Las Piramides Resort  

Thanks to its spot only a short walk from Playa de las Americas, Las Piramides Resort is a hard-to-beat base.

This place is smart and modern. 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.

From the hotel’s front doors, it’s less than a 15-minute walk to the bars, restaurants and nightclubs of Playa de las Americas. The sandy beach is the same distance away, too.

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    3 Key
  • 2Buildings
  • 4Floors
  • 366Rooms
  • 6Lifts


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Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Self Catering

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

All Inclusive

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.

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2 outdoor pools

There are two pools to choose from, both with sunny sunbathing spots, showers and sunloungers.

Buffet restaurant*

For breakfast, lunch and dinner with show cooking stations so you can watch your favourite dishes being cooked right in front of you.

Pool bar*

The pool bar serves up all kinds of drinks as well and snacks, ice-cream and lunch.

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studio with balcony

These light and airy studios come with a balcony for that bit of extra space. They have a twin bedroom, a kitchenette and a lounge area. And there's a TV included.

1 bedroom apartment

These light and spacious apartments come with a balcony for that bit of fresh air. They have a twin bedroom, a kitchenette and a lounge area with a sofa-bed. And there's a TV included.

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An honest review!

Me and my friend have just returned from 10 days at las piramides. We are 25 and 27. After reading quite a few bad reviews I was worried, but I am more than happy with our stay at this hotel. Yes the hotel itself is slightly dated, but it's functional. You don't get air-con in the rooms but we were on the second floor so we're able to leave our balcony door open and it was quite cool in the evenings so found that we didn't even need it. Heard a few people talking about having their things stolen whilst we were there. I think they all stayed on the ground floor and left their doors open and I think outsiders came and took their stuff rather than it being the maids or people staying in the hotel. Towels were changed a couple of times on our stay, shower was decent and there was a fridge. We also didn't use the wifi (if you venture out of the hotel most bars etc have free wifi which you can use). I thought the food was really good! Not really sure what people are moaning about. A huge range of different meats over the course of our stay, always salad, potatoes, pasta, rice, chips etc. Breakfast had pastries, sausages, bacon, pancakes, eggs, tomatoes etc. Definitely enough for kids to eat! We never went hungry and the all inclusive has snacks before and after lunch of pizza, sandwiches and hotdogs. All inclusive cocktails are barely alcoholic and the wine was like vinegar but the San Miguel is good so I was happy. There's also ice cream on the AI! Yes it is slightly annoying to have to line up before 9 to get a sunbed, not enough to ruin my holiday though. It is annoying though when people put their towels down and then bugger off for hours! The lifeguard is really good at helping people find sunbeds and also moving towels that have been left for a long time. There are 3 pools, the main one, the baby one round the corner and a third one which is away from the busy-ness but they don't make it clear its part of the hotel as it looks like a different one! The hotel is lively. On our last day we noticed a lot more groups of young people that had arrived. They were doing a lot of drinking, shouting, swearing around the pool so I'm not sure how suitable this holiday is for little ones. We didn't spend many days at the hotel so we didn't have to put up with it much but we did get woken up most nights from people coming back to the hotel shouting and screaming. Again, not enough to ruin my holiday but definitely slightly annoying. Heard some bad things about the bar crawls that the reps organised. We didn't go but some people said that the reps were getting some quite young people to do some inappropriate things. Just a heads up. Also, excursions and things through the reps are more expensive than if you get them out and about so don't believe them when they say they are the cheapest! 😂 The strip - personally we thought it was very sleazy. Can't walk two steps without getting harassed to go into their bar and if you say no they shout abuse at you. Also heard a girl had her drink spiked and lots of people having their phones nicked. Hold onto your bags! Most drinks are rubbish alcohol, not the 'top shelf' like they all promise. If you go on the other side of the strip where the beach is, there's some really nice bars (Papa Gayo, Coco Beach etc) which were more to our taste (maybe I'm just getting old). Nice sangria, cocktails, shisha's etc. We also went to Kaluna Beach club for a couple of our days. An all day venue with an infinity pool, sunbeds, good food and music. Definitely worth checking out. They say it's over 21's to keep the riff raff out but id's were not checked. The nearest beach to the hotel is a black sand beach. Sunbeds are €5 for the day and I enjoyed getting away from the hotel for some time. We also went to the beach up by Kaluna Beach/ the port, a bit of a walk away but they have big inflatables a bit like total wipeout and it's white sand too. We went on the Eden catamaran. It was AMAZING! Small boat, spotted loads of dolphins and 2 whales! 3 hour trip for €24 per person. We got our deal from one of the stalls on the way down to Kaluna one day! Siam park is a must. We only managed to get on everything once as it was busy. Had to queue for some things for an hour. You can buy a fast pass for an extra €15 but it only gets you on every ride once with your fast pass. The wave pool is ridiculously good, best I've ever been on! We paid £650 for 10 days all inclusive at the hotel. You get what you pay for. This is a 3 start hotel so don't go thinking it's any more than that. I had a good time and I hope this review helps you!More

