Pros

  • Within walking distance of restaurants, bars, and shops
  • Spacious, contemporary rooms with flat-screen TVs, minibars, and balconies
  • Two large outdoor pools and an indoor pool (heated in the winter)
  • Several dining options, including three restaurants, a poolside snack bar, and a piano bar
  • Privilege guests get access to a beachside lounge with sunset views
  • Direct access to a (small, rocky) beach
  • A homey spa with saunas, treatment cabins, and salon services
  • Small fitness center with a handful of machines
  • Kids’ club with activities, a playground, and a mini golf course
  • Free Wi-Fi and free shuttle to Las Américas beach
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Cons

  • On-site beach is small and rocky
  • Beachside lounge only open to Privilege guests
  • Limited lunch and dinner menus at non-buffet restaurants
  • Fee for use of in-room safe
  • Bathrooms are somewhat garish
  • Standard rooms don’t have coffeemakers (kettles available for a fee)
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Bottom Line

An all-inclusive resort catering to families and couples, the H10 Costa Adeje looms large as a 467-room property. Guest rooms are spacious and sunny, with contemporary decor, furnished balconies, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. Bathrooms suffer from some loud orange tiles, but they all have tub/shower combos. With three pools, three restaurants, fitness and wellness facilities, and a kids’ club, the property offers all the amenities expected for an upscale property at this level. The hotel’s beach, however, is narrow, rocky and not quite appealing. Guests looking to take a dip in the ocean can use the free shuttle bus service to Las Americas or walk to Playa del Duque, one of Costa Adeje’s best beaches. Overall, the resort has all the trappings of a Canary Islands vacation, but it's not as tasteful as the H10 Gran Tinerfe

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Oyster Hotel Review

H10 Costa Adeje Palace

Scene

A large all-inclusive resort with lush grounds and (partial) ocean views

Bathed in natural light, the hotel lobby -- located in the central part of the hotel -- has oversized windows and towering ceilings capped off by a striking slanted wooden roof. A wide staircase rimmed in blue tiles leads up to the mezzanine, where the front desk, the lobby bar, and the Privilege lounge are located. Loads of seating, from white wicker armchairs to green velvet couches, give guests a place to linger. The terra-cotta tiled floors and a small trickling fountain are looking a little tired. But the surrounding grounds are bursting with tropical greenery: towering palm trees, cacti, colorful bougainvillea, and manicured grass lawns. The U-shaped building was constructed perpendicular to the beach, which means that many rooms have partial views of the Atlantic but only a few rooms have full ocean views.

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Location

In a residential area within walking distance of restaurants, bars, and shops

Located in a quiet residential neighborhood, this property is a 10-minute walk from all the action. It offers direct access to La Enramada, a narrow, rocky beach that's not overly frequented by tourists or locals. The boardwalk -- which goes all the way to Los Cristianos beach -- starts here, but there aren’t many restaurants or bars in this section. But those looking to explore the neighborhood can find a number of restaurants, bars, and shops within walking distance. Playa del Duque, Costa Adeje’s best beach, is a 15-minute walk away, and the hotel offers free shuttle service to Las Américas. Famous Fañabé Beach -- known for its dark sand -- is a 12-minute bus ride away. Tenerife Sur Airport can be reached by car in 20 minutes.

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Rooms

Bright, contemporary rooms with balconies and free Wi-Fi

The hotel's 467 guest rooms are split into two main categories: standard units and Junior Suites. All rooms are sunny and spacious with streamlined, contemporary furniture; laminate or cream-colored tile floors; and balconies furnished with charming wicker furniture. Amenities include flat-screen TVs, minibars, and air-conditioning, but Standard Double Rooms don’t have Nespresso machines (others do). The orange-and-white striped tiles in the bathrooms makes them feel a bit garish, but they're bright, clean, and outfitted with shower/tub combos. Some rooms have ground views, and many have partial ocean views. Privilege guests get a few extra perks, including iPod docks and pillow menus.

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Features

Indoor and outdoor pools, a spa, a sparsely equipped fitness center, three restaurants, and a kids’ club

All the expected amenities of a beachside resort are on offer here, including large outdoor pools, several dining options, a spa, and a fitness center. The restaurants include buffet, Japanese, and a la carte options, but some guests have complained that the lunch and dinner menus are limited. Guests can treat themselves to body treatments and salon services in the homey spa. And a serene lap pool enclosed in a greenhouse gives a heated place to swim in winter. The modern -- if lightly equipped -- fitness center is directly adjacent to the pool. A kids’ club offers daily activities, a playground, and mini-disco at night. 

