Find flights to Gran Canaria in Spain

Already planning your next holidays in Gran Canaria (Canary Islands, Spain)? Even when there is a varied offer of all-inclusive packages available, you may prefer to book your trip yourself and find accommodation online, thus being able to customise your escape to the island, whether a romantic or family one. Likewise, regardless of the fact that you are a city lover who wants to roam the old streets of Vegueta in the capital (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) or a tropical soul who longs for endless hours under the sun in Maspalomas, it is highly likely that you will find the perfect place to stay and the airline that best suits your trip dates and travel needs. Continue reading to find out more about the carriers operating flights to Gran Canaria, their origin airports, service frequency and flying times.

Flying to Gran Canaria from Germany

Whatever your hometown, you get the chance to fly to the Canary Islands from most airports in Germany. The average duration of a flight from Germany to Gran Canaria is a little more than four hours, and frequency varies according to the airline company, which may sell seats on an either regular or seasonal basis. TUI flies to LPA airport from Frankfurt and Hannover; Condor from Hamburg and Munich; Norwegian from Munich and Düsseldorf; Eurowings from Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Cologne Bonn and Hannover; Germania from Berlin Tegel and Ryanair from Berlin Schönefeld.

Flights to Gran Canaria from London

If you will be departing London towards sunny Gran Canaria, you can reach the island in about three hours and forty five minutes by flying non-stop with Ryanair or Jet2 (from Stansted airport), Easyjet, Norwegian Air Shuttle or TUI (from London Gatwick) or British Airways in codeshare agreement with Iberia (from London Heathrow).

Flying from UK to Gran Canaria

Connections from other airports in UK to Las Palmas operate periodically as well. By way of example, you can travel by air from Manchester, Birmingham and Cardiff with TUI; catch a flight from Bristol to Gran Canaria airport with Easyjet, or else fly with Jet2 from East Midlands, Newcastle, Glasgow or Leeds. Ryanair also links Manchester to this Spanish island.

Travelling within Spain: flights from the main Spanish cities to LPA

In case you are already touring Spain and decide to take a trip to the Canaries, you have a wide array of options to choose from: flying from Madrid to Gran Canaria with Iberia Express, Air Europa, Norwegian or Iberia; from Barcelona with Norwegian Air Shuttle or Vueling; from Seville with Vueling or Ryanair; from Málaga-Costa del Sol with Norwegian or from Alicante with Iberia Regional. While flying from the Spanish capital and the south make take less than two hours and a half, take into account that the average flight duration from Barcelona to Gran Canaria is about three hours.

Flights to Las Palmas

There are many other cities in Europe from which you can fly to Gran Canaria in Las Palmas province. The following are just some of them: Rome Fiumicino (including one stopover with Vueling airlines), Helsinki (with Norwegian or Finnair), Oslo (Norwegian or Scandinavian Airlines from both Tromso and Oslo airports), Brussels (with TUI or Brussels Airlines), Paris CDG and Lyon (with Vueling), Malmö (with Tui Fly), Stockholm Arlanda (with TUI or SAS), Dublin (Aer Lingus), Zürich (Edelweiss) and Lisbon (Tap Air Portugal).

Fly from Tenerife to Gran Canaria

Lastly, if you wish to make your holidays in the Canary Islands even better by visiting more than one island, know that regional airlines like Binter, CanaryFly or Air Europa Express sell cheap flights from Tenerife to Gran Canaria, as well as from other minor islands like La Palma, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. Should you wish to travel to La Gomera or El Hierro from Las Palmas, chances are that you will need to have a layover. Inter-island air commutes take from 30 minutes to one hour. Although they can be more expensive and take longer, ferry boats are an alternative means of transportation between islands in the archipelago.

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Gloria Palace San Agustín Thalasso & Hotel in Gran Canaria

Saying that the Gloria Palace San Agustín is a hotel with spa in Spain is an understatement: its facilities comprise the largest thalassotherapy centre in Europe, spanning over a surface of 7.000 square metres and offering top-quality treatments which complement its modern wellness circuit. Arguably one of the best hotels in Gran Canaria, this member of the Gloria Thalasso chain also provides guests with luxurious rooms and outstanding amenities.

