Ratings based on 39 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Lindy from Wales, UK
Oldie world style, close to all facilitiesPosted Nov 30, 2013
Pros: It was clean, well furnished, and discreet. Also, a resident's lounge with small library, excellent.
Cons: Breakfast could be a little better, more choice of hot food and fruit. The waitress was a little flustered as only her on duty.
Location: Fabulous location. Close to all the restaurants, bars and shops. Lovely views over the mountains and towards the sea which is very nearby.
I booked two nights at the Revron Plaza at the end of my visit to Tenerife. I loved the position, the hotel is very discreetly placed next to the plaza and church, surrounded by restaurants, shops and bars. On entering, I was enchanted by the wonderful, polished floor and sparkling interior of a very spacious bar/reception area. The reception staff were extremely welcoming, helpful and friendly, but professional to the T. My room on the fourth floor overlooked the plaza. It was large, spacious, and very comfortably furnished with an old-style, colonial feel about it. A large double bed, table and chairs, wardrobe with plenty of hangers and a safe, along with alarge dressing table met all my needs. The wrought iron balcony, sheltered from the heat of the sun, was a great place to sit and admire the amazing view. A large, clean bathroom completed the facilities and I was tempted by the wonderful bath lotions and other items provided in the hospitality basket. Breakfast was included and perhaps could have been a little more sumptious! I would have preferred more fresh fruit, and a wider selection of cooked food, maybe a little more on the plate? All in all though, I thoroughly enjoyed my stay, sunbathing on the roof terrace was a highlight, and other guests were warm and friendly. I recommend the Revron Plaza as a very comfortable, discreet and welcoming place to stay and will certainly use it in future as a wonderful base to relax and enjoy my holiday.
for Couplesby Katie from Sunderland
Nice quiet hotelPosted Oct 19, 2013
First time holiday and it was lovely. Close to the beach and not a far walk to Las Americas. Quiet area and the staff were extremely helpful.
Recommendedby Robert from Manchester
Nice B&B type Hotel in a Great Spot.Posted Sep 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
This was my second stay in the Reveron Plaza and again only for a couple of nights, for me it is perfect for a short stay in Los Christianos, the Hotel/B&B is in a perfect location for the beach, the port and the restaurants and bars. The hotel is a small hotel and as such lacks a lot of the facilities of the larger hotels, don't let that put you off. You won't pay a lot for this hotel and the staff and breakfasts are excellent. The rooftop pool could be a very nice area except for all the pigeons that turn it into a bird bath, if they could be prevented from or scared from the pool it would be a much nicer area, as it is go in the water at your peril. But I would definitely recommend this for a shortish stay (week max) in Christianos
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
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for Everyoneby Merlin52 from London
AVOIDPosted Aug 21, 2013
Pros: Air Con worked
Cons: The incompetence of the staff and poor organisation.
Location: Well located
On reaching my room the remote did not work due to dead batteries. The hotel had no spares so had to take a remote from other room. I wanted to use the safe but it did not work - when I called down I was advised there was a deposit of 20 euros. I went down with the 20 euros money only to be told I also needed 3 euros a day charge. Why this could not have been mentioned on check in I do not know! I got the 3 euros and went to the room with the activating key to find it still did not work. The Manager came up and shrugged his shoulders saying it was a new safe and he did not know how it worked and I'd have to move rooms if I wanted a safe(probably to the room that had my original remote control). Rest assured Fawlty Towers is still in operation with Basil still at the helm. AVOID.
for Everyoneby alan from Benidorm, Alicante, Spain
great hotel,great location!Posted Jul 19, 2013
one major criticism - for a 4 star hotel,no tea/coffe making facilities in rooms.
for Couplesby survivor55 from Merseyside
Fantastic Mini-Break - Would Return!Posted Jul 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
Really nice hotel in perfect location. Roof top pool and loungers excellent with beautiful views. Perfect for us as a couple and would definitely return. Staff were really very helpful and so polite. The breakfast is fantastic. Fresh cooked full English every morning or continental or fresh cooked omelettes/ eggs...definitely recommend. The location is perfect - just tucked away from the main front where it can be a little more busy at night and lots of lovely restaurants to eat. 100% recommend!
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Great hotel and locationPosted Jun 30, 2013
We booked this at the last minute and it looked the ideal hotel for us but was unsure about the location. We were not disappointed. Right in the centre of the resort, close to the beach, the shops, bars and resturants a perfect location. The hotel is clean and airy the rooms are a good size with air conditioner that works. The roof top pool and sun terrace is clean and also a good size and not crowded. An ideal hotel for couples who want a break with a difference. We will certainly be going back
for Couplesby A verified traveler
What a revelation!Posted Jun 23, 2013
Great hotel in the centre of town, well maintained, pleasant staff, great for adding an extra few days to a timeshare holiday or stay a week or two - its up to you - nice to be in the centre of town.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from england
great locationPosted Jun 14, 2013 on Hotels.com