H10 Conquistador Hotel

If you’re looking for a beach vacation in a stylish hotel, then Hotel H10 Conquistador is the place for you. It’s right on the boardwalk of Playa de las Americas, overlooking the beach. You’ll love the hotel’s elegant interiors, from the marble-lined lobby to the spacious, contemporary rooms. But the real stars of the show are the two lagoon pools, one boasting a waterfall and an island with day-beds. As well as a buffet restaurant, there’s also an Italian and Japanese a la carte, so you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Overview of Playa de las Americas

With year-round sun, great beaches and amazing nightlife, there’s a reason that holidays to Tenerife are so popular. Playa de las Americas is one of the island’s most popular destinations, and it’s easy to see why. Think a crop of black- and golden-sand beaches, a buzzing nightlife and lots of shopping. The stunning Mount Teide is visible from the town, and it’s the place to go if you’re looking to get out into nature. If you stay at Hotel H10 Conquistador, you’ll have all this on your doorstep.

Things to do in Playa de las Americas

You’ll probably want to spend most of your time on the beach or relaxing at Hotel H10 Conquistador, but there’s a lot to do in the area. Tenerife is a tax-free zone, so take advantage of the discount shopping by heading to the resort’s CC Safari Centre. This mall is packed with high-street stores and designer boutiques, so you can stop until you drop. Take a free shuttle bus to Siam Park, a Thai-themed waterpark on the resort’s outskirts. You’ll love white-knuckle rides such as the Mekong Rapids, as well as the floating market and artificial beach. A trip to Playa de las Americas will suit everyone. You can spend lazy days on the beach and evenings sipping cocktails, or get active on a hike or doing watersports. However you spend your time, you’ll return home with some fantastic memories.


Resort Summary

Here you’ll find families building sandcastles, friends dipping in and out of designer boutiques and more adventurous holidaymakers taking part in watersports. And that’s not to mention any number of people lounging on one of the resort’s many beaches.