Canary Islands Hotels
A Guide To Hotels In The Canary Islands
The Canaries are an ideal destination for year round sunshine which is why it has become such a great holiday destination. Each island has its own personality and with so many hotels on offer, from two star, budget aparthotels in Gran Canaria to all inclusive, adult only resorts in Tenerife, which one should you choose? Here's our guide to hotels in the Canary Islands.
Hotels in Tenerife
Tenerife really does have something for everyone, so you'll want to work out where to stay depending on what you're after. The busier resorts of Los Cristianos and Las Americas offer a range of different hotels right in the heart of it, perfect if you like nightlife or want to be surrounded by lots to do.
Head slightly up the coast to the Costa Adeje for some fantastic resorts close to the beach, while if it's a quieter break you want, head to one of Tenerife's smaller resorts, perhaps on the Golf del Sur near the airport or to the north of the island where you can find quieter hotels like the Melia Hacienda del Conde.
Hotels in Fuerteventura
Well known as the windiest of the Canary Islands, Fuerteventura offers stunning beaches and a surf that attracts the world's best. In Fuerteventura, with such beautiful beaches, you may find you want a hotel close to the coast. The resort of Caleta de Fuste offers a sheltered man made beach with a number of hotels surrounding it, from the high end Sheraton Fuerteventura Beach to the more budget friendly Castillo Playa.
Hotels in Gran Canaria
In Gran Canaria, the buiest areas of Maspalomas and Las Palmas offer a variety of hotel options including self catering apartments. Playa Del Ingles has earned it's place as one of the islands party places so also bear this in mind when choosing a hotel on the island. For something a little special, try the Radisson Blu Resort for a stunning stay in Gran Canaria
Hotels In Lanzarote
Hotels in Lanzarote also suit all budgets and types. For a family friendly hotel, try somewhere like the Los Zocos Club Resort in the Costa Teguise or if you would rather more of an adults only environment the H10 Timanfaya Palace Hotel in Playa Blanca is perfect.
Arrecife is Lanzarote's capital and quite built up so if you want a busier stay, a hotel here may be right. If, on the other hand, you would rather spend a more relaxing holiday at the beach, the various resorts around the island might be better suited.