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 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.
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.
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.
My husband and I spent 2 weeks here from the 6th of june 2016. The hotel entrance is amazing, when you look up you can see the swimming pool, not every hotel has that. On arrival at reception we were greeted with a smile and offered refreshments of sparkling wine, water or apple juice again not all hotels do this. Our cases were bought up to our room by the bell man and the room was lovely and clean and nothing broken or damaged. We had a room on the second floor over looking the pool. The chamber maids cleaned the room every day and gave us fresh towels. You have to pay for a safety box in your room but that's nothing unusual. The dining area is big and the displays of food were very impressive, although after a few nights as i am a fussy eater I got a bit fed up of chips and salads. The waiters bring your drinks to your table. Evening entertainment was alright but I found it was more for the older generation, they had singers, tributes etc. When it's busy at night you can sometimes have to wait at least 20 mins for a waiter to come and ask what drinks you would like, alternatively you can go to the bar yourself but again this is very busy as the bar staff are doing drinks for the waiters and are very rushed of their feet. After midnight you have to pay for your drinks even if you are all inclusive. Our travel iron broke after our 2nd nigtht and we asked reception for the hire of theirs, but some people who had already hired the irons hadn't bought them back so we never got an iron, in the end we went to a local shop and bout an iron for 17 euro. We like to have a cup of tea in the morning and found that we didn't have these facilities in our room so again we asked reception and we had to pay for the use of a kettle for the 2 weeks. You only get enough teabags etc for a couple of cups and then you have to pay again for the teabags, my advice just take some from the breakfast table in the morning. After a week the chamber maid had cleaned the room and took the cups away so again back to reception to ask why and they told us that you only get the use of the cups for a week, strange but then they sent someone up to the room with cups for us. The pools are great, not too deep at 1m 40 and there are activities at the pool most days, killer darts, archery, pool exercises and so on. If you venture up to the roof top pool you get an amazing view but this tends to get packed so you need to be up early to get your lounger. But don't leave your towels there and go for breakfast as they will be rem,oved by staff. There is also a naturist area up at the roof top so beware, most people walked in just to see naked people and then came out laughing. The hotel is big and impressive but I think they should have irons in the rooms and tea/coffee making facilities for a 5 star hotel. You also get a code for free wifi for the entire holiday, loved that.More
Costa Adeje gran June 2016
Stayed in this hotel for 11 nights.
â¢ immaculately clean. Could not be faulted.
â¢ bed was slightly annoying as was not double - two singles put together. Weren't able to attach together and kept moving apart.
â¢ no kettle in room so unable to have a drink in mornings. Had to wait to go down to breakfast.
â¢ environmentally friendly - had small sign to put on bed if wanted sheets cleaning.
â¢ in general the room was basic but did the job
I am a fussy eater myself however my partner who is not found it difficult to eat the food by the end of the holiday. They tend to repeat the food options quite a lot and found it difficult to make a meal ended up with if its on a plate. Some food was left out too long so dried out. They need more varieties of dishes to accommodate for everyone as until dinner time the food on each side of the stations is the same.
â¢ breakfast is very good for food - however only served English sausages and other food etc every 4-6 or so days. Eggs and pancakes to order. Fruit sometimes didn't look fresh like had been kept. Lovely pastries and fresh bread.
â¢ lunch is average - lunch was a difficult meal as it was very similar to dinner time food. They have pizza pasta and a few other dishes around but in general it's bland with no flavour compared to the freshly cooked food to order at dinner.
â¢ dinner can be good can be bad - some nights there was a lot of choice. Always a theme to the food which was nice however it could be emphasised more. Freshly cooked pasta station was very good. Have food exactly how you like it and very quick. Did get bored of the food some nights as wasn't very exciting so went out to other restaurants quite a bit.
The a la carte menu was very basic and didn't have a lot of choice. Didn't end up going to this restaurant in the end.
The pool were lovely. Cleanliness couldn't fault. Tiles in places can be slippery and extremely hot on feet. Palm trees around top pool can be annoying as a lot of them and block the sun for the sun loungers. No reserve policy on the beds which is good and peoples towels were removed so they certainly act on it unlike other hotels. No music around the pool which did make it a bit boring in regards to the atmosphere - definitely needed. Entertainment was poor - no speaker or anything so didn't know when they were doing the entertainment. Hardly any entertainment during day which was disappointing however the aqua gym was very good with one of the instructors.