Location / how to arrive

This ideal hotel in the Canary Islands is situated on a hill overlooking San Agustín beach, halfway between Bahía Feliz and Playa del Inglés and the adjacent Maspalomas Dunes. Surrounded by a residential neighbourhood, this 4-star resort is perfect to relax and disconnect thanks to the tranquillity and good climate that characterise the area.

Twenty-four kilometres separate LPA, the airport of the island, from the Gloria Palace Thalasso San Agustín. Bus lines 01, 36 and 90 (turquoise coaches) depart from the platforms across the airport parking and have a stop opposite San Agustín’s shopping mall. To reach the hotel, go upstairs towards the bridge but continue in the direction of the hills. If you plan to carry heavy luggage, you are advised to take a taxi instead; the journey will cost 35 euros approximately.

The establishment puts a shuttle service at the guests’ disposal to commute to and from nearby beaches every day. However, all you need to do to get to the nearest seashore is cross the aforementioned bridge and take a short stroll down to the beach.


The Gloria Palace is a hotel with spa in Gran Canaria featuring fully equipped rooms and suites resembling studio apartments with lots of natural lighting, comfortable beds and air-conditioning. They can accommodate couples, groups and families (up to 3 adults and 2 children). Most have a balcony with stunning sea views. Check the nightly rates and availability that suit your travel needs and dates.

Thalassotherapy Centre in Las Palmas, Spain

Each admission pass to the Gloria Palace Wellness Centre grants the right to stay in the thalasso circuit for as long as 2 hours, thus benefitting from the healing and invigorating effects of different levels of water pressure and seawater massage on every part of our body. This circuit includes an indoor and an outdoor section, as well as deck chairs and lockers. Bathrobes and flip flops are provided at no cost.

When you make a reservation at the Gloria Palace Thalasso & Hotel in Las Palmas, you may choose promotional rates including free spa sessions, so pay attention to the specific conditions of each room modality.

Other services for guests

There are many other extra amenities that you will find in this Spa hotel in the Canary Islands that is close to the beach. We have gathered a few of them below:

  • Assorted daily breakfast buffet
  • Swimming pools
  • Gardens
  • Sun beds
  • Rooftop swimming pool, gym and tennis courts (for an additional fee)
  • Onsite a-la-carte restaurant
  • ATM
  • Tourist information
  • Car rental
  • Onsite shops
  • Beauty salon
  • Laundry and ironing services (for a nominal fee)
  • Safety boxes
  • Meeting spaces for banquets and events

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A trip to La Palma in the Canary Islands: SPC airport and the astronomical observatory

Even though it is not one of the main islands in the Canarian archipelago of Spain, La Palma Island in the Atlantic Ocean has its own unique allure: its volcanic origin turns out to be perfectly compatible with exuberant vegetation featuring local species and astounding landscapes. Furthermore, the “isla bonita” -as it is commonly referred to- is home to the Observatory of Roque de los Muchachos, which accommodates one of the most technologically advanced telescopes in the world. For these reasons, La Palma is not only a destination for those who enjoy hiking and sunbathing, but also for astronomy lovers who want to fulfil their life-long dreams.

For disambiguation purposes, it must first be clarified that La Palma Island neither is nor belongs to Las Palmas province, as many tend to mistake one term for the other or believe they are the same place. La Palma belongs to the Santa Cruz de Tenerife province, and is located in the western half of the archipelago, while Las Palmas is the eastern province of the Canary Islands, comprising Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. It has nothing to do with Palma de Mallorca in the Balearic Islands either.

Flying to La Palma airport in Spain: terminals and airlines

The airport in La Palma island has only one terminal and its assigned IATA code is SPC. You may fly to La Palma from other airports in the archipelago by booking your flight with regional airlines, yet there are also domestic and international connections available from many European cities, namely Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin (Schönefeld and Tegel), Brussels, Copenhagen, Düsseldorf, Stockholm (Arlanda), Frankfurt, Hamburg, Helsinki, London (Gatwick), Madrid, Munich, Oslo, Stuttgart and Zurich.

