This hotel does a good line in sea views, relaxed pools and low-key entertainment.
This luxury hotel overlooks the sea with great views of the harbour. A promenade leads into Los Cristianos – roughly 15 minutes’ walk away – and stretches onwards to Playa de las Americas.
The centrepiece here is the two pools teamed with a palm-dotted terrace. Highlights on the food front include sea-view à la carte lunches, and in the evenings a piano bar and show lounge provide the entertainment.
These sea-view twin rooms are fresh and bright, and come with a balcony offering outside space. You'll have air-conditioning, TV and Wi-Fi*. Bathrobes, slippers and tea and coffee-making facilities are also included. These sleep 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom.
These twin rooms are fresh and bright, and come with limited sea views. There's also a balcony offering outside space. You'll have air-conditioning, TV and Wi-Fi*. Bathrobes, slippers and tea and coffee-making facilities are also included. These sleep 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom.
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We are regular visitors to the Arona Gran Hotel and are pleased that the refurbishment is taking place, the Hotel was in great need of an overhaul. Unfortunately this should have been carried out when the Hotel had been closed down. The rooms are a great improvement, very modern clean and comfortable. But there is still a lot of noisy work going on, we were led to believe all of the works would be finished at the beginning of November 2015, and on this information we booked 10 days later in the month. The hotel needs to get this work finished very quickly to ensure they do not loose a lot of loyal customers.
We used the Spa but feel that it is part of the Hotel and should not be 12 Euros fee to use it, treatments, etc I would expect to pay for but not the general use of the Spa, this needs a re-think.More
My husband, our three grandchildren and myself stayed the last week in October. Have to say it was a lovely holiday and the children really enjoyed themselves. Yes the hotel was like a building site and at times noisy and having read reviews prior to arriving I was apprehensive but this did not spoil our holiday. So sorry that we can no longer book this hotel again with my family, due to the fact it is now adult only and will be using the other two hotels in future.More
443kath, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Potential to be very good
The hotel is in an ideal location overlooking the water. The hotel was however still undergoing refurbishments and while most of the rooms have been done some public areas are reminiscent of a building site. The addition of a walk in shower is a bonus however the twin beds need a lot to be desired .Food was generally quite good and on 3 nights we had the largest langostines we have experienced. The piano player Jeremy was a talented musician and comedian, however he was only playing for a couple of hours due to the restricted entertainment programme. The gym unfortunately had a few broken machines but was reassured the new ones had arrived and would be available in 2 weeks time-little consolation.An enjoyable stay and welcoming staff but I feel that for a 4 star hotel they should improve the beds and there should be a free safe provided. Stayed with Thomsons and was unhappy with the inconsistent messages we received concerning the building works prior to our arrival. More
Spoiled holiday on constuction site
Having holidayed for 20 years at this comfortable character hotel, we are NOW disappointed, We booked direct and were not told of the re-furbishments that were continueing into November. The noise, dust and smell were all disturbing. The loss of previous facilities sush as Teide Club, Piano Bar and the change to the Entertainment Group made the "holiday" expensive which thankfully ended after one week. Only 2 couples danced over 3 nights which indicates the deterioration in music--unfortunately appreciated by the young arrival entertainment managers.
The room changes were an improvement,i.e Showers replacing baths.
I dread that the future may be in doubt some incentives will be needed to attract damaged customers.More
John P, Culcheth, England, United Kingdom
We have just returned from a week at the Aron Gran.
Were informed by Thomson's London that the building work was complete but have to say it was far from finished. At times the drilling and noise were awful, painting along the passages with dust sheets all over. Very considerate painters, though.
The entertainment room was not complete so often could not see the performers properly.
Dining room total chaos and food very disappointing apart from a couple of really good nights. More like eating in a cafeteria. Not nearly enough staff with a maitre d walking around doing absolutely nothing.
The bedroom was beautiful and spotless with a lovely walk in shower.
The pools were beautiful.
Tried to focus on all the good things so managed to have a great holiday.
Will be lovely when complete.
Reception staff amazing.
Disappointed that had to pay extra for use of safe in the room, why????More