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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We stayed at this hotel last stepember well what can i say ....we stayed for a week all inculisve it was shocking we had to move rooms 3 times we where looking out to a brick wall also we found a dead cockroach in another room the waiters where rude and the food was awful it was cold and at least a day old it wasnt labelled it was also coming up from the sister hotel in a mini bus never stay there again ruined our hoilday.More
alison m, Doncaster, United Kingdom
Not what was expected
I've just returned from this hotel and let's just say I didn't get much sleep. The walls and ceilings are thin and therfore the noise of chair moving and stomping kept my child up till gone 9:30. The doors rattle like crazy we had to wedge a leaflet in them to try and stop the noise as it was windy. The patio doors aren't very secure and hard to lock, even when locked out wouldn't take much to open them. The beds are hard and I mean very hard everytime I moved I woke up, I did mention to reception but nothing changed. We were in 132 right above the building work that's not mentioned on hotel website nor travel sites when you book. They weren't too noisy but it was messy and to get to the shop you had to walk passed the ruble and tools to get to the shop, not really safe with kids (I was with a 5 year old) plus do wet cement hardly blocked off. The balconies aren't private they are by your front door and people walk past. I asked for a drink one evening and a menu they told me buffet at 6!! I just wanted a beer but was told no only buffet!! To me hotels mean you can at least get a drink. It's a mammoth walk anywhere if we didn't have a hire car it wouldn't have been fun. Towels are changed but sheets aren't we had the same pillows and sheets for the week. Bedding creased adding to the uncomfortablness of the beds. Wifi is shocking!! Couldn't get messages with a photo attachment to send and it kept cutting out, had to get new wifi codes as they'd run out once a limit was reached and same codes used by all from what I could tell. Floor by pool slippery saw so many people and kids fall over on it. Towels for pool at reception up the top of the hill not really helpful.More
Don't know where the people leaving bad reviews stayed but it certainly wasn't the Panoramica Heights we stayed in. The staff were very friendly & very forthcoming with advice about were to visit. The food was fine. Maybe not 5 star but we never starved. The views were out of this world. We walked into the town once but the rest of the time used the shuttle bus & taxis. Ok so the towels weren't changed every day & the bed only once but who changes these more frequently at home.More
Elaineb565, Arbroath, United Kingdom
Good standard accommodation
We have stayed here for the past three years and enjoyed all of our visits. The one bedroom apartments are the ones to go for as the studio that we stayed in last year was overlooked by everyone on the sun terrace. I think the bigger apartments are better positioned and possibly quieter which suits us. We also prefer self catering which is fine because the kitchen areas are very well equipped. The apartments are modern, well appointed and clean, although maid service can be a bit hit and miss at times. The staff are very friendly and the reception staff spoke good English, which is also very helpful. There was some building work when we were there ,but it was not a problem for us, though we were quite close to it. The hotel is building a games room and a bigger restaurant to add to the good facilities that already exist here. The pool and sun terrace are attractive and clean, but the piped Muzak in that area is less welcome and worse still is pumped into the rooms and can't be turned off. There is a new mini market in the complex which stocks all the essentials for those who are self catering and has reasonable opening hours, but be aware it does close at 20:00 hours. The one thing about this hotel that people seem unhappy with is it's location. Visitors need to be aware that it's a good trek on foot to get anywhere (which we enjoyed), though there is a good transfer service to another hotel in the group in Playa De Las Americas. Vehicle hire is of course another option, which we have done in the past, but this year we walked everywhere or used the excellent bus service on the island (remember to get a Bono ticket). We enjoyed walking up and down the steep hill to get to and from the hotel, and it's quiet location is what draws us to this place year after year, we also felt a good deal fitter for the experience. However families with young children and people with mobility issues might find it a struggle. In summary a good quality hotel for the self caterer. However because it's away from the main tourist areas and as a result is relatively quiet, the compromise is that it requires a bit of planning to get to and from other areas unless you like a walk. I only hope the new games room does not spoil the peace. More
Adam Y, Hebden Bridge, United Kingdom
Thank God I had good company and plenty of sunshine!
Arrived on the 24thof February at the gates.We were then taken by car to reception.We were greeted by very helpful reception staff.This would have been a great place if we had been room only and didnt mind being in a concrete jungle. The pool area was clean at the beginning of our stay,but not by the end of it.However the pool itself appeared well maintained and the water tessted daily.The food was appaulling for all inclusive and the drinks very limited and when running out of something did not do much about it! The restaurant is wrongly named, it should be cafe and a badly run one at that. I go on holiday four times a year, this place is mis sold being described in some brochures as 4 star.I would not rate it at even 2.I have stayed in basic places but all much better than this place. I was told by the tour operator that there was only 90 rooms,a small place.I did not expect tobe walking up and down steps all week and banks,however I did know it was on a hill. Our room was pleasant enough,but the domestics did not appear to do much and our final night had a cockroach as a visitor despite being on what was classed as the third floor.The sister hotel in Playa las americas appeared much superior where we on two occasions got some hot food.More
Clare M, newcastle on tyne
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