Some of the airlines flying to La Palma in the Canary Islands from cities across Europe include Germania, Tui, Condor, Easyjet and Vueling. Eurowings and Transavia have codeshare agreements with the aforementioned companies to cover such routes.

How to get from La Palma airport to the Astronomical Observatory in Roque de los Muchachos

The Astronomical Observatory in La Palma is situated on the highest point of the island, right next to Caldera de Taburiente National Park. If you travel to La Palma, chances are that you will be staying in the capital city (Santa Cruz de La Palma), less than 30 minutes away by bus, or in Tazacorte or Los Llanos de Aridane, both municipalities about 40 minutes away by car. However, should you need to go straight from the airport to Roque de los Muchachos, you will need to rent a car or else take a taxi for this journey, which costs around 50 euros and lasts 1 hour and 20 minutes.

Passenger services in La Palma airport

You must always arrive in time for check-in and boarding, but take into account that this one is a small terminal building and so you are advised not to arrive too early (that is, four hours earlier than your departure time). There are cafeterias with snacks, take-away food and drinks both in the public and restricted zones, a duty free shop and a local-products store for your last-minute souvenirs in the boarding area. Passengers may use the free WiFi connection provided by Aena, the business centre and a kids playground. The car rental offices are located in the arrivals hall.

Accommodation in the island of La Palma in Spain

Travellers who are looking for a different sort of paradise can also enjoy the perks of booking their hotel in a less-crowded sunny destination. Check out our recommended hotels in La Palma: a beach resort in the Canary Islands, the “Sol La Palma” in Puerto Naos, and a 4-star hotel in the municipality of Breña Baja (H10 Taburiente Playa).

Touring Spain: best trips to the Iberian Peninsula and the islands

Many travellers who visit Spain for the first time feel so seduced by the Spanish culture that they decide to come back to continue exploring its vast geography. Despite the common language and similar customs and traditions found across regions, it could be said that the Spanish territory comprises a whole range of diverse realities and so it offers many different travel experiences to suit everyone’s taste: countryside, urban or beach escapes; leisure, gastronomy or culture-oriented; pilgrimages, wellness retreats or sports events. If you have been to the North of Spain and then you head South, you will probably develop an entirely new perception of the country, a contrast that will intensify if you take a trip to the islands, or have a business stay in Madrid, the capital.

Below, you will find ideas for your travels around Spain -from city trips to island hopping-, as well as recommendations on the best ways to travel within Spain and what to do and see in each region.

City trips in the Iberian Peninsula, Spain

Madrid. How to get there: some of the major airlines flying to the Spanish capital regularly are Air Canada, Delta, American Airlines, Iberia, Norwegian Air Shuttle, LATAM, Air China, Ryanair and Finnair. Besides, if you are staying in another Spanish city, check whether you can take this trip by high-speed train, as the AVE network connects Madrid to Seville, Barcelona, Valencia, Málaga and Alicante, among others. What to do in Madrid: the capital of Spain is home to the country’s best theatres and art galleries; do not leave without visiting El Prado Museum and El Retiro Park.

Alicante. Best ways to get there: fly from abroad with Aeroflot, British Airways, Easyjet, Eurowings, Wizz Air, Lufthansa, Iberia, Ryanair, Finnair or KLM, or catch a high-speed AVE train from Madrid. Holiday trip to Alicante in Spain: do not miss the Port, Santa Barbara Castle, the Explanada de España promenade and El Palmeral park.

Valencia. How to get there: by high-speed AVE train or by air flying with Alitalia, Eurowings, Transavia, Royal Air Maroc, Wizz Air, KLM, Lufthansa, Ryanair, Iberia, Vueling, Air Europa or Aeroflot. What to do in Valencia, Spain: enjoy the sunny weather and the typical paella dishes, but make time to visit the City of Arts and Sciences and the Central Market.

Barcelona. Flights and train tickets:  even when you can travel from Paris to Barcelona by train or coach (Renfe/TGV), the airplane is the fastest and sometimes cheapest means of transport for this journey. Transavia, LOT, Norwegian, Ryanair, Vueling/Iberia, Turkish Airlines, Emirates, Etihad, Eurowings, Air France, American Airlines, El Al and Korean Air operate scheduled flights to the main airport of Catalonia. Main tourist attractions in Barcelona: the Sagrada Familia by architect Antonio Gaudi, Barceloneta beach, the Gothic Quarter and the Camp Nou Football Stadium.

