About Costa Adeje Gran Hotel
Costa Adeje Gran Hotel is located in an exclusive residential area in Costa Adeje, in the South of Tenerife. In this same enclave we find the most luxurious five star hotels in Tenerife, elite shopping centres, restaurants and many leisure and entertainment facilities.
This 5 star hotel is just five hundred metres from Duque Beach and Fañabé Beach, both with volcanic-golden sand where you can enjoy a great number of aquatic sports, the best views of La Gomera or a day relaxing in the sun.
Costa Adeje Gran Hotel was inaugurated in Tenerife at the end of December 2001, with a U-shaped structure and oriented towards the west. The rooms are distributed over five floors. Located in a small oasis in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean called the Canary Islands, which are known for their never-ending springs with an average temperature of 20 degrees all year round. This hotel belongs to GF Hoteles, a small hotel chain in continuous growth that has three hotels in the South of Tenerife and another in Puerto de la Cruz.
The Congresos Magma congress centre is just 2km away and Tenerife Sur Airport is 20km away.
Costa Adeje Gran Hotel is perfect for all types of tourists: for those who want quiet holidays in a privileged climate; for those who come for business reasons; for those who want to celebrate their wedding or other type of event; for the most naturist tourist who is looking for nature in its purest state; for those who practice sport or for people with reduced mobility. It is the perfect hotel, no matter what you are looking for.
Special Offer – La Gomera Island Cruise Tour Included – Very Limited, Book by Phone Only
You’ll leave Los Cristianos harbour (in the south of Tenerife) and board a ferry for San Sebastián de la Gomera, the capital of this extraordinary Canary Island. From here, you’ll head south towards the Garajonay National Park, a wonderful nature reserve of laurel forests and a designated World Heritage site.
You’ll stop at the Agando vantage point with its impressive rock formations and weather permitting, stop to take photographs at the Vallehermoso vantage point which has a beautiful view of this northern borough.
From 1pm to 2pm is a stop for lunch at either Las Rosas or Agulo (both restaurants are in the area between the coast and the mountains), where you can experience a demonstration of Gomera whistling! You’ll continue on to Hermigua, which is set at the bottom of a deep ravine, before starting the return journey to San Sebastián. En route, you’ll have the opportunity to see the last remaining fortifications of Christopher Columbus – the Torre del Conde (Count’s Tower), the chapel and the Pozo de la Aguada well then return by ferry to Los Cristianos.