Rated 5 out of 5 by Phil123 Overall a good resort hotel
Stayed at the Sheraton Adeje for 7 nights over Easter and in all it is a good resort hotel. Good restaurants, easy distance from airport, plenty of loungers around the 2 pools and the Club Lounge facilities are excellent. Would definitely return for another visit.
April 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by tigermanJohn Super Hotel - lovely location
Chose Sheraton at La Caleta as looking for sunshine and quality break-Sheraton did the business! Excellent hotel first class staff comfortable room - met all requirements. My only observation would be that my wife and I did not wish to have a fixed price three course meal every night and so would have been good to have had the option of a lighter meal at a lesser price as an option such as that provded at the Italian pool restaurant - unfortunately this closed at 5.30 p.m. Appreciate that of course the hotel caters for high level of business clients with requirements that differ from those of us choosing the hotel for a holiday!! However fully recommend - an excellent quality hotel.
May 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Redflyer We return annually
Having stayed in various hotels in the Costa Adeje area we find this one the most acceptable to us, due to the cost/benefit ratio. The building is well maintained and the staff efficient and friendly. We will certainly look to go there again in Winter next year. However, the staff seriously need training in tea making.
December 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sinead Cant wait to go back !!
This hotel is simply fabulous!
Beautifully maintained, rooms & grounds, pool area immaculate. staff simply wonderful, in particular Theresa & the girls in the kids club. We had a fabulous , relaxing time & cannot wait to go back.
July 16, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Vetri Great Place, Great People and Great Food
Had been here for a week with the family and the hotel, the location, the food and the staff in general (Other than Concierge) were brilliant. The Concierge staff were useless and otherwise, the hotel is filled with best services. The SPG recognition is great. Special mention to the kitchen staff, the chef can go normally beyond the call of duty to impress you. I tried all three restaurants and they are cool.
January 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Philip55 A very relaxing, upscale experience
If you like resort-style hotels but don't like crowds of people, cramped rooms, hectic eating facilities and too many goings-on this is the one for you!
This is a very spacious property with a very open feel about it throughout. All the rooms are spacious and so are all the public areas and facilties. And that is the most important feature of the hotel which makes it stand out.
The highlight is the main pool area with surrounding sundecks and gardens - simply wonderful. No shortage of good quality sunbeds here and you can have plenty of personal space as, unlike many similar hotels, the beds aren't lined up in rows right close to each other. They have recently begun supplying mattresses for the sunbeds - a fantastic addition which increases their level of comfort even more.
The hotel staff are very professional, polite and attentive without being at all intrusive, which is what I like.
The location of the hotel is also very good - in a newly developed area of the coastline far away from the more lively areas of Playa des Las Americas and Los Cristianos. 15 minutes walk away is the quaint fishing village of La Caleta where there are some traditional restaurants. Walk the other way along the Promenade and you can reach the end of Los Cristianos in about 1.5 hours (3 hours roundtrip) - that enables you to see the "other side" of Tenerife and is a perfect activity if you get a cloudy day!
I have only have two criticisms of this hotel. First is the cost of the buffet dinner in the evening (36 Euros per head without drinks) which pretty much forces you to go out as there is wide choice of much cheaper within easy walking distance. Second is not having free Internet throughout the hotel - you can't enjoy your daily internet routine on your handheld devices in your room or around the pool unless you pay for it, which is a great shame in my view; you are forced to go up into the special free internet area called The Link, which is a lot of effort if you only need to send a quick E Mail to Aunty Flo back home! Hopefully both these issues can be addressed by the hotel very soon.
Travel Tip : If you are quite an independent traveller there is a regular local bus service near the hotel which takes you to the Costa Adeje Bus Station from where you can get local buses to a long list of places, including direct to the South and North Airports. It costs 1.45 Euros to the Bus Station and 3.55 Euros from there to the South Airport. There is a Café at the Bus Station where you can buy a "BONO CARD" for 15 Euros which automatically gets you around 30% off all bus fares compared with paying each time with Cash ! Again, the buses are a good option if you get a cloudy day.
Mind you, the level of upscale space and comfort provided by this hotel is so impressive that unless there are clouds you won't want to leave it !
January 17, 2014