Marylanza Suites & Spa Resort
This hotel turns heads with its duo of pools, a gourmet restaurant, and the beach in walking distance.
The hotel has secured a great postcode, with the beach, Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas all around 15-minutes’ walk away. Plus some of the rooms look out on a golf course.
There are two pools, including one with in-water seats. Food-wise, the talking point is a restaurant serving gourmet cuisine. Meanwhile, tribute acts make a big impression in the evenings.
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Based On 3222 reviews
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- 1 Building
- 2 Floors
- 217 Rooms
- 5 Lifts
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner in the main restaurant. One dinner per week at the Kentia gourmet restaurant or the teppanyaki place - on request and with a reservation. Locally produced beer, wine and soft drinks 10.00-24.00. Brunch and snacks 12.00-18.00.
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2 outdoor pools►
There are two pools to choose from here. Both have parasols and sunloungers. One is heated in the winter.
This is the place for buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner with theme nights and kids' options, too. Times may vary for dinner in winter. A dress code applies at dinner.
The spa has a range of treatments that are designed to make you feel revitalised, with the likes of a hydro massage pool, Jacuzzi®, Roman bath, and a floating room. Plus a Scottish shower, aromatherapy shower, foot baths and a tonification pool all are available.
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Suite with Balcony or Terrace►
These suites are contemporary and spacious, consisting of a twin bedroom, kitchenette and lounge area. The kitchenette comes equipped with all the essentials like a fridge, microwave and coffee machine. One of the extra beds is child sized, so the suite will sleep up to 3 adults and a child, or 2 adults and 2 children.
Suite with Golf View and Balcony or Terrace►
These suites are contemporary and spacious, consisting of a twin bedroom, kitchenette and lounge area. They offer views over the greenery of the immense golf course. The kitchenette comes equipped with all the essentials like a fridge, microwave and coffee machine. One of the extra beds is child sized, so the suite will sleep up to 3 adults and a child, or 2 adults and 2 children.
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Relaxing escape from day to day life
I would very much recommend this hotel .It was a return visit for my husband who stayed at this hotel some 12 years ago.Check in was quick and friendly however it would have been a nice gesture to help us with our luggage to our room.Very little initial information about certain procedures for eg how to obtain pool side towels .The hotel was impeccably clean and truly a credit to the cleaning staff.Our room was exceptionally spacious but slightly outdated .It would have been a perfect low expense gesture to have had tea bags/coffee/milk and sugar provided in the room together with some better toiletries (only basic soap bars and shower gel dispenser ).There were adequate supply of sunloungers and I was happy to see that the life guard staff thwarted the early risers from placing towels on to reserve.The food was exceptional !In fact we didn`t visit the a la carte restaurants because the buffet was so fabulous.I find it incredible that anyone could complain about the food.We were sadly a little unlucky with the weather and only had two days of sunshine.No comments about the evening entertainment because we went out exploring the local bars after dinner.We also visited the gym everyday but found the gym to be very much in need of updating their equipment.Hence the price of 80 euros for us both for one week far too expensive.I joined in two classes which were very well instructed.The squash court is good too but really should be free to guests who have brought along their own rackets.The hotel building itself is fabulous :nicely designed and rooms on only two floors.Although the hotel was situated in a quiet spot ,I found the nearby resort a weird combination of tacky together with expensive designer shops.The beaches looked a bit grotty too.However a great place to go for Winter sun and warmth.Opps almost forget to mention that the booze in the hotel was excellent and a particular mention to Kamilla in the lobby bar who always served with a smile.I would return to this hotel but only during the Winter/Autumn months.It was a very pleasant holiday and with a few minor tweaks this hotels ranking could be much higher.More
What a amazing hotel staff was absolutely first class and worked very hard but still was so polite and seemed very happy at there work. Food well amazing as well as the drinks. Entertainment for us and kids again brilliant.iv been in 5 star hotels which aren't as good as this one. Had an amazing holiday defo going back.More
This is a wonderful place to get some winter sun. A lovely hotel with beautiful suites and friendly professional staff. Every part of the hotel was immaculate, the food, drinks and service of a very high standard. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this hotel to couples or familiesMore
Leaving the hotel today a bit underwhelmed. Booked this hotel with a few weeks notice due to the Thomas cook issue making a stay at another hotel void for the same dates. Booked the marylanza based on platinum on TUI and the reviews online (particularly with food). Receptionist when we arrived was excellent - excellent help, great English and even called me the following day when she started her shift to say I left a bag at reception. Hotel is very clean and we seen no issues with insects etc, the cleaning staff were excellent too and the room was always turned over when we returned from breakfast. What really lets the hotel down (particularly when you pay 2k for 7 nights holiday) is the small details which with some investment would easily be fixed and justify the price to stay here. We had a loose tile, a cracked tile and shaky towel rail in our room C205. Not a deal breaker or big issue but with a baby it was worth noting. Television signal in the room is terrible, genuinely no point in trying to watch TV. The food is what really lets the hotel down. Low on quality and very very repetitive. Chinese theme was a good attempt but was poor when you appreciate quality cuisine. My wife had food poisoning and was sick for a couple of days. I alerted the hotel reception who told me the only option was to contact a doctor or walk to a pharmacy to get medicine. No help at all on this and no follow up to ask if my wife was ok. We ended up eating out after this. Also, the food at the pool bar had flies all over it. There were ice creams and bottled water which were chargeable too which we found dissapointing. The hotel in general is pleasant but from a value for money perspective I cannot say we are leaving satisfied.More
Not quite there
Booked through TUI, first visit, October. First impression was very good, very spacious rooms, with separate bedroom/lounge-kitchen area. Restaurant was very noisy, guest numbers seemed to vary considerably during our 11 night stay. At peak times it really couldn’t cope, despite the industrious work of the staff. Food was of good standard but key items would run short during session. The servery is quite small given the size of the restaurant, outside seating area is very small and restricted. Food choice got a bit respective during stay. Pool bar food rather basic. Visited both A la cart restaurants, the Kentia, had a set tasting menu but food was nothing that special. The Japanese was a delight, excellent food (again set menu as it was prepared in front of the 10 guests/session) with a lot of humour and participation. Very clean with hard working staff in all areas. Overall let down by simple perhaps picky things but are usually standard in 4* hotels, but it is attention to detail that can make the difference in rating.More
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