It’s all about the pools here – the hotel has a jaw-dropping 11. Great sea views top things off.
At a glance
Fabulous sea views
Pools are a major focus, with 11 in all, including a huge one with bridges. Food-wise, there’s a buffet restaurant, and a late-breakfast venue with fabulous sea views.
This cliff-top hotel is a real get-away-from-it-all place – you’ve just got the surrounding banana groves and the Atlantic Ocean below for company. When you want to get out and about, though, there’s a bus stop outside.
On a steep hill on the waterfront
1.5km to a small, rocky, black sand beach
6km to Playa La Echentive, a black sand beach
1 hour from a sandy beach at Puerto de Tazacorte
1 hour drive to the capital, Santa Cruz
You get 11 pools at this hotel. They’re picturesque, too, with little bridges and views over the sea and surrounding mountains. There’s a pool bar for drinks, while meals come courtesy of a buffet restaurant and a Spanish place. There’s also a poolside pizzeria. The sports line-up includes a tennis court, and for relaxation, there’s the spa.
The hotel comes with 11 pools, some of which have sea views. One has a manmade beach attached to it, and another’s got a bouncy castle. There’s a good choice of pool bars, too.
Tucked within the hotel grounds, there’s a sunbathing area where clothes are optional. It’s in a secluded spot and is clearly signposted.
Food & Drink
At the main buffet restaurant, the lavish spread includes lots of local fish, and desserts made from island-grown bananas. For a taste of Spanish and Canarian cuisine, try the speciality restaurant*.
You can get a late breakfast at La Choza. It’s a fantastic venue – you dine on the poolside terrace and you can hear the waves breaking on the cliffs below.
Sports & Activities
There’s a good range of activities, with tennis*, pistol and rifle shooting and volleyball to name just a few. And with so many pools, there are lots of water-based activities too.
There’s a perimeter walk around the complex. It takes about 40 minutes and brings with it first-rate views.
You’ve got a real mix on the entertainment front. You'll find live music, discos and shows most evenings in the disco bar.
The piano bar is a chilled-out place for pre-dinner drinks or cocktails later –the sound of a pianist adds to the relaxed vibe.
Health & Beauty
The hotel has a spa*, and a real treat here is the thermal circuit, which comes with underwater walkways, water jets and whirlpools. There are lots of treatments, too, such as facials*, massages* and body wraps*.
** Twin Room with Balcony or Terrace**
These traditional style rooms all feature a balcony or terrace and lots of natural light. Plus, there's satellite TV and air-conditioning. They sleep up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with twin beds and a sofa-bed in the lounge that converts into 2 beds.
Full Board buffet meals
Late breakfast in La Choza
Select alcoholic beverages and soft drinks - time restrictions apply
Wi-Fi in lobby* - Can be picked up in the La Palma lobby.
Nudist area - Just to let you know, there's a nudist area in the hotel - it's in a secluded spot and signposted clearly as the 'relax' area.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
* Additional Charges
If the number of people staying in this room is less than the maximum occupancy, there may be a slight charge for under-occupancy.
Booking fee’s apply on all bookings and will be confirmed at the time of booking. Minimum booking fee £6 per person.
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