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.
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A la Carte
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Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet meals in main restaurant. Your All Inclusive package is available until check-out at 12 noon on the day of departure. 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.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Spacious pool surrounded by sunbeds and parasols.
La Finca buffet restaurant
La Finca serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner with a different theme every night.
When it's time to cool off grab yourself one of the many different natural juices available.
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twin room with balcony
This inviting and comfortable twin room is spacious and bright. There's air-conditioning and you'll have access to free Wi-Fi in your room. Bathrobes and slippers are provided with satellite TV, a minibar* and a phone*. Just so you know there's also a balcony outside.
twin room with pool view and balcony
This twin room offers a comfortable stay with a balcony and views of the pool. There's air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi in your room - plus you'll have a radio, minibar*, satellite TV and phone* - bathrobes and slippers are also provided.
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The Costa Adeje Gran is a lovely hotel and perfect for families with young children - it is also very big. I have just returned from visiting there with my husband, 15-year-old daughter and 20-year-old son. The rooms are lovely and big - a separate hallway leads into the bedroom which is a very good size and includes a two-seater sofa and armchair. The bathroom has two sinks. Unfortunately, access to the shower is via the bath. However, we were very pleased with the rooms, the only issue is the balcony door - you can hear everything from neighbouring balconies even when the doors are shut. The same issue occurs when you are in the bathroom - the walls are paper thin and you can hear noise from each room either side. The beds were comfortable but the pillows were not. The hotel offers three types of pillow but they are all dreadful. They are a very narrow and extremely uncomfortable. Sunbeds are plentiful and over Easter, there were no issues in obtaining them. I would agree with other reviewers that this is not a hotel for adults without children. However, this issue did not particularly bother us although it would be better if there was a pool where you could actually swim without having to avoid an inflatable. Only the main pool seemed to reach a reasonable temperature while the other large pool was too cold to access. We found the food in the main restaurant to be excellent. We thoroughly enjoyed breakfast and enjoyed Italian night one evening. I can imagine however, that if you were on full board or half board you would find eating there every night monotonous . To be honest, there is no need to go for either of these options, as there are some excellent restaurants within the resort. Unfortunately, I can't enthuse about the pool bar. Although it is reasonably priced, the food is not particularly good and the menu unappealing. The hotel's position within the resort is great - within a few minutes you can walk down hill to the promenade and there is a lovely shopping complex full of upmarket shops. No tacky shops to be seen! There are also a couple of supermarkets very nearby. Twice a week there is a market opposite the hotel which is great. Bus stops to both Siam Park and Siam Mall are a just a short stroll away. We found the staff to be very friendly and helpful, particularly at reception. In terms of evening entertainment, we found this poor but this did not impact on our holiday. My biggest issue is the Wi-Fi within the hotel. It is dreadful and the management need to sort it out. We advised reception that it was not working in our room and they advised that they would give it a boost. But we were still unable to pick it up and this applied to every where we went to within the hotel. In 2017, Wi-Fi is a necessity and we found it very frustrating. Would I stay here again? Probably not, purely because my children are older and the issues I have mentioned are ones I would not want to experience again. I would agree that this hotel is more a good 4* than 5 but despite my comments, we all had a lovely holiday.More
Nice Hotel, not 5 Stars however...
