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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Based On 5512 reviews

  • Official Rating   
    5 Star plus
  • 5Floors
  • 578Rooms
  • 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
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. 

All Inclusive

Including 3 meals a day excluding Red Level, fine dining and Oriental restaurants. Just to let you know, snacks are not included with this All Inclusive package.  Local drinks when you go up and order them from any of the hotel’s bars during opening hours. 

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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. You'll need to make a reservation and men are asked 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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deluxe twin room with balcony or terrace

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

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.

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Mixed feelings with this hotel

I have just returned from this hotel with myself and my 18 year old daughter and 11 year old son, the hotel is stunning the grounds are fantastic very clean and beautifully maintained, we went AI platinum but this can be very confusing of what is AI and what is not especially when you sign for everything so be careful, I was fine with paying for some things but it is a little miss leading so if your expecting to not pay for certain food and drinks be warned and it's quite difficult to get a clear understanding from the staff at times as quite a lot do not speak English, our room was a good size had everything we needed however the noise was so bad I think because the floors in the corridors are all marble and there is sliding doors in the rooms, the walls must be so thin cos I could hear everything and I mean everything, so if you have anyone above you or each side of you like we did you will have trouble sleeping, the main pool is huge but it's a salt water pool which is a killer on the eyes and you were not aloud to play in that pool or have inflatable lilos, they had a much smaller pool if you wanted to have some fun which was packed because the kids couldn't play in the main huge pool and quite frankly it was so packed it was dangerous, food was hit and miss, buffet was ok some days and awful on others we paid to have the teppanyaki one night and it was not nice they didn't devein the prawns which I would expect from a restaurant I'm paying a lot for I personally don't like eating the poop shoot so I didn't eat my meal, the one restaurant that was nice was the lunch one right by the gym, there was a few we could not get into as they were always fully booked even though we went on as soon as the booking machine was turned on, sun beds were a huge problem there are signs stipulating you can not reserve sun beds until 10 but we found it so hard to find any we ended up paying for a cabana for two days at 95 euros a day just so we had a decent sun bed, we had a fabulous time in loro parc it was a long trip to get there but was worth it and the Siam water parc was great too, we had a lovely time but I think the highlight of our holiday was the trips and not the hotel I'm afraid to say, the hotel wasn't awful but it wasn't fantastic either bit of a mixed bag really such a shame cos it could be fantastic with some tweaking, unfortunately we will not return to this hotel again we have never done a hotel this big before and I did end up spending more on this hotel AI then I did in the Seychelles half boardMore


Great stay this time

We went last year with Thompson Sensatori!!! This year we Booked direct and received an overall much better deal with a room to die for !! And for the same price , definitely going back with the hotel. More

Phill B, 186403

Flawed Red Level and food package

This is a very child-friendly hotel with lovely staff who really try hard, however, the whole Red Level idea is deeply flawed for a number of reasons. Why you pay a premium for that extra-special treatment- it isn't so at all. The hotel is huge and doesn't have enough sunbeds to accommodate all of their guests at busy periods. The family pool is really quite small when you consider the number of families and beds are taken pretty much from dawn. They cannot be reserved until 10am (quite s good policy) but people still come out very early to reserve them and sit around with a book. The Red Level (priority beds) are nowhere near the pool though, so even though they are reserved for you, you find yourself far from the pool, under someone's balcony and behind tall hedges/ in the shade. That's not great. We got out around 9am every day only to find absolutely no sunbeds available only to book ourselves s Bali bed which was extra but at least we were guaranteed a space by the pool. The sea water infinity pool is huge but too salty for small kids so you'll find yourself crammed like sardines around the family pool if you're lucky enough to get a bed! All in all, the Red Level system feels wrong in many ways. The hotel should either cater for their exclusive guests in another building (ideally a separate hotel) while this huge monstrosity remains a mass market hotel so no one feels discriminated against. Secondly, we were B&B and were politely advised by the Red Level rep on day one we should upgrade to half or even full board because it would be quite expensive to eat out for a week. That's totally not true. We never upgraded and worked out that even with lunch and dinner we were still much better off not going with the package. We have two young kids who are off the kids' menu. We have saved almost £200 by paying for meals ourselves. Please don't let the Reps con you! We are planning to visit s smaller, more exclusive hotel next summer. More

MummyK2014, 186338

One of the best hotels in the World

I've been at GMPdI few times and would like to return ASAP!!! Great location, ambiance and service! Variety of different rooms, pools and restaurants. Going with kids or without you may find your part to relax. Walking on the coast or visiting near bars is also accessible. I regret having discovered Cannary Islands so late in my life!!!More

Marcin B, 274847

Red level for families - exceptional

Fantastic five days at Gran Melia Palacio de Isora resort, this immaculate & well run hotel was perfect to bring our grand children Oliver & Ruby on holiday. The red level for families team including but to name a few Marie & Vera were extremely helpful and clearly passionate about ensuring that there guests were looked after, with every request made catered for wherever possible. Guia de Isora is not especially developed for tourism, and to my knowlage Gran Melia Palacio is the only hotel within walking (jogging) distance, but with a wonderful seafront promenade and a small village/town close by. Also there are some absolutely fantastic rock pools that you can swim and snorkel in, along with two-three good small beaches (with black sand) Strongly recommend.More

Baggies9005, 190731

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