Tucked right behind a sandy beach, this Cesar Manrique-designed hotel has a setting worth shouting about.
The adults-only Gran Tinerfe couldn’t be in a better spot. Turn one way and there’s a sandy beach. Head the other and there’s a great mix of shops, bars and restaurants.
As well as three pools and a sea-view restaurant, this place has an impressive bar – it’s up on a roof terrace and has standout sunset views.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Facilities ► View all
3 outdoor pools
Dotted with palm trees, the pools have plenty of sunloungers and parasols on the terraces. One is heated during the winter months.
Air-conditioned buffet restaurant for those who have booked Half Board. Show cooking takes place on the open terrace with sea views. Gentlemen are required to wear long trousers for evening meals.
It's located on the rooftop terrace with plenty of comfortable seating to admire the views.
Rooms ► View all
low floor double sea view and balcony
Double rooms are decorated in neutral tones. They come with a satellite TV and Wi-Fi*. A kettle* can be requested. For some outside space, there's a balcony with sea views. These rooms are located on a lower floor.
high floor double sea view and balcony
Double rooms are decorated in neutral tones. They come with satellite TV, Wi-Fi* and a minibar. A kettle* can also be requested. For some outside space, you have a balcony with sea views. These rooms are located on a higher floor.
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We visited this hotel as a couple in August 2015. We stupidly got sunburnt on the first day but we had lots of fun in the shade playing pool games. The entertainment each evening was brilliant and the food was lovely, we only left the hotel for one evening! We found that outside people were incredibly pushy to get you in their bar/restaurant - so much so we decided not to go out again! More
Hannah R, 186298
Beautiful hotel and the most helpful staff
We were looked after wonderfully from the moment we arrived until we left. The hotel is well appointed and has a range of pools, a spa and selection of fitness activities every day. The massage was wonderful - possibly one of the best I've had. The El Mirador restaurant was a lovely change from the buffet style dining in the main restaurant - however, that said the buffets had a wide range of food and was excellent for the price paid. The hotel is situated in the small Costa Adeje beach and there are some 'Live' music venues just beside it, Monica's has live music from around 6pm which spoils the ambience of the chillout bar. However this is not the hotels fault. Also 'Heads and Tails' dies have karaoke later at night which again can be heard in some rooms. Again not the hotels fault and if the balcony doors are closed and air conditioning on you can barely hear it. The view from our balcony (sea view) 1023 was stunning. The choice of three swimming pools amazing. Mikes coffee shop was a godsend to save going out for coffee on a lazy afternoon. Entertainment was for the over 70's really but a walk away there were lovely restaurants and bars with a chilled vibe. Wonderful hotel, would recommend and as a bonus it was adult only. More
Perfect hotel in a superb location
We stayed for the 2nd time in September and had another great holiday. The hotel staff all work hard to ensure you are looked after and enjoy your stay. Everyone from management to the cleaners are friendly and helpful. The Privilege upgrade makes the holiday for us. The use of the lounge from 9am to 9pm and breakfast and dinner in El Mirador restaurant every day are worth every penny of the upgrade. El Mirador was closed for the first half of our stay for renovations but we were served every morning and evening at the outdoor tables beside the restaurant. The guests who book privilege tend to be a friendly bunch and seem to book time and time again. (I'm worried I might be becoming one of them) The privilege deck with its jacuzzi is great to relax and the little treats delivered every hour are very pleasant. We did miss Maria and Abdon last year but they had moved to setup the privilege at another H10 hotel. Their replacements were great but they were missed. There were a few cost cutting measures compared to the year before. Peanuts instead of almonds in the lounge and I didn't get my Cava every morning with breakfast etc. but these are minor quibbles and didn't detract from our holiday. The overall snacks and drinks were of a great quality. The meals with an added surcharge in the restaurant seems to be higher but it was a reasonable amount extra. The bars to either side of the hotel do have the dreaded Karaoke night and it is a bit loud but quietens completely down about midnight and it's not every night. Once or twice I think. La Cocktaileria round the side of the hotel is a must visit for some really great cocktails and there are lots of bars and restaurants all around. The hotels location between Las Americas and Costa Adje is great and a short walk in either direction has you in the middle of everything. Veronicas strip is 10 minutes walk away, but too far away to hear any noise from. El Bobo beach is right outside the hotel with its own private door leading from the hotel. After looking for a new holiday destination for this year, we gave up and booked the Gran Tinerfe again. It just ticks all the boxes for an enjoyable holiday and the no kids policy makes it even better. 3rd time in 3 years. Roll on August.More
Just booked up for the 3rd year in a row
Hotel location is perfect for supermarkets, bars, restaurants, excursions, beach and the strip is 5-10 min walk away. The food is great as well. Different dishes every night. Rooms are cleaned well. Staff are very friendly. Would highly recommend. Only problem we have had with this hotel is that last year there was a problem with a pipe going down the side of the building, so everyone in the room above and below our us could hear water rushing down the pipe and like stones or something battering off the side of the pipes. Wasn't nice to try and sleep to. The hotel had workers out to fix it throughout the whole week we stayed and on our last night we got upgraded to a suite. Returning in August for a third time!More
Buffet is a must!
This hotel has a lot of activities if you explore hard enough. Rooms are well equipped and the hotel is adult only which means no screaming children. The buffet here is a must and always go half board so as not to miss out of the huge daily selection.More
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