Hotel H10 Gran Tinerfe  

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 3 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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Based On 1847 reviews

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  • 11Floors
  • 367Rooms
  • 3Lifts


Stylish adults-only holidays, designed for two

  • Contemporary style
  • Great settings
  • Top dining scenes
  • Relaxed atmospheres
  • 20kg luggage allowance
  • Adults-only hotels

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

Full Board

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

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3 outdoor pools

One is heated during the winter months.

Buffet restaurant

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.

Chillout bar*

On the rooftop terrace.

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double room with sea view

Double room with sea view sleeps up to 3, with a kettle on request at a charge. This room is located on a higher floor.

double room with sea view

Double room with sea view sleeps up to 3, with a kettle on request at a charge. This room is located on a lower floor.

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Great choice

The hotel is well appointed, obviously refurbished recently. The accommodation was good , we were lucky with our room allocation , definitely worth the extra for a sea view, the sunsets are amazing. The location was excellent, private access directly to the beach, a few good cocktail bars locally( Wakiki, along the prom in particular ) and far enough away from the bars etc. of Los Americas to make them walkable without suffering the noise. Hotel food was excellent although it could be a bit manic at breakfast. All staff were friendly and communicative. Pool areas were very good plenty of loungers and the pool staff actually remove towels to stop people reserving beds when they go to breakfast. I would definately recommend this hotel.More

Keith E, Worcester

Keeps on Improving

Just a quick summary of our recent stay at this fine hotel. Once again we had travelled as two couples, our fourth visit. On this occasion I had e-mailed guest relations prior to arrival requesting a high floor as we had paid for the sea view. Our request was duly granted and we were allocated rooms on the sixth floor. The room was spotlessly clean, plenty of hot water and fresh towels with a shower over the bath. Unfortunately the shower screen was of poor design, so we had to use the waste bin to collect the drips. Never mind. Having read quite a few reviews it appears many guests are opting for the Privilege Package yet complaining about the A la carte menu. What our group noted was the improvement in the standard of the food on offer in the buffet restaurant. Every evening the choice and presentation was special, you could not fail to fill your plate. The animation team were polite and pleasant. The Italian guests were keen to Boule and Bingo. Evening entertainment was really quite good this time round, with the usual balance of singers and musicians being well received. The staff are all polite and hard working, smiling and cheerful. In summing up, year on year the hotel has improved both in quality and service and we would not hesitate to stay here again...More

Barneston5, Widnes, United Kingdom

Gran Tinerfe an excellent hotel

We recently spent 2 very enjoyable weeks in this very well run hotel. All of the staff are friendly and helpful and made us feel welcome.We celebrated a special birthday and this didn't go unnoticed.The food offered in the main restaurant is excellent and offers great variety.It was a pleasure to eat in this well organized restaurant. You can also upgrade to A la carte if you wish.The hotel is situated opening onto a sandy bay and a long promenade perfect for walking.The areas surrounding the swimming pools are spacious and there are plenty of sun beds. Our bedroom was very comfortable spacious and clean. The entertainment in this hotel is excellent especially the Halloween party and the very professional evening shows.A totally relaxing holiday.Thank You Gran Tinerfe.More

