Gran Canaria

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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
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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
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This sprawling hotel is seriously luxurious and deserves its own postcode. — Lonely Planet
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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
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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
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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
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This four-star located on an ancient acropolis is full of surprises. — The Telegraph
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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
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The four-star Hotel Reina Isabel’s setting above Las Canteras, one of Spain’s best urban beaches, remains a real draw. — The Telegraph
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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
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Continuing a new trend of refurbishing dated establishments to catch up with the changing times in newly respectable Playa del Inglés, the Santa Mónica complex has been re-imagined as a four-star superior hotel. — The Telegraph
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The island’s best-known resort is now trying to appeal to hipsters as much as, if not more, than the 18-30 brigade. — The Telegraph
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The 448-room Gloria Palace San Agustín is a large, upper-mid-range hotel situated along the southern edge of Gran Canaria Island. — Oyster
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Tunte, the name of a pre-Spanish settlement populated by the Berber-descending canarii. It’s here you’ll find the four-star Hotel Rural, open from October through to May. — The Telegraph
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The 189-room Radisson Blu Resort Gran Canaria is a five-pearl family-friendly property with a small but sandy beach. — Oyster
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Hotel & Spa Cordial Roca Negra is a rare thing on Gran Canaria, with its nature-embracing remoteness the star of the show. — Oyster
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The upper-middle-range Marina Bayview is an adult-only hotel with some of the most stunning panoramic views in the area. — Oyster
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This upscale 392-room holiday complex makes an immediate memorable impression, with its wave-like architecture and colorful, quirky decor and murals. — Oyster
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The Gloria Palace Royal Hotel & Spa is a sprawling resort built into the cliffs overlooking Amadores beach on Gran Canaria, the largest of the Canary Islands. — Oyster
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Owned by the same group that runs a nearby botanic garden, this hotel is a near oasis. — The Telegraph
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