Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer, wine, water and soft drinks, until 22.00.
Snacks between 11.00 and 12.30 and cakes and biscuits 15.30-18.30.
For the price I paid, this hotel was great. I stayed with a friend for 8 nights at the end of April. We got there in the morning on the first day and were told that our room wasn't ready yet, which was as expected, but we were given our all inclusive bands so we could get something to eat and drink.
We had stayed at the hotel before so we knew what to expect food wise. For a 3 star hotel the food is great, especially breakfasts where there is a choice of full English as well as cereals, pancakes and pastries. Lunch and Dinner were typical all inclusive choices and there were always plenty of it.
Our room was great (in the main building), was larger than our previous one and even had two balcony's. We knew there would be a lot of noise in the early hours of the mornings but this is a cheap hotel which appeals to groups of stag/hen parties.
The majority of staff are all friendly and welcoming, Maria on reception was particularly helpful. The security guard/luggage room attendant was also helpful. Our flight on the last day wasn't until late afternoon so when we checked out at 12pm we had out all-inclusive bands cut off by the security guard. This has happened at every other all-inclusive I have been to and it clearly states when booking that the all-inclusive finishes at 12 on the last day. This is because it starts with lunch and dinner on the first day and finishes with breakfast on the last day, giving the full amount of meals. Nonetheless, the security guard gave us a pass to get lunch before we left which was an unexpected bonus!
Overall, it really is a case of getting what you pay for, if you want 5 star treatment, you have to pay for it! I would definitely go back due to its price and location.More
Beware of the guests
I stayed at Las Piramides with my partner, we're aged 25-27 but were just looking just to sit by the pool and relax for a week. The hotel was outdated but VERY clean and the facilities were good. We had no problem with the hotel really, just the guests. As the hotel is a cheap price and offers all inclusive most of the guests were young and getting drunk through the day, which led to the evenings being unbearably noisy. People shouting outside at 3am, running up and down corridors shouting and screaming and parties in people's rooms.
Obviously the hotel has no control over who they accommodate, the only issue I had with the hotel was that every morning at 9am every sunbed would be reserved with towels, we only managed to sit around the pool one day out of the seven. The hotel advise reserving sunbeds with towels is not allowed but this clearly isnt the case, they need to be more strict as it isn't fair.
Overall if you're young and looking for a party holiday it's ideal. I would look to go back to this part of Tenerife, it's cheap and there is loads to do there, but I personally would pay abit more next time and stay in a smaller, quieter hotel.More
Great location odd shape.
This hotel is in a brilliant location, within walking distance of the main shops restaurants and beaches. Only down side is all he balcony so face inwards so don't get any sun. Pool is also quite small and only gets a small amount of sun during the day. Clean spacious rooms. Food in the restaurant was not too bad pLenty of choice and changes every night. I would visit this hotel again but maybe go self catering next time. More
Good budget hotel
Stayed in room 312 (annexe). Overlooked small pool, reasonably peaceful, or so we thought. I'd suggest that all male/female parties are placed to rear of the hotel unfortunately some find there way overlooking the pools so is invariably noisy as they try to out shout each other (get the picture).
Overall the place is well located near to shops and eateries.
Be aware that you'll need to rent a fan (not to expensive) and safe.
One thing I'd like to have seen is free WiFi (if not for part of the day at least).
I'd return to Tenerife but not to this establishment.
Nevertheless cheap and cheerful.More
Stayed here for 7 nights all inclusive at the beginning of June. We was a bit apprehensive staying here due to the numerous bad reviews, however it is not as bad as people make out for a budget hotel. You get what you pay for!
Food was average, however began to get really fed up towards the end of the holiday so we ate out for breakfast/lunch/dinner. There wasn't much variety and it was quite tasteless. Having said that, it was still worth getting the all inclusive for the drinks!
Rooms were surprisingly bigger than expected and were cleaned daily. Bed's were quite uncomfortable and very noisy when moving. Hotel very loud so I would not recommend older people or families to visit this hotel. There was also blood splatter up one of the walls in the stairwell one morning!
Location was brilliant and I found all the members of staff very friendly. Probably would visit this hotel again if I wanted a weekend away with friends as it is on the doorstep of the main strip. However I will not be visiting again for 7 nights or for a relaxing holiday.More