Hotel Los Gigantes  

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2012 was a big year for Hotel Los Gigantes. The property had a top-to-toe makeover and was added to the exclusive Thomson Couples collection.

The refurbishment is obvious from the outside. The entire façade of the building has been reconstructed to give it a more contemporary look. Even the walls on the terraces have been turned from brick into translucent crystal.

Inside, meanwhile, upgrades are endless. You’ll find a new bar and a new sampling menu restaurant, where you can dine al fresco while watching the sunset over the marina.

Of course, the hotel has retained its best bits. When you’re lying on your double sunlounger by the large swimming pool, you’ll still be able to see the sea and the island of La Gomera in the distance. You’ll also still be able to use the spa, with its jet pool, rain showers and treatment rooms.

TripAdvisor rating

Based on 915 reviews

  • Official Rating
  • 1Building
  • 10Floors
  • 225Rooms
  • 4Lifts

Couples

Stylish adults-only holidays, designed for two

  • Contemporary style
  • Great settings
  • Top dining scenes
  • Relaxed atmospheres
  • 20kg luggage allowance
  • Adults-only hotels

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Full Board

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  A choice of house wine, locally produced beer, soft drinks or mineral water with lunch and dinner. 

Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Spa*

With a selection of treatments including a rain shower, couples treatments and a pool.

Buffet restaurant

With show cooking and Al fresco dining and weekly gala dinner with Canarian and international specialities. Open for breakfast and dinner.

Outdoor pool

With sunbeds, parasols and showers. Towels can be hired for a deposit.

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double room

Double room sleeps up to 3.

double room with sea view

Double room with sea view sleeps up to 3.

TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »

'THE CARNIVAL IS OVER'

A nice hotel set in the centre of the village easy access to all amenities but very steep in parts. Holidayed here for the 3rd time in as many years and enjoyed ours stay particularly now the stomach bug problem seems to be resolved . Food rooms and staff all ok in the hotel although the nightly entertainment leaves a lot to be desired. Several bars quite close to the hotel and all ok although not very exiting either. Fine if you want a relaxing holiday and the resort is frequented by older couples who are looking for just that.. Definitely not for the younger generation. We did get the taxi over to Route 66 in Santiago for a couple of livelier nights, fare about 4 euros but worth it to see Old Dogs New Trix again. Our stay coincided with the annual carnival,5 nites of loud music and fun, at least we thought so. Unfortunately not everyone enjoyed it judging by the number of our fellow guests queuing to see the 2 Thomson reps in the mornings. I think the lads handled it well when the explained that local events were beyond their control and that individuals should do their own research before booking the holiday. Quite right. We enjoyed it all particularly the live band in the square on the last night. Good behaviour from everyone no fighting,no drunks even though people were drinking well into the early hours. What a pleasant surprise.. We didn't get involved in any excursions but did hire a car for several days. I usually hire cars when we travel but I didn't find this the easiest of places to drive around and parking in Los Gigantes can be a bit of a challenge. Several of the near by resorts are well worth a visit but when we drove down to Costa Adeje parking was again a problem.. Other bars in the resort. TJ's immediately outside the hotel. Shame it was closed for quite a few nights during our stay. The Bamboo Bar holds a twice weekly quiz. Worth a visit as the quizmaster puts a lot of time and effort into it but the bar is small and seating is uncomfortable. A bit of a clique can develop as the bar is used by quite a lot of the ex pats. Highland Paddy is probably the liveliest bar great for football viewing but karaoke is not to everyone's taste.More

Andy D, Chesterfield, United Kingdom

Same review as the others...... excellent hotel!

As many others have said, superb hotel. Food excellent (including breakfast, always a very wide choice), staff extremely polite and helpful (see room issue below), room very comfortable. Evening entertainment a bit samey for me - always "tribute acts", some better than others, but generally not bad (I'm a musician so I'm verrrrrry picky). Nice little town area and marina, some good restaurants - El Pescador especially good - for both evening and daytime food. Hotel grounds and pools spotless and beautifully kept - we used the smaller one as it was less windy (you can get scorched in the wind!) and slightly easier to get sunbeds. We too had a room on the town side and found NO problems with the view (town/cliffs/harbour) or the noise - there was a little bit but not much and it always finished by midnight, although it might be more in high season. However, I do have one tiny warning about the rooms..... Unable to get a sea view (book WELL in advance if you want this) we booked a garden view, thinking it was exactly that. My fault for not reading that this actualy meant a room on the ground floor with the garden in front of you, which I don't much care for as folk can virtually walk right up to your patio door. Still, that bit was my fault. However, this is obviously one of the rooms which has been refurbished as it was all white paint and big spaces, but (i) darkish unless it caught the sun (we didnt stay to find out); (ii) the TV was in a "livingroom" area with sofa so not visible from the bed; and (iii) DIRECTLY UNDER THE DINING ROOM. This means that at 5am or so you may start to hear trolleys trundling etc. The rep (lovely Sam) advised that they knew about this and were sometimes asked to keep the noise down but I think that's difficult. So if you sleep late or go to bed early, DON'T book a garden view. However, when we asked to change rooms the staff were superb. There was a room available the next day and they just gave us the key when it was ready and suggested we go check it out to see if we wanted it, which we did (this was the one on the town side, which was fine). No quibbles, luggage moved for you etc - great service. Don't stay anywhere else in Los Gigantes, this is a lovely hotel - would definitely go back.More

W0rcesterW0man, Bromsgrove, UK

Wonderfull hotel.

We have just returned from a weeks holiday at this hotel. It is a fantastic hotel in a lovely setting, so relaxing and peacefull. All staff were polite and attentive. Tomas and all the waiters in the restuarant were most afficient. We had a room on the 8th floor with views of the cliffs and harbour which was wonderfull, no need to pay extra for sea view room. Rooms were of a really high standard and clean, thanks to Carmen the chaimbermaid. Would recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a lovely relaxing holiday.More

lindamcg, scotland

Great holiday!

My husband daughter and myself have just returned from a week at Los Gigantes Hotel. My husband and I have visited many many times over the last 15 yrs!! The hotel has changed so much which in our opinion is for the better. How lovely to see guests from other parts of the world and not just from the UK. The food has improved since our last visit, great breakfasts and average evening meals. We go to the Los Gigantes because the weather is so good and for the amazing views over the cliffs and La Gomera which we never tire of. What would improve this hotel would be a heated swimming pool in the Winter months as the water was very cold. Keep up the good work!!More

JudySherlock, Bromley, United Kingdom

great relaxing holiday

Just returned from our first visit to this great couples hotel. Check-in was relaxing, quick andstress free. The glass of wine definitely helped. We had emailed before our visit asking for a top room in quiet area, we were given exactly that. Town, cliffs and harbour view, who needs to pay extra for sea view. Rooms were large well equiped. We paid for full board option which includes drinks with lunch and dinner, we found it well worth it. Thomas and his team in restaurant and bar were fantastic, making our 26th wedding anniversary special, sparklers and cakes, thank you. Food good variety and show cooking always good. The entertainment team during the day, Emma and Natalie were very friendly and always made it good fun. Evening entertainment was varied with tribute acts, comedians were both good. The hotels own duo obsession ( Christine and Ray ), played most night and were really great. Good variety of songs, something for everyone. Thank you for playing our request for our anniversary. Always freindly and ready for a chat. The whale watching trips from the harbour are well worth the money, we saw pilot whales and dolphins. A really wonderfull holiday. More

Amanda H, York, United Kingdom

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