Prizes and awards
Hotel awarded the Thomas Cook Marque of Excellence
EcoLeader TripAdvisor award
The Barceló Fuerteventura Thalasso Spa hotel has recently been granted the “GreenLeader” award.
This distinction is only received by establishments that are committed and capable of respecting the environment.
TripAdvisor Bravo Award
Our hotel has been awarded the TripAdvisor Bravo Award. This certificate is only awarded to the best hotels. That is why we are sharing our pride for this achievement and want to take this opportunity to thank our guests for choosing us.
We hope to continue being your favourite hotel and will strive to satisfy your expectations this year and in the years to come. It is, without a doubt, an exceptional achievement to win this award.
Thank you for making us worthy of this award!
Looking after our health and wellness has become a vital experience in developed countries and is now part of the contemporary cultural package, which is why it is gradually becoming a prime consideration when defining and planning a trip.
The importance of this segment in terms of attracting new tourism, its contribution to the de-seasonalisation of demand and its complementary nature to other segments of the Canary Islands' tourist services, make Health Wellness Tourism a key segment in the Islands' international tourism promotion. This value increases exponentially where promotion of this tourism segment complements the offer aimed at the high-end tourist profile through the golf and water sports segments.
All establishments awarded the Islas Canarias Wellness Delight seal will have demonstrated that they have complied with a series of requirements defined by Promotur Turismo Canarias S.A., guaranteeing the provision of specific products and services required by Health & Wellness Tourism.
Establishments that achieve the Islas Canarias Wellness Delight seal offer their guests exclusive wellness treatments and services using the Canary Islands’ own distinct natural resources (aloe vera, volcanic stones, etc.).
The Government of the Canary Islands has established the Canaries Family Destination, a seal of quality awarded to hotels, restaurants and leisure services that have demonstrated they provide the best services to meet the demands of family tourism.
Establishments that receive this award have entertainment programmes and a wide range of quality options, suitable for different ages.
From babies’ needs (with baby baths, cots, buggies, bottle warmers, baby food included in buffet meals, etc.) to older children, with menus specially designed to make lunchtime fun, entertainment programmes, a miniclub, children’s play centres and a library to keep them entertained at all times.
Canary Islands Water Sports Experience
Warm waters, ideal sea and wind conditions, different nautical settings and the sun and natural beauty are the first clues that identify the Canary Islands as a perfect place to learn, practice and take part in a whole range of water sports including sailing, surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing, diving and deep-sea fishing, among others.
Islas Canarias Water Sports Experience is a distinctive and select range of products and services which help visitors enjoy their nautical experience to the full in the archipelago. All establishments, infrastructures, ports, specialist centres, clubs, schools, etc. linked to the Islas Canarias Water Sports Experience guarantee users professional and high-quality services.
The Canary Islands’ natural wonders make them a unique European destination that offers great seaside experiences all year round.
The aim of the Islas Canarias Water Sports Experience is to let visitors take part in the most fascinating sea experiences, offering them endless possibilities: opportunities to learn, boat hire and all sorts of different equipment for all kinds of water sports, safe and modern ports, hotels, restaurants, services and maintenance personnel, competitions and large blue training areas.
Travelife is an international certification that helps hotels and establishments improve the way they manage the environmental and social impact of their activity. This includes the consumption of energy and water, how they treat their employees, and also their relationship with the environment and the community.