Bahia del Duque

A classic paradise on the Canary Islands

Celebrating oceanfront luxury since 1993, Bahia del Duque, Tenerife has only gotten better with time. The grand resort’s stellar location on the Atlantic coast of Tenerife makes it a mainstay for the jet-set crowd looking for a tropical escape in the Canary Islands.

Bahia del Duque’s timeless appeal is thanks in part to a thoughtful design that blends the coast’s natural beauty with historically inspired architecture. Resembling a 19th-century Canarian village, the property is the picture of paradise dotted with bridges and turreted pastel-hued buildings centered around large freeform pools, all shaded by towering palm trees.

The Tenerife resort makes the most of its nearly perfect year-round weather with opportunities for alfresco enjoyment around every corner, whether you choose to meander through its winding gardens, dine outdoors at one of its 21 restaurants and bars or simply while away on the beach with a glass of sangria in hand.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Get lost in nature on a stroll through Bahia del Duque’s gorgeous tiered gardens. The grounds of the luxury hotel house nearly 300 species of plants, including many unique varieties native to the Canary Islands.
  • There are plenty of ways to enjoy fun in the Tenerife sun at this resort. Five sparkling pools dot the property, and the island’s white sand beach, complete with palapa-shaded lounge chairs, is just steps away.
  • You won’t get bored at Bahia del Duque. Explore the grounds on a botanical walk, see the skies at the observatory or relax atBahía Wellness Retreat, which offers 20 treatment cabins (five of which reside outside) and an outdoor thalassotherapy circuit. The family friendly hotel also caters to little ones through kids clubs that have activities like treasure hunts, painting, sports and mini discos. A dedicated lounge keeps teens busy with board and video games.
  • The crown jewel of the Tenerife hotel’s dining options is Nub, where upscale interpretations of Latin American-meets-European fusion plates are the order of the day. Mouthwatering selections from the set menu might include corn crème brûlée or fresh fish served with a millefeuille layered with potato and sweet potato.
  • For an ultra-luxe island escape, check into one of Bahia del Duque’s 40 colonial-style villas. Imagined by Spanish interior designer Pascua Ortega, these standalone suites embody indoor-outdoor living, complete with butler service and private pools.

The Restaurants

  • Indulge in an array of Western European favorites, from fine French fare at La Brasserie by Pierre Résimont and Tuscan cuisine at La Trattoria to modern Basque plates at Sua.
  • Breakfast with an ocean view is a must at this coastal retreat and El Bernegal serves up both in spades. Continue your seaside culinary journey with lunch or dinner on Beach Club’s spacious patio, jutting out over the crystal-clear Atlantic waters.
  • Looking for something a little less formal? A wide selection of casual cafés and bars serving up everything from burgers and freshly squeezed fruit juices to ice cream sundaes span the spacious property.
  • TheCosta Adeje resort boasts an organic garden where herbs, microgreens and an array of fruits and vegetables are grown for the restaurants and bars scattered across the property.

24-hour room service
Babysitting services
Fitness classes
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Pet friendly
Getting There
Avenida de Bruselas, s/n, Adeje 38660, Tenerife, Canary Islands
TFS (12-18 min)   TFN (50 min-1 hr 5 min)  
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