Art Deco meets traditional Spanish here. It’s an unusual mix, but it certainly works. Take the handmade glass dome above the reception. Depicting the stars and constellations you can see from the hotel, it’s the crowning glory to an ornate Art Deco extravaganza. Tall indoor palms soar upwards beside wrought-iron balustrades and pink armchairs are dotted around the chessboard tiled floor.
The exterior, meanwhile, resembles a tropical paradise. Pathways meander through exotic botanical gardens filled with palm trees, flowers and fountains. Nestled amid all this are circular landscaped pools with little bridges and islands. Waterfalls and rock features complete a picture of pool perfection. And there’s ample space on paved terraces and within the gardens to lie back on comfy sunbeds and enjoy that castaway feeling.
Guest rooms are as stylish as the rest of the hotel. Luxurious and elegant with wood-paneling and tiled floors, they’re decorated in tranquil shades of taupe and blue.
The hotel is right above the water's edge, and a lift whisks you down to Playa Fanabe beach. You’ve also got direct access to the seafront promenade. Turn one way and you’re within easy reach of lively Playa de las Americas. Go the other way and it’s a pleasant stroll to upmarket Playa del Duque.
Where dining’s concerned, you’ve got three restaurants to choose from. Tuck into Solandra’s international buffet at breakfast and dinner. Come lunchtime, snack on tapas at La Cascada by the pool. You can enjoy an a la carte dinner here in the evenings, as well. Plus there’s stylish La Cupula for a candlelight dinner à deux.
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Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Saltwater pool heated all year round.
Poolside restaurant and bar*
Cascada restaurant is the place to come for tapas lunches and à la carte dinners. If you get peckish outside mealtimes, snacks and drinks are served here between 10.30am and 6pm.
Live music and shows
Professional shows and live music are performed all year round, on the terrace of Tiffany Bar in the summer and in the Armstrong Ballroom come winter.
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GREAT HOTEL, BUT UNIMPRESSED BY THOMSONS
Attractive large and quiet 5 star with 350-400 rooms, situated immediately above the long promenade at Costa Adeje, with one of the best pools in the Canaries that we've visited-heated to 29C. Beautiful 4th floor sea view sun terrace and a la carte restaurant/cafe with numerous sunbeds and umbrellas-but be warned towels on sunbeds placed there before 0900 will be removed-much to our amusement, when a confrontation took place when one of our continental cousins thought his towel and sunbed (reserved at 0835) had been taken by a fellow countryman and laid into him verbally and tried to snatch his chair back before we intervened and advised him that the pool attendant had taken it-he didn't do it again.Numerous other sun beds also around the palm lined pool. Tremendous choice of foods in main restaurant at breakfast and dinner, the only minor niggle was that most precooked poultry was a bit tough and tasteless-everything else was great. Numerous restaurants with sea views on the prom below at similar prices making dinner choices easy, if not on half board. Main Thomson drawback was that I paid £60 extra per night for a sea view and was allocated a sea glimpse room on a lower floor, with over 70% of the view obstructed by trees and another rooms sun umbrella-next time I will book direct with the hotel. Thankfully when I complained within 30 minutes of allocation, Amy, the Thomson rep was able to get us reallocated a higher floor room. However in both cases they were mainly west facing and only got sun after about 1600 and it got dark at 1800! Thomson airport/hotel transfers were good but the flight was a hard sell experience for much of the 4 hours journey with strident voices over the tannoy..More
Looking forward to celebrating our anniversary at the same hotel
Everything, and by everything I mean everyhting, was exceptional!!! The staff, always there to assist you with whatever you might ask and always with a smile! Even when we found little ants in our room or there was an incident with the ceiling (the only incedents we faced), staff's actions were prompt and useful ( the ants came back a few days later, but again the staff "took care" of them). Breakfast, lunch, dinner: Huge quantities, perfect quality, big variety of options and although in the beginning the price seems expensive, when you realize how much you've eaten and of what quality, you do recognize that food is of great value for money. A lot of facilities (pool, gym, hair saloon, massage etc - some for free pool & gym) which made our accommodation even more comfortable and pleasant. The hotel is located in Costa Adeje (a city actually built of hotels and bars/restaurants) by the beach where there is a long pedestrian road where you can take magnificent photos and have a relaxing romantic walk. The only drawback (if I can say so and only for young couple as we were) was tha fact that there were a lot lot of elder couples/people (at least the season we went 9/2013). However, in Los Christianos (another tourist city in only10 mins driving) the scenery was changing totally. Full of young people and louder bars (still don't expect Ibiza or sth). Long story short, a unique trip and an amazing hotel, which we'll visit again on our anniversary!More
