Atlantis Hotels & Resorts, Corralejo, Fuerteventura
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About Atlantis Hotels & Resorts
The wide open beaches, wispy dunes and surf-friendly winds of Fuerteventura are well known and just some of the reasons people return to this, the second largest of the Canary Islands, year after year.
As a popular holiday destination, there's a lot of choice when it comes to deciding where to stay. We're shining spotlights on two properties in particular - Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real and the Suite Hotel Atlantis Fuerteventura Resort - comparing their facilities and making sure you know what to expect.
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Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real
The five-star Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real* with its super stylish decor and familiar Moorish flair sits perfectly on the beachfront and is within walking distance of the expansive Corralejo Natural Dune Park.
It's all about luxury, wellness and relaxation at this 170-room resort; you'll find outdoor swimming pools, a kids' pool and a whirlpool as well as beach and poolside sun loungers.
There's also the exceptional Spa Bahía Vital* with its sauna, traditional Turkish bath, steam rooms, cold plunge pool, ice fountain and lengthy treatment menu.
Foodies rejoice as there are no fewer than six different restaurants to choose from including the award winning La Cúpula de Carles Gaig, said to be one of the finest on the island.
It's not all ultra fine dining though: there's a tasty selection of everything from traditional Spanish to Japanese with all the international flavours in between. Meanwhile, for a sundowner to remember, head to Coco Bahía Chillout Cocktail Bar.
Did you know? Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real is part of the Indulgent Escapes collection from Jet2holidays, which means every booking includes extras such as private transfers, a generous 25 kg checked baggage allowance per person and complimentary in-flight drinks to name a few.
Surrounded by the island's renowned turquoise waters with views across to the nearby Los Lobos* and Lanzarote, the Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real is a great place to escape to, especially if you're planning a romantic break.
Thanks to the playground, kids' club and evening shows, it's also a real hit with families after a relaxing yet sophisticated holiday.
Little (and quite probably big) kids will enjoy a day trip to Acua Waterpark*, a splash space with loads to keep all ages entertained. Other experiences such as hiking, Jeep tours and water sports are available to book through the hotel as well.
Suite Hotel Atlantis Fuerteventura Resort
The Suite Hotel Atlantis Fuerteventura Resort*, meanwhile, is an all singing, all dancing, all-suite property with every comfort you could wish for.
Location wise, it is close enough to the Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real to make the most of Corralejo's facilities but far enough away to feel secluded, peaceful and quiet, especially if you lose yourself in the landscaped tropical gardens.
This swish and stylish hotel ensures you enjoy the finest stay possible with generously-sized yet intimate accommodation. Taking a romantic break? Why not upgrade to a Premium Club Suite*, giving you access to a number of adults-only facilities, including Restaurant La Scala.
That said, the hotel is full of things to do for all ages, be it couples or families. It has eight swimming pools to choose from, one saltwater and seven fresh water, including children's pools, and a whirlpool.
Did you know? Suite Hotel Atlantis is part of the Luxe Collection from Jet2holidays, which means it's been tried and tested as a luxurious four or five-star property with bespoke and thoughtfully designed interiors. Plus, bookings include 22 kg checked baggage allowance.
When it comes to on-site facilities*, there's something for everyone. If you're after a little indulgence, visit the Atlantis Wellness Center and choose from a range of treatments and massages.
If you're more of an outdoorsy type, the resort has a range of thrilling activities* such as hiking Tindaya Mountain*, taking a cruise on a catamaran* or even visiting nearby Lanzarote*. Plus, there's a wealth of water sports on offer from diving and surfing to paddleboarding.
After a full-on day of activities, you'll want to make the most of your evening at one of the six restaurants, including a buffet option, two à la carte and two adults-only restaurants, serving a range of international, Spanish and Canarian cuisine.
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Things to do in & around Corralejo
Here, travel writer and local expert Matthew Hirtes - who lives in Gran Canaria and knows almost every inch of the Canary Islands - shares some of his tips for making the most of attractions in and around the resort of Corralejo.
- Best for adventurers
Although ostensibly a beach resort, Corralejo makes a great base for biking/hiking such as following a coastal route which takes you to the fishing hamlet of Majanicho and the whitewashed El Cotillo beyond.
The stunning lagoons here make it the perfect place to cool off after the 70-minute/270-minute ride/trek. If you don't fancy the schlep of a nine-hour round trip on foot, Tiadhe's number 8 will return you to Corralejo without further wear and tear to your soles.
- Best for those in flip flops
If you want to take it easier on holiday and you're staying at Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real, you'll have a pristine white beach on your doorstep.
Private playas are illegal in Spain but as you're set back from the main resort, it feels like this beach is exclusively for hotel guests.
Jump into the Atlantic from the jetty if you dare or simply lie back on your lounger and receive a free Vitamin D all-over-body treatment as you lap up the sunshine.
- Best for those with sea legs
Hop on the bus heading towards capital Puerto del Rosario and get off at Grandes Playas, just before you enter the Parque Natural de Corralejo with the FV-1, Fuerteventura's motorway, sandwiched by, yes, sand on both sides.
Invariably windy, this is a great spot for kitesurfing but the 4 km-long stretch of sand is roomy enough to offer other ways of experiencing the superb surf.
Alternatively, set off in the opposite direction to Corralejo's port where you can take a ferry over to the idyllically unspoilt Isla de Lobos.
There's a 19th-century lighthouse and not much else in the way of construction on this treasure islet, which nevertheless provides a habitat for fantastic fauna and flora.
- Best for families
Acua Waterpark is the island's only water park. Conveniently, for you, it's located in Corralejo above the shoreline and closer to the main road.
Here, 25,000 square metres of park houses 14 rides. Brave the Rapids, speed along the Kamikaze, and/or take it easier on the Slow River.
Children under four enter free and there are discounts for those aged from four to 11. A pool bar with hammocks neighbours the swimming pool and attractions for younger kids.
- Best for foodies
Both Atlantis hotels offer some of the finest fayre available on Fuerteventura. However, if you fancy a change of (gastronomic) scene, there are some yummy options in Corralejo.
Take Calle Anzuelo's Sanus Fuerteventura, for example. This stylishly laid-back vegan eatery is open for dinner Monday through to Saturday.
Perfect for those who have adopted a plant-based diet, veggie options include a pumpkin souffle with parmesan and rosemary sauce as a starter.
Vegans, meanwhile, can tuck into mains such as vegan paella (a traditional Spanish dish, which many erroneously believe automatically contains seafood).
Weather in Corralejo, Fuerteventura
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While visiting any time from January to December is more than doable, the very best time to go is, without doubt, in summer, when days are long and temperatures on land and in the sea reach their peak.
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