A guide to Best Hotels in Costa Adeje
The accommodation in Tenerife’s newest, and most fashionable resort is first-class. Its close proximity to the neighbourhoods of Los Cristianos and Las Americas mean that Costa Adeje boasts all the advantages of these well-established towns but with sleeker, more modern accommodation and a varied selection of restaurants.
If you’re picking out package holidays to Tenerife, here are ten of the best places in Costa Adeje to rest your head after a busy day taking in all the sights, sounds and sunshine Tenerife holidays have to offer.
Well-situated within easy reach of nearby beaches, restaurants and nightlife, Hovima offers top-notch accommodation friendly staff who will bend over backwards to make your stay as pleasant as possible. If you’re looking to travel to Tenerife All Inclusive, make sure you check out the Hovima Hotel.
This four-star hotel sits right in the centre of Costa Adeje, a stone’s throw away from Playa Fañabé beach and close to golf courses and national parks. Its impressive design includes Greek-style columns, a sparkling dome and a grand staircase, all of which combine to create an air of luxury and extravagance for your stay.
This is an elegant modern property in a wonderful setting, flanked by the Adeje mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. The beach is a short stroll away and it has three epic pools, two lovely restaurants, and poolside and lounge bars. The spa is blissful, and during the evening, live music and shows take place within a very laid-back environment. The local shops and bars are around a mile away, and it’s only 30 minutes from the airport.
Mediterranean-style decor, a gorgeous pool and epic sea views. It’s all here at the Bahia Principe. Sat atop a hill overlooking the ocean, the location is incredible, and Adeje town is a 10-minute drive away. Inside the decor is tasteful, the restaurants serve international and Spanish cuisine, and many rooms come with sea views. Beach sports and massages are available, which add to the peaceful paradise vibe that makes this place special.
Inspired by Greek architecture, the balconies at the front of the hotel and the white-washed interior will make you feel like you are staying in an old Grecian palace. Spotless hotel rooms are accompanied by delicious food and drink options in this all-inclusive paradise with spectacular sea views and great entertainment by the famous Animación Team.
From impossibly beautiful views over the ocean and mountains, to the deluxe lagoon pool with an overwater café bar, decadence is the order of the day. The colonial style is majestic, with courtyards, greenery and tranquil areas sprinkled through the grounds. The villas are wonderful and the communal areas are spacious. There are nine restaurants, 10 bars, four pools, a pool and club for kids and numerous sports. It’s also right on the beach. If that’s not enough, Plaza del Duque and Costa Adeje centre are a short jaunt away.
Riu Palace is in a truly unbeatable location. With mountains providing the backdrop and the beach on your doorstep, the views are something else. The two pools are set in lovely gardens, flanked by a terrace, bar and restaurant. There’s a separate pool for kids and an additional adults-only infinity pool with views across the ocean. There’s live music and shows in the evening, a wellness centre and gym, two restaurants and three bars.
This modern resort is right at the heart of things. Shops, bars and restaurants are moments away, and it’s a 10-minute walk to the beach. Within the grounds, you’ll find two pools, one of which is heated, with both a poolside restaurant and bar, and two plunge pools with sea views. For the kids, there’s a club and mini-disco, while another restaurant offers buffet dining. The evenings are full of live entertainment and a disco.
Fun for the whole family, this hotel has a host of activities on offer. There are two pools and two more for kids, who also have a playground and club to occupy them. Two restaurants provide buffet and Canarian barbecue food, and there are a variety of bars including one poolside. It’s a brief stroll to the nearest shops and bars, the beach is 400 metres away, and it’s less than half an hour to the airport.
Who doesn’t love an infinity pool? No-one who has stayed at Bahia Principe, that’s for sure. The rooms of this luxurious hotel are staggered across five floors, most of which face the sea and afford extraordinary views of Tenerife’s closest neighbour, La Gomera.