Locations don’t get much better than this. Set in tropical gardens just across the boardwalk from Playa de las Americas the Hotel H10 Conquistador offers up widescreen views of the sea. It’s also just a stone’s throw from the town centre, so there are plenty of bars, shops and restaurants on the doorstep.
In terms of size, the hotel itself is positively palatial. And style-wise, it’s the epitome of understated elegance. The lobby for example is a huge marble space dressed with low-slung chocolate brown sofas and red velvet banquettes.
As for the bedrooms, they’re classical spaces with marble floors and floor-to-ceiling windows. Extras like satellite TVs and balconies come as standard. You can also upgrade to a junior suite, where style is taken to a more high-fashion level.
A lot of thought has gone into the restaurants, too. In the main buffet venue, they've kept things simple with serve-yourself stations. Over by the pool, meanwhile, there’s an à la carte restaurant.
Talking of the pool area, it's the lagoon-style swimming pools that steal the show here. Stretching along the seafront, they’re accessorised with waterfalls, submerged Roman steps, an island and bridges. And if you really want to relax, the state-of-the-art Despacio Thalasso Conquistador is on hand for spa treatments, saunas and water therapies.
Based on 1808 reviews
- Official Rating
Unbeatable value holidays
- Wide range of destinations
- Opt-in extras like transfers
- Fantastic value for money
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
Facilities► View all
Sunbeds, mattresses and pool towels.
Offering breakfast and dinner with an outdoor smoking area and different themed sections such as Spanish, Italian, Mexican, Chinese. Highchairs are available on request.
With outdoor shows such as parrot shows, salsa shows, an Abba tribute and an Amy Winehouse tribute, African dancers, a snake show, Brazil dancers, tango demonstrations and a Barry White tribute. There's plenty to keep everyone entertained. It's held by the pool from June to September.
Rooms ► View all
Twin room sleeps up to 3 with 2 single beds and a camp-bed. Includes a TV with limited English channels and a minibar on request. If room is fully occupied there is no cot space. Room service is available 24-hours.
twin room with limited view
Twin room with limited sea view sleeps 2 with a TV with limited English channels and a minibar on request.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
Great location for a quiet winter break
We stayed here in March as a couple and it was hard to find fault (not that I wanted to !) . The hotel is right on a long promenade out the back, and if you go out the front you are 2 minutes away from numerous bars and shops. We stayed all inclusive, I heard people say half board and pay for all your drinks was cheaper but I liked the convenience of have what you want , when you want it. The rooms were clean , and the wifi worked , although I found it a bit ridiculous that you could only have one wifi code per room which meant only one of you could use it at any one time. I don't go on holiday to be on the internet all the time but hey get in the modern world...if your system cant handle 2 codes per room then upgrade it ! That minor moan aside, everything else was great . The choice of food at all sittings was more than enough and we particularly liked the buffet around the pool which meant you didn't have to get changed before eating . Those who really like a drink would be pleased to know that with the all inclusive package you could have a bottle of wine (or 2) at your table lunch and evening. We took the water , saving the drinking session till after dinner . The entertainment was good, its biggest downfall was the clientele . Being March they were generally older, and as soon as the main caberet (which was always good) had finished they got up in mass and trooped off to bed leaving the DJ playing to 5 or 6 people. I'm no spring chicken but it would have been nice to see a few more stay up till midnight and have a bit of fun. Drinks were of a good quality with the named brands being included in the all inclusive package. All in all a brilliant little week away from the UK winter and I'd definitely consider going back againMore
Bazthehammer, London, United Kingdom
Excellent food, excellent atmosphere... Fantastic getaway
I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights, 4 days over the Easter weekend and it ticked all the boxes. The food, atmosphere, staff and service was excellent. Highly recommend gor age group ... couples, families with young children etc. Will definitely be returning here and I cannot wait.More
Kelly U, London, United Kingdom
Excellent food, excellent hotel, great staff (except at Reception)
Just got back from a wonderful Easter break. Hotel was fabulous all-in-all, we absolutely all loved it. We upgraded to Privilege as soon as we arrived and would definitely say it was worth it. Hotel rooms - immacutely clean, very modern bathrooms. Daily cleaning was fantastic. Food - main restuarant dining was impressive. Staff were very helpful and welcoming and the food was varied and generally high quality. Mike's Coffee bar was excellent (Pedro was particularly welcoming and helplful). 'La Vita y bella' restaurant was EXCELLENT for breakfast and evening meals - service was excellent and the menus were fantastic. Pool area - due to the Privilege upgrade, we were able to use the superior bathing areas, gorgeous and comfortable beds, lots of availability and peaceful. Reception - this was the only area of the hotel that I was disappointed by. When we tried to check out they were rude, unhelpful and we felt as though our holiday had abruptly ended. Reception staff need to take a leaf from the Restaurant staff's book. All in all, a great experienceMore
Suzanne S, Manchester, United Kingdom
All inclusive finishes at 12.00pm
After a brilliant holiday with an upgrade to a junior suite and a great choice of tasty food. I was shocked to find after booking all inclusive with First Choice that it finished at mid day even though I was not leaving the hotel for another 6 hours. Reception were very rude when I queried this and laughed aloud in my face when I asked to keep the all inclusive band.. They then said we could have lunch but would have to pay for drinks.. This proved difficult the rest of the day because we had no room card to charge the drinks to. After speaking to other guests we were told First Choice were sorting this out with the hotel. Hope they do.More
Not for me
We stayed in this hotel with my family and had three rooms booked, it was nice that the staff arranged us rooms from the same corridor. Rooms were fine and my parent's sea view with very big balcony was amazing. Checking in (and dealing with any other matter) was slow and felt like reception could have had more staff than two persons at the time. Wifi system was awful and sometimes didn't work at all.. Breakfast was awesome but lunch and dinner were disappointments. We had dinner there one evening and waiters were so busy they hardly could show us to the table, we just stood there waiting looking stupid. Food was often the same kind and I didn't find it delicious.. Some of the waiters were rude and they didn't seem to like their jobs. Poolarea was too small for all the guests and it led to reserving sunbeds eventhough the hotel reminded that it is forbidden. People just ran from the breakfast to get the towels and get their sunbeds so they could sit and wait for the sun to rise. The area opened at 9am and by that time it was almost too late to get a sunbed, except from the shadow. Overall felt too crowded and restless. What I couldn't understand was that when I wanted a clean towel (pool) I had to pay of that too.. Cleaners were nice and they always greeted. This one time though it seemed like they tried to hide my things to the room if I'd forget them there.. It would be nice if things are put back in place if moved something while cleaning. Elevators were slow and often out of order.. For some reason many families with small children chose this hotel so if you're not a great fan of small noisy children who splashes water on you in the pool area, avoid. We've all travelled much and stayed in four-star hotels but this felt quite average in comparison and felt like there's some improving to do in every area. I'm a little disappointed and I don't think I'm going to stay here again.More
Emma H, Kotka, Finland
Things To Do View all »
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
Prices displayed in the 'top places to stay' section are the lowest prices available departing within the next 365 days. All offers are subject to very limited availability.
All prices shown are updated once every morning and therefore could change at any time during the day. All prices shown are per person and are based on 2 adults sharing unless otherwise stated. When selecting an offer you will be asked to enter in the number of adults and children travelling, the applicable price will then be displayed based on your chosen party size.
All offers are subject to availability. Thomson reserves the right to withdraw these offers at any time and without notice. For full booking terms and conditions please click here