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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A verdant oasis
Just returned from a stay at this lovely hotel and can only really confirm what other reviewers have said. From arrival to departure the staff were wonderful. Very friendly and always a cheerful "Ola" as they passed by. On check-in we were asked how frequently we'd like our bedding and towels changed! Being environmentally aware we didn't opt for fresh towels twice a day. The hotel is beautiful with the most impressive stained glass dome in the 4 storey public area and a Tiffany style 'roof' on the bar. This whole area is filled with an abundance of plants. We had a sea view suite with a large balcony on which was a table and 2 chairs plus a 2 sunbeds and a parasol. The room was clean, well appointed and comfortable and the bathroom was very modern. The thing lacking for me was a hospitality tray which I would expect in a 5* hotel. We'd taken our own kettle, mugs etc as I knew that these things weren't in the room. You could buy a tea package or coffee package and I did make a note of the prices but seem to remember it was about 15 euros for a kettle, 1 litre of water and tea bags and possibly a similar price for the coffee package which came with coffee pods. The highlight of the hotel for me, was the gardens and pool area. So many plants and some with tiles giving their Latin and Spanish names. And because of all the greenery, birdsong all day long. There were bridges and waterfalls and meandering paths. A triumph of design. The waterfall near the rooms in the block where we were (Guanhani) was really noisy and I did wonder about it keeping people awake but it was thoughtfully turned off in the early part of the evening. There were lots of sunbeds and parasols around the pool which, in spite of it supposedly not being allowed, were reserved by the time we went to breakfast at 0845. When we wanted a sunbed there were still a few available but this reserving of beds really winds me up. Hotel.........enforce your own rule. We only ate breakfast at the hotel but I couldn't fault it. There was everything you could possibly think of even a juice bar where if you can juice it - it was there! My only critisism here was the milk. I wish hotels would refrigerate the cold milk instead of relying on those metal urns to keep it cold (which they don't). I loathe room temperature 'cold' milk on my cereal. I know - don't have the cereal then - but I like cereal! As for the location of the hotel - it's not directly on the sea front but has a promenade and shops and restaurants between it and the sea. Yes turning left out of the back gate of the hotel does take you into Blackpool-land (as other people have said) but this also meant an abundance of places to eat, many of them looking out to sea. I wouldn't hesitate to return to this hotel.More
SueLyn, Waterlooville, England
Great Hotel, Wonderful Staff
This was our first experience of 5-star, and we were not disappointed. All the staff were extremely pleasant and smiley and very helpful. Although we booked B&B, we ate in the main restaurant on several evenings, and the quality of food was outstanding. Breakfasts were fantastic. Altogether a very pleasant experience. There were good restaurants in the immediate vicinity, so plenty of choice there too. We made the holiday booking back in October 2014, and got in touch with the hotel at that time with requests for a quiet room. Unfortunately we didn't realise that there were 5 separate buildings, and our room was in the building farthest away from the main reception. This was a major problem for us, but the Reception staff could not have been more helpful in finding us a very suitable alternative, two days later, for which we paid a small supplement. (At time of arrival the hotel was fully booked). Our holiday continued very happily after that. Fortunately we were there for 10 days. One morning at breakfast, I talked to a young Englishman who was with his girlfriend, also there for the first time, staying for one week, and they loved the hotel so much he said they would definitely book for two weeks next year. Several people we spoke to had been there many times. The gardens were beautiful, full of trees and birdlife, and so much colour. Also very tasteful artwork. There was a very handy supermarket just across the road from Reception, and also a shop within the hotel for newspapers. Just a 5-minute walk away was the Plaza del Duque, a stunning place to walk around and treat yourself if you like Designer shops. I have read previous reviews which mention walks along the promenade. From the rear of the hotel there is direct access. Turn left and you walk towards Porto Colon and the area is quite built up. Turn right and you can have a pleasant walk as far as La Caleta, a fishing village with good fish restaurants, and less built up. Either way, on a lovely sunny day both are very pleasant. We will remember the hotel for the quality of the staff, particularly on Reception and in the Restaurant. Also Isabella in the Bar, who was a delight. I would say to anyone wishing to book, this is a beautiful hotel, but if you have mobility problems request a room close to the main building. For youngsters, no problem. We didn't actually use the pool, but the atmosphere there was always pleasant, and the sunbeds very comfortable. Our balcony was lovely and large, and we had sunbeds as well as chairs and a coffee table. Also wall-to-wall sunshine with a shaded area immediately outside the room, which kept it cool. We found the air conditioning very effective and quiet when we needed it. I would say to anyone thinking about booking - do it, but ask for a room in Taganana or Masca.These buildings are closest to all the activity.More
lyn j, Harlow, United Kingdom
Top notch and relaxing
A very nice stay at the hotel the place is spotless the staff very proficient and friendly On arrival we had been upgraded to a garden view room which was wonderful nice and spacious with a lovely balcony with sun beds a lovely place to relax. We used the very well equipped gym (sparingly!) and played a little squash we only had B & B the buffet breakfast was good with plenty of choice of good fresh food the only trouble being the customers at peak period the place is like a zoo why do peolpe have to stand directly in front of a toaster to watch the toast disappear on a conveyor belt can they not just load a step aside and let someone else in? The pool area is superb with two pools one warm one cold great fun going from one to the other. Plenty of sun beds but the selfish pool hogs are out in the middle of the night reserving beds the towels spend 10 times more time on the beds than the nasty people reserving the beds. We had lunch a few times at the pool bar excellent flood and service the staff really cannot be faulted. Caberet at night was pretty good we had the luxury of being able to watch from the balcony All in all a great hotel made special by the brilliant staff and the effort put in to making everyone feel special and valued.More
We had a wonderful time in may - june 2014.Hotel is beautiful.We had a lovely unforgettable time there.Food was fantastic, staff is very friendly and helpful, room was clean bed vet very comfy. Swimming pool with sea water warm and clean. Thank you Jardines de Nivaria.More
BaxDob, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Holiday in May 2015
Just returned from a 9 day stay at this beautiful hotel. Facilities, food and hospitality second to none. Special mention to Jesus in the gym very helpful and friendly. Arturo,Beatrice and Manolo for their excellent service in the dining area and Roy on reception who was very polite and helpful. Top hotel with great employees well done. Hoping to return next year thanks again. Gary & Karen Humphries. ðMore
Gary H, Birmingham, United Kingdom
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