This attractive apartment complex is located in the tourist center of Playa del Duque, about 600 m from beautiful sandy beaches. The apartment hotel comprises of three-storeys with a total of 210 accommodation units. Numerous shops and entertainment venues are located in the immediate vicinity, and the nearest public transport stop is just in front of the apartment hotel.
How far is the nearest beach?
El Duque is located 600 m from the beach
Distance from Airport
The hotel is situated 20km from the airport.
The tastefully decorated studios and apartments come with their own bathroom with hairdryer, a combined sleeping and living room, a kitchenette, a telephone, satellite TV, a hire safe, and a balcony or terrace. Apartments additionally include a separate bedroom. The studios adapted for disabled guests have baths with grab rails.
Food & Drink
The hotel has a restaurant which serves breakfast and dinner in a buffet style.
Sports & Entertainment
The outdoor grounds feature two swimming pools (one heated) and a separate children's pool, gardens, a snack bar, and a sun terrace with loungers and parasols laid out ready for use. Guests can also make use of the sauna and gym (with extra charge). Sports enthusiasts can play squash, billiards/snooker, table tennis or try out diving. Other facilities include a TV room, a cosy bar, and a restaurant,a conference room and a public Internet terminal(charges apply).Younger visitors can participate in the kids' club activities or let off steam in the play area. The hotel offers a varied entertainment programmes for adults and children.
A lovely place to stay, great rooms and wow our terrace was huge. The downside no air conditioning, not a massive problem but would have made a difference. Our terrace had table, chairs and sun...
Gran hotel Bahia del Duque is a beautiful hotel, with its own beach. The beach are is not owned by the hotel, so there are charges for renting lounge chairs. The hotel is around 20 years old and the rooms need a bit of redecorating, but they are clean and the service is great. If you book the hotel rooms in the concierge level, you can have a private breakfast, drinks, and tea service in the beautiful grand room, where your private concierge will make all your reservations during your stay, worth the 93 euro supplement. There are grocery stores and small boutiques right outside the hotel.
I am currently at these apartments and considering moving to another apartment or hotel. I am here with my girlfriend and 9 month old son, rooms are quite dated but I could deal with that as long as...
Apart from the spectacular views, beautiful garden, the nice rooms and the nice variation in different restaurants, this hotel has another superb unique quality: its people. The staff of this hotel is a treasure, they are so kind ,to a level i have rarely seen. You feel like a king here. This is THE place for a short winterstop. Thank you Bahia people !!
This was our first family holiday abroad (our son was 4 year old) First time all inclusive too. Booked through jet2. We paid for a superior studio. Requested studio on ground floor next to pool. We...
We were here in February and it is a stunning location, amazing spa (not overcrowded at all), great fitness and Tennis facilities. Service very good and friendly as well. The rooms are nice, but could be a bit bigger and lighter for the category. We will go again.
Weather not too good but can't blame the hotel for that! Excellent hotel and location. Tenerife is not our favourite destination but this hotel is so comfortable that one really doesn't need to go...
This is our second stay in the Bahia del Duque, a lovely hotel beside a clean, soft sand beach. Has quite an elegant, exclusive feel. Standards are high and service is attentive. In particular this is a good hotel for families. Children are welcomed and very much included. The pools, and kids club for our four year old were really well run. Our daughter only went when she felt like it but spent an hour two on most number of afternoons. The team are professional and caring. Gemma, Patricia, Miguel and Marina are very good. Overall the club which is included is of the standard you would get in a good quality nursery in the uk. There are lots of different craft and outdoor play activities. Lots of attention and fun. Children are called by name if staff see them somewhere else later. As it was half term the activities were even better than last year. I saw on a range of days two little ponies giving rides, a clown show, a parrot show, birds of prey, it's a knockout inflatables in one of the pools, a bouncy castle on another afternoon. All of a high standard and included. There was a very popular minidisco for half an hour in the evenings but it was the same Spanish songs and actions routine most nights and started at nine which many families thought was too late. Would be good to start at 2000 or 2030 and have some variety. Would also be good to play normal pop music before that unstaffed. The food was very good in some cases and in others mediocre and not consistent. Not many choices for children. This year those on half board could go to any of the restaurants not just the buffet which was a big improvement. The buffet is fine and beautiful presentation but there was a sense quite quickly that it was repetitive. Eg Desserts look grand but are really different presentations of the same three products night after night. Throughout our stay service was intelligent, friendly and readily on hand generally. We particularly enjoyed the food and service at Asia Khan where staff were really excellent and went the extra mile.
Costa Adeje holiday mean sun, and lots of it! The temperature here doesn't vary too much, with winter lows circa 15 to 20° Celsius, and summer highs nearing 30° Celsius. There's not much rain either, so if you want to get wet, dive into the pool or the warm Atlantic waters!
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