Thanks to its spot only a short walk from Playa de las Americas, Las Piramides Resort is a hard-to-beat base.
This place is smart and modern. 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.
From the hotel’s front doors, it’s less than a 15-minute walk to the bars, restaurants and nightclubs of Playa de las Americas. The sandy beach is the same distance away, too.
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Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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.
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2 outdoor pools
There are two pools to choose from, both with sunny sunbathing spots, showers and sunloungers.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner with show cooking stations so you can watch your favourite dishes being cooked right in front of you.
The pool bar serves up all kinds of drinks as well and snacks, ice-cream and lunch.
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1 bedroom apartment with balcony
These light and spacious apartments come with a balcony for that bit of fresh air. They have a twin bedroom, a kitchenette and a lounge area with a sofa-bed. And there's a TV included.
studio with balcony
These light and airy studios come with a balcony for that bit of extra space. They have a twin bedroom, a kitchenette and a lounge area. And there's a TV included.
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Hotel is a bit run down but not bad..... Food is the worst I've tasted anywhere on the planet..... the cook definitely needs firing out.... Don't go all inclusive at this hotel unless you just want the free drink.... More
Be in before 12 oclock
To be honest the hotel wasn't to bad ,some good points some not so good.the swimming pool area was really nice,the staff pretty good all round.we had 17 men of all ages on a 70 th birthday,booked six rooms of three and got put in three rooms of six,one bathroom,not ideal.walked into the double bedroom apartment and the smell of stagnated water was overpowering and didn't go for the four days there,we left the door open a lot.food was okay,always found something to eat but be prepared to queue,ten minutes regularly.the hotel is on a slight hill and not well lit which is the main problem as nearly every night someone got attacked by Africans .one girl was badly beaten facially,one Welsh man mugged and lost phone and wallet . So we spoke to the Rep about it and he'd had his phone and wallet taken two weeks previous. Do not be out late or walk back on you're own or you run the illegal African gauntlet.youve been warned. Police what police.More
Cheap Early Spring Break
We stayed the first week in March and the weather was glorious. This was a last minute cheap break. The rooms are spacious with a kitchen even if you are all inclusive. An extra sink and fridge was handy. Ours was on the bottom floor next to the small quiet pool which was lovely. The rooms are cleaned 5 days out of seven. The bathroom was a bit dated but everything was in working order so that was fine. The TV had no English channels but some English programs. The biggest problem was no air conditioning. Bearable in March but it must be horrendous in summer! They charge â¬20 Wi-Fi connection for each device. If you do not need 24-hour connection many of the local bars have free Wi-Fi. There is a good breakfast although the other meals offered little choice and were a little over cooked. There are queues in the dining room at peak times. The hotel in general looks as if it has seen better days with lots of thing looking a bit âmakeshiftâ, however who goes to look at the dÃ©cor? The hotel is ideally placed with a short walk to the beach and plenty of local bars / restaurants. There is a sports bar at the end of the road with loads of screens and free Wi-Fi. Just opposite that is an Indian with excellent set meals at â¬12.50, Just down the road towards the sea the best eat as much as you like Chinese we had ever been to. You can pick out your own food, select a sauce and have it cooked for you for â¬10.50. If you have not been to this resort it is busy with shops, bars and restaurants everywhere. The prices are very competitive. Las Piramides is very central and the only downsides are the lack of entertainment and not the greatest food. Allow a few euros to have a couple of meals / drinks out and explore the town and you will have a great time.More
You get what you pay for...
We stayed at this hotel for 5 nights in June I only paid about 650 for two of us all inclusive so wasn't expecting anything fancy. We enjoyed ourselves but a few buts but you can cancel them out. For starters there was a funky smell in a certain place around the pool ð we moved and couldn't smell it so not sure what that was all about. I would advise people to not go all inclusive as for myself and my parter we couldn't eat the food it was basics and I'd rather save Â£50 than pay for it as we didn't eat it anyways. Snacks was pretty much bread, some apples and this sour yoghurt so we didn't bother. Only thing that was good was the chips and hot bread and obviously the alcohol. But like I say you get what you pay for. Also a fight broke out on our last night which shook us up a bit as a guy threatened to jump for a balcony and it got a bit scary. So it did upset us and it did result in us not wanting to go back as security didn't really do anything about it. If you're looking for a cheap hotel, in a good location then this is the place. It did the job and we enjoyed our stay right around the corner to the nightlife. The place itself was lovely and enjoyed our activities like the aqua park and water sports. Awesome place but would chose a different hotel next time. More
Had a great week
After reading some reviews I was worried about staying at this hotel me and two friends stayed for a week a inclusive the staff were friendly and helpful the food was okay it was difficult getting a sunbed but the life guard went out of his way every day to make sure we had one had a great week would go backMore
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