Sensatori Resort Tenerife  

With its high-design interiors and impressive pool scene, Sensatori Resort Tenerife is a luxury escape par excellence.

Sensatori Resort Tenerife has lavish good looks. Cue cutting-edge furniture from the likes of Italian heavyweight, Fendi, oversized fountains that light up come nightfall, and daybeds that provide the perfect lounging spots.

There’s as much substance as there is style. We're talking plush deluxe rooms with hi-tech extras, restaurants that blur the lines between cooking and art, and an infinity pool with monsoon jets and in-water sunbeds.

All in all it’s a winning formula, and one that has seen the hotel awarded an extraordinary 5T+ rating – the highest of any Thomson property.

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    5 Star plus
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  • 609Rooms
  • 15Lifts

Sensatori by TUI

Luxury holidays designed to fuel the senses

  • Standout pool scenes
  • At least 4 restaurants
  • Great sports line-ups
  • Modern children’s facilities
  • Top entertainment
  • World-class spas

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
All Inclusive

Including 3 meals a day excluding Red Level, fine dining and Oriental restaurants.  The hotel also offers a special All Inclusive drinks upgrade. It entitles you to local drinks when you go up and order them from any of the hotel’s bars during opening hours. 

Full Board

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Full Board Plus, which includes house wine, beer and carbonated soft drinks with lunch and dinner, is the standard package at this hotel. 

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Outdoor pool

The main pool is huge, filled with saltwater and accessorised with a whopping 70 in-water sunloungers, whirlpools and water jets.

Oasis Pool Grille Mediterranean restaurant*

Mediterranean meals are on the menu here with some of the chef's speciality dishes incurring an extra charge. Men will need to wear full-length trousers to dinner.

Spa by Clarins*

The Spa by Clarins has both indoor and outdoor treatment cabins, an indoor pool, sauna, steam room and floatarium. There's a lengthy menu of treatments, including things like diamond facials, Indian scalp massages and packages for the whole family. There's also a beauty salon for nailcare, waxing, make up and hairdressing.

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master suite with balcony or terrace

Soft lighting and clean cut décor, make up the suites. They sleep up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. You'll have a separate bedroom and lounge area both with a 32 flatscreen TV. The lounge also has a dining area and there's an iPod docking station. The bathroom comes complete with a double shower, rain shower and a whirlpool bath. For outside space, there's a balcony or terrace.

deluxe twin room with limited sea view and balcony or terrace

Deluxe twin rooms have a luxurious feel with high quality designs and fabrics. They sleep up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. Plus you'll have a 32 flatscreen TV, iPod docking station and a rain shower. Outside, there's a balcony or terrace with partial views of the sea.

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What a Wonderful Holiday

Firstly ignore all the negative comments this hotel is a Jewel in the Crown the location is superb with a small pretty village that is so Spanish with lovely little restaurants and bars that you can reach in about 5 minutes walk along a walkway overlooking the sea. The hotel is amazing it really has the wow factor when you walk in the Lobby it has this wonderful smell, one of the swimming pools is 260 metres long with Jacuzzis water jets just amazing the Adults pool is just as nice we never had any problem getting a sunbed and it was so peaceful. All the staff are a credit to the hotel they are very courteous friendly and helpful and the service in the Restaurants and Bars was superb we were on Full Board with wine beer at soft drinks at lunch and dinner we had no problem what so ever at getting served, the food was the best ever you have 3 free Restaurants to choose from had no problem booking any of them we went to one of the paying Restaurants and got 30% off and had the best Grouper we have ever tasted in fact most of the food was Master Chef standard and presentation. I am really knit picking now our room with a sea view was a bit disappointing as it had a brick wall on the balcony and whilst sat down you could not see the sea but I'm sure if we had of gone to reception the hotel would have moved us to another room with railings but we could not be bothered to pack up and move as the room was so lovely and the balcony huge. The sports people were very good my husband really enjoyed the Archery, The evening shows were amazing in fact the West End would be lucky to have them they are so talented, the Tribute Acts were fabulous. We never ever book the same holiday but we have already booked for next year it was so goodMore