Entertainment in the evening was good however mainly singers. There was a magician which was excellent but no comedy acts or getting the guests involved
We felt very out of the businesses and life of Costa Adeje so I certainly wouldn't pick it for the location. Lovely restaurants around but the atmosphere is about 20-30 mins away walking.
Overall a good hotel but room for improvement. Would only say it was a 4 star hotel not a 5.More
Stayed at Adeje Grand half board and the hotel was good and food was good in the restaurant the only thing is all the men had to wear long pants or Jeans would do. While the ladies could wear what they wanted . The best laugh is you needed to wear pants but any footwear would do even flip flops . Another Stupid Spanish Rule that was just crazy and sexist as well.Really spoiled it for our Party of 14 and would struggle to go bck because of this . The Adeje Grand is a good walk to the beach and down hill but coming bck is the problem if you are not healthy . Love Tenerife and going bck next year to Las Americas either H10 conquestordo Biticora or vulcano and Med palace or cleopatra are the ones for me.More
Kevin John O,
My recent holiday to this holiday was an overall very very positive experience. We travelled as a family (2 parents and 2 young adults - 19 and 22) and were at the hotel for 10 days and were all inclusive.
The hotel on arrival is very modern and impressive with a large foyer on entry. In this area there is the main bar, entertainment area and reception (floor -2)
The next floor (-1) has a TV room, pool/snooker area as well as another bar.
The next floor (0) has the main dining area as well as access to the pool area (which has another 2 bars).
Above this are the guest rooms.
Pool area has 2 large pools with access to the gym/spa, tennis court, basketball court, football area, a small mini-golf and an archery area.
On the roof there is an adults only terrace and pool (heated) as well as a separate nudist area.
Our rooms were on floor 2 and we had 2 room together which had an adjoining door between the rooms. One was a double room with a full size double bed (not 2 beds pushed together), the other a twin room with 2 full size single beds. Rooms were identical and had a double wardrobe with a safe which uses a key (supplementary charge for use, we did not use this on our stay), balcony with seats and clothes hanger, large bathroom with double sink, toilet, bidet and bath/shower.
Rooms were very clean and cleaning staff came in every day to make beds and replaced all towels, robes were also available in rooms.
The hotel has an entertainment team with a set weekly plan for day time entertainment. This included bingo, aqua aerobics, archery competition, darts competition, mini golf competition and table tennis competition. As well as this there is a kids area with an entertainment programme and kids night entertainment.
Each night of the week there was different entertainment from 9:30pm - 11:30pm.
One thing we did find was lacking was this schedule. The entertainment was very mellow and the main bar closes at midnight. This left nothing to do after this and no access to drinks. The hotel is definitely in need of more night time entertainment options of a more lively nature as there is not a lot in the immediate surrounding area.
However it should be mentioned that the ABBA tribute group was very good and good and got the crowd involved. And the Magician act was hilarious and included members of the audience from a variety of ages.
The main dining area was for the buffet which was served at breakfast, lunch and dinner. We were very surprised at the variety of food! It was brilliant! There was 2 live cooking stations, one for meat and one for fish. At breakfast time these were used for fried eggs and pancakes. There is also a third live cooking area for pastas. Every dinner time there was a ice cream bar and 2 chocolate fountains. All the food was to a high quality and the service in the restaurants was fantastic!
The main pool bar also had a small cold buffet during the day with an ice cream bar, they also had a small patio restaurant where hot food could be ordered. From 12:30 the bar also had hot food that was included in the all inclusive deal - cheese and ham toastie, pizza portion or hotdog. Both of the pool bars also had coffee machine, spirits and beers and 4 slushie flavour options.
We found that the hotel was a very comfortable stay with everything we needed on hand. The hotel was very clean and staff were fantastic. If i was to return to this area I would highly consider this as a hotel choice. My only picky complaint is more lively entertainment options at night and one bar to be open later.More
Excellent family holiday
We have just come back from a 10 day holiday at the gran hotel. The person who made our holiday such fun was Sergio [ramas] as the men in our family called him. He was great fun and even waited to see us off. The only thing that slightly let the hotel down was the evening entertainment, it started at 21.30 and lasted about 90 mins but it was not great and before that it was just a singer who struggled with the words to the songs. Rooms are large and comfortable and the food had something for everyone. Everywhere is very clean and reception very helpful. As a family we all said we would love to stay here again.More