This superb beach hotel enjoys an idyllic setting on the Costa Adeje overlooking the shimmering blue waters of the sea. 18 kilometres distance from Tenerife sur airport. La Enramada beach tempts visitors with its golden sands and peaceful atmosphere. Guests can enjoy a leisurely beach stroll, sit and enjoy the sunset, sunrise or simply lie back in perfect rapture with the sounds of rolling waves. This stylish hotel welcomes visitors with comfortable, elegantly appointed rooms complemented with advanced amenities. Guests will be impressed with the hotel's boundless array of leisure and recreational facilities, including a rejuvenating spa where travellers can indulge in invigorating treatments, as well as activities for the more active visitor.
Distance to city centre 3km
Distance to beach 0.1km
Distance to airport 85km (TFN)
Address: 922714171, Playa La Enramada, S/N, Costa Adeje, Canary Islands
Costa Adeje, Tenerife, Canary Islands
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I am not going to say the hotel was bad but it was just not for us..
The staff from start to finish were amazing and I know it must be hard to keep the levels of attention and smiles when a hotel of this size has only 150 guests.. A few of the restaurants were closed aswell as the bars but that's fully understandable and I feel that because of the lack of guests then we never got the full experience, we.did call 2 days before and we were. told that all bars and restaurants are open as normal. Thanks for all but not again for us... CX.
Although a week here in November was very enjoyable the hotel is quite tricky to rate overall as capacity was low, with limited facilities open - some aspects were very good with others being poor. Due to many places being closed in the local area, I booked all inclusive. Breakfast was good, large selection of food, unusual not to offer omelettes, and sometimes the food wasn’t that hot. Only had lunch from the snack bar which was very average and at times not even 3 standard. Dinner was average and at times poor, quite repetitive and often not that hot. Desserts were not 4 either but the cheese made up for this. Hernandos the waiter was amazing, always singing and chirpy. Drinks were the best thing about the hotel, lots of top shelf brands included and a large selection. Spirit measures were very generous and it was a treat being able to order bottles of wine on all inclusive. The coffee was also nice when made from the real machine. I was in a room on floor 3, the room was large but very old and run down. Bathroom was very 80’s with rust in various places. Large balcony which was nice to sit outside. The cleanliness of the room was faultless with daily cleaning. The pool area is large, with uneven tiles - many are cracked and need repairing. The heated pool is the infinity pool which is beautiful, it’s advertised as adults only but children were using this daily. Margarita serving at the Beach Bar was a absolute delight, always happy and cheering despite how busy and overworked she was (usually she was serving alone). The location of the hotel was very good - a gate leading onto the promenade. Overall covid measures were very limited, buffet was entirely help yourself, individual tongs and gloves were provided - but this was enforced by the staff and no one cared a less. Very few sanitiser machines around the hotel. As the hotel only had a couple of hundred guests, you did feel safe but if busier the covid and hygiene risk would feel much more uncomfortable. In Sept I had 2 Greek holidays with the covid measures being much stricter and controlled by the hotel. If the price was right I probably would return for a winter sun holiday.
It would be difficult to find fault with this hotel. It offers the near 5 star luxury that hotels in Dubai offer, but at a fraction of the cost, and without the gold taps you might normally find in the bathroom 😂
The hotel advised me they were running on approximately 40% occupancy, so I may have seen the hotel operating at its best.
Initially getting to the hotel from Tenerife South Airport was SO easy and cheap using the modern and efficient bus service. One change on route was necessary, and the second bus pulled up almost outside the hotel 30 minutes later.
Upon arrival reception was very quite, welcoming and efficient.
A room was allocated to me on the 3rd floor, which offered views across the complex and to the ocean.
The room did lack the opulent of Middle East Hotels, but it was still hard to find fault. It was spacious, with a large veranda with furniture, looking out over the pool and gardens.
I stayed on an all inclusive plan - Which offered as it says, pretty much anything that you might want in the way of food and beverage.
I couldn’t fault the main buffet restaurant, which for ALL meals offered an excellent choice, backed up with service with a smile.
The pool bar offered all drinks that you could ever desire, and for those for whom it’s important, offered top brands in spirits.
Snack food was available pretty much throughout the day.
The pool area is vast, and was never busy. The sun beds are scattered throughout at a great distance from each other.
Immediately behind the hotel, is a pathway/boardwalk which offers the potential of lengthy walks in either direction alongside the waters edge.
All in all, my stay was extremely relaxing, without any issues, and I was bathed in glorious sunshine for the entire 7 days.
It felt so good, I’m booked to return twice before the year is over 😎☀️🇪🇸