Take a look at the best all-inclusive resorts in 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.
Built to resemble a traditional village, the 389-unit mid-range Hotel Isabel is a good choice for couples, groups, and families. The cobbled streets and sets of stairs throughout the resort may present a problem for some guests, but the secure, small-town setting helps ensure privacy and peace of mind. Accommodations include apartments, bungalows, and villas; all are plainly decorated with muted oranges and yellows and feature kitchens and balconies or patios. Two pools with pool bars, a lobby bar, spa, fitness center, vast dining hall, and ample kids' amenities (from the supervised kids' club to kids' treatments at the spa) all reinforce the community feel, and the beach is a 15-minute walk away. It's worth comparing Hotel Isabel's rates with Bahia Fanabe Suites, which more stylish rooms, but no kids' club.
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.