The Sol Princesa Dacil is in a really convenient location. The hotel is less than a five-minute walk from Los Cristianos Beach and less than ten minutes from the heart of town and all its shops, bars and restaurants. What’s more, the airport is only 17 miles away, so you won’t have a long transfer.
There’s a packed list of activities available at the hotel, too. In the busiest summer months, you can get in a giant inflatable ball and try water zorbing on top of the swimming pool - that's if you're not sunbathing around it. Alternatively, head to the tennis courts or play a game of mini-golf. If you’ve got children with you, they can take part in Stone Age-themed activities in the Flintstones play area during school holidays.
On the food front, the restaurant serves generous buffets at breakfast, lunch and dinner. The spreads include everything from steaks and fish to salads and pastas. There’s also a snack bar if you get hungry between meals.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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For breakfast, lunch and dinner. Show cooking and themed cooking 3 nights a week. Gentlemen must wear long trousers during Winter months.
Entertainment is beside the pool bar in summer, with live music in the winter.
With plenty of sunbeds and parasols.
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Fabulous location.We were on the 13th floor with a fabulous view.Large bedroom with a very nice bathroom.Breakfast buffet was excellent with a huge variety to choose from.Towels were replaced everyday and sheets changed on a regular basis.Did think the wifi charges were overpriced so declined on that.The charge for the safe was a little over the top at 35 eurosMore
My mum and I visited this hotel for a four night stay, choosing this hotel to discover more of Los Cristianos having stayed in Playa de las Americas and Adeje ten times previously. We were under no illusion that the hotel would be as good as others we have stayed at that are 4 star and above but were very surprised at just how different the experience would be. I like to find the good in everything, particularly when it comes to holidays and Tenerife (my favourite place) but even I was disappointed. Good - - Accommodation: everything was in working order, beds were comfortable. Rooms were not big but fit for purpose - Location: only a couple of minutes walk from the beach and a 15-20 minute stroll to the Oasis shopping area in Playa de las Americas (lovely to visit at night for shopping and atmosphere) - Terrace: on the first floor there's a terrace which is lovely for catching the sun all day long as the pool area has a lot of shade. Bad - - All Inclusive drinks and food: the food was rubbish, bar the bread rolls which were gorgeous (would have been rather hungry without them!). Food was lukewarm and one night where we went for dinner later (8.30) we literally had to scrape the trays to get our food even though there was still an hour of service left. Lunch and dinner is pretty much the same every single day, we were bored with it after a couple of days, let alone if we stayed for two weeks! All inclusive drinks are seriously restricted too... many drinks had an additional charge even for things like the non-alcoholic cocktails. - Service: not including the maids who were friendly, the waiters/waitresses just didn't seem to enjoy their job, rarely cracking a smile. Service for drinks at dinner was slow as there was only one person serving for everyone. This was something that particularly stood at as it was so different from the normal hotel we stay at where every member of staff is friendly, to the extent that we still stay in contact and they could remember our drinks order a year after our last visit (not even joking here!!). - Extras: majority of sunbeds are white plastic loungers which can get very uncomfortable so you have to rent a cushion from reception for 1.50 euros a day. I didn't use it but Wi-Fi is 8 euros a day which seems a bit excessive. I'm just grateful that we love Tenerife as much as we do as if we didn't know the area we definitely wouldn't have enjoyed this holiday as much as we did. To be honest, my advice is to pay extra to go to a better hotel . We certainly won't be returning and will be going back to Torviscas Playa in Adeje as we have been put off going to a 3 star hotel for good.More
Great for long weekend
Stayed here for a long weekend just gone. In a great location not far from the beach and Los cristianos , about a 5 minute walk. Standard rooms very average , but nice and clean . Only 2 electric sockets in room, one with tv plugged in and other in bathroom ! Most staff very cheerful , food very basic but food in town cheap enough to eat out. We stayed on all inclusive basis and thought the drinks were great for the price we payed, 2 cocktails included and beer was very good apparently ! Also pool snacks available at certain times. All inclusive finishes at 11pm. One main downfall was that you have to pay for wifi, but you can go done to the bars and they'll give it you for free. Overall lovely break :)More
ella g, Worcester, United Kingdom
Very good in all aspects
We booked this on a "late deal" and never having been to Tenerife before, let alone Los Cristianos, we had no idea quite what to expect. The hotel exceeded our expectations. Very clean, very friendly, no criticisms of the food (the only time a few things ran out was when we very late in one night and that was our fault trather than theirs). Staff throughout were excellent (esp in kitchen). Evening entertainment at 9.30 although modest gave a bit of post prandial focus. The only (minor) downside that It was a shame there was no free wifi (even in the public areas). All in all..much better than perhaps we'd hoped for and the hotel staff deserve a pat onteh back.More
A great all round stay
Great location and a wonderful visit - Tenerife 2014. We have just recently returned from Tenerife and a great stay in the Hotel Sol Princesa Dacil. The purpose of the holiday was to celebrate the milestone Birthday of my partner Julie. I cannot divulge which decade she has now become a member of due to Health and Safety reasons. After a very short drive from the Airport to the hotel (not your usual hike as often is) we found ourselves in the presence of a warm welcoming reception staff. Promptly booked in we were given a lovely clean spacious room on the eighth floor with a sea view. I am not going to bore you with a detailed account of what we did but a few pointers if you decide to make this your next destination to visit. Out of the hotel and head down to the sea front to get to a point at some steps to either turn left or right. Turning right you start your walk to Playa Las Americas past a host of bars, cafe's and restaurants with the beaches on your left. We did notice that as you get further down the drinks go up in price starting from 95 cents a pint of beer to as much as 3 Euro 90 cents further down the pathway for the same drink! Soft drinks are more expensive than the alcoholic ones. Don't buy half pints of beer they are the same price as the pints, get the extra pint, if your partner cannot manage a pint then it is your gain and a shame to waste! Carry on walking and you see some wonderful sand sculptures one in particular of figure heads and fine buildings again along the way plenty of "watering holes" to frequent. Lora Parque is well worth a visit a kind of Sea world with plenty to see and lots of shows including Killer whales, Dolphins, Sea Lions and Penguins it is a bit of a trek but well worth it. A great place to eat and spend a very pleasant evening is Charlie's you can see it just down the road coming out of the hotel and turning left. We spent a great night down there for Julie's Birthday which was on a Monday. They had a British couple who provided some great quality entertainment, their names escape us but they are certainly on a Monday night and well worth a visit. They encourage couples up to dance and one particular couple got up this night and were absolutely great. Their routines were brilliant and when we learnt of the history it made it even better. He is 83 she is not far behind, they met when he was 80 she could not dance two steps. Three years on......brilliant you would have to see it to believe it. There is also a local Market which is on a Sunday again look out beyond Charlie's and watch for the trail of carrier bags! The Hotel itself is wonderfully situated and does stand out you would not get lost finding your way back from anywhere. The food is very good with plenty of choice depending on what you fancy there is plenty of choice to mix and match. One or two reviews mentioned the food being cold. Depending when you eat if you leave it to last knockings there is no room to moan although the food is seems fresh whenever you get there. Also there is a "no cash" policy at the bar and restaurant you give your credit card details to reception who give you a slip of paper to produce every time you want a drink. At the end of your stay see reception and either pay it off with your card or just pay in euro's which settles your bill. I hope you find this of use I would be interested in any feedback for those going to stay in Los Cristianos and the Dacil Hotel. We hope you enjoy it. Quint and Julie.More
C0rnishPixes, St Austell
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