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Gran Hotel Bahia del Duque in Canary Islands, Spain

Rising from the site of a grand old Canary Islands estate is the decade-old Gran Hotel Bahia del Duque, situated on the south coast of Tenerife and part of Leading Hotels of the World. Spread across 17 subtropical acres, this Spanish resort resembles a magnificent village, with a collection of nearly two dozen oceanfront buildings housing spacious rooms and suites, many with seaside views. The resort is completely full service, with 6 swimming pools, a trio of tennis courts, two squash courts, a fitness center, massage therapy, putting green and plenty of water activities.

The resort's El Duque Beach is a magnificent place to enjoy the island's amiable weather and tropical breezes. Along the sands you'll find well-tended changing rooms, vibrant umbrellas and comfortable deck chairs, as well as several beachfront bars and restaurants. The resort is well equipped to please every palate, with 10 restaurants serving everything from Spanish and Mexican to Italian and French cuisine. The colonial charm of Tenerife makes for a wonderful outing, as does the island's national volcanic park, casinos and observatory.

Location of Gran Hotel Bahia del Duque

Gran Hotel Bahia del Duque
C/ Alcalde Walter Paetzmann
Canary Islands, Spain

Nearest Airport: TFS

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a lovely hotel in a good location with excellent facilities. The staff are very friendly and really make you feel as as if you'rein a welcome and homely environment. The pools, spa and fitness facilities are well appointed clean and of good quality. Highly recommended.

Pookert123 - Dublin, Ireland

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Stayed at Bahia in May. Perfect hotel and location, this hotel has everything you could want for a relaxing holiday. Wonderful choice of restaurants there is everything here in one beautiful hotel and stunning grounds. Really hope to go back.

Q911OJsusanc - Hornchurch

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Just came back from an amazing 10 days at the Bahia del duque Hotel. This hotel definitely deserves it's 5 star rating. All the staff we encountered were friendly and very helpful, especially all the waiters and waitressess in the restaurant's. The restaurant's are amazing which we've never encountered before in this size of hotel. We were also pleasantly pleased to see we had been graded to a Junior Suite which was very spacious. The grounds and pools are fantastic. My daughter loved the kids pool and the beach where we spent most of our day. Our only small criticism would be the location of our Junior Suite which was situated what seemed to be a service road. This room was very noisy at night which did cause us some issues when my daughter tried to sleep. We did speak with the reception regarding this who did appollogies but could not offer us the same type of alternative room as these were booked. Even with this small issue it did not affect the overall experience. We had a fantastic time and we've even started to plan our next trip to the Bahia del duque. I think we will be revisting this hotel for many years to come.


