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.
How to Get There
Travelled with wife and daughter July 2019, first time at this hotel and after reading all of the reviews I would highly recommend Eurostars. We stayed 11 nights in a Superior Suite on a breakfast only basis. I had sent an email in advance asking for a terrace that gets the sun all day long and was placed in an amazing suite - open plan living room and kitchen (had to ask for a kettle at reception) the Kitchen unit had a 3 ring electric hob with a toaster, microwave etc. All worked perfectly, huge fridge with a separate good quality freezer for ice cubes etc. Living room had a fold down sofa bed and a single armchair and a large flatscreen TV. We had two patio doors in the living room and a further 2 in the bedroom with curtains and a 2nd set of light shades which were great during the day to keep the bugs out. The terrace we got was absolutely HUGE, 2 chairs and a table and 2 sun loungers. One thing I would have liked was a sunshade on the terrace but wasn't that much of a thing and easily lived without it. Plenty of storage space in the bedroom for 3 large suitcases and all of the clothes and shoes etc. Air con wasn't the greatest I have ever had and was a gentle breeze rather than ice cold which I like but my daughter and wife thought it was perfect so that's my own issue as I like it very cold. The breakfast was very good and had a wide breakfast menu to choose from, none of us had any complaints and all found the staff where very nice and helpful, sometimes you need to ask them to clear a table but only once did we have to do this. Room was cleaned every day and the sheets where changed 3 times during our 11 days, cleaning team where lovely. I did like how they renew your shampoo, soap and shower gel, they even throw in a shaving kit with foam, toothbrush kits, combs etc so you wouldn't really need to take your own stuff. The pools a every one has mentioned where salt water and pretty cold but most pools are these days anyways and didn't unduly bother us, daughter wasn't a great fan of the salt water but did use the pool. We didn't use the entertainment in the hotel so I cant comment as there is so much to do in the local resort. Plenty of plains fly by throughout the day but this did not bother us. We would definitely return to the hotel in the future as it is very centrally located to the main resort and was great for walks up and down the beach. Overall very good!
We stayed here for a week in May 2019. The accommodation is nicely placed overlooking the beach, close to all Caleta de Fuste has to offer. The apartment was spacious and the beds were comfortable; although they were two singles pushed together. We were travelling with a 5 month old baby and had a travel cot supplied (free) made up in our room on arrival. We opted for the all inclusive package as it suited our needs, the food was of a decent standard and plentiful. The pool area was clean and tidy. I have to add the staff all-around were helpful and polite. We would certainly stay again if returning to the area.
Lovely hotel, beautiful big rooms. However, no entertainment. They have time tables up in reception for entertainment, but it never seems to happen on time or if at all. Rarely anything going on by the pool either. If you want good entertainment go to Piero’s music cafe which is a short walk away. Great family atmosphere and entertainment for all ages. Food is shocking most of the time. If you are vegetarian don’t bother going all inclusive. Michael on the evening bar is lovely. Location of the hotel is good - beach is opposite with water sports, sea lion & dolphin swims, glass bottom boat etc. Camels also on the beach. Short walk from shops. Overall great holiday but the food and entertainment let’s it down. I’d go self catering or half board and eat out/go out for dinner and entertainment in the evenings in one of the local bars or restaurants.