Couples and other mature travellers more interested in relaxed dinners out than raucous nightclubbing should head to this 124-suite beachfront hotel that only allows guests aged 16 and up. Situated in refined Adeje, this spot pays homage to the Moors with architecture and grounds (dominated by a sprawling pool) that open the resort up to an unspoilt beach. Those seeking retail therapy to complement their in-resort spa treatments can make the ten-minute walk to Centro Comercial Plaza del Duque for upmarket threads.
Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands – just pipping Fuerteventura to the post – and is firmly established as a magnet for tourists, especially the Brits. Most travellers gravitate to the south, with a favourite being Playa de las Américas, the top draw for night owls and home to some mammoth resorts. But the northern part of the island has gained steam as an alternative destination with more rustic offerings. A concerted government effort to maintain high tourism standards has resulted in an array of hotel offerings running the gamut, from the party hearty to the placid. We've picked some of the tops from around the island to help you find the best hotel in Tenerife for your holiday.
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