Hotel La Siesta  

Hotel La Siesta is set a six-minute walk from the sandy beach and two minutes’ walk from the centre of Playa de las Americas.

The sandy beach is about a six-minute walk from Hotel La Siesta and the bars, shops and restaurants of central Playa de las America are about a two-minute walk away.

The rooms at this hotel have satellite TV and balconies or terraces. Plus, there’s a swimming pool, buffet restaurant and spa.

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  • 1Building
  • 4Floors
  • 282Rooms
  • Lifts: 5, 4 to the rooms, 1 to restaurant.


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Board Upgrades offers may be available

Book before 27th February 2016 and any nights of your holiday that fall between 3rd January 2016 - 29th February 2016, you will receive a free Full Board upgrade. All nights outside of this period will be charged at the standard board upgrade supplement. The cost of your board upgrade, if applicable, will be averaged out and shown on a per person, per night basis, across the full duration of your holiday.

Book before 1st February 2016 and any nights of your holiday that fall between 1st May 2016 - 31st October 2016, you will receive a free Full Board upgrade. All nights outside of this period will be charged at the standard board upgrade supplement. The cost of your board upgrade, if applicable, will be averaged out and shown on a per person, per night basis, across the full duration of your holiday.

Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
Full Board

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

Half Board

You can swap dinner for lunch.   

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Outdoor pool

A large, heated pool with terraces, a bridge to the pool bar, sunbeds and parasols.

Buffet restaurant

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with show cooking stations and regular themed nights including Spanish, Asian, Italian, Canarian and Mexican. Those who are staying on a half board basis can swap dinner for lunch. This place is open for dinner from 6.30pm 'til 9.30pm in winter, and 7pm 'til 10pm in summer. Special diets can be catered for if advised in advance.


The spa offers top-to-toe treatments by beauticians, therapists and hairdressers as well as a plunge pool and sauna.

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twin room with balcony

These twin rooms are decorated in a bright and fresh style. There’s 1 extra sofa bed in the bedroom. You’ll have a balcony for that extra bit of space outside. There’s a TV. And air-conditioning is available from May to October.

club twin room with pool view and balcony

These club twin rooms are designed with bright tones. There’s 1 sofa bed in the bedroom. You’ll find a balcony outside with views of the pool. There’s a TV. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.

TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »

Suberb location, Excellent hotel, Great staff, Great price compared with Adeje otels.

When I previously reviewed this hotel I said, "Ignore the nay sayers" and I stand by that. I do not know what the whingers are looking for. There are minor niggles, such as: - €70 for 28 days use of the room safe. The mini-bar situation. The Wi-fi charge. The room coffee machines that do not work. It would have been better to supply a kettle! The special offers in the health suite (for massage) that are a disincentive for Alexander room clients. Last January, massages were a two for one offer (denied this year but I have the 2015 receipts) whereas this year the offer was free entry to the suite with every massage. Alexander room clients have already pre-paid for entry to the health suite! Final moan, rooms 215,115 and 015 are not Alexander rooms as they do not have a pool view due to an overwhelming tree obscuring the view and darkening the rooms. Also, they are overlooked from the public staircase. The location could not be bettered for this hotel, where the rooms are fine for two people but I do not know about family rooms. The sofa-beds may be due renewal. The food is superb if one selects rather than trying to fit the whole buffet onto one plate. The staff are excellent, although there seemed to be an underlying problem for them which they tried to hide from clients. The prices cannot be bettered in Tenerife. Would we go back? See you there in January 2017!More

Ian654, 186440


Hotel was central, shops, beach, restaurants a minute away. Staff were really friendly and worked really hard! Rooms were average sized, cleaned daily. Would advise a pool view if you want the sun on the balcony. Would definitely stay here again.More



I have been coming to Tenerife since I was a little girl and I decided to try the La Siesta with my partner and daughter for a holiday as we are expecting another baby in July and as me being pregnant I wanted to stay somewhere that I felt safe. We got to the hotel and the room is tiny and they don't have any bigger rooms apparently. Meaning this my daughter had to sleep on the sofa bed which meant we never had a actual sofa to sit on. The beds were like bricks! I used to wake up in the night and my bones were aching. I got ill from food I was throwing up threw out a whole night and the next day. Which upset me a lot as I was scared for my baby. The food is disgusting. The thought of going down to the hotel restaurant made me feel sick and my partner too. One night I had to just get chips and even they tasted like they had been cooked in the microwave. We had a tree right in front of our balcony. Never got any sun and couldn't see anything. I will never be staying in this hotel again and will not recommend it to anyone.More

JonathanBainbridge, 4283639


We booked to stay here for a week over Christmas 2015 with our 2 children of 5 and 13. The rooms are tiny and dated, there's no fridge to keep water, the beds are extremely uncomfortable and impossible to sleep in! The breakfast was absolutely rank so we ended up going to eat somewhere else!! We decided after one night that it would be a nightmare for us to stay for a whole week and it would ruin Christmas. The rooms so small I don't know how they expect a family of 4 to stay in them! We checked out after one night and had to find a different accommodation. Since being home we have asked on the beach and the hotel if we could have a refund or a good will gesture but we have got no where! We paid £1300 and stayed for one night! Ridiculous! I'm Sure they would of had another family in our room the next day!!! There are much nicer apartments or hotels to stay in for a quarter of the price. More

Tricia B,

A bit overrated.

We upgraded to Alexander room to have pool view. Stayed in 225 and were so lucky to have the afternoon sun. Room very good. Heard of some guests in Alexander room getting welcome presents but we didn't. Cleaned every day, new towels, beds ok a part from the plastic underlayer - really in a 4 star hotel? Service from restaurant to room very slow and almost always wrong, we actually gave up buying coffee for the machine in our room. Breakfast great selection. Dinner bad - ate once there. We had half board so we ended up eating salads at lunch but enjoying some of the great restaurants all around in the evening. Nobody seems to care if you eat lunch or dinner - or nothing at all. Staff great. Wifi very slow and only available free in the bar. Strange to have to pay for minibar and safe in a 4 star hotel.More

Rosa947, 189970

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