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Hotel Las Madrigueras Golf Resort & Spa

Playa de las Americas, Arona, Tenerife

One of the most luxurious hotels in the Canary Islands, Hotel Las Madrigueras Golf Resort & Spa is a 57-room adult-only golf hotel on the border of Golf Las Americas. Manicured grounds and tropical foliage surround its Spanish-Colonial-inspired buildings, and a hushed atmosphere permeates inside and out. Spacious rooms and suites are regal and refined, with traditional decor such as hardwood floors and rich area rugs, plus conveniences like minibars, pillow menus, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, and free Wi-Fi. Las Madrigueras' two restaurants offer outdoor seating, but note that terrace reservations go quickly. The hotel's heated pool, quiet spa and fitness center, and lush courtyard are peaceful, but the entire daytime atmosphere feels somewhat desolate, as most guests are out on the course. At night, a billiards room and piano bar provide some liveliness.


Hotel Sir Anthony

Playa de las Americas, Arona, Tenerife

Hotel Sir Anthony is a boutique resort that's part of a larger complex shared with two rowdier -- and less chichi -- resorts. The 70 rooms and suites are unabashedly elegant, with high-end amenities (minibars even have full-sized bottles of top-shelf liquor), sleek bathrooms, and sea-facing balconies. Its location next to the beach in the heart of Playa de las Americas is among its most attractive selling points, although the lovely outdoor pool surrounded by grass and palm trees is not too shabby either. A great restaurant serving locally sourced fare and a spa with ample treatments are also available, but no fitness center directly on-site. Travelers who like the location but want to save some cash may prefer the more affordable Cleopatra Palace or Mediterranean Palace, both of which are part of the same larger resort complex.


Tigotan Lovers & Friends Playa de las Americas

Playa de las Americas, Arona, Tenerife

Tigotan Lovers & Friends is an upscale adult-only hotel with stellar facilities and 416 lovely rooms and suites, some of which were upgraded in 2016. All rooms have balconies and those that look out over the pool have particularly stellar views (particularly from the top floor), but the industrial views from the back of the building leave plenty to be desired. The main hub of activity at this property is at the main pool on the ground floor, which offers over 400 lounge chairs, a pool bar with an entertainment stage, and three hot tubs, the largest of which seats 16 people. There are two more infinity pools on the rooftop (and nude sunbathing) along with the hotel's own branch of Ibiza's iconic Cafe del Mar. Half-board and "exclusive" dining packages are available. Unfortunately, it's a 10-minute walk to the nearest beach, so travelers wanting to be right on the shore may want to consider the sea-facing Europe Villa Cortes instead.


Marylanza Suites & Spa

Playa de las Americas, Arona, Tenerife

The 217-room, upper-middle-range Marylanza Suites & Spa is a low-key, family-friendly all-inclusive next to Golf Las Americas, about a 15-minute walk from the adrenalized beach zone. Its two-story buildings form a rectangular enclosure around two large pools, plus a separate kids' pool and a poolside bar and grill. All rooms are air-conditioned apartment-style suites -- some overlooking the pool or golf course -- with kitchens, flat-screen TVs, and private patios or balconies. The hotel offers a buffet restaurant with a 15-day dinner program that prevents redundancy, as well as an a la carte restaurant, a lobby bar with local tapas and wines, and a disco with light entertainment at night. Notable are the excellent hydrotherapy spa and fitness facility, both of which incur extra fees. HD Parque Cristobal provides a similarly relaxed environment for families, but is just a three-minute walk from the beach.


Parque Santiago Villas

Playa de las Americas, Arona, Tenerife

Parque Santiago IV is a simple and tranquil mid-range beach resort with a stellar location in the middle of Playa de las Americas. Its L-shaped structure, which has a classic Spanish stucco style with green-tile trim and striped awnings, sleepily commands a prime corner position on the coast. The 94 apartment-style units range from studios to three-bedroom apartments and penthouses; all are basic and old-fashioned, but feature furnished balconies or patios and kitchenettes. The resort's standout feature is its beautiful and peaceful beach-facing garden, which has two huge pools, a snack bar, a playground, and gorgeous and well-maintained landscaping. There's no pounding music, supervised activities, or poolside entertainment. As a result, the vibe here is substantially more serene than most of the resorts along the promenade. For a place with more buzz and bounce, try Parque Santiago III, next door.


