This hillside hotel combines a peaceful setting with cinematic sea views that can be clocked from the pool, restaurant, and from every apartment balcony. Modern interiors finish things off, with bright prints and streamlined furniture coming as standard.
Chic apartments team all-white walls with bold splashes of modern art at this recently refurbished hotel. Sea views come as standard, thanks to its lofty location, so be prepared for sweeping views towards Tenerife’s neighbouring island, La Gomera. Rooms also come with a well-equipped kitchenette, and a furnished balcony to make the most of the vista.
The curvy pool is also paired with a panorama, while a sun terrace and whirlpool bath give guests plenty of room to relax. Meals are served in the buffet restaurant, which specialises in international dishes and show cooking stations.
Further afield, the centre of Costa Adeje is just 10 minutes away by car, and the sandy beach of Puerto Colon is a 10-minute drive down the road, too.
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Outdoor rooftop pool
The pool takes advantage of the hotel's location, offering beautiful sea views. Sunbeds and parasols are also provided.
The buffet restaurant serves up international meals with show cooking stations.
Pool snack bar
For refreshments and light bites throughout the day all with the convenience of being steps from your sunbed. For those not staying All Inclusive there will be an extra charge.
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1 bedroom apartment
1-bedroom apartments have tiled flooring and are decorated with natural tones accented by bright colours. They sleep up to four adults and one child with a double or twin beds, two extra beds and a child's bed in the lounge. The kitchenette has a fridge, small freezer, two electric rings, kettle and microwave, while the bathroom comes with a hydro-massage bath with an overhead shower.
These spacious apartments have three twin bedrooms and two bathrooms. The kitchenette comes with a fridge, freezer, microwave, 2-ringed hob and a kettle.
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Not terrible but certainly not good.
Just arrived back home from staying in this hotel with my girlfriend. The hotel itself is beautiful, extremely modern and high up a mountain which gives off some outstanding views throughout the day and night. Our single suite room was adequate for me and my girlfriend with all the essentials there including a brilliant whirlpool bath which was pretty spot on after a full day of sunbathing, also the addition of a Dialprix supermarket underneath the hotel I thought of as a bonus. Now, the food... absolutely god awful, essentially you will receive the same selection of food all day everyday (besides breakfast which never changed once since we arrived) you will be lucky if you catch the food as soon as it is put out otherwise you will be eating cold chips (fries) and some cold varieties of different chicken. The food was absolutely diabolical and after the first two nights of the same ordeal we were essentially forced into eating out every night. All inclusive - don't waste your money. You're given a orange wristband which the staff don't even check, you can wander into the pool bar area on a bed and breakfast service level and help yourself to absolutely anything all day everyday. Entertainment - 1 night a guy with a Saxophone played for 30 minutes. Now I said that the hotel at the top of a mountain had its positives but there are definitely negatives with this, due to the altitude I honestly thought that it was much more windy that high up than in the towns at street level. Also if you do not want to go to Las Americas on the free shuttle bus but rather De Fanabe, it's quite a horrific walk back up that mountain, walking down is a breeze but I would highly recommend a taxi back up which cost us around â¬5 from De Fanabe. Our towels were only changed twice throughout our 7 day stay also. But other than that there is not much else that really bothered me about my stay here, beautiful modern hotel, remote area and chilled environment around the hotel allowing me to drink up my free alcohol and sit back and relax comfortably in the beautiful weather which is probably why I wouldn't rate this hotel as poorly as everyone else has, it's far from a good hotel as far as services goes, but if you want cheap, chilled and stunning views in a stunning environment and you're not too picky, then this hotel wasn't half bad.More
Hard to understand the critics.....
