What We Love
- The friendly service, particularly in the Level villas and suites, which offer private check-in and other perks
- Adults-only garden villas designed by Alvaro Sans, which have a saltwater swimming pool and a botanical space with more than 100 types of plants and flowers
- The range of activities on offer, from tennis to basketball, and minigolf to billiards
- The variety of cuisine; the hotel’s five restaurants include Canarian, Italian and Mediterranean fare
- Lanzarote’s renowned artist, Cesar Manrique, designed the pool, the garden and murals
What To Know
- The hotel is ideal for children, with a kids club in peak seasons; Garden Villas are perfect for couples looking for a secluded break
- The Costa Teguise makes a great base from which to explore the island by car
- The Canary Islands are closer to Africa than Spain and stay warm late into the winter
- Lanzarote’s dramatic landscape encompasses swaths of black rock, russet craters and emerald-green lagoons
- The island’s dramatic beaches range from gold to black sand
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Meliá Salinas in Teguise (Costa Teguise), you’ll be minutes from Las Cucharas Beach and close to AquaPark Costa Teguise. This 5-star hotel is within close proximity of Costa Teguise Golf Club and Telamon Shipwreck.
Make yourself at home in one of the 270 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and bidets. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Treat yourself with massages, body treatments, and facials. You’re sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, which include 2 outdoor swimming pools, outdoor tennis courts, and a sauna. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands.
All-inclusive rates are available at this hotel. Meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments are included in all-inclusive rates. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities.
Grab a bite at one of the hotel’s 4 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Relax with a refreshing drink at a beach bar, a poolside bar, or one of 3 bars/lounges.
Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Planning an event in Teguise? This hotel has 23896 square feet (2220 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center and meeting rooms. Free self parking is available onsite.
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Booked to go here in feb 2019 , booked the penthouse suite as its a special occasion only to receive an email yesterday saying there now going to be shut for re fubishment . we paid for the room upfront and as yet after sending few emails we haven't received any money back ,Poor wouldn't go near a melia hotel again
The location is good. The hotel itself is very poor and we would not return. They are clearly trading off their five stars and need re assessing. Our room and the bar area always smelt of cat's urine. The choice of food was appalling - if you didn't eat it that evening it was served for breakfast the following day - brussel sprouts ....... really! The accommodation was very mediocre but the toiletries were nice! Very inefficient and would not recommend. There are other hotels that are equally good and cheaper and the standards are higher.
Paid extra to stay in the Sanctuary part of this hotel so can only comment on what I found there.
Initial impressions were good. We were passed from the main reception to one for Sanctuary guests only. After an explanation of the facilities we were given a guided tour by one of the staff.
The central part of the hotel building is circular and open to the sky. It contains César Manrique designed water gardens and is very impressive. However the walls need a new coat of paint.
Our room was comfortable with a decent walk-in shower. The room should have had a Nespresso machine and after enquiring one appeared before we next returned to our room. Nice touch - the tv had a large range of European language channels including a number in English. Great for the odd November periods of rain.
Our balcony had strange deck chair like seating which was almost impossible to get up from.
The Sanctuary pool was basically rectangular as opposed to the free form lagoon pool of the main hotel. The snack bar provided complimentary hot drinks and water throughout the day plus some pleasant chargeable small meals.
Another nice touch complimentary tapas and aperitifs were provided in the breakfast room for an hour early evening.
We took our evening meal in the main restaurant which had plenty of different dishes and often ate the special meals cooked while you waited.
Breakfast was in the Sanctuary restaurant but I preferred to use the main restaurant as I enjoyed a morning omelette and liked being able to have it cooked to order in front of me.
All in all a reasonable holiday at a premium price but the hotel has the air of faded gently.
In March I had the good fortune of being introduced to the beautiful ISABEL. This time I met one of her identical sisters BEATRIZ who was equally attractive but had a more private outlook. The Sanctuary Level area is superb and good value in my opinion. Supposedly adult only but with most guests playing all day with their irritating devices you could question their maturity and ability to be permitted into an area supposedly restricted to those aged 16 and over. I will definitely return soon but with a larger supply of earplugs.....................
We understand this hotel is what in England we would called listed. It was designed by a local famous architect César Manrique who influenced the height of buildings on the island amongst other things. Hence any alterations to the hotel including redecorating, updating etc has to go through his foundation and therefore things take time to get done. The hotel is built in the shape of a Polo mint with all the rooms around the outside and lovely Manrique designed tropical gardens in the middle and open to the sky. Whilst we were there a decorator was painting several areas but unobtrusively I.e during hours when guests would be out of the hotel.
There are steps at the front of the hotel but also to one side a slope for the less abled and to bring your suitcases into the foyer. Once inside we were met by a cheerful porter who bought us a glass of cava whilst we checked in and then took us and our cases to our room. We stayed in the Level in a double room. The room was a good size as was the bathroom which had a separate toilet. The room was clean and light and there were lots of powerpoints with tea and coffee making facilities and a fridge. On the downside the bed was two singles pushed together, not a double. The chairs on the balcony were deck chairs, not sun beds, which were uncomfortable and cut behind the knees when you sat in them.
Breakfast could be eaten in the Sanctuary which had a quieter atmosphere than the main restaurant. Please change the music loop in this area. Whatever time of day you went in there be it breakfast, afternoon snacks or for the Italian evening the music was the same. It did not reflect the time of day and was irritating after a while. Other meals were eaten in Spices. As previously mentioned this was a very big area, noisy in the evening and more like a canteen. The food was OK at best warm. The evening entertainment in the adjoining bar area was either solo singers or a band. The bar got very busy at times and the bar staff were kept extremely busy but were invariably efficient and cheerful.
We found staff from all areas to be cheerful and helpful. The public areas were kept very clean and overall we had a good experience and may well return.