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.
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Main outdoor pool
A good size pool surrounded by a sun terrace with plenty of sunbeds and parasols. Pool towels can also be provided.
Breakfast and dinner are served here with an outdoor smoking area. This place offers different themed sections such as Spanish, Italian, Mexican and Chinese. Highchairs are available on request.
A variety of outdoor shows such as animal shows, tribute acts, Brazilian and African dancers along with tango demonstrations will keep everyone entertained. It's held by the pool spring to autumn.
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privilege twin room with limited view
Privilege twin room with limited sea view sleeps 2 with a TV with limited English channels and a minibar, with drinks stocked on request and Privilege benefits including personalised check-in and check-out, late check-out subject to availability, porterage, bathrobes, slippers, special welcome gift, Nespresso coffee machine. iPod base, adaptor for iPhone and MP3, pillow menu, entry to Despacio Thalasso Centre and special discounts on their treatments, pool towels, plus access to the exclusive Privilege Lounge with free bar, daily press, TV and internet and access to the Privilege solarium in the pool area with Balinese sunbeds.
Modern and stylish the twin rooms have limited space. They can sleep up to three or can be sold as a single. All have a TV with limited English channels, a minibar stocked with drinks on request and a balcony.
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This is our 4th stay with you and once again it was fantastic to match the weather. Hotel, staff and facilities are excellent and really appreciated being able to keep our room on. Many thanks and see you at Easter.More
Bernie C, Manchester, United Kingdom
A great stay
We stayed at this hotel mid January and the weather was perfect. Check in was speedy and we didn't have to check out until midday.our room was very clean and tidy and the maid came daily.Food was varied and plentiful and all members of staff were polite and friendly and very hard working. we stayed all inclusive and branded drinks were available so not just local produce.Everthing was within walking distance and we did two trips out, which we booked at the hotel, one up the mountain and one whale watching which were great value for money. We would no hesitate to recommend this hotel and we would go again, a really nice winter break.More
Two different hotels!
The title of this review reflects the difference between a standard experience and taking the Privilege Package. We chose Half Board Privilege. The Privilege Package gave us dedicated check in which was excellent. A personal explanation of the services, whilst enjoying a complimentary drink and bags were taken to the room. The room was well appointed but small compared with previous hotels. However, the balcony was a decent size and enjoyed an excellent view of the pool area and sea beyond. We were on the 6th floor (privilege rooms only on 6, 7 & 8). The 6th floor also contained the dedicated Privilege Lounge / Terrace, which was an excellent facility. The Lounge had a full range of complimentary premium drinks with various snacks throughout the day. There really is no need to go All Inclusive with this package. The terrace was a good size and stretched along about half the 6th floor. The only downside was it's orientation ..only a small portion received sun during the morning. However, it was no significant issue unless you are serious sun worshippers. Obviously, you could use the general pool area and there is even a small dedicated Privilege area there ...but for everyone else, it was very crowded. Folks looked pretty packed in. Privilege clients could take breakfast in the A LA Carte Restaurant every day and evening meals also (open 5 days / week) but it had to be booked for the evening meals. The food here was excellent but a limited evening menu meant 3 or 4 visits would see you having to repeat. We took some breakfasts and evening meals in the Buffet Restaurant and this was a totally different experience. It is a huge area, with the various food islands scattered throughout ...so there was a lot of milling around involved with the meal. Breakfast was OK if you just wanted to be in and out quickly with something light. Coffee was via machine but a good flavour and piping hot so we preferred this to pots on the table. Evening meals there were not a good experience due to the hustle, bustle and clatter with tables close together but the food was good ...just once we struggled to find anything we liked. We were entitled to access the Spa, which we visited once. It is a nice facility but all bubbles and fountains ..the pool was no use for swimming ...so horses for courses. Entertainment consisted of a Piano Bar individual singer with backing tracks or the usual rotating hotel acts in the theatre. The theatre area was a decent facility with it's own bar. So ....two hotels. I would say 3.5 star or 4.5 star, depending on Privilege or not. The outstanding element for us was the service level. The staff were superb and genuinely friendly. We were there for Valentines day and the staff put on a grand show with a special Valentines Dinner in the A La Carte. It cost an extra â¬20 each but was well worth it.More
DABX, Whitwick, United Kingdom
Great winter break
3 night stay in February and fantastic weather all 3 nights. Check in and out both speedy for us. Privilege was great and we thought worth the money although disappointing that the a la carte restaurant was closed for dinner on 2 of our 3 nights, Sunday and Monday. it would have been useful to have been informed of this. However the night we ate in the a la carte was fantastic - best food we have had on holiday. The 'extras' for privilege are include free drinks in the lounge on 6th floor, but it would be nice to have access to a small bar service on the ground floor during the day. Mirela was so helpful and nothing was too much trouble. All the staff were so friendly and helpful. We will book again.More
I stayed here with my family in May 2014 Location is fantastic! Right out the back of the hotel is the promenade Rooms were spotless Reception was amazing and I was given lots of useful information for our week The food was fantastic I took my five year old daughter here but she felt it was "too quiet and not enough other kids" The pool was lovely although due to Sunbed hoggers who were not even there I couldn't sit down while I supervised my daughter in the childrens pool but this was rectified when I complained to the life guard I also felt that due to there being so few other young children I had to limit my daughters excitable chat (she wasn't being too loud either) in the pool due to several head shakes amoung the older clientele All in all a lovely hotel but not enough kiddies/ kiddies activites in May for us to return More
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