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All reviews washing machine bedroom villa on site restaurant sized pool downstairs bedroom waves crash small kitchen resort staff los gigantes cliffs lovely pool area recommend this resort home from home onsite shop great resort dvd player within easy walking distance superb location
Really nice/clean apartments and friendly staff. Only complaint would be the WiFi. If one has to pay for WiFi it better well work and stay connected. I have been on a mountain in Nepal with better free WiFi, it was ridiculous. Good location and nice...More
We had a holiday here in August/September 2018. The staff are wonderful and helpful. It is a good location for exploring the sea and its inhabitants! The food is good. The apartments are lovely with great amenities. Everything is kept in very good order. A...More
A perfect family resort very clean and quiet great staff great service just a great all rounder, I would defo recommend this resort to families and couples alike, we really did have a perfect week and our 3 year old granddaughter was made so welcome...More
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The resort is perfectly situated on a slope overlooking Los Gigantes. The villas are set up so all have an excellent view of the cliffs and La Gomera (if there's no haze/mist). There is a good sized pool with fulltime lifeguard and pool towels are...More
Having never been to Tenerife before, the whole experience was new to me. We were looking for a relaxing family week away before the end of the summer holidays and Las Rosas looked to be a good option.
I travelled with my husband and son...More
Yes as you come out of la rosas walk about 80yards across from Santiago tennis courts there is an opening between buildings go up the stairs you have a key to open metal gate then turn left walk down takes you into the town... More
Yes as you come out of la rosas walk about 80yards across from Santiago tennis courts there is an opening between buildings go up the stairs you have a key to open metal gate then turn left walk down takes you into the town its still steep especially coming back up but what we found also late at night 12or1am there is not many taxis about had to walk up often