This beachfront hotel comes with Art Deco interiors and tropical gardens starring two lagoon pools.
Design-wise, Art Deco meets traditional Spanish at this deluxe hotel. Hop in the lift and you’ll be on Playa Fanabe beach in seconds. Back at the hotel you’ll find two lagoon pools tucked among tropical gardens.
Food-wise, options include a Mediterranean à la carte restaurant and a tapas place by the pool. There’s also a stylish spa, sports like tennis and squash, and high-calibre evening shows.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Outdoor saltwater pool
Surrounded by palm trees, there's a real tropical atmosphere here. It's also heated year round.
Poolside restaurant and bar*
Cascada restaurant is the place to come for tapas lunches and à la carte dinners specialising in international dishes and Mediterranean food. 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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The twin rooms have a contemporary look. They sleep up to two. There’s a balcony or terrace that lets in plenty of natural light.
twin room with garden view
The twin rooms have a contemporary look. They sleep up to two. There’s a balcony or terrace that lets in plenty of natural light with views of the garden. Plus you get some extras like bathrobes and slippers for extra comfort.
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Stunning Sea Views
The superior suite offered us beautiful sea views, tranquility and excellent facilities. The facilities in this hotel are superb - gym, pools, dining - all with a level of sophistication expected from a 5* hotel.More
Good staff, good atmosphere, good hotel
I would recommend this hotel as good value for money and agree it is a five star just about. The bits I loved were breakfast which was excellent and not too busy either. The staff were very good and the general atmosphere is very relaxing especially the pool, very peaceful. The cleaners could do with not clattering around so early, know they have work to do but dragging beds around at 8am is not 5* in my opinion. Their turn down service is done way too early also at around 5-6pm, maybe different in different blocks? The bar and lounge areas are excellent including some beautiful stained glass windows. There are other facilities which we didn't use like the fine dining restaurant which probably wouldn't have suited our 17 month daughter! Looked lovely though. Would highly recommend this hotel for location if you like a wander to nearby restaurants etc and it is a very good hotel. There was quite a bit of sunbed towel shenanigans but we always found somewhere without too much trouble. We would go back without a shadow of a doubt!! More
Positives: The breakfast was fatastic- big selection of fruit, breads, cold meat, eggs, smoothies, baked goods- no wishes we left open. In the evening there was always some form of entertainment in the form of either music perfomances or dance. This really created a holiday atmosphere and was lovely to come back to after dinner. The hotel is in a fantastic location with lots of shops and really good restaurants around it and not to mention the beach! The staff (and I mean everyone) was so helpful and friendly. Or room was clean, open, and modern and had a BIG balcony. Criticisms: Unfortunately during the entirity of our stay there was construction work going on around us. This started as early as 8am in the morning and woke us up on several occasions. On our penultimate day we called reception and were offered a different room with a fantastic sea view (and late check out) so no complaints there however in a 5 star hotel renovation work should not start that early.... (we were told the hotel could not control the workers and if we don't move room then this problem would persist even though the following day was a saturday!)More
Philippa B, Shoreham-by-Sea, United Kingdom
Perfect hotel for a stress free week.
Upon arriving at the hotel we were warmly welcomed and were told that we were getting an upgrade to a junior suite! Holiday was off to a great start! we were offered a free drink and free lunch as the previous guests had only just checked out. So, great service by the staff for that and all throughout the holiday. Really cant say a bad word about them. The room was a good size and absolutely immaculate ( just like the rest of the hotel) beds were comfortable, balcony was twice the size of standard rooms'. Location of hotel is excellent, being very close to shops and restaurants. So staying bed and breakfast isn't a problem as your spoiled for choice for someplace to eat. The pool area was great, nicely laid out with large heated pool, cold freshwater pool and Jacuzzi. A very peaceful place to be with mainly older (55+) guests. I trying to think of any negatives and i'm struggling...the balcony barely got the sun...thats it! A perfect hotel for relaxing, and being treated like royalty!More
Alasdair S, Alloa, United Kingdom
7,5 out of 10
We booked this hotel after reading reviews online, which we're glowing. Initially we booked a junior suite with a sea view, as it seemed to offer a lot of space and all amenities that we wanted. When we were checking in we were informed that we had gotten an upgrade from the hotel: a suite. We thought it was a nice gesture but when we got into our room it was a highly compartmentalized 20 sqm space and the balcony was basically hanging over the main street, so we would be on full display all day for all the people walking past. I got very angry and asked to see the junior suite. As it turned out the junior suite was a two floor 50-60 sq meter room with 2 bathrooms and a nice balcony on the 6th floor. Of course we wanted to stick to the junior suite. IÂ´m puzzled as to why they call the other room a suite. Part of me wonders whether they just wanted to re-book the junior suite and were hoping we would be satisfied with the other room. Or perhaps, which is more likely, SpainÂ´s idea of a suite is a funny one. This really cast a shadow on the hotel's quality in my view. On a more positive note, the service was excellent and the food of high quality (although not of a 5 -star hotel quality in western Europe). The hotel is also squeaky clean and offers a nice gym e.q. So the most part of the stay was pleasant, except for one thing (which seems to be the norm in southern europe); the wi-fi was horrible. Also, on the 5th day, the wi-fi went off for a couple of hours (we were told). The "couple of hours" turned into 48 hours and the guests were not notified, were offered no explanation as to why this was happening and we were constanly being told that it would be up and running "in an hour". This is not acceptable for a 5 star hotel as the service and customer care should be excellent. To sum it up, the service was, for the most part excellent, and the food and drinks were first grade. This is just not a five star hotel (compared to 5 star hotels in western europe at least) and if you have buying power I suggest you look into other options. I know I will.More
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