Las Piramides Apartments
(Playa de Las Americas (Tenerife))
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Las Piramides Apartments consists of 366 apartments spread over 4 floors, and generally attracts many young guests, couples and families.
All of the apartments are designed with your comfort in mind. Guests are welcomed in the lobby with a 24 hour reception desk, a currency exchange desk and lifts.
Culinary options include a charming cafe, a bar and a la carte restaurant. Moreover, there is a small supermarket, a hairdressing salon and public Internet access for an additional charge.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 336
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- In Room Safe
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2953 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Apartment and half board review
Stay Date: 08/2017, Sarah S wrote this review.
Once booking through Thomas Cook, we recently read the reviews and were worried what we would find once we reached the hotel. The check in and waiting times were great at Bristol air port, arrived at Tenerife to find our transport bus, which turned … See more
Once booking through Thomas Cook, we recently read the reviews and were worried what we would find once we reached the hotel. The check in and waiting times were great at Bristol air port, arrived at Tenerife to find our transport bus, which turned out to have a flat battery and gave us a 30 minute delay. After changing buses we were the first drop off. We arrived at the hotel at 10pm, and were taken to our two bedroomed apartment 2106. We made sure that we checked the room before we unpacked, ready to go and complain, but there was no need. The apartment was lovely, big bathroom, with plenty of towels, good sized kitchen with fridge/freezer/kettle/microwave/2 ringed hob. Very large lounge/dining room with large table and chairs for six people, sofa and one chair, and a camp bed in this room too. The bedrooms were lovely, large beds with plenty of wardrobe space. We found the beds mattresses quite hard, but I suffer with a bad back. The air conditioning was a pleasant surprise, as after the reviews we thought we would have to pay, but did not. There were only a few plug sockets, but we took an extension lead so all the mobiles could be charged! Our balcony furniture consisted of a table and brolley; three sun beds and four chairs, and the best bit......it overlooked the pool....which was a delight. The only frustration was that all the BRITS were reserving all the beds around the pool whilst they went out for the day, which did not leave any for those who were staying on site. The hotel over all, was very good, the staff were very attentive, the cleaners changed the beds once, and emptied the bins once but gave us towels when ever we asked for replacements. The restaurant staff were very attentive and pleasing, we looked forward to the food each visit. Breakfast was buffet style with everything you could imagine, full english, european breakfast, toast, yogurt, fresh fruit, pancakes, fruit juice, water, coffee, and the evening meals were different every night. selection of salads, pastas, meat, potatoes, chips, paella, chicken nuggetts/fish fingers, veg... We did Siam park which was amazing and not to be missed 10/10 and we paid for all inclusive, which meant we could pass all the queues on rides and eat and drink unlimited, including wine and cider. We did the catamaran trip for whale/dolphin watching but whilst it was good, the sea was very rough and my husband and son spent the whole trip being ill, along with many other passengers, and so that was a waste of money. But the staff were very good and attentive. All in all, we would go back again no problem. I would not book a hotel room, but apartment. There were some noisy guests, but that is gonna happen as they go and do young people things in the evening/night. Collapse
Honest review of this resort
Stay Date: 08/2017, c_weynberg1 wrote this review.
This wasn't our first choice, but the flights were not available.When arrived our room wasn't available, so we had to wait but we were able to use the facilities.We got into our room at 3-15pm.We were room number 1019, first floor.There was three of … See more
This wasn't our first choice, but the flights were not available.When arrived our room wasn't available, so we had to wait but we were able to use the facilities.We got into our room at 3-15pm.We were room number 1019, first floor.There was three of us, 2adults and a 15yr old. When we got into our room, be it very clean, it was obvious that it was a 2 person room with a camp bed fitted in. The room was already like a sauna, then we found out that there was no air con.You had to rent a fan, that all it done was blow warm air around.The upper floors were able to leave patio doors open whilst asleep, we couldn't. So if you are visiting ask for upper floors.The pool area is like sardines, with many people saving sun beds, leaving their rubbish everywhere. If you are expecting entertainment, it is only between 10 a 10-30 at night, there is nothing during the day.We couldn't fault the food (we were all inclusive), there was always plenty to choose from, would totally recommend the fresh bread at breakfast. Collapse
For a Holiday on a budget
Stay Date: 08/2017, Dan H wrote this review.
