The Canary Islands are a popular vacation destination no matter your interests, which means the resorts and beaches along the islands’ stunning coastlines can get pretty crowded during peak season with families enjoying the sunshine. If you’re seeking a more peaceful getaway, then adults only hotels in the Canary Islands are the best way to escape the crowds and enjoy a real sense of serenity on your vacation.
Adults Only Hotels in the Canary Islands: Our selection of luxury hotels for the ultimate escape to the Canaries
Tenerife: Explore the Canaries’ biggest island
While all the luxury, 5 star hotels found in the Canary Islands provide exceptional service and an abundance of world-class facilities, adults only hotels provide their guests with a level of peace and relaxation that cannot be matched. Check out the luxurious adults only hotels located on Tenerife’s charming western coast. There’s plenty to discover around the vacation hubs of Costa Adeje and Los Cristianos. Beautiful beaches line the coast, lapped by crystal blue water and overlooked by volcanic hills. If you want to explore the beauty of Tenerife on foot, then enjoy an excursion to Barranco del Infierno (Hell’s Gorge). The hike takes you to the highest waterfall on the island, and is an important archeological site as the surrounding caves display thousand-year-old engravings from their former inhabitants. Make sure you make a reservation online before you head to the gorge. If you’re seeking more of a challenge, then your adults only hotel in the Canary Islands can help you organize a sunrise hike up Mount Teide – the island’s mighty active volcano. There is also a cable car that takes you to the peak if you’re feeling less energetic, and couples can enjoy a romantic evening admiring the spellbinding night sky from the volcano’s observatory. A vacation with an adults only hotel in Tenerife tops off your stay in the Canary Islands perfectly; offering spa and swimming facilities so you can unwind in serene surroundings.
Lanzarote: Unwind surrounded by ancient landscapes
Famous for its ancient and rugged landscape, golden beaches and interesting points of interest, the island of Lanzarote is the ideal destination for couples and friends looking to stay with an adults only hotel in the Canary Islands. Relax in style on the beaches of Costa Teguise, where you can try your hand at windsurfing on Playa de las Curcharas or browse the bars and restaurants of the Pueblo Marinero. Gorgeous adults only hotels in the Canary Islands can also be found to the south of the island, around the resorts of Costa Blanca. Scenic points of interest include the towering Faro de Pechiguera lighthouse overlooking the coast and seemingly deserted beaches of Playa Mujeres and Playa Del Pozo. The closest one might ever get to walking on the moon; Lanzarote is also home to the Martian-like Parque Nacional de Timanfaya. The ‘Mountains of Fire’ that roll through the national park make an exceptional site, and just below the surface, the ground reaches temperatures of 100°C thanks to magma beneath the surface.
Fuerteventura & La Palma: Further luxurious locations in the Canary Islands
The Canaries are made up of seven Spanish- speaking islands off the west coast of North Africa, each with its own quirks and charms. Spend time as a couple in an adults hotel for the perfect romantic escape to the Canary Islands to discover them for yourself while located in an idyllic setting. In Fuerteventura, visitors can birdwatch on Lobos Island and traverse the sand dunes around Corralejo. The lesser-explored La Palma also features some exceptional hotels, providing visitors with access to a lush island of rich forests and unspoiled nature. The Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente is simply sublime for visitors looking to explore a verdant wilderness, and features landscapes that are a million miles away from Lanzarote’s baron national parks. Beaches here are equally idyllic, and an adults only hotel in this part of the Canary Islands guarantees style, luxury and an unrivaled romance free from distraction.