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This luxurious hotel is located in the north of Costa Teguise, alongside the sea. It is the only five stars Deluxe in the island of Lanzarote. Is located just 500 meters from the city centre of Costa Teguise, 2 km distance from the Costa Teguise Golf Club and 25 km from caves of Los Verdes and Jameos del Agua.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel overlooks the beach.
Distance from Airport
The airport is situated 11Km from the hotel.
The 253 rooms, decorated in the most attractive shade of green, combining marble, the finest cloths and the most elegant furniture, for the better part (all rooms have sea view) with spectacular views of the sea are arranged in steps to guarantee the privacy of the balconies, 24 hours room service and an endless range of details and facilities to ensure you are perfectly comfortable and provided with all you will need.
There are 253 deluxe standard rooms, 24 Junior Suite, two master suite and ten exclusive Garden Villas. A group of ten private villas situated in an exclusive garden, for those guests seeking privacy combined with the best service of a top class Hotel. Each villa has a private garden area and swimming pool, as well as a four-poster bed (balinesian bed) and dining area. Guests may choose the type of bedding and pillows preferred as the aromas for the rooms for each day and bathrobe and kimono are provided. Other facilities include cordless telephone, compact disc player with a selection of music, daily press, magazines, tea and coffee making facilities, a selection of fresh fruit and many other extras as a courtesy of the Hotel Management. Private pool area with exclusive Royal Service and free bar with selection of canapés and beverage from 10:00 - 18:00.
Food & Drink
The Hotel provides a wide range of services: a delicious breakfast buffet Restaurant Atlantida with the show-cooking style buffet with a food corner, where all the dishes will be made in front of the guests. The well-known a-la-carte Restaurant La Graciosa is surrounded by tropical gardens and fountains, with international cuisine. The restaurant Casa Canaria, copy the most typical old Canarian house construction with a fresh patio where you can choose between the three different specialities: La Bodeguita typical Spanish tapas, La Tarantella Mediterranean cuisine and Especias rice and seafood specialities. And a pool snack bar.
Sports & Entertainment
Enjoy the numerous facilities available for any kind of sports, which offer you the perfect combination of relaxing and keeping fit. There is a sport area, 3 tennis courts, and a gym. Relax in our Health & Beauty Centre. Hairdresser. The Golf Club Costa Teguise, with an 18-hole golf course, is only 2 km away. Adding the possibility to practice any kind of water sports nearby and also many others such as mountain bike, sportive fishing, delta wind, horse riding... in different parts of the island. The shopping Gallery with its jewellery, boutiques and clothes shop will give you the opportunity to satisfy almost all your wishes. The Guatiza bar with night-shows and live music. Outdoor heated swimming pool, three tennis courts, pitch & putt two holes and mini golf, Gym, sauna, massages and hydro-massage. Also internet corner, Social club and mini-club.
Catalogued between excellent Hotels with the charm of its own. The architect Fernando Higueras and the famous Lanzarotenian artist, Cesar Manrique, created the plans for this spectacular building. Cesar Manrique designed the pool area, the interior gardens and walls in the restaurant and the lobby. This flair full of flowers, plants and fountains leaves the impression of the Garden of Eden. For this reason, it is also called the Botanical Cathedral of the island. And most recently Hotel Museum due to all the works of art from different artists of the islands apart from Cesar Manrique, such as Pepe Damaso, Molez, Paco Curbelo, etc. As soon as you arrive at the Gran Melia Salinas, an icon of the Cultural Heritage of Lanzarote, you know you are in a very special place.
We stayed here in February this year for one week. We have been to Melia hotels many times before and have been impressed by the consistently good standards. This one was no exception. Food...
We stayed here in February this year for one week. We have been to Melia hotels many times before and have been impressed by the consistently good standards. This one was no exception. Food, accommodation and staff attitudes were all very good. The hotel itself is really quite striking and was designed by a relatively well-known local architect. Externally it does look a bit like the Starship Enterprise but internally has a very grand atrium with gardens and pools at the bottom as well as a lot of interesting art work and murals on the walls, which the staff are proud of. It's a bit out of scale in relation to the generally low rise building in Costa Teguise, but much less so than the monstrosity up the hill (Hotel Biarritz?). It doesn't deserve its five stars, however, as internally it's getting a bit tired. Some of the rooms could do with new wardrobes etc, or at least a new coat of varnish. But it's quiet and relaxing. Maybe a bit too much; lots of activities organised by the animation team, but few participants; so worth going for if you want personal attention. The animation staff were great - Cecilia, Beatrice and especially Lourdes who had only been there for three days when we arrived. Evening entertainment was pretty good too, though the bar staff weren't quite as amiable as the others in the hotel. Food is pretty good. However, and this might not be a popular view, I reckon that there is too much variety - more restricted choice and better quality would be preferable (some of the fresh meat, for example, wasn't great). But the a la carte restaurant that we tried was excellent and well worth the supplement. Pool was good, almost (but not quite) marred by the usual moronic 'towels on unoccupied sunbeds for hours' behaviour. Brits as well as others all guilty of this form of selfishness. There is a small beach right next to the hotel. The sea was a bit too cold to be comfortable in (I did go in for a dip). There have been a few negative comments about Costa Teguise. I thought it was fine. Clearly it has all been developed within the last 30 years or so, but it's all low rise and the little town square is really quite charming. We were there for the local carnival parade on the Saturday night. Brilliant..... The local people tried so hard to make it a big, colourful event, which it was. Not too sure that we'll be back to Costa Teguise - a bit too windy - but it's hard to fault the Melia Salinas Hotel.
We stayed for a week at the Melia Salinas. at Costa Teguise Lanzarote. We found the staff very helpful. The food was very good. We stayed on a half board basis. Plenty of choice on the breakfast and...
We stayed for a week at the Melia Salinas. at Costa Teguise Lanzarote. We found the staff very helpful. The food was very good. We stayed on a half board basis. Plenty of choice on the breakfast and the evening meal. The hotel overlooked a lovely bay, of which there was plenty of bars, a pint of Carling lager for 3 euro's.The island is known as the windy island, At times just a breeze. Be warned at times it got quite intense John Payne Doncaster
Excellent hotel, nice service Too much wind for the pool to be enjoyable, but can't really blame it on the hotel...
Excellent hotel, nice service Too much wind for the pool to be enjoyable, but can't really blame it on the hotel ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I haven't visited yet and I'm travelling in September. I'm wanting to enquire if a kettle is supplied in the sea view room. Also are pool towels supplied. Thanks. I would be grateful if you could...
I haven't visited yet and I'm travelling in September. I'm wanting to enquire if a kettle is supplied in the sea view room. Also are pool towels supplied. Thanks. I would be grateful if you could reply and let me know.
Many people come on holiday to Lanzarote in winter due to it’s renown as a perennially sunny hotspot, with blue skies and winter temperatures averaging around 18° Celsius. It’s the summer peak that the island is famed for though when temperatures soar to around 28° Celsius. If you’re too hot, splash into the pool or get some watersports in on the beach!
As UK, Courses or boosters sometimes advised: hepatitis A (not normally for package tourists).
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