Santiago de Compostela. Ways to get there: unless you are a pilgrim planning to complete the Way of St James on foot, you will like to know that Aer Lingus, Iberia, Air Europa, Vueling, Lufthansa and Ryanair operate flights to Santiago in A Coruña. A trip to Santiago: stay in the Old Town and soak in the views of Obradoiro Square and the Cathedral, and do not leave without trying at least some octopus tapas and a portion of the authentic Torta de Santiago.

Spanish islands: the Balearics and the Canarian archipelago

The Balearic Islands. You may think that idyllic Ibiza, commonly referred to as the white island, is a destination just for party-goers, but you will be surprised to know that in the low season it is just as tranquil and peaceful as Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera. Find out more about how to find flights to Palma de Mallorca airport and Ibiza.

The Canary Islands. While Iberia regional, Vueling and Air Europa are the main carriers flying between mainland Spain and the islands, Binter and CanaryFly offer regular daily flights between the different islands of the archipelago -even to and from the minor ones; ferry boats are an alternative option. What to do in the Canaries: one of the greatest advantages of this destination is that you can take an urban trip to one of the two big capitals – Santa Cruz de Tenerife or Las Palmas de Gran Canaria-, choose a rural stay instead in order to explore their volcanic side or find a hotel or resort in any of the stunning beaches of the Canary Islands.

A trip to Southern Spain

Sevilla, Málaga and Granada. Flights and trains: Madrid and Barcelona are connected to Southern Spain by train, but you can also fly direct with Iberia, Vueling or Air Europa and reach your destination in less than two hours. What to see and do in Southern Spain: get lost in the charming neighbourhoods of Seville, enjoy the gastronomy and hospitality of the south, take a trip to the wonderful Alhambra (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) or treat yourself to a luxury vacation in Puerto Banús.

The best rural houses in Gran Canaria island, Spain

Although they are popular for their beaches and holiday resorts, there is an alternative way for nature and adventure travel lovers to enjoy everything the Canary Islands have to offer. While all-inclusive vacation packages may leave little room for spontaneous activities and unplanned roaming, choosing rural accommodation instead enables visitors to have a completely different experience in which breathtaking views, hiking excursions and homemade local cuisine will undoubtedly play a main role. What is more, if you still would like some vitamin sea during your trip to the Canaries, know that many rural houses are not too far away from the coast, meaning that you will be just a short drive from both options.

If you are starting to plan your trip, you may be wondering which Canary Island suits your travel preferences and needs best. This time, we are going to recommend a selection of rural houses in Gran Canaria, the capital island of Las Palmas province. Our recommendations are located in the northern area (Teror and Moya), the central district known as Tejeda and the picture postcard town of Mogan, and feature capacity for groups and families, equipped kitchens and bathrooms and, in some cases, open-air swimming pools, terraces and stunning landscape views. Continue reading for more.

Rural house in the north of Gran canaria: Doña Margarita

This rural accommodation in Teror -Gran Canaria– consists of an apartment comprising two double bedrooms with access to a kitchenette with microwave, fridge and coffee maker, free WiFi and safes, among other guest amenities. It has a beautiful rooftop terrace where you can eat and soak in the views. Casa Rural Doña Margarita is situated in the heart of the old town, which boasts impeccably well-preserved traditional canarian architecture; as a matter of fact, the accommodation itself is in a remodelled 18th century building. Teror centre is far away from both the major urban areas in the island and the eminently touristic zones, yet you will be only a 30-minute drive away from the capital city (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) and less than one hour by car from the airport.

Rural accommodation in Gran Canaria: holiday home El Roble in Moya

El Roble rural house in Gran Canaria is found in Fontanales, in the north of the island. It is considered to be a country home and a holiday house offering guest amenities such as barbecue, garden, outdoor pool, fully-equipped kitchen, washing machine, dining area and fireplace, all of it surrounded by the stunning views of volcanic valleys telling the story of the “guanches” who fought against the Castilian conquerors centuries ago. Other perks of choosing this rural house in Moya, which has capacity to accommodate groups or families, include the privacy it affords and its private parking spaces.

