Gran Canaria

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Seaside Palm Beach
8
4 reviews
From outside it looks like just another outsized resort hotel, but step within and the Palm Beach is a riot of colour and exciting modern design. — Lonely Planet
Lopesan Villa del Conde Resort & Thalasso
8
3 reviews
This sprawling hotel is seriously luxurious and deserves its own postcode. — Lonely Planet
Bohemia Suites & Spa
8
3 reviews
The Bohemia Suites and Spa is a 67-room, adults-only, luxury boutique hotel in Playa del Ingles, roughly 200 yards from the beach. — Oyster
Hotel Parador de Cruz de Tejeda
8
4 reviews
Right in the geographical center of the island, this is the perfect spot to get away from it all and to take in some of Gran Canary's best views. — Fodor's
Bull Reina Isabel & Spa
8
3 reviews
The four-star Hotel Reina Isabel’s setting above Las Canteras, one of Spain’s best urban beaches, remains a real draw. — The Telegraph
Hotel Rural Fonda de la Tea
8
2 reviews
This appealing hotel in a traditional stone-clad building in the heart of Tejeda has rooms set around a Canarian-style courtyard, with plenty of terracotta tiling, pumpkin-coloured paintwork and wood — Lonely Planet
Hotel Riu Palace Maspalomas
8
3 reviews
There's no doubt that the showstopper at the 383-room, three-pearl Riu Palace Maspalomas is its setting -- right on the edge of the stunning desert-scape of the Maspalomas Dunes. — Oyster
Bull Costa Canaria & Spa
8
3 reviews
One of the few hotels in the south of the island with direct access to the beach, Costa Canaria sits just behind the Blue Flag sands on Playa de San Agustín. — Fodor's
Cordial Mogan Playa
8
3 reviews
This four-star located on an ancient acropolis is full of surprises. — The Telegraph
Hotel Puerto De Mogan The Senses Collection
8
3 reviews
Beside the yacht-filled harbour, the accommodation here consists of large airy doubles and apartments (two to four people) with all the trimmings. — Lonely Planet
Hotel BedandChic
7
2 reviews
One of the Gran Canaria capital’s latest and (potentially) greatest is to be found in the city’s Parque Santa Catalina. — The Telegraph
Seaside Grand Hotel Residencia
7
2 reviews
Grand by name, grand by nature; the five-star Seaside Grand Hotel Residencia is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World group. — The Telegraph
Hotel Faro, a Lopesan Collection Hotel
7
2 reviews
Maspalomas, one of Gran Canaria’s major resorts, conjures up images of its spectacular sand dunes. — The Telegraph
Salobre Hotel Resort & Serenity
7
2 reviews
The 313-room Sheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Golf Resort is a quiet luxury property that caters to golfers and couples. — Oyster
Hotel Riu Gran Canaria
7
2 reviews
Bright and breezy, minimalist and mod, the Riu ClubHotelGran Canaria is an all-inclusive seafront property in Meloneras. — Oyster
Hotel Riu Palace Meloneras
7
2 reviews
The Hotel Riu Palace Meloneras Resort is a 515-room luxury escape set amid vast gardens that's within walking distance of the buzzing waterfront along El Faro Beach. — Oyster
Suites & Villas By Dunas
7
2 reviews
The Hotel Dunas Suites and Villas Resort is an upper-middle-range chain hotel, with 302 suites and villas, that's a six-minute drive to Maspalomas Beach. — Oyster
Hotel Riu Palace Oasis
7
2 reviews
The 332-room Riu Palace Oasis is an aging, mid-range, beachfront all-inclusive resort catering to older couples and families. — Oyster
H10 Playa Meloneras Palace
7
2 reviews
It feels one of a kind — The Telegraph
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