Take a look at the best value hotels in Adeje.
The three-pearl Regency Torviscas Apartments and Suites is a contemporary, self-catering complex set a 20-minute steep uphill walk from the beach in Costa Adeje. The 95 well-maintained Studios and apartments have full kitchens, furnished terraces, and modern bathrooms, but Studios only have pullout sofa beds. On-site features include an attractive freeform pool with a bar and sea views, an all-day restaurant serving regional and international cuisine, small spa, and entertainment for kids and adults. The hotel also provides free shuttles to the beach, Playa de las Americas, and Los Cristianos. Note that some guests have complained of limited pool loungers and the lack of in-room air-conditioning. Travelers looking to stay closer to the action might want to try the Sol Sun Beach Apartments, which is along the boardwalk in Costa Adeje.
Sunset Bay Club is a three-pearl property with apartment-like suites. It's centrally located with several restaurants, bars, shops, and both Puerto Colon Beach and Fanabe Beach within a 10-minute walk. The 206 apartments have a minimal design and amenities like fully-equipped kitchens, flat-screen TVs, and balconies (some have been renovated). Jamie's Place restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner (not included in room rates). Kid-friendly features include the shallow kids' pool and popular Creature Club with indoor and outdoor play areas. Additional features include an outdoor swimming pool (which can get quite crowded), a small fitness center, and game room. Both Wi-Fi and parking incur an additional fee. Travelers looking for somewhere even closer to the beach should consider Sol Sun Beach Apartments, which also has apartment-style accommodation without the pesky time-share pitches; plus free and fast Wi-Fi.
Thanks to a 2015 through 2016 renovation, the mid-range Hotel Chatur Playa Real offers an updated spin on the typical Tenerife all-inclusive hotel template. Its 178 rooms are light, airy, and minimalist, with a fresh color palette of white, bright orange, and cool gray. One- and two-bedroom Family Rooms feature kitchenettes and all rooms come with flat-screen TVs and furnished balconies -- some with ocean views -- but in-room Wi-Fi incurs an extra fee. Multiple pools, two restaurants, an Irish pub, a disco, and a nightly live-entertainment calendar keep the clientele (mostly families and pensioners) happy, though guest grumblings about the uninspired food and brisk pool water are not uncommon. For an all-inclusive right on the beach and with free Wi-Fi, compare prices with Hotel Troya, which overlooks Playa de Troya and Playa del Bobo.