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Just back from two great weeks at the Bahia Del Duque in Costa Adeje. Great hotel / resort, great location, excellent accommodation, superb food with wide choice of where to eat, extensive and well-maintained gardens and grounds, and ever-friendly and helpful staff. Perfect for a relaxing holiday in the sun (good weather too). On arrival, we were warmly welcomed by staff in traditional Canarian dress – an attractive feature of the hotel. The main lobby is impressive, and gives an instant positive impression of the Canarian-themed architecture of the hotel buildings. Registration was quick and efficient. The cold glass of fizz helped us relax after the journey. We were offered, and accepted, a free English national newspaper delivered to our room every day. A nice touch – and the paper always arrived not later than 9 am. Our sea view room with balcony, at 4th floor level, was spacious, and well furnished. The view from the balcony, bathed in evening sunshine when we first saw it, was spectacular. We could see much of the resort (with its imaginative Canarian-inspired architecture and layout), the sea, and the coastline stretching towards the east. Seeing that view in the early morning, and sitting watching it in the early evening, was one of the many highlights of our stay. The king size bed had an excellent mattress and pillows. The other room furniture was fine, and in good condition. There was plenty of hanging and drawer space for our clothes. The bathroom was excellent – bath, separate shower cubicle, separate toilet, and two basins with well-lit mirrors. The water was always hot. There were facilities in the room for making tea or coffee, which ws replaced daily. Housekeeping did a consistently excellent job of servicing the room. Breakfast in the main El Bernegal buffet restaurant had a large range of choices for all tastes. It took a couple of days of browsing to master what was on offer, and to craft our favourites. A good start to every day. The large grounds, with five pools (one for children), gave us a wide choice of where to relax. There was never any problem finding sun loungers in a good location. The loungers were very comfortable, with a towelling-covered mattress. Beach towels were readily available. Service from attentive and helpful staff during the day at our loungers included free water, chilled fruit and fruit juice, along with the ability to order other drinks etc. Free water was welcome daily feature – two bottles were put in the room every day which, along with bottles at the loungers and available to pick up near the Beach Club, meant we had more than enough to slake our thirsts in the heat. No risk of dehydration. A warning for those who have mobility issues. The hotel / resort is on sloping ground down to the beach / sea. So, there are lots of steps and ramps, particularly to get to the beach level. However, there you can always hitch a ride on an electric cart to help you around the grounds. On the very few occasions we used that service, it came quickly and worked very well. Plenty of choices for lunches. We only wanted light snacks, so we usually went to one of two cafes on the beach promenade – Café La Bahia or El Chiringuito (which is almost on the beach). Both were run by the hotel, so we could simply sign the bill. Food and service at both was good. On our departure day we had a more substantial lunch at La Brasserie – delicious pasta and ice cream - to feed us up for the lengthy journey home (with only airline snacks to look forward to, to stave off hunger). Evening dining was a major highlight. In the main El Bernegal buffet restaurant, every evening had a theme, along with a goodly choice of fish or meats quickly cooked to order on hotplates. The quality and choice was very good, as was the service of wine and drinks, and plate clearing. The wine list is mainly a bit pricey, but hey this is a 5 star hotel. There are also several other a la carte restaurants, which could readily be booked. The Club House adjoining the Main Reception had all the menus, and the staff were on hand with helpful advice. Our favourites were La Trattoria (Italian) and La Brasserie (French), but we also enjoyed meals at the Sua restaurant (Basque cuisine). Apart from the high quality of the cuisine, and the range of menu choices, many of the a la carte choices were included as part of half board, and other choices had a reasonable additional cost. This great arrangement is unlike arrangements we have seen in other luxury hotels’ a la carte restaurants, where the allowance for half board is way less than the value of the standard (buffet) dinner. Well done Bahia Del Duque. Dining in these a la carte restaurants was another of the real highlights. The waiter service in all three a la carte restaurants we went to (more than once in each case), was very attentive, friendly and efficient, with the waiters and waitresses in attractive local costume. I realise that this review is almost entirely positive, but that reflects our experience. Only two very minor negatives we struggled to think of as we read this through. It was a challenge to find the toilet facilities around the grounds in our first couple of days, as they weren’t shown on the resort map. Also, one of the restaurants did not have the peaches in champagne dessert menu choice my wife wanted available on either of the occasion we dined. However, her second choice was a superb dessert, so no worries. As I wrote at the beginning – we had a great holiday. The Bahia Del Duque has gone straight to the top of our favourite hotels for a European sun holiday. We are likely to return.

Chris T - Southampton, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Please be advised there is (Major Building works) being carried out Adjacent to the Hotel the side where the villas and tennis courts are i counted 4Tower cranes on the one site.There is some maintenance work being carried out in the Hotel it's self involving some scaffolding. The Beach to the right hand side of the Hotel towards La Caleta is shut off for about half a mile with Builders fencing Builders huts and cabins and large J C B diggers operating on the beach.Now the good stuff the hotel is very nice the room was clean and the staff very friendly they couldn't do enough for you the gardens were kept to a very high standard. The Hotel is a family hotel there were lots of small children there between the ages of one to five or six some did have Tantrums and crying fits but I suppose you have to expect that the hotel does have a children's pool so that wasn't so bad you could get away from it.One thing I didn't like was the small birds that fly into the restaurants perch on the tables and chairs and pick up bits of food and the staff seems to do nothing to discourage them and the parents of the small children thought it entertaining for the children to have the birds on the table.What goes in must come out very unhygienic in a restaurant. The hotel has many steep foot paths and steps but the hotel has several buggys to get you around this large hotel. The Hotel is rated as a five star but in (my opinion) its only a top of the range four stars but a very good hotel nevertheless.

bazer1859 - Reading, United Kingdom

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