Geranios Suites & Spa Hotel
What We Love
- A beachfront spa resort, with a suite, a welcome drink, breakfast, dinner and more includedStepping out to Caleta de Fuste beach for a day of windsurfing or sunbathing – or both
- Having breakfast, dinner, a welcome drink and a spa discount included, plus an all-inclusive option
- Relaxing on a lounger, before cooling off in the outdoor pool
- Indulging yourself with the muscle-melting Lomi Lomi massage at the spa
Situated on a sweeping curve of golden beach, Geranios Suites & Spa Hotel offers the perfect place to enjoy the famous sun and sand of the Canary Islands. You’ll be well taken care of in your fresh and tastefully decorated suite, with a private balcony and stunning views of the sparkling blue water. And whether you’re the type to while away the hours on a lounge chair by the sea or looking to turn up the excitement with some sailing or windsurfing, you’ll find everything you need at this beachside getaway.
Besides the wide range of watersports on offer at Caleta de Fuste beach, the list of things to do on the island stretches to a round at the neighboring golf club, a trip to Fuerteventura’s animal oasis or a visit to Puerto del Rosario, the island’s capital. After exerting yourself on the tennis court or or doing laps in the outdoor pool, make sure you visit to the resort’s luxury spa. With treatments such as arch-soothing reflexology and muscle-melting Lomi Lomi massage, you’ll be halfway to nirvana.
Each Superior Sea View suite features stylish wood flooring andcontemporary furnishings, all finished in a calming, neutral color scheme. Make yourself at home in 1,290 square feet of space and enjoy a balcony that looks out over glorious Caleta de Fuste.
Meals are served in the hotel’s buffet restaurant. A café and bar is also available for drinks, coffee, and quick bites.
Reflexology, osteopathy, Lomi Lomi massage and more – the menu of treatments in the hotel’s luxury spa leaves you with plenty of pampering therapies to work your way through.
Located on Caleta de Fuste, the hotel will make sure your beach-going and watersports needs are all taken care of. If you want to make this a golfing getaway, Fuerteventura Golf Club and Golf Club Salinas de Antigua are close by, as well. A 20-minute drive will get you to the island’s capital, Puerto del Rosario, where you’ll find delicious Spanish cuisine, loads of shopping and interesting exhibitions to check out. The island also boasts the Oasis Park Fuerteventura – home to more than 3,000 animals from more than 250 species, some of which roam semi-free.
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my wife and I stayed for 1 week end of April it is a lovely hotel we were all inclusive
the food for us was great plenty of choice for all meals couldn't fault
the hotel is in a great location and with in easy walking distance to the busier part if that is what u are looking for
we had a few drinks at the el Fado lounge bar at the marina drinks expensive but was worth it wonderful view
my only complaint with the hotel was the evening entertainment was very poor but we went out most nights for a walk so wasn't a big issue but I would be looking for something more than quizzes and bingo in a hotel of this size
we would return to this hotel as we had a relaxing stay we had room 126 which was perfect lovely view onto the quiet pool
Having previously stayed when it was Geranios Suites I please to say that it is still providing top class accommodation food and drink. A special thanks to Michael, Libby and Dania for the excellent service behind the bars. Just 2 suggestion perhaps at this time of year the outside bar should be open later than 5.30pm and the bins around the pool area could be emptied more regularl.
Our holiday was a week away on may 4th. The weather was cloudy then got out lovely. Highly recommend light jacket or blazer etc for the evening.
I cannot see why people are moaning about this hotel. We went half board .the food variety was amazing!.we are out a few times as we wanted to try a few places. We were so full from breakfast as there was so much to choose from and never tired from it!
The hotel is definitely a 4 star I don't no why jet2 have it as a 3star plus.
All staff were brilliant
Room was excellent. It was my husband's birthday and there was balloons on the door when we went for breakfast that day and a bottle of fizz when we returned on the afternoon!
I would highly recommend going onto Facebook pages like .caleta de fuste we love you and fuerteventura pages there you can ask where to go and what entertainment is on etc.and use Google maps to find it. Once you've been to the main part a few times you start getting your bearings. On a evening we seen the singer kennie delanie twice and that was because of Facebook he was excellent! And a hypnotist which was great entertainment ..allthough he couldn't hipnotise me it was good watching the others.highly recommend Faros end of pier for a cava sangria! And millennium.always happy hours somewhere 😍
Hotel is next to the beach, the rooms are large, sitting area and bedroom, did not like the shower over the bath. Pool area very concrete but very clean. Very large balcony. Food generally well cooked but very little choice.
Las Salinas is a quick 10/15 minute taxi journey from the airport. From the moment I checked in until I checked out, I felt a very welcome guest. Every member of staff I encountered was very friendly and helpful (and patient when I tried to practice my Spanish).
I must admit, while reading the other reviews, I was uncertain what to expect with dinner in the restaurant (I was half board), with people reporting varied experiences. The hotel was trying alternative menus the week I was staying, with every night having a different theme (local cuisine, Arabian Nights, Tex-Mex, Asian, Spanish). There were always a couple fish options, and even though every night featured pork, chicken and beef, these were cooked in different ways each night (ie chicken tangine or sweet and sour, or with a mushroom sauce etc) so it was never boring. There was usually an extra meat option available (like duck, veal, goat). I looked forward to what the cuisine of the evening would offer and enjoyed every dinner very much. There were no issues with the temperatures or freshness of what was offered, and there were both warm and cool plates (for salads) to be found. My only suggestion is I would like to have soft drinks with dinner as a beverage choice as with half board water was the only option. As most people have mentioned, breakfast was great with a large variety of hot and cold food.
My room was fantastic. I was in a junior suite with a balcony overlooking the beach and ocean. There's a promenade between the hotel and beach which was perfect for people watching and handy for those of you who like a nice stroll/run/bike ride. The area felt very safe. The junior suite was separated into two rooms and had a small kitchen. The room was cleaned daily and had a free safe to use. All good!
I had seen several comments on the pools being cold. Yes, the initial shock was a bit breathtaking, but it only took a moment to adjust to it.
I would not hesitate returning to Las Salinas. Just be careful of the wind - it keeps you cool in the sun and I saw several people who ended up quite pink as they didn't feel the heat while out and about!