Susan O, Worthing, United Kingdom

Good but not great

We’ve stayed at the H10 Gran Tinerfe in October and booked our holiday via the hotel website. Prior our arrival, we informed the hotel that this holiday was our honeymoon –just a nice break 2 days after the wedding – and in addition we requested for a high floor. Upon arrival, a welcome drink is offered, while they prepare the administrative side of the check in. We arrived before noon, and unfortunately our booked sea view room was not available yet, which was no big deal as it can happen in any hotel. Noting we do know it’s “subject to availability”, we ended up on the first floor. Despite the fact it wasn’t a high floor, we got what we paid for - a sea view room. I was a little disappointed that at check in, no congratulations were said, nor was there anything “special” when we entered in the room. Late at night, a flower and card was there, which was a nice little surprise, together with some bathrobes and slippers…? When unpacking, a hotel staff member, responsible for the mini-bar was at our door, explaining he had to empty the fridge, as we were not “privilege customers”. This should have been arranged prior we arrived in our room. At least we got the “privilege bathrobes and slippers” back. The room was clean and spacious enough. Although the hotel/rooms are renovated, the airco unit in our room was still from a previous era and the interior of the bathroom seemed to belong to an earlier decoration too. But, most importantly: it was clean. Wifi…even though our central located room, right above the reception/chill out bar, we did not have any wifi access in our room. In the late afternoon the hotel lobby transforms into an internet café, with people surfing on their iPads and phones. Pool towels can be arranged via the reception (EUR 15 per towel deposit), as well as the rent of the safe. The safe is still with an old fashioned key. Deposits to be paid in cash. The pool area is clean and there were a sufficient amount of sunbeds/umbrellas available. The restaurant is nicely renovated, and you are given a time to have dinner. I understand this can be very disturbing, you’re on holiday after all, but after having our first breakfast the next morning, we understood they want to “spread” the guests in the evening. You will be guided to your table, which is, seen the amount of people that can stay in the hotel, good. The outside terrace was great and was one of the reasons why we booked this hotel. Food is good, not the best we had at an H10, and staff is doing their utmost to get tables cleaned and ready for you. The chill out bar was our favourite place in the hotel, with from time to time a DJ playing (lounge) music. Great. We’ve requested for a late check-out, which was not available, but were able to reserve a courtesy room. The courtesy room itself was located at the beach entrance of the hotel – not too convenient to get there with luggage – and was not 4* hotel standard, nor is the room checked/cleaned when the previous users leave. All in all, we had a nice break but it was below our expectations for a 4* hotel, mainly because of the hotel infrastructure. I do like to add that most of the staff working at this hotel are very friendly and provide good service.More

l1eve, Antwerp

Lovely Hotel

Just spent 2 weeks at this hotel, half board with the upgrade of a sea view room with the privilege package. We arrived in the afternoon, and were greeted with a glass of Cava, while we were informed as to what the Privilege package included, but no tour as others had mentioned, and no wristbands which apparently we were supposed to have had but never found out about until the last day. Our room was on the 4 floor with a lovely sea view, and a huge bed with comfy pillows, but we did ask for a mattress topper which was supplied the same day. The housekeeping was exceptional. Included in the Privilege option was use of a private sun terrace with the most comfortable sun beds we have ever had, with plenty of parasols. No getting up at the crack of dawn to reserve them either, which in the Canaries is almost compulsory. The Privilege Lounge was also very comfortable with branded drinks and a few snacks included. We did have the misfortune to stay at the same time as a noisy group which I am ashamed to say were British, that descended like locusts on any snacks that were available, leaving not even a crumb for any one else then demanding more quite rudely from a very concerned waitress. We certainly noticed the difference when they returned home. Peace was restored and the Lounge was again a cool retreat. We would return to this Hotel, but the reason I missed off a star was due to the food and service in the al a carte restaurant El Mirador. This was a beautiful dining area overlooking the sea where the Privilege visitors could have breakfast and dinner. but the service was so slow, on occasion breakfast took over an hour, and the food at dinner as well as being slow was very hit and miss. We did have some lovely meals, but also some very horrible ones which we could not eat. One particular 'special' which was sole turned out to be nothing but bones,with practically no flesh served on a bed of mashed potato, which also bizarrely contained bones, presumably fallen of the fish. It was not nice. During the last few days of our stay a new system was introduced, on booking a time to eat we were issued with a ticket which we had to give to the waiter in the evening, as they had put the problems down to guests not booking. We were told quite forcibly 'no ticket, no food' - that was rather scary! However, that did not solve the quality of the food which still continued to be dismal. Our last meal was ham ravioli with mushroom, which turned out to be a grey unappetizing bowl of pasta with huge amounts of mushroom and very little else. The desserts were very good but although they were called the same every night they were quite different. Interesting! I really hope they manage to sort the restaurant out as It is such a lovely place to eat, and the quality of food and service is always an essential part of our holiday. With a bit of organization and more staff particularly in the kitchen, it could be superb. The staff were amazing, and tried so hard to please. We found that they went out of their way to help us with any requests. The hotel should be very proud of them. Overall it was one of the best holidays we have had ever had in the Canaries.More

Anna5, Norfolk

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