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 ping-pong, and high-calibre evening shows.
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A la Carte
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Bed and Breakfast
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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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superior twin room with sea view and balcony
These superior twin rooms come with air-conditioning from May to October. Outside there’s a balcony overlooking the sea. You’ll have a TV and Wi-Fi. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.
suite with sea view and balcony
These suites come with views of the sea. There’s a twin bedroom and 1 extra bed. You’ll have a balcony and lounge for that extra bit of space. There’s TV and Wi-Fi. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.
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Fantastic relaxing hotel
Just returned from a blissful week with my husband yesterday and had the best time ever. Room was fantastic, staff were so attentive couldn't do enough for you. The food was outstanding and loved having my breakfast in the sun on the balcony. Thank you for the bubbly and rose left in our room for my birthday, what a lovely gesture. Our room was spotless everyday and never had such an abundance of fresh towels left twice a day! We have this morning been back to travel agents to return in September! I'm already counting the day. Thanks again to staff for making our holiday so pleasurable ðMore
karen s s,
A relaxing holiday in beautiful surroundings
We have just returned from a one week holiday break for sun and relaxation. The hotel is beautiful and we like all the art deco design and interior decoration. The glass dome is spectacular when the sun shines through. The whole hotel is spotless and the grounds and everything are well kept and the gardens beautifully manicured. There are plenty of lounge beds and although there were a few early birds out there to bag there places we did not have to worry about getting one later on in the morning. There was also a good amount of room between them. A brilliant idea for getting towels. We were given two cards and then could collect a larger towelling wrap which fitted over the top of the lounge bed for security and then another towel for use after swimming etc. On leaving the area the towels would then be returned to the kiosk and two cards returned for use another day. Great idea - leaves beds clear for new people when vacated and not strewn with used towels and then saves staff the task of collecting all the used towels! The pools are great and again beautifully clean and we loved the waterfalls around the pool and down at the bridge leading to the Guajara rooms. We were greeted at the reception and given clear details of the hotel and the surrounding facilities. A few more welcome smiles would have been nice. They were very efficient but it looked as if it was more of a duty than a pleasure. We had booked a junior suite which we thought would be a treat and were hoping for a balcony. We were shown first to Guajara 103. The room was great the the bathroom beautiful but outside a miniscule terrace right up against the boundary wall and next to the plaza walkway with a bar/club opposite. We did not stay there and asked to be moved. We were moved 3 doors down with the same room configuration and larger terrace but again right next to the walkway and also Tony Romas almost next door. As it was early evening we decided to stay with this room G106 as were were told there would be nothing else available until Tues (we arrived on the Sun). We were not prepared to live out of a suitcase for three days and have to move half way through a weeks holiday. We were informed that 80% of the juniour suites were on the ground floor. We feel we might have done better just to have a double room with a sea view having later had time to look more carefully around the hotel. If we stayed longer we might have moved. However we did have to put up with music from Tony Romas and noise from a wedding party during the week. The suite was comfortable, well furnished and the bathroom was fantastic. A separate shower and bath and his and hers basins and vanity mirror. There were no facilities for making tea or coffee and if you wanted it they would provide with a 15Euro charge. The breakfast buffet was fantastic with so much choice and so fresh and constantly topped up. One of the best we have had in a hotel. The same could be said for dinner when we had a meal one night. The waiters were attentive and very pleasant two especially made it such a pleasant experience - Iria and Miguel - always smiling. When my husbands napkin fell on the floor when he went off to the buffet, the napkin was picked up and replaced with a fresh one. Good attention to detail - full marks. We also ate in the special restaurant -La Cupula - fabulous views from the top floor and we had the chef's special menu - it was delicious and so well balanced with all the courses. We would like to return as we did enjoy our stay. A different room would have made the experience so much more enjoyable. The hotel is set in a quieter end of Costa Adeje and not so busy and noisy as towards Eugenia etc. A great walk along the promenade towards Playa del Duque and La Coleta. Much more up market and serene.More
Kathy G, 186230
A return visit after an awful 2016
Last year we came to this hotel after a very bad start to 2016 at home and had an absolutely fabulous time staying in one of the superior suites. This year we booked for two weeks in a suite and were given a suite in the Guajara block room 312 which looked out over the underground parking and restaurants on the front. We had terrible smells from the drains in the bathroom and although we asked twice reception sent maintenance only for the smell to return. I did ask to be moved and reception although reluctant offered us a room one floor down which would have been noisier and said that was all that was available which I was very surprised we were not even offered the chance to pay more and move to a superior suite. After repeatedly asking the room numbers for the Royal and Superior Suites from reception who should have been more helpful we know what to request to avoid the other suites. All that said the hotel remains a beautiful hotel heated pools service second to none and the breakfast staff in the Cupola restaurant must be commended for their amazing service and friendliness it was an absolute treat to eat there. The Tiffany bar has lost some of its magic after moving the evening entertainment to a separate area not good bring it back please. So many staff need to be thanked for all their kindness and help during our stay and we do look forward to staying with you again.More
Allan p, 504182
A very relaxing holiday venue
Our second visit and we shall certainly return. The facilities are first class as others have described. I suppose there are even better places at higher cost in different environments but not many! We particularly enjoyed the warm outdoor pool. The location deserves comment. The promenade gate gives easy access. Turn right and the scene is calm, classy and beautiful. Turn left and you can have as many Full English breakfasts and Premier League matches as you can stand. Long walks can be enjoyed each way, depending on taste. Management representative Javier Sastre dealt well with a wrinkle in the booking process to set the mood for another very successful holiday. The relocated premium Cupola Restaurant offers brilliant food with a great view and atmosphereMore
Special Birthday Treat
We looked forward to treating ourselves to this 5 star resort despite being told a few days before departure that the Spa was still not operational. Breakfast was disappointing. I don't think I have ever stayed in a 5 star hotel where green beans and boiled carrots were on the hotplate. The Cascada pool restaurant offered us bruschetta which was stale toast, and in the evening an inedible first course of raw chicken and sweet potato fritters followed by overcooked dry hake. We were asked why we didn't try Cupola at 61 euros pp but we were not brave enough. Tea and Coffee making facilities are not free and a kettle and tea bags OR instant coffee are available for 15 euros, additional bottled water (recommended by the hotel for the kettle) will set you back another 15 euros. Evening entertainment was lacking in sophistication despite the great beauty of the Tiffany Lounge. An accomplished pianist was followed by inadequate and amateurish singers and dancers. A great disappointment in what is a beautiful hotel in a glorious position.More
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