Be Live Experience La Nina - All Inclusive
About Be Live Experience La Nina - All Inclusive
The Be Live La Niña Experience Hotel offers just what you might expect: a relaxing, all-inclusive seaside holiday in an elegant setting, just a few metres away from the serene La Pinta Beach in Tenerife. The Hotel is the perfect match for families seeking to disconnect from daily stress, but also to enjoy an active, entertaining holiday filled with vivid memories.
The Hotel boasts a range of accommodation types, as well as a gorgeous spa (with a circuit pool, Jacuzzi, wide range of treatments, etc.) and a host of exclusive services. The Hotel is just a few metres away from the popular La Pinta Beach, and is also conveniently close to Puerto Colón (famous for its wide range of restaurants, local and international alike, bars, cafés etc.) and Fañabé Beach, with its unique grey volcanic sand and tranquil waters.
The Hotel is also an ideal place to celebrate a business conference or event, with 744m2 of exclusive space reserved for company events and three function rooms equipped with all the latest technology. Be Live La Niña offers discerning guests the very best of national and international cuisine, 24-hour personalised service, lively bars, activities for all ages and adults’ and kids’ pools alike.
Room Information and Room Facilities
There are many room types to suit different budgets, starting with the 20m2 Promo Rooms, featuring a large bedroom, WiFi with extra charge, a TV, bathroom (with bath and shower), hairdryers and amenities. This room is ideal for a couple on a budget. Double Rooms, recommended for those travelling with children, measure 20m2 and have a private terrace, WiFi with additional charge, individual beds and a full bathroom. This bedroom comes with a gorgeous flat-screen TV and music.
To make the most of your ocean holiday, book an Ocean View Double Room, with its splendid terrace overlooking the Atlantic. If space is an issue, opt for a Junior Suite, measuring 33m2 and containing a hydromassage tub, private terrace, sofa bed, and Queen-sized bed (the room accommodates up to four guests). The Sea View Junior Suite, meanwhile, is made for discerning guests who demand the very best in design, space and views. All rooms have air conditioning.
Facilities, Entertainment, Activities
Children and adults of all ages will find many activities to entertain them at the Be Live La Niña Experience hotel. The colourful Miniclub and Kidsclub, for kids aged four to seven, feature a full programme of daily activities, as well as a games area, adapted pools and even a minidisco so kids can express themselves on the dancefloor.
Fitness buffs, meanwhile, can body build to their heart’s delight at the gym, featuring a good range of equipment for strength and cardio exercises alike. Golfers will also find their perfect match at the 27-hole Costa Adeje Golf Club just 3.5 kilometres away and boasting a peaceful view of the lofty Adeje mountain range. Lovers of health and wellness activities, meanwhile, cannot miss out on a visit to the Spa, with its circuit pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, Turkish baths, etc.
Make it a full day and enjoy a well-deserved massage or aromatherapy treatment, after working out at the gym, pool or golfing greens.
Food and Drink Options
There are many excellent dining options at Be Live La Nina. The Main Restaurant, open from 7:30am to 10:30am, 1pm to 3pm and 7pm to 10pm, offers creative international cuisine, livened up with the flavours of Tenerife in a hearty buffet. The restaurant boasts an excellent wine list and themed cooking.
Bar Drago, located in the lobby, is open in the evening and serves lovely cocktails to the accompaniment of live music. Bar Choza, open from 10:30 am to 12am in the Summer and to 8pm in the Winter, is a lively pool bar serving cool drinks and exotic cocktails.
- high speed internet in room
- swimming pool
- bar lounge
- fitness center
- wheelchair access
- air conditioning
- meeting room
- non smoking rooms
- laundry service
- flatscreen tv
- family rooms
- banquet room
- multilingual staff
- breakfast buffet
- outdoor pool
- paid wifi
- conference facilities
- rooftop terrace
- private balcony
- breakfast available
- reduced mobility rooms
- hot tub
- heated pool
- facilities for disabled guests
- paid internet
- kids activities
- poolside bar
- kids club
- tv channel one russia
19 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
Great location, food not so great
"Just arrived back from this hotel.. Lovely reception and staff were very helpful.. Once your passed the reception and grand entrance the corridors to rooms and room doors are very worn and tired, nothing a lick of paint wouldn't sort out though! I would give this hotel a low end of a four star rating, we went all inclusive, breakfast was good, lunch was ok but food was very similar every day, pool bar food was exactly the same each day.. Dry sandwiches in cartons, hot dogs, burgers and melon, very unappetizing. You are only allowed to have three bottles of small water per day per room and that's only given to you after 5pm! Bizarre! Evening meals very similar each day, none of my family were excited about the evening meals, we did venture out in the end as it wasn't very nice, speaking to a few other guests they were doing the same.
