Las Piramides Apartments
(Playa de Las Americas (Tenerife))
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Las Piramides Apartments was completely renovated in 2009, this apartment complex consists of 366 apartments spread over 4 floors, and generally attracts many young guests, couples and families.
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 2853 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Great for Money
Stay Date: 06/2017, sarah b wrote this review.
This hotel is great value you for money. The hotel was clean, the staff were friendly and the food was okay. Lunch was disappointing most days but breakfast and dinner were always good! The only things that could cause a problem for someone is that… See more
This hotel is great value you for money. The hotel was clean, the staff were friendly and the food was okay. Lunch was disappointing most days but breakfast and dinner were always good! The only things that could cause a problem for someone is that it's noisy. Although the hotel was great at moving us to a quieter part of the hotel I'd defiantly say this is not a family hotel but for 18s-30s holiday is great! Great location too! Oh and if you like you labelled spirits - all inclusive isn't for you :) Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2017, Emma G wrote this review.
Me and my boyfriend are here just now for a holiday. Was not expecting much after reading the reviews. The hotel is the opposite. Brilliant value for money! Highly recommend . Rooms are spotless. Close to the pubs and bars too.
Me and my boyfriend are here just now for a holiday. Was not expecting much after reading the reviews. The hotel is the opposite. Brilliant value for money! Highly recommend . Rooms are spotless. Close to the pubs and bars too. Collapse
10 nights in June
Stay Date: 06/2017, robbiet87 wrote this review.
Me and the girlfriend stayed here with her parents from 10th June 2017 - 20th June 2017 and was my first time abroad. The welcome we received after getting off the coach was great, easily checked in and show up to our room, which was a large apartmen… See more
Me and the girlfriend stayed here with her parents from 10th June 2017 - 20th June 2017 and was my first time abroad. The welcome we received after getting off the coach was great, easily checked in and show up to our room, which was a large apartment with adjoining door to her parents apartment, which we kept open during the day. Room was clean and tidy upon arrival, Clean shower room and toilet. Fresh towels brought up to our room every day, complete with kitchen area and food/drink making facilities, Room was cleaned every day also. The balcony was of decent size with 2 chairs and a table with balcony overlooking the smaller pool. Collapse
Not the best hotel but great location
Stay Date: 06/2017, jennyhilton30 wrote this review.
The hotel itself was okay but not brilliant by a long shot. The lobby was its best asset as it was clean and decorated well and one of the highlights for me was the massage chairs in the lobby which were lovely and really cheap for 1 euro for 5 minut… See more
The hotel itself was okay but not brilliant by a long shot. The lobby was its best asset as it was clean and decorated well and one of the highlights for me was the massage chairs in the lobby which were lovely and really cheap for 1 euro for 5 minutes or 2 euros for 10 minutes. It was in a good location as it was easy to get to bars, restaurants, the beach and other places. Ordering taxis and arranging things through reception was quick and easy however they were way overpriced on hiring things like fans and ironing boards and the WIFI was very expensive so we didn’t bother. We didn’t like the food much that was served on site and the hotel and found that breakfast at 9 euros was far too expensive so we went elsewhere for food. It’s fine if you were all inclusive but we were not. If all you want to do is sit by the pool, drink or get drunk and eat and you’re booking all-inclusive then its fine but if you’re not I wouldn’t advise to stay there. The Thompson rep at the hotel was super helpful and really lovely. He provided us with information and tips the whole week which helped us to enjoy the holiday to the maximum and he arranged to book excursions and stuff for us when we needed to. We were especially impressed with the restaurant he advised for us for my birthday meal which exceeded our expectations and more (Chill out restaurant in Los Cristianos). Same with the mini golf round the corner (ViVo mini golf) from the hotel which was the funnest thing I’ve done in ages. The mini supermarket in the hotel was helpful for getting little bits and bobs we needed as we were self-catering however they were a bit overpriced so we got most of our food and stuff from the supermarket, Dial Prix, round the corner near to Hotel Columbus. All the reception staff were friendly and helpful and the checking in procedure was quick and easy. The only downside was that we were only given one room key card between two of us which caused issues for us a couple sharing a room as we had to be together at all times or arrange a meeting time to ensure we could get into the room. The hotel had a lift which was fine however it was a bit small so trying to get myself and my luggage into it was a bit of squeeze and it was really stuff in there so we tended to us the stairs mostly during our stay. The room was okay but had its issues. We booked the hotel room on the strength of the description and photographs on the website which did not match up to the standard we received. While the apartment was clean to a point and the bins were emptied, we always found the floor to be dirty which was evidenced by the fact that if we went around in bare feet they were black and filthy after walking around on it. This is not the standard I would expect when booking through a reputable company. The kitchen area for self-catering was not good enough for a self-catering apartment. It was too small and it was difficult to cook there meaning we ended up going out most nights to eat which negated the point of being self-catering. Also the room was stuffy as there was no air conditioning meaning that we had to have the balcony door open at night which caused issues for us sleeping as there was a lot of noise coming from other hotel guests and from the strip nearby. We could have hired a fan but it was so expensive that we couldn’t afford to. The lighting in the room was terrible with the exception of the bathroom meaning that we had to get dressed and I had to get ready (makeup and hair) in the bathroom to get any decent light or have the curtain to the balcony opened. Also more plug sockets would have been nice as having only one caused me issues. I didn't like the fact that when booking there was no option for a double room only twin room meaning me and my partner wouldn't be able to share a bed while we were away which as a couple we wanted to do. The guests at the hotel were mostly all inclusive so we did find they were quite noisy so we tended to stay away from the hotel as much as we could. We didn’t like the fact that guests claimed sun loungers by the pool by leaving their towels on them and then going away meaning that sometimes there weren’t any sun loungers to use. This should not be a practice that is allowed. The pool itself was great however. It was always warm, even at 9am when we went swimming as the sun warmed it. The only criticism for the pool is that there should be toilet at poolside instead of us having to squelch over to the lobby toilet and make sure we didn’t drip all over the lobby floor. Also a clock by poolside would be great so we could keep an eye on the time. All in all it was an okay stay but we won't be staying there again. Collapse
Weeks Holiday in May
Stay Date: 05/2017, Mark D wrote this review.
We stayed here in May for a week on a self catering basis. Check in was easy and our room was excellent. It was a large apartment. The bathroom was massive. The kitchen area was however small in comparison with the rest of the accomodation. We had 3 … See more
We stayed here in May for a week on a self catering basis. Check in was easy and our room was excellent. It was a large apartment. The bathroom was massive. The kitchen area was however small in comparison with the rest of the accomodation. We had 3 balconies. There was no aircon but at the time of year this was not a problem. I cannot comment on the food and drinks as we chose to either eat out or get a takeaway from one of the many food place near to the apartments. The on site supermarket sold pretty much anything required and there were also plenty of shops nearby. The pool area was nice and we never really struggled to get sunbeds. We would stay here again , no problem. Collapse
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