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Top tips for finding the perfect Tenerife hotel
You can comfortably visit Tenerife throughout the year, as it has a very consistent climate. One time period when hotel bookings might be harder to find is during the school holidays, as there is more demand. If possible, you should try to avoid booking during this period, and, as a result, you will find that you have more hotels to choose from that are reasonably priced.
For families that are travelling with children, you might want to consider looking for hotels in Tenerife that are close to some entertainment, such as a water park. One of the most popular water parks, Siam Park, is on the south of the island, so you might want to begin your accommodation search there. An example of a hotel near here is Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife, which is about a 14min drive away from the water park.
If you are in Tenerife over the New Year’s period, then you should know that on the 6th of January each year, the Spanish celebrate Three Kings Day. This is one of the most popular holiday dates on the Spanish calendar, so you will likely find that hotel bookings are more expensive and harder to find. You might want to avoid booking a hotel during this time, or at least book as far in advance as possible.
A great way to enhance your holiday in Tenerife is to book a hotel that has spa facilities. Most of the hotels that offer this are coastal resorts, rather than those inland, so you should begin your search by the beach. For example, Garahotel is an accommodation in Garachico that offers a spa, sauna and massage facilities.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Tenerife
Hotels are safe environments for travelers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Tenerife. For more advice, please view our information page on what to know about coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel.
In the last 72 hours, users have found Tenerife hotels for this weekend for as low as $21 (La Orotava) per night. Users have also found 3-star hotels from $50 (Puerto de la Cruz) and 4-star+ hotels from $67 (Los Silos).
There are some great golf resorts in Tenerife, so you can practise your swing whilst on holiday. Most hotels that offer golf as an activity are in the north or the south of the island, so you should begin your search there. One such hotel offering this activity is H10 Atlantic Sunset, roughly a 10min drive from the popular resort of Golf Costa Adeje.
One of the best areas in Tenerife to stay for nightlife is in the capital, Santa Cruz, so you should look for accommodation there if you want to enjoy some bars. Hotel Escuela Santa Cruz is one example of a hotel that is nestled amongst the nightlife. From there, you can reach popular establishments such as Garimbar with an approximately 8min walk or Bar los Tilos in about 6min on foot.
You can enjoy many luxurious hotels in Tenerife, with most five-star establishments being either in the north or south of the island. For example, Hotel Best Semiramis is one such hotel in the northern area of Puerto de la Cruz, which offers its guests a plunge pool as well as tennis facilities. Alternatively, in the south of the island at San Miguel De Abona, you will find five-star establishments such as Bahia Principe Fantasia Tenerife, which has private pools as well as beachfront access.
Where to stay in Tenerife?
Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Tenerife by showing you the exact location of each hotel.