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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
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A Canary Islands retreat with indoor and outdoor pools, a tennis court and evening entertainment – includes sea-view and all-inclusive options

The Lowdown

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

Hotel Troya
Avenida Rafael Puig Lluvina, 2
Tenerife, Spain


4.0 Very Good 2075 Reviews
Ideal location
Reviewed 4 hours ago

Spent a week with wife and friends
Location brill went halfboard food normal hotel food with plenty of choice
Room nice cleaned every day but would upgrade room to have larger balcony
Drinks little pricey but plenty of choice outside only thing did not like was the card system to pay for items and you pay later evening meal restraut does get full

Good Hotel
Reviewed 12 hours ago

The Hotel Troya is in a very central location. On the right, you have Costa Adeje, and on the left Playa De Las Américas. Across the road, there is a lovely sandy beach. There is a small supermarket right next door which is good for your essentials and snacks for the room. The staff at the reception are friendly and accommodating, and will help where they can. We paid for a superior room with a sea view and stayed in room 526. It had a lovely view of the beach and sea. The room itself, however, was small and basic. The air con didn’t work and you could hear all the music from the clubs ‘till 3-4am coming in through the French doors on the Balcony. The food in the hotel wasn’t fantastic and is mostly food that appealed to the Germans or French guests. We stayed on a half board basis, breakfast and dinner but the hotel allowed you to swap lunch to dinner if you wanted. Some of the staff in the dinner hall were very rude, we found 2 men in particular to be very rude. Over all, I would come again, but would only stay as a bed and breakfast basis.

great location ends there tho.
Reviewed 6 days ago

just back after 1 week in hotel troya december 2018,rooms are very basic had to get reception to move us rooms after 2nd day.room was crawling with fleas.had to rent kettle for 15 euro for a week went out and bought 1 for 10 euros also had to rent fridge and safe if u wanted one total rip off.guys at reception didnt even ask where fleas were or come and see them as if they have heard it all before.at dinner guy comes round with card scanner to scan your room card for drinks wife payed nearly 6 euro for small bottle cola,u pay your bill at end day or end your stay.found staff to be rude when approched with issues.sun bed by the pool were cover in pidgeon droppings dont think sun beds have ever been hosed down very dirty and pideons were a issue to.

Not worth the money
Reviewed 1 week ago

Currently at hotel troya in the pictures room looked really nice when we arrived for our week stay yesterday we went into the room and it looked basic which isn’t really a big deal but after paying £1,500 for a couple holiday then to notice a lock on the Fridge so you need to pay to use a fridge in your own room you paid a lot of money for you also need to pay for a safe in your room & also air condition in my room is very poor, room is roasting, went down to talk to reception they told me talk to rep if you have a problem I asked where is the rep they said they didn’t know (not helpful at all the guy was rude) very very poor for a 4 star hotel, breakfast was poor as well. Got 6 more days here and I hate the room so far. The Spa & location of hotel is decent and pool area seems decent. Room is like a sauna.

Reviewed 1 week ago

the hotel was excellent throughoutour stay. It is a great location opposite the beach and has easy access to both las Americas and Adeje. The staff were pleasant and friendly. Only one person, who set and cleared tables was not very pleasant each time we encountered him, so we tried not to!The Christmas decorations especially on the drive were exceptional and better than the rest in the area. Our room overlooked it so it was a bonus.