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Beautiful old building overlooking the barranca
Admittedly, we were only there for one night and didn't have dinner there. However, we had asked for a room in the old part. The room was very large, with a high, beamed ceiling and sympathetic washing facilities. We overlooked the barranco - which was great for sitting by the window, although there is a lot more space downstairs on the terrace. The breakfast was very wide-ranging and good. The hotel is interesting to find - in a set-back place up near the top of a hill. Fairly straight-forward if you go directly off the motorway rather than trying to find it through Los Realejos. However, it is easy to walk (on a bridge) across the barranco to find the facilities at Los R. The 'village' it is in is distinct from Los R. but very close. Parking may not be easy to find. (There are limited spaces on the road in front.) There is a (wrong one-way) road with parking a little further down the hill. If you get caught up by the church all is very steep and narrow.
Great to escape the tourist trail.
I booked the Hotel Bentor Rural to get some winter sun and get away from the rat race. That also meant not going to the usual tourist areas for accomodation. The hotel is definately rural and in the middle of a village. You certainly felt as if you were living within the community rather than away in an enclave. The facilities were basic but more importantly clean. Each room has a small room for ensuite facilities. Security was a little bit of a concern because my room's shutters opened up onto the street at waist height, with only a small latch to secure them. I couldn't have the shutters open when asleep as it was only the large shutters which opened, potentially letting anyone in while I was asleep! Really needs a small opening for ventilation & more robust locks. The parking was easy enough, there was a side street within 200 yards where I parked every day, without any cost, it always had free spaces. The staff were incredibly friendly and accomodating. I couldn't have asked them for more. Our flight was delayed and even though we were late for dinner, they accomodated us and opened the kitchen! The food was of very good quality and fresh. We didn't really know what was coming each night until it arrived, but it added to the experience. The food was local, usually accompanied with a local chilli type sauce which was delicious. I don't think I've eaten so healthily over a whole week! The hotel was very quiet overnight except for the odd guest coming and going. There were 2 churches locally which rang bells for the time, maybe worth bearing in mind in case it might cause you a disturbance. Breakfast was a rather random buffet where you wouldn't be sure what would be on offer but there was at least usually something to please most people. I recommend having breakfast on the terrace near the pool! If you're looking for an immaculate hotel, with the height of luxury then this isn't the hotel for you. However, if you look for rustic charm, something out of the ordinary and very friendly staff, I recommend this hotel. Should I revisit Tenerife I would certainly look it up again.
Beautiful rural hotel
This hotel is in a very quiet location in Los Realejos. The hotel was very clean and the staff made us feel welcome from the moment we walked in. We were a little early for our rooms but they let us leave our luggage in the reception so we could find a place to have lunch. The rooms were very nice and modern but in keeping with the hotel. We had rooms in the new part with large patio and was very quiet because it overlooked the barranco and down to the sea. The small swimming pool is also good to have after a walk around the old part of town and the church. We stayed in the hotel for evening meal and was pleasantly surprised at the three course Canarian meal for 10 euros, there is a choice of meat or fish and both were very nice. The only fault with this hotel is it is not very good for people with walking difficulties due to the amount of steps down to the rooms. We enjoyed this hotel and will certainly use it again when we are at the North of the Island.
Lovely hotel, shame about the food
Spent one night at the Rural Bentor whilst visiting friends locally. Had a very nice double room on the back overlooking the sea and rural surroundings. Booked half board for an extra £36 - bad mistake! It is cheap to eat in rural areas in Tenerife - you can get a lovely meal for £20 including drinks. The set meal was dreadful and no choice whatsoever - thickened liquidised vegetable soup, extremely over-salted tuna with old and dried up Canarian potatoes (no vegetables or salad) and a slice of bought caramel cake. The other people in the restaurant looked as if they were eating much nicer food - and when their bills came they did not pay much more including their drinks than we had paid as our half board supplement! Also breakfast very poor - the patsries were stale and although we went down at 9.00 there were only a few pieces of over-seasoned dried up Spanish omlette and some very oily chopped up fried potatoes - no bacon or eggs. Juice and coffee dreadful. Best part was the nice fresh fruit. The chef needs to be told that not everyone wants over-salted food and as the restaurant can offer other food apart from the "meal of the day" that they need to give people who have paid extra for half board a choice of tasty edible food.
Booked this Hotel as a package with Expedia. The Hotel is housed in a renovated old building dating back to the 17th Century, I think. They have maintained the front portion to the old theme but the rear portion seems to be built more recently. Pros: -Nice location -Quiet neighbourhood. -Residential locality -Good views from the rooms in the back with a terrace. -Decent sized rooms. -Away from touristic activity -Free parking nearby -Hardworking reception staff -Adequate inclusive Breakfast Cons: -Away from the beaches -Dim lighting in all rooms -Thin walls between rooms -Non-existent WiFi even in communal areas -No coffee making facility in rooms -No drinking water in rooms -Meagre quantity of toiletries - advised to take your own. -Hair dryer unavailable at rooms - 10 Euro deposit for borrowing one. -Weak pressure in shower - especially for Hot water. -Meagre selection of English channels in TV -Noise from the streets in the rooms in front. We were initially given a room facing the street, though I had requested a room behind. Spent a night there - disturbed sleep due to the noise of vehicles on the street and also the neighbouring room. Requested the reception for a change and were obliged with a room in the newer portion in the back with good views from the terrace balcony. The biggest let down was the unavailability of WiFi not only in the rooms but also in the advertised communal areas. It was erratic in the communal spaces and very slow if anything. In this competitive industry, I feel that it is very important for hotels to provide their guest with free good quality WiFi access everywhere in the property - I am sure that it does not cost much nowadays. I also felt that hot drink making facilities, with adequate toiletries & hair dryer and provision of drinking water is necessary. They have a dining restaurant for dinner. We did not use it but saw some of the guests having their meals there. There were two reception staff I met on different days - Tina & Goretta who worked separately in shifts. They were both so pleasant and helpful. I got the feeling they were made to work really hard by their management. They doubled up as the people managing the breakfast in the morning as well. This Hotel seems to be short staffed. My sincere thanks to them. Overall - for a 3 star hotel rating, it is OK for a short stay. Not recommended with guests with mobility problems because of the big steps.