Hotel Jardines de Nivaria  

This beachfront hotel comes with Art Deco interiors and tropical gardens starring two lagoon pools.

Design-wise, Art Deco meets traditional Spanish at this deluxe hotel. Hop in the lift and you’ll be on Playa Fanabe beach in seconds. Back at the hotel you’ll find two lagoon pools tucked among tropical gardens.

Food-wise, options include a Mediterranean à la carte restaurant and a tapas place by the pool. There’s also a stylish spa, sports like tennis and squash, and high-calibre evening shows.

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  • 6Buildings
  • 5Floors
  • 271Rooms
  • 9Lifts

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Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Full Board

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Outdoor saltwater pool

Surrounded by palm trees, there's a real tropical atmosphere. It's also heated year round.

Poolside restaurant and bar*

Cascada restaurant is the place to come for tapas lunches and à la carte dinners. If you get peckish outside mealtimes, snacks and drinks are served here between 10.30am and 6pm.

Live music and shows

Professional shows and live music are performed all year round, on the terrace of Tiffany Bar in the summer and in the Armstrong Ballroom come winter.

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twin room

The twin rooms have a contemporary look. They sleep up to two. There’s a balcony or terrace that lets in plenty of natural light.

twin room with garden view

The twin rooms have a contemporary look. They sleep up to two. There’s a balcony or terrace that lets in plenty of natural light with views of the garden. Plus you get some extras like bathrobes and slippers for extra comfort.

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Where is the kids club???

We came on this hotel based on tripadvisor rate. However, not kids club or any kids facilities as we know about it? We can't drink a decent cofee in the morning at the breakfast, not even from the bar (4 euro). We ask for an iron but we didn't get it (5 star hotel does not have iron and iron board in the room???). Overall, the hotel is very nice, the garden looks lovely. The rooms looks nice, and the cleaning servicies is spotless. Maybe can open the kids club to be perfect for families!!!More

Dan B,

3rd visit can't wait for our 4th....excellent hotel

3rd visit and can never stand the thought of staying anywhere else, all credit to the staff and management. We emailed ahead and Cristina kindly allocated our preferred room which was a lovely surprise as we know room requests can't be guaranteed Swift efficient check in and the complimentary glass of fizz Room spotless but still don't like the soap dispenser, quite hard to use and for anyone with any hand/ wrist problems they may not be able use them. Breakfast still great and nice to see the ever smiling Irina still there, plenty of choice both hot and cold and nice that my favourite blue cheese was back, even if only for one day. One small niggle..the scrambled egg and baked beans were never hot ?. Nothing is too much trouble , we asked if we could have sky news set on our tv and they duly obliged even though it meant they had to change the TV set..what excellent service ! The terrace and pool as relaxing as ever, though annoying that people wait for the gate to open, take the best beds then disappear until mid afternoon..this does need to stop, it's very selfish. Had lunch by the pool one day and wish you could just order a tuna or chicken salad without having to order the full buffet to get a plate of salad. We opted for the tuna sandwiches and they were disappointing, half the bread toasted half not and not much filling. We noticed now the door from the promenade is now locked at 11Pm ....this is rather early as not everyone is in bed for 10. We usually come back about midnight and had the steep hill to walk up and with walking difficulties we found this quite inconvenient. Would it be possible to buzz for entry perhaps ? As soon as we walk into the Jardine we immediately feel at home and always receive a warm welcome, it was a wrench to leave after our 8 days Returning again next year and hoping to upgrade to sea view room as a special treat to celebrate my retirement. Cannot think of anywhere nicer to spend it, we have come to really love the Jardine and thanks again to all the hard working staff More

Kingfisher100, Yorkshire Dales National Park, United Kingdom


We have just come back from a lovely stay at this hotel. We had a room over looking the gardens and swimming pool. The room was spacious enough, the bed huge, fruit in the room, which was a nice touch, water would have been welcome too. We paid extra for a kettle - a little disappointing that the milk was UHT. Free Wifi throughout the hotel. Plenty of English TV channels which is a big plus for us as we like to watch the news, and a bit of TV in the evenings. The hotel staff were very professional and the service was excellent, throughout the hotel and spa. The gym area is well worth a visit if just for the steam room. I had a spa treatment - which was OK - the room wasn't darkened and the therapist moved around a lot, running water and clattering equipment which was a bit off putting and not relaxing. The treatment quality was good, but the spa really isn't 5* - it is quite shabby and the waiting area worse than our local municipal swimming pool. There are plenty of sunbeds and the swimming pool is heated. We have been to the Canaries for the past 4 years at Easter and this is the ONLY pool which really is warm enough to swim in and genuinely heated. The hotel is situated opposite the beach and on the main walk way - however our room was not noisy in the slightest. We travelled just before the main Easter holidays - therefore there were very few children in the hotel - so no young children running up and down the corridors at 7.30 am ....all in all very peaceful and restfulMore

Fiona B, Manchester, United Kingdom

Excellent Hotel

Just returned from this hotel stayed for a week, room 410 in the Ucanca block a junior suite, sea view, with huge balcony and all day sun. Other contributors have said that some rooms have been refurbished this one hadn't but it was fine. All the staff were excellent nothing too much trouble and all seemed to have a smile. The grounds are excellent with large trees and many shaded areas to sit, pool is heated and there are plenty of sunbeds and umbrellas. The poolside restaurant is great, look out for some very good value lunches, there is also a shaded bar area. Breakfast had everything you could want and more (look for the hot plates we missed them) Great walk along the coast, go north much better beach and restaurants .Went to see the Gran Hotel, very big and soulless also the Iberostar next door. There may be more expensive hotels up the coast but I don't think you will find a better one, highly recommended and we will definitely return. Any queries welcomed.More

Victoria123, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Lovely week being spoiled

We stayed at the hotel for one week. And we loved it! With its art deco interior, beautiful garden, great heated pool (nice in March!) and incredibly friendly and attentive staff we could not ask for more. The breakfast buffet was very complete and the hotel has a wonderful a la carte restaurant: la Cupula. I can advise you to try it!!! There was however one downside: the hotel is located right at the beginning of the very busy part of the Costa Adeje boulevard. Which is nice for the number of restaurants. But se like to sleep with the balcony door open for the fresh air. We were kept awake until deep into the night by the very loud disco music by one of the beach clubs. We were forced to close the door (and still hear it). If you don't mind this, you will have the greatest stay at this hotel. If you would like to have a little more peace and quiet, I advise you to book a hotel more north-west on the Costa Adeje Boulevard, where it is more quiet at night! More

Marian_10, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

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