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H10 Timanfaya Palace
Ranked #1 of 37 Hotels in Playa Blanca
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Norfolk, United Kingdom
Level 4 Contributor
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“Nice week in the Sun”
Reviewed February 5, 2013

Lots of good things about this hotel but some improvements would make it even better

Good Things

Large rooms with spacious bathrooms, very clean
Plenty of food and variety
Tasty food in the Kasbar a la carte restaurant which you can use once a week with AI
Delicious coffee and yummy cheesecake in Mikes coffee bar
A1 option was good value at 210 euros pp for a week, included premiem branded drinks
Good location and only 15 mins walk from the centre
Shop in hotel which sold newspapers
Staff friendly and helpful
Some decent singers in the piano bar

What improvements they could make

Its a 4 star hotel but theres no porters to take your cases to your room
Carpets in the corridors as its noisey when people are walking back to their rooms at night
The pool is absolutely freezing so needs heating, was empty the week we were there
Wifi is only available in the reception area, surely in this day and age it should be available anywhere, also you had to get a daily code
The safe was 27 euros and pool towels 20 euros - a bit steep
You had to move the kettle onto the floor as the lead didnt reach
No washing line on the balcony

We had a good time, have been to a lot worse 4 star hotels and have been to a lot better 4 star hotels. We were lucky with the weather, sunshine for the whole week.

Would we go back, probably not but thats only because we like to try different places and it has to really stand out for us to do the same hotel again.

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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 5, 2013

My husband and I have recently returned from Timanfaya Palace, our stay was for 10 nights, all inclusive from 24/01/13 - 03/02/13 booked via Thomson. This is an adult’s only hotel and has a lot of guests over the age of 50. As we are in our 20's we did feel a bit out of place for a couple of days, we did spot a few other younger couples but not many. This is not a young person’s hotel but that should not put you off as we had a fantastic time. From the airport we were dropped off first so that was nice, it took about 30-40 minutes on the coach, not long when you have amazing views and landscape to look at. Our Thomson rep on the coach highlighted certain areas of interest along the way too which was nice.

We had a really great time during our stay; on arrival you are welcomed to a very grand entrance and a glass of cava which is the norm for this hotel. The reception staff we feel could be a bit more helpful/talkative although the person that checked us in and out was a trainee so maybe we just had the short straw... Our room was number 116 which is on the 1st floor; however this does not mean you go up a level, in fact we went do 3 levels. Most of the hotels/homes in Lanzarote are designed this way so it doesn't spoil the landscape of the island. When we were told we were on the 1st floor I was quite nervous due to other reviewers saying that the ground/first floor levels are rubbish as there is no view etc. However we were really pleased with our room and its view. The room had a massive bed, must be queen-size, a desk/dressing table, two bedside tables, arm chair, coffee table, double wardrobe with a safe inside. The bathroom was also a good size with bath, overhead shower, and sink with a big counter top, toilet and bidet. Our balcony had a pvc table and chair set and our view looked over the garden/ sunbathing area and you could also see the sea. We did see some rooms that were on the ground level and you would not have been able to have seen what we did, so I can understand that some other reviewers had been upset with a ground floor room. When it comes to the noise, yes you can hear people upstairs but only if they are moving furniture or wearing high heels. This is because the floors are ceramic tiles and we are guessing that the floor below the tiles has not been insulated. Now and again you could hear a noise from the next room’s bathroom, but it would only ever be if they were banging the toilet seat shut. The noise did not bother us at all as we only ever heard noise when we were getting ready for dinner, which we presume that is what the others were doing. In the mornings, if you are a light sleeper then you will hear the maid’s trolley going up/down the corridor but luckily for us we were not light sleepers, we just heard it a few mornings when we were getting up early for trips. There are signs asking guests to be quiet when in the corridors and as long as guests respect that you shouldn't hear anything.
The maids make up your room daily and give you clean towels if you leave the old ones in the bath. They make the bed for you and I think they may give the bathroom a wipe down. As we were there for 10 days I think our room was swept and moped out maybe once or twice.

