Marylanza Suites & Spa Resort  

This hotel turns heads with its duo of pools, a gourmet restaurant, and the beach in walking distance.

The hotel has secured a great postcode, with the beach, Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas all around 15-minutes’ walk away. Plus some of the rooms look out on a golf course.

There are two pools, including one with in-water seats. Food-wise, the talking point is a restaurant serving gourmet cuisine. Meanwhile, tribute acts make a big impression in the evenings.

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Food & Drink

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

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast and dinner in main restaurant, brunch and snacks 12.00-18.00 and dinner in Kentia gourmet sampling menu restaurant on request, with reservation.  Locally produced beer, wine and soft drinks 10.00-24.00.  Brunch and snacks 12.00-18.00.

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Buffet restaurant

These tastefully furnished suites come with a whirlpool bath, and a balcony for that added outdoor space. They have a double bedroom, and a lounge area with a sofa-bed. And you'll also find air-conditioning, a minibar, and a flatscreen TV included. Image shown is the planned appearance.

Entertainment

A regular evening programme is put on in the disco bar.

Spa*

The spa has a range of treatments that are designed to make you feel revitalised, with the likes of a hydro massage pool, Jacuzzi®, Roman bath, and a floating room. Plus a Scottish shower, aromatherapy shower, foot baths and a tonification pool all are available.

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1-bedroom apartment with golf view

One-bedroom apartments are spacious with twin beds in the bedroom and a sofa-bed in the lounge area. They come with a kitchenette equipped with a fridge, microwave and coffee machine. There's also a wired internet connection, however you'll need to bring your own internet cable. Outside, you have balcony or terrace with views of the golf course. Cots are also available on request.

suite

Suites are contemporary with stylish wood furnishings sleeping up to four and can be sold for single occupancy. They're spacious with twin beds in the bedroom and a twin sofa-bed in the lounge area. Cots are also available on request. They come complete with a kitchenette equipped with a fridge, microwave and coffee machine. There's also a wired internet connection, however you'll need to bring your own internet cable.

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Really Enjoyable!

I spent a weeks holiday all inclusive here with my boyfriend in July. I like detailed reviews so here is a short novel on all the best aspects of this hotel. Food: Food at the hotel is always plentiful. The hotel restaurant offers a lovely breakfast, lunch and dinner. The cava at breakfast was a lovely touch. The pool bar has meals from 10am till 6pm. This is a great choice for late breakfast, lunch or even a small early dinner. Having both the restaurant and the pool bar means there is always something you will love. The Kentia restaurant in the hotel is outstanding. One meal is included here in a weeks all inclusive. The chef made me a special vegetarian meal which not only was greatly appreciated, but was amazing. I strongly recommend this restaurant to anyone who is a fan of fine dining or anyone with a love of food. Drinks: I went all inclusive and found this very convenient. It was lovely to have cava as an all inclusive drink and all the cava based cocktails are amazing. I found the selection of drinks on the all inclusive very extensive, it would be impossible not to find a few drinks you would love on it. Amenities: There is loads to do in the hotel. My partner was on crutches so we could not do too many activities in the local area. The hotel however has so much to do that it can be hard to leave. There are morning classes like salsa or aqua aerobics, games throughout the day for children and a games room. The evening entertainment was lovely. By the pool there were different musicians each night. My favorite were the violists. In the hotel itself there was evening entertainment such as belly dancers and parrot shows. All of these were nice to see also. Room: The room is of a great size. The suites are wonderful and have a kitchenette inside them which was very nice. The rooms are even suitable for self catering. We could not afford a golf view room so we did not think we would be able to get one. To our surprise, we were given a gold view room which we loved. It was hard to leave the balcony in the mornings. The only fault with the rooms, and with the whole holiday, are the beds. The rooms are twin rooms and the beds are pushed together so falling between them in the night is easily done. However, I knew this before arrival and it would not stop me from recommending the hotel. Local Area: The local area is lovely. There is a high market shopping center across the road with lovely shops like vera moda. There is a bar there called the loft which is highly recommend especially on the weekend. They have amazing cocktails and their beer is very reasonably priced. There is a dj here and the atmosphere is amazing. There is also another cafe here which is great and does rolls for only one euro. Staff: The staff here are outstanding. They are always willing to help. The waitresses was amazing, the barstaff knew my favorite drink in no time. The lifeguards are always alert. The manager will sort any issue you have in seconds. Natalie the rep is amazing at her job and so helpful. Overall the amazing staff really do make a difference to the holiday. I always felt relaxed with them and everything was always made no simple. Overall: Amazing value for money. Great hotel for pure relaxation by one of the three pools. Ideal for families or couples.More

Foodie L, Sunderland, United Kingdom

Good, but not quite Excellent.