Rural house in Tejeda, Gran Canaria

Tejeda is a charming village, home of the “Roque Nublo”, an iconic volcanic rock that long ago became the symbol of the island. For that reason, this rural house in Gran Canaria was called “El Rincón del Nublo”. It features two double guest rooms and a sofa bed, satellite TV, complimentary WiFi, appliances, bathroom, dining area and parking spaces, aside from an ample terrace with barbecue amenities. The area is quiet and tranquil, and the specific spot where this rural accommodation in the island is conveniently located invites to take hike tours to discover the nearby pine forest, almond trees and local restaurants serving the most delicious typical canarian dishes.

Rural stay in the south of Gran Canaria

Best known for its beach resorts, the south of the island also offers the opportunity for a rural stay, as is the case with Los Pinos rural house in Mogán, Gran Canaria. This option is located in the beautiful small town of Mogan, where guests will be in contact with nature while also close to its popular port. Inside the accommodation, travellers will benefit from its cosy rooms, the swimming pool, the relax area, the WiFi connection and fully-equipped kitchen and bathroom; outside, they can rent a bike, join a sightseeing tour, enrol in a diving or fishing class or eat at a local bar featuring live music performances. Even though Mogán is on the southernmost point of the island, only 37 kilometres separate it from the Maspalomas Dunes, and you can drive straight to Gran Canaria airport thanks to the easy access to the GC-1 motorway.

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Buses to and from Gran Canaria airport (Las Palmas, Spain)

Travellers who arrive in Las Palmas airport (locally known as Gando) are normally headed either towards the financial district of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (in the north-east) or towards the holiday resorts and beaches of the south, located in well-known areas like Maspalomas, Playa del Inglés, Arguineguín and Puerto de Mogán. In this post, you will learn how to go from Gran Canaria airport to the beach as well as to the capital of the island, and the reverse journey.

The local bus company, Global, makes several lines available to commuters so that they can reach any of the destinations above inexpensively, smoothly and as quickly as possible. After landing in Gran Canaria airport, we must walk to the interisland terminal and go across the street. Next, if we go through the parking lot, signposts guiding us to the bus stops will appear soon. Most services run between 6a.m. and 11p.m., plus there is even a night bus covering the route between Las Palmas and the south. You will find detailed info about the specific bus line that will take you to your final destination below.

Where to stay in Gran Canaria

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Accommodation in Playa del Inglés near the Maspalomas Dunes

Hotels in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

Transport from Gran Canaria airport to the capital city of the island

If we want to travel to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria from the airport, the best choice during the day is bus line 60, a non-stop service specifically designated to transport travellers from and to the airport. It has two main termini in the city: San Telmo (near the old town of Vegueta, with single tickets at 2,30€) and Santa Catalina (in the heart of the commercial district, single tickets being 2,95€). Other alternatives are lines 91 and 01, both of which make a considerable number of stops along the way. During the night, bus 05 is the only one covering the route to Las Palmas.

Travelling from Gran Canaria airport to the south of the island

If our final destination is Vecindario, Playa del Inglés or Maspalomas, we need to hop on the bus 90 or the 66 one. Depending on where we get off, ticket prices may range between 3,50 and 4 euros. Public transport from Gran Canaria airport to the beach (Puerto Rico) or from Mogán to the airport costs 5,45€ when taking bus line 91, the only one making this longer but more than worthwhile journey.

Other ways to get from Las Palmas airport to your hotel or apartment

If you would rather spend a little more money so as to get around more comfortably or on your own, bear in mind that you can also rent a car on the -1 level of Gran Canaria airport building, take a taxi or hire private shuttle services. Likewise, you are advised to confirm whether your accommodation in the island will provide you with complimentary transfers; you will find the courtesy hotel shuttle area next to the taxi ranks on the underground parking.

