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
Although we enjoyed our holiday and it was our second time at the hotel we did have a few problems. The staff were mostly fine, the food was nice but a bit repetitive. The shows were good but the same 3 singers were the for 2 hours every night singing the same songs. Nothing for kids like there was last year
We stayed here for a week from 8th September, the hotel is absolutely lovely , the location is great . The sad thing is that the food is awfull, thankfully we was only half board so ate out everyday and the entertainment is really sad, The only good night was the tennors singing they were fantastic. Some people complained about the noise at night but that was not a problem, just close your patio door.
Great hotel, good choice of food whether breakfast or evening meals. Plenty of room in the restaurant, plenty of staff. Room clean coffee machine but extra coffee at a cost, no kettle which is probably the only downfall so take a travel kettle with your own tea bags. Lovely view of the sea from our room. Close to shops, restaurants, bars and a sea front train. Quite lively to the right of the hotel quieter to the left but hotel tuck away just enough to be quiet at night.
I have allready recommended your hotel to my friends who are looking to next year to.book I found your hotel is really good that’s why I’ve had three holiday there it’s close to beech which we like we like to swim in the sea every morning and then back to the pool in hotel and entertainment like boules
Excellent location on the sea front with plenty of bars & restaurants close by. Food very good with plenty of choice. Rooms good all with a side view of the sea. As I have mobility problems the swimming pool was excellent for me as it had steps with rail into the pool. If you didn't want to leave the hotel after your evening meal, there was entertainment on every night from 8pm until after 11pm.