What We Love
- A bright and contemporary beach hotel on Tenerife's Costa Adeje, with your choice of boardOpting to stay in a Club Alexandre room to drink in the sea views
- Basking your days away by the pool, when the weather allows
- Making the most of the Mediterranean flavors and local dishes in the hotel's two restaurants
- Slipping into the indoor pool and sauna for some quiet wind-down time
What To Know
- There's tennis, mini-golf, and evening entertainment to keep you busy
- Sunbeds are plenty, but come early to get the best spots
- It's a short walk to the strip, where all the restaurants, bars and clubs are
- Can be noisy at night; light sleepers should bring earplugs
For a low-key beach break in Spain’s Canary Islands, head to Tenerife, the largest island of this popular archipelago. Here, you’ll find sandy beaches, volcanic landscapes and competitive watersports, plus a buzzy nightlife scene. At Hotel Troya in Costa Adeje, you’re well placed to take advantage of both the island’s natural and man-made attractions.
Guest rooms are a colorful mix of comfortable amenities, tropical hues and an overall refreshing design. The hotel’s two restaurants continue the Mediterranean flavor, with fresh fish, seafood and local dishes taking pride of place. Should you get tired of strolling the sand, lose a delightful few hours in the hotel’s indoor pool and sauna, throw yourself around the tennis court, or get competitive at mini-golf or in the gym. There’s also evening entertainment galore.
How to Get There
We stayed in TroyA staff very helpful we had our room changed as was I bit noisy from other hotel was given room at front with beautiful sea view rooms were clean food was good overall had a goodsweeks holida
Be careful what you wish for. On arrival I was a little underwhelmed as the rooms and facilities were a little tired looking. That said the two men on reception were very helpful throughout stay. I agree with some of the comments that every little touch that’s usually free in other 4 stars incurs an extra charge. Plus points hotel is in a good location next to Troya beach and has nice sea views. Rooms on front can be noisy due to Veronicas but we slept ok. Cleaning is a bit schizophrenic some days room was cleaned well with fresh towels several days they forgot clean towels. Personally I don’t think the food was that bad most nights we found something to eat. Lunch time was best as we were All inclusive and few people eating so staff very attentive. Dinner is served to suit the Spanish So is from 6-9.30 so as long as you pick time it’s not too bad. Breakfast is utter bedlam no matter what time we went always had trouble getting a table and cups etc. Very much Spanish clientele which was fine it’s mainly a Spanish hotel -very few English channels on TV. Worst thing going back to point one. The hotel was supposed to start refurbishment in April. On our third day a JCB and workmen turned up and were drilling every day next to pool. So building noise every day which Jet 2 have in fairness remunerated us on. I think once the hotel is refurbished it will be worthy of 4 stars. Most of the staff were very good but they should have just closed the hotel once the work started.
Great Sea front Location. Reception staff very friendly and helpful. Bedroom (433) clean and fresh with a nice sea view.
Restaurant staff pleasant and kept very busy with all the guests with the majority of them being Spanish. This was not a problem to us at all, and if it would be for you, perhaps you should try.... Blackpool.?
We have just recently returned from this hotel after staying in room 235. They claim that this hotel is 4 STAR which is absolutely rediculous. We arrived here at approx 10pm on the 7th March with a rush check in where we had to sign 3 pieces of paper with no explanation to what we were signing and given our room card. We got to our room and unpacked and had a quick look round. We always check the sheets to check the bedding is clean only to find hairs on bedding. The bathroom door was smashed at the bottom, some how hairs stuck to the door, and the bath had rust all round it. This wasn't the worst thing, the food in the hotel is awful and we ended up having to eat out most of the nights after one awful incident. ATTACHED is a picture of almost raw chicken the chef has live cooked. I had a couple of mouthfuls and was nearly sick when i relised it tasted lke jelly. I grabbed the first waiter I could see and showed him. He said something to the waiter in Spanish a quick sorry to me and my partner and that was it. I wanted to have it out with the STAFF AND REP but didn't want it to spoil our holiday. I WOULD STRONGLY RECOMMEND AVOIDING THIS HOTEL.
Stayed at Troya hotel for 2weeks, no way was it anyway near a 4* hotel .
That said the room was ok with a large bathroom, which did need upgrading.no fridge ,the air con didn’t work and ants in the room.
The room was cleaned daily and I must say the cleaners work non stop, but that said tha bathroom and patio doors were filthy, don’t know when the last time they were cleaned.
The towels provided were shabby with holes in them.
Tha bar was shut for work during our second week and moved outside, ( no mention ofthis at time of booking)as our balcony was directly above the stage we couldn’t open the door the music was so loud.
The pool area is shabby with broken tiles , sun beds are dirty and old.
We had to pay 6 euros a day for parking on top of the cost of the holiday which wasn’t cheap.
Talking to other guests apparently it’s open your wallet time as soon as you walk through the doors, everything has a price tag.
The only things that where decent was the food and location.
Would I stay again, definitely not, there’s plenty more good 4* hotels in this area.