Reina Isabel Hotel

For a luxurious hotel in a stunning setting, Reina Isabel Hotel hits the spot. There’s a beach right on the doorstep , as well as shops, restaurants and bars just along the promenade.

Stealing the show, though, are the rooftop pool, bar and a la carte restaurant with beautiful views. The spa is also worth a mention. It has a state-of-the-art flotation pool, as well as massage beds and salt cabins.

Overview of Las Palmas

When you head on a holiday to Gran Canaria, you’ll discover natural beauty at every turn. Las Palmas, home to the Reina Isabel Hotel, is Gran Canaria’s capital. Here, sumptuous beaches and sublime architecture mix to superb effect. In this city of sunshine, you’ll find a seaside city like no other.

Whether you’re looking for sensational shopping, history and heritage or top-notch wining and dining, you’ll find them right here.

Things to do in Las Palmas

At the Reina Isabel Hotel, you’re right next to a promenade with shops, restaurants and bars. These are the perfect places to take in the views with a refreshing drink during the day, or enjoy an evening meal.

But, life here isn’t all about the beach. There’s plenty of history and culture on the doorstep thanks to the city centre location of the hotel. Along the seafront promenade, you’ll find scenic views, modern artworks and beautiful statues while, in the centre, you’ll find narrow Spanish cobbled streets and winding avenues. A camera is as essential as sun cream here.

On a trip to Las Palmas, the whole family will find activities to enjoy. With so much to see, do and explore, you’ll need to return here time and time again to experience it all. And with all the natural beauty on offer, you’ll be more than happy to.

Resort Summary

While people adore holidays to the Canary Islands for their sun-drenched beaches and eternally hot blue skies, there’s more than natural beauty to enjoy here.

Indeed, Gran Canaria‘s capital, Las Palmas is a spectacular and stylish city rich in culture, history and activities aplenty. Take a stroll along the Avenida Maritima and get lost in narrow Spanish-styled streets and winding avenues. The seafront promenade is a wonderfully scenic route that winds along the shoreline, peppered with modern artworks such as a massive dragonfly statue.

With your camera in one hand and an ice cream in the other, follow the Avenida Maritima and reach the premier beach of Gran Canaria – Playa de las Canteras. Protected from the greater ocean by the natural reef of La Barra, this three-kilometre beach beautifully frames Las Palmas and is a popular hotspot for holidaymakers as much as it is for natives.

South of the beach sits a little area of coast called La Cicer, where surfers gather and diving schools help you explore the world beneath the waves.