ivanplakotis, Athens, Greece
Another Excellent Holiday
This is our 3rd visit to this hotel and it gets better every time if that is possible, the standards are excellent the staff are so friendly and efficient nothing is to much trouble for anyone. the standards of food and drinks are unbeatable and excellent value. being in the hospitality trade my husband and I would not hesitate to recommend this hotel to anyone.More
Pauline J, Chester, United Kingdom
Already planning stay no. 3
Stayed here again for 3 nights on a b&b basis. Cannot fault it. Friendly, helpful staff – everyone greets you with a smile and nothing is too much trouble. Our room wasn’t ready on arrival so we had a courtesy room and a free lunch at the pool-side restaurant. We requested the same room in Adeje as last year. Large, clean and quiet, not too near the front. Lots of sunbeds – there is never a problem about getting one, although people do still bag the best spots with towels. Why? No poolside aerobics or music (thank heavens). Swimming pools fantastic – lovely large free form, and an icy fresh water which I braved this time. Didn’t eat at the hotel, but breakfast was of excellent quality with a great choice. Absolutely perfect for a weekend break – 30 minutes from the airport so you can catch an early flight and be there in time for lunch and a chilled glass of wine. What more could you want?More
Even the best sometimes let their guard slip
This hotel was recommended to us and the reviews here confirmed that recommendation. We booked a junior sea view suite but hotel and tour operator brochure pictures over egged what you are likely to get. As it was we arrived mid afternoon to be greeted by the bellman (2 of them) and the reception staff. Five star ticks for both of them. Then we were told we had been upgraded to a suite. Getting better all the time; were offered a drink and then went to the room. Not a suite unfortunately unless you call a corridor opposite a lift with a desk, easy chair, tv and sofa plus a separate bedroom where the foot of the bed to the wall was about 2 feet. The terrace opened up to a view of the access road to the underground car park and a view of the apartments opposite; worse it also looked over the public walkway to the beach which was very busy mid afternoon. Nowhere to hide from people-gazing people so the terrace wasn't going to be much use to us and where was the view? The hotel was full and, after several hours of negotiation we were moved to another room in another block that was also said to be a suite but was really a long room with a bed and a sofa, one tv (not that tv's are at all important but suites are described thus) and a lobby (a very good sized lobby with bathroom off etc). The balcony was tiny with two sunbeds and two chairs with a table; barely room for people and it overlooked the pool and the town. Three days in we were moved again (having been told that they could do nothing until the Friday) and we ended up in a duplex junior suite, I think. So this was a lot of aggravation and the descriptions (of rooms) were misleading. That was the bad news and it did detract from our holiday. In every other aspect this hotel exceeds and it is pleasing to see that they are currently No 1 in the TA rankings; they deserve a super category because, as everyone else suggests, the staff are brilliant with never anything but a smile and a willingness to please. This applies to everyone we came into contact with. Simply superb. Yes the hotel does cater for an older clientele but by no means exclusively and their is plenty of room around the two pools (you'd be better off in the freshwater pool, colder by a significant degree, but much less busy and is adjacent to the main pool for those who want their pool at silly temperatures). Nobody loses weight in this hotel a testament to the variety and quality of their restaurants (of which 3) and the evening entertainment which might lack quality on occasion but makes up for it with the entertainers enthusiasm. All in all a very good hotel something of a cut above the rest.More
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