Lisa B,

Can't really complain

Spent a week at hotel all inclusive. Read the reviews and were very dubious!! When we first arrived it was around 9pm and there were quite a few drunken people on reception making a noise but they soon dispersed. Check in was easy and reception was friendly. Drinks were decent enough. Towards the end of all inclusive at 10.30 there tends to be a little queuing to get the last drinks but the bar staff work really fast and never queued for more than 3 or 4 minutes. Main pool was very noisy and busy- lucky to get a seat or lounger. Luckily we found a quieter pool around the back . Also has its on bar which is open 12-4. Much better and was able to get a lounger every day-this pool was much more family friendly. We stayed in a separate block of rooms through a gate on other side of hotel which was quiet at night. Our friends we not so lucky - had a room right above the pool and had a lot of noise day and night- people shouting and other night time activities. The room was very basic but clean Bars on Windows was a bit off putting but felt bit safer locking balcony bars at night when leaving hotel and leaving door open for some air (no air con). Did have a few cockroaches but Tenerife is notorious for cockroaches and we did leave balcony open at night so expected it! Food was fairly good. Nothing to write home about but decent choice. Location is excellent. For the price we paid wasn't bad at all!!! Not sure if I would like to go as a family with children as it can get a bit rowdy. More

Nathan186459, 186459

Great hotel, friendly and helpful staff, fantastic food!

Great hotel, clean rooms (no air-con the only drawback), huge balcony with our own sunbeds and table and chairs. The food is fantastic, very good value for money and the restaurant staff is very helpful and courteous. The bar offers you a great range of drinks and the service is quite fast. The swimming pools are very clean and there is a daily aquarobics lesson in the main pool with a fantastic teacher who motivates you and she is such great fun!. She also provides other type of entertainment, all very good. The lifeguard is extremelly helpful and friendly, always finding sunbeds for people who needed them and making sure the pool area is clean at all times. The hotel is centrally located with a range of shops, bars,and restaurants and the beach is within walking distance. I would definitely return, thank you Las Piramides!More

1aurora66, 186338

Below Average

My partner and I stayed in this hotel in the middle of July. It's the worst hotel we've ever stayed in. First impressions were that staff at reception were very unhelpful and quite dismissive. The room was very clean and kept tidy by cleaners every day, although the lack of air con and having to pay for the tv brought the standard down. We had to leave out balcony door open every night to cope with the heat which meant we had to listen to at least 3 other hotel room's party's. At no point were noisy guests told to be quiet. The food was BORING and tasteless-except for breakfast. The alcohol was terrible coming from someone who isn't afraid to drink anything. We managed to get sun beds every day, as long as you get up about 15 minutes before 9 you're pretty much guaranteed to get some. The only people from my experience who didn't get any were people who woke up late. Other than lounging by the pool we didn't want to spend any time in the hotel-it was always hot, loud and unappealing. Playa de Las America is a beautiful place to stay but don't ruin it by coming to this hotel.More

Elise P,

No Pool!!!

This hotel overall is really good value for money. The massive let down is the pool area!! If you are looking for a relaxing pool sitting round the hotel pool DO NOT COME TO THOS HOTEL!! The room was perfect the all inclusive food for breakfast & dinner was value for money but due to the fact they have three times as many people to sun beds in the whole week we were here we were never able to get a sun bed by the pool. We ended up going to the beach every day for a week and paying €5 a day for a sun bed! The only way to obtain a sun bed by the pool was to get up at 8am and que for nearly an hour until the hotel open the door to the pool area then everyone runs to get the sun bed they want! Complete madness!! More

Happy3011, 186338

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Las Piramides Resort
Rated: 3.0 /5 based on 2340 customer reviews
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