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.
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, safety deposit box, 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. You'll also get unlimited access to breakfast and dinner in the Italian restaurant and dinner at the Japanese à la carte restaurant..
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.
a lovely hotel very clean food good with lots of choice. Rooms comfortable and staff friendly. Stayed half board and could switch between lunch and evening meal allowing eating out if wished.
All purchases around the bar can be signed for and charged to the room.
Tea and coffee making facilities in the room but be nice.
All the best rooms over look the pool and sea however there is entertainment each night on a stage in the pool area that does not finish until 11.30 ish so quite early nights or a pleasant chill out on the balcony is not really possible.More
Just home and thought I'd get review done straight away. Arrived at 19.00 hours, beautiful reception area, very bright & clean, check in was swift and friendly enough, we had luggage taken up to the room. Stayed on 5th floor over looking main entrance and busy road, looking left views were of the sea & Costa Adeje. Room felt small but we had a single bed in there too, totally adequate for what we needed, nice decor though and we slept very well.
Restaurant, breakfast was typical of a buffet style and was the only meal I enjoyed. Lunch, we used the pool snack bar and buffet, lots to choose from. Dinner I only ate there twice in the week I'm not fussy but nothing caught my appetite so we ate out. Men do have to wear trousers if eating at Italian or Japanese restaurant but are ok to wear smart shorts in main restaurant. On the Friday it was the White Party and you were encouraged to join in by wearing white, my partner only had a white vest top to wear, when we went to have dinner he was almost turned away for wearing no sleeves!! We explained that he was wearing the only white top he had and the lady found the restaurant manager to ask if we could eat in there, he said it was ok for this once, I'd lost my appetite by that time sadly because it's not exactly the Ritz!
Poolside..Lifeguards? No they should be called Towelguards, your belongings are taken after half an hour if you leave the beds unattended and go for lunch or join in an activity, but it does work !! We never had a problem finding a lounger because you just aren't allowed to reserve them. Pool bar is fine, sometimes you had to que but not for long and the staff were friendly and efficient. No inflatables in pool of any kind, no bats with balls no nothing, think it's maybe because this hotel is geared more for adults and older children although lots of toddlers.
Last day AL wrist band cut off at checkout at 12.00, we were invited to have "free lunch & drink" in restaurant only, transfer was at 17.00 so we had to go buy water throughout afternoon as Conquistador run a cashless hotel and you can't buy drinks & food unless you open a debit/credit tab.
I did enjoy my holiday I'm just not sure if I'd return to the Conquistador even though I have no particular reason I'm still undecided.
Fab holiday at the Conquistador!
I spent a week at the Conquistador with a friend at the end of August. We were just looking for a week to relax and not much more and having heard good reviews about the Conquistador, we decided to stay half board for a week. This was my third trip to Playa de las Americas so I knew whereabouts the hotel was compared to shops, supermarkets etc. It was an absolutely fab holiday in a lovely hotel!
Check in was very quick and well explained and we were given a sea view room on the 7th floor, which was very quiet on a night once the entertainment had finished around 11:30. The room was a little on the small side but the beds were comfy and were exactly what we needed. The rooms were clean and modern.
The breakfast buffet was great - fresh fruit, cooked breakfast, fresh crepes - loads of choice! If you're half board they give the option to change dinner for lunch which was great for us as we wanted to eat out a couple of nights. Lunch and dinner buffets were also great with a lot of variety.
The pool area was clean and there are plenty of sunbeds for everybody. Thing to watch out for though is if you leave your sunbeds - the lifeguard will remove towels and belongings after half an hour.
The area surrounding the hotel is great. We walked to the main shopping centre/bars/restaurants every night as the atmosphere is great and it is so close (5 min walk). The beach is also a very short walk away. Will definitely be returning to this resort in the future!More
Emmalouise93, Harrogate, United Kingdom
We paid a lot of money for this holiday and weren't overly impressed. Upon arrival the interior of the hotel was stunning, check in was quick however the receptionist rushed through all the information and after a day's travelling it was a lot to take in. We were told our baggage would be taken to our room however after a while with still no luggage we had to return to reception to ask for it. Our room was small but functional. The frosted swinging bathroom door offers little privacy even for a married couple. The food was just ok, we had to eat out at times which is unusual for us as we aren't fussy eaters. We felt the hotel catered for Russian, Italian and German tourists more than English/Irish tourists. We had no problem getting pool loungers during the day. The hotel staff weren't overly friendly and weren't interacting with guests much. We weren't able to keep our room on for late check out even though I wasn't feeling great. We were offered a courtesy room for 30 minutes to get showered, the room was full of wet towels lying in a huge pile and peoples empty toiletries lying everywhere. The bath/sink hadn't been cleaned either and was full of hairs. The floor was soaking wet. The people who used the room before us exceeded their time slot by 15 minutes meaning we had to rush to make our pick up. Upon handing back the courtesy key and leaving the hotel the gentleman at reception barely lifted his head from the computer and didn't once thank us or wish us a safe trip home. We won't be back again.More