Relaxation is par for the course at the Marylanza Suites – and there’s no better spot to unwind than by the swimming pools. There are two in total, with top billing going to the main one, which has in-water seats. Both pools are surrounded by terraces, with palms and shrubs providing plenty of shady areas.
Over at the spa you’ll find a sauna, a Turkish bath and a lengthy list of massage treatments. The active crowd, meanwhile, are catered for with a gym and a squash court.
As for the rooms, they’re housed in low-level stone-coloured buildings set around the pools. From the outside, tiled roofs, white pillars and picket-fenced balconies strike a traditional vibe. Inside, the décor revolves around whitewashed walls, light-wood furniture and bursts of colour courtesy of bright soft-furnishings. Separate lounge areas and kitchenettes provide plenty of space, while mod-cons come in the form of air-conditioning, satellite TVs and internet access.
When it comes to mealtimes, breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the buffet restaurant. The options are pretty varied – the evening spread has been known to include everything from steak to freshly-made pizza. You can also try the poolside bar for al fresco snacks. On top of all this, there's another small restaurant called Kentia, which opens for dinner a few times a week and offers a gourmet sampling menu.
If you’d rather head out to eat, cafés and restaurants are about a 15-minute walk away. And the beach is roughly the same distance.
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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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With parasols and sun loungers, heated in the winter.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner with 3 themed nights a week, with kids' options too. Times may vary for dinner in winter. A dress code applies at dinner.
In need of relaxation? We have a range of treatments that are designed to make you feel revitalised, consisting of a hydro massage pool, Jacuzzi®, roman bath, and a floating room. Plus a Scottish shower, aromatherapy shower, foot baths and a tonification pool.
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1-bedroom apartment with garden view
1-bedroom apartment with garden view sleeps up to 4, with twin beds in the bedroom and a twin sofa-bed in the lounge. As well as a kitchenette, fridge, microwave and coffee machine. Safety deposit box at a charge. Internet cable is not provided. Cots are available on request.
Suite sleeps up to 4, with twin beds in the bedroom and a twin sofa-bed in the lounge. As well as a kitchenette, fridge, microwave and coffee machine. Safety deposit box at a charge. Internet cable is not provided. Cots are available on request.
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This is the first review I have ever written so things must be bad to have prompted me to this action. We usually go away 3/4 times a year and carefully read these reviews so here goes. We were given our rooms after 5 even though we arrived at approximately 2.30 pm. When we got our rooms we were disappointed with the below ground level allocation. Yes, the type of golf view to be expected if you are are vertically challenged but not if you are 5ft plus. When we booked we went for the Thomson Platinum label but the market for precious metals must have fallen off sharply... The place is overrun with children with sun beds crammed together and this is ok if you expect the hotel to be aimed at this market. However, when choosing a hotel I always use the Platinum and adults criteria. Perhaps the buttons weren't working that day. I suppose the biggest disappointment was the closure of the large pool bar two days in to the holiday. This was a good facility with a wider than usual offering of pool bar snacks and a great place to catch the evening sunshine. This is now a fairly large building site with noise and dust competing with children to affect any chance of relaxation. When we complained about this to the manager his attitude probably won't win him manager of the month for sometime. We have now made an official complaint with the hapless rep and to be fair there is little she can do short of putting on rigger boots and a hard hat to finish the construction job. I'm sure normal service will be resumed but I just wish it hadn't been interrupted during our stay.More
JT7952014, Southampton, United Kingdom
What a disappointment this supposedly 4* or Thomson Platinum hotel is. Our room was a 'golf view' room but being on the ground floor we had an amazing view of a 15 foot metal fence - to keep the golfers out or us in - I'm not sure - but it was decidedly reminiscent of a prison fence and our room was thereon referred to by our party as 'Prisoner Cell Block H'. The room itself is spacious, but a little tired with some quick maintenance fixes that left a lot to be desired, one of which is the 'twist to secure' shower curtain pole which fell on my head whilst I was trying to get the over bath shower to work without the bath faucet also running. What was the proverbial nail in the coffin for this hotel, and has prompted me to write this review whilst still on holiday, is the closure of the pool bar for major refurbishment. Now the hotel is arranged around 3 pools with far too many sunbeds squeezed side by side so that they are touching all around the pools. The bar is in the centre of the 'head to toe' action, and since the third day of our 7 day stay, there has been mess, dust and dirt mingling with our sun cream leaving us a nice shade of dirty bronze - no thanks to the sun. The manager here likes to argue with the guests, so if you feel like complaining look forward to a 'heated debate' followed by an absolute refusal that anything is wrong -charming man. On the plus side, the food has actually been very nice and the waiters and bar staff could not be faulted. Would I stay here again or recommend it to friends - not unless you like sunbathing centimeters from strangers, being covered in dust and being patronised by the guy in charge whilst within the confines of a 15 foot fence.More
Emmylou77, Nr Cranborne, Dorset
We stayed at the Marylanza Suites 1st April to 11th April 2014. The staff were extremely helpful and the food was excellent with something for everyone. The hotel is off the beaten track which didn't bother us as we preferred the quiet rather than the hussle and noise in the centre of Playa de las Americas. The suite was really nice. Our only complaint was that the beds were really hard. Our 11 year old daughter had to sleep on a sofa bed which consisted of a very thin sofa cushion on a wooden frame. We had 2 very sleepless nights of swapping beds and mattresses and in the end complained. Following our complaint the hotel put a mattress topper on the sofa. The evening entertainment was really good with a children's disco until 8pm followed by some fantastic acts and there were activities organised around the pool during the day such as stretch classes, aqua zumba, darts and table tennis. The entertainment was organised by a lovely lady. There were 3 pools a small pool for young children, an adults only pool which was freezing and a heated pool which was always very busy. We would certainly think of returning.More
Michelle S, Plymouth, United Kingdom
Don't book for the next week or so
Pool bar is currently closed and without any prior notice from Thompson. It's like a building site around the pool so stay away! The attitude of the Thomson rep is a joke! The hotel has put on some sandwiches in the lobby bar to compensate for the lost pool bar. If you enjoy hammering; drilling and dust and dirt you'll enjoy coming here this week.More
horrible experience last summer
i am writing this review now as i feel this is when people will start to book summer holidays. I stayed with my partner here in June/July last year and was possibly one of the worst hotel experiences that i have ever had. There were so many children there, yet it was marketed as a couples holiday, the food offered was either bland, or extremely processed (especially the food offered at lunch) and the walls were so thin in our rooms that we could hear everything - including a child screaming all night for the last few nights of our holiday. The only good aspect to this hotel was the very friendly and helpful staff. The entertainment was very basic. I would say the hotel was about 10-15 minute walk from the beach but it also had lovely restaurants about 5 minutes away (for when you are fed up of very processed chicken). I loved Tenerife but hated this hotel, we were away from it every moment we could. I would recommend going either self catering or bed and breakfast in Tenerife, there were more than enough restaurants and shops all reasonably priced. I would never recommend this hotel to anyone, i absolutely loved how friendly the staff were but its not nearly enough of a reason to go backMore
Linsey B, Dundee, United Kingdom
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