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Barceló Santiago

4/5

244 reviews


Excellent location and views of the Acantilado de Los Gigantes, La Gomera and El Teide
Excellent swimming pools
Spa Centre
Deluxe Rooms
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Occidental Jandía Playa

4/5

8558 reviews


Right next to the spectacular Jandía beach
The perfect hotel for couples
Deluxe Sea View rooms with Occidental+ service
Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
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Allegro Isora

4/5

1115 reviews


Close to Playa de la Arena beach
Family holiday: first child free
Comfort and facilities for families
U-Wellness Centre
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Occidental Jandía Mar

4/5

7437 reviews


Ideal for families
Pools, clubs and play areas for children
Right next to the spectacular Jandía beach
Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
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Barceló Castillo Royal Level

4.5/5

1360 reviews


Tranquillity and fabulous views right on the seafront
The first Royal Level for families
Swimming pool area with sea views
Wellness and Fitness Centre
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Surrounded by the Atlantic ocean and sheltered from the trade winds, these volcanic islands rising up out of the sea enjoy a spring-like climate all year round. The all-inclusive hotels and resorts in the Canary Islands reflect that colour and warmth, making these islands the perfect place for a holiday.

There is a varied range of options so you can design your holiday to suit your tastes. From visits to one of the four national parks to whale watching in Gran Canaria, water sports in Fuerteventura, or the comfort of an all-inclusive resort in Tenerife, there is a reason why visitors to the islands always want to come back for more.

All travellers return to the Canary Islands because no other archipelago in the world offers the advantages of an all inclusive stay in Lanzarote with pleasant year-round temperatures, the chance to gaze at the Atlantic from the peak of a volcano, or the luxury of scuba diving in spectacular sea beds.

Exclusive stays in the Fortunate Isles

The Canary Islands are one of the oldest tourist destinations in Spain. The concept of all-inclusive hotels in the Canary Islands came about as a pioneering alternative within Spanish holiday offerings. A much more exclusive way to discover the charms of islands that are best enjoyed from the tranquillity of luxury accommodation.

The all inclusive accommodation in Gran Canaria and Tenerife was among the first of its kind. Hotel facilities right next to the sea offering exclusive services for guests: spa, themed restaurants, fitness studios, swimming pools with bar service, day-time and evening entertainment, sports activities, and much more. A comprehensive selection of options for enjoying a stay during which any plan is possible.

All-inclusive holidays in the Canary Islands for the whole family

Destinations with the great climate that these islands in the Atlantic enjoy also have the advantage of being the perfect choice for an all inclusive short break with your family. While some prefer water sports such as jet ski excursions, parasailing or a day of scuba diving, others would rather go trekking in the mountains and canyons. And many guests take advantage of their stay in an all-inclusive hotel in Fuerteventura to enjoy time to relax and feel the fine sand of the idyllic beaches between their toes without a care in the world. The Canary Islands are a great option for families with different tastes as there is something for everyone to enjoy during this eclectic holiday experience.

There are so many trails to discover on these islands that first-time visitors are amazed to find a setting offering so much more than just a beach holiday. Although it is the varied coastline, with its sandy beaches, keys and volcanic stone that brought international renown to this archipelago, each island is a natural universe boasting the perfect balance of the blue of the coast and the green inland, providing oxygen and freshness to the other dune and desert landscapes.