Regency Country Club
What We Love
- A Tenerife suite stay in a sleek, Bali-inspired resort, with breakfast and a bottle of champagneTaking in beautiful Atlantic views from the infinity pool
- Admiring the dreamy Balinese-style design
- Being conveniently near the town of Los Cristianos and Playa de las Vistas beach
What To Know
- The spacious suites have an open floor plan, separate lounge area, dining room and a full kitchen
- Free shuttle to/from Los Cristianos
- The property could use some TLC
Regency Country Club sits in a tranquil spot amid the foothills of the grand volcanic peak of Teide, on the beautiful Spanish Canary Island of Tenerife. It’s set among verdant gardens of palm trees, tropical shrubs and brightly colored flowers, but it’s not only the immediate location that’s dreamy. Just five minutes down the road lies the charming the town of Los Cristianos and its pretty Playa de las Vistas beach.
At this peaceful TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, you might be forgiven for momentarily thinking you’ve arrived in Indonesia rather than Spain. The property is designed along the aesthetic principals of the tropical island of Bali, with oriental hand-carved statues dotted around its stone and marble public areas. Stunning Atlantic views abound here, and the hotel boasts three heated, outdoor pools and a tempting selection of Thai, Zen, Ayurvedic and Balinese massages, plus hot stone therapy.
Suites are classically and tastefully furnished, and feature a large bedroom with a separate lounge area and an open-plan and fully equipped kitchen/dining room. Kick back on sun loungers on your private terrace when the weather’s nice.
Regency Country Club is located in Tenerife’s exclusive Chafoya area and a five-minute drive from the town of Los Cristianos, which has a variety of pubs, nightclubs and shops, plus a lovely harbor and the beautiful beach of Playa de las Vistas. There are six 18-hole golf courses in the vicinity. You can also try your hand at diving, sailing and both windsurfing and kite-surfing when the weather cooperates. Tenerife’s most iconic location is the mountain of Teide and the surrounding Las Canadas nature reserve, where rare tropical flowers bloom in the fertile volcanic soil.
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We stayed here for 7 nights meeting friends and it is a great hotel. Lots to do mini golf, table tennis,pool etc and the staff are very good and polite. Apartment good although the shower and bath alittle tired but always clean and we also had a roof terrace which was useful. The Beds are rock hard so be warned you will be stiff in the morning. Pool area well kept and plenty of beds. We enjoyed it but as other reviews say you have to be prepared for getting the shuttle bus or taxis to get out and about.
I stayed here in the easter half term with my husband and two children (7 and 13). My son enjoyed the kids club who were fantastic and put their all into everything. Sometimes he was the only one in there but loved the 1:1 and had Spanish lessons.
We disnt eat any evening meals at the hotel but the breakfast and lunches are great and fresh.
Our room was dated but wow it was spotless. It was cleaned everyday if we wanted it.
Considering it was half term and the hotel was nearly full we never struggled for 4 sunbeds. It was just beautiful. Just a shame that due to being slightly up the mounting from the front we got cloud cover most days but this was not all day amd a blessing really as it was very warm.
The taxis are cheap to get into town and back, which we did a few times but we also hired a car.
Would go back in a heart beat.
Stayed in June. Staff was very efficient and friendly.
Breakfast was a little let down,not a great variety.
Pool and activities was great.
Would have loved a bus service to siam park mall and monkey park. Close by but 10€ ea way was a little much. Rooms were very clean.