A guide to Best Hotels in Costa Teguise

Costa Teguise is so nice, King Carlos of Spain has a place here. It boasts endless stretches of golden sands, a bustling promenade brimming with cosy eateries and inviting bars. The beaches are fit for royalty, and the ideal windsurfing conditions are a big pull too. While reserving a palace might not be doable, the glorious Gran Melia Salinas Hotel could be the next best thing. If family fun is more up your alley, the Occidental Lanzarote Mar is an ideal spot for holidays to Costa Teguise.

Los Zocos Impressive Lanzarote

Lined with palm trees and a short walk from the beach, this elegantly-styled 15-acre property is a haven for those seeking casual relaxation. There are two great-sized pools, including an activity pool with daytime entertainment, three bars and two buffet restaurants. There’s a kids’ club to keep the little ones occupied, theme nights, and all the local shops and bars are only a few minutes away on foot. All just 30 minutes from the airport.


Contemporary and chic styling, a big pool, and a perfect location. What’s not to like about the El Trebol when the best of Costa Teguise is on your doorstep? It’s a five-minute drive to the beach, and the kids even have their own splash park, mini-disco and playground. There are theme nights at the buffet restaurant, a cool poolside bar, and the rooms are all super-modern and equipped with everything you need for a blissful stay.

Be Live Experience Lanzarote Beach Hotel

The look is uber-modern, the pool is huge, and the location is spot-on. There’s a sandy beach seconds away and another one behind the hotel that’s a favourite with windsurfers. The local delights of Pueblo Marino are only 100 metres away too. There are three bars and two restaurants, and sports-wise you’re covered – there’s even a little golf course nearby. A mini-club and pool are also on site to keep youngsters busy.

Coronas Playa Hotel

The large hexagonal pool is at the heart of this classic beachfront property. There’s another big pool too and both have poolside bars. The beach is only a 15-minute walk to the town centre. There’s a daily program of activities on offer, two main bars and a comprehensive buffet restaurant. The hotel also offers a gym, hairdresser and beauty centre. Cabaret and live music are included in the evening festivities.

Occidental Lanzarote Mar

There’s so much fun on tap here, you won’t need to go far. If you do, it’s a five-minute shuttle bus to the centre, and a five-minute walk to the sandy bay. There are three pools, two of which have slides and one just for adults. Sports are a big thing, with rock-climbing and mini-golf among the options. There’s no shortage of eateries, bars and clubs catering for kids of all ages.

BlueBay Lanzarote

Super-modern and chic, the BlueBay is fun-packed and just 600 metres from the beach. There’s a lovely snack bar beside the lagoon-style pool, a separate pool for the kids, tennis courts and a gym. You will also enjoy a buffet restaurant, lobby bar, and regular live evening entertainment. It’s a 20-minute walk from the town centre, half a mile from the epic Aquapark, and just 15 minutes from the airport.

Lanzarote Paradise Club Apartments

If you’re looking for a good base from which to explore everything the area has to offer, this is it. You can get to the water park in a couple of minutes, the beach is less than a mile away, and it’s a short drive to the town centre. All the apartments have kitchenettes and there’s a pool, trendy rustic bar, take-away pizza service, and a pleasant a la carte breakfast restaurant.

Hotel Melia Salinas

This contemporary five-star hotel is sandwiched between two golden-sand beaches, with tropical gardens providing a picturesque, tranquil vibe. The food here is world-class, and the mammoth, swanky pool area is an amazing place to while away the days, punctuated by a spot of tennis, a gym session, or a relaxing treatment in the spa. The location is tough to beat too, just a brief stroll from the local shops, bars and eateries.