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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Very Impressed - Neil Ali Morgan Nottingham
July 17th - July 24th. We have just returned from a lovely holiday staying at the Conquistador, this is our 30th trip to Tenerife and the second time at the Conquistador. The Hotel is in a great location, the beach is 5 minutes walk as are the many shops restaurants of which there is a excellent selection to choose from. We went B&B which was perfect because the hotel breakfast was perfect, lots of choice and regularly replenished, we were that full from Breakfast we didn't eat until the evening other than maybe a snack and drink at the poolside Bar, we ate at a different Resturant every night outside the hotel, I could understand going all inclusive or full board if the hotel was in the middle of nowhere but there were so many alternatives literally outside the hotel entrance why would you not want to sample what Tenerife had to offer! There was a good vibe at night. There were young couples, old couples, families, lads, girls, staying at the hotel but the atmosphere was very relaxed and chilled. Positives: Great Reception, very helpful, nice clean room, plenty of sun lounges, we like the policy of sun bed police no reserving beds until 9am, lovely Resturant, great location, good Air Con in room. Nagatives: Lifeguards a bit too strict ie, basically you cannot take anything in to the pool, me and my daughter had a small ball we threw to each other but were not allowed it! One Cockroach in our room on the last night but not a major issue, Double Room a little small for Two adults and a child but you can upgrade to a Junior Suite which we are hoping to do next year. Other than that we had a faultless stay, We have joined the H10 Club so should enjoy some fringe benefits as our points build. Here's looking forward to next year ðMore
NFFC_10, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Thank you for another great holiday. This hotel is in a great location, is kept very clean and staff are all very friendly especially Juan in the restaurant. The room we had was big, well laid out and had plenty of storage. The beds were comfy too. The entertainment team work so hard and the party day on a Friday is first class, well done to all that are involved. There is only a few negative points in my opinion, 1. Air con in bedrooms not very strong 2. There is no where to hang your wet clothes/towels to dry 3. Wifi only works in certain area Hope to return one day.More
horn12, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Nice hotel, awful system.
Okay, I'll start by saying the hotel is nice, yeah it's pretty much what it looks like. no complaints there. Now you may have noted in the title, I said there was an awful system in parts, this is very much true. The main problem lies in the dinner service, the man on the dinner check' turned my family back away for wearing 'shorts' when in fact I had what everyone else had on. Now although it made me extremely frustrated I passed on my anger, next I see the man let in a group of young adults in bathers and he was flirting with the women; how rude. Other than that the hotel was good I enjoyed my stay very much although I won't return. Also other nit picking stuff like no lilos in the pool, etc but whatever. Good job! And a great location.More
TrueFairReviews, Milford Haven, United Kingdom
pretty decent place
From the outside the hotel doesn't look all that, but once you go inside all changes, the inside reception area is quite large, clean and welcoming, the lifts up to the room and back are really really slow and can be stood about for 5 minutes waiting for a lift, there is a huge selection of different foods at the buffet, with 5/6 different sections for different types of foods. As for the dress code it just depends who's working, they do say no shorts or sports wear, but some people will let you thought if a full football strip, were as some won't let you in if you knee is visible, unless you wear a belt( for some reason) the slip system they have seems a bit strange, with being all inclusive, they still give you a slip and keeps track of what you drink/eat, even tho you have a band on. you cant help yourself to drinks you have to wait for a waiter to come over and bring you a drink, which sometime can take a while if the restaurant is busy. The pool/bar area outside is rather large but lacks enough sunbeams, on our first day we can down at 11 after our welcome meeting and there wasn't one spare bed, so had to sit near the bar and keep walking around waiting for a bed, the pool is very clean with no bugs or anything floating about, 2 lifeguards patrolling the pool at all times so feels safe.They have daily activities for both adults and children, however the kids some to join in a lot of the adult games, yet the adults cant join in on the kids games. The entertainment on the night time was mostly good, we stayed for 2 weeks and there was 2 acts that were very poor and we had to leave as they were just terrible, there was also 4-5 nights where we went out and didn't stay to watch the entertainment. The room was pretty basic, 1 bathroom with bath toilet and sink then the bedroom with a tv and a small 1 person couch in the corner, nothing special just the basic. We had the privilege packed and what we had included in with that was a mini bar in the room, which for non alcoholic drinks is free and charged for the alcoholic drinks, which isn't explained at all at checkin, the privilege rooms are the same as all the other rooms from what we can tell, the extra stuff you get in the bathroom and the coffee/tea making facilities are pretty much the same as in most travel lodges or premier inns, the privilege balcony is excellent, there is just the one jacuzzi, but more than enough beds for everybody, they have a mixture of both single beds and big double round beds, the drinks selection there is amazing, all the named brands in vodka gin brandy ect, the people who work in the lounge make sure everything is spick and span, everything is always in immaculate condition, fridges are always full and always topped up, the balcony is on the 6th floor however, a brilliant view but with there still being 2 floors above, have to wait till 11-12 for the sun to come over, if the lounge was on the roof the sun would be on the roof all day long, and the views from the 6,7,8th floors would be 10 times better as when we was on the 6th floor we couldn't see the pool at all with the balcony, even tho we was told you have a pool and sea view, which being on the 6th floor we didn't, and its the 6th and 7th floors that are the privileged. There is a small island in the middle of the pool for the privileged, this is way to small and nowhere near enough space, they have 3 doubles in the sun and 3 doubles in the shade, one of the most annoying things was that people would take the beds in the sun then put up the umbrellas to cover themselves from the sun while there are people sat in the shaded area wanting to go into the sun, it would have made more sense for each bed to have the option to be shaded or in the sun on each bed as this was extremely annoying, probably the biggest bug bear for being privileged, the fact there are only 3 pairs of beds in the sun, There are 2 separate restaurants and Italian and the other a Japanese( i think) i didn't go in the Japanese as i don't like fish food but its an 2 days a week and is a 6 course meal. We went into the Italian a fair few times and was absolutely delicious, there is set menus but being all inclusive we chopped and changed it a bit and kind of made our own meals just, they do as much as they can to help you out in there, the only thing is lacking is the drinks, they don't have any spirits in there, so its just soft drinks, beers and wines, yet the drinks menu doesn't say what wines are included in with the all inclusive, which if i remember rightly it was about 3 out of about 12 from each section ( red white and sparkling).The breakfast in the restaurant is no notch, open later than the normal one and will cater to you every need with a huge range of food available. The spar included is amazing, you can spend hours at the end of the day relaxing and recovering from the sun, they have all you need in there, with also 20% off all the treatment with the privilege is a win win, but at â¬90 for a 75 min is say is a little on the steep side. The hotel is an an amazing location, 2-3 min walk from the golden mile and about 7-8 from the strip, 2-3 mins walk from the beach so everything you need is in walking distance, most of the excursions pick up from the best hotel with isn't even 2 mins from the hotel. The hotel also throw a massive party every Friday with inflatables in the pool, foam party with loads of cocktails and drinks, the entertainment on the friday was brilliant on both the nights with a large firework display at the end to top it off.More
Nathan C, Manchester, United Kingdom
I would like to start of by saying that this holliday is the most enjoyable holliday ever. Weather is amazing and what could be better than a clean moden hotel to go with it! Staff were nice but would advice in the resturants you arnt alowed shorts so if you arnt planning on taking jeans i would recommend. They offered me some of there hotel pants but i ended up buying some from the shop across the road. But yeah good holliday.More
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