Food and drink were plentiful at this hotel, breakfast, lunch and dinner is in a buffet style were you helping yourself. Breakfast is always the same, breads, fresh fruit, yoghurts, jams, honeys, dried fruit, cereal, hams, cheese, and pastries. Then the hot food which has the English classics, sausage, egg, bacon. Then at the back of the restaurant at breakfast time you have chefs that can prepare you an omelette, bacon, fried eggs and pancakes. They also have a variety of chilled fresh smoothies which were always tasty! The waiters/waitresses were fantastic. They were always there as soon as you sat down to offer you tea or coffee. A tip we would recommend though is for you to take a cardigan/jacket with you so you can leave it over your chair, this is so they do not think you have left. One time we were away from our table as we were waiting for a fresh omelette and by the time we had come back our table had been re-laid and other guests sitting there. Lunch again was a buffet style with breads, cheese, hams, salads and hot foods with a variety of meats, veg, rice & chips etc and you could also have deserts which were a selection of cakes, fruit and ice-cream. We did not eat at the buffet hall much for lunch; we went to the pool bar which is outside in the garden area. There you could have a snack type foods on the all-inclusive package e.g. sandwiches, pizzas, burgers etc. They also serve other meals which were not on the all-inclusive package but never more than 10 euros. Dinner was great, every day they had a different theme, always check the table outside the dinner hall around lunch time so you can see what the theme is for that night. Our favourite night was Mexican and Chinese. Again you will have a selection of starters, salads, soups, breads, cheese, ham etc. Then the hot food with again meats, veg, rice, chips etc. Then at the back you would again have the chef’s preparing fresh food, with a variety of meats and fish, pasta etc. We would always try and have something from the fresh cooked food as it always looked so nice. Again the deserts were a selection of cakes, fruit and ice-cream. Sometimes on the fresh chef cooked area there would be hot desserts cooked which I always had as I don't like cake and ice-cream and fruit got a bit boring. The food is repetitive but we enjoyed the different themes every night. We cannot fault any of the waiters/waitress's as they work so hard, we sat in one section every night and our waiter had our drinks ready before our bum touched the seat. He was fantastic, sadly we did not get his name because his name badge had faded but we tipped him nicely at the end of our stay. We really loved him! The pool bar staff was great too, we really liked the two young girls that worked there. There is a manger for each section of the hotel and they all chipped in too working, something you do not see in the UK. It was really good seeing people actually wanting to work and going out of their way to want to help you. The hotel also has a coffee shop which is fab! We went there every day.

Entertainment at the hotel was also very good; they have an activity board which advertises everything they do. Unfortunately we cannot comment the daily activities as we did not take part in any other them. They have things like yoga, diving, and wine tasting. The evening entertainment was really good; they had a variety of things to offer in both the Piano Bar and the main entertainment show room. The piano bar is up on reception level and every nice had a different musical player, e.g. saxophone, piano, guitar etc. Then the performance act, in the show room you could see an act like singers, acrobats, magicians and the entertainment/management team did shows too. Ben the entertainment manager was so funny, especially when he was dressed in drag!

The outside area of the hotel has two pools, a Jacuzzi, outdoor chess, a dive centre, tennis court and crazy golf. The pools were really cold, took your breath away they were that cold, it was warmer in the sea. There is also a gym, salon and spa and the hotel which we did not use so cannot comment on much.

The hotel has computers that are 1 euro for 10 mins and 2 euro for 20 mins. The Wi-Fi for the hotel can only be accessed on reception level and you have to get a password each day from reception.

