I have just come back from H10 Oasis Moreque. Being a co owner of a travel agency and in the business for 10 years I hope to give an unbiased review. Firstly, the hotel I could not fault. The rooms are big and spacious all with ceiling fans and the cleaners do a great job every day. One piece of advice would be to pay extra for a sea view. We had an inland view looking towards the mountains but we did wish we had paid extra as its always nice to sit on the balcony overlooking the sea. Food was fantastic. Anyone who says its not up to standard is wrong. Plenty of choice. Restaurant was clean and the waiters on the ball. Lovely area outside to sit and eat your evening meal too. Beware of the pool area as it is quite small and compact.There seems to be a lot of repeat bookers mainly older clientele who have taken the best spots by when we came out of breakfast at half 9 in the morning. Speaking of that, this is the only negative for me but it is from a personal perspective. We were a young group ranging from 20 - 40 and to have some fun in the pool would mean evil glances from the 'older' residents and getting in from a few drinks at 2am would mean being followed like a hawk by security. I am 29 and not a big clubber but I still like to have a bit of a laugh on my holiday but felt a little uncormfortable at times. Ignore the brochures that say its next to the beach. If you like snorkelling by the rocks then fine but its not for sunbathing on. You need to walk out the back door and take a right and walk for approx 15mins to get the nice sandy beach which is nice but 15mins in the hot sun longer than you think to walk. Budget for the beach as it costs 9euros for 2beds. The resort itself was ok but not somewhere I would go back to as it was a little too quiet but for a great night out go to the Irish Times. There is a band playing there all summer called Celtic Confusion who are amazing and improvise with every instrument you can think of. You will soon be clapping and foot tapping along. I didnt see that many families with young children which suprised me. I know its not school holidays but expected more but I suppose that explains why it attracts older couples. The waterpark in Costa Adeje has some good rides and the dolphin show is worth the admission price (25euros per adult - not cheap) All in all, if you have booked then the hotel is spot on and you have nothing to worry about but if you are looking to book and are a family with children or a younger couple then maybe consider Costa Adeje or Las Americas as there is more going on there. As mentioned, we didnt go for a clubbing/drinking holiday but it was a little too quiet for us. One last thing is the taxi from Airport to hotel is 23euros each way and takes 15mins.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located facing the sea in the area of Los Cristianos, the H10 Big Sur (formerly H10 Oasis Moreque) is a new boutique hotel specialised in holidays for adults with an elegant and modern interior design with a very Mediterranean and cosy vintage touch. Discover all its services: Blue Bay Restaurant, Cactus Bar, new outdoor swimming pool area, chill-out terrace with sea views and Despacio Beauty Centre. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel H10 Big Sur Tenerife/Los Cristianos