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.
Styled in light colours and modern, wooden furnishings, these junior suites come with a balcony, offering that extra space outside. They also include a lounge area, twin bedroom, air-conditioning, an extra bed, and a child's bed.
My boyfriend and I spent our first holiday abroad together in this hotel. We thoroughly enjoyed our holiday so i shall break down the pros and cons.
- Very friendly and helpful staff at reception, restaurants and bar
- Rooms are spotlessly cleaned, towels are changed regularly and the maids are very friendly despite the language barrier.
- The food is delicious and there are lots of choices of fresh fish, carved meats,etc. Different themed nights as well. I am a fussy eater and i ate very well. Though how it is displayed could be more organised
- Location is fantastic, right on the beach, nice walks into Playa de las amercias, Playa de la vista and Los Cristianos. Also very cheap taxi rides to lots of different shopping outlets. Close to Siam Park and there are lots of places to book
excursions that are very reasonable priced. MUST SEE MUSIC HALL TAVERN
- The entertainment was very good, water polo, traditional spanish dancers, pool,
table tennis, etc, during the day and great night time entertainment, we were very
impressed with the beijing acrobats.
- Excellent for people with mobility problems, there are ramps and lifts and a chair lift
There are lots of complaints on here about the lifts, yes they were a little slow but nothing to really complain about.
The wifi was not bad depending on where you are, we were in room 352 on the 3rd floor and it wasnt too bad but by the pool and reception it was excellent.
It was quite a busy hotel, people did go down to the sun loungers really early in the morning but there are plenty of loungers to go round. We never had a problem getting one. The life guards was fine while we were there.
The only thing that did put a dampener on our holiday was the bed. The bed was just two single beds pushed together. The slightest movement would cause the bed to slide apart and you would end up on either side of the room. Also one mattress was really hard and the other quite soft and they were not level with each other. We did speak to the staff at reception and they addressed the issue by putting a small fitted sheet on the mattresses to keep them together but that's all. We ended up tying the bed legs together. They did say that once a double room became available that they would offer it to us but nothing come of that offer. It wasn't ideal and we should have gone back to reception but we didn't, so thats our fault.
Would i return to this hotel? Definitely but i would ensure that we had a proper double bed. If the bed was a proper double and comfortable, this would be 10/10 review.More
MimeHenDo_Ladies, Wales, United Kingdom
Everything and everyone excelled to make week stay an enthralling experience. All staff friendly and polite with plenty of eating choices. Would highly recommend this hotel to family and friends and will return in the near future.More
Peter W, Girvan, United Kingdom
Excellent experience in the best hotel we have stayed in, to date in Las Americas. Good food,great staff, and a well positioned location. A very well organised operation takes place every day catering for the Guests. Clean and fresh feeling, but also a relaxing environment.More
Stayed for 1 week just returning home. Hotel was all we needed and more. Upgraded to privilege on arrival and even though the privilege terrace and lounge are not really our style it was worth every penny for the extra services. This includes premium brand drinks at any time.
I had been concerned from reading previous reviews about the security aspect of the rooms. However, we had a safe and had no issues here. The staff are amazing. Always happy smiling and seem to really enjoy their work. We also had no issues with the reception service.
I wish I was as happy at work as they seem to be.
The entertainment wasn't to our taste but we were on holiday and made the best of it.
I used the spa on two occasions. The service and facilities were lovely. A time to chill.
Our room service was amazing. Clean towels twice a day, free mini bar and free pool towels and safe oh and chocolate on the pillow every night!
The buffet restaurant was fine. A bit busy at times but I can't understand how reviewers have said it's repetitive. We found the theme nights gave plenty of variety and even with my partners fussy taste he ate well every day. With snacks available all day at the pool bar I was never hungry. In fact it got to the point where we couldn't have eaten another thing.
The al a carte breakfast was to die for and overall the food was really good.
We only went to the Italian restaurant once but again the service and food were excellent.
Can't find any fault with this hotel or the staff and will be returning as soon as possible. Thank you for a great stay see you again soon. Right now I'm off to start my diet ð
Mandy318, Telford, United Kingdom
Already booked our second stay!
We booked an all inclusive package for 8 nights at Conquistador and apart from the WiFi playing up sometimes, we really couldn't find any bad points.
Agreed that the food can get a bit repetitive if you are there for longer than a week however there is plenty of choice so you just have to be a bit creative.
The all inclusive element means it was stress free and also saved on thinking about which restaurant we would be eating at every night. The surrounding area is very nice to explore and so close to the sea, many shops and bars along the strip so you won't get bored during the evenings.
We were given a very nice sea view room on the 4th floor but as this wasn't ready when we arrived we were given our wristbands and told to wait at the bar with a drink whilst our room was prepared for us. The rooms are of a nice standard and decorated simply. The gripe I had was the fact there weren't many plug points which were accessible, luckily we always travel with extension cables so this wasn't too much of an issue.
The Japanese restaurant is a must as well as the coffee shop.
The only sad thing is the fact people race to the pool to grab sun beds and don't leave any for those who actually enjoy being on holiday and want to relax and not wake up at silly o clock for a sun bed.
We have booked again for 10 days in June 2016 but decided to treat ourselves to Privilege. Can't wait!More