All Inclusive Holidays To Tenerife
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All Inclusive Holidays In Tenerife Guide
A Guide To All Inclusive
For year round sunshine, there's no better place than the Canary Islands which is why all inclusive holidays to Tenerife are such a popular option for British holidaymakers. Whether you want to escape the British winter, or enjoy the school holidays on the island, Tenerife makes for a fantastic holiday, with excellent all inclusive resorts allowing you to 'fly and flop' and just chill by the pool, or head out and discover more of the island, from boat trips to see dolphins, to fun days out at Siam Park waterpark.
When To Go
The weather is pretty decent for most of the year with temperatures hottest in July and August, but you'll still find sun and warm weather in December and January. Although if you're heading to one of the many great beaches in winter, expect some chilly sea water! The peak summer school holidays are going to be the most expensive time to visit, but if you're on a budget, be flexible with dates to find the best deals.
If you prefer a grown up escape, several adults only hotels in Tenerife also offer all inclusive (and half board) options. Try the H10 Big Sur in Los Cristianos or the gorgeous RedLevel at Gran Melia Palacio de Isora. This luxury, 5-star resort has a dedicated adults only section, including adults only pool, plus views across the sea to La Gomera.
Popular All Inclusive Resorts
From the ever popular Playa de las Americas, to the lesser known Puerto de la Cruz and Playa de la Arena, there are plenty of inclusive holiday destinations on Tenerife. You can find our favourite all inclusive hotels in Tenerife here.
Playa De Las Americas
As one of the main tourist areas on Tenerife, Playa de las Americas offers a huge range of accommodation from self catering apartments to all inclusive hotels. Being so close to everything going on and plenty of nightlife, you may find that an all inclusive holiday in Las Americas isn't for you, so that you can go out and try the local restaurants and bars. And there are some great food deals out there. But if you want to know that food and drinks are sorted, and you can still be in with all the hustle and bustle, check out top AI hotels including Hotel Best Tenerife, Spring Hotel Bitacora and Hotel La Siesta.
Considered one of Tenerife's more upmarket holiday resorts, Costa Adeje enjoys great restaurants, bars, entertainment and attractions, but the all inclusive hotels here are top notch. Many offer a variety of restaurants so you can mix up your dining experience, with special children's buffet areas in the restaurants and plenty to keep the kids busy during the day. The resorts here are well contained with top all inclusive hotels including the H10 Costa Adeje Palace, Iberostar Las Dalias and the Melia Jardines Del Teide.
Golf Del Sur
Golf del Sur has a much more chilled out vibe. You'll find plenty of self catering accommodation around here but there are also all inclusive hotels too, like the luxury Fantasia Bahia Principe, which is a great resort for children and has family rooms too.
It's important to know what exactly is included as part of your all inclusive package. With some tour operators, you'll find that more is included than others so always check to see what is and isn't included as part of your package.
All packages will include flights and accommodation, but certain tour operators like TUI, easyJet Holidays and Jet2holidays usually also include extras like check-in luggage (when flying on their airlines) and airport transfers. Other tour operators like loveholidays and On The Beach won't include these as standard so you'll probably need to add these on during the booking process before you pay.
Not all hotels offer the same all inclusive packages, but generally all meals and meal time drinks are included, when dining at the main buffet restaurant. Drinks during the day are generally included too, along with daytime snacks like ice creams at the pool bar. It's usually local alcoholic drinks that are included, with premium brands costing extra. Things like 24 hour food and room service will also have an additional charge too.
All Inclusive Plus
"All Inclusive Plus" is another option that some hotels and tour operators may also offer. Again, this can vary from place to place, but will often have premium drinks included, as well as a select number of meals at a la carte restaurants within the resort.
Things To Do In Tenerife Outside Of The Resort
All inclusive is great if you just want to "fly and flop", spending all your time by the pool, but there are so many exciting things to do in Tenerife. They will obviously cost extra but they will certainly make your holiday extra special!
There are multiple different boat trips you can take from Tenerife, including exploring the cliffs at Los Gigantes and even a yellow submarine tour, but there's nothing quite as special than heading out into the ocean and spotting whales and dolphins. Half day and full day trips are available and should be booked in advance to make sure you get the trip of your choice. Alternatively hotel staff can help you book.
Mount Teide National Park
For something completely different, hire a car or take a tour up into Mount Teide National Park. This unique landscape is more like the surface of the moon than a beach holiday destination, with lava fields and the towering Mount Teide volcano. It's also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best places in the world to go stargazing at night.
Think you'll be bored of sunbathing by your hotel's swimming pools? Worried the kids might get bored? Fear not. There are two outstanding water parks in Tenerife, both great for families, with the main one being Siam Park water park. It's even rated number 1 on TripAdvisor. Tickets will cost extra, although there are a couple of packages staying at Villa Mandi which includes Siam Park tickets.