Annapurna Hotel Tenerife - Costa Del Silencio28.009043, -16.653117
ex. Alborada Beach Club
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Hotels Recommended by Guests in Spain
Alborada Beach Club apartment offers accommodatıon in Costa Del Silencio. There are a restaurant and a meeting room at guests' disposal.
Light and Music Fountain is 10 km of the property, while Rebu Park is around 7 km away. A 10-minute walk to the center of Costa Del Silencio. Serving a wide range of dishes, Bohemia and las piratas can be reached within 5 minutes’ walk.
The vicinity of a harbour and mountains as well as quick access to entertainment venues, golf courses and bars set the hotel apart.
10 km to Sur Reina Sofia airport.
The apartment provides rooms with Wi-Fi, television, a fridge and IDD phone for a cozy stay in Costa Del Silencio.
Eat & Drink
A kitchenette is provided.
A buffet breakfast is served and charges are applicable.
Business travelers can use a business centre, a meeting room and a banquet hall available on site.
Guests can lounge at a sunbathing terrace featuring a sofa. Children facilities such as a mini club, a playground and a mini disco are available on site.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms at EUR 3 per day.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby for free.
Number of floors: 4. Number of rooms: 285.
EUR 3 per day
Off-site car park
Outdoor dining area
Poolside snack bar
Outdoor heated swimming pool
Sports & Fitness
- Scuba diving
- Golf course
- Billiard tables
- Table tennis
- Car rental
- Bicycle rental
- Self-service laundry
- Medical facilities service
- Wake up service
- Restaurant buffet
- Poolside snack bar
- Snack bar
- Outdoor dining area
- Buffet breakfast
- Business centre
- Babysitting/Child services
- Children's pool
- Children's play area
- Kids club
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Saltwater pool
- Outdoor heated swimming pool
- Beach access
- Sun loungers
- Live entertainment
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Leisure/ TV room
- Sea view
- Ocean view
- Pool view
- Paid Wi-Fi in rooms
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- Living room
- Sitting area
- Dining table
- Clothes dryer
- Rollaway beds
- Hair dryer
- Electric kettle
- Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 1 Single bed, 3 Single beds
In the Room
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 3 Single beds
- City landmarks
Massive pool. Rooms cleaned every day. Friendly staff. Food choice ok if you like pork.
Changed all inclusive drinks from 11pm to 10pm in July after we had booked in April. And people were told to go outside once entertainment had finished at 10pm. There was a separate disco room which wasn't advertised in English on poster on restaurant door so was empty every night. Snacks was crap.
They had one of the biggest pools I've ever seen
On 1st view the architecture seems a little bland but you get used to it
Everything was quiet good. Realy big apartament. Even though there is no special place for parking, we had no dificulty parking our car by the hotel. Very beautiful views over looking the ocean. The Pool was also big and good.
There is a small beach by the pool, but it is very dangerous for inexperienced swimmers.
Great value for the money! Not so far from the Airport (Tenerife South). 4 times per day all inclusive meals were provided and drinks during the day as well. Salty swimming pool. Very big hotel, but was very quite there. Some facilities and shows during the day and evening.
Hard to find the hotel- there is no exect address was given and there is no indicator signs in the city. Waited 50 min. In a huge queue to check in. Sometimes queues in th restaurant for lunch and dinner. Some staff people speak not fluent english and sometimes was hard to get the answer on a question.
The rooms were clean and comfortable and the staff very helpful.
Not a great choice of hot food but always something we could eat.
We got a late deal - 3 days all inclusive for around £85 this was a bargain given how much food/drink you could have. The saltwater pool was great and the rooms were tidy and comfortable. The food catered for most peoples tastes. Given the price this was a great stay
The exterior of the hotel is quite datesd (obviously not much can be done about this) but the rooms were clean and comfortable which made up for this. All in all not much to not to enjoy.
Location by the beach and a pool with ocean water.
Miserable menu, open house for everybody and low quality wine and spirit drinks
Convenient to see family and grandchildren who live and attend school locally. Really liked the pool, its setting and the adjoining beach.
Just needs attention to the exterior look of the appartment complex. The childrens play area good apart from the cable slide which could be easily and cheaply fixed.
I don't like the food. But I like the free Bar. The price is fair, bout don't stay more than 7 days, then then you become tired of the food.
The food, your don't no what your get, There is no meal plan so you do not know what you get and the food and the dishes are a total mess without any kind of theme or content.
food, noise at nigth,children,level of clients
OK the hotel has a definite 60's look but the place is well maintained, the rooms are spacious and clean and the food is good. The full board is great because when you leave for the day to discover the island they provide you with an excellent lunch box. The price/quality ratio is hard to beat. Las Galetas is also a much quieter place than Las Americas. The pool is immense and you have a great sea view from the pool and the restaurant. I loved the place and when returning to Tenerife I will return to hotel Alborada without hesitations.
After thinking long I found one minor thing; the juices at breakfast are really not very good.
All-inclusive drinks and food, amazing pool (though we didn't get to take full advantage of it because of the weather), fun if not a bit cheesy activities at the pool bar (eagle show, kid's disco). This place is a real throw-back to the 60s-70s - very retro! But, that's part of the charm, I think! It is a great place for kids - play ground and wonderful pool area, etc. The staff was always very helpful, too.
The town of Las Galletas itself is not so great - pretty run down compared to other towns in the area (El Medano for example). However, it has everything you need, including a supermarket near by. Be aware that if you are using public transport, there is a bus stop right in front of the hotel, but the busses don't always run on schedule... Also, though the apartments were stocked with dish ware and basic cookery, there were no utensils or matches with which to light the stove (we got some from the front desk easily, though). If we ever come back to Tenerife, we'll probably choose to stay in El Medano for the better beaches and nicer town, but Alborada certainly provided us with enough of what we needed for a couple of nights.
Very old, not very clean or comfortable. You cannot get 1 single thing extra, even toilet paper, if you need it. Have to bring your own towels and soap.
the room was large
filthy outdated hotel with cockroaches and flies everywhere.terrible food.
Hotel was very nice, first impression bit dissapointing because looked different that pictures but then at the end we were very happy with the choice if hotel,very friendly staff, great kitchen and location. And good value for money if you are planning to have nicerelaxing holiday you shouldchoose this hotel.
deco bit dated everything else perfecto:)