A lavish beachfront village-style resort with superb facilities for all ages.
This welcoming resort has an eye-catching design with colourful turrets, pretty bridges and pastel-coloured buildings. The hotel resembles a Spanish village and is set across several levels with cascading pools and courtyards. As a member of the prestigious Leading Hotels of the World you can be assured of attentive service and excellent standards. Stroll through exotic gardens of flowering jacarandas and dragon trees to reach the public golden-sand beach or enjoy a range of activities on site.
Dining options include gourmet and local cuisine. Popular choices include SUA for delicious Basque cuisine, the Alisios Market Food with its fresh and seasonal ingredients and Spanish wines, and Italian restaurant, La Trattoria where you can enjoy traditional dishes, fresh pasta and pizzas while watching the nightly shows in the Central Plaza from the restaurant’s terrace. Nub Restaurant is the hotel’s latest addition and is a delightful open-air, Michelin-star restaurant where you can enjoy a menu of Latin American and European dishes. A number of snack bars and bars are dotted throughout the resort, whether you want to create your own burger or fancy a glass of wine. There’s also a new Japanese-fusion restaurant, Kensei, where you can enjoy a Sushi Bar and Robatayaki Grill.
Standard Double Rooms have garden or sea views, while Casas Ducales Sea View Rooms are set in an exclusive area and have special extras, butler service and access to VIP areas. The Junior Suites have a sitting area and are ideal if you’re looking for some extra space. Bahia del Duque is also home to a selection of villas that are hidden away in tropical gardens. Villa Las Palmeras and Villa Las Retamas both have one bedroom while the opulent Villa Las Mimosas has a second bedroom and stunning Atlantic Ocean views.