"old fashioned, but comfortable and value for money"
I stayed in this hotel for two nights in March 2014. The hotel is a bit old fashioned, but it delivered on the three most important things I expect from a hotel - a clean room, a comfortable bed, and a hot shower (which all lacked in a 3* modern hotel I also stayed in while in Puerto de la Cruz)! Complimentary toiletries were provided, inc a toothbrush & toothpaste. The breakfast is provided in a nearby 4* hotel. The owner doesn't speak much English, but is very friendly. The hotel is very close to the main bus station, as well as everywhere else in town. Great value for money!
This hotel is located right in the city centre, just 2 minutes’ walk from the main square of Plaza del Charco and in the …More
there are many good things about this hotel. Although slightly old-fashioned (no hair-dryer/fridge or tea-coffee facilities) it's in a beautiful setting. An attractive (if rather tough) walk up from town through the lovely parque taoro, the view from our balcony more than made up for any lack of faclities. The hotel is well equipped with a nice pool and outside bar, sauna, jacuzzi, table tennis, crazy golf, tennis and tv room. The gardens are well-presented with lots of those lovely palm trees. The only real negative that we could not ignore is the man that serves in the restaurant. We only had B&B so were only in there in the morning but he was incredibly rude. We would come in and he would bark at us to sit at a specific table (for no reason we could discern, whilst everybody else sat where they liked) we would get plates and cups, go to the bar for food, come back and he would have replaced all our crockery etc with different ones which had been layed properly. He was very aggressive and unpleasant. All the other staff however were lovely. Puerto de la Cruz was nice. Lovely old buildings and lots of nice cafes and boutiques. However for the most part full of gruff and wrinkly german/english tourists with a major lack of class ( most refusing to even try and speak spanish) and clamouring to get into a packed macdonalds on the seafront. On the whole i wouldn't go back, but not because of the hotel. I thoroughly enjoyed our stay, mostly because of the room and glorius view!
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