Thanks to its spot only a short walk from Playa de las Americas, Las Piramides Resort is a hard-to-beat base. Décor has an exotic touch - palm trees fringe the pool and the restaurant is kitted out with bamboo furniture.
Las Piramides Resort is a smart and modern hotel. The lobby is furnished with a checkerboard floor and giant bamboo canes. And the simple apartments are finished with smart wicker headboards and glossy tables. Plus, each one opens onto a balcony, some with views of the mountains or sea.
Outside, you’ve got two pools – a long, curvy number and a rectangular stretch with a children’s section. Palms and cacti add a touch of greenery to the scene.
The small and cozy restaurant puts on three buffet meals a day. Plus, you can relax at the poolside bar.
Last but not least, you’re less than a 15-minute walk from the bars, restaurants and nightclubs of Playa de las Americas. The beach is the same distance away, too.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer, wine, water and soft drinks, until 23.00.
Snacks between 11.00 and 12.30 and cakes and biscuits 15.30-18.30.
very clean hotel excellent location, food not as good as my visit in march. but can always find something to eat,we only have breakfast and lunch in away eat out in the evening, food very cheap , booked a studio room and got one bed apartment.
we had room 1238 over looking big pool ,staff very helpful.Drinks are ok not a lot of choice for all inclusive most of the only one bar person , so long ques .More
Not the best hotel!
I came to this hotel as a couple with me and my boyfriend planned for his 21st birthday, I have already been to this hotel before and didnt really have much of a problem but this time i came i wasnt too impressed at all.
Views and pool were pretty nice but unfortunately that is really all i can say about the hotel! the staff were very rude and did not once crack a smile when you were ordering drinks etc, although we both went all inclusive it didnt feel asif we did because there was a pretty pointless rule only allowing you to order two drinks per person. sometimes i would not get exactly what i asked for due to there rude manners and not listening to my order, most of the time drinks would be too strong! and wasn't enjoyable.
Food - For the price you pay to go all inclusive at this hotel, the food is quite inadequate, the breakfast was the only meal that we seemed to enjoy throughout the day as you can pretty much have a full english that tasted nice, only downside was that there was only one toaster that took forever to make toast and people were crammed around it making it harder for people to get past. The lunch wasnt nice either, there were foods that people would never think to eat and did look appealing, there was only one chopping board and one knife to cut bread, and only one bowl with ham and cheese in it so there wasnt enough for people to make sandwiches, snacks were served in the bar area between lunch and dinner and only consisted of solid pizza that was tasteless, cheese and ham sandwiches that tasted stale and hotdogs, then dinner was pretty much the same as lunch only with a chef that was cooking a piece of different meat each night. Overall i would say the food wasnt great for the price you pay, we ended up eating out most nights costing us quite a bit of money.
Entertainment - There was not much entertainment in the hotel except for the odd day of darts and pool and the odd bingo of a night that you still had to pay for, the prizes were given out unfairly aswell. At the bingo they would have 4 bottles of spirits to be won, which then one bottle was given to a person with one line and the other 3 bottles were given to someone with a full house, awful entertainment and a money making scheme.
Ripped Off - The Thomson reps were adamant that they were the cheapest to purchase siam and loro park twin tickets etc we later found out that we could get them cheaper from local excursion stores throughout las americas. After paying which we then could not be refunded.
Overall - Fantastic area if you want to go out partying as the veronica strip is 5 minutes away, although if you are planning a couples holiday the strip is not an ideal place to be of a night due to fighting and violence, nearby beaches and supermarkets so the location is the main factor of this hotel. Would definitely return to playa de las americas just at a different hotel.More
Jordan_Edge93, Rock Ferry, England, United Kingdom
Tenerife Lovely......Hotel the pits!!
You arrive at a dull stone coloured hotel, not the gleaming white one shown on Thomson's web page. It is also much bigger than it looks. The hotel info states 366 rooms...our room number was 1234!!! It also states 2 pools...there were 4! The room was dark and gloomy, the bed was broken ( was replaced when we complained).. Felt like a prison block. Our room overlooked a large pool where loud music played all day and lots of drunken shouting and swearing could be heard. We asked to be moved and got a room over looking the children's pool. This was worse, we were woken each night by screaming ,shouting and doors banging. One night a couple were shouting and swearing at each other...it sounded like they were trashing their room! I would not recommend taking your family here....the children will learn colourful new words and be around drunken slobs. I was like being on the Chatsworth Estate.....the residents were certainly shameless!!!More
very good holiday
I spent the seventh day last week with my boyfriend and another friend in this hotel. Hotel is nothing special, but it is quite normal for a three star hotel,for these money is great, and I'm not expecting anything more. Staff are very friendly,girl named Pavlina they worked on the sale of tickets for Siam Park,she was very friendly and nice to us.She even explained to us where it is best to go out at night, which are of the most popular,recommended us excellent restaurant 'Papagayo'. holiday was fantastic. The best part of the holiday was SIAM PARK, it would all need to visit, great fun.
Thank you very much Pavlina for the excellent holiday :)More
You get what you pay for
Families and couples avoid at all costs. The hotel is 100% for young groups. Great location for shops and bars. Pool is small and crammed with sunbeds and there is a funky smell coming from (I presume) the toilets whilst you sunbathe. Rooms are average and the all inclusive is poor, a few small tables with a handful of food (the same every day). Wouldn't return.More
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