This hotel is amazing.. Placed on a hill gives you great views of the city and the ocean.. I had a nice room with a pool and although it was with a view at the back was still cool. The pool was nice and it felt private even though it was shared with the room next door. The pool for all the hotel guests was also nice.
The only trouble i had it was that my room was all the way at the back and i did get lost a couple of time since the directions to the room where a bit confusing (plus i had to take multiple elevators) - it would be useful if the hotel would have provided a map to the room since the hotel is very big.
Overall it was a great experience. Oh also the breakfast was good - very good quality comparing to the other hotels in Tenerife.
We travelled with two young children under 5 and had a lovely time. The children's facilities were very good such as the kids club and baby pool. The location isn't great but we knew that and weren't looking to venture outside the resort much. We stayed half board and found that was sufficient. I am vegetarian and there were plenty of options available for dinner every day.
I stayed there for a week. It was great. Lovely pools with pool bars, nice restaurants, and a very nice beach bar with a great ocean view. It is located at the northern edge of Playa de Las Americas, at walking distance from bars, eateries, grocery stores, shopping centre, and a taxi stop. They also provide car rental and free car parking. I would definitely recommend it and stay there again. The only problem was the Wifi. I stayed in 2 different rooms but it only worked in the lobby.
Welcomed with a glass of Champagne on arrival and felt really valued as a customer. Plenty of activities and entertainment. Staff really friendly and helpful. Huge variety of excellent food - something for everyone.
Traveller from London
Surrounded by bars and restaurants, the Iberostar Las Dalias Hotel is ideally located in the south of the island of Tenerif …More
The northern extension of Playa de las Americas, Costa Adeje’s main attraction is the Puerto Colón marina from where there are numerous boat excursions and water sports. Nightlife is quiet and the resort’s championship golf course is one of the best in the Canary Islands. Just inland is the relatively unspoiled village of Adeje and, near here, the Barranco del Infierno (Hell’s Gorge), a picturesque lush ravine, very popular with walkers.
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