Hotel Cleopatra Palace

Playa de las Americas, Arona, Tenerife

The upper-middle-range, 431-room beachfront Cleopatra Palace Hotel is one of the three hotels in the Mare Nostrum Resort complex, along with Mediterranean Palace and Hotel Sir Anthony. The Mare Nostrum compound at large is what comes to mind when one thinks of the quintessential ornate Playa de las Americas beach resort, but Cleopatra has more of a calm atmosphere that caters to couples. A pool framed by Roman-inspired statues and sunning patios, a thalassotherapy center, a beach bar, and a buffet restaurant (where the free breakfast is routinely praised) are the main features here, and guests can also access all Mare Nostrum facilities. Rooms are all quite dated, but their furnished balconies -- some with plunge pools -- and marble bathrooms are nice perks. The beachfront location on Playa de las Americas' Golden Mile is fabulous, but of course with that comes noise.


Coral Ocean View

Adeje, Tenerife

Hotel Ocean View is an upper-middle-range, adult-only property with a relaxed atmosphere and setting a seven-minute walk from the beach. The design throughout is chic and modern, with a beachy flair thanks to neutral-tone furnishings with pops of blue. There are 136 rooms, all of which promise a balcony (some with a sea view), modern amenities such as air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi, and a small kitchenette. The centerpiece of the resort is its outdoor pool, plus there are a rooftop solarium with whirlpool, spa offering massages, and spacious gym. The buffet eatery offers all-inclusive packages, but food receives mixed reviews. Families traveling with children under 16 might enjoy the stylish Green Garden Resort & Suites.


H10 Conquistador

Playa de las Americas, Arona, Tenerife

H10 Conquistador's monstrous concrete exterior commands the coastline, but the 485-room upscale resort makes up for its unsightly bulk with a surprisingly fresh and contemporary interior design, warmhearted service, and a considerable set of features. Three pools, a gorgeous spa, seemingly endless buffet, and three distinct a la carte restaurants are standouts among the substantial offerings, not to mention direct beach access. Rooms are a squeeze, but come with mini-fridges, flat-screen TVs, and balconies, many overlooking the ocean. In all, the property has across-the-board appeal for all sorts of guests -- families, couples, even the rare business traveler -- but those looking for a quieter vibe (and the same killer location) could check out Parque Santiago IV.


Hotel Coral Suites & Spa

Playa de las Americas, Arona, Tenerife

The 191-room Sunprime Coral Suites and Spa is an upscale, adult-only hotel with vibrant and modern decor. Contemporary and colorful guests rooms are outfitted with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and well-equipped kitchenettes, as well as furnished balconies. Note that some previous guests have complained of noise, particularly in road-facing and lower-level rooms. The hotel's central location puts guests within an eight-minute walk of the famed Playa de la Americas, as well as near restaurants and bars. An array of on-site features include a large outdoor pool, expansive spa, gym, and well-reviewed restaurant with all-inclusive options. Visitors traveling with children under the age of 16 might enjoy the four-pearl, beachfront H10 Costa Adeje Palace. 


Hovima Club Atlantis

Playa de las Americas, Arona, Tenerife

The budget-friendly HOVIMA Atlantis is a quiet, 225-room apartment-style property that is a four-minute walk up a slight hill from the seafront promenade and the marina. Rooms are clean and spacious, with air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs, kitchenettes, and balconies (many with sea views), but decor could stand to be spruced up a bit. On the amenities front, Atlantis is considerably more dialed back than most area hotels: Its main feature is its casual pool deck featuring three side by side pools (one for children), a hot tub, and a pool bar serving breakfast, lunch, and drinks. There is also an airy and spacious indoor living room, with table seating, easy chairs, and meeting nooks. Travelers wanting something livelier and more features-laden could try Hotel Troya, which is right on the beach.