Featured hotels in Canary Islands

  • £65

    Average price per night

    La Laguna Gran Hotel, La Laguna
    9.1 Superb 1,549 reviews
    Description 500 metres from Leal Theatre, La Laguna Gran Hotel is situated in La Laguna and offers free WiFi, express check-in and check-out and a tour desk.

    "The hotel is in a centuries old historical building, beautifully restored. Some rooms are in the old wing while others in the new one - spotlessly clean, tasteful and comfortable. All guests can enjoy the lobby, bar and some other facilities in the old wing of course. Staff are very kind and well organized from check in to check out. There is underground parking and this can be added to your hotel room card so all you have to do is wave your card when you want to exit. The swimming pool on the fourth floor, albeit very cold during our stay, provides stunning views of the old city. Breakfast is plentiful and the best any hotel could provide. In addition to hotel houses the Michelin restaurant Nub. The hotel is in the very center of the old city with lots of restaurants, shops, lovely old buildings and pedestrian streets all around. We loved everything."

    Andrea. Hungary
  • £87

    Average price per night

    Gold Playa del Ingles - Adults Only, Playa del Ingles
    9.2 Superb 1,244 reviews
    Description Gold Playa del Ingles - Adults Only is located 500 metres from the beach in Playa del Inglés. This modern hotel has a spacious pool area with stylish design, 2 pools, a hot tub and lots of loungers.

    "Very friendly staff and room, big and spotlessly clean. Very comfortable"

    ste2017. United Kingdom
  • £51

    Average price per night

    Hotel Boutique Bedandchic, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
    9.0 Superb 1,108 reviews
    Description Featuring stylish, air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, Bed&Chic Las Palmas is located just 400 metres from the beach in central Las Palmas.

    "The rooms were beutifully desigend, and very comfortable. The staff was nice and helpful and gave exellent recommendations for restaurants. Excellent location, 5 minutes walk to Las Canteras beach, shops,..."

    Dalit. Israel
  • £103

    Average price per night

    Hotel Cordial Mogán Playa, Puerto de Mogán
    9.1 Superb 1,762 reviews
    Description Cordial Mogan Playa Hotel is a large complex built in the style of a Canarian village. Set in tropical gardens, it features 2 outdoor swimming pool, spa and rooms with balconies.

    "All the staff were very friendly and helpful."

    Jennifer. Germany
  • £93

    Average price per night

    Seaside Los Jameos Playa, Puerto del Carmen
    9.0 Superb 1,227 reviews
    Description Situated on Los Pocillos Beach, the Canarian-style Los Jameos Playa offers outdoor pools surrounded by palm trees and 4 tennis courts.

    "The facilities were nice and very clean. Staff was very kind and helpful. Perfect spot to plant oneself in the sun for several days and not have to do much else. Kids loved the nightly entertainment...."

    Colette. USA
  • £93

    Average price per night

    BULL Reina Isabel & SPA, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

    BULL Reina Isabel & SPA

    Playa de las Canteras, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

    9.0 Superb 1,397 reviews
    Description Located on the beachfront of Las Canteras Beach in Las Palmas, Reina Isabel has a rooftop pool, a free spa and gym, and a sun terrace overlooking the Atlantic. Free parking and Wi-Fi are offered.

    "Everything was great especially the staff."

    Verica. Slovenia
  • £134

    Average price per night

    Hotel Las Costas, Puerto del Carmen
    9.1 Superb 1,078 reviews
    Description Located on Pocillos Beach, the rooms at Las Costas feature a private balcony, free WiFi, a microwave and fridge. It offers a gym, hot tub, and outdoor pool with sea views.

    "The breakfast and dinner buffets were excellent. The mini club for kids was great our daughter (5) loved it."

    Jacob. Czech Republic
  • £30

    Average price per night

    My City Hotel, Puerto de la Cruz

    My City Hotel

    Puerto de la Cruz

    9.0 Superb 259 reviews
    Description Set in Puerto de la Cruz, My City Hotel features an outdoor swimming pool, terrace and shared lounge.

