Hotel Barcelo Santiago
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This place is built into a cliff, which means you get panoramic views over the island of La Gomera and Los Gigantes. Playa de Arena is about a 15-minute stroll away, and you're ... Continue reading
This place is built into a cliff, which means you get panoramic views over the island of La Gomera and Los Gigantes. Playa de Arena is about a 15-minute stroll away, and you’re five minutes’ walk from a sandy beach. The Barcelo has three huge pools and a good range of eating spots, too, as well as a snack bar which stays open late in summer. There’s also a handful of bars and restaurants just outside the hotel.
You can try things like yoga, archery, pool volleyball and more. There’s also a multi-sports court and a nearby tennis court* which you can use for free for an hour a day if you\re on All Inclusive.
Near to hotel - 1 hour free use per day for All Inclusive guests.
Daytime activity programme
In the spa* you’ll find a sauna, a Turkish bath, a whirlpool bath and a hydrotherapy circuit. There’s a range of pampering treatments* to choose from, including massages, plus a small but well-equipped gym.
Opening Times: [10.00-19.00]
With hydrotherapy circuit pool, sauna, Turkish bath and a range of massage and body treatments.
With cardio and weight machines.
There’s a fantastic pool scene. Of the 3 big pools, one has infinity edges for admiring the views, another is spanned by a little wooden bridge. The fourth pool is just the right size and depth for small swimmers.
3 outdoor pools
Food and Drink
The buffet restaurant has an outdoor terrace with views of La Gomera. Show cooking stations take centre stage, and there’s a mix of local and international dishes. Breakfast comes with an optional glass of cava.
Here you'll find a selection of mixed dishes and tasty snacks, show cooking, music and views over Los Gigantes and La Gomera. Opening hours for summer are from 10am 'til midnight, and for winter 10am 'til 7pm.
New Year gala dinner
A la carte restaurant *
Opening Times: [19.00-22.30]
With meat grills and a dessert buffet selection. Open selected days. There's a dress code here, with long trousers for gentlemen at dinner.
A la carte dining*
Is available here.
This buffet restaurant serves a range of international cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There's live show cooking with meat, fish and pasta dishes. Not only that but you can enjoy your meal while admiring the views of La Gomera. There's a dress code here, with long trousers for gentlemen at dinner.
Christmas gala dinner
Opening Times: [17.00-01.00]
Specialising in international cocktails.
Opening Times: [19.00-23.00]
Offering a selection of tapas dishes and Spanish wines on the terrace with views of Mount Teide. Open selected days.
Opening Times: [20.00-24.00]
Choose from a range of international cocktails while you enjoy the shows that take place every evening.
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Puerto Santiago is the central holiday resort of three separate ones, Los Gigantes, Playa Arena and Puerto Santiago, which have spread and essentially merged into each other on Tenerife's west coast, forming the area's largest tourist hub collectively known as Los Gigantes. The resort of Puerto Santiago was once a small fishing village, but typical of the Canary Islands, is now a popular holiday destination garnering rave reviews from most tourists and visitors. Puerto Santiago boasts a small but decent selection of bars, restaurants, shops and activities to suit the tourist palette. Puerto Santiago has managed to retain some of its traditional charm and offers visitors the chance to relax and enjoy a seaside break with a local Spanish flavour; although some visitors might take a while to get accustomed to the black sand beach.
Puerto Santiago's black sand beach is European Blue Flag accredited. There are also boat trips, walks, visits to neighbouring Playa la Arena and Los Gigantes, day trips to nearby towns and points of interest to be enjoyed. Many hotels also offer their own entertainment. For those visiting in July, the annual fiesta and fireworks display in honour of Our Lady Carmen is not to be missed.
There are the usual assortment of international restaurants in Puerto Santiago, but the local Canarian eateries are the best. Try some of the traditional dishes, such as roast chicken in banana cream or 'wrinkly potatoes' in the local mojo picónsauce. One of the best-recommended restaurants in Puerto Santiago has to be Pancho, while TJ's Entertainment Bar serves pub food like sandwiches and 'plough person' lunches.
Most of the entertainment in Puerto Santiago is provided by the hotels. The nightlife is fairly laid back and many bars close at midnight, though there is a multitude of additional options at nearby resorts.
There is no shopping district in Puerto Santiago, but there are an assortment of shops that cater for tourists. Shopping on the island of Tenerife is tax-free, so it is possible to find good deals on cigarettes, perfume, alcohol, electronics, and other goods. There are a larger variety of shops in neighbouring resorts like Los Gigantes. A unique souvenir from Tenerife is the locally-produced sweet rum called Ron Miel.
The ocean currents around Tenerife can be very strong and are not advised for weak swimmers.
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I am disabled is the pool accessible for me? 1 Answer
Hi Hilary, unfortunately there is no mention of access for disabled guests. You can, however, contact the hotel directly to enquire this.
Added 5 days, 3 hours ago.
By Socialteam, loveholidays.com team member
is there a kids club 2 Answers
There is a Children's mini club with tables and handicraft and painting workshops (for 4-12 year-old's).
Added 1 year, 7 months ago.
By Zara.Drant, loveholidays.com team member
Yes there is a kids club, thanks Esther
Added 1 year, 7 months ago.
By Esther, loveholidays.com team member