Hotel Los Gigantes

Hotel Stil Los Gigantes

The Hotel Los Gigantes is probably most established and best hotel in the village. Situated overlooking the sea, the views are excellent.


Facilities include a freshwater pool and a saltwater pool, sun-terraces with loungers and umbrellas, a pool bar, restaurant and a snack bar. Further leisure facilities include a games room with billiards and table tennis, a spa with fitness area, jacuzzi, and sauna, badminton, tennis and squash courts. The hotel also provides a daytime activities and evening entertainment program.


  • Guest services include 24hr reception, meeting rooms, luggage room, lift access, TV lounge, hairdresser and a mini-market.
  • Sports facilities Satellite/TV Elevators Kids Pools
  • Wellness centre Conference Facilities Games room Fitness/Gym Facilities
  • Safety Deposit Box Rental
  • The hotel offers a total of 220 rooms and 5 suites, each equipped with private bathroom, air-conditioning, balcony or terrace, mini-fridge, hairdryer, satellite TV, telephone and safe deposit box (payable locally).
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The hotel has great views over to the island of La Gomera, is just 500m from the marina, 600m to the nearest beach and just over 1km to the sandy bay at Puerto Santiago.

Los Gigantes

Los Gigantes is approx 54km from Tenerife South Airport and approx 80km from Tenerife North Airport.

One Response to “Hotel Stil Los Gigantes”

  1. I don’t know the ones you mention but I have styaed at the Poblado Marinero Apartments in Los Gigantes with the family. Please add these to your list to choose from. This low-rise block overlooks the very attractive harbour and are within 3 minutes of the beach. You can book through Thomson. Los Gigantes is on the south point of Teneriffe and is approached by a fairly steep hill. The bulk of the village (including the Poblado Marinero) is almost at harbour level so these are excellent if you don’t like climbing.Village facilities include some excellent restaurants (with a good Chinese amongst them), reasonable pubs, olde-worlde architecture, reasonable range of shopping and a coastal walk.Around the harbour is a range of restaurants and bars that are nothing like as brash and noisy as the night life of Playa Las Americas. Do not eat at the so-called Italian place on the north east corner of the harbour, but the rest are fine. From the harbour you can take various boat trips to go dolphin watching etc. A frequent and inexpensive bus service takes you out of the village to neighbouring resorts or the capital Santa Cruz de Teneriffe. The dawns are colourful, noon is hot, the sunsets are spectacular.

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