Tivoli La Caleta Resort 

A seaside oasis bursting with sophisticated spaces

With a sleek new look, reinvented dining scene and island-exclusive spa, this is a slice of modern luxury on the Costa Adeje

With hazy mountains on one side and the ocean on the other, this recently upgraded Costa Adeje hideaway has been designed for enjoying the good things in life. There are celebrity chef-helmed restaurants that cover the ground from Japanese haute cuisine to global comfort food, a trio of heated outdoor pools and Tenerife’s one and only Anantara Spa, where you can completely switch off with one of its signature East-meets-West therapies. Get your body moving with an outdoor yoga session or energetic game of padel or head along the promenade for paragliding lessons from an expert on one of the nearby beaches.

Why we love Tivoli La Caleta Resort

  • The recent makeover has left the Moroccan-influenced rust-red buildings looking as fabulous as the soothingly rustic interiors.

  • There’s a real flair to the cuisine, whether you’re nibbling macarons in the intimate tea room or enjoying Japanese fine dining with a twist.

  • You can rediscover your joie de vivre with signature treatments such as a Himalayan Salt ritual in the island’s first Anantara Spa.

  • It has three heated outdoor pools, including one for adults, and a choice of sandy beaches within comfortable walking distance.

5 stars
Mar - Nov
Tenerife: 4½ hours
To the south of La Caleta on the Costa Adeje, a short walk along the coastal promenade from three gold and black sand beaches.
Approx. 20 minutes’ transfer from Tenerife South airport.
Wellness, Spa



  • Restaurants & bars
  • Board
  • Spas & wellness
  • Diving & Watersports
  • Sustainability
  • Families

Tivoli la Caleta sets out to be an exceptional dining destination, and succeeds, largely thanks to the the collaboration with celebrity chef Olivier da Costa. You can savour Japanese fusion dining at Yakuza, graze on tapas at Guilty and chill out at Seen Beach Club, then let your hair down in a trio of bars or check out the intimate tea house. There’s also 24-hour room service if you’d prefer to dine on your balcony.

The airy main restaurant is open for breakfast and globally inspired evening meals and has a mix of buffet dishes.

Seen Beach Club
This seaside spot has a sophisticated ambience, chic lounge seating and a menu that ranges from inventive global dishes to exotic cocktails.

Olivier da Costa’s moodily lit Yakuza takes Japanese fine dining and gives it an inspired twist, making dinner here a must at least once during your stay.

This casual, upbeat all-day eatery serves up beautifully made burgers, pizzas and puddings for relaxed friend-and-family gatherings.

Alma Cocktail Bar
Sip a fine Spanish vintage or stylish cocktail in the welcoming lobby bar, which has seating outside as well as in the cool interior.

El Classico Sportbar
Giant screens show the big matches, and there’s a list of tempting snacks and light bites at this lively sports bar.

Suite & Tea
Nibble your way through a selection of macarons and beautifully crafted patisseries in the resort’s cool and collected tea room.

Guilty Pool Bar
Quench your thirst by the pool with freshly made smoothies, milkshakes or something stronger at the relaxed pool bar; there’s also a menu of tempting snacks.

The tempo of modern life makes afternoon tea a rare indulgence – and the loose-leaf teas and freshly baked macarons at Suite & Tea are truly exquisite.

What's included

Breakfast at Gusto

Upgrade options

Half Board • Breakfast and dinner at Gusto
Full Board • Breakfast at Gusto • Lunch at Guilty • Dinner at Gusto

Anantara brings its irresistible fusion of Eastern and Western healing traditions to Tenerife with the opening of its first spa on the island. Book signature treatments such as a Golfer Massage or revitalising Himalayan Salt ritual or unwind in the indoor hydrotherapy pool, sauna, ice igloo and steam bath.

The Tivoli Shape fitness centre is open around the clock and is amply stocked with Life Fitness equipment, with expert staff on hand to create personalised wellness programmes. There are group yoga and Pilates classes, and you can also burn off energy on the resort’s padel courts (lessons are available for an extra charge).

Tivoli la Caleta has three heated outdoor pools: two large freeform ones (one freshwater, one seawater) and a smaller, tucked-away adult-only pool with plenty of cushioned loungers for serene siestas.

Various watersports can be arranged with reputable providers; the beaches just to the north are particularly good for paragliding.

Tivoli Hotels & Resorts takes a three-pronged approach to sustainability, from favouring authentic local experiences to reducing its properties’ impact on the environment through waste management, energy-use reduction and more.

The resort offers family-friendly accommodation, relaxed dining venues and child-pleasing beaches and attractions a toddle away. It currently has no kids’ club or children's pool, but there is a babysitting service.