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Maspalomas beach's sand dunes transport you to North Africa as they resemble the Sahara, but Seaside Palm Beach takes you to somewhere altogether different: 1970s Miami. It was constructed in the 1970s with a curvaceous Floridian facade. Three decades later, Parisian designer and architect Alberto Pinto gave the interior a Southern makeover.

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Matthew covers the Canary Islands and beyond. He relocated to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in the mid-Noughties. Since then Matthew has reviewed more Canarian hotels than anyone else. He champions the archipelago's gastronomic scene. Matthew rates this the equal of the Basque Country and Catalonia.



Seaside Palm Beach is a mere hop, skip, and jump away from a five-mile-long stretch of sandy shore in a subdued south Gran Canaria touristic development; why not people watch at one of the nearby promenade's many eateries? East meets West at Samsara, perfect for dining alfresco as the temperature drop at night is more subtle than sharp.

By plane: flights from London, Birmingham and Manchester to Gran Canaria take around 4 hours 30 mins. The hotel is a 30 minute taxi ride from the airport. Free parking is available on-site. Book flights to Gran Canaria.

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The Seaside Collection is the brainchild of German businessman Theo Gerlach. He has an eye for design as the exterior is a crescent-shaped brilliance of white. The interior is colour coded in reference to the locale. Yellow and orange depict the sun, beige the sand, and blue ocean and sky.


Waiters have the authority of an expert sommelier. In Spain, hospitality is a valued profession ensuring superior service and a low turnover of staff. They know the hotel inside out and develop a growing relationship with returning guests.

  • Three restaurants
  • Three bars
  • Three pools
  • Spa
  • Wellness centre
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Alberto Pinto's palette offers a choice of beige and brown to reflect the Canary Islands' volcanic landscape, yellow and turquoise to mirror the sunshine and aquamarine water, violet and green to mirror Gran Canaria's flourishing flora, and coral and orange evoking an ocean sunset.

Room types: Double, Twin, Double Superior, Deluxe, The Corner Deluxe, Junior Suite, Suite, Master Suite

Key amenities: ensuite shower or bath, bathrobe and slippers, tea and coffee facilities, TV, desk, hairdyer, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi


The main restaurant specializes in all-you-can-eat breakfasts, á-la-carte lunches, and themed buffets by night, such as Mexican BBQ. Classy Esencia offers a modern Mediterranean menu. Traditional La Bodega is all about tapas, while Bar Africano goes big on poolside waffles. At Bar Salón, order from classic mixers and fancy cocktails.

Esencia: Mediterranean fine dining, such as hors d'oeuvre of quail breast with couscous and Miso lime vinaigrette. Reservations required.

La Bodega: classic tapas. Open Weds-Sun for dinner in summer.

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