Light and spacious with splashes of colour make up these double rooms. Sleeping up to three, you have air-conditioning, satellite TV, and tea and coffee making facilities. Outside, there's a balcony or terrace with sea views.
Light and spacious with splashes of colour make up these double rooms. Sleeping up to three, you have air-conditioning, satellite TV, and tea and coffee making facilities. Outside, there's a balcony or terrace.
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Just back from a third visit to Los Gigantes. We had a lovely week weatherwise, which always helps. The food, rooms and staff were as good as ever. My main bugbear this time was that they have introduced a new rule regarding gentlemen wearing trousers in to dinner. We saw at least three men turned away. BUT ladies were allowed in wearing very little most of the time. There were two women in shorts that hardly left much to the imagination! I feel this is a bit unfair. (I am female, by the way!) A good addition is the use of a lifeguard at the two pools, who, fortunately were not needed. Also, the chambermaids seem to have upped their game a bit as toiletries were replaced every day, which used not to happen. All in all, good, and we shall definitely be going back.More
Judith T, Newton Abbot, United Kingdom
A Room with a View
This is a good modernised hotel with spacious lounge areas inside and places outside
to relax. The restaurant had a good choice of food at breakfast and dinner, the chef on
the show cooking section was very entertaining .All the staff were friendly and helpful
throughout the hotel. A sea view room is a must with a view across to La Gomera.
Very hilly for walking outside the hotel but its worth the effort to the next resort along
the coastal path.More
4th visit and just as good
We stayed at the lovely Los Gigantes hotel between 10th and 17th April and had a fantastic week. This was our fourth visit having stayed here in Easter and New Year 2011 and Summer 2013. The weather was great and the hotel from arrival to departure was fab.
The rooms are spacious and very clean although as mentioned by previous reviewers the bathroom could be updated but a minor issue in the overall experience.
The restaurant food is varied and tasty, Plenty of salads and so many main courses to choose from, also the deserts were fantastic. I can't see why anyone would comment negatively on the food and the service is also great although a couple of the older male waiters could bring their happy faces to work more often. Also Thomas is still there to welcome guests at dinner with his usual smile.
The main pool area is wonderful with plenty of sun beds any time of day although some people still reserve their beds in keys spots even though this is unnecessary.
The daytime entertainment is announced each morning and you can join in or not it's not in your face. The evening entertainment is varied from Bee Gee and Barry White tributes as well as Flamenco shows so something for everyone. The resident band are OK but the atmosphere isn't great and no real audience engagement. We usually had a few drinks in the entertainment area, decent prices too, then went to the nearby bars, TJs and Domingos where we were entertained until almost midnight.
All in all a great holiday, we had a room with a town view which was great but some go for the sea view at an extra cost, you pay your money and make your choice.
Will we return, yes it's so relaxing especially as it's couples and no children
Stephen R, Newcastle
Mrs Julie Watts
We stayed in Hotel Los Gigantes last year, loved it so much that we have booked again for August this year. A friendly couples only hotel, fabulous food and entertainment and the view from our hotel room absolutely magnificent. I loved the salt water pool it was much more natural.We watched Dolphines following boats whilst sipping wine from our hotel balcony it does not get better than that. We visited Teidi by night and saw a magnificent sun set and milky way. Cant wait for our returnMore
dave w, Faversham, United Kingdom
Very nice hotel-not quite 4 star service!
Returned last week from a 7 night stay on a half board basis. Light and airy hotel with spacious rooms-very clean. Buffet style service with a very good variety of food served every evening. Breakfast excellent (apart from the coffee)! Staff polite and pleasant.
Beautiful pool area in a prime location next to the sea with plenty of sunbeds available and a nice snack bar serving good snacks (but dreadful coffee)! There were three beautiful double Balinese sunbeds available but unfortunately their use came with a substantial charge so we did not use them at all on principal. Charging for these only lowers the standard of the hotel! A tacky approach!
We had a very relaxing holiday with good weather during the day (woollies needed in the evenings)! Los Gigantes is a very quiet resort-small and relaxing-perfect for a quiet get away.
Overall the hotel represented good value for money but only because we got a discounted deal. We would not have been satisfied had we paid full price as it only just scrapes through on the cusp of a 4 star rating and therefore we have not rated it as 'excellent'. We have stayed in far superior 3 star hotels.
Other reasons for our downgraded rating that management may wish to consider include:
Not a very good 1st impression -we arrived on an evening and were rushed straight through to the restaurant for our evening meal to clearly accommodate the restaurant opening times! We were not even given the keys to our rooms until after our meal so no opportunity to wash and change after a 10 hour journey! This form of customer service is certainly not expected from a 4 star hotel!!
There was a queue at the coffee machines every morning at breakfast. No coffee pots available, so if you like to enjoy more than one cup of coffee with your breakfast it can be somewhat time consuming going back and forth -queuing each time to refill your cup! One would normally expect coffee/tea to be served at the table in suitable pots from a 4 star establishment. The quality of the coffee was really poor too. At times undrinkable (this was the same at the other bar areas in the hotel)!
Improve the coffee situation in terms of service and quality!
Stop charging for the use of the Balinese sunbeds-it's tacky and definitely not a 4 star approach!
Bathrooms could do with an upgrade including the towels which were rather small. Bathrobes are usually provided in 4 star establishments!
We would recommend this hotel at a discounted rate.More