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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Based On 2148 reviews
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- Lifts: 5, 4 to the rooms, 1 to restaurant.
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
You can swap dinner for lunch.
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A large, heated pool with terraces, a bridge to the pool bar, sunbeds and parasols.
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. It's for over 16s, but there's daily sessions between 3pm and 4pm for families with children aged 7 to 12.
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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. You'll find extras including a Nespresso coffee maker and a welcome pack of coffee and tea. There’s a TV. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.
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Lovely winter break
Comfortable hotel with clean modern rooms, beds are ok and a good size. The food was acceptable and as good as most of the hotels in the area. The staff were pleasant and friendly and I would return again.More
Lovely hotel no problems
We came here on our honeymoon 4 nights bed and breakfast, food was lovely hot no complaints plenty choice to fill up on Room lovely clean maid service had ground pool view stunning bed comfy Pool area clean tidy big pools A have nothing bad at all to say about this hotel it was perfect no groups of young girls / men so didn't see no loud drinking ect If you wanted to get a drink here you can and pay at end of hol prices are cheap slush drink 2 Euro chips 2.50 euros ect Family hotel kids club looked good kids pool was big Would recommend highly and would return More
Free champagne for breakfast but 2 euros for a glass of water at dinner...bizzare place
I usually do a huge research before staying in a new hotel to make sure we get exactly what we what but not in this case as my husband took my kids 5 years ago without me and the girls wanted to come back exactly to the same hotel. So I just blind booked it. The hotel turned out to be in a great location in the heart of playa las Americas, clean and good sized room, however it's the first hotel in my life with NO kettle, fridge locked up, you have to pay 9 euros a day per person to use 'special facilities' and the was 4 of us in the room which makes it a bit bizzare paying 36 euros for a cup of tea...No wifi..again extra pay, and lastly the hairdryer is so poor it practically doesn't blow any air...the kids enjoyed animation team and receptionists were friendly and helpful..oh! And just another weird thing about that hotel, we went half board and got champagne for breakfast, but had to pay for a glass of water dinner time as apparently no drinks are included in the half board package.....More
First time to La Siesta over the two week Easter holidays. Went bed and breakfast, in a standard room with a pull down bed for my 12 year old son. Found reception staff to be friendly and helpful and checked in pretty quickly. Our room was on second floor, facing the back of the hotel. The room was a good size, with an extra large double bed (VERY firm) and two sofas which could be made into sofabeds (my son reports that his was comfy). TV had British channels, BBC, ITV, BBC2 and C4. Plenty of space for unpacking. Room has fridge - but it cost extra to use it, so we didn't bother. No tea/coffee making facilities. Although there is a hairdryer in the bathroom - its not great and if you have long hair it takes forever to dry - so take your own. There was work being done at the back of the hotel while we were there, so could be noisy during the day, and we could hear bin trucks and delivery lorries from about 8.30am. Lesson learned - pay extra for the pool facing room. Maid cleaned room every day to a good standard, and provided fresh towels (which had a strange vinegary smell to them). Can only report on breakfast - it was fine, with the usual egg, bacon, beans and cereal/pastries and fruit. Waiters were all very friendly. The pool was lovely, and def warm enough to swim in comfortably. There was also a small pool for the little ones. There were pool activities for the kids, and exercise classes - available but not forced on you. Lots of sun beds available - although we did have trouble getting three together one busy day as we were late to the pool - there were the usual 'reserved beds' by people who didn't turn up til lunchtime. Pool towels available to hire at 50 cents per towel per day. Everything is charged to your room via the door keycard, so its easy to spend more than you think - keep your receipts and check against the itemised bill when you check out. Can't comment on the evening entertainment as we went out in the evenings. Hotel is about 10 mins walk to the beaches, we went to either Las Vistas or El Camison - both lovely and clean. Sunbeds are â¬4 per day. Plenty of restaurants and shops close to the hotel, as well as mini golf which was good fun. In all, I would return to La Siesta, but I would choose a pool facing room and not take the chance of being woken up by the noise behind the hotel.More
Fly and flop
Hotel la Siesta is very good all in all. Staff clean everyday. The pool area and rooms are spotless. Food is good and plentiful. The drinks are 3 times as much as the pub across the road and other bars. The reception staff are very polite and helpful and the maids.. however the pool and restaurant staff look miserable and flat out grumpy.. the pool guy this morning practically threw the sun beds down. Not a very happy feel to this morning at all. Resentful is the feeling. Only thing is we work equally hard when we are at work ..we are on our paid for.. 1 week holiday ..cheer up or work in a factory I say withour holiday makers !More
Helen J, 209940
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