ClubHotel Riu Buena Vista

When it comes to sea views, this hotel doesn’t miss a trick – the 2 pools and themed restaurant soak them up.

This hotel is in a quiet spot with a mini-beach a few steps away. The courtesy bus makes regular trips to Playa de las Americas – and from there it’s a 5-minute walk to Siam Park, Tenerife’s famous waterpark.

The 2 big pools really make the most of the sea views. One of the pools is an infinity number, too. On the food front, there’s a buffet restaurant plus a snack bar that changes to a themed place at night.

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get


Full Board buffet meals. Snacks.


Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, until 24.00.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Outdoor pool

This pool hosts all the water activity sports. There's a life guard and the pool is heated in winter, plus a water fountain at the edge.

Buffet restaurant

Offering Continental breakfast, lunch and snacks, also includes a self service drinks counter.

Riu daytime activity programme

Meet by the pool for a range activities. For example those who are interested in the local cuisine there are tortilla, paella and sangria demonstrations.

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twin room with mountain view

Twin room with mountain view sleeps 2, with a mini-fridge.

twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 2 - can be sold as a single, with a mini-fridge.

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very nice hotel

We have just come home after a lovely week first time in tenerife and we will be coming back .hotel was fantastic staff was just outstanding ,food lovely ,room was just what we needed very quiet sea and mounting views .went for nice walks each day . Room number a613 when we come back would like the same room stunning viewsMore

amydust, all

lovely hotel - food not so good

We stayed here for a week in October for a last minute get away - the hotel setting is lovely although the area is quite quiet and you need to use the free shuttloe bus or taxi to get to Las Americas. Our first night of all inclusive when we arrived was very disappointing - I know we checked in late (due to the coach not being there at the airport) but we were assured by reception that food was available. we got down to the restaurant to find trays of left over salad, left out cheese, stale bread rolls and lots of flies! No hot food was available at all and no hot drinks. We complained to our rep the next day and she said she would talk to the manager. This took all week to sort out but eventually I spoke to Jose and Melissa on reception who agreed we could keep our wristband and room until our check out on the final night. BEWARE.. if you are due to check out at 11am in the morning and your flight is not until later that night, the all inclusive finishes at check out unless you pay another 50 euros for food! You lose your room and can book to use a shower room for a maximum of 30 minutes per family - this is a real cheek. Due to the issue we had, we were allowed to keep the room and wristbands but others did not. the hotel pool was FREEZING! the buffet food was ok but not a brilliant variety and the front restaurant turned into a themed one each night although we only ever saw it advertised as Canarian or Italian food, both of which could also be had in the main buffet - there was no difference!!! The room and hotel were kept spotlessly clean and the room was tastefully decorated although my Husband and I laughed on the first night with the two single beds pushed together that were on wheels - every time you moved, the bed moved with you! it felt like you were on a giant skateboard!More

gmfanBirmingham, birmingham

Happy hotel with great staff

This was our second visit to the Buena Vista and it has changed very little. Having stayed before we were aware of the better rooms and our early emailed request for one was successful. Good start! 705B had a great view and roomy balcony. The restaurant has an outside section which gives a longer walk to the buffet but was preferable to the busy indoor area. The food was good and there was always something that we liked to eat. Sweets lacked a bit of imagination with stewed banana featuring heavily. The pool was busy all through our stay and sunbeds were being grabbed from 6.30. Plenty of activities provided by the animation team if that was what you wanted. Evening entertainment was mixed with professional artists on only a couple of nights. The main entertainment was provided by the animation team with some dubious sketches on one night in particular. There was always live music for dancing in the lounge. Overall the hotel is great for familes with children up to teenage well catered for. The older generation may find it difficult with lots of stairs, steep paths to the seafront bar and long walk to the town. The Buena Vista's main asset is it's staff. Without exception they are happy and helpful and give great service regardless of the pressure they are under. Vany, incharge of the fried eggs in the retaurant, always had a smile and a cheerful greeting. A good way to start your day.More

Brian C, Accrington, United Kingdom

Nice hotel in the middle nowhere

Stayed at this hotel from the 14th October - 21st October with my wife and 13 year old daughter. We were only 15 minutes from the airport to the hotel, the staff upon arrival were fantastic and really made you feel welcome. The staff made sure we did not miss lunch and took our cases to our room which was a nice touch. We had read some negative comments about the food, but we found everything really nice and they are catering for many different nationalities. The hotel has lovely views out to sea and over to La Gomera the neighbouring Island. Every member of staff from the day we arrived until we left were polite, extremely friendly and nothing was to much trouble. However, the hotel is not without issues. The hotel does feel like it was built miles from anywhere and although the hotel puts on a free daily shuttle bus to Las Americas and Costa Adeje, there really is nothing within walking distance and feels very isolated. The hotel has wifi which you have to pay for, 20 euros per week per device. The problem is that it doesn't reall work anywhere in the hotel and you spend all day reconnecting and waiting for every page to load. My 13 year old daughter spent days pulling her hair out with it. You may think, who goes on holiday to sit on there phone/IPad/tablet, but this is brings me to another big issue. The evening entertainment....well there isnt anything of note, just the hotels own entertainment staff putting on something fairly amateur, pretty boring and about 5 languages hardly ever English. There is absolutely nothing for teens and this was the school holidays, just lots of children sitting about looking fed up. Overall though, the staff, accomodation, food and views are excellent. The location, wifi and entertainment let the hotel down badly.More

Colin856, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Great hotel

Had a week all inclusive with my husband and two children aged 5 & 10. What a great relaxing time. Could not fault this hotel. Only issue was the kids club which was designed for the German children and showed no interest in trying to get the British children take part. The staff were very friendly and obliging . Hotel was spotlessly clean. Food was excellent. Entertainment was ok, it passed the evening. Rooms were a bit dated. Would return - yesMore

ajshetland, shetland

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