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 and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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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.
Evening entertainment in summer
A variety of outdoor shows such as tribute acts, flamenco dancers and salsa demonstrations. Held by the pool in summer.
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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, 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.
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still at this hotel sad to be leaving tmoro. all staff are brilliant. hotel is spotless. absolutely loved it. special mention for maria in restaurant and mario and luis in the outside bar so funny. hotel is close to everything. will definitely return. everything brill. hope to see you guys again xMore
We booked all inclusive (yellow). the conquistadors has different levels of all inclusive black being the top yellow the bottom. Positives: Very clear Food good Location excellent Wifi free in public areas Reception staff very friendly Japanese and Italian restaurant are a must. Negatives Only 1 bottle of water which you need to refill at the public bar. Sunbed towels 1 euro to change Tea and coffee only at breakfast Day time drinks service very slow Lifts just forget and use the stairs We paid Â£3000.00 with Thomas Cook for 14 nights although it's not worth this we did enjoy are stay. More
Beautiful hotel, average service
This is a beautiful and clean hotel, but unfortunately some small things made the experience not so perfect for us. First of all there's the elevators... You have to wait too long for them and if you're lucky you end up in the one that talks constantly. I still have nightmares from the talking Spanish elevator. Then there's the fact that you need to pay to use the safetybox. The first night we arrived there was a Spanish fiesta, the music was extremely loud and it lasted till past midnight, so a room with a view of the swimming pool and sea also has it's downside in regards to the noise. The food, although there's a lot of choice, was dissapointing. Besides the fruit and yoghurt everything was rather greasy and lacked seasoning. The bread wasn't always fresh. The one night we really enjoyed was the one with the Canarian theme. And then I want to mention something about the policy regarding the reservation of the beds at the pool. Around 7:30u the first towels were already occupying the beds, the first few days we didn't see any measurements taken to remove the towels, some of them were there for over 3 hours without anyone using the beds. Around the 4th day I was reading a book at the pool from 8am, I went for a coffee at 9:15am and came back at 9:30am and... yep I had this letter informing me that it wasn't allowed to reserve the beds, that the towels would be removed and that we wouldn't be able to recuperate them... A bit harsh since I was only gone for 15 minutes and stayed at the pool the rest of the day. The next few days we saw the poolpeople writing away, so from then on we felt obliged to never go in the pool together for more then 10 minutes or go to the toilet or anywhere else, one of our goals became to avoid having them think we were of the pesky sort of tourist that reserved our beds. The last day our bus to the airport was scheduled to pick us up at 5pm, so we requested for a late check out 2 days in advance. Check-out at 3pm cost â¬20. We needed to check again the last day after 9am if it was possible. It was possible for us but only until 2:30 pm, for the person next to me at the front desk it was possible until 3pm? For the same price... Ok, no problem, I just paid without making a fuss. In the afternoon when we checked out the man at the front desk says: "you should have checked out at 12am, but it's no problem". I quickly informed him that we paid for the late check out, but I now wondered why since it apparently wouldn't be a big deal if we hadn't. To end with a positive note, although we were informed that there was no WIFI in the room we had perfect connection at all places during the entire stay.More
RietGabriel, Leuven, Belgium
Summer holiday 2015
Returned to the conquistador hotel , superb friendly hotel . Rooms brilliant food out of this world 3 different restaurants to choose from mmmmmmm vip area so chilled loads of things for the kids and mums dads and olds at night . Will defo be back soon thanks again for a quality holiday More
ROBINSON1969, Bolton, United Kingdom
Went to the conquistador as a couple in June for two weeks. Nice reception area booking in was efficient although this was nearly midnight. We had a standard room as the photos on the website looked good, bit of a disappointment. The room was quite small. Food was good, plenty of it. Very clean hotel. We were half board although they do alinclusive as well. There were not many children at this time so we were lucky, I can imagine what it would be like in the school holidays! If you want alinclusive you know it's going to attract children. The lifts were the worst I have known for a long time. Booked with Thomson as we have done for 20 years, didn't realise at the time the holiday was with skytours. We were not impressed by the lack of reps, at the welcome meeting the rep said we would find her at the desk every evening between 6.30 & 7.30pm. Went to see her for advice on 4 different evenings but she wasn't there. No rep waiting to come on board the coach to give us the usual information when we arrived at Tenerife airport for the flight home.nice enough for some people but we wouldn't stay at the Conquistador again.More
christine s, Cardiff, United Kingdom
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