Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer, wine, water and soft drinks, until 22.00.
Snacks between 11.00 and 12.30 and cakes and biscuits 15.30-18.30.
Location is good, beach, shops restaurants are close. Hotel average, room nice. Food good. Gluten free bread as well. More choice. Not very clean. Summertime might be too busy and loud. Staff are helpful. Average.More
A Fab Hotel... Fab Holiday!!
I've just returned from here last night, we travelled as 4 friends & stayed here for 1 week all inclusive! To me I don't see why people have so many bad reviews, but then there's no pleasing some people, it is only a 3 star, as they know when booking... Ignore all bad reviews!!
When we arrived we had to wait 1 hour for our rooms to be ready, which wasn't a problem as dinner was just starting so we went for our dinner while waiting as we were up from early & after travelling we were all hungry.. They put our bags in storage while we went for dinner.. When we went back after the hour our rooms were ready & we recieved our key, the woman on reception with blonde hair was lovely & very welcoming & friendly, they also gave us our 2 rooms beside each other which we had requested.
They were 2 studios on the 1st floor, the rooms were very spacious, with 2 single beds and a sofa bed also, it had a tv, a kettle, a microwave, a toaster, 2 ring hob, all the cutlery, glasses etc if u wanted to do some self catering, and the balcony was quiet large, with a table, 3 chairs & a clothes rack to dry clothes. The bathroom was also quiet spacious with a hand basin, toilet, bath & in bath shower, the shower was fab, so powerful, was lovely!
They cleaned our rooms every second day and gave us fresh towels every second day. The bedding was changed once in the week. There is a safe in the room, if u want to hire this its â¬25 for the week and you get back â¬10 when checking out. We also got a fan (which was fine, we left it on to cool the room during the day when we were out) it's â¬30 for the week & â¬10 deposit also on check out..
The food and drink in the hotel was better than I'd expected (after reading some reviews) you had so much choice for dinner breakfast & lunch.. The snacks during the day were lovely aswell, if you felt peckish especially their pizza!! We were really happy with the food & ate in their 6 days as we went out the last day for my birthday!
The staff are great & so friendly. The supermarket in the hotel has everything you possibly need & are not overly priced! All in all it is a top place to stay, and your so close to everything, beach, pubs, shops, Chinese, restaurants! I will most definitely be returning, hoping this year if not definitely next year for our honeymoon!!
Ignore the bad reviews until you've seen it yourself.. It's a 3star. If you want a 5star then book a 5star. Cause some people must have expected a 5 star when it's only a 3star but an amazing 3star at that.. I'd give it 5 stars! Can't wait to return!!!! More
My partner and I stayed in the Las Pirimades Hotel for a week in April. We booked the holiday with the Budget Travel agency, a week prior to the holiday, and including flights and transfers, an all inclusive package cost us â¬1250.
When we arrived we were shocked to see the general state of the hotel. The outside was old and run down, it was dirty and was in serious need of a makeover. The inside of the hotel didn't appear to be much better. The marble flooring was generally nice, however, there were cracks and discoloration in several areas. The walls appeared to be old and dirty. There were cracks and mould to be seen on the ceilings, in various places, including the restaurant.
Upon checking in, we were greeted by an extremely friendly British woman, who was more than helpful and informative. We were told the maid was still cleaning our room, therefore we could not have access to it yet, however it would be ready shortly. A porter, who did not smile or speak once to us, took our bags and left them in the luggage room. We waited for an hour before my partner decided to go enquire about the room, where we were told it was already ready.
Our room was located on the 3rd floor, and there was 2 elevators along with a staircase leading up to this, none of which were clean. Our room was small and compact, which suited us, as we were not planning on staying in it all day. There was 4 towels and 2 beds, along with a small bathroom and broken wardrobe. The television required money to function, and the wifi was â¬20 per device, for the week. These are 2 services we assumed would be free, especially with the all inclusive package. There was no air conditioning in the room, and the room and balcony were both quite dirty, with the floors and walls looking like they hadn't been washed in months. There was constant noise to be heard in our apartment, between drilling and banging due to work being done, and noisy guests, who caused quite a disturbance in the hotel, with no intervention from the staff whatsoever.
