During your stay at Siesta Suites, you're just a quick walk from Maspalomas Golf Course. Free WiFi in public areas, free self-parking and an outdoor pool are available. This 3.5-star resort has 4 rooms. Each room includes amenities such as free WiFi and a kitchen.
San Bartolome de Tirajana Hotel Resorts have a knack for catering to all sorts of travellers. Whether you're a family group or a newlywed duo, an adventure traveller or a health buff, it's likely you'll find somewhere that's got something for you. That's all possible because of the sheer size of hotel resorts – they tend to cover more space and pack in more amenities than any other type of accommodation. The upshot is that there's room for fine-dining restaurants and kiddie playgrounds, for glimmering pools and golf courses, all right there, on the doorstep of your suite.
San Bartolome de Tirajana Hotel Resorts also pride themselves in taking away the stress of travel. They manage that by having dedicated teams of concierges, reps and – occasionally – even butlers. You'll be able to turn to them for no matter what, whether you're looking to organise a tour to a local attraction or just want a smorgasbord of treats delivered on room service. It also helps that all the facilities you're likely to need will be just steps from your room. Whether it's a hefty pile of laundry that needs doing or a particularly stiff back that's crying out for a massage, staying in a hotel resort means you won't have to venture far to get it done.
It's no secret that Hotel Resorts are some of the most luxurious stays you can pick in San Bartolome de Tirajana. Extras like outdoor pools – sometimes a whole handful of outdoor pools – and sunning terraces, on-site spa facilities and haute bistros are normal additions to these sorts of stays, making them perfect if you're a traveller who loves a slice of the high life. And that's not even mentioning the opulence of some of the suites and rooms. It's common that they come with plush interiors, glistening marble bathrooms, panoramic balconies and loads of hi-tech modern conveniences to boot.
You might not think it, but there's actually plenty of potential to bag a bargain in San Bartolome de Tirajana Hotel Resorts. Because these sorts of stays often have 100s of different suites and rooms on the menu, rates remain some of the most competitive across the accommodation board. Then come the wealth of packages and discounts that it's possible to get by opting for a hotel resort holiday. You might find that kids go free in the one you've chosen – great news if you're coming with the little ones in tow. You might find that there's full-board service, allowing you to kiss goodbye to hefty restaurant bills. You might also take advantage of shuttle buses included in the rate – no more pricey taxi hops to the main attractions.
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My only complaint was at check in. I waited for over 2 hours for my room to be ready while other guests were given rooms before me. And when I got my room housekeeping were still in the process of cleaning it. I had to leave my bags in and wait till it was ready. 14.00 is check in I realise but no ...
Is really lovely place to stay. Lots of activities for children's and adults. Very nice rooms and good service. In the Restaurant plenty choice of food. Highly recommending.
Was a lovely place to stay and entertains where really good
Huge hotel with amazing architecture and interior design at every turn. There is a stylish dramatic African theme to this hotel which makes it stand out from any other hotel in the area. Rooms are spacious but could have done with a little more heating as the weather was poor. Some of the corridors ...