A quick guide to Lanzarote airport (ACE) in Spain

Lanzarote is the island of the Spanish Canarian archipelago that is located furthest to the east. Its unique landscapes, heavenly beaches and alluring holiday apartments and hotels have become a magnet for tourists looking for a different sort of vacation and adventurers wanting to take hikes to breathtaking places. If you are flying to the Canary Islands soon, find below a practical guide to find your way around the two terminals of Lanzarote airport, use public transportation from there and visit the Aeronautical Museum within a short walk from the airport parking.

Terminal 1 of ACE airport in Spain

Lanzarote airport’s T1 is the larger of the two and all domestic and international flights are operated from it. The ground floor accommodates the baggage claim area and the arrivals hall; once outside, you may rent a car or hire a shuttle to commute to your hotel in Lanzarote island. You will also find a bar, toilets and a tourist information office on this level.

On your day of departure, you will need to go up to the first floor, where the check-in desks are located. Before going through the security filter you may have a light meal at Caffé Ritazza or get some magazines and last-minute gifts at Hudson News but, in any case, there is a broader choice of restaurants and shops awaiting you in the only-for-passengers boarding area.

Walking between terminals

You can walk both from T1 to T2 and from T2 to T1; in fact, they are adjacent buildings. However, if you land in one of them and need to go to the other, know that there is a ramp in the parking across the street connecting them. From T1, you will have to walk straight ahead and then go up the ramp, and from T2 you will need to go across the street and then down the ramp.

Terminal 2 of Lanzarote airport in the Canary Islands

T2 is home to Canaryfly and Binter Canarias, the two airline companies operating interisland flights and even some intercontinental routes to destinations in Africa in the case of Binter. The terminal is quite small and, after landing, you can collect your baggage, step outside, and easily find the car rental offices.

When departing, you need to go back to this very same place, check in at the corresponding counter (all of them are facing the main entrance) and find the security filter to your right. If you feel like a cup of coffee or a hot sandwich before taking off, you are advised to visit Caffé di Fiore in the public area, since only two vending machines are available for passengers in the restricted departures lounge. On a brighter note, there are many power outlets to charge your mobile devices free of charge while you wait to board the plane.

Commuting from Lanzarote airport to Arrecife

Right outside T1 on your left and conveniently signposted you will find a bus stop where lines 22 (operating on week days) and 23 (operating during the weekend) of the Intercity bus company pick up and drop off travellers. These buses can take you to Arrecife bus station, only 10 minutes away, from which you may commute to most points in the island or get to your hotel in Lanzarote. A single ticket to Arrecife costs 1,40. It must be noted that the aforementioned bus lines also stop in Playa Honda before reaching the capital.

The Aeronautical Museum of Lanzarote airport

This museum, situated within a short stroll across the parking of T2 and across the road from Aena’s headquarters in Lanzarote is actually the original first terminal building from which flights departed and landed between 1946 and 1970. It keeps part of its apron and its control tower, and showcases faithful reproductions of different sections of the terminal as they used to be in the past, along with invaluable objects such as radio stations, telegraphs, scales and staff uniforms.

Aviation lovers will surely enjoy the room dedicated to spotters and their pictures, and art enthusiasts will get to know more about Cesar Manrique’s contribution to the decoration of the old and new terminals. Additionally, the aeronautical museum regularly hosts temporary exhibitions. It remains open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 to 14:00 and admission is free.

Hotels near Maspalomas beach in Playa del Inglés, Gran Canaria

When all you need is a holiday to disconnect and unwind in a nice place under the sun, we advise you to book accommodation in Playa del Inglés, one of the best beaches in the Canary Islands, Spain. Its shore extends from the neighbouring San Agustín waterfront to the Dunes of Maspalomas, while the naturally quiet surroundings offer a wide array of local shops, restaurants, minimarkets, entertainment businesses and services.

Travelling to Playa del Inglés from Gran Canaria airport

Provided that you rent a car or hire a shuttle service, it takes just 20 minutes to commute between Las Palmas airport and the south of the island by driving along the GC-1 highway. Also, Global bus lines 36 and 90 heading to Faro de Maspalomas pick up travellers at the airport parking twice an hour and make stops near many apartments and hotels in Playa del Inglés. A taxi ride costs 34 euros approximately.

There are plenty of affordable, good value for money beach accommodation options in this area for couples and families alike. See our recommendations below.