There were 2 swimming pools available to us, one being a kids pool. There was plenty of sunbeds around the pool area, but some could do with being replaced. People would leave their towels and equipment on these sun loungers, unattended, for hours at a time, resulting in a lack of chairs for other guests. The staff saw no problem or injustice with this behaviour.
There are only certain alcoholic beverages that are free as part of the all inclusive package and these were mainly cheap, non branded drinks. The lager was the local San Miguel beer, and it came in a small, plastic cup that you would expect to see at a child's birthday party. The cocktails did not reach the expected standard. For example, a Sex on the Beach cocktail is originally supposed to be made using orange juice, while the hotel makes it using Fanta orange. When we asked the bartender about this, he said that this is how the cocktail is made everywhere, however just around the corner from the hotel, in a fantastic Irish pub called The Chieftain, the Sex on the Beach cocktails are to die for. The white wine left much to be desired, and well known drinks such as Smirnoff Ice needed to be paid for.
The food in the hotel was very disappointing. Breakfast included the makings of a full English, however it did not taste good. Lunch mainly consisted of salad, potato circles and chicken nuggets or fish fingers, however each time they were cold. Dinner was not much better, as it again consisted of salad, meat, chips and chicken nuggets. Snacks in the hotel included hot dogs and pizza, neither of which were tasty. The food was the same every day, with no variety at all.
Staff of the hotel were generally quite rude and off putting, with a few exceptions, like a British blonde lady, a blonde Spanish woman and a Spanish barmaid. The rest of the staff were rude, unpleasant, ignorant, and there was no such thing as "service with a smile".
The hotel is generally in a good location, in that it is only a 5 minute walk from the strip, a 15 minute walk from the beautiful man made beach, a 5 minute bus journey from Siam parque, an hour and a half from Loro parque, not to mention the bus stops for excursions are within walking distance. There are many good bars and restaurants around the area, including the Hard Rock Cafe. There are also several supermarkets to be found in the area. However, there are far too many people trying to sell you their products, and invite you into their restaurants, and one "no" doesn't seem to be enough for them, as they can become quite offended if you do not purchase what they're offering. There are also many prostitutes and pimps around the area, particularly in front of the Las Piramides Hotel, so walking very late at night should be avoided.
Overall, I would give this hotel 2 stars, simply for its location and cheap prices. There are many fun and interesting tourist attractions around the area to occupy people, but the hotel itself is a disappointment.
This hotel is perfect for young people who just want a week in the sun and unlimited alcohol, all at a cheap price. However, in my opinion, it is not suited for couples or young families, and there are far better hotels around Playa de Las Americas that would put it to shame. Having said all of this, you get what you pay for in life, but we certainly will not be returning to the Las Pirimades Hotel! More
Amazing value for money. Excellent food selection at same night & varies every night. Good location 5 -7 mns to beach. Lot of resturants around, definitely not needed if full board.
2 swimming pools.
Overall excellent hotel, exceeded expectations for price paidMore
Some Bits were good others were appauling
This Hotel is not a pretty sight from the outside however when you get in it is nice.
The Staff on the counter were lovely and checked us in immediately and the room was okay other than a few minor problems.
The Food was extremely poor and very poor on choice. The food was tasteless and the same everyday without fail.
In the entire time I was there I only ate there on a few occasions.
The pool was nice other than the amount of stag/hen/birthday parties going on.
We were woken up by the noise every morning at 4/5 and 6 by people running down the hall ways screaming and shouting. Reported it and they just said there was nothing they could of done.
If you want a peaceful hotel this is not for you.
Won't be staying again and won't be recommending to anyone.More