The magnificent Las Villas Del Duque are located in the idyllic setting of The Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque Resort, voted repeatedly as one of the world's most luxurious holiday experiences.
The beautiful Villa Las Retamas Del duque are two-storey duplex villas with one bedroom and a spacious bathroom in basalt stone with a natural skylight, a kitchenette and living room-dining room. They each have a total surface area of 256 m², 86 m² of which is terrace with outdoor dining room and private swimming pool.
Built in volcanic stone, the design, in a classic and elegant style, is the result of the fitting combination of light, space and colour, created by the prestigious interior designer Pascua Ortega. Each one of the Villas offers 24hr butler service, a la carte aromatherapy baths, Bang & Olufsen music equipment, and Aqua di Parma bathroom amenities. The spacious living rooms, terraces and gardens complete the luxury facilities that provide natural continuity between the indoors and outdoors.
The Villas offer exclusive terraces and services for its guests. The welcome, which takes place in the Private Villas Reception, situated alongside the reading area with views out to their own exclusive large swimming pool, is the first example of the peace and absolute privacy which will accompany our guest's throughout their stay (there are 5 other pools in the 9-acres of landscaped gardens the Resort has to offer).
The Restaurant Las Aguas, with its unique and select atmosphere, completes de Villas area, where the exquisite gastronomic choice is accompanied by an excellent wine cellar offering a worldwide selection of wines. The spectacular views from the restaurant make the dining experience a delight for all the senses. There are 9 other restaurants at the Resort including Italian, Oriental and French for you to sample.
The Villas enjoy direct access to The Duque Beach and the magnificent sports facilities at the Resort offer all sorts of water sports, as well tennis, squash and paddle tennis. Golf lovers will enjoy the Pitch & Putt and benefit from the agreement the hotel holds with the ten Golf courses on the Island, five of which are very close to the Hotel.
For our youngest guests the team of entertainers at the Miniclub El Duqui prepare a daily activity programme which turn every minute of the day into an adventure. The Villas also offer a babysitting service available for are youngest guests.
The Spa Bahía del Duque, surrounded by aromatic gardens, offers a sensory experience which invites you to take in the atmosphere of relaxation and well being that envelops it. Lying in the shadows of the palm trees which surround the Thalassotherapy circuit, or experiencing the outdoor vitality pool with its warm natural sea water, that allows you to enjoy both the benefits of the ocean water and the sun, create unique and unforgettable experiences. Our guests can enjoy exclusive areas and spaces, reconciling body and mind, thanks to the complete treatment and ritual menu, based on natural products, offered by the Spa Bahía del Duque.
These villas each have a total surface area of 440 m², 246 m² of which is terrace, outdoor dining room and private swimming pool. They have two bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchenette and living room-dining room.
The 2nd week half price offer is not applicable to this villa.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
The largest island of the Canaries, Tenerife is interesting for the wide range of landscapes it offers.
The beautiful scenery throughout the Canary Islands and their Atlantic culture contribute to the pleasures derived from the island climate and the sea without having to give up nature excursions or cultural visits. This is especially true on the island of Tenerife, where the marked contrasts and dramatic beauty of its scenery, as well as the rich traditions, can be indulged in at the two large, renowned tourist centers: one in the fertile north, the other in the sunny south.
Puerto de la Cruz is the oldest tourist center in the Canaries. Since the 19th century, it exists as a famous place of rest and relaxation due to its mild climate and lovely surroundings. It is located by the sea at the foot of the fertile Orotava valley on the northern coast of the island. The harbor is an enclave that blends with the tropical valley, and its streets, filled with trees and flowers, are ideal for strolling. Particularly lovely are the Paseo Marítimo promenade and Lake Martiánez, a dramatic area of natural pools created by the great artist from Lanzarote, César Manrique. In the outskirts of the city, there are lovely spots that should not be missed, including the prestigious Botanical Gardens, and the aviary, Loro Park. A large number of excursions to all kinds of places of interest are possible from here by foot and by car, only a short distance from the city.
Another way to enjoy the sun and sea is at the tourist resorts of the south, where it is more arid and with a better climate. Playa de las Américas-Los Cristianos certainly stands out with its wide variety of lodgings, restaurants, bars, night spots, and other amenities for the comfort of the tourist. All along the southern coast, there are other smaller resorts, including El Médano for windsurfing, Costa del Silencio and Los Gantes; each one with a personality of its own.
The southern part of the island is perfect for relaxing on the beach, swimming in the sea, and practicing water sports, especially windsurfing.
Farmlands Under the Volcano
Of all the attractions in the Canary Islands, the imposing Pico de Teide volcano, the highest mountain in all of Spain, is undeniably one of the most well-known. It rises 3,718 meters (12,195 ft.) above sea level from a large volcanic depression located at an altitude of 2,000 meters (6,560 ft.) in the central part of the island of Tenerife. This assembly of strange forms and colors of solidified lava, exclusive flora, and the geological singularity make Teide National Park the most visited one in Spain.
The amiable and garrulous nature of the people in Tenerife relish the celebrations and festivals. Many traditional festivals have been preserved on the island, including the famous Carnavales. There are few islanders who do not prepare their Carnival costumes months in advance or who don't form part of a group of minstrels.