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The Teide Mar with its typical Canarian wooden balconies structure, surrounded by a lush subtropical garden of 4000sqm is situated in La Paz, one of the most popular residential areas of Puerto de la Cruz in La Paz, overlooking the Orotava Valley, the ocean and with spectacular views of Mount Teide. The famous Botanical Garden of Puerto de la Cruz is only a short walk away. At easy reach within La Paz area are popular restaurants, bars and shops and the centre of Puerto de la Cruz with the Martianez Lago sea pool complex, the small fishing harbour, picturesque old town centre and its typical squares is at about 20 min walking distance.
How far is the nearest beach?
The nearest beach is located 300 meters from the hotel.
Distance from Airport
Approximately 28 km from Tenerife North airport and 98 km from Tenerife South airport.
The hotel comprises of 6 floors, 2 lifts and 257 Studios. All studios have a combined lounge-bedroom, full bathroom, kitchenette including fridge, direct dial telephone, TV (local charge, offering set english channels of Eurosport, BBC, Sky News, Sky movies, Sky sport, CNN), safe box (at a charge), balcony (some of the rooms have a view of Mount Teide pool / garden).
Food & Drink
There is a quite pleasant restaurant with views of the garden serving buffet breakfast and meals, a pool bar serving drinks and small snacks, and an evening bar with a pleasant familiar atmosphere, occasional shows and evening entertainment.
Sports & Entertainment
Outdoor fresh water pool, heated in winter with sun-beds and umbrellas, 1 childrens`pool and childrens`playground (small). Pool tables and a tennis court are also available at a charge.
I've just arrived back in the UK after a wonderful week at Teide Mar. I stayed here about fifteen years ago and was pleased to see that it was as great as I remembered. The reception staff were...
I've just arrived back in the UK after a wonderful week at Teide Mar. I stayed here about fifteen years ago and was pleased to see that it was as great as I remembered. The reception staff were always friendly, professional and courteous. They were happy to tolerate our attempts at Spanish but able to respond in English when our efforts failed. Unless we needed them, they left us to enjoy our holiday. The building itself is mature, and built in a traditional Canarian style with wooden balconies overlooking either the sea or the gardens. From my previous stay I knew that the sea-facing apartments could get noisy due to traffic and the bar below, so I happily paid approx £20 extra to upgrade to a view over the pool - which is set in a beautiful and mature subtropical garden - and of Mt Teide. Eating my breakfast while looking at a volcano gave me enormous pleasure! The immediate local area is well serviced by cafes, restaurants and bars, as well as souvenir and clothes shops. There's also a supermarket, Suma, about 100 yards away that has an instore bakery and an impressive array of fresh local fruit and veg. The walk into town takes about 15 mins, but does involve 228 steps if you take the scenic route. A taxi back up cost about €3.50. We travelled to and from the airport using the island's TITSA bus service, and there's a stop at the end of the road where you can catch services to Santa Cruz, La Laguna and beyond. We bought Bono Via cards (available from Anand's shop just opposite Teide Mar) which makes journeys really cheap. We found the entire complex to be well cared for and spotlessly clean. Housekeeping visited five days a week, and the staff were polite and always happy to come back later if they caught us in. There was a 'do not disturb' sign available, which was respected. There was copious hot water for baths and showers, and while Spanish baths tend to be a little shorter in length than British ones, ours was very deep, which made for luxurious bathing. There was also a bidet! Our room had massive fitted wardrobes with plenty of hangers provided and both drawers and shelves, as well as a safe that was available for a small extra charge. The beds were firm and comfy, although like many continental hotels, we had two twin beds but were able to push these together to make one massive one. We also had a double sofa bed, and table and chairs in the living area. As I'd visited previously, the kitchenette was as I expected (and as described on my tour operator's website); there was a sink, two electric rings and crockery for 3, plus a couple of saucepans, a frying pan and cooking utensils. We booked self catering as we enjoy doing our own thing, and ate out in the town several times, but when we stayed in we found the facilities quite adequate to make pasta and salads using local cheeses and veg, as well as breakfast and lunches. My partner and I really enjoyed our stay: we found Teidemar very welcoming and comfortable, with the peace and privacy we value, the facilities which we needed and at an amazing price which left us able to spend more on eating out, day trips sightseeing in La Laguna, Santa Cruz, Icod de los Vinos to see the Dragon Tree, and a memorable excursion up Mount Teide (pop in to the car hire/ tour office a few doors up if you fancy taking an excursion, the owner is very helpful). Thanks to all the staff at Teidemar for helping make our stay so happy, and see you next year!
This apartment hotel is excellent value for money. Yes, the building and rooms are a bit 'tired' but the place is spotlessly clean. The food is what you expect from a buffet style restaurant although...
This apartment hotel is excellent value for money. Yes, the building and rooms are a bit 'tired' but the place is spotlessly clean. The food is what you expect from a buffet style restaurant although the choice of food was greater than we have experienced elsewhere. The breakfast choice was particularly good with both continental style and English style breakfast choices available. The staff were friendly and efficient. The first night the noise from a nearby bar interrupted our sleep. This was outside the responsibility of the hotel but when we told them they immediately organised another room for us. The swimming pool and gardens are well kept and a pleasant space to sit. A good holiday
First stayed here in 1988 and again in Late 2014 and the place has not changed very much at all, still the same paint colours in room, have picture from back then and...
First stayed here in 1988 and again in Late 2014 and the place has not changed very much at all, still the same paint colours in room, have picture from back then and now !!!!!!!! the wooden balcony rails are pretty dangerous, rotten and weak. Location is OK Food is fine and good fun at the bar. But sadly all the bad memories of back then came back as soon as i walked in the place.
Booked in for 11 nights but only stayed 7, the apartments are supposed to be self catering but only have 2 ring hob no grill oven or microwave , no kettle , unit doors falling of - wiring around fuse...
Booked in for 11 nights but only stayed 7, the apartments are supposed to be self catering but only have 2 ring hob no grill oven or microwave , no kettle , unit doors falling of - wiring around fuse box taped up and sticking out , old aluminium pans ect room cleaned once in 7 days , Entertainment rubbish Hotel and Resort is set up to cater for there main clients who appear to be German and Finnish , I only found 1 other British person in 7 days and he was Scottish in the whole resort Could not even find a café to get an ENGLISH BREAKFAST its that bad . and before I forget The mist roll's down the mountain at about 9.30 blotting out the sun for the day I gave up and payed 120 euros for a taxi and 128 euro for another hotel in adeje in the south of the isle, A HOLLIDAY DISSASTER
There are some rainy days in winter here, but it's still warm even in heavy downpours, meaning a light cagoule might be in order. But as you would expect in Tenerife the sun is otherwise omnipresent, with clear skies and astronomical temperatures of 25° Celsius in July, and around 15° Celsius by December. Sunscreen, yes - sweaters no!
As UK, Courses or boosters sometimes advised: hepatitis A (not normally for package tourists).
European Style 2-Pin Sockets, 220/225V
No visa is required for a stay of up to 3 months