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I was not impressed with this hotel at all. Yes, the location is perfect, however, the rooms, albeit clean are tired. The terraces were all out of bounds due to work being carried out. I wish I had been informed of this before I went!...More
I stayed in the hotel for 2 nights and had a great experience. The location is right on the spot close to the port and many restaurants. The hotel is not the newest but they have refurbished the rooms (at least where I was 1st...More
Stayed here for 1 week, booked through Norwegian IT-agency Ving. For some reason they market the hotel as "Hotel Plaza Tenerife", maybe they fear competition if individual guests book through the Adonis chain in stead? Breakfast (included) is served in the sister hotel Adonis Capital...More
We have stayed many times at this hotel and always enjoyed it. However, this time there was noisy refurbishment work going on which started early in the morning and this will continue for several months. Breakfast was in their sister hotel opposite, where more work...More
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For the second time we were directed to this hotel by a notice on the door of the Adonis Capital the hotel that we originally booked, our reason for booking the Capital was that it had large balconies overlooking the square having been in this...More
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St Andreas is the nearest - possibly only - easy to reach beach. It's man made with imported golden sand. St Andreas is a very small, but nice town. It is worth checking out the restaurants there, especially for the fresh... More
St Andreas is the nearest - possibly only - easy to reach beach. It's man made with imported golden sand. St Andreas is a very small, but nice town. It is worth checking out the restaurants there, especially for the fresh fish. We walked there once, following the coast, but it is a dull and unattractive walk which took ages. The bus service is cheap, regular and easy and takes about 15-20 minutes I think. (You should double check the time, I'm relying on my memory). If you have access to a car, it's easier still. If you look at the Santa Cruz map and follow the coast northwards, you'll see the beach location.