Santiago IV looked to be the poor relation of Santiago III when we arrived at silly o'clock at night but once we had managed to confirm we had a booking at all the reception at Satiago IV was a welcome site. We were given a one bed apartment instead of a studio which was clean, and had an upstairs bedroom and bathroom along with a balcony. We fell into bed having decided we had got a good deal. 7am we were woken by a bin lorry and a glass recycling collection and went out on the balcony to discover we were over the hotel loading bay. That aside the view to the left of the mountains with the sun shining on them was lovely, and to the right was the sea with my guilty pleasure the surfers who congregated in the car park and got changed every morning. (Dont forget I was only awake because of the bin men!) The kitchen in the apartment was good and we had a TV showing English channels. I would warn potential travellers that the room did not have standard Euro plugs and our adapters were no good. Also there is a safe in the room which you really should read the instructions for, er we didnt and it took us 30 minutes to discover how stupid we were. The resort pools are lovely but they are salt water so beware you can burn a lot quicker. One is also very cold and the other like bath water. There is a supermarket for those self catering and although its expensive it is close to hand. You can eat at any of the resort restaurants but would recommend walking along the promenade because the resort eateries are expensive. We had two soft drinks and they cost us €5 each! We went in the May and the resort was just starting to fill, it also appeared that its there low season and they started building works to the front of the hotel the second week of our holiday. This meant that we also had to contend with skips and diggers coming in and out of the loading bay again early mornng and early evening and had to avoid welding sparks and men with jack hammers when entering the hotel. Overall the resort is good and clean but can be expensive.
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- Also Known As:
- Parque Santiago Iv Hotel Playa De Las Americas
- Parque Santiago Villas Tenerife/Playa De Las Americas