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The Best Hotels In Canary Islands For Business Travelers, 2020

Lanzarote Island, Spain

The Canary Islands, a Spanish archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean consists of provinces Las Palmas, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and the councils of Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Tenerife, La Palma, La Gomera, and Ferro. Known globally for sea, sun, package holiday resorts. You love this destination for its lunar-like landscape, secret sandy coves, active volcanoes, aromatic pine forests, miles of dunes, beach-front luxury resorts to relax and enjoy the holiday. The subtropical climate of Canaries welcomes people from across the world all year.

The Canaries are the ultimate destination to relax and unwind in the lap of nature. You have the world’s finest beaches, soft rolling dunes, plantations, and above all finest massage and therapies available at luxury resorts to get your mind, body, and soul in sync. Relaxing over a tropical cocktail and glass of local wine with a view of the Atlantic will be a lifetime experience.

The major tourist attractions of Canary Islands include Teide National Park located in Tenerife, Timanfaya National Park situated in Lanzarote, white sand beaches of Gran Canaria, Tenerifem and Feuterventura, Works of Cesar Manrique in Lanzarote, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Loro Park of Tenerife, San Cristóbal de la Laguna in Tenerife, and Cueva de Los Verdes.

10 Best Luxury Hotels in the Canary Islands 

  1. The Ritz-Carlton, Abama
    TF-47, 38687 Guía de Isora, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
    Located on an isolated cliff-top on the southwest coast of Tenerife Island, this North African citadel styled property is one of the best-rated hotels in the Canaries. Colonial styled rooms located amidst lush green banana plantation offer royal splendor with all modern facilities to make your stay comfortable. You have a private golden beach, well-equipped spa to relax and a two Michelin-starred restaurant to enjoy delicious cuisines.
  2. Hotel Riu Palace Maspalomas
    Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, Spain
    This colonial-styled property creates a perfect atmosphere of two worlds that includes the biggest resort Playa del Inglés and iconic dunes of Maspalomas. The neoclassical fortress design connects two worlds through a passageway with palm tree plantation in the garden. Well decorated rooms with deluxe amenities make it a perfect place to enjoy the holiday in comfort. You have a swimming pool, botanical garden, spa, and wellness center to relax and rejuvenate.
  3. Princesa Yaiza Hotel, Lanzarote, Spain
    Playa Blanca, Panama
    Situated on the famous Dorada beach this property offers the right mix of luxury and comfort to relax with a view of Isla de Lobos and Fuerteventura across the sea. The colonial styled spacious resort of Playa Blanca in the south of the island offers luxe rooms to make your stay comfortable. You have a fitness center and spa to relax and tennis court to flex muscles. There are eight restaurants, including the famous Isla de Lobos, to offer wide-range cuisines.
  4. Gran Hotel Bahia del Duque, Costa Adeje, Tenerife
    Bahía Del Duque, Costa Adeje, SpainSet in a mock Canarian village, this beach-front hotel recreates colonial wonder with modern luxuries. Clustered around five swimming pools and gardens, spacious rooms and suites with ultra-sophisticated amenities make it one of the best hotels in Tenerife. You have the finest spa to pamper all your senses. This exclusive hotel with colonial elegance is well equipped with modern world amenities to make Mediterranean sojourn memorable.
  5. Santa Monica Suites Hotel, Gran Canaria
    Paseo Costa Canaria, 116, 35100 Maspalomas, Las Palmas, Spain
    Direct access to the beach and proximity to the dunes, makes this newly refurbished property one of the most suitable choices in Inglés if you are looking for value, comfort, and convenience. This four-star hotel offers you well designed spacious rooms with modern amenities to have maximum comfort so that you could explore nearby areas attractions like Paseo Costa Canaria and Paseo Marítimo. You have Sun & Moon Massage Center to relax with Finnish sauna.
  6. Barceló Teguise Beach, Lanzarote
    Paseo Marítimo, s/n, 35508 Costa Teguise, Las Palmas, Spain
    This four-star rated, located on the north-east coast of Lanzarote, is of the best his hotel that offers the right mix of nature and luxury. Spacious rooms with views of the sea, Las Cucharas beach, and the pool makes it perfect for calm and comfort. The palm tree-shaded Olympic sized pool with Balinese sunbeds and loungers offers you the much-needed relaxation to explore the pristine beauties the Canaries. You have a well-designed thalassotherapy spa to rejuvenate and the finest dining facility to recharge.
  7.  Hotel Reina Isabel, Gran Canaria
    Calle Alfredo L Jone, Las Palmas, Spain
    With a privileged location in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, this four-star rated hotel is the best, if you are in a search for a royal retreat. The ultra-luxe rooms with modern facilities on one of Spain’s most urban beaches make this property a hot favorite amongst visitors. The salt-water pool with a rooftop garden and a well-decorated spa overlooking the Las Canteras beach offers you an amazing venue to relax and rejuvenate.
  8. Gran Melia Tenerife
    Av. de Los Océanos, s/n, 38686 Alcalá, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
    This opulent and hip property, located on the sheltered black sand beach of Tenerife’s sunny south-west coast, is one of the most sought after destination amongst travelers of all types.  Private villas with direct access to the beach and an amazing view of the neighboring island of La Gomera offers you the right mix of comfort and pleasure. You can let your nerves go free at aromatherapy-scented plazas and gardens to incorporate six pools. To rewire, you have seven bars and a disco.
  9. Sandos Papagayo Beach Resort, Lanzarote
    Calle Las Acacias, 6, 35580 Yaiza, Las Palmas, Spain
    Unadulterated fun with an unlimited flow of cave from entry to exit at this all-inclusive beach resort property makes it a special destination for leisure travelers. Simple and clean rooms with all modern amenities and mesmerizing sunset views give you maximum comfort. The pleasure island has over a dozen pools, bars, and terraces to offer you all possible options to relax and recharge. In free time, you can flex your muscles at a high-tech glass-fronted gym and regain muscular balance at the spa with Finnish sauna and Turkish hammam.
  10. Iberostar Grand Hotel El Mirador
    Avenida Bruselas, s/n, 38660 Costa Adeje, Tenerife, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
    Situated next to the sheltered bay sand beach in the center of upmarket Costa Adeje, this exclusive romantic couple abode is rated best by such visitors. Direct access to the pristine Playa Del Duque beach and amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean gives it an edge. Landscape garden with decorative fountains and swimming pools along with 124 well-furnished rooms and suites redefines the limits of romance in this iconic island.

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