H10 Playa Meloneras Palace
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... a book and generally had a relaxing interlude, on calm seas, under sunny skies.
My Airbnb apartment was just a few steps from the beach. It’s on a side street off the Playa de las Canteras, at the north end of the big city of Las Palmas. There’s a wide waterfront promenade, busy with people, restaurants, bars and shops. If you’re a beach person, you’d love this wide, ...
... we had our third terrible breakfast at our hotel despite our efforts to go at different times each morning to see if it made a difference in food quality. Colin was drinking €6 Johnny Walker Red Label whisky's at about 2-3 oz per drink. Drinks were way too cheap at our hotel. This was good and bad! I had a few girly coconut flavoured drinks. Colin was getting a little overheated and had a nap in the afternoon. I decided to go for a ...
... basic necessities like water. We arrived safely and eagerly stepped out of the cabin. Instantly I felt that dewy warmth on my dehydrated airplane skin. If I could bottle that feeling I would!
NB I'm still working out the kinks of this website. I'll publish this and then the next entry will be a continuation of our adventure in Spain.
... along the coast to see the old cathedral and a neat museum dedicated to a local artist. (Nestor someone? I forget his name!) After Las Palmas we made our way to Maspalomas at the southern tip of the island. Due to some massively poor planning on our part (who knew Carnaval lasted till March sixth??? Apparently all the tourists at the nearly fully booked hotels did!) we ended up at another "resort" type hotel. Actually it was pretty nice but ...
... to join me, took along the needlework I bought in Norway and met a lady who knows all about this craft (she's from Norway) brilliant if I get stuck she will helpmeet out. Later did some people watching on the deck. Paul is doing his Captain ******** with bino's in hand looking for anything out at sea. Pool still not open but am very optimistic about tomorrow. Captain ******** (Paul) has spotted land, we are a couple of miles south of ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsH10 Playa Meloneras Palace Maspalomas
5 stjerners hotell i sentral beliggenhet.
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Historical Traveler Reviews H10 Playa Meloneras Palace Maspalomas
I stayed here from friday till monday after starting my trip in the North in Las Palmas.
On first arrival, the process of checking in took one hour, not to mention another hour waiting for the porters to deliver our luggage. I would have taken it myself but when i went back, it was gone!
ABSOLUTE TOP MARKS for almost every aspect of hotel life!
GOOD RESORT HOTEL
Stayed there last year , top class resort hotel , unusual design , nice grounds , luxury rooms , large balconys , good food , no complaints
A Superb Hotel
My husband and I spent a week at this fantastic H10 hotel in August 2003. The rooms are large and clean, the food was superb and the gala evenings were exccellent.
The spacious sun terrances with plenty of sunbeds and the wonderful pools/children pools create a very relaxing atmosphere. I definitely would recommend this hotel to all my friends and will go back again myself.
I spent the Christmas and New Year holidays 2003/2004 at this hotel. It is a wonderful design and the facilities are everything you would expect from a 5 Star. The 3 outdoor pools are excellent each with something a bit different. One pool is in a sort of quiet area, it has no shallow end and is deep. There is a nice little snack bar associated with this quieter area. No one is excluded of course. The children are very well catered for with their own pool by the side of the main pool, there is also a play area nearby. There was an excess of sun beds and matresses, with pool towels free and changed as required. There was a very well run Daisy club for the 4 to 13 year olds. The gym and health centre with indoor pool is chargeable. The food was very good indeed and the Gala evening were excelent. The rooms are large and clean, the service is first rate. All the staff were found helpful and willing. We all (six of us) had a wonderful time.
went to this hotel in may 2003, i must say it is the best hotel i've ever stayed in. The food was superb and the rooms were first class.
Will definitely return asap
We've just got back from a week at the H10 Meloneras Palace, and we had a brilliant time. The set up of the hotel is amazing - stunning to look at and impressive design. 2 large pools, acres of space and great views of the sea. The rooms are large and well appointed - gorgeous bathrooms, and decent size balcony with reclining sunloungers. The cleanliness of the hotel could not be faulted, especially the room cleaners who were fabulous. All staff were friendly and spoke good English. Food was very good, if a little similar most nights.
Hotel stunning and ideally situated, however for five star hotel, i would not rate the staff five star, we found none of the staff could barley speak a word of english and the food wasnt all that great, same stuff every night, and staff unfriendly.however design of hotel great and rooms comfortable.
Super Hotel, very impressive design.
Stayed at the H10 Meloneras Xmas 2002. New hotel just opened, supreb and unusal design, rooms are very well appointed, service attentive and efficient, food of a good standard. There were all the facilities associated with this class of hotel, wonderful pools and spacious sun terraces with plenty of sunbeds.The location was good, near to the sea front, very pleasant outlook from all the rooms and terraces, a good stroll to the nearest shops and the commercial centre at Maspalomas, the hotel operated a bus for those who were not up to the walk. The only negatives were the dining room, which needed a little more organisation and some building work in the area.