This chic hotel comes with four pools, two restaurants and the kind of interiors you’d normally see on a magazine cover.
This stylish hotel gives you the pick of four pools, including a rooftop number. The dining scene is special, too. There are two places to choose from, with special mention going to the Mediterranean à la carte.
The sports line-up includes tennis and squash, and there’s a sanctuary-like spa. Location-wise, it couldn’t be better – it’s on a hillside about a 5-minute walk from the centre of Costa Adeje and the beach.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Nationally produced alcohol and non-alcoholic drinks until 24.00.
Snacks 10.00-12.30. Cakes 15.00-18.00. Late night sandwiches until 23.00. Your All Inclusive package is available until you leave the hotel for your return flight home
The twin room offers a comfortable stay for up to three guests. There’s a radio and you can request a minibar and a phone, but there will be a charge. Outside, you have a balcony or terrace offering views of the pool scene.
My partner and I have stayed in Tenerife many of times before but we decided to stay in Costa Adeje this time round,
For a 5* hotel it has a beautiful surroundings, extremely large pool and hotel grounds, staff were very polite, but the food was not great, not much selection for fussy eaters such as my partner who found it very difficult to eat especially around lunch time and dinner. If you are an adventurous not so fussy eater you will be fine don't get me wrong I was happy with my dinner but got bored towards the end.
The night time entertainment was very dry, the usual magic tricks etc. so we opted out majority of nights and were expecting more from a 5* hotel.
There's not much choice for cocktails if you're all inclusive which I thought was very surprising only two available.
I would not call it a 5* by amenities but by scenery it is.
overall good holiday but more for older couples and not even so much families.More
Sherine P, London, United Kingdom
We have stayed at this hotel many times over the years. Last year we stayed here and the main pool was being rebuilt. A bit annoying due to the noise etc but we're not unreasonable people and understand this work has to be done. HOWEVER, we've just returned here again and are in the middle of our stay. This time the other pool is being refurbished plus there's scaffolding up around the hotel due to repainting. Maybe it's just bad luck, but that's two stays in a row disrupted by building works. What is unacceptable is that nobody warned us before we came that this work would be taking place. We paid approx Â£100 more for a pool view and all we have is a view of a building site! Yesterday there were pneumatic hammer drills going all day and due to the enclosed nature of the building the noise (and dust) was unbearable. We would have been better off financially and aesthically had we opted for a room WITHOUT a pool view. Certainly not what you expect from a hotel with a five star rating!More
rizzo4, London, England
We really liked this hotel - food plentiful and varied (three different soups every day), a number of cooking stations from which the food was lovely plus a large salad, cold meats, cheeses and hot dishes to choose from. We also discovered after a couple of days the AI food bar of which there where enough snacks to keep one going between meals.
We saw a couple of times towels being removed from sun beds if there was no one with them before 10am - good practice in our opinion and one more hotels should carry out, however if a towel was put down after ten then it could stay there for hours without it being removed or anyone sitting with it. Fine if the hotel is not busy but not so if it is. We also liked the roof top pool but the noise of feet hammering along the decking drove us back to the main pool.
The evening entertainment was (when we were there) all singers which we did think was a little monotonous, the standard varied considerably too - Motown was very energetic and full on, the Three Tenors slightly slap dash until a member of the audience sang and caused them to raise their game. We also thought that the PA system was not good if you sat to one side (as most of the seats are), we sat directly in front of the stage for two nights and it was good, he others we sat to one side and it was not so good.
With regard to the building and pool works - the pool was emptied on Monday 13 April) for the liner to be stripped off and replaced, we left on the Wednesday and up until that point there was no noise. During that week there where not so many children in the hotel so not so many in the pool, however this pool was not being used by guests prior to the emptying of the other due to the fact it was far too cold so in effect everyone was just using one pool anyway - just a different one.
Yes, there is another hotel being built across the road but noise from it - what noise? We sat at the front of the hotel (ie just across the street) and I heard more noise from the local church clock chiming the hour than from the building site.
Lifts - yes one did have issues but there are three other pairs (one in each corner) so not the end of the world if one is not working.
We did have niggles - no kettle or tea making facilities, shower suddenly going cold but we have yet to find that perfect hotel so for us it is all part of the experience!More
Enaj1966, Harpenden, United Kingdom
We have just returned from a week at this hotel classed a 5* but would rate at a 4. Unfortunately we a bad week in which the main pool was under refurbishment so all guests were positioned in one pool. As a late 20s couple it would not be recommended there was lack of entertainment and games during the day and no music round the pool area. Due to the use of only one pool there was a large majority of children in the one pool.
The rooms were large and spacious but the shower kept going freezing cold and stopped working, 2 days on a trot our room wasn't cleaned and we had to ask at reception. The evening entertainment was more suited for the older generation. Throughout our stay the lifts kept breaking and due to being on the 5th floor we ended up waiting constantly for the one working.
Opposite the hotel a new one is being built so there was constant noise daily from this and the new pool being refurbished.
We had bed and breakfast and the food was nice, we went out in the evening for dinner along the front of which was cheap but experienced a few bad restaurants.
All the staff were friendly and helpful.
The air conditioning was awful so god help people going in summer, the beds were comfy and big.
The hotel definitely is more suited for the older generation or families. There is free wifi.
The hotel was not far from the airport but unfortunately as we had organised shuttle transfer we ended up on a coach for an hour picking people up on the way to the airport of which then had an hour and a half que to get through baggage and then security. Due to this we had no time to eat or shop and was boarding straight away.More
Leoniewarne, Surrey, United Kingdom
This is NOT what should be classed as a 5* hotel.
Why - I would suggest that because of the number of lifts available and the presence of a spa, hairdresser, shops (pretty tacky) and sports facilities this might have given this hotel an extra couple of stars!
On arrival we were pointed towards free refreshments - cava or apple juice - to help ourselves to.
We arrived in the evening and needed bottled water for the room - reception gave me directions to the nearby 24-hour supermarket down the road. This is 5*?
The hotel room photo was taken with the widest angle lens - so it was disappointing to see our accommodation - we are three and would normally have a suite or an extra large room.
We stayed half-board and the breakfasts were horrid, unless you can eat eggs - the rest of the food was very tired, dried out and the coffee served at the table was awful! There is a coffee machine but more times than not it had run out of milk, or coffee or both....we ended up laughing at the dishwater it produced!
The evening meals were so hit and miss and unless you arrive shortly after the 'restaurant' opened the food would be overcooked and the ambiance was more like a manic school canteen - the only plus was that the wine list was reasonably priced!
We were unable to eat out because a member of our party was unable to manage the steep walk to and from the lovely restaurants in the bays nearby. We managed once and it was lovely - sadly there were no taxis back from the restaurants on the beachfront back to the hotel, and any which way you go it is a steep walk back to the hotel.
The 6th floor subbed terrace was nice but unfortunately one or two of the guests seemed to think that pouring their drinks down gaps in the decking was a better idea than taking unfinished drinks back to the bar and as the decking was not cleaned regularly by the end of the week looked pretty grotty in places.
Evening 'entertainment' - can't escape it is you fancy a drink after supper - please see the review from 'cayenne40' a week or so ago for more information.More