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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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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We usually stay in Playa de las Americas but decided on a change and we will definitely go back. The hotel is extremely comfortable and our room was spacious and really well presented. The breakfast buffet was amazing - so much choice and lots of staff on hand for anything that you may need. The swimming pools were beautiful, plenty of sun beds and parasols always available. Drinks available round the pool with staff on hand all of the time. We tried the buffet evening meal (Canarian) once but found it quite bland although there was plenty of choice. We found plenty of places to eat BUT there is always the HILL to consider.More
jean m, York, United Kingdom
Lovely chilled out week, excellent service,friendly staff loved it. Good food, drinks reasonable prices for 5*. Grounds kept really tidy,staff go out of their way to ensure your stay is the most comfortableMore
Jan G, Chester-le-Street, England, United Kingdom
Just returned from a week at this hotel. Very comfortable and friendly with good amenities. Excellent breakfast with loads of choice and really helpful friendly staff. Only downside might be the ten minute walk up/down hill to get to beach or other amenities. Didn't bother us at all but could have been a minus point for some. Hotel very calm and in a good quiet area - a lovely beach nearby with promenade and good restaurants (our favourite was the Mirador) and a few nice shops (behind the Mirador). Lovely fresh fish on offer in the restaurants. All in all good value for money - we booked through Voyage Prive and got an excellent deal.More
Judi R, Jersey, United Kingdom
Great place if you can get up the hill
We had a week long stay with friends in early March and enjoyed a wonderful holiday. Although we had been to Tenerife on five previous occasions, this was the best visit overall. The hotel itself is classy with excellent staff, good accommodation, nice buffet restaurant and a great pool area. It's location at the nice end of Costa Adeja suited us very well apart from the steep climb from the beach area back to the hotel. At our advanced age we gave in after the first couple of days and used the reasonably priced taxis each time we returned to the hotel. We very much liked the long promenade that stretches some way from the hotel in both directions. A walk to La Caleta is a nice way to spend a morning and in the other direction, you can walk as far as you like through Costa Adeja and on to Las Americas and Los Cristianos. In fact, we went to Las Americas with low expectations and were pleasantly surprised both by the shopping opportunities and the general state of the place. As usual, we did tire a little of the buffet dinners and chose to eat out a couple of times. We didn't try the a la carte restaurant at the hotel as we were spoilt for choice in the area and were lucky with the places we chose. We had a day at the Loro Parque which we had visited some years ago and, even though we had no children to take, we thought it is now a world class attraction that should not be missed. On top of all of the above, we were blessed with lovely weather (although a little cool in the evening) and extremely convenient flights from Norwich. So were there any negatives? Just a few. We thought drinks were quite expensive, evening entertainment was minimal and the state of the Paddle Tennis courts was poor. Would we return? AbsolutelyMore
david w, Lowestoft, United Kingdom
Understated luxury , chilled experience
We visited in March for a long weekend and agree with previous comments at the friendly staff and chilled atmosphere of the hotel.. The dÃ©cor is very understated , lots of linen, wood etc and made a nice change from the bling some 5 star hotels insist on adding.. It was relaxed modern without being ultra modern .. We stayed in a terrace villa which had far reaching views onto the bay and sea, but be aware the traffic noise at times can be annoying as can be the strong winds too .. Remember this hotel is on a hill and the villas are on the outer edges .. On our first morning we ordered the Plantacion full breakfast in our room to celebrate my husbands birthday , which at an extra 18euros each was amazing value as was totally huge .. it literally took up two tables .. we ate out one of the nights down near the beach which was lovely and the other two nights ate, once at the buffet restaurant and once at The Gourmet Canario Restaurant, both of which were lovely .. although the latter could do with turning down the lighting a little as was very bright. We also paid the 30 euros each and went in the spa which was so quiet we had all to ourselves , bliss.. We also both had a massage each which was lovely.. Thank you for a lovely break we will return ..More
maxilee13, Epsom, United Kingdom
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