Landmar Costa Los Gigantes
This place comes with a big lagoon pool and an à la carte restaurant. It’s also got some spectacular views.
This hilltop hotel has views of the epic Los Gigantes cliffs, as well as across the ocean to neighbouring La Gomera. It’s in a quiet spot, but it’s still less than 10-minutes’ walk to the beach.
The hotel has a pair of pools, including a big lagoon-like number. Elsewhere, there’s a buffet restaurant with panoramic sea views, and another à la carte option. Then there are live shows in the music hall.
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- 15 Buildings
- 3 Floors
- 517 Rooms
- Lifts: 14 and 1 to the spa
Food & Drink
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Buffet meals and 2 visits a week to the themed restaurants. Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, until 24.00. Minibar with bottled water. Snacks.
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2 outdoor pools►
Dotted with palm trees and lined with sunbeds and parasols, there are two different pools to choose from. Pool towels can also be provided with a deposit payable.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served here with indoor and outdoor seating. Highchairs are available on request.
There are alternating themed nights. You'll need to book a table to dine here.
Rooms► View all
Suite with Limited Sea View and Balcony or Terrace►
These suites are kitted out with air-con, TV and Wi-Fi*. Outside, you'll have a balcony or terrace offering a partial view of the sea.
Family Suite Better Together►
These family suites come with a baby changing table, highchair and baby bath, children's amenities and a surprise children's gift. There's also a welcome pack in the minibar on arrival and an espresso coffee machine with a starter pack, plus refills* for a little more. Plus there's extras like a PlayStation 3 and priority booking for à la carte dinners.
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Enjoyable week in Los Gigantes
Last day here in Costa Los Gigantes, myself and wife along with our 2 year old son. Have had a lovely week and would definitely return next year to beat the January Blues. The hotel - we upgraded to the superior suite which has a separate lounge. This was perfect for us as the pull out sofa bed could be made floor level for our little boy. Two TVs, mini fridge, kettle, dolce gusto coffee machine (only downside would be the cleaners did not replenish the milk once during our stay), comfy beds and lots of space. Plenty of activities for the children and adults alike. Full schedule available for kids club, soft play on site along with mini golf, high rope access, archery, football, tennis, table tennis, games room, 3 swimming pools, saltwater, two are heated, this was a welcomed surprise. The food - all inclusive was a good all inclusive, the cocktails were "slush puppies" that was a little disappointing and majority of bar staff need to smile a bit more! However you could help yourself to all soft drinks, sangria, lager and regular slush puppies. The food had a different theme every night and the regular items there for anyone who likes bland food. The barbeque snack was lovely every day. Lovely hotel grounds and well maintained, the hotel should certainly advertise the sunset over la gomera as a feature. Highly recommend the sea view superior rooms. The safe is chargeable at 3 euro per day, pool towels require a 10 euro deposit (can only change them once during 1 week) Plenty of sunbeds available throughout the day. Would suggest hiring a car, you can park in the street, has plenty of parking around if you didn't want to pay the 5 euro per day for parking in the hotel. Overall would highly recommend and will be returning next year. More
Cock Roaches in food service area
Found Cock roach when serving myself dinner and restaurant manager hotel not interested. Various other poor service issues but hotel not interested as not booked through TUI so for them no risk to business .More
Costa los Gigantes
We stayed at the end of June 2019. 2 adults and 2 kids aged 6 and 11. It was 11pm when we arrived. Check in was quick and when we arrived to our room there were sandwiches, fruit and yogurts and water waiting for us in the fridge. I thought that was very thoughtful of the hotel. We had a one bedroom apartment. it was big, spacious, clean and modern. It wasn't until the next morning we saw the view which was of the pool and beyond that the sea. It was gorgeous. We were all inclusive and we found the food grand. The usual all inclusive type fare. There was a large selection to choose from and we always found food we liked. We only ate out once. The all inclusive drinks were fine except for the cocktails which were out of a machine and not great. The ice-cream for the kids was non branded and very plain. There were a number of pools to choose from. The main pool is where the entertainment was. There were two entertainment teams. The hotels own animation team who were really lovely. What you would expect on your holidays. Then there was the holiday village animation team which was the stuff of nightmares. I felt that they took over the pool area and I found them really annoying. If it wasn't for the fact that my 6 year old liked them and the bar was there I would have been up at the other pool. To get to the local town I went out the back of the hotel and down a VERY steep hill. It is about a 10 -15 minute walk. The beach is also down there. It has black sand but is still very pretty. Overall we had a brilliant holiday and we would recommend to others.More
Great time at a good hotel, good climate, food was good, I recommend it. clean rooms, heated pool, lots of activities to do around the hotel, is a good hotel for families with kids We had a great experience!More
Lovely Family Hotel
Very nice hotel, great staff and entertainment. We had room F202 which had two floors. This was great although we weren't keen on leaving the kids downstairs themselves so We slept on sofa beds while the kids had the master bedroom. The a la carte grill was great. The main restaurant was ok but the food was very often cold. I definitely would recommend this hotel though, we had a great time.More
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