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 ping-pong, and high-calibre evening shows.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Outdoor saltwater pool
Surrounded by palm trees, there's a real tropical atmosphere here. 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 specialising in international dishes and Mediterranean food. 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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suite with sea view and balcony
These suites come with views of the sea. There’s a twin bedroom and 1 extra bed. You’ll have a balcony and lounge for that extra bit of space. There’s TV and Wi-Fi. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.
junior suite with garden view and balcony
These junior suites come with views of the garden. There’s twin beds plus 1 extra bed. There’s a lounge area and balcony. And you’ll have Wi-Fi and a TV. Air-conditioning is available from May to October.
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Great hotel with very good service!
"We had 10 days nice holyday in Adrian Jardines De Nirvaria Costa Adeje in Tenerife, from beginning March. We are very much pleased for the good service and hospitality from your staff. It was the second time we stayed with you, and we feel we have found our best hotel to stay for us. We will come back." Kirsten & Arild.p, Norway.More
Great Hotel in Top Location
This is a beautiful hotel comprising accommodation blocks set round a wonderful pool and gardens located close to the sea - accessible by lift from hotel grounds. The location is Costa Adeje which is up market and well equipped with shops. The interior is lavish and extremely well presented. Breakfast is amazing and operates on a buffet basis. There are lots of places to relax and enjoy throughout the hotel with a good wifi connection throughout. A most enjoyable experience and I look forward to a return visit.More
Even Better After Refurbishment
We stayed at JdN for the fourth time in March 2017. It always has been a wonderful hotel and is now even better. The refurbished bedroom and bathroom was beautiful and befitting of the hotel's 5* rating. However, that is not to say that there isn't still room for improvement. The buffet style breakfasts are excellent, catering for all possible preferences. But the same system does not work so well for the main course at dinner. There is still a wide choice but at busy times, because much of the food is individually prepared while you wait, by the time you have your full main course it is invariably cold. The starters and desserts are of the highest standard. There is the option of eating in the very posh Cupula restaurant, which is very pricey even with the residents' â¬15 discount. The poolside Cascara restaurant is excellent but again incurs an extra charge.The other area that would benefit from some improvement is the evening entertainment, which for some, would not be good enough for the average pub. The "constructive criticism" above should not detract from the fact that this is a beautiful hotel with wonderful, well trained staff, that is well worth repeat visits.More
We have just returned from our 7th visit to this outstanding establishment. This was our first visit since the major refurbishment undertaken in 2016 and we were delighted to find the changes enhanced what we considered an already excellent environment. The rooms, now with separate showers and baths, new flooring and wardrobes offer a big improvement in space and comfort. The walkways, with improved tiling and better disabled access show consideration and planning for less able Visitors. The dining area, which was always good, now offers an even better dining experience with much more of a "cooked to order" feel about it. The dining room staff have lost none of their enthusiasm to give good service and we would especially mention Iria who is always keen to help with a smile. We were pleased to see that Yasmina was still at the hotel to entertain us before dinner. Her piano playing is a joy to hear.... We shall doubtless be returning for our 8th visit and look forward to trying out the new Spa.....perhaps later in this year rather than awaiting 2018 !More
Holiday made special by this lovely place
This was our first visit here. The area of Fanabe and El Duque are lovely in themselves but the hotel made the whole experience exceptional. We stayed in Mascara with a sea view which was lovely. Room cleaned really well. We stayed on a bed and breakfast basis. Breakfast was excellent - so much to choose from. We are one night in the Cascades by the pool. Fabulous. The Cupula is the most expensive. We didn't use it but if you don't mind spending a bit more I would say go for it! The Solandra was a buffet which also served dinner. For us the best thing was the pool area. It's heated and is salt water. The kind of pool you could stay in for hours! No problems with sun beds either. There is also a fresh water pool which was cold and no one was in there. Would it be worth heating that as well? I think so. The only thing to moan about was the work being done to the Iberostar next door. Not too bad to start with but noisy the last few days. However it wasn't the hotels fault. Would be very happy to return here. More
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