Guests in need of some pampering will take pleasure in the luxurious outdoor pool and the spa where you will experience the benefits of wellbeing in the sauna or with massage treatments, leaving your stress behind. This hotel is also perfect for families and keen golf enthusiasts with a children’s club and pool and only a stones throw away from the golf course, all from the comfortable base of a spacious family room.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
This stylish pick enjoys a superb location, overlooking one of South Tenerife's most picture-perfect bays. Equally suited to couples and families, the Vincci is ideal for those seeking a chilled-out break - and with a wide range of shops and restaurants nearby, it's great for a spot of exploration too.
How far is the nearest beach?
The hotel is next to a volcanic sand beach.
Distance from Airport
The hotel is 7.5km by road from Tenerife South Airport, and 72km from Tenerife North Airport.
The hotel’s Double Rooms offer premium furnishings and fresh pops of colour, perfect for relaxing in stylish surroundings. Each with an en-suite bathroom and a furnished balcony, the rooms offer a wide range of amenities, including air conditioning, satellite TV and a free-to-use safe. Further features include a minibar, telephone and hairdryer, with Wi-Fi offered for a local charge.
If you’re in the mood for an extra touch of luxury, a range of room upgrades are additionally available – from Superior Double Rooms with dedicated lounge areas, to Junior Suites with spectacular sea views.
Food & Drink
The spacious restaurant is a buffet-style venue, showcasing a range of local and international dishes. There’s also a beverage bar in the lobby area, perfect for enjoying an after-dinner cocktail.
Sports & Entertainment
The striking swimming pool enjoys a prime position by the seafront, and is surrounded by plenty of cosy loungers. The relaxation continues at the Nammu Áreas Spa, which features a sauna, steam room and luxury treatment menu – or, to pick up the pace, there’s an on-site gym and sports court
Built in 2005 by Dave Thomas, this young golf course on Tenerife is certainly a masterpiece. Beautifully set, with a creek and several lakes that turn into obstacles, it offers 18 holes of interesting play with a total elevation of nearly 300 metres. Undulating and elevated greens challenge the player. The course also organises an annual pro am event in the spring.
The Amarilla course is particularly impressive, set as it is against the volcanic and fairly barren landscape of southern Tenerife. British architect Donald Steel was tasked with creating the world’s best golf course and it’s truly a joy to play, thanks to the freedom of choice in shot that each hole offers. Top tip: The signature hole is the short but spectacular Par 3 hole number 5: teeing off from one cliff, the ocean itself becomes the fairway and must be crossed to the green on the next cliff, converting the short distance into a major obstacle.
Buenavista Golf is an 18 hole course that was designed by Severiano Ballesteros and opened in October 2003. A location in the north-west of Tenerife creates spectacular views thanks to its proximity to the Teno mountains on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other. The outstanding holes are closer to the coast and players are challenged by hitting the ball along the coastline, though hopefully not into the wide blue yonder. Top tips: Pay particular attention to the 5 holes on the coastline on windy days, as sea breezes can knock you a little off balance. Particular highlights are holes 9 and 18, which are connected by a waterfall that feeds an ornamental lake.
This outstanding course is situated in the heart of Playa de Las Américas, one of the most important tourist centres in the South of Tenerife, and was designed by John Jacobs. The course is noted for its excellent standards of maintenance and is widely regarded as a pure joy to play, except in windy conditions, when the water obstacles present a far more serious challenge. Golf Las Américas is a championship 18 hole par 72 course with an overall length of 6.051 meters (6.617 yards) with lakes, rivers and ravines meandering throughout the course. Top tip: The ninth hole runs downhill with a right angle dogleg to a large elevated green, offering a good chance for a birdie even for relative newbies to the sport.
Designed by the internationally recognised Spanish architect José Gancedo, this 27 hole course opened in 1998. Thanks to a design that takes advantage of the naturally-ocurring characteristics of the land and landmarks from its former use as a banana plantation, the course is challenging but fair. Players enjoy amazing views over to La Gomera island and large, fast greens that are challenging to read. Top tip: This is a very popular course with fast rounds, and advanced booking is essential in the main season from September to March. Holes are quite long, making this a great choice for long hitters.
This 27 hole project with three 9-hole courses was designed by José Gancedo and Manuel Piñero and sits on the south east coast of the island. In all playable combinations, the courses add up to Par 72. Since its opening in 1987, it has been venue for international PGA tournaments and also long-hitter Karl Woodward’s world record shot of 408 yards in 1999. The undulating course has wide fairways and elevated greens, with striking black volcanic sand bunkers and some tricky water hazards. All the courses require precise shots but the imaginative concept offers a lot of fun, beautiful views and the feeling of being in a naturally-occurring oasis thanks to preservation of natural flora and fauna around the course.
Real Club de Golf de Tenerife
Tenerife’s oldest golf course is also known as El Peñon and opened in 1932. It is situated in the northwestern part of the island, on an elevation with scenic views down to the Atlantic. Its 18 holes offer a challenging 5750 yards of play with a 300m elevation, and are known for their natural obstacles and challenging complications. The highlights are probably the rather long Par 5s of the course. Top tip: Hole 4 "El Radiador" is regarded as the most difficult, due to being out of bounds on the left and having a ravine with a lateral water hazard on the right. The best option is to play slightly to the left in order to hit a straight path to the green.