Las Piramides Resort is a smart and modern hotel. The lobby is furnished with a checkerboard floor and giant bamboo canes. And the simple apartments are finished with smart wicker headboards and glossy tables. Plus, each one opens onto a balcony, some with views of the mountains or sea.
Outside, you’ve got two pools – a long, curvy number and a rectangular stretch with a children’s section. Palms and cacti add a touch of greenery to the scene.
The small and cozy restaurant puts on three buffet meals a day. Plus, you can relax at the poolside bar.
Last but not least, you’re less than a 15-minute walk from the bars, restaurants and nightclubs of Playa de las Americas. The beach is the same distance away, too.
Food and drink aren't included in your holiday package.
Bed and Breakfast
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer, wine, water and soft drinks, until 23.00.
Snacks between 11.00 and 12.30 and cakes and biscuits 15.30-18.30.
1-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children, with the 3rd and 4th beds being sofa-beds. Complete with a kitcehnette with 2 cooking rings. Maid service is 5 times a week with towels changed twice and linen changed once.
I have visited Tenerife a number of times and stopped in a few places but this is now the only place I stay.
Staff are always friendly, whether it be in season or out, everyone who works here are fun and always have time for you.
They have helped me out on short notice before now so would always recommend this hotel.
I would look to book direct rather than a package deal as much cheaper that way.More
We are a family of four with two teenagers and have just returned from two weeks at Las Piramides. We chose this hotel based entirely on availability, having previously stayed at the 4 star Bitacora hotel we were appalled to see the poor reviews and were dreading the experience.
Our first impression was that the reception floors were not particularly clean and the chairs in the main bar were shabby and filthy however our room was brilliant. We were given an apartment on the top floor with a living room, bathroom and a bedroom which had three separate balconies with sea views in two directions. Our bathroom was huge, the walls were painted white, (there was none of the concrete block detailing in our room!) there were 4 separate beds, a sofa, a dining table, 4 chairs and ample storage.
The main pool was a good size for swimming and having fun but the space for lounging around it was limited, this did not affect us as we spent most of our time at the beach and tended to use the pool in the evenings.
There was also a pool for toddlers and a couple of deeper pools all of which were less well used possibly because the bars for the all inclusive clients were further away or open for less time.
The restaurant experience was understandably worse than at the Bitacora but there was a good choice and it was easy to avoid the rubbish. The staff were all friendly and helpful, entertainment was basic but our kids enjoyed the nightly Bingo!
It is a short walk to the sea where there is a stony beach with rock pools and very clear water, excellent for snorkelling but with a strong current so better for good swimmers; another 5 minutes stroll and there are sandy beaches with lifeguards and all the normal amenities.
There were a lot of all inclusive guests while we were there but we were not aware of any anti social behaviour. There was a fair amount of noise at night, mostly from outside the hotel; wheeled suitcases being dragged through the streets; bin lorries and the wind!!
Overall this hotel was very good given its rating. In our view it would be quite easy to upgrade its rating by simply improving the quality of the food, however the majority of guest seemed very happy with the service and we heard no complaints from guests.
Our apartment was probably the biggest we have had in all our 8 visits to the Canaries.More
My daughter and I stayed here in March. We had travelled independently to join a perty of 8 other people. All the the other people had booked together and were therefor in the main building of the hotel. My daughter and I were put in a room quite some distance away with long pathways and coridors leading to it. The room was dated, dark and dingy. I complained immediately mostly about the face that we are very different ages and we intendeded to return back at the hotel in the evenings individually as there were 2 age groups in our party. The hotel room was neither inviting or safe for a lone woman to return to late at night. The reception desk told me there were no available rooms and requested my return the following day. I returned and requested again that we were given a more suitable room. My previos request had been recorded and we were given an alternative room without question.
This done we were then ready to enjoy our holiday with our friends. I really cannot fault the hotel in any way. The standard of the second room was perfectly acceptable with daily cleaning and clean towels provided. The food was very impressive for the money that we paid. It was always being replenished and there was a very good choice available. The bar staff worked really hard and were friendly and seemed to be happy to serve you.
Overall we had a great holiday at this hotel we will be returning again next year.More
Jeanette W, Walsall, United Kingdom
Hotel Las Piramides, play
Six of us stayed here for one week from the 12th to the 19th of June 2014, the staff were very helpful every request we had was dealt with quickly, nothing was any trouble. The hotel its self is very tired, could do with a bit of work. The resort was great lots to do and see. One of the biggest complaints from all six of us was the food, it was lukewarm most of the time, if you are the type that likes salads its the place for you, we tried eating at different times to see if it made any difference, it didn't, the food was very much the same most of the time. the beds were ok a little hard but for a week they were fine. what was a big surprise was the size of the rooms quite large with a kitchen area fridge, kettle and utilities, and we were all inclusive, so a cup of tea was a nice thing to have first thing. Pool was fine, there were two large one, and one for the little ones.
the bathrooms were quite small just a shower in the room we had, problem was the shower leaked, when you had one the water filled up in the base and overflowed on to the floor, complained the first day, they sent a repair man out he used a plunger to clear it, said it was ok, it wasn't still leaked, a maid came to clean the water up and left a large towel that was left there all week for when the water leaked, we rang it out every time and put it on the balcony to dry to use the next time. we all said we would go back again but not to the same hotel.More
Coopes30, Chesterfield, United Kingdom
Great location for a nice long weekend I the sun
Having read some reviews on here there are clearly issues with some rooms however I've stayed here twice and enjoyed a budget long weekend with my friends in the sunshine. Both times I've stayed here the weather has been good for February a couple of cloudy days ...but came home with a nice winter sun tan. And both times had a lovely room.
As for the hotel ....if your looking for luxury fabulous food stunning surroundings with peace and quiet this place us not for you ...but really what do you expect for the amazing prices you can get to stay here??? If your looking for a clean room, food that is good, a central location to get out and about and a fun atmosphere then this place is for you. There's hotels for every experience ...this one for me is that low cost get away in the winter for a few days.
So in summary ... Food - breakfast lovely, lunch and dinner average all inclusive food, if you want to eat out the local restaurants are very reasonable. Pool - hectic in one word round the main pool a little quieter round the children's pool ( I know that makes a change ) the main pool is packed with lots of conversation and fun ( but hey that's why I went on this holiday ) drinks ...plastic cups usual all inclusive but clearly does what it says on the tin ....lots of merry people come mid afternoon. Rooms ...ok first time here I was lucky enough to get a refurbished room which was fab. Before arriving the second time I emailed the hotel and called them the day before to ensure I had one of these rooms, however when I arrived the hotel was fully booked and I was in the old block. I clearly made some noise and I have to say john the manager put himself out and I managed to secure a brand new room on the roof top which is being renovated for next year ....amazing room views of the sea and all las Americas, massive bathroom with wet room - needless to say 5 days for less that £300 in a fab room central location girlie 5 nights in the sun - yes I'd recommend.More
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