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Iberostar Anthelia

5.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Have only been back 5 days and am missing it already. Absolutely fabulous hotel which I believe has just been renovated. We had a spotlessly clean room onto the gardens with a wonderful walk-in shower room and 2 fabulous shower options. Restaurants were great with a huge choice in the Zeus (buffet) restaurant. Could go on and on but I think you will get anything further from all the other reviews (ignoring the review of the Russian guest - I think he must have been at some other hotel as the staff were more than helpful and always had time for a chat and a smile!).

My wife and I have recently returned from a 10 night stay at the Anthelia and would like to say that this is a first class hotel. All the staff work hard to make sure the holiday makers have a great stay. The cleaning is excellent as also are the garden and pool areas. There is a wide choice of high quality food that will suit everyones taste. We would definately return. Many Thanks

This is the first time I got disappointed by a 5 star hotel with a 5 star rating on TripAdvisor. Literally myself and my wife picked this hotel because of its rating and proximity to the sea. We have booked standard double room, got in touch with hotel, provided our arrival time. First impression is the most important one, so when we arrived the guys at reception... they just don't smile... like myself... like Russians, but even I star to smile during vacation, reception guys don't... they are all busy faces, doing the job right. Five minutes till the welcoming drinks arrive. Full payment in advance, that's our rule. Wow... Five star hotel, you have my credit card, but who knows... Room Aida 307 Well that's another story. Renovated. See the picture. First time in my life I see a 5 star hotel have toilet/bath zone combined with living room. Small toilet and shower cell, it is not room, it is basically a cell. You would expect marble or nature like materials on the walls - not this time my friend - plastic is the way to go. Nature friendly? I doubt. Sometimes you feel like ok, it is a small but cozy room. Not this time. It is very fit room, a room where you try to fit everything, but it doesn't... Would you like a fridge above your workplace, or a coffee machine right next to your laptop? We at Iberostar Anthelia make your wish come true. No working space, literally. Cleaning No matter if you hang out "Please clean my room" sign or not the magic will not happen. They will arrive on their own schedule, so if you happen to visit shower twice a day and go to the pool ask for an extra towel right away. Restaurants Here I have to applause. One of the things that kept me from canceling the payment to hotel and moving out to hotel I previously visited (Riu Palace) was restraunt. It is grand. Everything you want, they make it smiling. First 5 star thing in this hotel. Facilities They are OK. 3 pools - not so big, not so small, two of them are heated, one with sea water. Live music at the bar every night. Show programms. Hotel is green and the birds are signing at Aida pool. Nice. Overally 3 star hotel after renovation for standard double room. 4.5 star on facilities. 5 star restraunt. If you are big food fan like myself consider it. If you don't - forget this place for the money they ask.

My husband and me have been there some days this month. It's been a wonderful experience. Specially, I have to give the best grade to Reception and Animation Team!! The attention to consumers of both and the shows were amazing.

Situated on the sea front overlooking playa fanabe in Costa Adeje, the hotel is ideally placed. Adjacent is Plaza de Duque which is an exclusive shopping centre. The grounds are extensive, beautifully laid out with three main swimming pools , two heated and two other childrens pools, one of which is in the childrens play area.

A first class hotel in a fantastic location. With only one exception the staff were attentive, friendly and polite. We have never seen a wider choice at breakfast. A large hotel but with an extensive footprint it never felt crowded. Plenty of super comfortable sun beds and choice of pools with waiter service throughout the day. We encountered a problem with noise from our neighbours early one morning and upon raising this with management the next morning they swiftly and without hassle moved us to a fabulous alternative room. They really know how to deal with a complaint which cemented our plans to return, something we have never done before. We had a sandwich from the pool bar one lunchtime which was really poor, we wouldn’t eat there again, but couldn’t be bothered to share this feedback at the time. In conclusion, a great spot to relax amongst like minded people, we can’t wait to come back.

Just back from 6 nights at this lovely hotel. From the Cava and hot face towels while you check in, to the service throughout the week, the staff could not have been better. The location was perfect for us with a gate straight out onto the seafront walkway. Turn left and you are in the livelier part of this area with loads of relatively cheap places to eat, turn right and you are in a much quieter upmarket location. The hotel was spotless and breakfast of good quality. There were free activities every day and an evening show if thats your thing. The whole hotel grounds give a relaxing feel. Complimentary ice creams and fruit were offered at the poolside some days, and there was no questioning the size of the drinks measures delivered in the bars. Two minor criticisms would be that the room walls seemed a little thin, so noisy neighbours could be a problem, and the onsite restaurants all book up quickly, but there is a massive choice at great value just a stroll along the seafront.