Two week holiday booked via Thomson and I have to say extremely good value for money (primary reason we chose here versus Sa Marina in Majorca) . A few small niggles mean Marylanza falls short of the full 5 stars but all in all a good, enjoyable holiday. The goods: hotel room size and facilities (kitchenette always a plus) - recommend upgrading to the golf view which we did, directly with the hotel. Everywhere is clean and well maintained. Staff generally friendly and happy to help although there were a few stern faces from one or two. Clean, safe pools were well maintained throughout and life guards present the majority of the time although required to police all three pools at the same time! Good kids entertainers / facilities although curiously not many took advantage. The not so goods: Had some niggles with the air con in the bedroom the first couple of nights which made it unbearable to sleep. Mentioned this to reception who said it had been fixed but appeared no different so had another whinge to both the hotel and Thomson and it was much improved - thanks. The pillows are hopeless, some too hard, some too soft and all too big to be useful as pillows, although granted would be great in a pillow fight! The sofa beds in the lounge are not particularly comfortable either truth be told. Food quality good but repetitive given AI and I have to say beyond salad very limited for vegetarians, we escaped the hotel cuisine on a couple of nights for this very reason. Having not been on an all inclusive holiday before I was not entirely sure what to expect and whilst I haven't been put off it does become very repetitive, very quickly eating and drinking the same stuff in the same place every day although I can imagine this is the case at most similar hotels. Some of the evening entertainment, especially one of the 'singers' by the pool was shocking and frankly should be replaced as they bring the entire tone of the hotel down, although enjoyed the magician act! Rate / recommend all three excursions we did: Loro Parque, the Freebird VIP Catamaran and the Camel Safari. We were a bit concerned about the boat trip and jeep safari given we have a three year old but they were fine. That said, the food wasn't great on the Jeep trip, could do with finding a better venue for lunch! All in all an enjoyable holiday. More

HuttonsHonley, UK

Very Good Self Catering

Stayed at this resort with my friend , we where all inclusive, the food was very good and the selection was superb. Wine was not good. We where more than happy with our accommodation. Pool area was nice and clean, bar and snack area was great. staff where nice.Only thing I felt we could have had more hot water in bathroom .More

Joan M, Uphall, United Kingdom

Nice Hotel, won`t return though.....

So where do I start, we arrived to 2 people on reception to check in 20 people , this took a little while to do. Welcome drink came about 10 mins after we arrived an was Orange juice for all, the rooms are brilliant and can't fault the air conditioning in them. Entertainment sticky Vicky most nights although the Beatles band were very good. There was a lady singing by the pool on Friday night who was truly awful, it was like karaoke meets Vic and Bob. The food was good the cocktails are all ready mixed from a bottle so I'd be surprised if any of them contained alcohol. Biggest thing we noticed about the hotel staff and resort staff in general was how grumpy everyone looks. As previously seen the taxi drivers are nearly all crooks and will add supplements to your fare its illegal, but unless.you want an argument, you know you'll just pay it, as its only about £1 ish. Would we return . Resort yes. Hotel , No.More

glenryck, Yeovil, United Kingdom

Great hotel, not Platinum standard nor All Inclusive

Let's start with the good: The hotel was lovely and clean, the room (we had a suite) was well laid out and spacious with kitchenette inc kettle, 2 ring hob, coffee maker, fridge and microwave. Pools were always kept clean although could have done with being a bit bigger. The food was great, plenty to choose from and everything well cooked. Plenty of options for evening entertainment such as live musicians at the pool bar every evening, live football on a large screen, kids disco, and various entertainment most nights in the main lounge. Bad points: The hotel is at least a 15 min walk to the beach (a map was needed) and this can be quite uphill on the way back. If you go to the beach it will cost you €4 per lounger and €4 per parasol. If you decide to stay by the pool then you will need to be up by 8.30am to claim a sunbed as after this time they are all taken by towels. You will only be given 1 bottle of water per stay, if you need water for your room you can either buy it from the bar in reception, refill the bottle you received on arrival using the water coolers dotted around the hotel or go to the supermarket which is a lot cheaper. If you want the hotel to provide a pool towel you will need to pay a €5 deposit which you will get back at the end of you holiday but you also have to pay €1 every time you want a clean towel. If you want to make use of the safe in your room it is €36. If you want an ice-cream it is only the small tubs in the fridges which are free, all other lollies in the fridge must be paid for. Our welcome pack stated that the "meet and greet" would last 15 minutes, it went on for 45. On the whole it was a lovely hotel but having been on 7 previous Thomson Platinum holidays, this certainly didn't match previous standards.More

Debby M, Bedford, United Kingdom

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Marylanza Suites & Spa Resort
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 1868 customer reviews
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