Was a lovely hotel - Reception staff were amazing. Room we had was on top floor and the view was amazing. Air con was pretty bad to be honest - even if you had on all day room was barely cold.
Food was good and the dining experience was good. Breakfast served till 10.30 which is good. The dining room has stupid rules around Dinner where men have to wear trousers and a T-shirt or Shirt. I had my shoulder exposed on my top and was asked to change. Wish I had worn a skirt and shouldeless blouse.
Be careful at pool - 2 cokes was €8.80 (thats glasses not buckets) which is a disgrace - use the shop!!
The Eugina Victoria next door is a better hotel.
"Fantastic hotel, friendly staff, great facilities!"
From the lovely welcome bubbles to the friendly farewell, everything else in between was just wonderful. The breakfast in the 8th floor 360 degree cafe just has to be experienced. The evening meals in the same location with a cheeky little aperitif on the terrace beforehand provide some of the most stunning vistas and then comes the food itself. The head chef was apparently trained by the great Ferran Adria and the 6 course tasting menu really is worth a Michelin Star. The facilities, especially the Spa were first class and the even the gym is worth a visit :) Suffice to say that we will be back!!
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I found the apartments to be right where I wanted, 1 minute walk to the Kasbah Centre, 12 minute walk to the Yumbo Centre, both centres offering all kinds of entertainment and shopping. The apartment is also a 3 minute walk to the glorious Playa del Ingles beach and all it offers. The accommodation is basic, but very very clean, the room was serviced daily and the housekeeping staff carry out their daily tasks with a smile and with ease, the lady even washed my breakfast dishes as soon as I had finished eating, with a lovely smile and pleasant chat. The reception staff were very pleasant, always smiling and willing to assist, even non-residents were greeted with a smile and helped on their way with clear printed instructions on how to find locations when lost, no matter what time of day or night.
On the whole, a nice hotel. Very clean, and a great location a stone's throw from the Playa del Ingles and local bus links, and with convenient stores and restaurants nearby. The rooftop terrace was a nice bonus, and the breakfast buffet good, though I would have preferred fresh juice, and the machine-dispensed coffee was a little disappointing. The bathroom was a decent size, but the shower curtain woefully inadequate, leading to a drenched bathroom floor. They need to install a proper shower screen in the bathrooms. The balcony was great, with a convenient clothes horse, and nice views. The big let down was the bed, which was not very comfortable and left me with a sore back each morning. I would say replacement of the mattresses with something firmer should be the top priority for this hotel. However, I would recommend the hotel to friends and family as it ticked the majority of boxes for me.
The hotel was brilliant and clean, the staff and entertainment staff were helpful and worked so hard, the food was amazing, there was activities to do throughout the day to keep everyone entertained. There was a brilliant English bar which did quizzes, bingo and karoke called Kim's Bar, Aqualand and Palmatis Park was places I would also suggest to visit, we found the taxis really cheap and sometime cheaper than the buses. Overall Gran Canaria is a brilliant place to go and the hotel is brilliant.
Pocket Guide: Gran Canaria Playa del Ingles Hotels
Playa del Inglés (literally “Beach of the English”) is Gran Canaria’s busiest tourist resort. Despite the name, its superb long golden sands are popular with many north European nationalities. There is no single focus to this man-made resort; instead it clusters around 11 shopping centres. The island and Playa del Inglés in particular, is a magnet for gay holidaymakers; its heady nightlife ranges from drag cabaret to sleek upmarket clubs.
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