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Luxuriate in our hotels in Tenerife

Discover our hotels in Tenerife, an island in the Atlantic Ocean covering 2,034 km² and part of the Canary Islands, together with Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Gomera, Lanzarote, La Palma and El Hierro, and the destination with the best climate in Spain. The island has the volcano, El Teide, Spain's highest mountain standing at 3,718 metres, at its centre. The capital is Santa Cruz, in the north.
Tenerife boasts two World Heritage sites, a national park, 42 protected areas, Europe's best theme parks and a world famous carnival. Its most significant feature is the great wealth and variety of humid, lush countryside in the north, stretching from Tacoronte to Buenavista. Some tourist areas, such as Puerto de la Cruz, Valle de la Orotava and Isla Baja, are in strong contrast to the arid, sunny south where some of the main tourist centres are found from Candelaria to Santiago del Teide and home to several hotels en Tenerife.
The many hotels en Tenerife and the enchanting ambience of the island enable you to make the most of the spectacular surroundings. A mix of nature, leisure and fun which makes it the perfect place for great experiences and adventures with your partner, friends and family throughout the year.

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If you stay in our hotels in Tenerife-Adeje you should know: :


Citizens from all European Union countries can enter Spain without a visa and just need a current identity card or passport.
For stays of less than three months, citizens from the following countries only need a current passport: Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, Vatican City, Costa Rica, Croatia, El Salvador, United States, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Macao, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, Nicaragua, New Zealand, Panama, Paraguay, Republic of Korea, San Marino, Switzerland, Singapore, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Citizens of all other countries should check with the Spanish embassy in their country, or find the information on the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.

Travel insurance

There is public health care in Spain. EU citizens have the same right to health care as insured Spanish nationals if they present their European health insurance card.
It is recommended to take out travel insurance for faster attention.


The climate is mild and spring-like all year round. The temperature is stable at an annual average of 21ºC. There are more hours of light than anywhere else in Europe.

Health care

Health care can be obtained at:
Hospitals in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

  • Nuestra Señora de Candelaria-Ofra Hospital Complex: Ctra. del Rosario, s/n., 38010, Santa Cruz de Tenerife- 922602000 
  • Hospital de Niños Fundación Doctor Guigou children's hospital: Carmen Monteverde, 47, 38003 , Santa Cruz de Tenerife- 922286550 
  • Ofra Hospital: La Cuesta, s/n. , 38008 , Santa Cruz de Tenerife- 922602000 
  • Febles Campos Hospital: Domingo José Manrique, 2, 38006, Santa Cruz de Tenerife- 922286600 
  • Hospital Militar de Santa Cruz de Tenerife: Galcerán, s/n., 38004, Santa Cruz de Tenerife- 922605100 
  • Nuestra Señora de La Candelaria Hospital: Ctra. del Rosario, s/n., 38010, Santa Cruz de Tenerife- 922602000 
  • Hospiten Rambla: Rambla General Franco, 115, 38001, Santa Cruz de Tenerife- 922291600

Useful telephone numbers: 

  • Prefix for Spain: +34
  • Prefix for the Canary Islands: +34
  • National police: 091
  • Municipal police: 092
  • Emergencies, fire service and civil protection: 112
  • Command of the Guardia Civil: 922 64 85 00
  • Guardia Civil Granadilla de Abona: 922 77 44 40
  • Guardia Civil Playa de las Américas: 922 78 80 22
  • Ambulances: 061

The official currency is the euro.


The official time in the Canary Islands is UTC + 2 in summer and UTC + 1 in winter.


The population is 898,680. It is the largest of the Canary Islands the most populated one in Spain.


The official language of Tenerife is Spanish. The Canary dialect is spoken, a branch of Spanish found in the Canary Islands.

What can you visit from hotels in Tenerife-Adeje

Visits and excursions close to the most famous places from your hotel in Tenerife are the best way to see the surroundings of an island filled with desert and coastal landscapes, as well as subtropical woods and mountain scenery. The island has a mix of towns with monumental buildings and avant-garde architecture, plus a wealth of nature.   

Some of the best beaches near the hotels in Tenerife are Playa del Bollullo in Orotava; Playa del Socorro in Los Realejos, ideal for surfers; Playa de San Marcos in Icod de los Vinos; Playa de la Gargañona in El Sauzal; and Playa Jardín in Puerto de la Cruz; also the white sands of Playa de las Teresitas.
Near to hotels in Tenerife in the south are Playa del Médano in Granadilla de Abona, the largest natural beach in Tenerife; Playa de la Arena in Santiago del Teide near the port; Playa el Camisón, Playa Las Vistas and Playa de las Galletas in Arona; Playa de Torviscas, Playa del Duque, Playa Fañabé, Playa La Caleta and Playa De Troya on the Adeje coast, known as the paradise of of the south and has wonderful views of La Gomera.