Good Resort - Great room

Booked through Thomson and i can't complain about anything to do with the flight or transfers which were all on time and as expected. The resort is very well designed and maintained with more chairs and couches than i have ever seen in a hotel. They could do with more sunbeds instead as it was a struggle to find a decent location with the beds available. We usually take a high floor room but on this occasion took the allocated ground floor room with day bed booked through Thomson and i am glad we did. The rooms themselves are great and felt 5 star in design and standard of finish. The lighting was quirky but not a problem and the bed was both massive and very comfortable. The day bed was worth every penny and a great place to relax with a glass of wine and read a book after a day by the pool. The bed was in your own private area in front of the terrace and had curtains that could be closed to provide complete privacy from the rooms adjacent. The bed doesn't get the sun as mentioned by others but it has a roof on it, so what did you expect? The meals are good but not great with the oriental being our favourite. If you have trouble booking the Italian go and speak to the rep who can usually get you in with a bit of notice although in truth it is not that great an experience given its popularity. The big pool is massive, not too cold once you are in and i used the small gym a few times, which was good. As others have said use the adjacent supermarket on the front for essentials - water and wine, as it is really cheap compared to the resort. All in all a great resort in a quiet location but i was disappointed with our afternoon bus trip to Los Gigantes as that resort has gone down hill quite a bit since i last visited.More


Relaxing Break

We have just returned from a 9 day break at this hotel and thoroughly enjoyed it. We booked direct with hotel on a bed and breakfast basis and we received 20 euros a day credit to spend in the resort. We used this to eat in the Japanese restaurant on a couple of evenings and had no trouble getting the bookings that we wanted. The grounds of the hotel are very nice with great gardens, infinity pool, adults pool and a families pool so you could chose what suited you the best. There was a good choice of hot and cold food at the breakfast buffet and the standard room was very nice. We also attended a number of the spinning and Pilates classes which were very good. Overall a nice relaxing break in a lovely setting and I would definitely return.More

DerekE_11, 551740

Another Fantastic Holiday

Returned for our second visit on 21st April as a party of seven and asked for two rooms overlooking the children's pool on the top floor and got exactly what we asked for. Booked direct with Melia and was given twenty euros per room per day to use in the resort and this covered our drinks on the first evening, use of minibar and ice-creams throughout the week. We did upgrade to the silver drinks package on the second day (not the first day as we arrived late) and this was worth every penny as the drinks are quite expensive. 35 euros per day for adults and twenty for children over the age of seven and you are given a list of drinks you can order or get 50% off the drinks not included. We stuck to the ones included on the list as it was quite extensive including a number of cocktails, sangria, spirits, etc. You could even use the buzzer around the pools to press for a drink and the waiter came and took your order and brought it back. You do have to sign for everything with your name and room number but this didn't worry us. We had a clarins facial, massage and indian head massage and although expensive it was worth every penny as it was so relaxing and professional. We spent most evenings listening to the live DJ at Club Ocean watching the sun go down with a few drinks. It did seem to take a long time to be served a drink in the evening and if you go to the bar, they tend to send you back to your seat and come over in a little while. We sometimes went to the piano bar (Nemo's) to get a drink and took it down. We also had pre-dinner drinks at the piano bar as there was such quick service. We tried many of the hotel activities including aqua aerobics, water balling, gym, spinning, etc and thoroughly enjoyed it all! We enjoyed all of the food, especially lunch in the Market Grill but the only thing which could be improved is the heat of some of the food as it did seem to be cold sometimes. Best tip is to have something cooked fresh from the chef like fish, meat, etc or omelette in the mornings. We had no problem booking any restaurants and used the red glove line a few times to ask for an extra chair for the balcony, clean towels, etc, all of which were dealt with within minutes. Would we come back? Certainly! Hopefully later this year.More

