Treats in Tenerife: Four high class family hotels

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Images by Jose Miguel and Peter & Michelle S used under the Creative Commons License.

SANTA CRUZ, Tenerife, Wednesday July 29, 2015 – Tenerife has long been a popular destination for year-round sun. There is a huge variety of travel companies offering cheap holidays, but that does not mean skimping on quality. Here are our top 4 picks of hotels whether you’re looking for a high standard but a low cost or splashing the cash on the lap of luxury we’ve got an option for you!

Holiday Village, Play De La Arena

If you’re looking for an all-inclusive without sacrificing quality, this may be the choice for you. There’s plenty for the whole family with three swimming pools, one even has its own waterslide, football pitch, bowling alley, tennis courts and a kid’s club. The spa is the perfect retreat for mum, with a wide selection of treatments and state of the art facilities including a sauna and whirlpool. This 4-star hotel doesn’t disappoint with food either. You can look forward to a variety of international cuisine with 3 restaurants to choose from and a staggering 7 bars.

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Images by Jose Miguel and Peter & Michelle S used under the Creative Commons License.

Hotel Arona Gran, Los Cristianos

Looking for a relaxing family holiday where you can truly unwind? The Hotel Arona Gran has everything you could ever want. Perfect for just lounging by the pool, staff will even bring drinks straight to your sun bed ensuring that you do not have to move a muscle. After a hard day of doing nothing, it is worth taking a wander. Situated just 500m from the centre of Los Cristianos and its plethora of bars and restaurants, if you do ever feel like leaving the comfort of the hotel then you will not be a loss for things to do.

Gran Hotel Bahia Del Duque Resort

Drawing inspiration from the design of traditional Canary villages from the 19th century, this hotel sits beautifully in its natural surroundings. You’ll enjoy direct access to the golden sands of del Duque beach and can take a stroll through the beautifully manicured gardens or relax at one of five swimming pools. The spa at this resort is a haven of pure relaxation with open-air treatment cabanas and signature treatments using products from skin specialist, Natura Bisse. Several restaurants offer something for everyone with options for both informal and formal dining. La Tasca is a particular favourite offering an outstanding menu of authentic tapas.

Gran Melia Palacio de Isora

This award-winning hotel is a contemporary retreat with all the services that you would expect from one of the top hotels on the island. The scenery is likely to leave you breathless with a beautiful view of the island’s volcano, Mount Tiede. It’s also home to one of the largest infinity pools in Europe. Suites have a Moroccan-inspired design with warm tones and a simple elegance. Expect a great choice of a la carte dining as well as buffets and live entertainment.

If none of these take your fancy, there’s plenty more options on this beautiful Island. If you’ve been to Tenerife, leave us a comment and let us know your thoughts. Where did you stay and what would you recommend?

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