ClubHotel Riu Buena Vista – All Inclusive
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
With a stay at ClubHotel Riu Buena Vista – All Inclusive in Adeje (Playa Paraiso), you’ll be close to Golf Costa Adeje. This 4-star hotel is within the vicinity of Plaza del Duque Shopping Center and Barranco del Infierno Trail.
Make yourself at home in one of the 509 air-conditioned guestrooms. Rooms have private balconies. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and in-room child care (surcharge).
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Dip into one of the 2 outdoor swimming pools or enjoy other recreational amenities including an outdoor tennis court and a fitness center. This hotel also features wireless Internet access (surcharge), gift shops/newsstands, and a hair salon.
Food & Drink
This hotel is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities.
Satisfy your appetite at one of the hotel’s 2 restaurants. Relax with a refreshing drink from a poolside bar or one of the 2 bars/lounges.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
We had two interconnecting rooms. Our 17 year old slept in the living area but it had a proper bed and his own toilet and washbasin. We had a lovely large room and both rooms had balconies. You had to go through son's room to get to our room. He struggled with the bed but once a topper was put onto it was fine. Food was some of the best vegetarian food I have had once I had got to grips with labelling system. Says what ingredients are in the food for those with allergies but does not say if it vegetarian as well. Special thanks to Paula for her assistance. Also the catering team for a really good choice of vegetarian food. Really enjoyed the aqua zumba. Edwardo was really entertaining and son enjoyed the wide range of activities from water polo to foot tennis. We went to see one of the shows Alice meets Disney and really enjoyed it. There are some talented dancers and singers within the Entertainment and Animation team. We enjoyed going down to the restaurant overlooking the sea. The only issue I had was the Wifi. Normally it is free in public areas and you pay for it in your rooms. I would have been happy with that situation. I am sure it is something that the hotel is going to address with the major refurbishment. Receptionists and towel assistants were exceptionally helpful when we had an incident. My son had an issue with his phone going missing as he had wrapped it in a beach towel whilst he went for a swim and it had disappeared when we came back. He was lucky to find it in the luggage room. Also I have never come across guests setting their alarms for 5.30 am to get a sunbed. There were lots of pool rules displayed on signs and some were ignored by the guests. Private beach is great for snorkelling son found some sea urchins which now reside in my box of shells. Special thanks to our cleaner who kept the place immaculately clean (Room D301). Would consider going back to this hotel but would be interested to see what else RIu has to offer as they are a big chain.
The room was lovely,a large balcony,settee and separate bedroom.After a night of no sleep as the bed was so uncomfortable,the springs were visible,I complained at reception they said I could have a mattress topper,this was rectified very quickly. When we returned to the room we noticed that the foam topper was approximately 10 inches wider than the mattress,which wasn’t ideal but okay,better than sleeping on springs. The bath rail was also hanging off the wall, the room did need updating.The pool area was lovely on first impressions but during the week we found lots of broken tiles in and around the pool,the pool was quite dirty too. All week we had kango,breaking the floor up in a room,continuous banging,this started about 9.30am and lasted until 5.45pm.on the 6th day of our holiday it was so loud we couldn’t even read or hear each other,I saw red and complained to our tui rep,she was extremely helpful,we spoke to the manager who said he couldn’t do anything about the noise.Basically we felt we stayed a week on a building site, in a hotel which needed updating and repairing, we have since been told that the hotel is being renovated next year.
We have just stayed at the Riu Buenavista for a week from 6th to 13 September.
We went with our sister and brother in law all in our 60.
We were supposed to be going to Crete with tui but the last minute they changed our flight from Birmingham to Manchester.
We had booked a car park, hotel and executive lounge at Birmingham airport at a cost of £320.00 but tui would not give us any compensation and couldn’t get refunds with any of the companies. So we had to change our holiday form Crete to Tenerife.
We arrived at the Riu Buenavista and were allocated 2 rooms on 7th floor overlooking the pools with fabulous sea views, next door to each other. Brilliant !!
The rooms were very large and comfortable with comfy beds, 2 bathrooms and lovely large balconies. The views are fabulous. There is a free safe in the room.
The food at the Riu Buenavista was lovely and the drinks of good quality.
The staff were lovely and really helpful especially the bar people.
A nice walk around the hotel.
The beach bar, which you had to book with reception, for Italian Asian or Canarian nights needs some attention. The Asian night and the Italian nights were lovely. There is no bar in this beach bar. You get jugs of wine and water at the table. It is buffet service which we like. It does lack atmosphere and is little like a school canteen.
There is no WiFi in this hotel, it can be purchased but does not work very well and only around the pool areas. It is also expensive. A 4 star Riu should have WiFi through out the hotel.
The entertainment was ok
Singers most nights some bad some good.
Then the salon bar opens at 10 for magic shows disco etc we can’t comment as we did not go there.
The hotel is being refurbished next year to a cost of 30 million.
If they put WiFi in,sorted the beach bar restaurant out and some work in the rooms it would be better.
The 1 life guard at the 2 swimming pools was very annoying with his petty rules. He seemed to make them up as he went along and loved blowing his whistle. Come on Riu if you put signs up then stick to the rules on it, don’t just pick on some people!!!!!
The sun beds are, as always in a Riu far too close together, it plenty of them and lovely soft pool towels with no deposit.
The daytime entertainment team were very friendly and happy. one of the team could not stop blowing his whistle at all,he needs to loose it.
The Riu Buenavista is in a lovely setting and we did have a fabulous holiday, as previously said it is getting refurbished but then I would expect the price to increase. We would then be paying for what should already be there in a 4* hotel.
We would love to return to the Riu Buenavista but not sure we will be able to afford it.
Thanks very much for our lovely stay.