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The two towers which loom over Paradise Beach in the south of Tenerife are named after, predictably enough, Nirvana and Oasis. They feel like a defiant V sign to the rest of the hotels in the area. It's not wall-to-wall rock, however. The official opening party on Saturday 10th December 2016 was a Children of the 80s event. There were musical performances from the likes of Blackbox, C+C Music Factory, Rozalla, and Village People. Still, the memorabilia on show is very much a history of rock. So you can see a one-year booking contract which David Bowie signed while Ziggy Stardust back in 1972. Then there's the suit jacket Meat Loaf wore on stage during a 1995 tour.

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Toast the Hard Rock life at nearby bar Roca Negra with a Purple Rain cocktail made from vodka, gin, tequila, blue curaçao and grenadine.

This beachfront hotel is in the Playa Paraíso resort on the Costa Adeje.
By plane: flights from London, Birmingham and Manchester to Tenerife take around 4 hours 30 mins. The hotel is a 2o minute drive from Tenerife South airport. Private parking for €12 a day.

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Style & Character

Music-lovers and families will immediately feel at home at a hotel that has been designed with them in mind. You won't be able to stop singing along, with a soundtrack to your holiday that journeys through rock's rich tapestry.

Service & Facilities

The Rock Shop is merchandise central with themed T-shirts and souvenirs to remind you of your rockstar holiday.

  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • 3 pools
  • Spa
  • Gym
  • Paid parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Room service


The Rock Star Suite's 154 square metres feel suitably decadent. Located on the Nirvana Tower's top floor, it includes butler service. It also has a 46" Smart TV and Xbox, along with a chill-out zone of a terrace with sofas.

Deluxe Room (Silver, Gold, Platinum, Rock Royalty), Studio Suite (Silver, Gold, Platinum), Rock Suite (Gold, Diamond and Platinum), Rock Royalty Suite, Rock Royalty Studio Suite, Rock Star Suite
Facilities include: ensuite shower or bath, bathrobe and slippers, tea and coffee facilities, hairdryer, TV, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The lovingly-crafted artisan pasta varieties at the hotel's authentic Italian restaurant, Capolavoro, stretch all the way from cannelloni to spaghetti. At the Asian á-la-carte eatery, Narumi, you'll be taken on an satisfying and thrilling rollercoaster tour of Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Montauk: steaks and sides including half-kilo Chateaubriand and six-cheese macaroni, grilled octopus and chargrilled mussels.
Capolavoro: Italian classics, pizza, pasta, seafood.
Narumi: Asian cuisine including sushi, ramen, pho and pad thai.
Sessions: buffet-style Canarian and continental breakfasts and international dining.
The Beach Club: fresh lunches and healthy options, snacks and desserts.

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