Gran Hotel Bahia del Duque

The Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque Resort is located on Costa Adeje. Its design is inspired by the traditional Canarian architecture of the 19th Century. The hotel is surrounded by over 63,000 square metres of tropical gardens which contrast with its setting, right next to the Playa del Duque beach. It has 354 rooms and forty luxurious villas.

The hotel's elegant rooms combine warmth and a spacious, airy sensation with spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. The Casas Ducales recreate a genuine colonial Hacienda. The rooms and suites are located in a privileged and exclusive part of the resort. Guests receive individual treatment as well as butler service and special attention in every room.

This exclusive hotel offers an extraordinary gastronomical variety at its nine restaurants, outstanding among which is Las Aguas, with its creative cuisine and local, seasonal produce.

Among the varied sports facilities of the Bahía del Duque, those of the 800 metre beach, with direct access from the hotel, stand out. Here, you can do any kind of water sport. Golf enthusiasts also have a total of five courses in the surroundings of the hotel, where it is possible to play twelve months a year thanks to the unbeatable climate.

The Spa Bahía del Duque Resort, surrounded by aromatic gardens, offers unique sensorial experiences. Lying back in the shade of the palm trees which surround the thalassotherapy circuit makes it possible for you to enjoy the benefits of the sea and the sun at the same time, and gives you unique and unrepeatable sensations.

The villas have been built in a classical and elegant style using volcanic stone. Each one has its own private swimming-pool, 24-hour concierge service, aromatherapy baths a la carte and a Bang & Olufsen sound system. They have been decorated by the prestigious interior designer, Pascua Ortega, using a meticulous combination of light, space and colour. The spacious lounges, terraces and gardens complete a luxurious environment which provides a natural continuity of internal and external spaces.