Hotel Jardines de Nivaria  

This beachfront hotel comes with Art Deco interiors and tropical gardens starring 2 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 2 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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Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

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

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Outdoor saltwater pool

Surrounded by palm trees, there's a real tropical atmosphere. 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. 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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twin room

The twin room has a contemporary look. It sleeps up to two. There’s a balcony or terrace that lets in plenty of natural light.

twin room with garden view

The twin room has a contemporary look. It sleeps 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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Lovely hotel

Stayed at this hotel in November, our first trip to Tenerife. We wasn't disappointed, very nice hotel, really clean, fantastic staff, lovely food, direct access to the beach. We stayed in a junior suite which had a lounge downstairs with balcony and a mezzanine bedroom, excellent accommodation. The pool area was clean and spacious, lifeguards on duty at all times. The gym is by far The best I have come across in a hotel. We had a really good week in this hotel and will be back without hesitation.More

stollywire, Warrington, United Kingdom

Great Hotel & Great Staff

Got back on Tuesday from ten days bed and breakfast at this hotel in a junior suite with sea view. Lovely suite with plenty of room, good wifi, flat screen tv, lounge area, very comfortable bed, a big balcony and a huge, private roof-top sun terrace. Mini bar was well stocked and not massively expensive. My partner is 47 and I'm 49; there were a few families with young children but the overwhelming majority of guests are OAPs, this didn't bother us but bear in mind the entertainment reflects the age of the guests. This was a bit hit and miss with rather cheesy singers/keyboard players and lots of pensioners doing ballroom dancing to it ... not really our cup of tea! However, the Beatles tribute act and the flamenco dancers were superb, we really enjoyed these. The pool area is very nicely kept and we never had trouble getting sunbeds. Robes and towels were provided. The pool, apart from the area with the waterfall, is heated and there is a great hot tub with very powerful bubbles, plenty of room for everyone. As mentioned, we stayed bed and breakfast and had no complaints about the food, although there are one or two cultural issues with certain dishes, for example it is apparently customary in Tenerife to add sugar to scrambled egg and vinegar to mushrooms, both of which I disliked. Not a problem, though, just switched to fried egg instead, they also do poached, boiled and omelettes. The lady on the egg cooking station deserves a special mention, she was a delight with a big smile and 'Hola' every morning. In fact all of the staff at this hotel were marvellous, from the bar staff, the receptionists, the chambermaids and the waiters ... everyone we came into contact with was charming, friendly and helpful. This seems to be a good hotel company to work for as it was notable how happy everyone seemed to be in their work. You can have the smartest, swankiest hotel in the world but if you haven't got the staff, you're on a hiding to nothing because people just won't come back. This hotel has got it just right. They even have English tv channels, BBC, ITV, C4 etc! There are plenty of places around the hotel to eat, although the PRs can be annoying, stopping you every five minutes to try and get you into their place. We eventually stopped replying to them and just shook our heads and walked on. My best tip is to choose a place without a PR and preferably head to Los Cristianos (10 euro in a taxi) where the restaurants are far better than Adeje which seems to be full of Italian places selling overpriced pizza. Also look out for the irritating chap hanging about outside the Diamond Resorts place by the Hyperdino Supermarket. He will attempt to get you into conversation and offer you a 'free open day', which is them trying to sell you timeshare. Just say you've made plans and walk on. We did get tired of him every morning when we went out for our papers, you'd have thought he'd got the message after day one! We did three tours during our holiday, one Mount Teide but be aware that you will not have time to use the cable cars to the summit if you're on a tour, one to La Gomera which was amazing ... beautiful place and finally the Yellow Submarine which was also brilliant. We took the public bus to Mount Teide a couple of days after our original tour, hoping to visit the summit as we had already bought tickets for the cable cars and our permit. We were hugely disappointed to get there and find the cable cars were closed due to high winds and we were then stranded for over four ours until the next bus came, waste of a day, so bear in mind. Probably a good idea to get the phone number of the visitor centre and ring them on the morning and save yourself time and money. There is a tour office at the hotel and the lady in there is very helpful and speaks excellent English, prices were competitive too, more or less the same as the street vendors. Just don't book a tour through your holiday rep, you'll end up paying double! I would recommend eating at The Filet de Coeur and El Torres, both in Adeje/Fanabe, superb steak at the former, gorgeous seafood at the latter. Avoid at all costs Atlantico opposite the hotel's back entrance, worst seafood I've ever had the displeasure of eating. If you do manage to get into Los Cristianos and want proper Canarian Tapas, head for The House in the heart of the town, 24 euro for eight tapas for two and the most divine Drambuie coffees, nothing like the rubbish you get at home with a tiddly bit of liquer in, these really pack a punch and are a fine way to finish your dinner. Linares on the front at Los Cristianos was also good. We didn't eat at the hotel apart from breakfast, but it all looked very nice and they do a set menu at La Cupola for around 35 euro. We did mean to eat there, but never quite got around to it, but we definitely will next time we go back. We wouldn't hesitate to go back to Jardines de Nivarias and thoroughly recommend it for a peaceful and relaxing holiday in lovely surroundings. It's not cheap but that's reflected in the high quality of the service, food and surroundings. A final word of warning for when you go home .... if you find yourself tempted to buy VIP lounge access at Tenerife South airport .... DON'T! It's a total rip-off and cost me over £40 for the pair of us. Grumpy, unfriendly staff, disgusting toilets, scruffy, down-at-heel, dirty glasses, grotty carpets, broken blinds and the most pathetic selection of drinks and snacks ever, only one kind of beer (the cheapest), no hot food and just about every spirit bottle almost empty .. complete waste of money to have the 'pleasure' of sitting in a dump! You have been warned!More

