Gran Melia Palacio De Isora

Located on the beachfront between the Atlantic Ocean and Mount Teide, this resort in Guía de Isora has the longest salt water hotel infinity pool in Europe, blending in perfectly with the exceptional natural environment

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General Information

Nestled between luscious banana plantations and the sapphire Atlantic Ocean, the Gran Melia Palacio De Isora is an idyllic escape where both couples and families can recharge and enjoy attentive service in a beautiful setting. Immerse yourself in calmness at the vast lagoon pool whilst soaking in the stunning views of the far-reaching horizon. Travel Now Pay Later Gran Melia Palacio Tenerife Jetnow. Indulge in the many gastronomic delights on offer throughout the hotel or treat yourself to a trip to the Spa by Clarins, where you can take time to recharge and leave feeling full of positive energy and harmony. The little ones will cherish their time here too with an exciting kids’ club with and entertainment programme including Playhouse Live, the interactive live shows designed just for the youngest members of the family.

Facilities

  • 5 Outdoor Pools
  • 7 Restaurants & Bars
  • Aqua Aerobics
  • Childrens Club
  • Daily Entertainment
  • Dance
  • Dance Classes
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Gym
  • longest salt water hotel infinity pool in Europe
  • On-site mini-market
  • Sauna
  • Spa

Flight & Transfer Information

approx 30mins by Car, Taxi. Slightly longer by Shuttle Bus.

Rooms

The Gran Meliá Palacio de Isora is unique amongst select luxury hotels thanks to the perfect harmony and ambience of wellbeing created by the exquisite decoration and elegance of its rooms and suites.

One Bed Master Suite

Resort view, Sleeps:

Minimum 1 | Maximum 4
Room facilities:

Flat screen television
Wi-fi
Safety deposit box*
Indoor whirlpool
Ironing board
Iron
Coffee making facilities
Kettle
Balcony or terrace
Bathrobe and slippers
Hairdryer
Ipod docking station
Mini bar*
Bathroom containing a bath and separate shower.
Air conditioning.
Daily room cleaning service, linen changes and towel change

Delux Room

Sleeps:

Minimum 1 | Maximum 4
Room facilities:

Flat screen television
Wi-fi
Safety deposit box
Ironing board
Iron
Coffee making facilities
Kettle
Balcony or terrace
Bathrobe and slippers
Hairdryer
Ipod docking station
Mini bar*
Bathroom containing a bath and separate shower.
Air conditioning.
Daily room cleaning service, linen changes and towel change

Food & Drink

Five international gourmet restaurant options and six bars and lounges to satisfy even the most discerning tastes. From Nami a Japanese Restaurant, which has its own sushi bar and teppanyaki tables, to the delicious Mediterranean cuisine serving paellas and seafood dishes at the Oasis Pool Grille by the pool, as well as their own versions of traditional Iberian fare at the DÚO Restaurant.

Club Ocean Restaurant

A la carte. Serves Italian cuisine for dinner. Located on the terrace. Please note that the hotel requests that beach wear is not worn.

Nami Asian Bistro

A la carte. Serves a range of Chinese, Thai and Japanese cuisine for dinner with show cooking. Please note that the hotel requests that gentlemen wear long trousers.

Pangea Buffet Restaurant

Restaurant serving international haute cuisine, buffet show cooking offered in a themed oasis, dishes created before your very eyes, designed to surprise you with a different proposal every day for you to enjoy a journey to different culinary worlds.

Local Attractions

In Tenerife you can do anything you feel like any day of the year thanks to its climate, natural surroundings and tourist infrastructure designed for fun for all the family.

Tenerife is an island of volcanic sandy beaches, with the mighty Mount Teide waiting to wow and playful resorts like Playa de las Americas that are built for fun. You’ve got it – Tenerife holidays are a big Brit hit with a list of traits to top them all. Welcome to a dazzling destination with magic in its veins.

You can get lost in nature, relax on the beach, climb Teide, go shopping, see a show, walk the old town cobbles, have fun at a theme park and play golf plus so much more. Standing at a height of 3,718 meters, the Teide volcano is the highest peak in Spain, so it isn’t surprising that this spot is the main attraction in Tenerife. The Anaga Rural Park has been declared a Biosphere Reserve and has three natural reserves within its limits to discover. The Masca ravine is one of the most popular hiking trails. Siam Park is a Thai-themed water park, so its appearance is colourful and exotic. Its swimming pools and slides are the ideal places for you and the kids to have fun. The seabed that surrounds the island is a real treasure, so it isn’t surprising that snorkeling and diving are among the best activities. If you visit Icod de los Vinos, I recommend you attend a wine tasting at the Cueva del Rey winery, where you will not only taste some of the best wines in the area, but you’ll learn all about the local winegrowing on a guided tour.