Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real: luxury and relaxation in Fuerteventura

Adam Lowe

Featured image: Roger Mendez Photography / Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahia Real

The Canarian island of Fuerteventura is renowned for its year-round sunshine and tranquil vibe. It’s increasingly being seen as a wellness destination, too. Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real offers a relaxing environment with all the facilities required to keep you rested, happy and healthy.

The ever growing wellness tourism industry is now worth a staggering $639bn globally according to the Association of Travel Agent’s 2019 Travel Trends report. Sunny island paradises are therefore high on the list of top destinations, especially for Brits.

Standard bedroom sea view


The five-star Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real is fringed by gorgeous blue waters and the white sands of Corralejo Natural Dune Park. The luxury it offers means you don’t have to worry about things like meals and getting to the beach – everything is there so you can kick back and relax.

El Mirador Terrace at Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real. Courtesy of Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real

Michelin star food

Favoured on the island for its culinary offering, Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahia Real also boasts some of the highest quality restaurants including La Cúpula, led by Michelin star chef Carles Gaig and offers a fusion of local flavours and fresh produce with an international twist.

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For a light, revitalising lunch, guests can dine at the Yamatori restaurant which offers a deliciously healthy sushi menu as well as Asian-style low-carb dishes for a filling yet balanced meal.

Guests can also kick start their day at the tropical garden patio of the Alacena Real featuring over 230 healthy breakfast options and the largest range of natural tropical juices, starting each day with an energy boost.

Massage at sea terrace at Coco Beach complex. Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real

On-site spa

The hotel’s SPA Bahia Vital is a peaceful haven for visitors to unwind with a menu of beauty treatments and massages that help synchronise mental and physical health and wellbeing. Aloe Vera, sourced locally, ensures guests the most authentic of treatments.

Yoga at Coco Beach. Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real

Framed with panoramic views of the beachfront and the nearby Los Lobos Island, the spa has a calming aura for guests to completely switch off.

The state-of-the-art facilities include a hydrotherapy circuit with spa jets, water-beds, massage seats with hydro jets, swan neck jets, whirlpools, a shower temple, ice cold plunge pool, foot spas, sauna and steam room as well as an invigorating ice fountain to refresh the skin.

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Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real’s beach club and lounge, Coco Bahía, offers yoga and Pilates classes on the ‘chill-out’ terrace overlooking the sea. With minimalist purple and white décor, comfy Balinese beds and relaxing ambient music, it’s the perfect place to enjoy a freshly prepared healthy snack including salads and energising smoothies post-workout.

More information

Alpharooms offers seven nights at the Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahia Real, Fuerteventura on a bed and breakfast basis from £611 per person based on two adults sharing, departing 05 June 2019 and includes return direct flights from Manchester.

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About Adam Lowe

Adam Lowe is an award-winning author, editor and publisher from Leeds, now based in Manchester. He runs Dog Horn Publishing and is Director and Writing Coordinator for Young Enigma, a writer development programme for LGBT young people. He sometimes performs as Beyonce Holes.