We had read a number of reviews, albeit after we had already commited and booked. Something we thought we would live to regret, however a holiday is what you make it and our experience was quite good. Its not a 4 or 5 star, but as a flip doesn't host… See more
We had read a number of reviews, albeit after we had already commited and booked. Something we thought we would live to regret, however a holiday is what you make it and our experience was quite good. Its not a 4 or 5 star, but as a flip doesn't host a thousand rooms like some hotels in the area. Las Piramides is a hotel that, although seems to be in some sort of architectual and decorative timewarp of the early 1980's offers a good holiday on a budget, that is centrally located to both ends of Playa Das Americas bay and strip. The lobby is shaded, but has some odd bamboo decor and mismatched flooring and thick support pillars. Once a room is allocated, staff do take you towards your room along some quite dingey corridors and clunky elavators. The room we'd booked was a one bedroom apartment, and in the rear temple(!)/complex. It was clean, spacious and had three balconies overlooking the pools and evening entertainment of the hotel next door. For the four of us, Two adults, and our teenage boys it was fine. The kitchen area was good for cooking basic meals - we were self catering as we prefer to do our own thing on holiday, so did actually use the kitchen for breakfasts and a couple of meals. Back to the rooms, there were only a couple of things that could be better: Air Con or free fans would be the first as it got really warm at night! and the second there was a significant lack of clothes storage - other than a small wardrobe, a chest of drawers would have been really apprieciated so as we didnt have to live out of one of the suitcases. The bathroom was fine, with a stack of white towels supplied, and a shower - the glass door didn't stay closed, so a bit of water gets out, but hey - put one of the towels down. One thing I will say, as others have mentioned: The maids just let them selves in. We didnt see a schedule when they would clean either. Not once did they knock. They just walked in. The timing of when they might turn up, was impossible to predict. A couple of times at like 8am when we were all asleep. I had to have strong words about this, they were apologetic but they don't really speak English - Not a problem but my Spanish is limited too...Even locking the door can be overided by the card entry. And our Do Not Disturb card went missing which didnt help. During our stay of two weeks, we saw a range of age groups from families of varying kids ages, smaller groups of Guys and Girls for shorter breaks. We didnt experience any issues with other guests. Music is played around the pool - good! Most give out there inflatables and pool footballs to the kids when they leave. All very friendly. The pools were generally well maintained and busy throughout the day until around 3.30-4pm. Both got the sun from 9.30 right through til 6pm+ and the odd pyramid shape of the main building seems to help with reducing shadows of the building. The ground did get pretty hot the same as most places with stone floors, but nothing flipflops cant handle. Yes there was a bit of a race for sunbeds at 8.50am but where isnt there nowadays? I didn't have any issues getting somewhere to sit in the two weeks we were there. A few more umbrellas would have been welcome though, as the sun is pretty intense after midday. The main pool is large, clean and refreshing from the heat, and the kiddy pool is very warm. There is a well stocked on-site minimarket and the prices are very reasonable. Drinks and snacks are cheap, and if you need suncreams and holiday tat - they've got you covered. Beer is cheaper than soft drink equivelant, so make your choice. If you want to cook with food such as meats, fish and fresh veg, there is a supermarket around 250m away at the bottom of the road, turn left. The evening Entertainment: Generally - Poor. The function room is incredibly dated and has thick pillars obscuring the view of the "stage". Its a bit like a community centre back from the 80's. The acts were as dated, so I took our boys to see the Birds of Prey one evening, but that was it. We stayed about 30 mins. I can't comment on the A/I as we were self catering, however should you want to eat out, your choices are vast for where to eat in the very close vicinity. All are offering a good selection of menus. Budget to Good Dining are covered within a 4 minute walk. Prices range from under €10 fixed selection 3 course menus to prices on par with the UK right now. If you are out in the day, a pint of beer is under €1.50. Most have offers to get you in, so do haggle! Can't hurt and we got free drinks or starters etc. The same for cooked english breakfasts - you can pick these up at around €3 each! Cheaper than buying in really! The beach is around 7-10mins walk from the hotel then up to you which way you turn...Both ways are flanked with good shops and restaurants. Shops in the area range from some really good fashion outlets, to the usual tat shops but many are open late. There are a fair few Looky Looky men selling the fake gear. They did not come into the hotels. All of them seemed pretty friendly though. Siam Park is only 15-20mins walk. Probably quicker than catching the free buses, which get very busy, especially when the park closes. Ask the hotel rep for directions. It's very easy. Las Piramides is what it is. Its a hotel that could desperately do with some modernization, but is cheap, generally well maintained and a good base for the locality in easy walking distance from the resort. You could do worse. I've given this a 4 star as we had a great holiday, not because its a 4 star with the associated trimmings. Collapse
Budget Budget Budget
Stay Date: 08/2017, Robert G wrote this review.
This is a budget accommodation only option if you are young and care free. No entertainment , No Aircon anywhere, No free wifi, Not enough Sunbeds even for the paying visitors and when the non paying locals turn up and the lifeguard takes the used be… See more
This is a budget accommodation only option if you are young and care free. No entertainment , No Aircon anywhere, No free wifi, Not enough Sunbeds even for the paying visitors and when the non paying locals turn up and the lifeguard takes the used beds off anybody not sitting or lying on them it gets a little confusing. The whole design is pre 1970 and should be flattened and replaced with a new up to date hotel Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2017, Ben K wrote this review.
It's nothing special. expect average food, poor hotel rooms, no air con, loud guests, busy pool, rooms of 3 are two beds and a camp bed. But, its cheap and you get what u pay for. For a "lads holiday" its pretty good, what you would expect, and lots … See more
It's nothing special. expect average food, poor hotel rooms, no air con, loud guests, busy pool, rooms of 3 are two beds and a camp bed. But, its cheap and you get what u pay for. For a "lads holiday" its pretty good, what you would expect, and lots of guests doing the same. location is good. Don't go for a relaxing holiday. Collapse
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