Hotel Bahia del Duque guest room with glass shower and white canopy bed
Hotel Bahia del Duque with cabanas and ocean views

Why it’s worth traveling for…

A fairytale village by the sea, this exquisite hotel, inspired by traditional 19th-century Canary Island architecture, comes with fabulous tropical gardens, Michelin star chefs, pristine beaches and a truly spectacular spa (did someone say ‘thalassotherapy’). Building exteriors are pretty in pink and honey tones, while the impeccably costumed-in-white staff complement the elegant rooms which come with insanely comfortable beds. Although this Island of Eternal Spring is located smack dab in the Atlantic Ocean — food boredom is never an issue. There are 13 lounges and 9 restaurants (including Michelin star Nub), plus top-notch Italian, Japanese, French, Basque and Canarian — paired perfectly with local wines.



Avda. de Bruselas s/n, Costa Adeje, 38660 – Tenerife


 +34 922 74 69 32


Getting there:

Tenerife Sur Airport is just a 20-minute ride from the hotel.

Curated Experience

Arrive by private jet and escape into your own private villa – surrounded by tropical gardens, swimming pool and solarium, by prestigious interior designer Pascua Ortega. Or opt for one of the ultra-exclusive Casas Ducales suites (including the Presidential suite), inspired by the Palacete Martí Dehesa (1912) and Casa Maffiotte (1926).  Savor breakfast in bed before a soul-soaking day in the outdoor thalassotherapy sanctuary. Venture out to explore the island’s beautiful corners: volcanic scapes, stunning sunsets and Spain’s highest peak (and World Heritage Site)  — Tenerife National Park — before returning to the hotel for a romantic Michelin star dinner for two.



Classic, Traditional Elegance


Sophisticated, Tranquil


Beachfront, Island


386 Rooms


Nub (Michelin star restaurant by chefs Andrea Bernardi and Fernanda Fuentes-Cárdenas)

Kensei (Contemporary Japanese served in the lake garden) 

La Brasserie by Pierre Résimont (Belgian 2 Michelin chef Pierre Resimont’s Gallic cuisine is overseen here by chef Yoseba Llarena; highlights include local and seasonal ingredients, and renowned French wines)

El Bernegal (Breakfast on the terrace with views of La Gomera and Atlantic Ocean) 

Beach Club (Mediterranean-inspired seafood, rice, and fish of the day, served alfresco on the terrace) 

Alisios Market Food (Market products fused with haute cuisine and Spanish wines) 

La Trattoria (Traditional Italian dishes, freshmade pastas and pizzas, with Tuscan wines) 

SUA (Authentic Basque cuisine, complete with smoky aromas) 

La Hacienda (Seafront dining with views over Playa del Duque, ideal for sunset cocktails) 


Sports Lounge (Sports on the television; beer on tap) 

Café La Bahía (Large terrace open to the sea; lite bites and exotic cocktails) 

Bahía del Duque Beach (Cocktails with a view of La Gomera island) 

BDB Norte (Beach, music, small plates, and cocktails) 

Beach Club Bar (Champagne on the terrace with a sea view) 

La Gomera Terrace (Sunsets and Caribbean-inspired cocktails) 

Wine Bar (Renowned national and international wines, with a modern-wine-cellar vibe) 

Piano Bar (Live piano music and fabulous drinks)


Spa Bahía del Duque (award-winning spa and outdoor sanctuary known for its thalassotherapy seawater treatments)

Fitness (Ultra-modern gym with large pane windows overlooking the tropical gardens)

Tennis (Play on the same courts as ATP World Tour players who visit for the mild Tenerife weather and high-quality facilities) 

Golf (Improve your short game on this 9-hole course)


  • Stunning tropical gardens stretching across more than 15 lush acres
  • 1 Michelin star restaurant 
  • Spectacular VIP wellness suites
  • Five pools — two, saltwater
  • Recipient of more than 50 international hospitality awards