Tucked right behind a sandy beach, this Cesar Manrique-designed hotel has a setting worth shouting about.
The adults-only Gran Tinerfe couldn’t be in a better spot. Turn one way and there’s a sandy beach. Head the other and there’s a great mix of shops, bars and restaurants.
As well as three pools and a sea-view restaurant, this place has an impressive bar – it’s up on a roof terrace and has standout sunset views.
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Stylish adults-only holidays, designed for two
- Contemporary style
- Great settings
- Top dining scenes
- Relaxed atmospheres
- 20kg luggage allowance
- Adults-only hotels
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Facilities ► View all
3 outdoor pools
Dotted with palm trees, the pools have plenty of sunloungers and parasols on the terraces. One is heated during the winter months.
Air-conditioned buffet restaurant for those who have booked Half Board. Show cooking takes place on the open terrace with sea views. Gentlemen are required to wear long trousers for evening meals.
It's located on the rooftop terrace with plenty of comfortable seating to admire the views.
Rooms► View all
premium double room
Premium double rooms have a balcony or terrace with sea views. They sleep up to three with minibar* and kettle* on request. It's the list of extras that make these rooms special with private check-in and check-out, use of the Privilege lounge with free bar service and branded drinks, Wi-Fi access, bathrobes and slippers, espresso machine, daily newspaper, welcome gift, iPod, iPhone and MP3 player dock with alarm clock and 20% off beauty treatments.
Double rooms are decorated in neutral tones with wooden flooring sleeping up to three. For outside space, you have a balcony or terrace. A minibar* and kettle* can be requested.
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Location Excellent, Food very good, Service First Class Just returned after a week at this hotel. We upgraded to privilege service with first class room with fantastic sea view. Avery good adults only hotel. Very hard to find anything to complain about. Would stay again. Thank you Maria & team .More
Dougie012, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Mosqetous & Noise
Our honeymoon started with this hotel with a big mosqetous and a bad smell! Then we moved to a humble room though there was a recommedation that we are honeymooners ! The good thing is the food clean and delicious with a seaview. Also every recepsionst gave us a different price and the was almost 70â¬ difference! An old man who worked in a reception was not kind enough to make us happy we changed almost 3 rooms and we chose one of them which is as i mentioned before is humble 702 where u can hear a big noise from an electricity motor and we could not sleep well . Now we will go to other hotel in puerto colon More
Beautiful hotel but lacks atmosphere
I will start with the positives about this hotel. The room we stayed in was beautiful, very large, comfortable big bed, gorgeous bathroom and lovely balcony. We were very impressed. The hotel was kept very clean at all times and there was always a gorgeous smells in the hallways which I loved! The pool area was nice and had lovely comfortable beds for sitting in the sun (unfortunately we did not get the best weather) The location was good and my husband and myself were able to walk easy everywhere. The cons of the hotel..... There was not much of an atmosphere, no music playing, no small talk with staff. The drinks in the hotel were very expensive so we very rarely drank there as pubs in the area were more than half the price. Would probably return but maybe go earlier in the yearMore
H10 Gran Tenerife Not a Four Star Hotel!
Travelling with another couple we decided to pay the extra for the Privilege rooms with sea view. H10 Gran Tenerife is supposed to be 4 star. I would call it, at best, a 3 star. The doors on our sea view room had gaps all around the frame, so very drafty and cold in March. Room was clean but with little space for clothes. The main restaurant was clean but the same old problem of food not being hot. The speciality restaurant is on the front looking out to sea, which may be great in the summer, but as it is open to the elements it is very cold and windy in March. Plates are cold and food is served cold, so not worth the money. Only one main lounge as the so called Privilege lounge is closed at 9.00 pm. They don't mention that in their adverts. The other seating area is in reception although there is a bar there. The result is not enough seating for guests, so many people had to go outside to other bars in the area. Not 4 Star standard by any stretch of the imagination.More
Peter W, Corfe Mullen, United Kingdom
One of the best
i came here with my boyfriend for a 15 night holiday, at first we were put in the "basement" which we read wasnt the best place to be, so we asked to move and the staff moved us without any bother, the food was fantastic and plenty of choice! the waiters in the restaurant were helpful, one day i told the manager how good 'Alfonzo" was and he thanked us the next night, as it was his first week of working there!! incredibly clean, large balcony with good views all round. The entertainment team were great and we made friends with them, they took us to the best place in tenerife in the evenings after the entertainment finished, very accomidating! should be 5* nothing to fault in this hotel!More
kategroxx, Ellesmere Port, United Kingdom
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