I first visited The Bahia del Duque a few weeks after it opened in the 90's. At the time, my then 7 year old daughter described it as a "wonderland of dreams". We have since visited twice and the Bahia remains one of our favourite resort hotels. It is fair to say that the property has been kept in good condition, although we realised when we were allocated a different room to "freshen up" in before our evening departure that some of the rooms were in need of refurbishment, and the entry level rooms are quite compact. The sea view rooms that we had stayed in for the duration of our stay were fabulous - spacious with very well furnished bathrooms and plenty of wardrobe space. I would recommend making direct contact with the hotel regarding the room that you will be allocated to ensure that you have a refurbished room. It is also worth noting that rooms close to the staff service elevators can be quite noisy as breakfasts and room service are delivered. I would recommend taking a half board option, as the restaurants are all of a high quality and it is not easy to match the culinary experience provided by the hotel in nearby restaurants. The architecture of the Bahia remains one of it's strong points - you do not feel that you are in a large resort. It has a feel more akin to an Canarian village. We have always found the service to be very good. In all of our stays we have had no difficulty in finding a sunbed, and the beach being so accessible make a pleasant change if you fancy a different setting. The hotel is set on a hillside, so the walk to the beach may be a little arduous for anyone with walking issues, but for most people the walk is no more than a minor challenge. I would have no hesitation in recommending The Bahia del Duque to friends and family, and indeed have done so on several occasions. Since the Bahia opened, there are other hotels that claim a similar standard of accommodation and environment, but I have not yet found one that has tempted me enough to give up the established quality and elegance of the Bahia.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Bahia del Duque is a charming hotel inspired by the traditional Canarian architecture of the end of the 19th century. This adaptation of a tropical oasis rises majestically on the azure shores of the beautiful Duque Beach. Apart from the original 19 buildings of the resort, 40 exclusive villas designed by the prestigious interior decorator Pascua Ortega have been opened in January 2008. Additionally, the inauguration of the luxurious Spa is planned for this summer. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Gran Hotel Bahia Del Duque Adeje
- Gran Resort Bahia Del Duque
- Bahia Del Duque Tenerife
- Bahia Del Duque Costa Adeje, Tenerife