This luxury hotel comes with an impeccable dining scene. As for swimming, you’ve a choice of pool or beach.
From the outside, this place is really striking – all quirky turreted buildings, lagoon pools and pretty squares. And it’s just as grand inside, where you’ll find eight restaurants and a world-class spa.
There’s a wealth of things to do here. Expect things like tennis, volleyball and watersports – which you’ll find on Playa Del Duque Beach right next to the hotel gardens. And it’s only a 5-minute walk into town.
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5 Star Luxury
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Resort Credit Offer
Arrive between 1st-13th March, 1st-14th May 2015 and 1st-10th October 2015 and each adult will receive €100 resort credit for each full week stay. This can be used towards food and drinks at the hotel's restaurants and bars, but not the minibar. This will be credited to your account, and removed from your final bill, but just so you know, there isn't a cash alternative.
Free upgrade to Half Board
If you book Bed & Breakfast up until the 30th June 2015, and arrive between the 15th May 2015 and the 30th of June 2015, you'll receive an upgrade to Half Board for free. Meals will be available in the El Bernegal restaurant only.
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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2 outdoor saltwater pools
The two pools are both spacious with plenty of native plants and trees decorating the surrounding terrace. Cushioned sunbeds can be found dotted around, and tall palms offer shade. One of the pools is likened to a spa, with a series of jets to try out and a waterfall to immerse yourself under.
Las Aguas Canarian à la carte restaurant*
Canarian cuisine is offered at Las Aguas using fresh, local ingredients.
Michal Novotny, the prestigious sports physiotherapist has opened a practice within the Bahia del Duque Spa. The peaceful, outdoor spa features thalassotherapy treatments and hot stone massage with lava rocks. There's a sauna, a healthy-eating restaurant, a thalassotherapy pool and a beauty salon here too.
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Each villa is spacious and stylishly furnished with a separate lounge and dining area. There's a Nespresso coffee-maker, a pillow menu and luxury toiletries. The outside space is pretty special too, with a private terrace, sun deck and your own heated plunge pool.
Twin rooms here are warmly decorated with elegant touches. There's a pillow menu available, too.
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First visit to this hotel and what an experience , stayed in room 769 suite . It was brilliant from start to finish , room was absolutely amazing, extra large balcony and jacuzzi and gazebo what more can u ask for . Room had everything u needed , kettle , iron and fridge etc . Cleaned everyday with the most polite staff u can imagine always a smile . The food was also amazing from steak , salmon , frogs legs and snails which had to try , themed nights were great, and desserts were to die for , only thing I would say that there could be more of a selection for children but that's just an added point for hotel maybe to think about in future , restaurant staff have to say were brilliant especially with my son whose 8 yrs made him feel very welcome every night . Pools were also amazing with ample of sun beds available , not sure about other posts but didn't see many towels on sun beds early only the odd couple which really didn't make a difference cause lots and lots available , pools were very clean and surrounding immaculate , can't say enough about this hotel wasn't cheap but u get what u pay for and with this hotel it was just perfect . Will be returning again couldn't ask for better thanks for a lovely stay .More
Murph0566, Pontypridd, United Kingdom
3rd year running & still fabulous
This year we visited in early June instead of early May. The hotel was much quieter than in May which meant the pools and restaurants were quieter and everywhere was more pleasant and less busy. Food still 5*, service and staff superb, room and cleanliness great. Only small thing i can think to mention was that the evening turndown service is too early at 6.30 as most guests are usually in their room showering before dinner so the timing is poor. After 7.30 would be more appropriate. We were in suite 409, it has a sea view but overlooks the spa/helipad direction and is therefore quiet and peaceful. It has a large balcony with sun loungers, courtyard with dining table and chairs and another balcony off the bedroom. They put 2 single beds in for our children so no uncomfortable sofa bed which is great. Evening entertainment excellent as usual. Sadly in quiet times of the year there isn't a children's mini disco every night in the Piazza, only thurs,fri,sat and sunday nights. Kids club amazing and the amazing Gemma remembered our girls and they loved spending a bit of time there each day to chill out in the shade. All in all it was still every bit as good as previous years; clean, well kept grounds, reasonable bar prices for 5* and a very friendly place. Wouldn't hesitate to return for a 4th visitMore
KatM_75, Morzine, France
My husband and I visited the hotel in May and fell in love with it. Absolute 5 star luxury. Wonderful grounds, bedrooms and staff. Cannot rate this hotel highly enough. Will definitely be back. Looking forward to returning already!More
Stayed at this fine hotel complex recently and was bowled over by the size of hotel,the hospitality and friendliness of ALL the staff. A credit to the management ! I believe most rooms have a balcony of sorts and would urge patrons to seek same. You need to be fit at this hotel as most restaurants are down steps or ramps. It is wheelchair friendly. Staff are willing to transport anybody to anywhere in the hotel from reception by electric vehicleMore
gasman077, Bangor, United Kingdom
Relaxing atmosphere, Wonderful dining.
This is my second visit to the majestic Grand Hotel Bahia Del Duque Resort, a signatory to the Leading Hotels Group; On this occasion, although I didn't stay on property - the last time was approx 2007 - I had the opportunity to have lunch on one of the two delightful restaurants, overlooking the pool in an environment than can only be described as a relaxing and stress-free experience. I decided on local and canary-island inspired dishes and wine: For the main-course, I chose Rice with vegetables and ham/Arroz con verdure y Jamon served with a refreshingly-chilled white wine - Brumas de ayosa blanco. Desert was an authentic flan - Quesillo Canaria. Mouth-watering and unlike any creme-caramel or flan I've ever tasted! Just being there, unwinding in this wonderful Mediterranean island surrounded by the warm sunshine and overlooking the Atlantic ocean is sheer heaven! A walk around the property after lunch is a must-see. Good walking-shoes are necessary as you take in "Las Villas" which opened in 2008 and not constructed during my last visit. There's 9 acres of landscape gardens amidst volcanic stone is just one of the many sights to see. The security is paramount at this resort so do remember to take your passport as you enter the grounds, as no I.D. means no entry! I n conclusion, I hate comparisons, but I can't help placing Las Brisas in Acapulco in the same category as Bahia Del Duque., however while in Europe, this is the place to while away some hours partaking in lunch or dinner - if you can't actually stay on property! I guarantee you won't be disappointed. *****More
Mike902, New York, New York, United States
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