If you're wanting luxury then don't stay in this hotel, but if you're wanting CHEAP accomodation then this hotel is fine. Don't expect the cleaner to clean your room.
You DIY with the mop and brush provided. We got new towels EVERY DAY by searching the hotel for the maid, then swopping our towels with her. Definitely hire a safe (E10 + E10 dep.).
Pool area was very good and you can hire beds for E1 per day.
The bus station is 5 minutes up the hill(just past the Princessa Dacil) and there is a Netto s'market just by it. By the way, because we were so near the bus station, we caught the bus back to the airport. It cost 1.60 euro (
Travel operator: Ryanair/Alpharooms
The reception was very clean and tidy and the staff friendly enough.
The room was very basic, but adequate for our needs. There was a good size fridge/freezer and a toaster, but no electric kettle. The kettle had to be heated on the electric rings. The kitchenette was very small, but adequate.
The beds were OK.
The linen and towels were changed frequently, but the maids didn't clean, but there was a mop and bucket.
The balcony was of average size, which was adequate for two people.
The gardens and the pools were lovely. There were two pools, one a child pool, which was a good size and a very large one for adults. The adult pool was very deep and probably about 20 metre's in length - very good if you want a good swim. Both pools and the garden were very clean.
The pool-side chairs were 1 euro each, and were reasonably comfortable, and on our last day we saw a brand new lot being delivered.
The view from the balcony was of the sea and was lovely.
In summary, the hotel rooms were very basic, but we only paid
Travel operator: Independent
Apartment was situated right beside the promenade which you could reach via gate in garden. Access key provided on arrival.
One of the best pool areas we have ever been to, loads of sun bathing area both round pools and on surrounding garden, never overcrowded. Life guard in attendance all day.
Snack/restaurant/bar managed by Louis, nice food and drinks.
Reception area and gardens well attended to.
Although clean towels left every day you are expected to clean own floor, hence provision of mop and bucket. Excellent value for what we paid and would certainly stay again.
Travel operator: independent
Two good sized pools one for the children and one for the adults with a life guard with nice gardens very well maintained and looked after.
Staff are very helpful and nice 24 hour reception with security guard very good location perfect for the beach.
There is no entertainment inside the hotel but right outside the back gate there is some very good entertainment.
I will definitely go back time and time again.
Travel operator: my travel
Well what a fantastic week we had at the above. Hubby always takes a week off in March to watch the Cheltenham festival, this year we decided to head to Tenerife so that I could catch some rays and do some shopping whilst he was watching the racing.
We booked the holiday DIY. After seeing a review about the above apartment I contacted the owner and booked direct. Next it was on to the MyTravel website for a flight - amazingly good flight times out of Edinburgh so that was that organised. On arrival at Tenerife it was great to be presented with a map detailing the Los Cristianos / Las Americas area, at least it helped us from getting lost. Waited for about 2 minutes for a taxi and 10 minutes later, 15 euros poorer, we were at the Comodoro.
On first impression the hotel looked quite old, though once in reception is became obvious that it was immaculately clean and well maintained.
The hotel had a bar / snack area which provided good quality snacks.
There were 2 pools (though one closed for maintenance) which were of a good size. Plenty of sunbeds were available at a charge of 1 euro per day.. This was great value as it cost 8 euro for 2 beds and brolly on beach.
There were mixed nationalities in the hotel and think that there were quite a few Spanish and British permanent residents.
The apartment was on the first floor. From the balcony we had lovely views over the gardens and the harbour. Nice to sit and watch the ferries.
The room itself was lovely. It had obviously been recently refurbished. There were comfy twin beds, bedside cabinets, wardrobe and chest of drawers. The TV had quite a few English speaking channels. The kitchen was quite basic but enough crockery to cook if you chose to. We only used the kettle for making a cuppa. There was a fridge and toaster also.
The studio also had 2 fab easy chairs which good for relaxing whilst reading the papers.
Return journey home no problems - got taxi from rank outside hotel back to airport, flight left on time. Returned home to a cold, damp Edinburgh.
All in all a fantastic place to go if you are looking for a good value holiday. I would not hesitate to book DIY again and would also return to the Comodoro.
Travel operator: DIY
Too far from city and pool was ice-cold.
I cant say anything good about this hotel or alpharooms!
Travel operator: alpharooms
Travel operator: Private Booking from owners
The hotels back entrance is approximatley twenty metres from the sea but you need to walk for approximately five minutes to the right to find the sunbathing beach.
Hotel has a large swimming pool and also a childrens pool both are cleaned daily. Snacks and drinks can be purchased from Louis's Bar in the hotel. The staff are very friendly and the majority speak good English.
Travel operator: DIY
There is a bar and also a small restaurant and snack bar and all the hotel staff were very friendly. There was also a security guard on duty at night.
Travel operator: Keith Bailey Travel
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