Looking for a place to stay in Puerto de la Cruz? Then look no further than Hotel Monopol, a romantic hotel that brings the best of Puerto de la Cruz to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, and guests can go online with wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel Monopol features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Puerto de la Cruz, Hotel Monopol is located a short distance from Historico Muelle Pesquero Puerto de la Cruz (0.1 mi) and Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de la Pena Francia (0.1 mi).
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the French restaurants, including Shennys Bistro and Bar Cafeteria El Rolon, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Monopol.
If you’re looking for something to do, Botanical Gardens (Jardin Botanico) (0.9 mi) and Puerto Street Art (0.2 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Monopol.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Monopol as you experience everything Puerto de la Cruz has to offer.
This 3 star hotel is beautifully located and full of authentic Canarian charm. The staff are friendly, eager to please and make you feel at home. The facilities of the hotel are surprisingly impressive. Beautiful architecture, wonderful plentiful breakfast - pool, hot pool, fitness room and lounges are all clean, impressive and in the central heart of Puerto de la Cruz. It is a budget hotel so the rooms are basic, but all in all highly recommended as a great place to stay to experience the best of Puerto de la Cruz. Thank you to Oliver who was especially helpful.
Had a wonderful time at this hotel, it’s right in the centre of town, it’s an old fashion hotel , room/bathroom etc but clean and tidy , everything you need , our room was with sea view’s just stunning, it has a swimming pool/whirlpool and has a beautiful atrium inside where you can sit and have a drink and relax after a busy day sightseeing . It’s a family run hotel and we was made very welcome as soon as we walked the the door , we will definitely be returning
Hotel is very good location . At the front desk you can book some tour as well. We had a room at third floor with AC. We got very good housekeeping service every day . Hotel has little hot tub ( jacuzzi ) outside , pool, sun bed and sauna as well. Everything just walking distance from this hotel,lots of restaurants ,ice cream stands,souvenir shops. Breakfast selection was alright not too many food options but it was ok.
We checked in on 26th and the front of the hotel and the centre were lovely, sadly when we got to the corridors and room we noticed it was very tired and in need of some TLC. It’s in a great location right in the centre but I wouldn’t recommend for young couples as the night life seems to be more for older people. We checked out the next day and went to a different side of the island for a better nightlife.
Lovely bar, friendly staff....I wish we had been staying there! Very central and welcoming! Looks very convenient. Nice courtyard style with a lovely breeze right through. Looks like a good place to stay, relax and enjoy. Very close to lovely squares and all of the cafes.
Lovely old fashion hotel in the old part of Puerto Del La Cruz. Inside you are greeted with a court yard style communal area where you sit and relax. The staff are friendly and helpful, we upgraded to a room with a balcony which over looked the old church and plaza. This is our second time here and have already booked another stay there this coming September
We've stayed here before and enjoyed it, but not this visit. First room we were given didn't have a bathtub (like the room description when I booked). Said they didn't have one available but could move us the next day. 2nd room had a bathtub, but no hot water, not even warm. We told them at reception, asked if they could fix it. They said it might be because a lot of guests were using it at the same time. Next day, marginally better, just about warm enough for a shower, but not a bath. We were leaving the next day so we didn't want to move again. Also, pool is supposed to be heated. By the sun I presume because it shouldn't make you gasp when you get in. Jacuzzi was out of order for the whole weekend. There is no longer an inside bar at this hotel, if you want a drink you go to the tapas bar next door. Needless to say no entertainment of any kind, not even ambient music. I think they're trading off past reputation and the location, but in reality this is no longer a 3* hotel, more like a large guest house. Too many corners being cut for me to return anytime soon…
The Monopol is a pleasant old hotel with a plant-filled atrium all built in wood. If you pay for a superior room you have an ocean view and a balcony. Our room was well equipped but the bathroom was tiny. The shower is in the bathtub and there is a very small perspex shower-screen, far too small to prevent flooding of the bathroom floor every time that one takes a shower – we tried to be careful, but to no avail. Breakfast is included and there is a wide choice at the buffet, but no fresh juices and self-service “industrial” coffee from a push-button machine, a disappointing drink when one knows how good Spanish coffee usually is. The hotel stands in a pedestrian zone and if you come by car it's best to seek advice before you arrive about unloading and parking – the advice is helpful, and the staff on reception were very friendly. Free wifi is available in the reception area, but if you want wifi in your room it costs 3 euros per day, whereas most hotels provide it free. The hotel appears to cater mainly to groups of Germans on package tours so if you don't like to be surrounded mainly by people speaking German it's not for you.…
Its our second visit and it all comes down to room choice. This time it's a room with sea views and balcony and it's worth the upgrade. Lovely. It's not the Ritz but it's the monopol and its clean, unique and lovely.
I had always wanted to stay in this hotel. The building is steeped in history and in an ideal central location for sightseeing. It is an absolute shame that the splendid entrance and foyer, with its galleried landings and beautiful stonework, is a total contrast to the drab, old, poorly maintained bedrooms, with uncomfortable beds, dreadful bathrooms and dirty corridors. We had to ask to be moved on day 2 as there had been no hot water since our arrival the day before. The replacement bedroom was bigger but no better. The bathroom was absolutely lethal as it was impossible to contain the shower water in the bath. It cascaded onto the floor and we had to use the towels to dry the floor. Breakfast was uninspiring, and the service second rate. One employee cleared our table whilst we were still sitting at it, without checking if we had finished breakfast!…