We're just back from five nights at the Panoramica....chosen for its competitive price alone. First up, we stayed on a room only basis so can't comment on the quality of the food. Nor did we use the pool area but it looks clean and well equipped. For more independent travellers, and those with a hire car, the place is a really good value option. The views over the resort area below are spectacular, especially at sunset, and the complex is very clean and well maintained. We had an upper level apartment not far from reception and found it meticulously clean, roomy and all that we needed. The on site shop is well stocked and the kitchenette good enough for breakfasts and meals if that's what you fancy. We ate out in the Adeje area each evening. Those who criticise the location just haven't done their homework. Panoramica (as its name suggests) is up on the hill above the main resort area. It's a 20-minute walk down to the coast, but it's very tough going on the way back. A taxi during the day will get you back for less than 5 euros. The compensation is the view and the relative peace and quiet. One small downside. It's a relatively new complex and you get the distinct impression that the walls aren't very thick. We heard everything from family arguments and kids shouting to people going to the toilet in the middle of the night. Small point, though, We'd recommend Panoramica, especially for those who don't want to be stuck on an all inclusive package, and simply need a base for their trip to the south of Tenerife.More
businesseye, belfast, ireland
Do NOT stay here! Worst hotel I have ever came across
Just returned from this hotel yesterday and I had to come and share before anyone else books this hotel. The awful experience started from the minute we arrived. We got dropped off by our tour operator outside the hotels gate, we were the left for 25/30 minutes in the sun awaiting a golf buggy to take us to reception, had someone pointed us in the right direction we would rather have walked there. We then arrived at reception, checked in, told our room number and that was it. We were not told how to get to our room (the place is a maze and it is hard to find your way about, especially the first few times), we were not offered any use of a safe, we were not told about the shuttle bus or how to go about booking. We also booked All Inclusive and were not told the hotels meal times so had no clue when dinner would start that evening. We got to our room which was lovely on first look, nice and modern with a lovely spa bath which was a very nice surprise. Room was nice and spacious and had a lovely view and our bathroom had plenty of shower gel and shampoo provided. However, this is where any compliments on the room finish. Our room was DAMP!!! The beds were damp, the bedding was damp and it made everything in the room damp. When we woke up the next day the room was full of condensation, all over the door and all over the patio door proving our thoughts that everything was in fact wet. We were unable to move until 3 days into our trip and by this point it was too late, me and my partner had already taken very ill due to sleeping on a wet bed for 3 nights. Our bedding wasn't changed the first 3 days we were in the first room and again in the second room our beds weren't changed for the duration of the holiday. Disgusting service There was a lot of construction work ongoing underneath our room which we were not told of before we arrived and for us to get to the shop we had to go past all of the scaffolding. The food was slightly better than terrible. Breakfast was totally standard for hotels in Tenerife (had the exact same things every day but couldn't expect much more), the snack bar that they advertise doesn't exist. Food is put out not long after breakfast closes which looked okay (pizza, burgers, hot dogs, chips - exactly what we expected from the snack bar), however the sign said "Staff Only" and when we went to get our lunch the food that looked nice and edible before was no longer there and we were left with pale white burgers, cold chips and some bread. Dinner was awful, we actually seen the metal trays being sent down to the kitchen early in the day, confirming our thought we were being fed the leftovers from the sister hotel. We ate there the first night and my partner was sick, we gave it another shot the next night and it was again awful, hardly any choice. Any hotel I have ever stayed at provided a decent selection of food and have often experienced an actual chef who cooks the meat in front of you, here there was one small table that had about 6-8 hot food items to chose from and everything was bland and very dry. This hotel also has a very bad fly problem, they were everywhere. Really wasn't pleasant at all. If you want to sunbathe here, good luck. There is hardly any space for sunbathing and most of the beds were chained until the lifeguard arrives (one day this wasn't till 1030). I do have a few good things to say about this hotel; they do have a shop on site which has a wide range of items and is well priced. The wifi signal is brilliant, we even managed to get an extremely strong wifi signal in the room. The free shuttle bus is brilliant, the driver we had was lovely and he was always on time to pick you up. As this was a quiet time of year we had no issue booking on the bus. Only issue with the bus is it will take you to Siam Park but to book for it to pick you back up from here you have to go to the sister hotel, which is further away so we had to pay for a taxi back the two times we went. Staying at this hotel ruined our holiday, it made us physically ill by giving us a damp room and we had to spend a fortune on taxi's unless we wanted to come home at 10pm as this was the last shuttle bus. Also had to spend a lot more on food than planned as we booked all inclusive but just couldn't have proper meals in this place. Do yourself a favour and do not book this place, either spend a little extra and go somewhere in Americas on actually in Adeje or just stay at home. This place is not worth wasting your holiday on, be better off on a beach in Brighton. I think those who have rated this place "excellent" have got the wrong hotel.More
Shauni822, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Don't book all inclusive the food is terrible, there is no bar, no snacks, the sister hotel Columbus is a better choice, the left overs are sent to panoramica for dinner the following evening, the beds were not changed we had to go to reception and collect bedding and change them ourselves, very nice view from hotel, that is the only positive about this hotel, More
Don't trust them
At the end of our stay in December 2014, I left some items in the bedside drawer in our room. That was careless and I was to really regret it. When I arrived home I realised that I'd left them behind. I was relieved when the hotel replied to my email and said that they had found them and would keep them safe for me until I collected them in January 2015. Most of my jewelry was there, including some large valuable original pieces in silver. When I returned in January to collect them the guy on the desk kept sending me away, saying that the manager was not there, so they couldn't help me. Finally on the third visit, I was told that everything had been sent to the Red Cross as it had no value. This was untrue. They denied knowledge of the jewelry items. I was devastated by their rude attitude. They had no regard for the fact that I had received an email from them saying that they would place the items in the safe. I can only presume that someone kept the valuable items. Not a pleasant experience.More
vivvie2015, Sedbergh, United Kingdom
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