Pretty panoramas, a choice of attractive pools, and a peaceful spa are some of the best bits at the Hotel Paradise Park.
This hotel is wrapped in huge gardens on top of a small hill, with panoramic views of the town and coast. The popular Playa de las Vistas Beach is a scenic 20-minute walk away. The hotel runs a shuttle bus to save you the legwork, though.
This place flaunts some good-looking facilities. There's a rooftop pool and another carved into rock. The atrium is filled with pretty plants, and rooms are dressed in modern neutral tones. This hotel is part of the Skytours range until April 2017.
Bright and modern, these spacious junior suites are decorated in warm and inviting colours. Benefits include a lounge, balcony, kitchenette, air-conditioning and satellite TV. You'll also get bathrobes and slippers. Just so you know your room will also have a fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, a bottle of sparkling wine on arrival, personalised express check-in and free access to the leisure park.
Bright and modern, these twin rooms are decorated in warm and inviting colours. They come with a balcony, air-conditioning and satellite TV. Just so you know your room will also have a fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, a bottle of sparkling wine on arrival, personalised express check-in and free access to the leisure park.
Best all inclusive we have stayed!!!!â§â§â§â§â§
Just got back from a 10day stay cannot fault the hotel in anyway. Food was lovely, entertainment was fab we went as a couple and as it is a family hotel too really loved the idea of adult only areas. Rooms were lovely and clean
Would definitely stay again!!!More
Stayed at this hotel for one week in March 2016. Started off with a little glitch as we had booked a pool view room but when we went to our room it was a suite type room with a view of the road. Immediately went back downstairs to ask why we had not been given the room that we had booked to be told that there weren't any pool view rooms available until the next day. We were upgraded to AI and moved rooms the next day. This was only a minor glitch and did not spoil the holday.
Hotel was excellent, rooms cleaned every day (lovely clean smell when you went back to your room unlike some hotels where you wouldn't know the maids had been). Great choice of food, including AI snacks etc. Always plenty of sunbeds and parasols no matter what time of day it was. Not sure if this was because we there in March and may be different in high season.
Only downside was it was a bit far from the centre of Los Cristianos but there is a regular shuttle bus that takes you there. We did walk there once and it was a bit of a trek!
Would definitely consider going back to this hotel.More
Theresa M, 190736
Great family holiday in a fabulous hotel
A very enjoyable one week, all inclusive holiday - very attentive service from the dining room staff, for whom nothing was too much trouble, bedroom serviced daily to a very high standard. Plenty to do 'for all the family', with numerous swimming pools, and the mini club with fabulous staff, especially Nadia Lupo, who was fantastic with kids. Wouldn't hesitate to highly recommend this professionally operated hotel, or return, hopefully later in the year. Really, really nice holiday experience.More
Good four star hotel for all inclusive or half board
We went in early May as a family with young grandson. Ideal for us. Room in hotel was newly modernised .. Albeit a bit IKEA like, but nice. Foam mattresses were terrible, but the hotel promptly changed them for new sprung ones on request which made all the difference. Hotel staff are genuinely all friendly, and very helpful. Except one guy at the far pool snackbar who couldn't be bothered to arrange for a high chair for our Grandson.
Food good and is above average for a Canarian 4 star and better that the La Nina Hotel
In Costa adeje. All inclusive drinks are local variety which apart from the San Miguel beer are rubbish, but just pay a Euro or two to upgrade to a branded drink ... Huge measures !!
Entertainment is nightly in two areas ..... Typical Spanish style hotel entertainment with nightly acts bought in ... Not many animation provided acts ... Which tend to be poor anyway. Secondary entertainment venue was the lunchtime restaurant which is not very comfortable, cafeteria like, but decent musical acts every night until 11pm.
Good for couples and young families, but absolutely nothing for children over say ten. No tennis court or crazy golf or games machines etc. Three or four nice pools and great adult only rooftop pool. Other adult only pool areas. Apartment rooms in villas on other side of pool from main hotel are adequate and all are being modernised at present one by one with minimum disturbance. We would definitely return even though it is a 15/20 min walk to promenade and lovely los Christianis beach..... But you need to burn off all those calories somehow !!! :-). Hotel provides a free shuttle bus. Hotel is very wheelchair friendly inside, but a short steep hill outside. Shops, supermarket,bank all close by hotelMore
R R, 186527
Lovely clean Hotel....
Just spent one week here and it was very good but no better than any other 4* hotel we have stayed in before. I have to say the food was excellent, plenty choice and if it was a bit on the cold side there was a microwave to heat it up. We were lucky enough to be upgraded to a suite on the 7th floor, which was excellent. We joined the Amigos in Paradise club and won a voucher for a 40% reduction on a future stay, which we will probably use at a later date. The motto on the back of staff shirts is "We Love People", and they certainly do as they were all very friendly and helpful. I think there were six pools and the one on the roof ran the whole length of the main building so there was no need to be up at silly o'clock to get a sunbed, there were plenty of them. It may be different at the height of the season though. We found the location to be a bit off the beaten track although there was a shuttle bus that ran every half hour to take you down to the beach up until 6 o'clock then it was a taxi. We found the entertainment in the Yaiza Lounge to be very good most nights but it finished far too early!!! The kids disco was at 8.30pm till 9.00pm then some sort of snake show/Bingo etc for half an hour or so then the main act came on about 9.45pm till around 10.30/10.45pm and that was it, finished. My husband and I are by no means young but when on holiday expect the entertainment to go on until at least midnight!!!! All in all we had a good time here apart from the weather, which let us down a bit with cloud most days.More