Royale Sun Resort
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
These cliffside apartments offer dramatic views over Los Gigantes' village and marina - a launching point for whale watching boat trips. A short downhill stroll will bring you to a ... Continue reading
These cliffside apartments offer dramatic views over Los Gigantes’ village and marina – a launching point for whale watching boat trips. A short downhill stroll will bring you to a beach and the town centre, while the Blue Flag Playa de la Arena beach is a five-minute drive.
Each apartment boasts a well-equipped kitchen and a 40-inch plasma TV. A large terrace also comes as standard, bringing views of the cliffs and the horizon right to your front room.
Most popular facilities
- Children's playground
- Hotel-run miniclub
- Imperial bar serving drinks and snacks
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Oasis Abraxas pool bar
- Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
- 24-hour reception
- Laundry and dry cleaning service
- Money exchange
Food and Drink
- Regency Restaurant
- Café Royale terrace restaurant
- Bed and breakfast and Half Board also available
All apartments have a lounge with 40" LCD satellite TV, shower in bath, kitchenette with oven, microwave, dishwasher, kettle, coffee-maker and toaster, iron and board, and a large balcony with sea views.
1 bedroom apartments sleep up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with a double bed in bedrom and a sofa bed in lounge.
2 bedroom apartments sleep up to 5 adults or 4 adults and 2 children with a double bed in main bedroom, twin beds in second bedroom and a sofa bed in lounge.
To make booking a holiday at Royale Sun Resort in Los Gigantes easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Royale Sun Resort with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above.
Los Gigantes (The Giants) is aptly named after the Acantilados de los Gigantes; large, striking cliffs that surround this attractive holiday resort. The resort is set on the west coast of Tenerife and is essentially joined together with its neighbours, Playa la Arena and Puerto Santiago, to provide visitors with an exciting resort experience. A concerted effort has been made not to destroy the natural beauty of the town and as such there are none of the towering hotels common to other Spanish tourist resorts. The scenery is dominated by a rocky cliff which is 2,600 feet (800 metres) high in places.
Los Gigantes has a lovely, upmarket marina, which visitors can use as a starting point for boat trips to explore the imposing cliff-faces, enjoy dolphin and whale watching excursions or trips to neighbouring resorts. The resort's small beach has black volcanic sand with good swimming and neighbouring Playa la Arena offers a larger version. There are also a number of watersports and activities such as big game fishing on offer, and those who hire a car will find many interesting sights and sounds in the surrounding areas. A not-to-be-missed event in the town is the annual carnival held in the week after Ash Wednesday and visitors will find that although Los Gigantes is not party central, there is still plenty to see and do year round.
There are quite a few restaurants and bars at the marina, and seafood is a local specialty. While at the popular holiday destination of Los Gigantes, it's essential to sample the fine cuisine at Krishna's. El Rincon de Juan Carlos and Jardin del Sol also garner rave reviews from foodies and casual diners alike. Guests may not smoke indoors in most restaurants, but smoking is allowed on covered verandas and in marked areas.
Much of the live music and entertainment in Los Gigantes is provided by the hotels and restaurants. You'll hear jazz, salsa, rock and roll, and local Tenerife folk music called Tenderete. Most of the bars and clubs in the resort are centred in Santiago bajo.
Uphill from the marina is the resort's commercial centre, with plenty of shops ranging from supermarkets to upscale fashion boutiques and a convenient pedestrian zone near the church. The nearby village of Masca also has a few independent souvenir shops that sell unique items like local pottery, liquor made from bananas or honey, and embroidered tablecloths and clothing.
The streets of Los Gigantes itself are very narrow, however, and there is a confusing system of one-way streets to take into consideration.
Plug TypeVoltage 220V 50Hz
€1 = £0.90
This week's weather forecast
Questions and Answers about Royale Sun Resort
If you can’t find what you’re looking for or if you have a question about this specific hotel, please get in touch via the Add a Question button below. Our knowledgeable team will aim to respond to your question within 72 hours. In the meantime, previously asked questions can be found below and answers to some of the most commonly asked questions can be found on our FAQs page.
we will be staying over xmas and new year do you have wifi?as we would like to contact our familys thankyou 2 Answers
Wireless internet access is available at a local charge. You can arrange this upon check in and the reception staff will give you the access code.
Added 3 years, 1 month ago.
By Natalie, loveholidays.com team member
There are free Wi-Fi zones at the hotel.
Added 3 years, 1 month ago.
By Charlotte, loveholidays.com team member