4 day stay in this hotel over Easter - few comments: Kids - if you are not a parent/ family, this may not be the best hotel for you. We booked the hotel based on one of the pool area on the roof being strictly for adults, however, this rule was broken daily, and there was a constant stream of kids running up and down, splashing in the pool, screaming - not much piece and quiet, also given there were 3 pools on the ground floor for children and families. Room - Room was average, not 5 star - scratchy sheets and pillows, in need of a refurb, however, quite spacious and nice balcony and view. Rooms cleaned and towels changed daily. We booked a single room, but it had an adjoining door to a neighbouring room, as well as thin walls, and for what was meant to be a relaxing holiday, didn't manage to sleep much, given the screaming baby next door (thoughout most of the night) - perhaps the hotel should consider having a wing for families with young children. Restaurant - we chose to go all-inclusive which meant breakfast, lunch and dinner in one restaurant, which does get very samey, not a huge amount of selection (compared to other hotels I have been to) few of the dishes were quite salty, but overall the food was okay. Drinks - good range of all-inclusive drinks - no complaints there. Staff - Lots of staff, never waiting for anything very long, super friendly and patient with me practicing my Spanish. General Appearance - super clean, apart from the rooms themselves, the hotel looks very grand and luxurious Parking - Great we managed to have a parking space in the hotel everyday Location - good.More
Where do I start. We arrived for a one week stay with my partner with high expectations of this hotel. How wrong we were! The actual hotel itself is stunning (though a little tired and dated in places). The location is OK, you are about a ten min stroll from main strip of restaurants on beachfront. I work very hard and hoped to come away and spend a week relaxing around the pool, having a swim and sunbathe .... err no chance of that. This is my main gripe with the hotel, the pool experience. Def not 5 Star - how can a hotel of this size with 4 pools not have one inch of space for an adult to take a swim. The whole area was taken over by screaming (and I mean SCREAMING!! kids the whole time, There was no control over them and the pools were overtaken by these kids and tacky inflatables. The noise level was beyond excruciating ... it was almost unbearable at times. It lasted all day long - all you can hear is screeching and screaming. The sunbeds are far too close together and you were hard pushed to find one anyway. No policing of unattended towels as described. I was so looking forward to a swim and to chill by the pool ... after all I paid a lot of money to do so but never got the chance. Gave up after 2 days as it was more painful than it was worth (glad I packed headache tablets). The rooftop pool is a far better alternative if you want a quieter time, but even though we were under impression it was an adult only area, this wasn't the case. On the occasion I went up there it once again had groups of unattended children occupying the middle part of small pool so you could not swim up or down.(they did not seem to belong to any adults up there as surely they would have put a stop to their noisy antics). I enquired at reception if this was an adult only area, as I was finding it extremely frustrating being unable to take a swim or to sunbathe without the high pitched screaming noise level. I was told by lady at reception that it was for children also under parent supervision. She suggested I go to the naturist area if I wanted peace and quiet in an adult only area .... errr NO THANKS! Why should I. This was the worst 5 Star experience EVER!! Lets move on to the main pool bar - asked for a milkshake which seemed too much trouble for the barman and not worth 4 euros. Breakfast hall ... never any tables and it was more like a holiday camp canteen than a 5star breakfast hall. The lady making eggs was extremely rude to me on the first day because I happened to ask for a toasted sandwich before it was ready - how was I meant to know. Don't expect to be spoken to in such a manner by staff - ruined my breakfast that morning. The evening entertainment seemed OK but we never stayed to watch all the way through, ate out each evening and then a nightcap at hotel when back. Once again, screaming hoards of kids running round the bar/reception area and being generally annoying. Boys outside kicking football onto glass next to main entrance. I can only imagine this is what it would be like at a holiday camp ... not a 5 star hotel. Cocktails I would avoid - not worth 6 euros and my pina colada resembled a glass of cloudy dishwater with a splash of watered down juice and milk. It was disgusting. Worthy of sending back but I just couldn't be bothered anymore ... felt deflated enough with my experience so far. Rooms not cleaned till quite late most days - but cleaners do good job. Some Reception staff are quite helpful and polite. Anyway, my personal opinion is AVOID this hotel if you want a relaxing break with some peace and quiet and a normal swim. I have rated it so low due to my own personal experience ... but check it out if you want, you'll prob see what I'm talking about. More
This was our third visit to the hotel. everything about the place is excellent. from the time we entered at the reception area nothing was to much trouble. we had asked our travel agent if we could get the same room as in our previous visit. No trouble what so ever. The rooms are very good although after this being 3rd visit felt that the rooms could do with a slight make over in particular the shower which was slight hard to turn on. This was the only criticism as the rest to the hotel is excellent, the food is superb and a great choice. We were all inclusive which was great. Great value and a great hotel. Just a point our cases were uplifted at the hotel by Jet 2 on the day of departure which was another plus..More
Great spacious hotel
Stayed here for 10 days in April. This was our second visit as we loved it so much the first time. A great hotel in a great location. Don't want to repeat all the positives that have already been mentioned apart from agreeing with them. We paid for tea and coffee making facilities in our room. Milk was long life however there was a fridge in the room where you could keep fresh milk from the supermarket opposite the Fanabe hotel. We found we had to request replenishment of tea and coffee at reception. It didn't happen naturally. A few people have commented about men having to wear long trousers in the restaurant for dinner, we think this is right for a five star hotel and only to be expected. We had one issue with some guests being drunk, very rowdy, lots of bad language and generally making a nuisance of themselves but on bringing it to the attention of the management it was dealt with quickly and quietly. We applaud the hotel for that. Just one "even better if..." I frequently found the plates under the hot counter cold even though they were under a heat light. I hate having to use cold plates for a hot meal. Not quite sure what the hotel could do about that. Finally the hotel has a problem with people who take the rolls at breakfast, turn them into food for lunch and walk out with them hidden in their handbag thinking this is acceptable. All they have to do is order a packed lunch at reception oh yes, and pay for it too.More
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