Me and my partner came here for a week at the beginning of July for our first holiday abroad together and the hotel did not disappoint. This hotel is great, its quite small but its wonderful! Dear guest, Thank you very much for your review and time you have dedicated to write it. It is a pleasure for us to know that you had a nice holiday in our Hotel and highly appreciate the feedback you gave us.
Costa Teguise travel information and video
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I travel there twice a year- for its great weather and cycling - and by now, I nearly know my way around it better than Dublin. Over the past six years travelling back and forth, I've established a pretty extensive Little Black Book. Here are a few of its most thumbed entries! Firstly, don't let the name put you off. This Asian restaurant is located on the busiest street in Lanzarote, and I assumed it was another 'tourist trap' - but since my first visit I make sure to go every time I'm on holidays. Enjoy manages to match great food with entertainment, people-watching and a lively atmosphere.
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In the tale of King Arthur's round table, Sir Lancelot, like many of the other knights, set off to find the Holy Grail and spent many years questing in strange places for this sacred relic. A couple of whimsical Spanish writers adapted this legend and suggest that Lancelot came across an island in the ancient Atlantic mists, took to it, and was never seen again at Camelot. He named it after himself - in Spanish, Lanzarote. It's a good story, and the reality of the place might have appealed to the handsome knight, maybe a bit jaded after his amorous jousting with Queen Guinevere, who fancied the iron pants off him - it might even have reminded him of his mythical home.