Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Puerto de la Cruz does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Panoramica Garden, a nice option for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a kitchenette, and Panoramica Garden makes getting online easy as wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and a sun terrace. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While staying at Panoramica Garden, visitors can check out Parroquia de Santa Rita de Casia (1.6 mi) and Castillo de San Felipe (1.8 mi), some of Puerto de la Cruz's top attractions.
While in Puerto de la Cruz, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Panoramica Garden Hotel, including Arepera La Carajita (1.0 mi), Restaurante Punta Brava (1.2 mi), and Taska La Alberka (1.1 mi).
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Eduardo Westerdahl, which is a popular Puerto de la Cruz art museum – and it is conveniently located a short distance from the hotel.
Panoramica Garden puts the best of Puerto de la Cruz at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Booked this hotel in good faith. When we got there IMMEDIATELY clear it's nothing like the photos, it's literally stuck in the 80s. Old, smells, and there is no mod cons at all. Middle of nowhere with bus loads of older people shipped in daily to be sold something ??? Food is VERY poor. Main issue is the internet, I booked the hotel to work from as it advertised free internet in all rooms...this is simply not true. The internet NEVER worked. I had to leave after two nights as I was losing clients. The hotel flatly refusws to refund any of the remaining two week I booked. In this day and age this hotel can't last operating like this. Just avoid.
We stayed here 10 days with a group from Spain with IMSERSO, the Spanish cheap holidays for old folk scheme. Before we went we thought it would be a pretty average experience at best. Itś fair to take account that this is a rather old three star place with affordable prices. In itś favour, the whole place is immaculately clean; the staff unfailingly polite and friendly and very hard working; the food is not haut cuisine but there is a wide choice of hot dishes which change daily, and a well stocked salad bar. Some reviews slate the breakfast but there are eggs, bacon, baked beans and often delicious cooked tomatoes, and there are cold cuts and fresh bread rolls. What not to like? The location is not brilliant, outside the small town of Longuera, and there is no local beach. However there is an hourly free bus to Puerto de la Cruz where there is plenty to see and do. An oddity is that the rooms have a kitchen with a hot plate, a kettle and a fridge-freezer some crockery and cutlery, which we had no idea about till we arrived, but it proved handy for making coffee.…
This hotel will take you back to the 80’s, but I still recommend it because it’s amazing value for money. Pros: it’s in a quiet neighbourhood, close to the sea, the area is beautiful, there are plenty of hikes to do and places to see, most rooms have truly amazing sea views, our room had a kitchenette (I’m not sure all of them have one), there is a nice outdoor area with a swimming pool and tropical plants and you will be looked after by a friendly old-school staff. Cons: there isn’t any beach within walking distance, it’s isolated and you will need a car (and parking spaces are limited), it’s a bit decadent overall and the buffet breakfast is terrible in terms of quality. Considering the pros and the cons, I do recommend this place because we had a spotless room on a high floor with fantastic views, a kitchenette and two balconies (yes, two!), all for 50€ including breakfast. You can’t beat that! If I can’t find such a low price again, I think I would be happy to pay up to 80€ for that room in this hotel.…
I liked it a lot..the view was beautiful..i had the ocean in front of me..I saw the sunrise on my right and the sunset on my left..they were all so nice and respectfull...they cleaned the room everyday and they gave me new towels everyday But the parkink place is too small and the internet conections was bad..
This hotel deserves a compliment. At first they abide by the rules concerning COVID-19. The rooms are clean, but not new. Though I prefer a clean room instead of new. The beds are good and there is enough space. The customer service is friendly, but they don't communicate often with eigh other. If you ask a question in the morning, than the person in the evening doesn't know what happenend earlier. Breakfast is good, but a bit standard. The pool is clean and open all day. It's a really good hotel for the price you pay. And most important clean.
Lovely hotel, not new but spotless and well kept. Studio was large but only had 1 hotplate so i defy anyone to self cater. Restaurant always crowded and a bit bustling however food was fresh, varied and good. Breakfast was a little monotonous and like every Spanish buffet never really hot. Wine included in evening meal was a nice and surprising touch. Staff friendly with a couple of exceptions in the dining room. The hotel is in a real Spanish town which I enjoy.
The rooms are clean and large, and the check in guy - i think his name was Flori - was polite and gave us a lot of Informations! Despite the language barriers with restaurant staff; the ladies are working very hard to accommodate your needs. Lots of activities, please remember it is not a 5* hotel! I will come back! P.S. lots of choices for breakfast and dinner!
I'm here as I write this review. The room is good, although I paid extra for sea view through teletext holidays and got garden view which is not gd, cars and houses on hillside. Very rude staff when you mention that the orange juice in breakfast hall is weak dilute and they give horrible looks at all the Diners. Note to the manager! Please ask your staff to be polite please please because I have marked your hotel down for not giving me the sea view that I paid extra for and the dining room staff are very rude and unfriendly! I will not be staying at your hotel again and advise you to treat your paying customers with respect. Room sixoneseven here at the moment 😠
We spent 12 days in the hotel and left satisfied. Maids, servers and receptionists are very kind and helpful, the rooms are extraordinary clean. The food is a bit repetitious and I was sad when told I could not get a Pina colada, Mojito or Sangria at the bar (there was no pricelist either, so I couldn't really have known what can I order). I like the staff doesn't annoy you with drinks while at dinner, though. The hotel itself is a bit dead, nothing is going on, the bowling wasn't operating, the disco is closed, noone plays the pool, and it is located in Los Realejos where there isn't really any nightlife. But if you plan your vacation well, rent a car and make a plan where to go every day, the hotel offers you everything you need.
Me and boyfriend spent 10 days here. Hotel is big with a nice room decent sized bathroom kitchenette and balcony. Pool is a good size with a pool side bar. We used the bar on a night the most and I took full advantage of the €3 piña coladas! However the food wasn’t too good. Pasta terribly overcooked and mushy, fish every night and crusty watermelon or dry as sticks sponge cake for dessert. Most guests are Spanish and it does make you feel quite uncomfortable as they stare at you. However when you speak to them they are very friendly and often smile back however just something to bare in mind. Free bus to Puerto de la Cruz was very useful as we used almost everyday. 2 of the days we booked a bus at reception to visit los cristianos in the south which is also well worth the €13 per person as Puerto de la Cruz can become a bit boring after a while. Puerto de la Cruz is very Spanish which is lovely to see however if you’re with a family or as a couple I wouldn’t recommend the north of the island because everything is Spanish and sometimes the service is quite rude. My best experience was visiting the south. The beaches had nice yellow sand and warm blue waters and a much happier pleasant atmosphere particularly from the staff in restaurants and bars. Finally, the beaches in Puerto de la Cruz look fun with black sand and blue ocean however do not bother entering the water if you do not have water shoes. The rocks bloody hurt your feet my feet got cut to shreds from the rocks and so did my boyfriends. All in all it’s a nice hotel but I would not return personally as an English young tourist. …