ClubHotel Riu Gran Canaria  

This hotel gets unbeatable ocean views. It comes with an infinity pool to admire them from and four top restaurants.

Set on the edge of the Atlantic, this stylish hotel gets impressive ocean views. It comes with a selection of pools, including a glam infinity one, and 4 restaurants serving everything from Asian cuisine to local specialities.

There’s plenty to do here, with sports and art classes during the day and live shows at night. Plus Maspalomas’ famous beach and sand dunes are only a 10-minute walk away.

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Select local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.  Snacks at set times.

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2 outdoor pools

One of the outdoor pools is heated in winter so you can swim all year round. Both pools are surrounded by sun terraces aligned with sunbeds and parasols, plus towels are available.

Buffet restaurant

For a buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner head to the buffet restaurant. Twice a week there are themed buffets in this non-smoking restaurant.

Daytime entertainment programme

The clubs are for kids aged 4 to 7 and 8 to 12 years, operated by RiuLand.

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twin room

These modern twin rooms with their contemporary décor and complementary soft furnishings can sleep up to four. They come with a mini-fridge and a ceiling fan and Wi-Fi at a charge.

twin room with garden view

These modern twin rooms with a garden view come with contemporary décor and complementary soft furnishings. They can sleep up to four and come with a mini-fridge and a ceiling fan and Wi-Fi at a charge.

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Spring Break

Totally exceeded my expectations. I always give the Riu hotels a good review as i have visited them all on the Cape Verde Islands but this one bettered them all. The room was spacious and modern. The restaurants and food couldn't be faulted. Branded drinks are not clearly visible but if you ask they are available as part of the all inclusive package. The pool areas are spotless, modern and sunbeds are plentiful. From the check in staff to the domestic staff i found them all to be fantastic. The hotel is very cosmopolitan with most European nationals visiting which , again , i think is a plus point.More

Paul B, Barnsley, United Kingdom

Easter Break

The hotel is good for families & couples alike. The All Inclusive food can become a bit repetitive but quality was always good. The catering & cleaning staff were very friendly & attentive. The entertainment in the evening was varied & on the whole fairly good. Gardens & Pool areas always clean & well maintained. Plenty of sun beds available & usually no rush to get your towels out. Rooms have recently been refurbished & are clean & comfortable. In summary this is a decent All Inclusive Hotel, a little bit too big for my liking but I knew that when I booked it. My only real complaint would be the staff at reception, I found them to be rude, dismissive & disrespectful, not just with me but with everyone who approached them. I have stayed in numerous Riu's in the past & this is the first time I have experienced this attitude. More


Exceeded expectations

this hotel was a last minute booking for us. Normally we'd book accommodation on our own account avoiding large resorts, but I've been very pleasantly surprised. It is all inclusive, wh is normally means queuing, unfriendly staff and horrible food. Hence I avoid it. The staff at Rui were nothing short of excellent. Well trained / drilled into warm welcomes and being helpful. Food is of a high standard, with the specialty restaurants wor booking. Plenty of space around the pool even with the amount of people that were staying at the hotel around Easter time. Open bar with liquor, beers and wine. Very impressed by the food operation with seems to be really focussed on eliminating waste. Some vegan options are available upon request, although the buffet choice for vegans is limited to fruit and raw veg. Rooms are spacious enough and have recently been refurbished. The refurbishment resulted in the hotel having a nice and modern feel, nothing was lacking in maintenance or care that I could spot. Overall, I really enjoyed myself. All inclusive resorts still aren't my ideal holiday, but would recommend riu with young kids and extended family. Nothing beats nighttime entertainment on an electric piano, hearing frank Sinatra songs under purple lighting, whilst sipping on a blue drink with an umbrella.More

Andries83, London

Almost perfect!

The hotel has recently undergone a refurbishment, out has gone Riu’s favoured wooden furniture to be replaced by a much more modern, clean lined look with lots of storage space and a bathroom, that although it doesn’t feature a bath does have an excellent power shower. The main pool area is in the centre of the complex, surrounded by sunbeds and close to bars and the Atlantico restaurant. This is where most of the day time activity is centred but I can’t comment on its quality as we spent our time at a quieter side pool. Our pool had plenty of sunbeds and shades as well as a self-service drinks station. During the time we were there (mid March) we never had to save a bed and the pool was generally empty all day….that may have been because it was a little on the cool side but OK for a decent swimming session. We split our easting between the buffet restaurants and didn’t try the specialty ones. Breakfast was in the Atlantico overlooking the promenade where you can watch the early morning walkers and joggers. Lunch was either in the same place or inside the main buffet depending on how cold the wind was! Night’s we always ate inside the main buffet where we never struggled to find plenty of choice. Some nights the food was a little cooler than we would have liked but nothing we couldn’t handle. It was sometimes a struggle to get the waiters to bring you a glass of water but easy enough to serve yourself with soft drinks, beer or a quite palatable wine. There was entertainment in the evening with live music from about 7.30p in the semi covered outside seating area and then the animation show inside later on. We preferred to go to the ‘Purple Bar’ and people watch. The service in all bars was quick and efficient, it’s just a shame they use premixes for the cocktails rather than making them from scratch. My one complaint…there seemed to be a lack of toilets and changing huts in the complex. The pool area where we spent our time had neither and whilst it was close to our room it wasn't ideal. I think in the height of the season this could become an issue. Overall though we had an excellent break, despite the less than excellent weather and would go back here again.More

Dez_11, Manchester, United Kingdom

Winter sun

All inclusive hotel , excellent food best I've ever had at all inclusive . Drinks ok good prosecco . Room clean however the hotel is huge and very impersonal . Three large pools but too cold should be heated in the winter monthes . No inside bar so expected to sit outside even tho it's chilly in January in the evenings . All in all it was ok but wouldn't go back !More

sue_leach11, Margate, United Kingdom

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