Take a look at the best luxury hotels in Adeje.

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Hotel Suite Villa Maria

La Caleta, Costa Adeje

Hotel Suite Villa Maria is a secluded, upscale family-friendly hotel surrounded by golf courses in Costa Adeje. The hillside location provides great views and golf access, but it's about a 15-minute walk to the beach and there is little to do off-property in the immediate area. The resort is arranged like a small village, with a main square and 78 two-floor villas with simple decor, full kitchens, and furnished, south-facing verandas that get sunlight all day. The villas are positioned around a peaceful pool complex with three pools (one for kids), an enclosed playground, and a pool bar with barbecue. Freebies like Wi-Fi, private underground parking, and round-trip shuttle service to Playa del Duque, one of Costa Adeje’s best beaches, are nice extras. Travelers looking for a livelier, beachfront setting could consider Sheraton La Caleta Resort & Spa, whose rooms have balconies, but no kitchens.

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Hotel Jardin Tropical

Costa Adeje, Adeje

Hotel Jardin Tropical is a gorgeous four-pearl resort housed in a beautiful white-stucco complex overlooking the sea. The 390 air-conditioned rooms and suites here feature marble bathrooms and furnished balconies, and while they all have mini-fridges and air-conditioning, entry-level units lack coffeemakers and kettles. At the heart of the hotel is a gorgeous lagoon pool with a waterfall feature and lots of sunbeds, and guests are free to take advantage of the property's on-site Beach Club, which features a saltwater pool and an elegant restaurant, not to mention loungers, Bali beds, and spectacular sea views. While children are welcome and the hotel gets lots of families, there are certainly fewer facilities for little ones than at other comparable properties, such as Hotel Suite Villa Maria nearby.

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Roca Nivaria GH – Adrian Hoteles

Playa Paraiso, Adeje

Roca Nivaria is a huge four-pearl resort located in a quiet area of Tenerife, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The 289 elegant rooms and suites have large bathrooms with separate showers and tubs, plus balconies with lounge chairs, but fees for kettles and minibars are notable downsides, especially for a hotel of this caliber. Features include a fantastic buffet restaurant and two a la carte dinner options that are included with meal plans, as well as a lovely spa with a fitness center, two pools (including a heated saltwater infinity pool), a small beach, and tons for kids, including kids' clubs catering to children as young as 10 months. Travelers looking for something even quieter and a tad more luxurious may want to also consider Gran Melia Palacio de Isora Resort & Spa.

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Sheraton La Caleta Resort & Spa

Costa Adeje, Adeje

Sheraton La Caleta Resort & Spa is an upscale, business and leisure resort located in a quieter part of Costa Adeje, with views out over the beach (but no direct coastal access). Its 284 rooms and suites are contemporary and sleek, with streamlined decor that adds to the overall business hotel ambience, plus they have terraces or balconies, many with sea views. Along with two bars and four restaurants (including dinner-only Spanish and Japanese options), this Sheraton offers a gorgeous spa with a thalassotherapy circuit (included in some bookings), fitness facilities, a kids' club, and extensive event space, along with dedicated business facilities and lots of room for weddings. While it's a lovely place to stay, it's business vibe may detract from the feeling of being on vacation. Hotel Suite Villa Maria may be a better option for vacationers, though it lacks a spa and is a little further from the nearest beach.