Hotel Los Gigantes  

Massages for two and dinners with a view are just the start of what this hotel has to offer.

The property had a top-to-toe makeover in 2012.

Glass-wrapped terraces and newly refurbished rooms give this hotel a contemporary look. From May 2016, this hotel will become part of the Thomson Sensimar collection.

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Based On 1441 reviews

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


Stylish holidays just for adults

  • Contemporary style
  • Great settings
  • Top dining scenes
  • A focus on wellbeing
  • Attentive service
  • Low-key entertainment

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Free upgrade to Full Board

If you book Half Board before the 17th August 2015, and stay between the 1st August 2015 and the 17th August 2015, you'll be upgrade to Full Board for free. Your departure flight home must be before the 17th August 2015 for this offer to be valid.

Food & Drink

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

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

Full Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner. Lunch from menu at pool bar or buffet restaurant.  A choice of house wine, locally produced beer, soft drinks or mineral water with lunch and dinner. 

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There are a selection of pampering treats on offer here, such as couple's massages and special packages. There's also a sauna, steam room and hydrotherapy pool.

Buffet restaurant

There's plenty going on here with show cooking and al fresco dining. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Outdoor pool

The pool offers panoramic views of the sea. Sunbeds, parasols and showers are all available. And towels can be hired for a deposit.

Rooms► View all

double room with sea view

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.

double room

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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Choose wisely!!

We stayed in hotel Los Gigantes for 11 nights and generally had a good stay. The room was spacious and clean with a lovely view of the mountains, all the staff were very polite and approachable and the hotel in general was clean and well maintained. The view from the main pool area is fantastic, over looking the sea with the island of la Gomera on the horizon. The breakfast selection and evening dinner selection in the restaurant was impressive and all fresh and well presented. However (I'm sure you sensed there was a 'but' coming) there are certain things about this hotel, and the resort of Los Gigantes that potential customer should know about before choosing to holiday here. Firstly, the resort is very small, which consequently means very few decent bars and restaurants and places to walk around (there are no restaurants over looking the sea in Los Gigantes apart from the hotel restaurant). The local beach isn't great either, you access it essentially down a back street and when you get there, it is very small with very few facilities. With the resort being so limited, it puts more pressure on your hotel delivering more and sadly in my opinion it didn't. The evening entertainment was largely dissapointing and aimed towards an older audience which can start off being quite funny, but a couple of days in can be tedious. The hotel lacked any sort of holiday atmosphere as there was no music down by the pool area or in the restaurant which I found unusual, I became very conscious of those around me as you could here everything around you. The hotel facilities read well but in reality, just tick boxes. The snooker table wasn't level and only pool cue were available, the dart board was rusty with only one dart available, and the gym was terrible with very few weights, smelly benches and limited equipment available. But to put it all in perspective, this hotel is nice, maybe better suited for the older generation but we did enjoy ourselves. We wouldn't go back as we much prefer to stay in smaller hotels that are more relaxed which helps create a better holiday atmosphere.More

Ashley W, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom

"a great place to relax"

Simply a wonderful Hotel!! The pictures of the Hotel on here do not lie, the place is stunning. Hotel is kept very clean and the staff were always helpful and polite (Bald waiter on the outside terrace could do with smiling a bit though!). Food was always cooked well and tasted lovely, (Chef who works the grill is worth a visit just for his banter) as a fussy eater I had no trouble finding things to eat and my wife had a great time trying out all the dishes over our weeks stay. Our room (5th floor sea view) was spotless and the view just stunning, well worth the extra fee to be on this side, we even saw Dolphins and a Whale whilst sat on the Balcony! We only used the Salt water pool during our stay and it was a joy to sit out there each day, the other pool looked nice too though. We did feel a bit sorry for the entertainment people who tried to get people to "Zumba" or play"Jenga" in the mornings, nil response was the norm but water based things went down well. As I understand it the Hotel was booked to capacity our first few days due to people changing their holiday from Tunisia to Tenerife, You would not have known from the running of the Hotel, only downside was for this period we had to join the throngs of people putting Towels on sunbeds at 8am, if you didn't you didn't have one all day! this definitely eased off on the last few days as there were plenty to go around at all times. We met so many people who had gone back several times and it's easy to see why, we only wanted a week away to just relax and flop, this we did to perfection. Locally there is not much going on but we did walk around the resort and neighbouring resorts most nights, there are bars that are a bit lively should you wish that and plenty of shops near the Hotel. Thompson did have trips most days but we didn't use them but the staff seemed to be very helpful. Would we go back? most definitely!!More

Mattjb42, Exeter, United Kingdom

Great hotel, shame Tenerife has been over run by Brits...

