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.
We stayed for a week from the 29th December 2015. Unfortunately we booked late so got a very small room but it was clean and fine for the stay. Hotel facilities are good with a lovely spa which is worth a visit! Hotel staff were very friendly and accommodating and on New Year's Eve they put on a fabulous hot and cold buffet with everything from lobster to steak. After the meal we were treated to a wonderful show, dancing and finally fireworks. The weather was beautiful for every day of our stay and we returned to the UK tanned and thoroughly rested. More
great hotel in great location
it was our first time in this part of tenerife and really pleased with our hotel selection
it was in great location the seafront shops and restaurants all within a few yards of the hotel . the hotel has great entrance and you feel good as soon as you walk in , the hotel is spotlessly clean throughout ,we thought the food was really good with a wide variety to suit everybody's taste,i would recommend this hotel and if we come back to tenerife will defiantly come back here.More
Nice stay at the H10 Conquistador.Â Booked Privalege package so was made a fuss out of at checkin. Sat us down, offered a drink and benefits explained, this whilst our luggage taken to our room. Breakfast in the Italian restaurant was a relaxed way to start the day. Dinning on an evening was also relaxed and dignified. We ate at the Sukura (Chinese)Monday night, tasty food albeit set menu and entertained in the process. Privalege balcony is a lovely spot to chill out. It also included an air conditioned lounge that I feel would be a sanctuary in the summer months.
Always felt like there was a relaxed buzz at the lounge bar on an evening.
Italian restaurant closed Sunday & Monday but still open for breakfasts.
Chinese closed Thursday & Friday.
You have to book into both these restaurants. We found the Italian booked up quickly, we always got a table but at either end of the service hours. Staff encouraged guests to book tables days in advance, I believe this should be monitored with a view to change. You first night your going to be offered 6-30 or 8-30 pm table.
If I was to be picky, I found putting capsules in the coffee machine difficult and the air conditioning had a dripping noise, saved me counting sheep. The lifts could be bigger, peak times was a struggle.
Staff superb, helpful and eager to assist, English spoken very well by all who we came in to contact with.
Again nice break away from the bleak UK weather.
Would I book again, off course.
Receptionist smile as we arrived set the tone. Room 603
Arrived Sunday 7 Feb. Anylese on receptionist immediately sorted our upgrade to privilege. Wonderful manner.She set the benchmark for all the staff who lived up to expectations. Day 3 sun shinning so are the staff. Facilities and food were as offered.
Amazing how you can dance after a Mojihito or two at lunchtime.
We were half board on the privilege package, this was a really enjoyable stay, our check in was speedy and slick, breakfasts were lovely and the Japanese restaurant within the hotel is a must, the meal was delicious, and even though we were half board we only took dinner 3 nights in hotel as we like to go out for meals too, the privilege package was great, we found the staff helpful and approachable, hotel is in a fantastic location, very central, one little gripe.....the lifts, four in all which can get very, very busy at meal times, being British I'm happy to form a queue to wait for a lift but there are a lot of people who seem to think barging through the queue to get on the lift is perfectly acceptable, although very annoying it didn't put me off and I will definitely be returning here very soon.More