Eyupmiduck, England

Lovely Hotel in Adeje Teneriffe

My wife and I have just returned from a weeks stay at the Jardines de Nivaria Hotel in Adeje Teneriffe. From the moment we arrived we felt completely relaxed. The service in all departments of the Hotel were of the highest standard from the ladies servicing the room and the staff in the poolside restaurant (La Cascada) and the restaurant were buffet dinner was served(La Solandra). We had booked half board with the idea of maybe having to eat in the a la acarte restaurant. However the choice in the La Solandra was extensive and excellent quality for both breakfast and dinner that we were completely satisfied with this restaurant.We would thoroughly recommend this Hotel for a restful holiday without a care in the world.Well done to everyoneMore

Denis5941, Bridport, United Kingdom

Jardine of Eden !!

We are at the hotel at the moment, and I have to say it is a beautiful hotel. It is definitely 5* . The decor is elegant and sophisticated and not at all like the non-descript plastic so prevalent in so many hotels. Our room is only Standard, but there is nothing standard about it .We have a king sized bed, the decor is solid wood, and the bathroom has beautiful tiling. They are cleaned thoroughly every day, and the bed linen and towels are changed daily. All the little essentials are included -shower gel, shampoo, hair dryer,tissues combs etc. etc. etc ! The grounds are beautifully set out, and immaculately maintained by the team of gardeners.The sun loungers are very comfortable, and they cover them up every evening so they are in excellent condition.Pool towels and towelling covers for the beds are all provided so there is no need to bring your own.The staff we have met are great - polite, helpful, friendly, attentive to all your requests and they can't do enough for you, but not in a pushy way.The food is delicious with great choices at breakfast and evening. We ate mostly in the main restaurant but had lunch at La Cascada pool side and in the evening a couple of times, and that is a lovely setting. Our first night we ate in La Cupula which is A La Carte. We had a delicious chateaubriand but there was little atmosphere or ambiance - something was missing unfortunately. If you are into fitness, then bring your kit -the paseo is ideal for your early morning run - even, clean,uncrowded,apart from fellow runners and with plenty to look at whilst you run ! The gym is one of the best equipped hotel gyms I have ever seen with a very comprehensive range of machines, a squash court, tennis court, and sauna with changing room and shower.There is also a gym trainer on hand to help and keep an eye on things.The pool is heated so it is no shock to the system to use it ! The only down side is the actual location of the hotel - we thought it would be further out towards La Caleta but it is quite near the main throng of Costa Adeje - but only about 15/20 minutes from the airport - we had a taxi which got us here in quick sticks. The hotel is definitely on the border between "grotty" and "elegant"!- when you take the lift down to the playa, turn right, not left !! Unless you want to see the tacky part of Adeje !! Head toward Miramar and El Duque with their little bars and restaurants and shops. There is a large new shopping centre about 100 metres from the front of the hotel - all the big names, but with big prices to match !! -lovely to browse but very expensive to buy. In fact there is quite a lot of development going on, and the area is looking very sophisticated and cosmopolitan, and every where is very clean. All in all we are having a great time, very relaxing and grown-up !!- and that is probably the thing about here at the moment -the average age is probably 65/70 !! My only grouse, in fact, has nothing to do with the hotel, but the guests-why do they insist on coming to the pool in the bath robes which are provided in the rooms -it is like being in the grounds of an old folks' home or the geriatric wing of the local hospital with all these dodderers going round in their institution dressing gowns - don't they realise these are "bathrobes" not beach cover-ups - very off- putting and something we feel should be addressed by management. But apart from that, you would not be disappointed by a visit to this hotel, provided you do not want a riotous holiday !!More

suethesunworshipper, Leeds, United Kingdom

Wonderful hotel

My mother has stayed at Jardines de Nivaria and was thrilled with the friendly ness of personnel, the wonderful buffet, the nice seawater pool that is heated in Winter so that you can enjoy a swim even in January.More

Maja K, Brussels, Belgium

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