Mediterranean Palace

Situated in an amazing location on the sandy beach, the Mediterranean Palace is quite a place. There’s a big pool, a plunge pool and another for the kids, with a world of activities on offer. What’s more, the local bars, shops and eateries are all on the doorstep. Food-wise, there’s a buffet restaurant serving food all day. You can dine outside under the stars, and there’s a cool poolside bar serving snacks and juices. There’s a beach bar, sports bar and terrace bar here, too, so you won’t go thirsty. For even more action, Los Cristianos is just over one kilometre away.

Overview of Playa de Las Americas

Fun-packed holidays to Tenerife usually mean one thing: a trip to the bright lights of Playa de Las Americas. The sun is a constant fixture, and the sandy beaches are more than inviting. So if you’re up for lazy days and soaking up the glorious sunshine, this is your place. And then there’s the nightlife. This part of the world is built for fun, with top-quality bars and clubs tailor-made for hedonism. The duty-free shopping is good, too, as are the many excellent tavernas. All this action is under a mile from the Mediterranean Palace.

Things to do in Playa de Las Americas

Playa de Las Americas is all about the nightlife. The resort is brimming with late-night bars and clubs. The beaches are also popular, and if you happen to be staying at the Mediterranean Palace, you have a lovely beach right there. If water-based fun is your bag, Siam Park is an epic water park, constantly voted the world’s best on TripAdvisor. If you want to immerse yourself in the culture, there’s also the Los Cristianos Carnival in March, which is a lot of fun. It’s a 24-hour fun-fest at Playa de Las Americas! You’ll never be bored, but that doesn’t mean you have to burn the candle at both ends. The beaches are stunning and the great weather means lazy days and long dinners can easily be on the menu, if you prefer to go at a slower pace.

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.