Bahia Flamingo

Avenida La Gaviota, nº3, Puerto de Santiago, Tenerife, Canary Islands, 38683, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puerto de Santiago

Tourist-ing Out in Tenerife

A travel blog entry by mike_erin


... Gran Canaria for our last week here before we are off to London! It's sure been nice to be warm this last week, especially when I hear for family and friends that it's been hovering around -30 at home. Sorry guys ;). Adios! M&E *Note (warning, it's gross): Mike doesn't do cockroaches. You find a spider anywhere and he'll take care of it, but he will have nothing to do with a cockroach attack. This is understandable as this particular fellow was about 2 inches long and ...

Hop On Hop Off Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by dixiej


... a ship in the morning and when we were getting back to the ship that afternoon, to see them finish and take off immediately. Before we left, another ship docked in its place.

The high speed car ferries make regular trips to other islands. The docks are so long that a bus picks you up at the ship and takes you to the street at the beginning of the dock for 4 euros. We decide to walk it. We decided to forego any shore excursions ...

Forget About the Price Tag

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe

... 0px; margin: 0px;">Just wanna make the world dance
Forget about the price tag.
It ain’t about the ker-ching, ker-ching
Forget about the (yeah) bling-bling
Just wanna make the world dance
Forget about the price tag.

Meanwhile, it was just Maria singing and Dong had disappeared, but when ...

En Route to Cape Verde

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe

... We enjoyed another couple of drinks each before spotting George and Barbara and going over to sit with them, where we spent some time reminiscing about the Funchal cruise before it was time to go to dinner at 6.00pm. Right now,Braemar was crossing the Tropic of Cancer, so fair weather and warmer waters beckoned.

I decided to give dinner a miss and just join the others on table 123 at the coffee stage. I often miss meals on cruises because ...

La Guancha - Los Gigantes - Otley

A travel blog entry by valfinucane

Last day but no rush as evening flight. We pack and tidy, make salad rolls for the journey out of left overs! We leave to complete the round trip of the island by heading south to Lis Gigantes. These dramatic cliffs don't disappoint. They are high, black with a sheer drop to the blue ocean. The weather is much warmer in the south, wish I'd put more sunscreen on. Driving along the coast to Puerto de Santiago then a stop for afternoon coffee at Playa de San ...


This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida La Gaviota, nÂș3, Puerto de Santiago, is near Los Gigantes.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Bahia Flamingo Puerto de Santiago

    Who gave it a 3* Rating?


    Booked the Bahia Flamingo as a last minute holiday and sounded good from the spec but definitely not a 3* hotel. Woke a very surprised German in the middle of the night when we arrived as they have given us both the same room. We were moved and given a very poky room but it did have a comfy double bed just a shame the sheets on it were for a single. The hotel does look nice from the outside as it was recently renovated and it has a nice view, but there is a constant smell of drains everywhere in the hotel and the pool was not cleaned once while we were there. The food was poor, breakfast was served cold (even the cooked full English) but they kindly put a microwave in the dining room just in case you like your food warm. We both had dodgy tummies after eating there so gave it up as a bad job and had some fantastic meals out. Good for drinks during the day but don't expect any on a night unless the minimum queue of 30mins is your idea of fun. Had a pathetic shower not enough pressure to make it drip but complained and maintenance turned up the water pressure and all was fixed, seems they think we use too much water so keep turning it down to see if you notice!! The area is good though, would definitely go back but would not stop in this hotel, Very basic would give it 1*

    Basic and friendly hotel - poor food


    Having just returned from a last minute holiday at the Bahia Flamingo, I thought I should share my experiences.

    Fun at the bahia flamingo


    Had a last minute holiday to the bahia at the end of august. We had agreat week. The rooms basic but clean. Maids every day except sunday. We were all inclusive, and there was a good choice of food for everyone. I'm a chef and not so easy to please but i found the food good. All the staff were very friendly and helpful. We had a poolside room which didn't have a seaview, but that was better for us as we didn't fancy running up and down all the stairs if we needed anything. Plus the bar was just a steps away too. The only thing wrong was there was no crisps or icecream inbetween meals and they were expensive from the bar. The entertainment was ok. The entertainment manager PEDRO was ace. Very funny and friendly, join in his games. Its all good fun. Say hi to him from maddog. Would reccomend it, but only for a week. The lifeguards around the pool are good too, they actually do their job and watch out for dangers. Enjoy your rholiday we did.

    Another positive comment...


    Read a review about a "shower tray"....maybe the bathrooms have been modernised as well BECAUSE me and my friend had a room in the middle of the hotel which was one of the smallest (but still an average hotel room, nothing lacking)...and that had a new looking bath and on the wall shower. Not just a shower cubicle. Our friends had end of block rooms which were HUGE in comparison, and they also had a shower and well as extra sections, almost like a mini appartment. No air conditioning, although the overhead spinning fan cooled us down a lot and room had double curtains to keep the sun out at peak times as well.

    Worst hotel


    I booked a last min trip for my wife, myself my 2 year old grandaughter. I was not expecting perfection, but this was the worst hotel I had stayed in. We booked out after 3 days. There is no management in place. At breakfast on the first morning (0730 -1000) we arrived at 0940. What was left was not replaced. There was a long line for tea & coffee (most using bowls as there were no cups) at 1000 I asked the waitress (only 2 working) for a cup and was told ''1000 all finished'' everything had been removed. I complained to reception and was told that my complaint would be given to the manager. The food lacked imagination or variety. As this hotel does All inclusive the drinks are served in the smallist glasses possible (even if you are paying) on Sunday night at about 2215 I asked for a coffe and Brandy. No coffee no Brandy. When thay realised I would pay, I could have what I wanted. The pool (for children) was freezing and dirty. I had to repair the shower and the flush every day. On the Monday morning I booked myself another hotel. When I checked out at reception I enquired if there was an answer from the manager I was told 'No, but he is hardly ever here', when I said that I was going to complain I was told 'you will not be the first'

    Good location, mediocre food


    I had read bad reviews of this hotel after I had booked a last-minute holiday there and was worried about this. I tried to change the hotel as a result but was unable to.

    One of my best holidays


    When we arrived at the Hotetur Bahia Flamingo we found out that they were not expecting us due to Expedia not sending out the information. The hotel was also fully booked. However the hotel quickly found us another hotel (which was also of high quality) until a room was available. They also paid the taxi fares to and from the hotels.

    Do not eat !!!!!


    The hotel is correct... but do not eat there ! The food is ugly, and I sppeak in healthy term : ice cream box not clean, food from the day before (even chips)... Be careful !!!!

    Definitely not a 3 star hotel - 2 star more like


    poor standard for a 3 star hotel; although they are doing building/renovating work currently - gives a nice additional noise.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Bahia Flamingo Puerto de Santiago

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good