Monuments, museums and landmarks are awaiting discovery to make your holiday into one to remember, full of visits from the hotels in Tenerife. The most famous is to El Teide, a natural monument and the highest peak in Spain at 3,718 metres, a place where stunning views start immediately. Another of the main attractions are the Las Cañadas nature reserve; Icod de los Vinos where you can see the Cueva del Viento cave (the largest volcanic cavity on Earth) and Drago tree, the world's oldest. Some of the most important museums in the north are the Municipal Fine Arts Museum, with guided tours to the heritage of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and the Casa Museo de la Vid y Vinos wine museum of Tenerife; in the south, there is the Cha Domitila Ethnographic Museum of traditional Canary architecture; and in the city there is the Museum of Nature and Mankind showing the Guanche culture in Santa Cruz de Tenerife; and the Museum of History and Anthropology of Tenerife.
To make the most of the island's stunning views, there are several viewpoints in the north, such as the Mirador de Ortuño, looking over Teide National Park; Mirador La Garañona in El Sauzal; Mirador de la Coronain the town of Los Realejos; Mirador de Chipeque, on the road from La Laguna to Teide National Park; Mirador del Guincho, in Garachico; in the south, there are the viewpoints of Cherfe in Treno Country Park; Mirador de la Cruz de Hilda; Mirador de Archipenque; and the Mirador de Los Campitos overlooking the port and city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

There are any number of activities, visits and excursions to see lovely mountain and coastal scenery that will make your holiday into a highly memorable one and an all-round experience to be had from the hotels in Tenerife to explore this fabulous destination.
Among the best excursions and activities, you can choose from Cañadas del Teide from a cable car; Villa de Garachico; La Laguna; Teno Country Park to see the Acantilados de los Gigantes cliffs; Anaga Country Park; whale spotting; Valle de la Orotava; Candelaria, with the statues of Guanche kings; Puerto de la Cruz with the Martíanez lakes and botanical gardens; a visit to Las Mercedes Hill Nature Reserve; take a ferry trip to other islands, like La Gomera, a World Heritage site; have fun in Loro Parque and Siam Park theme parks; and do all kinds of activities, such as walking in La Orotava; boat trips; diving, cameel rides; helicopter, quad and horse rides; kayaks; jet skis; the Pueblo Chico theme park and the Pirámides de Güimar Ethnographic Park; or get a thrill from paragliding.

Find out about the culture and leisure activities in the hotels in Tenerife

Our hotels in Tenerife are an excellent choice for finding out about a destination brimming with traditions and culture, pre-Hispanic roots from the Guanches who lived in Tenerife, and which are based on a long culinary tradition, unique folklore and an enchanting ambience.
Gastronomy in the Canary Islands has its roots in indigenous, Spanish, Latin American and African fare and uses basic products such as vegetables, meat, fish and fresh fruit. These days, it is a modern cuisine that has maintained traditions in dishes like papas arrugadas con mojo (potatoes in a spicy sauce); potaje de berros(a stew with cress, beans, potatoes, etc); conejo en salmorejo (rabbit in herb sauce); almogrote based on goat's cheese, garlic, oil, and paprika; and escaldón (maize, pork and potato etc. stew). Other products which can be sampled in various restaurants and hotels in Tenerife are cheese, maize, honey rum and wine, which has been made since the 15th century.
The festival and cultural calendar on the island of Tenerife provides a wide variety of things to do and celebrations, especially pilgrimages, when islanders wear their traditional costumes, with that of San Benito being one of the largest. The towns of La Laguna and La Orotova are famous for the traditional festival of Corpus Christi, when the streets are filled with carpets and tapestries made of flowers, coloured sand and volcanic ash. The most popular festivals take place in San Juan de la Rambla and La Laguna at harvest time and are known as Las Papadas. The Tenerife carnival is one of the best-known, with visitors from all over the world, and lasts for about 15 days. And finally, there is the famous celebration in honour of the Virgin de la Candelaria, the patron saint of the Canary Islands, in February.
Some of the best-known areas close to the hotels in Tenerife for fun at night are in the north in Santa Cruz de Tenerife La Noria, Clavel, Avenida de Anaga, Plaza San Francisco and Callejón streets, which have venues, bars and restaurants catering for all tastes. La Laguna de San Cristóbal is a nearby district with several pubs, bars and small venues. The Adeje coast in the south has night clubs, discos, bars, restaurants and casinos spreading from the promenade to the port of Puerto Colón.
Souvenirs, crafts and typical products can be bought near to the hotels in Tenerife in all towns on the island, where craft shops still work on traditional pieces using Guanche techniques. There are also several small markets, especially the Mercado Nuestra Sra. de África in Santa Cruz de Tenerife; the Mercado del Agricultor farmers' market found in almost all towns; the Mercado de los Cristianos; the Mercado de Los Abrigos in Granadilla de Abona; the Mercado de La laguna en Plaza del Cristo square in La Laguna; the Mercadillo de Alcalá and the Mercadillo de San Felipe.

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