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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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch 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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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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We had a lovely, relaxing week at this hotel, which in the main impressed us very much. We were on the 5th floor of Ucanca block, which suited us perfectly. We had a view over the town, the pool and also the sea, but not over the front promenade, so no noise at all. Unfortunately our room was not one of the refurbished ones. However the room itself was very good, spacious, plenty of wardrobe and drawer space, nice furnishings, large (sadly too hard for us) bed, good gowns and slippers, mini bar etc. The bathroom was perfectly ok, but does really need some updating now. It had an adequate shower over the bath with flimsy curtain and those awful plastic canisters of soap liquid fixed to the wall (no proper soap provided). It wasn't a big deal, but another time I would probably try to get a room with an upgraded bathroom. The room was kept spotlessly clean by some very efficient and unobtrusive room cleaners. The public areas of the hotel and also the grounds were quite exceptional and beautifully kept. The large outdoor heated (yes - properly heated - like swimming in a warm bath!) pool was the best I have ever seen. Food was extremely good in the buffet, both breakfast and evening meal. We also enjoyed the Cascada poolside restaurant in the evening, where food, service and atmosphere were very good. It's true that this hotel seems to have an elderly clientele. The week we were there there were some very elderly people. Good on them! I hope that I am still enjoying great holidays when I am that age. It was lovely sitting in the bar in the evening with a cocktail listening to the piano (the young woman who we listened to most played exquisitely). Yes, it's true that this is not a lively hotel and the entertainment is probably geared towards the older crowd. Service was always very quick, pleasant and efficient inside the hotel. Not so at the poolside, where we regularly waited over half an hour. I suspect that the system where you press a button on your poolside umbrella is not actually working properly as we always ended up just waving to get attention. I knew in advance that the hotel charges 15 euros to hire a kettle (+ 10 teabags) for the week, so we took our own. To the hotel management, please stop charging for a kettle, it gives a poor impression in a good 5 star hotel. We enjoyed meals out at La Torre del Mirador (10/15 minutes walk to the right from the promenade exit), and Azar and Couer de Filet (both a few minutes walk to the right). If you don't appreciate being constantly pestered, definitely turn right out of the hotel not left! Finally there is free wifi, but it didn't always work well, best place to get a good signal seemed to be near reception.More
We had a refurbished comfort room in Guajara block, no remarks here. Spacious, nice sunny terrace. Sun deck is very nicely located near the pools with a superb view to Las Americas and Los Christianos. No need to put towels, there is alway space near the pools. Breakfast is as always very very very complete and the staff is extremely obliging. We have been here several times the past years and we definitely will come back next year!!More
Beautiful Hotel, really peaceful
This was our third visit to this beautiful hotel, and we still love this place. It is very clean, very grand, and nothing is too much trouble. The poolside is well maintained with a great pool area and comfortable sunbeds. The hotel itself is central and a great location to get about in any direction. Breakfast is very relaxing, with plenty of choice. Just one moan I have was that my husband emailed the hotel prior to our arrival telling them we were there to celebrate my 50th birthday, so it would have been nice to have received maybe a box of chocolates or mini champagne as a birthday gift in the room, but they didn't even mention it. We would still choose to return to this hotel, although its not cheap, but worth every penny.More
patricia w, Doncaster, United Kingdom
Luxury hotel perfect in every respect
This hotel is beautiful, well staffed, with good food and an excellent heated outdoor pool in lovely gardens. It is an hours walk to La Caleta, a pleasant village on the coast with lots of seafood restaurants. There is no music by the pool and no animation staff to annoy you. There are two hotel restaurants that you can dine in apart from the main dining room. The outdoor Canarian restaurant was very pleasant. The indoor one, La Cupula, has a very fancy menu. I had a refurbished room which was one of the best hotel rooms I have ever stayed at. Bring your own kettle/tea bags/coffee cups or hire from the hotel. There is a gym which is well provided for and quiet but the range of hand weights is a bit limited. (I prefer free weights to machines). The entertainment is music based. The lobby and dining area give the impression that you are on a beautiful cruise liner with the art deco theme. There are plenty of sun loungers and we could always be seated in the restaurant even at peak times. There is a children's playground but not many children were around. This hotel is suited to older families or couples.More
This was our first stay at the hotel. We are an older couple staying with our eleven year old. We enjoyed everything about our stay. The bonus for us was the heated pool.....lovely as the weather was not as warm as it could be. The poolside restaurant was lovely for lunch and not too pricey. We stayed half board and ate in the buffet restaurant every night as we had a child with us so I can't comment on the other restaurants. The entertainments were good and I particularly enjoyed the piano bar. There were quite a few older people staying in the hotel and any with mobility problems were treated with utmost courtesy by the staff.More
Boringhousewife, Glasgow, United Kingdom
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