The resort and the location of the hotel is good, you are not far from a small beach and local shop/bars. If you exit the hotel from the back, turn right and carry on along the front you will pass the marina and come to more shops/bars/restaurants. There is also a lighthouse you can walk to and a volcano to walk up if you turn left. When leaving the hotel from reception if you go to the right and walk up the road and turn right you can get a bus that circles around Playa Blanca, however you can also go to the main bus station and get a bus to other destinations on the island. It is not a hilly area which I have heard other people say other resorts are; it is relatively a flat area.

Overall we have both said that we would go back to this hotel and recommend to others.

Room Tip: Rooms on levels 2/3/4/5 will have a better view
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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled as a couple
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cornwall
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Reviewed February 4, 2013

You can believe the travel agents when they say Lanzarote is an island of contrasts. You might want to accept that 'its lunar and volcanic landscape is breathtakingly beautiful' but actually, it really looks like a nuclear test site in the desert. The stunned silence during the coach drive from the airport speaks volumes.
However, things really pick up when you get to the coastal resorts. Lanzarote has very strict building regulations so all resorts are low rise, white painted and quite charming. There is lots of colourful planting, lots of mature palms, pleasant walkways and unlike many other Canary Islands we have visited, no street hassle. In our view, it is also the cheapest island for food, drink and shopping.
The Timanfaya Palace in Playa Blanca is an impressive hotel. Its architecture is modern /north african with much marble and glass, spacious grounds with large palm trees and kept immaculately clean. As it is now an 'adults only' hotel it is also very peaceful, particularly round the pools. Staff, including management, are well trained and very visible. You actually feel that they genuinely want to ensure you have a great holiday as opposed to the 'whatever' attitude of some other hotels/resorts.
We were lucky enough to get an upgrade to a Privilege seaview room which was just perfect. Spacious, recently refurbished with two double beds, large bathroom and sun terrace. It was also a very pleasant surprise to get other Privilege ''extras' for free, including free newspapers, free access to the North African a la carte restaurant and access to the Privilege Lounge with unlimited coffee, wine and spirits. Highly recommended!
Weather (end January2013) was superb - 24 to 27c all week - a main reason for booking a winter Canary Island holiday.

It is almost perfect for a weeks winter holiday. The only disappointment was the swimming pool. I had read many complaints on Tripadvisor before setting off regarding the temperature of the Timanfaya pools and reassured myself on receipt of two emails, one from Thomson and one from the hotel, that one was heated up to 24c. This was nonsense.
The hotel has one swimming pool, unheated and absolutely freezing !! Very, very few people were brave enough to try it and this was during a week averaging 25c. The other pool is a wading pool (3" to 3' in depth) and is heated but not to any reasonable temperature. I suspect the pump and filters need replacing. The only pool with pleasant temperature was the jaccuzzi.

We used the pools in other nearby hotels - no problems.

Thomson/Hotel management - please fix this and you have a perfect hotel in a lovely location.

Room Tip: The hotel has 5 floors. Go as high as you can and avoid level 1 (its actually below the ground level...
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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Macclesfield, United Kingdom
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Reviewed February 3, 2013

