Costa Adeje Gran  

This chic hotel comes with 4 pools, 2 restaurants and the kind of interiors you’d normally see on a magazine cover.

This stylish hotel gives you the pick of 4 pools, including a rooftop number. The dining scene is special, too. There are 2 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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Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

All Inclusive

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

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Outdoor pool

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.

Juice bar

When it's time to cool off grab yourself one of the many different natural juices available.

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twin room

This is an inviting and comfortable twin room that can sleep up to three. You can request a minibar and a phone, but there will be a charge. It can also be sold as a single.

twin room with pool view

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.

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Wanting to book this hotel but have a question!

I am looking to go here in May/June with my boyfriend. I was wondering if there is a water park near by? Also is it worth going all inclusive as the reviews on drinks and cocktails don't seem to good!? Thank you More

Shannonxox,

My idea of heaven

We have just returned from our 3rd stay at this amazing hotel. I have just been reading some of the negative reviews about it. I would love to know what kind of eyes these people are looking at this hotel through. The Costa Adeje Gran is a warm friendly hotel with polite staff who make you feel welcome. I would like to address some of people's negatives, Firstly yes there is paint peeling off the exterior of the hotel in places, however this is a 12 month resort with no closed season, the maintenance team are working on the hotel at all times and are dealing with the problems, it's a big hotel where they are working continually on it. Secondly safety deposit boxes, what is the problem with paying €12 for the security of your belongings, get a life and pay it. Thirdly it is not 30 minutes to the beach its a steady 15 minute stroll. The staff always speak to you and the waiters in particular soon get to know who you are, remember what you drink and have a bit of banter with you. The food is great, plenty of choice and something for everyone. The pool area is lovely, clean, looked after. The pools are perfect, all new sun beds you can't beat it. The rooms are comfortable with robes provided and plenty of toiletries, another nice touch is the housekeeping team call round on an evening to replace your tools and toiletries if you wish. My only negative about this time was the entertainment we thought that they could have been a bit better, and we thought that the new karaoke idea is cheapening the hotel a bit, however we did speak to Alberto and gave him some feedback and he was interested in our views. The most relaxing hotel I have ever stayed in and we are already planning our next stay there we can't wait. And lastly if there something that you either don't have in your room or don't like speak to them they are lovely people who want you to enjoy your holiday, don't just say nothing and then rant about it later. More

tizzy766, Newton Aycliffe, United Kingdom

Not worthy of 5* rating

just returned from a week's stay in this hotel. we arrived on my birthday and staff very kindly left bottle bubbly and chocolates in the room which was a nice touch. My husband booked an evening meal to celebrate my birthday in the La Laja restaurant within the hotel. for the extra cost I would not recommend this eaterie as there are many finer places to eat few mintues walk from the hotel and the experience was somewhat disappointing. Hotel was very busy which made buffet service in the restaurant a bit frantic. Also to be charged for use of safe in the room and for coffee and tea facilities to be laid on was not received well by us, especially given the hotel star rating. We would not return to this establishment.More

45Chrissie, Darlington

Cant wait to return

We were lucky enough to visit this great hotel for the 2nd time between the 20th and 27th January. You cant help but be impressed by the entrance to this Duchess of a hotel, its all very cool and welcoming with lots of lovely elegant seating areas and its just as awesome the 2nd time around. The main entertainment and bar area is to one side of the main entrance and the reception desk is at the opposite side. Reception - We were greeted by Jorje who recognised us from our last visit and checked us in quickly and we were soon on our way to our room. Rooms -We had emailed the hotel prior to our arrival and requested a room on the 5th floor (floor below the roof terrace) which we were given, we'd previously stayed on the first floor and both rooms were identical except the view of the mountains behind the resort was more amazing from the upper floor. Rooms are immaculate and large and excellently furnished and are really more like suites. Our cases had been delivered ahead of us so it was a quick unpack and out to enjoy the amenities. Negatives - There aren't really any but I've looked at previous reviews with interest and yes things could be improved upon but only ever so slightly. The paintwork is a little bit shabby in places but this was in the process of being repaired whilst we were there and didnt affect our stay. It would be nice to have tea and coffee facilities in the room or at the very least somewhere you can get a hot drink when the bars are shut. As this hotel also offers B & B and Half Board and only recently All Inclusive they are still finding there feet but it certainly wouldnt stop us staying there again. It would be good to have water in the rooms for All Inc guests as its the only All Inc hotel i've stayed at where you have to ask for water at the bar. Drinks - only 3 All Inc Cocktails, the rest you either pay a supplement or pay full price, which we couldnt work out the reason for and it was the same for other drinks. The bar menu does make it clear which drinks are All Inc and which you pay a supplement or full price for. Meals - in the main restaurant were amazing with a great range including fresh pasta dishes cooked to order. It can get a bit busy and canteenish at peak times but it was better managed than the last time we were there, they did play piped music one night which helped it seem last canteenish but they must have forgotten to turn the sound system on the rest of our visit. The All Inclusive meal option at lunchtime is a bit basic and served at the poolside bar, with one of the following being offered each day: burger, hot dog, paella or spanish omellette, to go with these there are fresh rolls, crisps, lots of fresh fruits, gateaux, ice cream and lots of salad cheeses and hams, although to be fair what is on offer has improved from the last time we stayed and All Inc guests can help themselves as much as they like. As well as the All Inc option they also have a lovely menu that you can order from and pay for. Bars there are 4, the main bar in reception, the pool bar/cafe, a smaller bar on the roof terrace and a fruit/coffee bar outside the spa. Spa -They have a great Spa complex offering all the usual massages for very reasonable prices. There is a Spa circuit which can be hired for 15 Euros per person so for 30 euros a couple can have the place to themselves for an hour, the facilities include, steam room, sauna and jacuzzi, and 4 other items it has a couple of relaxing chairs and plays soft music, when we were there they had a special offer on where it cost 48 euros for 4 sessions. Pools - there are 4, 2 main pools on the main sun terrace with a kiddi pool next to it and the roof pool which is amazing and really peaceful in fact for its size the whole hotel is amazingly quiet and peaceful Entertainment- not the worse ive seen, mostly good tribute acts and due to the many nationalities using the hotel is probably the best solution, but they maybe could go on a bit later as not everyone wants to go to bed before midnight. Nobody needs to worry about mobility issues in the hotel as there are amazing glass lifts that take you to upper floors. Staff - without exception all the staff are very pleasant from those that greet you with a smile every day or those that have a conversation with you. Area -Hotel is in a great position for getting out and about with a ten minute walk to the beach, although there is a slight incline, there is a lovely promenade that stretches in either direction. There is a twice weekly market right opposite the hotel. Local buses and 'park' buses pick up on the road outside. The brighter lights and shops of St Eugenes and Playa De Las Americas are a short taxi ride or stroll away. The hotel seems to have recently started a card system whereby you can tally goods, services drinks etc and pay for them on checkout, which seemed to be a good alternative to cash or credit cards. I hope anyone reading this review finds it helpful as i have tried to give an honest review to enable possible guests to get an accurate view but honestly i really cant wait to book again :)More

NickyMiff, Kelty, United Kingdom

Ignore reviews of poor customer service

Currently enjoying our 12th stay at this hotel which is a positive review in itself. I would like to address the reviews claiming poor customer service. In our twelve visits we have experienced excellent cutomer service from ALL staff. With reference to Ana, reception, and Sherry, customer relations, their attention and service have been exemplary. I cannot understand why they have been single out for criticism but suspect that the complainers were looking for something outrageous. We have already booked another two visits to this hotel and hope the complainers stay awayMore

sammartin1, Ayrshire Scotland

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