We stayed for one week in early November.
* thought hotel an extremely good 4*. It wasn't as opulent as other 5* hotels nearby
* there is very little to do in the surrounding area. A few shops, one supermarket and some coffee
Shops/small restaurants and bars but none of them were very appealing.The immediate vicinity around hotel needs upgrading and it's possible once the building work on the half built hotel being constructed nearby is complete then the area will improve. That said, the area outside the hotel in no way distracted from our enjoyment of staying at the Roca Nivaria. We had a car so easily visited other towns. There is also a local bus that stops outside the hotel and the hotel also offers a free shuttle bus to their sister hotel in Fanabe.
* the hotel has two beautiful outdoor swimming pools, a heated salt water pool and a freshwater unheated pool.
* pool towels are provided
* great choice of food at breakfast
* evening entertainment very enjoyable
* staff very friendly and always smiling
* room very comfortable. Great bathroom and huge shower. Lovely balcony.
* higher rooms have better views of sea
We had excellent weather and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We will return in the future and look forward to seeing how the area has developed.
I hadn't been to Tenerife for over 22 years so I was expecting lots of changes to the Puerto Colon area (and how the area has expanded!). However, we had a lovely weeks' holiday at the Flamingo Club. We being grandma, mother and daughter, staying in a two-bed apartment. We found the resort to be well kept and noticed ongoing maintenance throughout our stay. The housekeeping staff were extremely thorough too. Saturday night is BBQ and entertainment night at the Flamingo Club and for just EUR10 (EUR5 for children), we had a fabulous BBQ, jug of sangria (or bottle of wine) all whilst being serenaded by a singer, entertained by a very good magician (+ dancing assistant) then a parrot show. If you decide to rent a car, bear in mind that the hotel does not have a car park.
Lovely hotel with excellent friendly staff . Food was lovely , swimming pools were great , roof terrace was peaceful . The all inclusive drinks with waiter service to your table around the evening outside area was wonderful . A great location . 10/10 will definitely be going back
The hotel is styled around an oasis concept and it provides a delightfully comfortable environment for full rest and recuperation. The rooms for guests on the lowest of the five levels are the least pleasant due to some having poor views and limited sunlight. I paid for a "Superior" room and was told on arrival I'd been upgraded. However, despite staying for two weeks I was offered an relatively undesirable room on the first floor.This room was quite dark and noisy, being quite close to the restaurant. Apart from that it proved to be a really well managed hotel, where guests were made to feel welcome and services provided were very well performed and supplied.Despite being close to the sea, the nearest beaches are not really convenient and don't all have showering facilities provided.There is a good selection of local restaurants and places to eat.The hotel's breakfasts are a really good way to start each day!
In the middle of Adeje good location close to the beach. Hotel staff were helpful. The bedrooms were very clean but could do with an update however not in the room very often. The beds was really comfortable and air conditioning was a god send at times. Would recommend a stay there
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We had a nice break with friends. we went just after Uk schools half term so it was quiet. generally plenty of room around the pool until they closed it for maintenance. The hotel had informed all tour operators months in advanced but most of them didn't inform there travellers.
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The northern extension of Playa de las Americas, Costa Adeje’s main attraction is the Puerto Colón marina from where there are numerous boat excursions and water sports. Nightlife is quiet and the resort’s championship golf course is one of the best in the Canary Islands. Just inland is the relatively unspoiled village of Adeje and, near here, the Barranco del Infierno (Hell’s Gorge), a picturesque lush ravine, very popular with walkers.
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