This is a lovely hotel, definitely geared around the older generation however. Very quiet, with various things going on throughout the day to entertain if you're into that kind of thing, (pool excersise, a cooking demonstration, fashion show, daily quiz etc). The entertainment in the evening is really quite terrible, but it seemed to draw a good crowd. The hotel is immaculately clean, and as with many of these places the staff are fantastic, working long days. The food in the hotel is not good though. We had full board, ate one breakfast, maybe two lunches and one dinner and never again for the whole week, it was a very odd combination of food that wasn't very well cooked. This however, is not down to poor standards of the hotel, I believe it was purely based on catering for large numbers, and large numbers of Brits. There was plenty of it, but the food was mostly over cooked, bland and often just odd. I think the hotel may have had more guests than expected due to the recent Tunisia situation and perhaps struggled to keep up as it seems they are still working on small areas of the hotel's refurb. I may be wrong about this. To be honest, lots of people would lovel it I'm sure, when I go on holiday I like to try local cuisine and eat good quality seafood etc, so eating in a mass catered buffet restaurant is not my idea of fun, but if going out for a nice meal isn't essential to your holiday and you prefer to eat to might find it ideal for you. The area is lovely, (very hilly for walking) but unfortunately, as is the way with too many places these days, it is geared towards the British market where people seem to come away and expect to live as they do at home (but in a better climate). Lots of British food places on offer, an Irish bar, etc etc. There are a couple of lovely spanish places on the harbour front - especially the Tapas restaurant at the very end, it's cheap, its authentic and it's great food. Overall, a nice holiday, nice hotel, big room, cleaned daily, lovely people but definitely missing it's authentic spanish/canarian flare... One final note to those that need to have access - the wifi was fantastic, available around the pool, in the rooms and most areas of the hotel.More

HH832013, Norwich, United Kingdom

Amazing 2 weeks at Hotel Los Gigantes

My boyfriend and I stayed here from the 3-18th July and loved it! We are both in our early 20s and felt very at home at a relaxed and civilised hotel. If you are looking for a well priced, classy and truly relaxing hotel then this is for you! Positives: - Great food, especially the fresh grill every breakfast and dinner. (The man who worked on this grill most days during our stay who told us he used to live in North London was absolutely lovely. Such a happy and positive presence which added to our dining experience). - Beautiful views. Even if you don't get a sea view, we got a bit of both (sea and town). It was still lovely to look out on the town and music stopped around 11pm. - Very clean hotel generally. - Both pools were great, salt for the view but fresh water for proper swimming and a lie in (as you will need to put towels down at 8am for the good beds at salt). - Local boat trip (ocean explorer) saw dolphins and whales, well worth 15€ each. Negatives: - Rude waiters (the 2 older men) working mostly on the outside section of the restaurant. They were reluctant to provide us with more drinks although they were included and a generally rude attitude towards us. Although the women inside were lovely, they made us feel very comfortable and at home. Overall, loved the hotel and would come back again definitely!!More

Amy S, Watford, United Kingdom

Stunning Hotel & Location

Just enjoyed one week at this beautiful hotel, rooms & balconies huge, spotless. A huge dining room with a massive choice of food both at breakfast, lunch and evening meals.. All staff were pleasant and yes you could sit where you wanted to, to be honest there is nothing to complain about. Both pools were good, plenty of sunbeds at all times and activities to take part in whenever you wanted to. Reception staff were very knowledgeable and helpful at all times. Free use of table tennis and a full size snooker table. The entertainment was very good, such a variety and the resident duo were a very nice couple who could sing just about anything. The animation team were very friendly and organised some good events. The hotel ground were lovely, clean, lush greenery and plenty seating areas. The resort has everything you could want within easy reach a multitude of shops, and restaurants who all had entertainment on each evening. The Harbour was only 5 minutes away and you could go on a variety of trips at very affordable prices. No one hassles you at this resort, a refreshing change. Will definitely return , ignore all negative comments, try for yourself.More

holly123442, Sunderland, United Kingdom

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