This opulent hotel gives you five pools and a chic dining scene.
This luxury hotel gives you a choice of five pools, and Playa del Duque beach is 500m away. There’s more water-based relaxation in the spa, including a hot tub and a volcanic thermal circuit.
Meals are served in style in two restaurants – both of them with sea views. Professional musicians perform live music on the terrace, by the restaurant, during dinner.
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Book Bed and Breakfast and get a free upgrade to Half Board when you arrive at the hotel 1st February 2015 to 8th February 2015, 1st March 2015 to 8th March 2015, 18th May 2015 to 25th May 2015, 14th June 2015 to 21st June 2015, 24th August 2015 to 31st August 2015 and 14th September to 21st September 2015.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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5 outdoor pools
There's a choice of five pools - including a heated one and two waterfall pools. They are dotted with palm trees and terraces with plenty of sunbeds. Towels are also provided.
El Buffet serves buffet breakfast and dinner with show cooking.
The spa has 16 rooms for massages, facials, whole body treatments and everything else you need to make you feel top-to-toe pampered.
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Villas are stylish and sleep up to two with a king-size canopy bed. There's a walk-in wardrobe, a hydro-massage shower in the bathroom, and bathrobes and a pillow menu too. Outside, is what makes these villas special with your own private garden, whirlpool bath and comfy sunloungers.
Twin rooms are decorated in neutral tones with splashes of colour. They sleep up to four with twin beds and a sofa-bed - suitable for one adult or two children. There's a hydro-massage shower in the bathroom, bathrobes and a pillow menu for some extra comforts.
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Luxury quiet Hotel
We spent a wonderful week in this hotel. It's very quiet and well organized. The food quality is very high and the staff is friendly. It takes you only few minutes to the beach. If you are not afraid of spending some money, go for this hotel !More
Fantastic Gem of a Hotel
We spent a week at the hotel over Easter and couldn't have been more pleased by how beautiful the hotel was and how friendly and helpful all the staff were. The pools were lovely, plenty of lounge chairs, all the pool towels you could want, and delicious food and drinks. We loved it! Daniella, the hotel's public relations manager, made sure we had an unforgettable trip and we will definitely be back. Friends who stayed a few hotels over could not get over how luxurious the hotel was and we all agreed that this is the place to stay in Costa Adeje.More
akelley_10, Bath, United Kingdom
Myself and my boyfriend stayed here for 10 nights last October 2014. We loved the hotel, the room was gorgeous, so big and as for the bathroom, it was nearly bigger than the room. The staff in the hotel were so friendly and helpful. The pools and gardens were lovely, the water was a bit cold but we got used to it and the food was brilliant, we could not complain about anything. We got engaged while were were there and we are going back this November for our honeymoon, can't wait!!!!!!!More
Teresa J, County Leitrim, Ireland
Good Easter sunshine
After the bad winter we like to get away at Easter, usually we go to Dubai but, as my daughters school holidays were made shorter this year we chose to go to Tenerife. This is a very nice hotel, even though we didn't eat there. The room was great and the bathroom was incredible, especially the shower. Breakfast was great, service was very good. If we're to call from the room for anything it would be brought to your room straight away. If there was any minor fault with this hotel, it was the fact that it was on top of a hill, downhill to the restaurants, but uphill after you'd eaten!More
Could be much better
Tenerife was surprisingly great which always makes an average hotel sound better than it is but this place needs improvement. The rooms are nice and spacious (it's 3 floors, ask for the 2nd or above if you pay for a view), the views are good but it feels a bit like it's become very complacent. Firstly, the buffet restaurant is not good enough in the evenings - there is a lot of very average food and it's mostly pretty unhealthy. The meat on the grill is fairly tasteless and the choice isn't great. One of the alternatives is the Jaima restaurant which was awful (tasteless, deep fried, random and poorly cooked). We ate out in Caleta a few nights which is a 5min taxi journey or a nice 25min walk along the beach and the choice there is great. Also, I know this sounds small but having to pay for water - even just a small amount - is pretty mean especially because you are charged the earth for it and the nearest shop will be hard to get to for an older person (about a 15min walk in the heat) The location of the hotel is good and the general service is good with some exceptions. Overall, they could with sprucing this place up and not getting too complacent. More
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