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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A la Carte
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Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
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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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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.
Comfort Twin Room with Balcony
These comfort twin rooms come with a TV and Wi-Fi. You’ll have a balcony for that extra bit of space outside. There’s air-conditioning available from May to October.
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My husband and I booked 10 nights half board as we love the costa adeje. We stayed in the Bahia Del Duque last year however i am pregnant and needed a more central hotel so we opted for the Jardines. I think its only fair to give the positives and negatives of this hotel. Positives: Lovely heated pool. Central location. Reception staff really friendly. Iria in the restaurant was so friendly every day. Negatives: Even after a refurb not luxurious enough to be a 5* hotel. Would say its probably a solid 4*. Rooms were clean but very basic. In a superior room two single beds pushed together to make a double is poor. Charged €2.50 for a bottle of water where any other 5* we have stayed in provide for free when collecting beach towels. This may seem picky but its these little touches that make a 5*. Food was pretty awful we had one lunch and one dinner despite paying half board and ate out the rest of the holiday. The buffet set up does not work as you cannot pick up whatever you want and have to queue. I appreciate the thought behind the fresh food but having to queue for ten minutes for a small bowel of pasta after waiting on 5 people getting stir fries made isn't relaxing. The monkfish special was really poor it was like rubber with a salty sauce and bland potatoes. It would have been helpful if the lady serving had been a bit friendlier and explained how things worked as it was our first night but she didn't bother asking. Dining room chairs were so uncomfortable as there is no back support and really need replaced. Entertainment was dire. Overall i have to say we wouldn't return and would go back to the Bahia. We returned home 4 days early partly because of the poor weather (not fault of hotel) and the hotel. The hotel clientele seemed to be couples over the age of 60 and mostly german. Very few young couples or families. I thought detailed review would help as we read all the positive reviews before we booked only to be disappointed when we arrived. More
We have just returned from a fabulous weeks holiday at the Jardines de Navaria. The staff throughout the hotel are first class and very attentive. The food was great and the choices amazing. The hotel grounds are immaculate with plenty of sun beds. The gym is spacious and well equipped. I would like to thank everyone at the hotel for making this a first class holiday destination.More
First time I have been here and will definitely book again Room is lovely was upgraded to a twin junior suite had a sea view and own balcony with loungers Bathroom is definitely worth of own mention separate shower and toilet with dual sinks all brand new and immaculate. Was only b&b but the food was lovely with a huge choice Reception are uber efficient and very professional. Spa is definitely worth a visit. Debora in particular is a genius with the back and shoulder massage Can't recommend highly enough More
Still our "must return too " hotel 6th visit booked
Always love to come back here as it's relaxing and quiet and the day they start with music and entertainment round the pool is the day we wont return again We like the older clientele and hardly any kids at all as it makes for peaceful days and go out at night for something more lively Was there for my birthday this year and ate in the restaurant, staff made a fuss and made my day so special especially Irina who never stops smiling .lf you have been here more than once you will know who I mean Given room in location we requested which was appreciated..love the refurbishment but really miss the bidet ! and nowhere to hang towels for when you step out of the shower Room clean,housekeeping very good though I wish they wouldn't move things...had trouble finding some medication which had been moved. Find it strange turn down service sometimes disturbed us at 5.30 when we had only just come in ? Breakfast choice exactly the same as ever which is a bonus tho do wish the hut buffet items were kept HOT .. nothing worse than cold scrambled eggs and beans. We did miss having the sausages and bacon cooked fresh and served straight to your plate ? The new lay out looks good but a lot of complaints re the bread station, it's a lot smaller and not well lit.once you have your bread difficult to turn around as always people stood at the back of you waiting to get in..would be more user friendly if it was a bigger area like before Noticed the sun terrace was more crowded than before..more sunbeds up there than year before so rather close together now so if you the guest that spends half the day shouting down their phone next to you it's a lot more intrusive The above are just our observations but on balance with everything else it's still the best and we have booked again for next March,can't stand the thought of staying anywhere else despite just slight nigglesMore
As good as ever
I have lost count of the number of times we have visited the hotel in the last five years but it's the only place we holiday. As soon as you enter the reception a warm welcome awaits. The rooms we stay in are amazing as is the food. It has been said that there is no entertainment or music around the pool but for us that is ideal. I also don't mind what age the other clientele are. It may be too quiet for some but it's a great relaxing hotel with excellent friendly staff who remember you each time. The renovations are fantastic and will be back very soon.More
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