    "Very nice ladies at reception. Allowed me to check in at 11am. Everything about the hotel is new and clean and everything worked well including wifi. New towels and linen. Spacious room. Even a little balcony above the street. Location is perfect, just two blocks from the main plaza. And the price of the room was very low. Best deal I've had in a month of traveling. It is very rare I've given a ten before."

    Frosty83. USA
  • £26

    Average price per night

    El Hotelito 27, Santa Cruz de la Palma

    El Hotelito 27

    Santa Cruz de la Palma

    9.2 Superb 213 reviews
    Description El Hotelito 27 features rooms in Santa Cruz de la Palma. Free WiFi is available and on-site parking is provided. Rooms come with a private bathroom, and certain units at the hotel have a balcony.

    "Everything is new, the style is very clean and bright. Only it seems that breakfast is not available so far - anyways, with that price someone cant expect breakfast :-D very close to the town center."

    Ludwig. Germany
  • £79

    Average price per night

    Hotel IG NACHOSOL ATLANTIC (Adults only), Puerto Rico
    9.0 Superb 176 reviews
    Description Hotel IG NACHOSOL ATLANTIC (Adults only) is a 4-star property located in Puerto Rico. Boasting ticket service, this property also provides guests with a restaurant.

    "The hotel is new and we’ll built. Great staff, good food and adults only. If you are looking for a nice place overlooking the beach with nice pool then this is the one. Great for chilling out and a 10 min walk down the hill to the town."

    Tony Boulger. Oman

Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Fuerteventura highlights

Maspalomas Dunes
The proximity to the African continent is palpable in this spectacular dune complex in the south of Gran Canaria.
Once buried under lava, this picturesque village now features natural salt-water pools, a castle, traditional buildings and tranquil squares.
With beautiful beaches, year-round sunshine and strong winds, Fuerteventura is a windsurfer's paradise.
Montañas de Fuego Mountains
Take in Timanfaya National Park's volcanic landscape from the park's mountain-top restaurant, which serves meat and fish roasted using geothermal heat.
Las Canteras beach and beachfront promenade
This long sandy beach, popular among locals and tourists alike, offers plenty of dining and entertainment options along the promenade.
Whale and dolphin spotting
The clear Atlantic waters that separate Tenerife from La Gomera are a paradise for whale-watching and dolphin-spotting.
Cofete Beach
With the backdrop of the Jandía mountains, this deserted expanse of sand offers a secluded beach experience accessible only by 4x4.
Jardín de Cactus
Designed by Cesar Manrique, this garden combines the ash grey of volcanic rock with the vivid green of the cacti.
Cave restaurants in Barranco de Guayadeque
Tucked inside the caves of the Guayadeque Canyon, a number of traditional Canarian restaurants offer curious specialities like 'wrinkly potatoes'.
El Teide
Enjoy the hiking, sunsets, and starlit nights in this Nature Reserve with a beautiful lunar-like landscape.

Eternal Spring in a Spainish Playground

Mention Spain’s Canary Islands and the talk automatically centres on the weather. The eternal spring climate makes booking your vacation easy. The year-round sun, endless beaches and remarkable volcanic landscapes are spread across 7 main islands and 13 in total.

Tenerife is the biggest island in the group, which also includes Spain’s tallest mountain at 3,718 metres, the volcanic Pico del Teide. This island also has the most number of hotels and resorts scattered along its 350 km of coastline. Booking.com can help you make the choice easier.

La Palma, nicknamed Pretty Island, is a good example of the dense forests and fertile valleys competing with desolate volcanic landscapes and a lack of natural water resources. Gran Canaria is the most diverse of all the Canary Islands and houses the largest population.

Agriculture, a traditional Canario pastime, has reemerged as an important economic pillar for the islands alongside the modern advancement of tourism. Snorkelling, windsurfing, endurance sports and golf draw sport enthusiasts while tempting wines and cheeses entice the gastronomes.

Tenerife has 2 airports both north and south, and Gran Canaria Airport is the other major entry point for international visitors. Whatever way you get there, it is clear that a trip to the Canaries is a trip to paradise.

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