The hotel also features three bars, including a snack hut by the pool, and a piano bar with entertainment. Perhaps the best spot for a quiet drink at sunset is the beachside lounge, complete with Balinese beds, tables, and ocean views -- but it's only open for Privilege guests. Wi-Fi and free shuttle service to Las Américas beach are also available free of charge.

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Things You Should Know About H10 Costa Adeje Palace

Also Known As

  • H10 Costa Adeje Palace

Address

Playa La Enramada, S/n, 38679, Tenerife

Website

Oyster Hotel Review

H10 Costa Adeje Palace

Scene

A large all-inclusive resort with lush grounds and (partial) ocean views

Bathed in natural light, the hotel lobby -- located in the central part of the hotel -- has oversized windows and towering ceilings capped off by a striking slanted wooden roof. A wide staircase rimmed in blue tiles leads up to the mezzanine, where the front desk, the lobby bar, and the Privilege lounge are located. Loads of seating, from white wicker armchairs to green velvet couches, give guests a place to linger. The terra-cotta tiled floors and a small trickling fountain are looking a little tired. But the surrounding grounds are bursting with tropical greenery: towering palm trees, cacti, colorful bougainvillea, and manicured grass lawns. The U-shaped building was constructed perpendicular to the beach, which means that many rooms have partial views of the Atlantic but only a few rooms have full ocean views.

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Location

In a residential area within walking distance of restaurants, bars, and shops

Located in a quiet residential neighborhood, this property is a 10-minute walk from all the action. It offers direct access to La Enramada, a narrow, rocky beach that's not overly frequented by tourists or locals. The boardwalk -- which goes all the way to Los Cristianos beach -- starts here, but there aren’t many restaurants or bars in this section. But those looking to explore the neighborhood can find a number of restaurants, bars, and shops within walking distance. Playa del Duque, Costa Adeje’s best beach, is a 15-minute walk away, and the hotel offers free shuttle service to Las Américas. Famous Fañabé Beach -- known for its dark sand -- is a 12-minute bus ride away. Tenerife Sur Airport can be reached by car in 20 minutes.

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Rooms

Bright, contemporary rooms with balconies and free Wi-Fi

The hotel's 467 guest rooms are split into two main categories: standard units and Junior Suites. All rooms are sunny and spacious with streamlined, contemporary furniture; laminate or cream-colored tile floors; and balconies furnished with charming wicker furniture. Amenities include flat-screen TVs, minibars, and air-conditioning, but Standard Double Rooms don’t have Nespresso machines (others do). The orange-and-white striped tiles in the bathrooms makes them feel a bit garish, but they're bright, clean, and outfitted with shower/tub combos. Some rooms have ground views, and many have partial ocean views. Privilege guests get a few extra perks, including iPod docks and pillow menus.

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Features

Indoor and outdoor pools, a spa, a sparsely equipped fitness center, three restaurants, and a kids’ club

All the expected amenities of a beachside resort are on offer here, including large outdoor pools, several dining options, a spa, and a fitness center. The restaurants include buffet, Japanese, and a la carte options, but some guests have complained that the lunch and dinner menus are limited. Guests can treat themselves to body treatments and salon services in the homey spa. And a serene lap pool enclosed in a greenhouse gives a heated place to swim in winter. The modern -- if lightly equipped -- fitness center is directly adjacent to the pool. A kids’ club offers daily activities, a playground, and mini-disco at night. 

The hotel also features three bars, including a snack hut by the pool, and a piano bar with entertainment. Perhaps the best spot for a quiet drink at sunset is the beachside lounge, complete with Balinese beds, tables, and ocean views -- but it's only open for Privilege guests. Wi-Fi and free shuttle service to Las Américas beach are also available free of charge.

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner

  • Airport Transportation

  • Balcony / Terrace / Patio

  • Beach

  • Beauty / Hair Salon

  • Business Center

  • Cable

  • Children's Pool

  • Concierge

  • Cribs

  • Dry Cleaning

  • Fitness Center

  • Free Breakfast

  • Gameroom / Arcade

  • Golf Course

  • Internet

  • Jacuzzi

  • Kids Allowed

  • Laundry

  • Meeting / Conference Rooms

  • Mini Bar (with liquor)

  • Pool

  • Poolside Drink Service

  • Room Service

  • Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space

  • Spa

  • Supervised Kids Activities

  • Swim-Up Bar

  • Tennis Court

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