Beverly Park Hotel in Playa del Inglés, Spain

A short stroll separates this 3-star hotel in the south of Gran Canaria from the seashore. Besides, when you are inside the facilities, you may decide to enjoy the beautiful sights and calm of its tropical gardens, or spend time at their open-air pools, tennis courts or wellness premises. When it’s time to eat, indulge in the varied gastronomic choice offered by the restaurant buffet or stop by the onsite supermarket. Special attention is paid to the youngest guests, who can play at the kids club and other areas specifically designated for them.

Extras –for an additional fee- include beauty salon services, laundry, ironing and tickets to the main tourist attractions in the island. All rooms have air conditioning, satellite TV, en suite bathroom and private balcony. WiFi access is available at an extra cost. The range of occupancy types goes from suites, individual rooms and double, twin or triple ones to family rooms with sea views. Check nightly rates for your stay in this hotel near the beach in Playa del Inglés.

IFA Buenaventura Beach Hotel in Gran Canaria

The Ifa Buenaventura, part of the renowned Lopesan hotel chain, is a family-friendly hotel in Gran Canaria, located close to the beach in the heart of Playa del Inglés. It has swimming pools both for children and adults, and its entertainment program as well as its gastronomic offer also cater to the specific needs of the young and the not-so-young guests.

Whether featuring garden or pool views, the rooms you book will have the perfect arrangement and space for you and your loved ones to stay, rest and enjoy the private bathroom and terrace, alongside the amenities outside like, for instance, the two onsite buffet restaurants, the snack-bar or the table tennis court. WiFi can be used for a small charge. Make your reservation at this hotel in Playa del Inglés today.

HL Suite Playa del Inglés, 4-star hotel in Gran Canaria

Only 100 metres away from the sand –you just need to go down some flights of stairs- and ideally situated next to the promenade and several convenience stores, this 4-star hotel in Playa del Inglés offers free WiFi, an outdoor pool and a rooftop terrace. Every room is spacious and has been nicely appointed with a balcony, a TV set, minibar and kitchenette. Guests may enjoy the finest local dishes at the onsite restaurant and have breakfast at the buffet every morning.

All suites and standard rooms have in-room safes and may feature a cradle and different bed arrangements. Daily maid service is provided. You can either book your holiday at this beach hotel in Gran Canaria or go on searching for your perfect accommodation in the Canary Islands.

NH Hotel in Las Canteras Beach (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain)

Planning your business trip to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain? The NH Hotel Playa Las Canteras might just be your best choice when looking for a hotel in Gran Canaria if you are travelling to the city for business purposes.

It is located at Prudencio Morales Street, within walking distance of the beach, and its nightly rates start from 80 euros, offering 67 standard rooms with satellite TV, mini-bar and complimentary Wi-Fi connection.

Hotel rooms in Las Canteras beach

The different lodging options include family Rooms (3 beds +baby cot), standard individual or double rooms, triple rooms and hotel rooms with terrace. The dining offer is found some metres away at NH Hotel Imperial Playa, where the daily breakfast buffet is served and you can enjoy delicious dishes and drinks in the restaurant.

Business trip to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Whether on vacation or during a business stay in this hotel in Las Palmas (the capital of the Spanish island of Gran Canaria), guests are given the chance to use other services such as paid parking, foreign currency exchange, laundry facility, wake-up service and free high speed Wi-Fi throughout the premises.

Pets are not allowed except for guide dogs, you can check-in from 15:00 and check-out must be done before 12:00, they provide baggage-hold service in case you want to sunbathe on the beach until your time to leave for the airport arrives as well as tourist information, safes and press.

Getting around in the capital city of Gran Canaria island

Regarding transport, the area is extremely well connected to the most relevant places and attractions in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria by bus, and you can even visit top sites like the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium by Las Canteras Beach, the “Mercado del Puerto” (Port Market) and “El Muelle” Shopping Mall on foot.

Should you need to book hotel rooms in Spain when staying in the Canary Islands, we advise you to consider this NH Hotel in Las Canteras: great location and good value for money.

Find out more at: NH Playa Las Canteras

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