Following an enjoyable holiday last January at the Suite Princess in Taurito, Gran Canaria, we decided to book a similar package with Thomson this year, this time in the Timanfaya Palace.
Since we had appreciated the all-inclusive upgrade last year, which had given us rooms high up with sunbeds on the balcony and branded drinks, we went for what we expected to be a similar option at the Timanfaya Palace. It is known as ‘Privilege’ service and applies to rooms and services. It also adds a pretty large sum to your overall package! Since Thomson’s brochure stated that the ‘regular’ all-inclusive (AI) service included LOCAL alcoholic drinks, we assumed that the Privilege option would access branded drinks. It did indeed, but so did the ‘regular’ AI option ---- everybody got branded drinks! Bedrooms, too, are not ‘segregated’ according to the price paid. Although our bedroom (313) was indeed on the 3rd floor with a pool and sea view, it was not one of the re-furbished ones and although it had an enormous bed it had only one very uncomfortable ‘easy’ chair, and no sofa. We found that on either side of us were rooms with sofas that could be booked for regular half-board or AI guests, and we eventually moved into a room 2 doors along with a sofa. After its refurbishment in 2011, it seems the hotel has been left with a variety of different styles of room, but there is no logical way in which they are allocated. So gradually the truth was dawning on us, that the brochure blurb had persuade to take an option that we really did not need. What you do get with the Privilege option is the following:
• a coffee machine in the room (all other rooms had a kettle, anyway),
• a daily newspaper every day,
• use of the ‘Privilege’ lounge (without air-con, so like a greenhouse) with papers and drinks which were free to us anyway, and
• the opportunity to eat every night in the Kasbah a la carte restaurant. This was a surprise, because Thomson literature (and the hotel’s own webpage) mentions only one visit allowed per week; we strongly suspect the hotel had changed this rule for Privilege guests because without it the whole package would have been pretty well worthless for the money paid.
• Free safe hire.
The ‘Kasbah’ did have a much nicer ambience than the Buffet, but the menu –which was a somewhat odd mixture of Mediterranean and N.African cuisine with no vegetables on offer for most main courses---was very limited if you were using the restaurant for the full fortnight (no change of menu each week).
I hope then that the message will be loud and clear, that unless the services mentioned above are important to you, the Privilege service as it stands at present is a waste of your money.

What a shame, because in every other respect (except perhaps the rather dodgy weather in our first week) we had a great time. The buffet is busy and varied and probably best at breakfast and on the ‘theme nights’. If you like good coffee, ask your waiter for ‘nespresso’,which is heaps better than the jugs of the undrinkable stuff served up at breakfast. We ate in the pool Bar/Restaurant most lunchtimes; the ‘fish of the day’ was beautifully cooked and the prawns in garlic were to ‘die for’! Service here (particularly from Carlos and Laura) was excellent, as it was also in the Kasbah a la carte restaurant. Juan and Denise did a marvellous job keeping their customers happy although most of the time they were severely ‘stretched’ and could have done with more help.
We particularly enjoyed the entertainment in the disco lounge at 9.30. This included great acrobatic and magic acts, Flamenco and Tango.
The Thomson Duo (Steph and Salvatore) were OK, but appeared far too often and for far too long! The Piano Bar, though stunning in appearance, was disappointing musically. We had enjoyed a lot of dancing at Taurito, but not here. We think there should be some early evening options for dancing; after the 9.30 show, the Disco Lounge emptied and the animation team were rarely able to entice people on to the dance floor.
The hotel has a truly lovely position on the seafront with just the pedestrian promenade (running a whole 7km from the lighthouse to the new Marina) separating it from the sea.
We found the bus service somewhat unreliable, and found car hire for a few days useful and very reasonably priced. Book with the lady from Autos Cabrera sitting in Reception; the Thomson reps admitted she was cheaper than their rates! We paid 52 euros all included for 2 days and you can collect and return the car at the hotel.
We didn’t take any ‘official’ excursions from the hotel, but booked direct with a company in town to go to the big Sunday market at Teguise and saved 6 euros each.
Playa Blanca is a lovely resort which we shall be happy to return to.

Room Tip: Please see my comments in the review! Rooms numbered 12 to 20 on each floor should be quite central...
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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled as a couple
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SOUTHAMPTON
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Reviewed February 3, 2013

Spent a week here last month & had a pleasing time. We met our Austrians friends there & always managed to get a table for eight .Food was what I expected when catering for such large numbers ,but always found something I liked .There is a microwave to use, which I did at breakfast time( I do like hot baked beans ) ! Found the staff friendly .We paid for a sea view room & had a bottle of wine waiting in our room to welcome us .Some rooms are far away from the lifts so if you have difficulty walking you may need to check the location of your room .Weather was sunny in the day but you need a cardi for the evenings . The walk into Playa Blanca is very easy to do -past lots of shops ! We hired a car for a day & found lots to see .Noticed the very unpleasant smells near the mini golf area -not nice .

