Modelled on a turn of the 19th century Canarian village, with pastel coloured walls and courtyards commanding views over the beautiful beach of Playa del Duque, this attractive luxury hotel is considered one of the best on Tenerife.
Here you will find some 347 luxurious rooms and suites housed across 20 houses, each styled with classic Spanish touches. Las Casas Ducales is an exclusive area with just 51 rooms and suites set over four houses, whilst the resort’s most spacious accommodation comes in the form of 40 one and two-bedroom villas set in a luxuriously private enclave. Both Las Casas Ducales and the villas have their own private receptions, breakfast areas and dedicated butler service.
There are five swimming pools (two heated) with watersports available at the beach. Numerous other activities include tennis, squash and the wellness studio and gym, as well as facilities for kids and teenagers. For something a little more leisurelu, head to Bahai del Duque’s award-winning Spa Thalasso.
Some seven restaurants offer a tempting array of global cuisine. At Alisios Market Food, a small menu is complimented by an extensive daily specials list inspired by local, seasonal produce, while Sensu Kazán offers award-winning Japanese fare.
Costa Adeje, 15 minutes transfer from Tenerife South (Reina Sofia) International Airport.
The hotel features 347 distinctly individual rooms and suites. There are also 40 villas designed by Pascua Ortega, each with private garden and pool, as well as a separate reception area and butler service.
Activities at the Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque are bountiful. Whether you’re looking for some refreshing relaxation or an action-packed adventure, there’s something for you at this Tenerife resort. The hotel enjoys a rather privileged location by the sea, and thus is a haven for watersports fanatics. Try anything from diving to parasailing, sports fishing to sailing, and be sure to embark on an excursion on the luxury yacht Pámpano. Of course there’s always the option of lounging on the fabulous beach, too!
Sit back and relax in the library, or get competitive in the Bridge and Pool Lounge. The Hotel also boasts a squash court, two tennis courts, two paddle tennis courts, a jogging circuit, a botanical walk, beach volleyball facilities, darts, table tennis, boules, giant chess, mountain biking, cocktail making classes, an astronomic observatory and a well-equipped gym.
Finally, if that all just sounds too much, then why not enjoy a rejuvenating treatment in the Spa Bahía del Duque? Spa and Thalasso by Natura Bisse, this indulgent retreat benefits from the pure water of the Atlantic Ocean and features aromatic gardens surrounded by volcanic stone – heaven!
Wining and dining at Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque is a delight. With nine outstanding restaurants to choose from, there’s something to satisfy every taste. A highlight is definitely Las Aguas, a fabulous gourmet restaurant offering authentic Canarian cuisine. For more sumptuous Spanish cuisine, sample the tapas at La Tasca or the Mediterranean fare at the Beach Club. Dining is however by no means restricted to Tenerife – you’ll travel all over the world during your stay. Savour gorgeous fresh pasta at La Trattoria, or a magnificent fusion of Japanese, Chinese and Thai cuisines at the new Asia-Kan Restaurant.
The hotel has recently opened the Terraza Moët, an exclusive, adults-only outdoor lounge where you can treat yourself to a glass of Moët & Chandon Ice Imperial. And there are plenty of other bars and cafés too, ranging from juice bars to ice cream parlours, and from beach bars to sports bars. The Piano Bar is the place to be for a buzzing atmosphere, live music and shows, whereas the Caribbean-inspired Terraza La Gomera on the seafront promenade serves fantastic cocktails.