Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife is a luxury, rock 'n' roll themed hotel on the Canary Islands' largest isle of Tenerife. It's in the centre of the small resort of Playa Paraiso, a coastal town on the south eastern side of the island and a short drive from Costa Adeje and Playa de las Americas. Rooms are split across the hotel's two towers, Oasis and Nirvana. At Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife, you'll find a sun terrace and six indoor and outdoor pools, some of which are heated. There's a family pool, one for children, and a seawater lagoon. The resort has its own nightclub for those who like to party. You might want to maintain your fitness plan at the gym. The hotel also organises sports and activities for guests. You can enjoy a game of volleyball, basketball or miniature golf. There are fitness classes, too, including Zumba and yoga. If you're looking to unwind, you could visit the hotel spa. Here, you'll find an indoor pool, a Turkish bath and a whirlpool. There's also a wide range of treatments to choose from. Playa Paraiso is close to a highway that runs around the island and connects many of the resort towns in the Adeje area. By car, it's possible to follow the road all along the coast to the busy capital of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. For a more relaxing day trip, you might like to take a quieter road inland to the rugged natural park that surrounds Mount Teide.
Playa Paraiso is a purpose-built resort. Its rocky coastline is unusual for its three semi-enclosed bays, all of which have pebble and sand beaches. The hotel is 200m from the beach of Playa Las Galgas if you want to head down to the water. Close to the central bay, just below the level of Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife, is a popular artificial lagoon-style lido pool with a restaurant and mini waterfall. If you fancy a bit of holiday browsing, the El Marques shopping centre is a short drive up the coast. Many bars and restaurants can be found on the main avenue that winds through the town. From Playa Paraiso, you can take a 12km drive to Playa de las Americas. This is a lively resort, with many clubs, restaurants and bars, as well as the popular Safari shopping centre where you can spend an afternoon checking out the shops.
The hotel is home to a buffet restaurant plus five a la carte restaurants, two pool bars and a sports bar. A la carte options include a steakhouse, a pan-Asian restaurant and an international restaurant, among others. You can also relax with a drink in the 16th-floor lounge.
Younger guests can join the activities at the hotel's kids' clubs. There are three clubs for different age groups, from 6 months to 17 years old.
Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife has six swimming pools, of which one children's pool, divided into three pool areas. Four of the pools, Nirvana, the two heated pools and the Rock SpaÆ Pool are for adults. There is also a heated indoor pool in Rock Spa, for a fee.
All rooms have a balcony or terrace. They have centrally controlled air conditioning, a TV with satellite channels, a safe and a minibar.
Of course there is a Rock Shop where you can buy t-shirts, watches and souvenirs! Credit card note of 100 euros / night / room deducted upon arrival as security deposit (the sum will be available throughout the stay). The same amount can be deposited in cash (Euros) unless credit cards are available.
Distance to city centre 6km
Distance to beach 0.5km
Distance to airport 30km
Address: +34922741049, Avenida Adeje 300, 300, Playa Paraiso, Canary Islands
Playa Paraiso, Tenerife, Canary Islands
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Unfortunately since May 2020 we have attempted to stay in HRH Tenerife a number of occasions but due to Covi-19 we have been unsuccessful.
The communication and the rebooking each time has been second to none and both Call Center Carmen and Guest Services Omar and all other staff in Call Center and Guest Service have been a great help.
Our original booking for May 2020 was moved to December 2020, then switched to March 2021 and Now September 2021. As it was a big birthday for May and March we had the Rockstar Suite Booked.
We had upgraded to All Inclusive in October for our December visit and intended to spend our time at the resort.
We decided to keep our current All Inclusive booking for March 2021 but But due to Covid-19 things where becoming limited on All Inclusive even Rock Royalty Services began to reduce. With concern, i sent both Rock Royalty and Guest Services an e-mail Christmas week not expecting a reply.
On Christmas Eve , i received an unexpected call from Anaxaxtra in Rock Royalty. It was lovely to hear from her as she was a great help when we visited in 2019. She explained all services that where reduced in Rock Royalty and what was available currently and advised us to check back prior to our visit in March. At the time the hotel was only open 3 weeks and they were trying out what would work and what would be temporary unavailable as well as the hours of Lounge etc. The call was greatly appreciated and should how much they were focused on providing a great safe service to guests and welcoming them back.
We have stayed twice Rock Royalty and we love it , we cant wait to return September 4th and hopefully avail of all services that we are used of in HRH Tenerife.
See ye in September , Stay Safe and Well.
It’s hard to review the hotel as it was only offering 50% of their usual services.
Check in was a bit slow and not as informative as we would have liked during covid.
Our room was beautiful and easy to find, very clean, spacious with lovely views.
We stayed bed and breakfast and the buffet selection was really great, the food was lovely, we sat and ate breakfast by the pool each morning in the sunshine which we really enjoyed.
We were disappointed at the restaurants available in the evenings, a choice of 2 restaurants for just 3 days of our stay - the other nights it was just the buffet, and we’re not buffet people in the evenings. We went out to a couple of restaurants in the local area on these nights which was fine, however, we would have been SO disappointed if we had paid all inclusive to have had to leave the hotel.
The 2 evenings we did eat at the hotel restaurants we had lovely meals and service.
We appreciate the staff are working in limited numbers and struggling through covid, however, I don’t think the prices charged reflected the services open at the time. We were a little bored in the evenings.
We did however, have a nice break away in the sunshine and I’m confident the hotel has much more to offer under more normal circumstances.
See you next time and please have more facilities available for your guests when you reopen again in Spring 🙌🏽😃
You charged €840 one night, €640 some nights and generally over over €400 a night over the 16 nights we stayed with you.
Staff were busy and hard to catch but friendly and hard working. You needed more staff available for the price you charge.
What made me book the hotel was the many restaurants, bars and pools. However you had 2 restaurants open only 5 nights a week between then. And only 1 pool open. Plus all the cool bars were closed. When that is all you offer you should not be charging €840 per night, you should not be charging €400 per night!!!
Also, your drinks are a disgrace. €5 for a local wine is expensive but acceptable given you are a good hotel. But the 125ml measure is disgusting, you should be fined for this.
Given what you advertise and charge versus what you deliver I feel you should offer some vouchers to use the hotel when everything if open, but I am not holding my breath.