We had a room in Elektra on the second floor facing the garden and sea (although the latter has partly hidden by the trees in the garden). From our welcome at check-in through to our departure the staff were excellent. Our room was well-maintained by housekeeping and the turn down service offered an opportunity to ask for extra towels or whatever. We used the heated pool at the rear of our hotel block. The lifeguard was always helpful and the aqua sessions - aqua spinning and aqua gym - were entertaining and fun. The breakfast buffet could not be faulted and again the staff were attentive and helpful. Do not expect a traditional 'full English' but instead try the wide range of fruit, pastries, savouries and freshly cooked omelettes etc. Breakfast is served in the Zeus Restaurant and we also enjoyed two evening meals at the same venue; again the choice of meals was extensive with special mention for the desserts. In our experience everything about the hotel was 5 star.

Great service, I have been here on a few holidays with family and friends, all of which has exceptional service. Fantastic food, facilities and right next to the beach! The entertainment team each year have always been fun and not too in your face when you just want to relax. The food is my favorite part of the whole resort, even the food at the buffet is impeccable, always fresh and doesn’t taste like warm as if it’s been sat there a life time. Some of the station they make the food fresh in front of you exactly how you like it, the steak is to die for! Only downfall is the main pool is salt water, which is down to personal preference as my eyes always sting!

This is our 3rd time staying here and have had lovely holidays here, as always it is a very clean hotel. We had booked all inclusive for the 1st time as we normally do 1/2 board. When we booked the travel agent said all drinks, snacks and meals were all included, on arriving at the hotel the receptionist said all meals, snacks, beers and soft drinks were free but all spirits were 50% off ,this is not all inclusive and staff need to clarify this as branded spirits being 50% off and local spirits are free which we have since found out on our return home. We had taken my disabled Dad with us and when we arrived we asked if we could use a wheelchair to take him to the room, he can walk with sticks but knowing the size of the hotel we wanted to get him to his room as quickly as possible, we told the staff he had been unwell on the flight over. I was told they only have wheelchairs for "emergencies only", I told them I only wanted to use it to get him to his room, and that it could be brought straight back, eventually they agreed and we had another 1/2 hour wait till they found this "emergency wheelchair ", in which time my Dad had fallen asleep in the reception area - not quite sure what the hotel would do if they did have an emergency, think this needs looking into!! The rooms had been refurbished and on arrival looked really nice, we had asked for an adapted room for my Dad so the doors were wider and a rail in the shower but I'm not quite sure what else was adapted. Not sure who designed the rooms but there was a bedside table on 1 side of the bed and a tiny shelf on the other side where there was plenty of room to fit another bedside table, there was no mirror in the room only in the bathroom and if you had a shower there was no fan in the bathroom so you had to wait for the room to become clear of the steam before you could use the mirrors.The shower had no shelf or hole in the wall where you could put shampoo, conditioner, etc, so that had to go on the floor, again not the easiest thing for my Dad to bend down, pick up and keep his balance. The shower itself wet through the bathroom floor and the bathrooms have smooth tiles which makes it very dangerous. There is no radiator or rack to hang your towels on so they could dry which meant every single day we put our towels on the floor to have dry ones as they were soaking wet, I would normally keep them a couple of days then have them changed, surely it would be cheaper for the hotel it install something suitable in the bathrooms to hang towels on to dry and save on the washing? There was a coffee making machine in the room, as I don't drink coffee I rang the reception to ask for a kettle and some tea bags, just to be told the tea bags would be 3 euros each, even though we were supposed to be all inclusive, so we went down to the supermarket and bought a box of PG Tips for just over 1 euro. Every morning at breakfast without fail the water in the machine for hot drinks ran out, we had to ask and wait for jugs of boiling water to be brought out so we could make a cup of tea. Sadly we feel our time is up to come back to this hotel and will be looking for another one to stay in on our next visit to Tenerife.

Londres, 15 Adeje Tenerife

Hotel highlights

  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Located in Costa Adeje, Iberostar Anthelia is adjacent to Plaza del Duque Shopping Center and within a 10-minute stroll of El Duque Beach. This 365-room, 5-star resort has 2 outdoor pools along with a full-service spa and 4 restaurants. On the beach, the resort is also close to Los Cristianos Beach and Gran Sur Shopping Center.


Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM. There are multiple options for onsite dining with 4 restaurants, including Poseidon, which specializes in local cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service.


Iberostar Anthelia's 365 rooms are air-conditioned and provide balconies, minibars, and safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs with satellite channels. Beds are dressed in Frette Italian sheets and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Phones are also available.

Property features

Guests of Iberostar Anthelia have access to a full-service spa, 2 outdoor pools, and a children's pool. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with dry cleaning or laundry, and answer any questions about the area. Other amenities at this beach resort include a fitness center, a spa tub, and a steam room.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

92.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 2773 reviews