A grid of yellow-topped balconies makes up the unsightly exterior of the Interpalace. Inside, the low-ceilinged lobby is a little claustrophobic and is appointed with dated seating, although the large flower arrangement at reception helps to liven things up (even if the staff don't). Outside at the pool area, which is surrounded by well kept greenery and a tennis court, the loungers are quite tightly packed around the pools although there is no building blocking the sun's rays, allowing for a full day's bronzing. Depending on where you are lying, you can have a great view of the interior of the island the volcano Teide. One downside is that just outside a road runs along the perimeter of the hotel meaning a little noise pollution. Note that towels require a deposit of 15? but there is no charge for changing them. The kids club, over at the Bonanza Hotel, comprises two shed-like structures next to the main pool, where the children are kept occupied by the animators if the weather is bad. Otherwise the eight animators entertain both kids and adults throughout the day with sports competitions, water gym and cocktail games, while in the evening a professional show is put on after the mini disco. As is usual in the south, these shows feature solo acts rather than lots of performers in a full blown show. The Bonanza also has a small fitness room open to the Interpalace's guests, with a few basic machines as well as a basic spa which offers various types of massage, health treatments and beauty care. Back at the Interpalace, there is a heated indoor swimming pool for when the weather is bad. Other facilities include a small kids playground and a minigolf course. There are coin-operated PCs for surfing the internet situated in the lobby.