The island of Tenerife is one of the more attractive tourist and holiday vacations in Europe. It is perfect for those who are looking for a lot of suns and a great deal of beach-type recreation. Finding cheap hotels in Tenerife, even in these economically challenging days is easy.
Just like anywhere else, Tenerife hotels classes are: cheaper, expensive and luxurious.
You can find hotels in Tenerife a bit closer or further away from the beach. Hotels right in the center of entertainment and nightlife. You can also enjoy the more private area where you can have a relaxing holiday. If you want to enjoy the privacy you can rent villas for a short period for a wide range of prices. However, the popular hotels are safer and may include services that villas do not.
There are over 375 hotels on the island. This doesn’t include apartments that are leased out by their owners at certain times of the year. Generally speaking, budget lodgings that are located near the beaches usually consist of a simple room and a few amenities.
Finding cheap hotels in Tenerife can be easy and affordable. One of them is hotel Perla Tenerife in Puerto de La Cruz. If you are willing to travel during slow times… your chances of finding more affordable hotels will be better than on the busy season.
Some of the hotels in Tenerife are:
Gran Hotel Bahia Del Duque: Offering luxury and family conducive atmosphere. This is one of the 5 stars hotels in Tenerife that has multiple swimming pools, children’s club, beachside bars, night clubs, several restaurants… well, it has it all. Prices vary, from around $800-$1500 for full room and board, including airfare.
Gran Melia Bahia del Duque: True luxury five-star hotel in a Victorian and Venetian-influenced ambiance, built among rolling hills.
The Regency Country Club: For those who prefer to be closer to the bustle of the southern end of Tenerife, this beautiful resort is in the premiere area called Chayofa. Featuring a decor rich in natural stone and intricately carved Balinese statues, this hotel is a luxury island hideaway.
The Melia Jardines Del Teide: overlooks the beach of Playa del Duque and the lovely area of Costa Adeje.
When choosing a hotel in Tenerife, holidaymakers must decide whether to stay in the south of the island, which enjoys a hot and dry climate. There is also green north with Puerto de la Cruz, the island’s largest city.
The south tends to be more tourist heavy and boasts an extensive array of hotels and resorts. Whether you are seeking an inexpensive hotel or a luxury resort for your Tenerife holidays, there will be always that fits the bill.
So much hotel construction sprang up in Tenerife over the years to support the island’s tourism-driven economy that the government wrote new legislation. They can build only 5-star luxury hotels on the island now, fortunately.
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