Returned to Tenerife a year later and am writing this from the comforts of the 5 star Costa Adeje Gran hotel a few miles up the road.
If you're looking for a hotel thats central las americas, in the clean, up market part with a good selection of bars less than 50 metres away and with excellent all roun facilities - look no further.
Yes, as many people say in previous reviews, the majority of the clientele are 60+, so as a couple in our mid 30's it did feel a little strange but believe me, the oldies have got it right with this one.
The rooms are simply lovely, great double beds with proper a matress and crisp white linen and a quality finish throughout...our room had a slimline plasma which was a nice touch. None of those 2 single beds shoved together to form a makeshift double, and yes... very comfortable...a really good night's sleep with zero yobs anywhere nearby.
So, the pool area: Not huge but big enough to not feel crowded and the highlight being the heated pool which makes all the difference in the winter season, and it is immaculate.
No on site music that I can recall, but you have headphones right?
On site pool bar but if you like to save the pennies you can pop to the suprrmarket literally 20 metres away and bring a few tins back - theres probably someone from management cringing right now but people who are loyal regulars to this hotel indulged in this practice which no one seemed to mind.
Yes, the fixed sun canopy is a bit unique and dare I say not the best solution and should be looked at as outlined in many other reviews but it won't make you think youve made a bad choice - come on vulcano management! spend a few euros and make a wekcome change.
Here's one of the most important points: Food.
Simple answer - great.
This is our 3rd consecutive time to the islsnd, volcano delivers the best food by a mile. Stopped in the iberostar previously and gran hotel costa adeje at the time of writing but the volcano delivers the goods.
Quality, choice and more organised. Yes, the Adeje is a 5 star opposed to the vulcanos 4, but you feel relaxed compared to the school dinner experience in the Grand.
The baths are slippy so request a bath mat - an elderly lady slipped and broke her hip during our stay.
Drinks with your meal - pricey and adds up if you dont keep an eye on it, even if youre a bottled water afficionado.
Would we return? In a heart beat.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Spring Hotel Vulcano is strategically placed in the nicest part of Playa de las Americas. Next to the beach, the best shopping and entertainment area and 1 km from an 18-hole golf course Las Americas. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Vulcano Tenerife
- Vulcano Hotel Tenerife
- Hotel Tenerife Volcano
- Vulcano Tenerife
- Spring Hotel Vulcano Tenerife/Playa De Las Americas