Just a short walk from the beach, El Duque teams stylish interiors with 2 big pools.
This place has plenty of style, from its smart marble lobby to its contemporary bedrooms. It also has 2 pools – one of them heated. Theme nights at the buffet restaurant keep the menu fresh.
The hotel is less than 10 minutes’ walk to the manmade, sandy beaches of Playa del Duque, and there’s a little shopping complex right next-door.
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- Lifts: 9, 1 in each building
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Picnics on request. Afternoon tea, coffee & pastries 16.00-17.00. All Inclusive available up until 12 noon on day of departure.
Locally produced alcoholic drinks, soft drinks and hot beverages including beer, sangria, house wine & selected cocktails 11.00-23.00. Beer, wine and soft drinks with lunch and dinner.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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There are two pools, and one is heated all year round.
International buffet restaurant
With themed evenings. Highchairs are available on request and gentlemen are required to wear long trousers for dinner.
The entertainment programme boasts a large variety of activities that changes each week. You can expect quizzes, bingo and cabaret nights.
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studio with balcony
Enriched with light tones, these studio apartments come with a balcony for some extra room outside. You'll also get a lounge area, kitchenette, a sofa-bed, and twin beds.
1 bedroom apartment with pool view and balcony
With natural tones and spacious rooms, these 1 bedroom apartments come with a pool view, and a balcony for some extra room outside. You'll also get a lounge area, kitchenette, an extra bed, and a twin bedroom.
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A great value stay
Just got back from staying for a week at the El Duque in Costa Adeje. The place was spotless, everything so clean from the apartment room to the areas around the pool and restaurant. We were put in a very spacious apartment which had everything you need - comfy bed, self catering facilities and very spacious bathroom. Thee is also a small balcony, we were in I block which got the late sun so was very pleasant when returning to the room. There are 2 pools but we stayed round the busier pool which was lovely and there are well maintained gardens all around the complex. The pool is large and there is a smaller children's pool attached. We were all inclusive and I have to say I certainly never went hungry throughout the holiday. There is a pretty good choice, lots of lovely salad and fresh fruit and all the food was hot. It is not 5* cooking but I was not staying in a 5* hotel. As said, always something to eat and the Paella and Chinese night were probably my favourites. All in all a great value stay and I would definitely go back there again. All of the staff were lovely and helpful and can't do enough for you.More
The place is average
We traveled here as 2 couples. The hotel was in a good location, there was a market across the road once a week. The food wasn't very good. We paid for all inclusive however we ate out every day other than breakfast. The entertainment was pretty bad as well, such as the bird show which they would bring out birds to look at then take away and a lizard show. We ended up going out most nights out for drinks. We did have a good holiday however would not go back again.More
Great hotel, better than most 4* hotels
Great hotel with two nice pools. Cleaning of the rooms was perfect. Enough variation in breakfast, lunch and dinner. Food always warm and fries always crunchy! Friendly staff everywhere. Only disadvantage in my opinion is that there is only one bar, which is outside. In April it can be chilly when the sun goes down... For us this wasn't really a problem; We went most of the time to two local bars; La Flaca and El Lagarto. A real must! More
Bart C, 3641014
Spent a week all inclusive in April. On the whole it was a lovely week. Its about 15 minutes walk to beach where there are loads of bars and restaurants. The hotel itself is very clean and the staff very polite and willing to help. There are 2 nice pools and 1 bar(although the other bar only opens during the summer). The drinks were nice as was the food although as other people have said it does get a bit "samey" after a few days. There was always a decent choice but the choice seemed to stay the same! The big negatives in the restaurant were that the coffee was terrible and the juice from the machine was also watered down. They were also very quick to clear your plates virtually as soon as the last fork full of food touched your lips! The cleaning of the rooms was everyday and very good though. The rooms were a bit dated but a good size and had everything you need and very clean. The hotel is in a good location and near lots of shops.For the money i wouldnt hesitate going again although i might not go all inclusive. It would have been handy if the bar was open earlier(to get water and soft drinks) and also thought stopping drinks at 11 was poor as i was on holiday!!! More
One Week All Inclusive Holiday - 13th - 20th April 2016
Myself and my Mum have just come back from a weeks stay in the Aparthotel El Duque and whilst we had a lovely week, there are a few points I would like to share. All inclusive finishes at 12.00 on the day of your departure, we paid an extra 10 Euros each to extend this to 18.00 as we took a late flight. This means that you are not getting the whole 7 days all inclusive. Drinks in the Caribe Bar are served from 11.00 to 23.00 on the all inclusive package, but reception failed to inform us that we could buy drinks for an extra hour. The bar and restaurant do not accept cash, you have to organise a payment card, which again reception failed to let us know. The bar staff are very friendly and helpful and do their best to remember what you are drinking! We were upgraded to a one bedroom apartment, which was basic but very clean and again the cleaners took pride in their work and were very friendly. We did make the mistake of thinking we had a kettle, but it never boiled any water, so luckily we had a pan. The food in the restaurant was very varied, but did get very repetitive and was not very hot, we did eat out on a few nights. The tables were cleared away very quickly. This hotel is not located near the beach, it is around a 20 minute walk at best and it is very hilly. It is worth walking down to the beach though to have a look. We did venture on the buses to Los Cristianos and Los Gigantes, but reception did not hold a timetable and so we discovered the routes and numbers for ourselves. We had a lovely holiday but for us if guests are made aware of all this information on their first day, they would enjoy their stay that little bit more. The entertainment on the evening was the biggest disappointment for me and my mum, very limited and only on for 45 minutes. It did get slightly better and less bemusing as the week went on, but not what we expected. We booked with First Choice/ThomsonMore
Kay D, 186338
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