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  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
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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

ClubHotel Riu Buena Vista – All Inclusive
Calle Horno, 35
Adeje, 38678 Spain


4.0 Very Good 3388 Reviews
Another amazing stay
Reviewed 4 days ago

We stayed here at the beginning of May. This will be our 3rd time at this resort and again it did not disappoint. The family room is great when travelling with children, as is the extra toilet facilities.

The breakfast here is the best meal of the day, lunch and dinner can become a little repetitive but there is always something to eat and the salad options are good.

The children's entertainment is great and the guys who run the kids club were lovely. They really take the time to get to know your little one, and when there are 5 children all from different nationalities they make sure no one is left out, with their extensive knowledge of languages.

Its clean, quiet and away from the bussel but the free shuttle bus into Playa de Americas for a different day out.

The first 2 days of weather were not great but the last 3 were amazing with the Tenerife sun beating.

We would defiantly go back here it's just unfortunate that the prices sky rocket during the holidays.

Definitely not a 4* hotel!
Reviewed 5 days ago

Recently stayed at this hotel for a week. Having stayed at a number of Riu hotels we booked expecting the same standard, this was unfortunately not the case, definitely the worst Riu hotel experience. We would definitely not rate this hotel a 4*. The biggest let down was the food, couple of examples are ‘pickled chicken’ and brussel sprouts with carrots for breakfast!! We ended up eating out most nights. The snack bar (which is located too far from the hotel) is the worst I’ve ever seen, terrible selection of extremely bland food with dirty plates, knives and forks, not worth the trip. The best snacks are the peanuts and olives you can request from the bar. The beds in the bedrooms are as uncomfortable as the plastic sun beds (no mattress/sunbed liners available). The entertainment (if you can call it that!) is shocking. For seven nights it consisted of a terrible pool terrace live singer and an ever worse show by the animation team held in the dinghy downstairs hall. I’ve stayed at many hotels in tennerife and every one of them has had external entertainment such a tribute acts, magic shows, animal shows etc... every night it was the animation team trying their best to pull something together, bless them, they did try and I credit them but surely the hotel should be hireing some external entertainment that will actually entertain people and give guests something to look forward too each evening? rather than the very amateur low budget entertainment that was on offer, every other hotel manages to hire in the acts which offers variety to guests! The entertainment was not something that could be enjoyed by the family, our children were left confused by some of the acts, to be honest the adults were too!! As others have mentioned, the hotel is in the middle of no where, a taxi to Las Americas will set you back €20 and takes about twenty minutes. The town next to the hotel is very dated, lots of closed down bars and restaurants. The best bar is The Horse Shoe, very child friendly, excellent hospitality and well worth a visit. The hotel does not offer free wi fi, you have to pay for this and its only available within the reception area, no good for kids and I would never expect to pay for WiFi in a ‘4* hotel’.
Without sounding totally negative, the two best things about this hotel are the size of the rooms which have large balcony’s and two bathrooms and the Reception staff, very efficient, polite and always happy to help. I would not recommend this hotel, there are far better standard hotels near by that offer a much higher standard and reflect a true 4* rating.

A week in Riu Beuna Vista
Reviewed 6 days ago

Just got back from a week in Buena Vista from May 13th-21st. Took around 20 minutes to get to the hotel from the airport and check in was nice and smooth. All front desk staff really friendly and helpful.
We arrived late and were very hungry so was nice that the hotel had kept the restaurant open however this consisted of some very hard bread and some fruit which we didnt moan as didnt expect for them to have kept it open for us. You can also get free bottled water from the main reception whenever you like.
Lay out of the hotel is a little confusing at first but once at your room its nice. We had a pool/sea facing view with a large balcony and 2 bathrooms which was great. Beds are hard but staff do offer extra pillows etc if needed.
Food was average, everything you would expect at an all inclusive. Just gets very repetative after a week. Themed restaurant is pretty similar foods to the main restaurant. You have to book for the themed restaurant which we did twice - asian night was lovely with plenty of choice - italian was pretty much the same foods as on offer in the main restaurant.
Hotel is very secluded but there are a couple of shops/restaurants around a 15 minute walk away. Other option is to go into Las Americas which is around 15 minute taxi ride away.
Entertainment team work very hard - plenty of day time activities going on around the pool etc however evening entertainment is really not good. There is a choice of live music outside or a show done by the entertainment team in the inside bar. For a 4 star hotel i would expect a few different magic shows etc other than the entertainment team putting a wig and outfits on and making up the entertainment. This was a big downside for a Riu family hotel.
It states the hotel had a heated pool - this is completely false - there is an inifinity pool which has a lovely view of the sea which is absolutely freezing and a lower pool where all the daytime activities take place including aqua gym which again is freezing cold. Lilos are not allowed in the pool other than for children.
Pretty easy to reserve a sunbed for the day if you are up at 8ish however people seem to put their towels on sunbeds and not actually come out to use them til mid afternoon which was annoying. I would imagine it will be a lot harder to get a sunbed during July/Aug time without getting up at a silly time.
On departure you have to leave your room at 11am and is 50 euros to keep it til later which we decided against. The shower room has to be booked the morning you leave and is on a first come first served basis.
Over all an average hotel, would ratw this hotel at 3 stars myself - probably wouldnt return to this hotel but would return to Tenerife in the future.

Week away with my youngest daughter.
Reviewed 7 days ago

My daughter and I have been to many Riu hotels but feel that the standard is going down. We went for a weeks holiday so my daughter could just have a weeks rest from her busy job. The hotel itself is clean and the staff are very good especially Lucas on the front desk; he is an asset to the company and sorted out our small problem when we arrived. We had booked this hotel because we wanted to sleep in separate rooms, so the lay out of the family rooms with a bedroom, lounge and two bathrooms was idea for us. When we arrived Lucas sorted out very quickly I might add and the maids soon came and moved one of the beds from the bedroom in to the lounge. The beds as other people have said are rock hard. I do not know if we are fussy people but we struggled to find anything to eat. There was NO omelette bar or porridge for breakfast. To be honest I feel very hesitant to book another RUI. The entertainment team worked hard during the days but the evening shows were very amateurish. We will not be returning to this hotel. One good point is the free bottles of water given every day.

Do not go!!
Reviewed 1 week ago

One of the worst holidays we have been on! Freezing cold pool you can get in for 2 seconds then get hyperthermia and have to get out! Food is the same rubbish each day. They have a different restaurant which you have to book but again it's the same food as main restaurant just less selection. Most uncomfortable beds I've ever slept in. My partner has had to sleep on the sofa bed apart from me because they were that uncomfortable! Just what you need when you get away and relax and can't stay in the same bed. Your not allowed to have a lilo in the pool only the children which is ridiculous when it's freezing cold and you don't want to be in the water. Tv is from the 50's tiny box wi5h awful picture so you can't watch tv on your room at all. It's in the middle of nowhere too, it's deceiving when you arrive you think its busy but when you walk out of hotel there is nothing around. The hotels closer to town are a lot nice and definatly worth a visit. Everybody reserves sumbeds first thing but don't come out till midday meaning you can't get a nice seat even though your actually there not just a towel!