All the rooms have a bathroom with separate shower and bath and a large balcony or terrace, most of them with an incredible sea view. There is Wifi access in all the rooms.
Double Room Sea View
Double Bed with modern furnishings. Large balcony with sunlounger and chairs, stunning sea views.
Sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child (up to 2 years) in a cot.
Superior Double Room Sea View
Double Bed with modern furnishings, larger than the double room. Large balcony with sunlounger and chairs, stunning sea views.
Sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child (up to 12 years).
Junior Suite Sea View
2 rooms either separated by an opaque glass partition or 2 separate rooms. Bathroom and main bedroom with double bed and large balcony with sunlounger and chairs, stunning sea views.
Sleeps up to 2 adults and 2 children (up to 12 years).
Superior Suite Sea View
2 bedroom Suite with two rooms with connecting door between, each with sea view and large balcony. Main bedroom with double bed.
Sleeps up to 2 adults and 2 children (up to 12 years).
This hotel is booked on bed and breakfast, half board or all-inclusive.
All-inclusive includes Buffet breakfast and lunch at the main restaurant. Buffet lunch at the pool restaurant. Your evening meal can be taken in the buffet or one of the two a la carte restaurants (reservations required). Wine, beers, soft drinks and national alcoholic drinks available from 09:00 - 23:00 in the lobby bar, and from 17:00 - 23:00 in the bar. Coffee and cake in the pool bar from 16:00 - 17:30. Ice drinks, coffees, soft drinks and beers in the pool bar from 10:00 - 18:00.
The main buffet restaurant for breakfast and dinner with a large terrace and panoramic ocean views offering a generous buffet selection with show cooking. Guests have the option of a waiter-served main course. Guests on half board and all inclusive can eat at this restaurant.
A lunchtime poolside restaurant offering lunch and snacks.
An à la carte restaurant (dinner only) offering a selection of regional Spanish cuisine in typically Castillian surroundings.
An à la carte restaurant offering a full menu of Italian specialities.
Restaurants may not all be open especially in low season, this is at hotel's discretion.
Yes. rate to be confirmed.
Creche and Children's Clubs
10 months – 15 months, 15 months - 4 years from 10am daily.
Both clubs operate in a fantastic air conditioned purpose built play space, incorporating a good sized indoor and outdoor play area. The space is well thought out, with quiet spaces, sleeping area for babies, as well as a large open area for the activities.
From 4 years there is an animation team orgainising daily actitivies including football, basketball, tennis, archery, pitch and putt and other games.
Complimentary: Cots, highchairs in all restaurants, changing mat, baby baths, Kettle (€20 deposit required)
Extra charge: Sterilizer
There is a separate children’s station in the dining room with colourful plastic plates & bowls, that has some standard options for the less adventurous children, but also has a good range of pasta, sauces, and fresh fruit and veg. Fresh purees available on request, with notice.
The main restaurant opens at 7pm, but the pool restaurant is open until 6.30pm, so younger children can use their half board option here – by arrangement with the hotel.
Small beach adjacent to the hotel (no private beaches on Tenerife)
Children's pool by main pool, heated.
Mini Disco most evenings, Free WiFi throughout the resort, Indoor and outdoor play area off of the main restaurant so children can go and play when they have finished their meal. Also a further room for older children equipped with play stations etc..
There is a small cluster of shops just outside the hotel, including a pharmacy, where you can buy nappies, formula, wipes etc..
Previous guests have commented:
‘The staff were unbelievably friendly, and completely accommodating of the children.’
The largest of the Canary Islands there is far more diversity than you might expect: historical, cultural, nature, sporty or just plain holiday fun, nothing is too far away and most are family friendly.
For sheer fun, very close by you have Siam Park, a fabulous outside waterpark, suitable for tots to teens which is impressive even if it is not for you in the UK.
A little further afield is Loro Park, a fabulous day out, with the knowledge that it is not just another theme park but also a conservation based organisation and foundation, it is well worth a visit. Entertaining attractions include a Sea-Lion show, Dolphin show, Penguinarium with a reproduction Antarctic climate – a stunning exhibit.
There are plenty of watersports although these are not arranged from the beach directly in front of the hotel (it is a protected area and blissfully no motorised watersports are allowed in that strectch of water). You do not have to travel far though to find windsurfing, scuba diving, sailing, water skiing and many more. Whale and dolphin watching has become a popular activity in Tenerife too.
There is a cable car that takes you almost to the top of Mount Teide where you can enjoy a drink admiring the sweeping views on a clear day.
Of course there are many sports facitlies too - numerous golf courses, tennis...
What will the weather be like...
When it comes to sunshine, the Canary Islands are perfect with an eternal spring-summer climate. They’re a year-round destination; you can pretty much take your pick of when to go.
The winter months – December to March – are cooler but still paradise compared any other short haul destination. You can expect average daytime temperatures to hover in the low 20’s dropping to a mild 14 degrees on average overnight and with 6 hours sunshine per day through all these months. It does rain occasionally especially in December and January.
The summer months – April to October are deceptive as give how warm the winter is, they are surprisingly mild. Almost perfect with a daily average of 27 degrees dropping to a comfortable 20 at night, virtually no rainfall and 10 hours sunshine a day, any of the summer months are good. There is a chance of a few very hot days.
Located in the South of the island, it is more sheltered than in the North.