Tucked between two sandy beaches, this grand hotel comes with a designer pool and a first-class dining scene.
This deluxe hotel stands proud in the middle of tropical gardens designed by Lanzarote’s famous son, César Manrique. He designed the lagoon pool, too. You’ll find it right by one of the two beaches on the hotel’s doorstep.
The three stylish restaurants include two that are dedicated to fine dining. There’s plenty to do, too, from spa treatments to sports like tennis and windsurfing. After dinner, head to the bar for cocktails and live shows.
The lagoon-style outdoor pool comes with a wraparound sun terrace laced with sunbeds and parasols, plus there's an open-air bar. Palm trees are dotted around the pool providing that bit of extra shaded.
Absolutely Fabulous! An Amazing Hotel which provided us our perfect wedding.
This hotel is heaven. We got married here on 13th August and I honestly can't praise this hotel enough. The staff are so friendly and extremely helpful. I'd like to say a particular thank you to Raquel, the events coordinator who helped make our wedding day just perfect. Nothing was too much trouble for her.
The hotel is amazing, so grand! The inside atrium is beautiful. Rooms...well, we stayed in the grand suite and I was speechless upon arrival...just amazing. Large, spacious, modern, comfortable. A balcony overlooking the pool and the sea with sun loungers on and another balcony with a jacuzzi on. Totally being spoilt for our wedding. As if one jacuzzi wasn't enough...we also had another one inside. We just loved it.
Breakfast was lovely - lots of choice and variety, everyone is catered for.
All locations in the hotel are beautiful and we couldn't have chosen a better place to have our wedding than on their wonderful terrace overlooking the sea. MeliÃ¡ Salinas staff did an excellent job of the set up and organisation. Afterwards, we of course had our party with a bbq meat banquet with salads. Food was tremendous. Can not fault it. All of our guests commented to say how nice it was.
Level service was great, private check in, private lounge with amenities, and a private pool to use which included a selection of free bar drinks and snacks.
Overall, a fabulous hotel, excellent staff, top quality food, with lots of little luxuries.
Can't wait to return!
Thank you Melia Salinas for providing us with the wedding of our dreams. More
L4UZ8T8, West Midlands
Outstanding again! Three trips in a year!
This is my second review of this hotel. Originally I stayed in March in a Grand Suite, which was lovely. This time I stayed in July in a Penthouse Suite. Wow! Yes very expensive, but the fantastic balcony and views were worth it! The 2 Penthouse Suites have not been renovated yet so are a little dated but still very nicely furnished and decorated. Wonderfully spacious and bright. One small disappointment was the bathrooms. Because they have not been renovated they are nowhere near as nice as the ones in the Grand Suites; showers over the bath - no separate one - is not really not what you expect in a 5 star hotel these days. We also experienced a few days of building work in the room next door; which admittedly was annoying, but as there are only 2 Penthouse Suites there was nowhere we could have gone! Staff in the Level lounge super - especially Virginie and Christina. Overall a great trip again. In fact so great we are going back again in October to celebrate my birthday! Three visits in one year says it all really!More
biffie, London, United Kingdom
Fantastic stay from start to finish!
The hotel is amazing! Definitely worth going for a "The Level" room for the added perks of private adults only pool access and self service inclusive bar. If we ever visit Lanzarote again we definitely stay at the Melia again!
Costa Teguise is a nice area to stay that is quieter than the other big resorts on the island but still has a good range of restaurants and bars within a 10 minute walk of the hotel. it is also perfectly placed for exploring both ends of the island.More
our first visit to Lanzarote
We stayed at the Melia Salinas Hotel in Costa Teguise in August and had an absolutely fabulous time. The hotel is super comfortable and the location is ideal. We could use the Level pool and the beach, it was peaceful and all the staff was incredibly pleasant and helpful. We can highly recommend the Melia Salinas to anybodyMore
Ina D, Brighton, United Kingdom
3.5 out of 5
Recently returned from a 10 day stay at the Melia Salinas and whilst I did have an enjoyable holiday I did expect a little more for the money I spent, not to mention the raving reviews! We had to wait around for 2 hours on arrival at the hotel before we were aloud into our room. The hotel has a no check in before 3 PM policy which I find very surprising in a hotel such as this that caters for international guests flying in at all times. Our room location couldn't have been worse, we were tucked around the side of the hotel on the 1st floor with a view of some toilets. I appreciate room allocation is luck of the draw but there are plenty of other rooms at the hotel which cost exactly the same as my one which overlook the front of the hotel and pool area which I would've been more than happy with. I find it unfair that I have paid what I did for the location of my room. The air conditioning in my room was useless and it seemed to be cooler in the day therefore sleep quality was pretty poor during our stay. Was also a bit disappointed to find that the same stains on my bedsheets that I noticed on day 1 were still there on day 10 meaning the cleaner never actually changed them for our entire stay even though we requested it several times. Overall I found the hotel to be tired and in need of a good modernisation.
I enjoyed the food at the hotel, it was as you would expect at a hotel offering all inclusive/half board, nothing spectacular but nice nonetheless. I did have a big problem with the drinks service in the restaurant, they need a self serve station or more staff in the evening as most nights we waited around 10 minutes for someone to take our order. The staff were friendly at the hotel and I really liked the location right on the beach. I really enjoyed the pool area with its large pool and comfy sunloungers. Evening entertainment was poor in my opinion but I'm not to fussy about this as I just enjoy a nice drink in the evening which was always provided.
Whilst I would return to the resort of Costa teguise I wouldn't choose to stay at the Melia Salinas again simply due to value for money. It is a nice hotel however overpriced for what it is. I know I can get and have had much nicer for less money.More