Room Tip: We enjoyed our sea view room
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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled with friends
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Wilts
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Reviewed February 3, 2013

It's the first time we have been away for Christmas and also our first all inclusive package so didn't really know what to expect. The hotel is lovely, in a superb location, very clean, quiet and relaxing. The customer age group over Christmas was quite elderly and as we are a good 20 - 30 years younger than the average it did feel in the evenings a bit like being in a saga resort. There is a variety of entertainment which does appeal more to an older clientele such as a piano player or saxophone player churning out what I call "lift music". There is a separate entertainment suite with a different show each night but the room reminded me of a 1970's cabaret club with rows of lounge seats and glitter balls.
As the week moved toward New Year, the older guests were leaving and younger guests arriving so maybe it was just unique to Christmas. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone under 35 however.
The outdoor space is very well laid out with plenty of sun beds and different areas to relax and soak up the sun. I didn't try the pool but was told it was freezing, not a huge surprise in December. The hire car lady in reception is very efficient and good value for money. We hired bikes from a shop,in playa blanca as you have too book the ones in the hotel a day in advance. It's well worth doing as you can cover a lot of ground. Playa blanca is quite a stretched out resort from the light house to the rubicon marina so bikes made exploring much easier.
Don't go to timanfaya in a hire car as only organised coaches are allowed in to the lava fields so you pay an entrance fee to visit the restaurant car park. Definitely make the effort to climb the volcano behind the hotel, the views are amazing. We didn't go to fuerteventura as we were told by other guests that it isn't very nice, more like a tacky seaside resort and not worth the journey. Do visit papagayo beach. We cycled there in an hour. Don't believe the myths about there being no refreshments as there is a very nice bar/cafe next to the car park and beaches. There are several beaches in playa blanca with something for everyone so make the effort to travel along the bay if you can. It's a lovely walk along the promenade right next to the sea too.
The all inclusive deal was excellent value for money. The pool bar serves excellent food, less fussy than the buffet. The main restaurant is as everyone describes, very large and noisy, loads of people and tables very close together. The food is quite good, not amazing but plenty of choice with a different theme each day. The Christmas gala buffet was especially good. You never go hungry, there's something for everyone and the staff are very attentive. We had our one included meal,in the Kasbah restaurant which was very good but the atmosphere was lacking. Maybe we had got used to the busyness of the main restaurant and by comparison this was too quiet. Drinks in the bar are very generous measures of top quality brands served by friendly staff. You can ask for bottled water from any bar to take to your room or out for the day.
Overall we got what we went for, a relaxing break and a dose of sunshine in a very nice hotel on a lovely island. Would I go back? Yes. Would I recommend it to friends & family? Yes again.

Room Tip: There are horror stories about the basement rooms. We didn't have one but took a look at them...
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  • Stayed December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Durham UK
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Reviewed February 3, 2013

This was our second visit to the Timanfaya Palace - and was every bit as good as the first. The location is fine - you can walk to the lighthouse or the marina or if feeling extra energetic - along to the papagaya beaches. Or you can just laze around on the sunbeds which are well spaced out - and enjoy the sun. However the pools are just too cold at this time of the year to be able to swim very much at all.
The food was good but agree with previous reviews re the breakfast tea and coffee. We take our own tea bags from home and use the coffee sachets from the bedroom. We enjoyed the entertainment in the Piano Bar each evening after our meal - although some of the musicians did seem to be enjoying playing much more than others.
All in all we had a great week particularly after great problems getting there - cancelled flights, snow etc. and will be returning next year.

Room Tip: Pay for the sea view!
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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Property: H10 Timanfaya Palace
Address: C/ Gran Canaria, 1 | Montana Roja, 35580 Playa Blanca, Lanzarote, Spain
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