You’ll find up-to-the-minute décor coupled with a peaceful atmosphere at this adults-only hotel.
This adults-only hotel looks like it belongs in an interiors magazine – there are funky design touches everywhere you turn. Other draw cards include three stylish pools and a piano bar playing live jazz.
There are two restaurants, with special mention going to the à la carte that does Med and Arabic fusion food. Location-wise, you’re a couple of minutes’ walk from the golden-sand Flamingo Beach and 15 from Playa Blanca.
Head to the buffet restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This place offers a variety of international dishes, with show cooking and themed evenings. During Winter dinner is from 6pm to 9.30pm. Special dietary requirements can be catered for if you give prior notice. This place comes with a dress code for dinner, it's a shirt and long trousers for gentlemen.
This place offers a mix of Mediterranean and Arabic cuisine for dinner. If you're staying All Inclusive you'll be entitled to one visit per stay. This place comes with a dress code for dinner, it's a shirt and long trousers for gentlemen. If you're a Privilege guest, breakfast can also be served here.
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Stayed at Timanfaya Palace for the 2nd time this year from 26 April to 2 May, a massive improvement has been made in my opinion in the quality of food. Hotel staff friendly & helpfull as always and the hotel is kept spotlessly clean & tidy. A special thank you to Ahaloma who always greeted us with a friendly smile & handshake in the Restaurant each day, also to E Van D for allowing us to have a late room checkout on our last day. Definitely the best 4* Hotel in Playa BlancaMore
April week in the sun
Huge hotel, exceptionally clean, let down by a poor restaurant that was effectively self-service buffet. Not sure that I expect a hello from staff at the restaurant entrance and then be told "go find a table", I would expect to be shown to a table. No table rotation system, people walked past your table constantly, not a calm comfortable eating experience at all. Bars were ok, pools were freezing and entertainment was dire.
We are used to cruise ships which we consider to 4/5 stars for everything. The Timanfaya albeit acceptable has room for improvement on several fronts.More
We found this hotel to be very good with the staff being totally amazing. It was lovely to see that the staff and management all worked together and enjoyed what they were doing, it was especially lovely to see staff singing and dancing. Nothing seemed to be too much trouble. All this added to a serenely relaxed atmosphere with no noise to disturb your relaxation.
We had a room on the 5th floor (ground floor was 4th) and the views were superb. In front was the sea, to the right the little lighthouse and Mountana Roja. Beautiful. The front door could do with a lick of paint or even a brass kick plate as it looked a little beaten by luggage being dragged against it but the room was large, airy and clean.
The food was very good quality and the menu was varied enough to stop you getting bored. A really nice touch was the bacon at breakfast, just like the bacon back home. Two things you must do. Eat at the Al-a-carte restaurant, food is totally amazing and go for coffee at Mikes.
The location was superb with a lovely promenade to walk along, which if you turned right as you left the hotel it would take you round the point to the lighthouse and if you turned left this would take you all the way to the harbour.
We tried to arrange late checkout but were glad we didnât as the hotel provided a courtesy room for us to wash and change prior to our departure which made up for it and didnât cost to boot. So, all in all, a winner for everyone.
There is so much to say for this hotel. Would we recommend the H10 Timanfanaya, absolutely.
It justs gets better!
We are back again to our favourite Hotel for one week, I'm writing this on the sunny balcony I asked for, I have often thought that they would find it hard to improve this place but I have been proven wrong.
The rooms are fantastic, the food is even better at breakfast lunch and dinner and the service of the staff in all areas is perfect.
The entertainment programme and shows in the evening are top quality, El Divo style group last night was brilliant.
We have come all inclusive with Privileges and it makes it so much better when just enjoying your day. Fresh Coffee in the rooms topped up daily, an endless free bar in the well stocked fridge ( stocked with my choices from th Privilege lounge!)
We are nearly half way through our stay and are being treated so well that we will have to come back very soon for a special birthday.
You will not be disappointed if you come here no matter what board you choose, they look after you in so many ways and I do not hear any negatives from anyone I talk to around the complex. Of course don't forget the gym, the treatment room for soothing massages and the indoor pool areas as well as a specialist coffee lounge and the Kasbah restaurant.
We have been to several H10 hotels, they are all good but, this one's great! Come, enjoy, and feel special at this wonderful hotel located on the southern end of Lanzarote.More
Third time staying, great as ever.
Third time we've stayed at this lovely Hotel, service from the cleaner to Manager, very pleasant experience. Our room was with a pool, and partial sea view very comfortable, with tea, coffe facilities, fridge, which you do pay for, but well worth having.
Safe in room, again you need to pay for this privilege, think a refundable deposit, would be a better idea. If I'm being really picky, then perhaps extra coat hangers, however I'm sure had I asked this would have happened.
Food excellent, and great variety, being all inclusive this time we sampled the a la carte, which was amazing. Drinks were good brands, waiters in Restuarant, very friendly, and professional.
Policy on sun beds is no towels on unattended beds before 9,30, past visits this has been adhered to, however this visit,when we first arrived, noticed this wasn't the case, which was annoying, however on probably the fourth day, the offending towels, and bags were lifted by security, and remaining days, much better, after the warning.
This is a beautiful Hotel run by first class staff, I will be back, disregard the previous reviews about old folks home, we met some lovely older people, and the clientele very mixed.More