Everything is done with style at the Hotel H10 Conquistador. You’ve got a lagoon-like pool, flowering palm gardens, and sleek interiors.
This hotel is set in tropical gardens just across the boardwalk from Playa de las Americas. It means you get widescreen views of the sea, and you’re only ever a stone’s throw from the town centre.
Style-wise, the hotel is modern and elegant. The lobby is all white and marble, and is finished with swish, oversized ottoman seats. Rooms are styled in contemporary colours like off-white, cocoa, and olive green.
These spacious, superior twin rooms come with garden view and a balcony for some extra space outside. They also include air-conditioning, bath and shower, Wi-Fi*, an audio dock, bathrobes and slippers, and a TV.
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Returned to H10 Conquistador for a week in May. We stayed Privileged all inclusive and again didn't disappoint, private check in by the lovely Francesca went smooth our rooms allocated as requested on the 6th floor, rooms maintained to a good standard with free mini bar. We took our breakfast daily in the italian restaurant where you are served your choice from a menu, the service was quite slow and you are often sat for an hour. If you arent in a rush it is a very relaxing breakfast but if you have somewhere to be maybe the buffet would be a quicker option.All evening meals were arranged prior to our arrival at the times requested. We ate at the italian 5 nights of our stay and the teppinyaki on 1 evening. The Italian has a varied selection although the menu was the same as last year and this would be nice if there was some little changes. Food was a very high standard and we left every evening feeling full. As we were privileged we tried some good wines the lambrusco rosso my favourite. The teppinyaki is a set menu with about 8 courses again a lovely evening and the food scrumscious all cooked on a hot plate by talented chefs. After our meals we had a short stroll and then most of our evenings were spent sitting at the bar having conversations with some lovely people some of which had stayed in the hotel over 50 times. This proves the hotels value and service is very good as many of its guest are repeat visitors. We spoke to people of varying nationalities, everyone so friendly. The staff again many of which have worked at the hotel for many years are all so lovely, friendly and certainly seem very happy. Pedro Moro was fantastic his drink making skills are brilliant. He often shared his knowledge of drinks and spoke of his family and his enjoyment of his job. Rodolfo another lovely man who spent time chatting, singing and making a special effort to speak with us. The staff in the restaurants again were lovely Davina and all the waitresses and waiters all making sure we had everything we needed. Our days were mainly spent on the privilege island at the pool and then once the sun hit the privileged terrace on floor 6 up we went for a few drinks and to relax in the sun. The self serve lounge is a lovely area where you drink whatever you want and also varied snacks, fresh fruit and cakes are available. With regards the privileged area at the pool i personally think it would benefit with access to the water steps as currently you have to go on and off the island via a bridge to access to pool. This is using a card for access so it can prove a little difficult. Overall we had a fantastic holiday and will definitely be returning for a third visit hopefully next year.
Thank you to all the Staff we had a great time. More
First family trip abroad so we were a little nervous about the whole holiday, but we really didn't need to be as this hotel made our holiday such a brilliant and relaxing experience. On arrival we were greeted with champagne and welcoming staff. Junior room 108 was magnificent, all amenities needed were provided (ie hairdryer, safe, coathangers, loads of toilet roll) beds comfortable and a superb balcony with pool and sea views. We have never done all inclusive before, will definately be doing this again as the hotel made it so simple and the choice was unbelievably good. Room was cleaned every day with the personal touch added. Tried all three restaurants and the service and food was so good. The hotel was so clean and decor superb. It was my 50th Birthday celebration and i received a bottle of champagne and a card from the hotel, such a lovely thought and so appreciated. Pool and bar pool was fantastic. One disappointment was some of the evening entertainment as only three of the seven nights were what i thought to be professional, however being outside was very enjoyable. Would i stay at this hotel again.... definately yes. Thankyou so much to all the staff at the H10 conquistador for a very enjoyable and relaxing holiday xxMore
Lovely hotel, food average
Stayed here for a week to celebrate our mums 80th birthday. Lovely piano bar, very relaxing. Large pool area but sun beds packed in like sardines! Not much room for manoeuvre. Food is average and very repetitive. Breakfast about best meal of day. Good drinks. Most staff lovely. A couple are in the wrong job! Overall enjoyable holiday More
Hotel is around 30 minutes transfer from the airport, so not too far.
The hotel looks out onto the promenade with a 10 minute walk to the beaches, of which the access is via a gate in the hotel grounds. A lovely promenade with great views, with a few bars and small restaurants.
Good area in general, plenty of bars, restaurants and shopping areas within a short walk of the hotel. Quite an upmarket area.
The hotel itself is very welcoming. The reception area is well manned, very polite and helpful.
Clean and comfortable room, extremely quiet at night (which is what we requested). Hairdryer, clean towels and maid service as you require.
The food............oh my word!!!!!! Fabulous! Everything you could imagine, freshly made whilst you wait, things like pancakes, stir fry and spaghetti bolognese!!! Desserts galore, whats not to like?!!
The day and night entertainment was above average I would say, with a decent variety. We joined in with the water aerobics etc. Just to say though... even if you're fully inclusive there is a charge of 12 euros per day for the gym and also the spa facilities!
There were plenty of comfortable sun beds (May), one of the pools is heated, which was fabulously warm, and a bar doing food at lunch with very reasonable prices.
Just to add that no cash is accepted for drinks or food. A card is given to you at the beginning of your stay (not if you are fully inclusive) and you're given receipts each time you buy and a bill to pay on departure. This wasn't as bad as we thought, we kept a tally while we were there. FREE Wi-Fi in the rooms, reception area and even reached outside to the pool area!! I have no complaints, enjoyed all aspects, book with confidence its great!!!More
Helen M, 187048
Stayed at the conquistador with my two grown up daughters for 10 days and had a fabulous time. The food was plenty and varied so there was no need to eat out. Hotel location is brilliant right next to the beach the shops and various restaurants. Although the pool area was quite large with loads of sunbeds people still tried the old get my towel out early trick. However that didn't work at this hotel because they are very strict about leaving your sunbed unattended before 9am and for longer than an hour after 9am. I saw the towel police remove many towels and it was really funny watching people come back and look confused when their sunbed was occupied by someone else. Evening entertainment by the pool was excellent and was always well attended which added to the atmosphere. The most important thing to mention here was the wonderful staff. They were all absolutely amazing so friendly and helpful that nothing was too much trouble. I cant wait to visit again. Great hotel folks.More