This luxury hotel is situated in a privileged location in an idyllic neighbourhood close to the beach and the Atlantic Ocean. From the hotel, guests are able to enjoy an enchanting view over the neighbouring islands of Lobos and Lanzarote. The well-known nature reserve with fine sand dune beaches is just 400 m from the hotel. The centre of Corralejo is 1.5 km away and offers plenty of shopping and entertainment venues. Public transport departs from a stop just 150 m from the building and there is also a taxi rank here.
How far is the nearest beach?
A mere 100m away
Distance from Airport
The hotel is located 36km from the airport
The elegant and stylish en suite rooms are fitted with a hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, a safe, Internet access, satellite/cable pay TV, a minibar, and individually regulated air conditioning. In addition, all rooms include either a balcony or terrace (it is also possible to book rooms with a sea view).
Sports & Entertainment
This hotel offers 2 swimming pools with paddling pools, Use of sun loungers and parasols is complimentary. The hotel additionally offers aerobics, spinning and a gym. There is a swimming pool with a hydro-jet, a Rasul bath, warm stone bench and revitalizing shower. Various other amenities can also be used for an additional fee. These include the spa area with sauna, steam room, 3 Jacuzzis, a massage service and a cosmetic service. The spa area is open to all guests over the age of 16.
Disabled facilities include wheel-in-showers, shower seats, toilet raisers and grab rails. Doors are 80cm wide. There is good access throughout the hotel and the surrounding area. Please contact our sales support department for details of how to book a disabled room at this hotel.
We've stayed at several hotels in the Canaries and this is the best so far. Great sea views, good food, fine facilities. Downsides are it's surrounded by half-built developments (presumably victims...
We've stayed at several hotels in the Canaries and this is the best so far. Great sea views, good food, fine facilities. Downsides are it's surrounded by half-built developments (presumably victims of the Spanish recession - they need to get out of the euro) and an excessive charge to use sunbeds on the 'pier'. Plus it would be nice if they could arrange some better weather. It was distinctly chilly at times. Luckily the hotel was good enough for it not to matter much.
amazing hotel, excellent service, beautiful location BUT clearly not interested in making it a family friendly destinantion in winter given their indoor spa policy- which is very surprising. the...
amazing hotel, excellent service, beautiful location BUT clearly not interested in making it a family friendly destinantion in winter given their indoor spa policy- which is very surprising. the hotel has a gorgeous spa - which is absolutely empty during the day other than 1-2 people ocassionally using it (we went there during Feb half term). at the same time the hotel does not allow any children in the spa which is a shame as it s not possible to use outdoor pool in winter when the weather outside is around or less than 20 degrees. i woudl recommmend the hotel to reconsider this policy if they do want to have appeal to families (their kids room is lovely - hence the indoor pool restriction is suprising and not logocal). we loved the grounds, the beach, the beach bar is stunning. Food is somewhat dissapointing, so we went for lunch and dinner to the local restraurants in Corralejo. breakfast is excellent though.
As a senior TA reviewer with 65 contributions I would agree with all postive comments in previous reviews made about this hotel. Excellently run hotel, fantastic breakfast...
As a senior TA reviewer with 65 contributions I would agree with all postive comments in previous reviews made about this hotel. Excellently run hotel, fantastic breakfast buffet,housekeeping/turndown all you would expect from a 5 star hotel. Only negative comment is that no complimentary water is offered in the room which I have never experienced before in a 5 star hotel especially when the hotel advises like this one does in the bathroom at the tap water is not suitable for drinking. Wifi works faster in the morning than afternoon or evening but is complimentary. Special mention to the hotel manager about the waiter working evenings in the bar ( didn't see his name) The bar was always full and I have never seen anywhere in the world just one waiter manage and serve so many guests at one time whilst keeping a smile and taking time for all the guests to make them feel welcome. I recommend this hotel to TA readers.
We have just returned from staying at the Bahia Real for 9 days where I celebrated my 40th birthday and what a wonderful place this was. Bahia Real is a beautiful hotel, the service was exceptional...
We have just returned from staying at the Bahia Real for 9 days where I celebrated my 40th birthday and what a wonderful place this was. Bahia Real is a beautiful hotel, the service was exceptional, the staff were brilliant, nothing was too much effort. The breakfast buffett was fabulous, with so much to enjoy. Dinner was also a great treat, looked forward to the attentive service and fabulous food every night, We dined at Yamatori, the Japanese restaurant one evening and what a truly brilliant dining experience. We also used the spa everyday, what a great way to chill out after a full day of lazing by the gorgeous pool or walking and enjoying the stunning views. As I celebrated my birthday, the reception staff were so helpful sorting out my surprise flowers and room service on the day, arranged by my husband. Lunch at Las Palmeras restaurant was another treat. Service again wonderful and the food sumptuous. This has been one of the best hotels and best holidays we have been on. A huge thank you to everone at the hotel for making our stay so special. Thank you especially to Raphael, Hanne, Maelle, Cristo, Clara, Carmen, Andrea, Tania Delia and Montse. We booked a Delux Junior Sea View Suite, beautiful room, spoilt for choice with luxury toiletries. Thank you once again and hopefully see you next year. Fatima
Corralejo enjoys year-round sunshine and very little rainfall. Average daytime temperatures vary between 16°C at the start of the year and 25°C during the peak months of July and August.
If that sounds a bit too hot, or if you're visiting with younger kids who are more sensitive to the sun, try taking a Corralejo holiday outside of peak time - perhaps in October or February when the island still enjoys mild weather of around 23° Celsius, so a tan is still possible! The island also receives mild north-easterly winds all year round, so you’ll receive a welcome breeze whatever time you visit. Take particular care during peak season, though, as the breeze can disguise the strength of the sun.
As UK, Courses or boosters sometimes advised: hepatitis A (not normally for package tourists).
European Style 2-Pin Sockets, 220/225V
No visa is required for a stay of up to 3 months