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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- 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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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.
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.
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Good hotelThat potentially could be great
This hotel would deserve 4 stars if it was all incusive .. Where do I start .. .. The hotel Itself is beautiful .. Amazing pool that is big .. Staff so friendly as they go out there way to help you .. Bad points are food .. Breakfast is the usual fried eggs , spicy sausage (yuk) .. well typical English breakfast .. Bacon is ok if it's cremated .. yes it's that streak bacon .... You will always find something you like dinner time or tea .. . Night time they have various acts on and it's great .. You will pay for all your drinks at the end of your holiday .. Your room card is used as drinks card .. More
Firstly this Hotel is not 4 star, 3 at best. Room we stayed in was very dated, air conditioning sounded like a broken down aeroplane and didn't really work. Reception staff very rude and unhelpful, waiters and bar staff work hard but seem not to be enough of them, which means you'll doing a lot of queuing for your drinks. We stayed all inclusive which I've done all over the world but here it was very different!! All inclusive here does not mean all inclusive here, only certain drinks you can have and only in certain bars of hotel, for example, you can't have a gin & tonic in the restaurant. At the pool bar you have a choice of 10 different ice creams but they aren't available all inclusive, you can only get a thimble pot full of ice cream and that's from the snack bar. Food, if you can eat chips then you'll be ok. In the restaurant food is very poor and not great choice! We have a toddler and the only options for her was chips, pasta shells and onions rings every night! This was the same for lunch too. You can use the snack bar but that's chips or frozen burgers!! Look I ain't picky but my dog would struggle to eat here... Extra charges, Wifi is a joke ,very slow and does not work in restaurant ,snack bar or any where near pool,but will work in your room. Fridge, will keep your essentials or medication at room temperature( doesn't really work) Safe, does work and does it's job perfectly, as there will be stuff go missing round the pool, so make sure you put anything valuable in here. Towels, floats, toys were stolen from beds, when we were there and nothing got done about it from staff. On your last day of holiday if you are all inclusive, it will finish at 12 midday, so if you have a late pick up ,you will have to pay for food and drink. Wherever I've stayed in the world you can use all inclusive to the time you hop on the bus to the airport but here the feeling is the hotel are trying penny pinch and scrape money back anyway they can. Would I stay here again ? Not a chance!! I stayed in the H10 Conquistador in April and this hotel is on another level to the La Siesta. H10 Conquistador is a 4 star, La Siesta is more like 2/3 star. More
Lovely hotel good and bad points
I am on my last day of a two week stay at la siesta. On the whole we have all enjoyed our holiday . Good points. We were upgraded to one of the new refurbished rooms overlooking the pool without charge, these are spacious and kept clean by the hard working maids. We had a safe but often left money around the room and never had any issues . Pool . Lovely kept clean everyone can use inflatables and balls never a problem which I think for children is lovely. Always able to find a sunbed , these are unlocked at 9.30 each morning. Hotel is very central for everything and only a 5 minute walk to good bars restaurants and the beach Bad points. Food very poor and repetitive we. ate out every meal apart from breakfast , would be nice if they could offer a breakfast only rate. Reception staff not really much help, we had two rooms and asked to keep one for a late check out I was told none were available that day , but then whilst I was checking my bags in with jet2 2 other families were allowed to keep their room, I was not happy but did not make a fuss as I did not want to ruin my last day I think in this day and age and with the hotel been a 4 star safe and fridge should be complimentary it's just another way for the hotel to make money out of you on top of the expensive soft drinks . I would stay again , but would like not to go half board as it's a waste of money . There are lots of negative reviews on here but on the whole it's a lovely hotel More
Lee L, 186410
Great hotel but some issues
My family and I stayed for a week in July and while overall quite happy there were some glaring issues. To start with the good Rooms were clean and spacious, Breakfast I personally enjoyed although coffee wasn't the best, Great pool, Good entertainment Fantastic location,central but peaceful. Now the Bad, Unfortunately we had an item and money(very small amount in coins) taken from the room,the item was first to go missing and 3 trips to reception left us with still no contact back from management. On the second last day money that was left with receipts for drinks from pool bar went missing,thankfully all real value was in the safe,when we went to reception about this the attitude we encountered was a disgrace,very unhelpful and an infuriating habit of just repeating,no it's impossible. Unfortunately this experience in particular soured the experience of an otherwise in all fairness great stay and good hotel. I really hope they take a good proper look into their staff rather than fobbing it off in the manner it seemed they where doing.More
Food is a major let down
I stayed here last week with my boyfriend for a week. First of all the place looked like it had been refurbished as it looked a lot more modern than the photos advertised online. The hotel is EXCELLENT for location as you are 2 minutes away from absolutely everything. Restaurants, beach, strip, shopping, bus stop, taxi rank. It is also not too far from the airport. We got half board and luckily we only got that. Although bed and breakfast would've been better, or just bed. We had dinner at the hotel the first night and it was shocking. The food available isn't the best in terms of not enough food to suit different tastes and the variety isn't good. For such a big place and the amount of people there I expected more. My boyfriend isn't fussy but he really did not like it. We also didn't realise that drinks had to be paid for as we hadn't in the past. We were desperate because of the heat and for just a plain water and it was €2. After this we only had the ice cream after eating a big meal out as it was the only decent thing on offer! We also brought down our bottled water to save money as we didn't have that to spend and got told we couldn't have that in the restaurant and had to pay. Luckily we didn't pay the €300+ to upgrade to all inclusive as I heard people near up say that they didn't get the benefit from it. The money paid for wifi was worth it but we also paid for the safe. There was a choice for a mini bar which we really needed to store our bottled water but we weren't paying €25 for it. This shouldn't be optional as it's far too hot to cope without cold water. More
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