Like many of the hotels in the north of Tenerife, the Bonanza was built 30 or so years ago and in some respects shows its age. While its condition certainly doesn't betray its age, the décor, whether original or not, is however dated and has probably been kept that way for the older guests that come in the winter. That aside, the hotel is clean, calm and has most things one would need on a break in the island. It is easy to find your way around and getting to your room is quick and easy. There are two pool areas, one of which has a children's pool and a small snack bar whose terrace is not covered. None of the pools are heated in the winter months and there is neither much space around them or good views due to the high buildings alla round. That said, the space does have quite a bit of greenery and there are several levels of solarium space above the swimming pools with a lot more space, as well as ping pong tables. There is actually one other swimming pool, an indoor one which is open all year round, next to which are two saunas. The kids club, two shed-like structures next to the main pool, is 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 hotel has a small fitness room with a few basic machines as well as a basic spa which offers various types of massage, health treatments and beauty care. Some of the other facilities in the hotel include an arcade room, tennis courts, multi sport court and a cards room. Wifi is available in the lobby and at the pool for a charge while there are also coin-operated PCs available to guests without laptop.