December 10, 2017 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
Having stayed here at least ten times over the last 10 years, my wife and i ve seen a lot of improvements over the last 12 month .this is great news .we stayed from the 5th to the 14th of november based on halfboard.it s a good choice of restaurants to chose from .in particular we really enjoyed the "market place"under the management of the young italian , enthusiastic gentleman and his team who always tried to please in all aspects.food was innovative , well presented .. and really yummy.thumbs up for you guys. it was good to see, as the manager of the hotel assured me in my neg preview a year ago that all inflatable children toys be withdrawn from the main pool .well done , it really makes such an improvement for this superb 5star hotel . however as always there s scope for improvements to be made .in particular i think the tatty , well used and abused brown towels ought to be replaced in the near future.also a lot of the sunloungers are quite hazardous with sharp bits of cane sticking out by the armrests . our room 101 was cleaned by perhaps 2 cleaners on alternative days ?one was very thorough one day .. but the nxt day ... it wasn t as good as expected .[dirty glasses on terrace etc] also i noticed that smoked salmon for breakfast was served only every 2 days .. but so thickly sliced that it looked more like a fillet . the fruit selection was great when available but surely in peak times .. items should be prepared when missing and not items which are already on display..? all really minor , overall we had a afab stay , thank you guys , we ll be back soon !!!
patrick s - Bury St. Edmunds, United Kingdom
We visited during Easter and stayed in a 1 bed villa which was very spacious and the kids loved the huge bathtub. We had our own private pool but this was hardly used as it was a bit salty and initially it was a bit dirty as the fountain wasn't working properly. Also we were so close to the main pool that our kids preferred to play in there with friends they had made. Breakfast was excellent and the staff (Dolores in particular) were great and made sure we had everything we wanted. We tried most of the restaurants on site and whilst the food was okay, none of them wowed us. The evening entertainment programme was good for the children. We would definitely return.
Jinster68 - London, United Kingdom
I stayed in this hotel as part of my 60th birthday celebrations. I had walked passed the entrance on the beach and wondered what it would be like behind the doors. The grounds of the hotel are magnificent there is a carp lake in the area and the bird and animal life is astonishing. The hotel itself has a bit of us and them syndrome as there is an area which is much posher than the main area. Needless to say we were in the main hotel in the cheaper rooms. The rooms themselves were ok but you would expect a walk-in shower for the money they were charging. My wife did like the soap and gel potions. I am told they are top quality. Food ...on the first day we went to the buffet restaurant ...avoid this place at all costs poor quality food, I poor waiter service unless you are Russian ! The rest of the time we dined out in the a la carte restaurants. What a difference had some wonderful meals staff all very pleasant and had some nice wines which were reasonably priced. Breakfast was ok but it's standard and could be 4 star as it is manic in the mornings . Swimming pools were very good plenty of sun beds and brollies you get bottled water which was appreciated Summing everything up this was worth going to see and do but there's better value for money in Tenerife. I think this is a fair account of my stay.
we love this hotel and have stayed several times we stayed in the Casa Ducales which I feel is like a little oasis of peace and calm we could only manage a short break this time but it is so lovely and relaxing it felt longer all staff are excellent and all restaurants are also lovely
Clare D - Southport, United Kingdom
We stayed at this hotel for 12 nights. we booked a garden view room expecting to look over a garden but this was not the case. Our room had no view at all as the trees/plants were right in front of our balcony and it made the room so dark. We did manage to change rooms the 2nd day and we could see some grass as well as trees. All staff were excellent, a special thank you to reception staff who worked really hard to find us a room , not easy when the hotel was full. Entertainment was good some evenings not so good other evenings, the group who played in one of the salons and the flamenco show were top class. We feel the steps and the tired rooms are what lets this hotel down, rooms need updating badly and oh all those steps !! . We enjoyed Adeje but think if we return to Tenerife it would have to be the Gran Melia Palacio de Isora as its a beautiful hotel with lovely rooms and gardens and the biggest and best infinity pool on the island
Palpy - Retired of Sussex