The Hotel La Siesta is a great holiday base, thanks to its spacious rooms and large pool. There's also a buffet restaurant that plates up a globe-trotting menu. Furthermore, a central address puts Playa de Las Americas' beach, bars, and restaurants within easy reach.
Location-wise, Hotel La Siesta plays a strong hand. The sandy beach is around a 10-minute walk away, and the same time in a taxi will get you to Siam Park waterpark. Plus, it's only 5 minutes on foot to Playa de las Americas' centre and its mix of restaurants, bars and clubs.
The property is made up of, low-rise, terracotta-coloured buildings that horseshoe around a large pool. Surrounding the pool is a sun terrace, complete with thatched parasols, palms and a bridge that leads you over the water to a snack bar.
The rooms here are spacious enough to include a lounge area, and some have views of Mount Teide. On the restaurant front, a buffet venue plates up food from around the globe. This involves everything from Italian dishes, like risotto, to local Canarian fare, like mojo picon – a spicy red sauce. There's also a regular barbecue night to add to the mix.
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- Lifts: 5, 4 to the rooms, 1 to restaurant.
Food & Drink
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You can swap dinner for lunch.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Facilities ► View all
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 Italian, Canarian and Mexican. Those who are staying on a half board basis can swap dinner for lunch. 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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Bright, fresh and tastefully furnished the twin rooms sleep up to four with twin beds and a double sofa-bed. There's a minibar* and a furnished balcony or terrace too. It can also be sold for single occupancy.
twin room with pool view
Bright, fresh and tastefully furnished the twin rooms sleep up to four with twin beds and a double sofa-bed. For outside space, there's a furnished balcony or terrace with views of the pool.
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Just returned from this hotel and we were very pleased with everything. Great location, great staff, quite good entertainment. Check in was slow however. Rooms were cleaned to a high standard as were the other areas of the hotel. The pool area is a must and is kept very clan and safe. the pool bar serves decent food and we used this service on a number of occasions. I find it hard to complain about anything really although the evening food was a bit sub standard, however, we did manage to get by. I will return to this hotel next March and I look forward to it.More
Andrew N, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
Our third visit to this hotel and another enjoyable one. Hotel very welcoming and staff very helpful. Pool area very clean and plenty of room for everyone any time of the day. Hotel is well placed for everything and on the flat. Have to comment on the food not as good as previous visits so will probably go Bb if we go again as numerous good and reasonably priced restaurants near by.Don't bother with pool view rooms as no different except you get slippers and dressing gown we always ask for room overlooking front street and we are never bothered by noise.More
xxladyxx, Barrow-in-Furness, United Kingdom
Great weekend Staff were great, clean rooms amazing chorizo sausages for breakfast. Great area of las Americas. Right in the centre. Pool bar great. The only thing I wasn't sure of was that you pay for your drinks with your room card and pay at the end of holiday. Everything reasonably priced though.More
7 days at la siesta
Stayed here for the second time as a couple. The room was cleaned perfectly except for the 2 days our maid was off. No towels were left on the first day so I went to reception to ask for some to be asked are you sure. While at reception I asked for an extra pillow still no pillow on the day we departed. Second day of the stand in cleaner and bedroom bin was emptied and left in the bidet and the bathroom wasn't as clean as it could be. Then things went back to normal when our cleaner came back. The food was ok could always find something to eat but I would say it wasn't as good as the first time we stayed.Restaurant staff were always polite and friendly. The pool area was clean and tidy as was all public areas of the hotel.More
jane l, Manchester, United Kingdom
a week out of season to be remembered
I went for a week at the end of April with my daughter, her husband and their 2yr old daughter, hoping for relaxation, comfort and good food and weather. It is fair to say that we had about 90% success! Resort very quiet this time of year, but plenty to do and see. The hotel was very clean and smart with an excellent view of the pool from our Alexander suite. Well worth it. A little noise at night was dealt swiftly with by staff after I had pointed it out to them (one couple of late night revelers). The food was excellent with a wide choice (we were half board) and great value. Staff were helpful, except for the lady who advised on trips who was a little short tempered with us and needed a bit of customer relations training. Generally we found the extras (drinks at dinner and by the pool) were charged at a reasonable rate and we were not ripped off for anything. Nearby beaches, restaurants and choice of activities (we can recommend the whale watching and visit to the Jungle Park) were all of good quality and greatly enjoyable. As a family, we had a lovely comfortable and relaxing break which is exactly what we set out to achieve.More
fodenman48, Leeds, United Kingdom
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