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Great hotel with Spa right on the beach – 5 star – Gran Canaria

This great hotel with Spa right on the beach is located in a fantastic location on the south of the island, providing a relaxed environment.

Rooms are equipped with a number of luxurious modern comforts to allow you to relax in style during your stay. Each room includes a large television for your entertainment, and there is a well-stocked mini-bar with drinks and snacks for you to enjoy. Your luxurious en-suite bathroom is equipped with complimentary toiletries for your convenience, as well as a hairdryer and make-up mirror, and bathrobes are available on request. The reception desk is open 24 hours a day, and here you will find facilities including laundry and dry cleaning services and a car rental desk, and you can also book tours of the local area from reception. Guests who are arriving by car can use the indoor or outdoor parking spaces, and an airport transfer service is also available.

The property has a wealth of excellent leisure facilities that make the most of the superb beach just outside the door. Guests can take part in a variety of water sport activities, and can also enjoy diving and fishing excursions. The property also has an excellent fitness centre, with facilities including a state of the art gym and a swimming pool. Guests can enjoy a round of golf at the superb course here, and you can also work on your game at the driving range and putting green. For more relaxation you can visit the Wellness centre, which includes a superb massage parlour, solarium, sun beds and Turkish baths.

If you want to learn about some of the history of Gran Canaria, the Casa de Colon in Las Palmas is a great way to learn about both Gran Canaria and the Canary Islands as a whole – and it is free to enter. Casa de Colon contains the Governor’s House within its complex, as well as 13 spacious exhibition rooms. Exhibits include displays of the voyages of Christopher Columbus, who stopped in Gran Canaria in 1492 on his way to the Americas. The displays include maps, scale models, navigational instruments and routes that were used, and also provide information on the importance of the Canary Islands for such journeys. The capital has a range of other museums and historical institutions that are open for visitors, including churches and archaeological sites, as well as a number of restaurant and bars that serve delicious local cuisine.