lucyhardy, 186220

Not 5 star, more like 3.5/4 star

Booked this holiday via Thomson and it's advertised as their Sensatori resort. Thomson flights...severe lack of leg room, even for me who is only 5ft 5!, my poor husband who is over 6ft knees where wedged into the back of the seat in front of him. The hotel is stunning, there is no doubt about it. Everything about it does speak class, and it is generally kept very clean. ROOMS ..We were allocated a room on arrival and luggage was taken to our room. The room was freezing. There is no heating in the rooms, only ac. We got extra quilts to keep us warm. We quickly realised the next day that our room was north facing and was never going to be warm. We contacted reception who kindly let us move to another room. This room was the same standard as the previous one, however it was noticeably warmer and actually captured some sun! This meant we could use the balcony. We also had a dining table which was missing from the previous room as well as other little things! Rooms are a good size and clean, bathrooms are huge also. Remember you can cancel your room cleaning for a credit to use at the hotel, your rep will tell you more about this! Good luck in working out the lights in the room, whoever labelled them and wired them was having a laugh, most of the time when we put the lights out at night, the small light at the wardrobe would come on which meant getting out of bed again to switch it off! FOOD.. We went all inclusive as we had read reviews on the prices of things, the main eating place is the buffet restaurant. Good choice of food on offer, however as with all buffets, the food is Luke warm. I also found the food very bland and lacking any taste, almost like they were scared of using herbs and spices to give it flavour. Being vegan I survived on fruits, soya yogurts, pasta and various vegetable dishes. As part of our all inclusive package we could eat at the Italian once during out stay. This was enjoyable, probably due to the fact that it was the first HOT meal I had throughout my stay. We also went to the BBQ night, which was very similar to the buffet set up. Tried the pool bar and that was nice also. We didn't try any other restaurants as quite frankly they are overpriced. DRINK .. All inclusive we were, ok it was a bit more bit when your faced with a bill of 8 euros for a cocktail or even a mock tail and 6 euros for a rum and coke and 3euros for water, it all seems worth it! Just remember that when having your meal, wine and water is included as part of your deal, nothing else, regardless of whether you are all inclusive. E.g don't order a rum and coke cos you will be charged for it if you have it with your meal! If you want to stock up on water, beer etc, go out the main hotel entrance across the road to the garage, or go,out the beach entrance and walk into the village along the prom, there is a cash and carry there, this will save you a fortune! LOCATION .. Not too long a transfer from the airport and quiet location of hotel, can walk to local village in ten mins. FACILITIES ... I went to Yoga/Pilates etc every day. It was nice to have a dedicated Well Being Zone, however it is clear that it was a bit of an after thought. It is right beside a walk way and even though people can see a class is on, they are noisy and inconsiderate. I tried to meditate here every day and found it difficult to drown out the noise. ADULT ONLY AREAS ... This is not enforced. I saw children around the age of 12-14 in the adult area of the buffet restaurant and at the adult pool. SWIMMING POOL AREA ..We went to the adult pool, good sized pool which was heated (slightly!). The large infinity pool, which the hotel prides itself on, is not heated. I liked to call it the Baltic pool. Trying to get a sun bed was a problem, however this is helped by the hotel having a policy that no towels on beds prior to 10 am. however we saw on several occasions, towels on sunbeds but nobody on it all day! I know that the adult pool likes silence, however I felt that this lacked any atmosphere! ENTERTAINMENT .. Good entertainment, talented group on site. We especially enjoyed the Broadway night! Fantastic! Various other acts on throughout the week as well as the Inhouse entertainment staff. LIKES .. Room, comfortable, quiet, Eddie the Egret, the koi carp pool. DISLIKES ..inconsiderate people, children on those roller trainers in the restaurant, luke warm food in buffet restaurant, overpricing on anything that isn't part of your package. Would we go back? Probably not. For not much more we could have gone to Mexico for a truly 5 star holiday that allows you access to numerous restaurants and doesnt feel like they are trying to get money out of you all the time, We really only came here to avoid a long haul flight!More

DonnaHappyPaws, 186575

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