Located in the town of San Miguel de Abona, the tourist success story of the south of the island, with Arona, Adeje and Granadilla.
"don't go there! "
We were staying in that hotel from 15 to 22 april. Not worth the money. Don't go there. Dirty bedrooms and not friendly staff. When I complained about the bedroom the lady at the reception said that it can't be true. Here you see the photograph. After we got another bedroom without any costs.
"Very relaxing break"
My boyfriend and I have recently returned from a very relaxing holiday here. We stayed for a week all inclusive. We loved the hotel, it was small and quiet which is just what we wanted. We loved being so close to the airport. We were at the hotel within an hour of landing. The breakfasts were lovely. I usually opted for freshly cooked pancakes and pastries. My boyfriend often had omelettes or fried eggs cooked to order. Lunches were a little limited but there was always something I fancied. They serve snacks (burgers, pizzas, chips etc) 11am - 1pm and I think they should do this for longer for those who don't want to use the buffet for lunch. The dinners were always a good standard. There was lots of choice. The puddings in particular were lovely. All the drinks we had were great. Good pool area with loungers around the pool and more on an upper terrace. We loved the double bed sun loungers but they were invariably bagsied by other people! Our room was pleasant and well cleaned every day. There's a coastal path directly outside the hotel. Great for leisurely walks. There are a few bars with music and pub quizzes close to the hotel as the hotel is a bit quiet some evenings. We had a great stay here. We would visit it again.
"Golf but no golf"
Great location close to airport. Good facilities and lovely people. We enjoy the quieter parts of the islands and this appealed as located right on the edge of the sea, crashing waves etc but otherwise calm.
"just bk from honeymoon "
4 star hotel with single star food !! 1st time we have done all inclusive and it will be the last , food below average and we gave up after 4 days and ate out at gullivers grillhouse and tapas bar further up road , these were excellent . drinks at hotel were good and the hotel is genuinly nice , lovely views out to sea , local bars and eating places good , but whole resort is a little quiet .
"Lovely visit, not sure 4*"
Just back from a weeks stay at Vincci, very good hotel overlooking the ocean, we were on the third floor in a double overlooking the sea, wonderful views, the hotel and room are cleaned daily to a reasonable standard only issue with regard to the room was the shower it needed to be replaced as it was old and tired although it did work with a bit of persuasion. The beds are a touch hard but never affected our sleep. We were B&B so we could use local restaurants, breakfast was pretty standard for all inclusive hotels nothing bad but nothing exceptional either. There are coastal walks to the East along a path to the front of the hotel which is lovely with restaurants and little bars which served good food and drink, to the west along the path is a little fishing village called Los Abrigos which also has small local restaurants & bars. To the north is the main square which has a selection of Bars & Restaurants mostly run by People from the uk which to be honest aren't that great but fine if you like chips,burgers & cheap pizzas but amongst them are a few gems, Gullivers Grill excellent steak house, Indians are freshly cooked as are the Chinese restaurants, one we did stumble on was EL Tiburon which had wonderful pasta brilliant service & lovely Red wine. All in all I don't think the hotel is a 4* a touch rough around the edges and local area is not what we like but still has everything you need. Very relaxing week would recommend a visit but we will not be returning.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM