February 10, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
Nearest Airport: TFS
Reviews for Gran Hotel Bahia del Duque
This was my 3 rd year in a row staying the same dates every time, only this year not only did I take my daughter who's birthday we always celebrate there but also my ex-wife, her son and my new partner, a bit different eh. The hotel is about as good as it gets. You get that warm fuzzy feeling as soon as you arrive and are greeted by the bell boys to the very professional front desk or should i say reception whom are very accommodating and always with a smile. The rooms range from regular rooms to beautiful sea view suites, I have stayed in both. Spotless and cleaned twice a day as you would expect in a 5 star hotel. I normally get excited over the breakfast buffet which is huge but it was just not the same as previous years. The food by the pools is good but expensive and the service has become slow and we had the hotel to ourselves. We normally walk out to the long promenade which is full of shops, bars, everything touristy and some outstanding restaurants at very reasonable prices. We did eat blue lobster at one of the restaurants on the promenade for 250 euros a lobster which was 2;4 kilos, so it was a monster and delicious but next time I will just stick to a normal lobster as it tastes exactly the same. We always had pre drinks down stairs and you are treated like royalty but again excessively expensive. A shot of Patron tequila was 16 euros and I like Patron, not too many complaints again as this is a 5 star hotel. We ate at SUA restaurant which is located on the premises which was outstanding , the food was excellent and so was the service, would definitely recommend. Room service was also excellent with both drinks, food and timing. We have used the services of the concierge in previous years for helicopter rides and also a trip to the volcano in which there was snow up there, finished off by lunch at the local restaurant which was very good and very well planned by the concierge.. Overall this is a fantastic hotel in a great location. If you truly like the best this is the place to go but I would not return. I think it has lost its mojo slightly which I have seen first hand over the last 3 years. There are many other great hotels in Tenerife which I will stay at next year.
badboybrown - Newcastle & Fort Lauderdale
We have stayed in this hotel on many occasions over the last 15 years and it's still excellent. The breakfasts are wonderful and varied. The restaurant are many with every kind of food you could want. The Sua is still the best the staff food and service are great. The sea bass with potatoes and veg fantastic. The heated pool is good even for a swim before breakfast. The gym is good. Don't be put off by people who think Tenerife is a bit rough. This is an oasis, you don't even need to leave the hotel
John D - Liverpool, United Kingdom
I love staying here, it is a beautiful, absolutely stunning hotel. The buildings, the gardens, the pools - gorgeous. The staff is really there for you and you can feel it. Whatever you ask for they do it and they do it with a smile and at once. They are immaculate. Bars and restaurants are very good, we liked espesially Sua, Brasserie and Sensu. But here comes one complaint: The Wine Bar used to be a better place earlier when it was called Vinoteca. Back then they had tasty tapas combined to good wines. Now they serve only chips and nuts to your drinks. Sad, not very good at all. And, the glasses of wine were very small. Sometimes. Some waiters poored very little, maybe less than one deciliter only! You do pay for one glass, not one sip!!! This happened every time in the Wine Bar, I am sorry. The rooms are built very elegant but they are getting old and worn out I have to say. Beds are not top notch and our bathroom was not very nice. The floors were stained and impossible to clean anymore. The toilet seat was broken. The wall to wall mirror was one of the dirtiest I have ever seen. I am sure there is a team of top attendants in the housekeeping department. But we had bad luck this time. Our housekeeper made us disappointed every day. The feeling was she had been by in a hurry every time. All she forgot or did not care to do, someone else had to come and do. When we called they helped immediately, so the service level is high. Laundry service was quick and effective. The front desk is loaded with the nicest staff and so is the conciergerie. Over all this is a favourite hotel, the down sides are to be worked on.
Susanne M - Karlstad, Sweden
Having spent the last 25 years in Tenerife for Chistmas and new year this hotel was superb..The staff were incredible, the food was good and quite can't work out why some people have posted some negative reviews.Will be returning next Navidad.
I was visiting the area for a client for an annual conference, and I had 3 site inspections to do. I was actually staying at another 5 star property which was sadly very disappointing considering I was trying to put a very large residential conference into one on the Hotels. After my site inspection at Bahia del Duque, I was totally overwhelmed with the Hotel, it was outstanding, I had Lunch during the site inspection which was fabulous, there are so many Restaurants to choose from at the property. I viewed several different room categories during the inspection, which were all excellent. There are are lots of rooms to choose from. The Hotel is very spread out there are lots of steps but also paths if you do not want to take the steps. The pool area's are really good with lots of sun beds available. There is direct access from the Hotel to the Beach and promenade area where there are may Restaurants as well. Unless you are staying at the Hotel you cant access it which is a really good . I was so impressed with the Hotel I decided to check-out of the Hotel I was staying at and check in to this Hotel. What a great decision I had such a good stay. The service, food and staff are all amazing.
absolutevenues - Cheshire