach. Kids club and daytime activities for kids including archery , water polo , pool volley ball . Wi , pool table , air hockey and x box for kids in day / night. Good place for single parents who can also relax More
Not for the faint hearted
My first time in Tenerife with my 81 year old mother who struggles with mobility.this hotel was chosen by the staff at Thomas cook in East Kilbride and was so badly designed for people with mobility problems.In my experience no way is this a 5star hotel,the food was average at best we had trouble every day getting a sun lounger and no one was available to help us.they have quite a few pools but not one for adults only so there was no chance of a quiet day without children about (really should have booked an adults only hotel!) we were told on booking that we could use both hotels freely which wasn't the case as we tried to have lunch in the sister hotel as it seemed quieter at lunch time but we were told it would be an extra 20euros each per day even though it was the same buffet food as the hotel we were in. The room was basic to say that least and that was a suite! In my opinion the only good thing about this hotel was the staff in the restaurants. Also wifi was ONLY available at the reception and you had to login every time. NEVER will I recommend or go again!More
We had a lovely stay with my family. The rooms were spacious and well kept, food was great and the staff friendly and attentive. The main pool was lovely and warm. We had lunch at the terrace bar, which we found great value for money.More
Lovely Hotel but Noisy
We stayed for a week over the Easter holiday. 2 adults and a toddler in one room and 1 adult in another. The service from the staff was fantastic. When we arrived our room lacked a cot that was booked. A cot was sorted out in 10 minutes. Reception staff heated up toddler meals when needed without any fuss. The staff at the bars were helpful, and room service thorough. I thought the food on offer was of excellent quality, and loved the Canarian potatoes. Breakfast and dinner didn't disappoint. The main pool was busy, but not overcrowded. Expect the scramble for sun loungers in the morning so that the Brits can baste themselves every day. The main pool was heated to a nice temperature. The atmosphere was relaxed apart from one loud afternoon when kids club took over the pool. The PA system was so loud I swear my ears were bleeding! My highlight was the Piano Bar, where we spent every evening. The Rioja and Cava Sangria are definitely worth trying. The postion of the bar looking down the huge flight of stairs was perfect, with a nice breeze from the sea. The downside for me was the room position. We had 2 rooms overlooking the road at the front of the hotel. It's a main road and very noisy. We spent a short amount of time on the balcony, but It was not relaxing, in fact you could hardly hear yourself think. Luckily the double glazing was well sealed which meant our toddler wasn't woken by the noise. The 2nd room sound proofing was not so good. Also late at night there were a few occasions where we were woken by what sounded like street brawls. A lovely hotel but noisy rooms by the road. I would suggest trying to get one facing away from the road.More
Our 4th time at the Bahia, had a great time. Requested a high room overlooking the pool and that's exactly what we got. Spotlessly clean and big comfortable beds. Bottle of Cava & fruit was a nice gesture. Food plentiful with lots of choice. Always had a night cap at the Cafe Royale over the road where Adrian serves up a lovely coffee & brandy. It also has excellent wi-fi. As mentioned on most reviews , the Bahia does need to stop charging for wi-fi, fridge & safe. More
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