Panoramica Heights  

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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  • 1Building
  • 7Floors
  • 90Rooms
  • Lifts: 1, between floors 3 and 7


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Food & Drink

Self Catering

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

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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.

Buffet restaurant

Offering 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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3 bedroom apartment

3 bedroom apartments sleep 6 with 3 twin bedrooms split over 2 floors.

1 bedroom apartment

Apartment sleeps up to 4 adults and 1 child with a double or twin beds, 2 extra beds and a child's bed in the lounge. Kitchenette has fridge, small freezer, 2 electric rings, kettle and microwave. Bathroom has a hydro-massage bath with overhead shower.

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Do not book here!

Too out of the way to do anything; spent €10 on a taxi each way every night for a week. Food was disgusting - we were all inc - on the 2nd last day of our stay we visited the sister hotel Columbus for dinner which was serving fajitas. The next night the leftovers were served at Panoramica!!! The first night of our stay there were cockroaches in our apartment and the bedsheets were dirty. Staff grudged clearing out the cockroaches and gave us clean sheets to change the beds ourselves. The maids cleaned our room once in 7 days. And they didn't even do a good job of it. Pool area was never clean. No entertainment. At all. I would never go back here. Shocking it's even considered 3*.More


Go somewhere else

Very out of the way, and nothing to do near by. We spent a lot of money on taxis. It's about 7 euros to fanabe beach which is great for food, drinks and sunbathing. Nice pool area, and great for sunbathing. Lovely view. Rooms were nice and modern. Our room got cleaned 3 times out of 7. When we did get it cleaned, towels, toilet rolls and soaps, were not replaced, so had to keep asking at reception. We payed for all inclusive. If you stay here, don't pay for that!!!! There isn't a bar area. Theres just bottles of spirits to help yourself. Saying that, bottles of beer, etc, are locked in a fridge that you have to pay for, so there's hardly any choice. There's nowhere to chill at night with music on. I've stayed in far cheaper places in Tenerife that's all inclusive, all have an area to chill in at night, a bar area, playing music etc. this is very basic, and you have no choice but to go out at night, cause there's nothing to do in the hotel!! Daytime is fine, as the sunbathing area is nice. The major thing is the food! If your the sort of person who will eat anything and everything, and don't have a high standard of food, and will eat anything your fine. It's very basic. There isn't a kitchen in the hotel, and it gets delivered by a truck, every day ready to eat. It is bland and tasteless. It's looks horrid. No choice at all. Especially when you have paid for all inclusive, you expect a good choice and good quality. Some of the pasta bakes looked really nice, but tasted like cardboard!! In between meals, you would expect a salad bar to stay open, with breads and butters etc..... No no no, you get a dry pastry most days and that's it! Sometimes bread was left out with no butter. I asked one day for some more sauce, and he said no, it has ran out, so they don't put any more out until tea. It's rediculous!! Breakfast is actually ok. For the price you pay and what you get for that, you could stay in a million other places in Tenerife that's far cheaper, and a lot better. More


Not Great

Bottom line is if you want to book somewhere with poor food, staff with attitudes, decent accomodation, awful location, taxis that don't turn up then this is ideal. The wifi is clearly on dial up as it doesnt work so forget watching ipads etc, no chance. Pool area is ok. Go to Tenerife annually and wont be returning to this place based on all of the above. Wondered why it was cheaper and the bottom line is its sub standard, you get what you pay for so lesson learned. No entertainment, one shop, 25 min walk to a bar of any sort. 6 of us in a 3 bed appt. As long as you can shower at the speed of light you are fine to have enough hot water. Got used to that one and phased showers during the afternoon. Really handy when all trying to get ready for a night out. Felt like the reception staff couldnt care and actually directed blame at the owners, rather than their own attitude. I dont care whos responsible on a few occasions just really had lost that much faith i just wanted them to acknowledge the faults and try and help. Self catering appt, no iron (offered one at 15 for a few days plus a deposit on top) and no ironing board, asked if i should iron clothes on my arm, shoulders shrugged, didnt care at all. Had to buy a brush to clean appt from the shop as they dont provide one thing and force you to buy all in the shop, hysterical as appt was cleaned once all week. Spent 300 euros on taxis over the week. Pool bar doesnt really do snack food, there just seems to be a general mess of food lying around.I felt sorry for the guys all inclusive as they ate outdoors in coats at night. Handy again. Get a grip whoever manages this place. It actually could be ok if you took care and spent some money on the facilities. We knew the location was out a bit so cant complain on that front too much, its the other thousand points above that were comical. No wonder the taxis sometimes dont arrive, if the staff spoke to me like that i wouldnt bother either. Families avoid, your blood pressure wont take it.More

Paul C, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

The perfect place for a relaxing holiday.

This is our second visit and we enjoyed it just as much as first time! The rooms are spotless, the pool area is well maintained and the staff were very helpful. We love it here because as the name suggests it has a panoramic view and this comes because it is high up. The only downside of our holiday was very loud whingeing of other British families around the pool as they phoned travel reps on numerous and very loud phone calls asking to be moved. Point to note is that no one was!! Probably because most of the claims were nonsense- the apartments were cleaned every day but Tuesday and Friday and breakfast was good. We ate out each night as we were not all-inclusive so can 't comment on the other meals. The main issue for others seemed to be the distance from the main tourist areas. You do need to take a taxi or the free shuttle bus as it is out of the way. For us this was perfect- I only wish others read up on the place before they came and did not spoil the relaxing atmosphere with their complaints about a perfectly nice place to stay.More

R c, Enniskillen, United Kingdom

great for self catering if you like peace and quite

Firstly the negative reviews on here nearly put us off - but for kind of holiday we enjoy they were, for us, unfounded. We are a well traveled family and have stayed in all levels of hotels from the Ritz Carlton down to travel lodges and we found this this place to be well above the average places in Tenerife (9th visit). However, we are independent travelers and usually prefer to book private villas/ apartments. We do not want entertainment on site (we can go out if we occasionally feel the need). We also hire a car so location was not an issue (It is a good distance from the town/ sea front and from any cafe/bar, but there is a small supermarket on site). The bus into the columbus hotel is useful if you donot hire a car- We went down to the hard rock and the Safari center for dinner one evening and took a taxi back (8euro)- On a side note the Columbus is not for us- all signing dancing loud sort of place. The standard of the accommodation (3 bed town house) was far superior to any other we have used in Tenerife (but for something different for a couples break we did also like the boutique hotel Monopol which was very cute). The town house looked very new and was spotless with good standard furnishings TV had BBC 1 and 2 - the view over the town was incredible and the new year fireworks across the whole bay was great to see. It was serviced most days with fresh towels 5 out of 7. We enjoyed listening the sax player (twice a week) while having a drink on our balcony and appreciated that there is no noise at late night even new year was quite- Bliss to us (and no we are not old and have 17yr old and 21 year old in our group) !! The only thing I will add if the management read this is - please add some chairs to the upper balcony as this would be nice if more than 1 couple were there together (didn't bother us as we were one family and used the lower main balcony. Also some more pots/pans - the frying pan only fits 1 steak but the villa holds 6. One big pot and a milk pan is also not really enough. We felt that the Arona/Adeje area very busy and a lot more built up than our last visit at the same time of year a few years back - parking near the sea front has become problematic. We also found that the area is attracting a large number of travelers (our Manchester flight was mainly travelers on the way out and I thought a war was going to happen when they were refused any more drinks)-However, I did not see any trouble in tenerife, but we did not stay out very late. We would actively look to return to this town house again but may look to travel at a less busy time of year.More

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