The room was very clean and presentable the beds was a little hard and at times a little awkward at night with the dry air even with air conditioning off To sleep comfortable.
the staff was ok but nit very friendly there was a few individuals that was very helpful but again not all.
Using the hotel for a business trip, all the staff were pleasant and helpful but the hotel itself is in need of a little TLC. The lifts were slow and juddering not lining up with many of the floors, on one occasion the doors opened between floors while a number of us were in the lift, luckily the close doors button allowed us to get off at the next floor. I used the stairs after that! The rooms were good but the white towels weren't the best feature being a grey colour from too many washes..
I originally booked the NH Imperial but cancelled and rebooked at the NH Playa las Canteras which was the best decision I made. Although the Imperial is directly across from the beach, the PLC is only a one minute walk from the beach and better situated for restaurants and shopping. The staff was incredibly friendly and accommodating. One of us staying at the hotel has asthma and the hotel was very good about ensure a smoke-free room. Breakfast was served at the Imperial which was no problem at all- it is only a two minute walk there along the beach boardwalk.
Excellent if on a budget. Rooms are clean, secure and adequate for those who don't spend their day in the room. Rooftop pool and sundeck for those who seek somewhere quieter than the beach. Turn left out of the hotel and you are a minute from the beach. A wealth of bars and restaurants along the seafront. Turn right and the main street (Calle Thomas Miller) will lead you in the direction of many other bars, restaurants and plazas on either side. Prices probably were cheaper here than in the South of the island, as more locals than tourists in the area at the time of visiting (late June).
Pocket Guide: Gran Canaria Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Hotels
Cosmopolitan Las Palmas is the biggest city in the Canaries with a life aside from tourism. It features an historic district with superb Colonial architecture, a major shopping area, the golden sands of Playa de las Canteras, and one of the largest ports in Spain. The covered Market and the Museo Canario should not be missed. The bars and restaurants along the front are frequented by visitors and locals alike, and there is a lively nightlife.
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