Nice hotel, clean rooms, lovely view out over the resort and beach. Food was slightly repetitive, although quite a range of dishes at each meal. Delicious sangria! Friendly catering staff. Great that sun beds weren't all reserved with towels. Would recommend if you don't mind similar choice of food each meal, or plan to go out sometimes to mix up the choice. As everything else was brilliant.
Had a wonderful stay here to celebrate a special birthday. On my huband's birthday a bottle of cava arrived to the room with chocolates, we had not told the hotel, they made the connection with our registration and this really made his birthday.
Traveller from uk
Location This apartment hotel is situated in the most attractive area of Puerto del Carmen, right by the beach. The Los …More
Have stayed in some of the finest hotels, this one is up there. It has a uniqueness about it, great suite, great location. Short distance from airport and close to sme great restaurants and bars. Overall very good.
A great hotel in an excellent spot. Fabulous beach but no sun beds anywhere to be seen on the enormous beach. It may be April and the start of the season but no beach facilities at all. Playa Blanca have their beach up and running but that is an hour on the bus.
I was travelling solo for 5 nights and had a 2nd floor double room with a sea & pool view from the balcony. The reception staff were very welcoming and nothing was too much trouble whenever you spoke to them (a real credit to the hotel). I was half board so had breakfast & dinner in the buffet restaurant included. There was a lot of choice, with specials such as Chinese or Indian each night - it was generally very good. Evening entertainment started at 8pm with a duo singing, with a show at 10pm (tribute acts, dancers) for an hour - the bar/lounge was always full. When I went in October there was a mix of ages, but skewed to the older age groups, but everyone seemed to get on well. No one cared I was on my own and I noticed several other solo travellers were staying there. I spent a couple of days by one of the pools, there were plenty of sunbeds and a pool side bar for drinks & snacks. The hotel is in a great location 10-15 mins from the airport and right on the beach front. It's at the end of "The Strip" with a selection of bars and places to eat close by and a better selection if you keep walking along the seafront, which was well lit and felt safe even late at night. Whilst the hotel entertainment was okay I enjoyed the bars along the strip more, and chose from plenty with live music which suited me. I had a couple of minor issues with the room, but reception sorted them without fuss. On the whole this was a great choice and I would definitely stay here again.
The island’s biggest and busiest resort has two very different faces. Along the beachfront is a three-kilometre long, unbroken strip of shops, restaurants and night spots. By contrast, the old port is a picturesque spot busy with fishing and pleasure boats, and overlooked by restaurants and bars, many occupying a lofty balcony position on the hill. Adjacent, the swish marina of Puerto Calero offers excursions by yacht, submarine or catamaran.