The hotel supplies pool towels but expect a 10 euro deposit and then charge you 1 euro for every time you change it.
Cleaners were average, the room floors weren't very clean.. We found a pair of Men boxer shorts under our mattress and took them to reception.. All they did was leave two bathroom robes in our room later that day , we presumed this was an apology?! Entertainment was average too which was a shame and all inclusive guests can not get any drinks after 11pm!
Was a shame as the location of this hotel was awesome. Feel bit disappointed about our stay here."
- Travel date: Tue 2nd of September 2014
Be live La Nina
"The hotel is not what it say it is I would not go back there it is crap all round not though the money that's all I've to say about it crap crap crap. "
- Travel date: Sun 22nd of December 2013
"Staff very friendly in restaurant and bars, but not on reception. We had only been there half an hour I sat on the chair in my room and it all fell apart, banged my back and cracked my head on the tiles on the floor, the reception would not send for a doctor for me. The food was very repetitive and not very warm. The entertainment was rubbish and even though we were all inclusive we had to go out and pay for drinks if you wanted good entertainment, that was to save the hotel having to provide good entertainment and have a larger bar bills. "
- Travel date: Mon 21st of January 2013
Just returned from Tenerife, having spen...
"Just returned from Tenerife, having spent weeks "All Inclusive" at the H10 La Nina. Our party consisted of 2 adults and 4 kids from the age of 15 to 9. We booked this hotel from the Thomsonâs brochure, but we had also seen this hotel in one of the accessible hotels for disabled, brochures.
It was important for us that this hotel was accessible as my partner is in a wheelchair and needed adequate facilities from the bathroom to the dining and leisure facilities.
The hotel was situated in the high street through Costa Adeje, which initially upon arrival we worried about as we wondered if it could be noisy etc. The foyer of the hotel was impressive and the receptionist very helpful on check in as he spoke excellent English.
We had two rooms one of which was a disabled room. The bathroom was only adequate for one wheelchair user at a time. The wheel in shower access wasnât suitable for my partner's use as the angle of the seat meant he would have fallen off it.
However the room in general was very good. Theâ pushed together" beds were very comfortable. The room had a TV but the only English speaking channel was Sky News which I suppose on holiday is all you need, but I think the youngest would have been happy with a cartoon channel to keep him quiet whilst we all got ready!
On exploration we found the hotel to be very comfortable and of good design for us.
The food for each sitting was good. Initially we enjoyed most of the types of buffet food but by the second week it was a bit repetitive! They had themed food nights, but we werenât quite sure what some of the meats were! The kids were happy with the excuse to have chips regularly!
The hotel had a great occupancy of mainly Spanish and Germans and a few English, maybe it was early in the season and more English would appear later. There werenât many English speaking kids of our kidâs ages but the kids club appeared adequate also.
The bar staff were very pleasant and helpful and it took some time getting used to not having to pay for drinks at the bar unless you wanted a "named" brand, but the local alcohol was very good and there was a great selection available.
The kids loved being able to help themselves to sandwiches, croissants and of course ice cream throughout the day as well as soft drinks for themselves.
The entertainment was mixed. Mostly Spanish speaking but after a while you got used to what they were saying in general.
Overall a very enjoyable stay we would go again. The hotel warranted its' 4 star status.
- Travel date: Sat 9th of June 2007
Rather slow to check in but otherwise a...
"Rather slow to check in but otherwise a very clean and well run hotel.
Food was buffet style, plenty of choice.
Mostly Spanish and German guests during our stay.
Rooms are a good size and a maid cleans every day. Didnât use the entertainment.
The Irish bar up the road (temple bar) is a cracking night out.
Close to the beach and plenty of bars and restaurants close by.
A very good hotel and we will be returning soon."
- Travel date: Fri 16th of February 2007
Could not have asked for a nicer room, g...
"Could not have asked for a nicer room, got sea view but did not ask for it.
Maids every day, air-conditioning worked well, so well the first night we had to get up in the night to turn it off as it was too cold!
Pool too cold for us, entertainment was rubbish, not a hotel for kids (not many there though) if they need to be entertained, but were two women no kids or husbands so had a great time, food was nice but lots of choice in resort
Beach: about 2 mins walk away gorgeous beach.
Night time: only stayed in the evening to take advantage of all inclusive, but cheap brands, went to Irish pub up the hill, great duo on.
Would go again to hotel but not with kids and not all inclusive.
