Enjoy a relaxing holidays on this accessible hotel only for adults in Playa de las Americas, at South Tenerife. Playa de las Americas area is perfect to take a pleasant walk along the promenade and enjoy the multiple services it offers. Tenerife South Airport is only 15 minutes drive away from this accessible hotel only for adults in Tenerife.
This accessible hotel was built in 2003 and is part of a shopping centre with a varied commercial offer. At the hotel, you will find an outdoor swimming pool with a hoist and a solarium terrace. Moreover, it has a hot tub and two saunas. Every morning they offer a buffet breakfast and they also have an exclusive restaurant. The rooms are spacious and fully equipped with air conditioning, telephone, TV via satellite and a minibar. Some of the rooms have amazing views to Arona. The hotel offers accessible rooms with adapted bathrooms with all the amenities. It is to say that there’s a parking.
Just 10 minutes walk away from the hotel you will find Playa de las Vistas, a white sand and crystalline water beach. This accessible beach has access ramps, adapted toilets and showers, resting areas and, in addition, they provide amphibious chairs and crutches with escort service. Besides, its promenade is also fantastic to take a stroll along it and enjoy its services.
What our guests most like is the excellent accommodation and the fantastic attention from the personnel. Our guests love the location of the hotel, is perfect to enjoy they accessible beaches and to take long strolls along the promenades. The fact that the hotel is part of a shopping centre is also very attractive for our guests.
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