H10 Las Palmeras Hotel

As well as being home to four restaurants, four bars and a coffee shop, the H10 Las Palmeras Hotel has bagged a winning spot right next to the sea. The hotel is fresh and modern throughout. This includes the bedrooms that have a nautical look that mirrors the surroundings.

Two pools sit side by side on the outdoor terrace, with sunloungers and trees framing them – and kids also get a pool to themselves. After sunset, the Imagine Bar is where to head for live performances, but if you fancy a chilled evening, head to the stylish Lobby Bar.

Overview of Playa de las Americas

Playa de las Americas is the most popular resort on the Canary Islands. When you head to this beautiful location on your holiday to Tenerife, you can spend your days browsing designer stores, lounging on one of the many beaches or visiting the nearby waterparks.

But a stay at the H10 Las Palmeras Hotel provides fun morning, noon and night, because after dark, the resort comes alive with dozens of bars and clubs that stay open until the early hours.

Things to do in Playa de las Americas

The H10 Las Palmeras Hotel is just a stone’s throw away from a sandy beach. It also has plenty of bars, pubs and restaurants right on the doorstep.

If you fancy working on your swing in the sunshine, then the nearest golf course is only four kilometres away. With views out to sea, gorgeous sunshine and beautifully maintained fairways, there’s plenty to keep you smiling even if you’re having a bad round.

If you’re after family-friendly fun, head to Siam Park. Kids and parents alike can slide down the Naga Racer or splash around in the Lost City. If you’re after high-octane thrills, then shoot down the Tower of Power.

From daytime until well into the night, there’s always plenty going on in Playa de las Americas. You’ll leave having discovered a new favourite holiday destination.

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.