- Travel date: Fri 17th of November 2006
Very modern hotel, good location. Rooms...
"Very modern hotel, good location.
Rooms were spotlessly clean.
Food in restaurant was of a good standard, but towards the end of the week we got a bit bored of the food.
Hotel does a really good deal where if you are on Half Board you can have lunch instead of dinner if you notify them in advance.
Would definitely recommend this hotel, much higher standard than you would expect in this type of resort."
- Travel date: Fri 18th of August 2006
We (over 60 yrs.) are regular visitors t...
"We (over 60 yrs.) are regular visitors to H10 hotels and this was our first visit to La Nina H10 4star. This is a modern style hotel, with and open central atrium, situated within 50m (via the rear entrance ) to Porta Colon white beach, the open air market and 100m to the Torviscas long volcanic beach, 200m to the harbour (boat trips) and in between are shops, pubs and restaurants.
Front entrance leads directly to shops and 300m to the St. Eugene shopping centre. The Hotel was up to the high standard of all H10 hotels we have visited. Restaurant was light and open, rooms were good and clean, staff were very helpful. Quieter rooms are pool view or sea view. Has fitness centre with pool.
Good childrenâs club. Lunch time eating excellent around pool. Only minus is night entertainment area, basic but good group on regularly for dancing. We thoroughly enjoyed our week."
- Travel date: Fri 26th of May 2006
Good clean hotel with lovely food
"I spent a week at La Nina hotel in mid March 2006 and had a very enjoyable holiday. This hotel is situated in a shopping centre and my initial impression wasn't very favourable. The entrance is via a flight of stairs directly off the street and wheelchair users have to go round a long way to access a ramp. However once inside the hotel, the reception area is very impressive. Reception staff were welcoming although there was no bell-boy when we checked in to assist with luggage.
The rooms are reasonably spacious, quite basic for a 4* hotel but spotlessly clean. Maid service was faultless, came everyday at same time and always changed towels, bedlinen when requested.
The dining room was a pleasure to visit. There was a very relaxed atmosphere and the staff were extremely accomodating. There was never a problem locating a free table and the staff were constantly resetting new tables. The food was delicious at every meal, something to suit all tastes. Each night there was a different theme eg. Mexican, Italian, Chinese etc. as well as the standard basics which were always available such as salads, fish, vegetables, fruit etc. The guests were from a wide range of countries and all seemed satisfied with the variety of food.
There was an attractive pool area with plenty of sunbeds. There was daily and evening entertainment.
Overall, I would recommend this hotel for its cleanliness, excellent food and friendly staff. The only negative points were the poor quality of the facade and the floor tiles throughout the hotel which was unexpected in such a new building. Also, the hotel is positioned at the top of a steep ramp which makes access to the promenade difficult for wheelchair users or the elderly."
- Travel date: Wed 5th of April 2006
nice hotel shame about the food
"just spent 2 weeks at the La Nina. it's a very nice hotel, the rooms are a bit basic but you can't fault the cleanliness. good pool area with a nice bar/cafe but we didn't rate the meals much. we went half board but i wouldn't do that again. most of the hot food was cold and tended to be a bit strange, i have never before seen a breakfast buffet that included cauliflower or peas and chips. thank heavens for the salad bar and the fresh bread. i would recommend it for bed and breakfast and the location is good. the building is ugly outside but don't judge a book by its cover"
- Travel date: Wed 15th of March 2006
Great Hotel - Shame About the Management
"Just back from a week at La Nina. The hotel building is great, almost mini 'Las Vegas opulent'. Unfortunately both the food and the staff let the place down. The greeting from the mono-lingual (Spanish speaking) desk clerk was hopeless and when passed to his colleague who spoke English, found him to be cold and indifferent - particularly when I was sent to a smokey smelling room, having specified non-smoking and the attitude of many of the staff was found to be off-hand. There were of course some notable exceptions, particularly the room cleaners; they were delightful. But generally we were not made to feel welcome. As for the food; we were forced to pay for half board, which by day three was a chore to eat and certainly no pleasure. Utilitarian sums it up, dull and without imagination or flavour; what is that universal plastic that they make the 'ham' & 'cheese' from we wondered? Better to eat out than in was the conclusion. Great position and good pool area though."
- Travel date: Fri 27th of January 2006
Good clean hotel
"Stayed here at the beginning of November excellent hotel,very clean, good food plenty of sunbeds the only fault we could find was that there seemed to be a shortage of staff in the dining room, therefore you were waiting for clean plates and tables to be cleared etc.Would go back to this hotel again."
- Travel date: Fri 13th of January 2006