Given that it has fast become one of the most popular party destinations for the youth of Great Britain and beyond, Tenerife amply caters for a whole host of night-time activities. Most people head down to the South West of the island, into Costa Adeje, which is made up of the Playa de las Americas and Los Cristianos. Here you’ll find rows upon rows of bars, pubs and nightclubs to suit most tastes. I recommend for newbies to start off at the Starco Commercial Centre, where the density of establishments seems most prominent, closely followed by Veronica’s Strip, home to internationally renowned club ‘Sound of Cream.’
After a long, hard night of partying at one of Tenerife’s hundreds of clubs and bars, it is more than likely you’ll be after somewhere comfortable and relaxing to rest. The list is endless and overwhelming; it really does depend what type of holiday you’re on and consequently, what you’re after. If you are travelling with children, for instance, the 4 star Bahia Principe San Felipe in Puerto De La Cruz is right on the sea front and offers a whole host of family friendly entertainment and child care options. If you’re after a bit more of a bargain, the slightly less rated Aparthotel Villa Tagoro in Playa De Las Americas isn’t right on the beach, but still has all the expected amenities.
The more 18 to 30 crowd will have less difficulty finding a suitable place to stay – Tenerife Hotels tend to be aimed at this age group, especially if you stick to the South West. Most hotels in the area come in the form of apartments, where visitors can choose the option of full board, half board or self-catering. Some particularly reasonably priced hotels that I know of are; the Pez Azul in Puerto de la Cruz, Florida Plaza Apartments, La Carabela Apartamentos, Teide Mar Apartments and the Tropical.