Las Madrigueras Hotel

5 star 

Located in the marvellous setting of Las Americas golf course, this impressive hotel is ideally suited for the lively resort of the same name. The three storey Colonial style complex with just 57 bedrooms blends into the landscape and boasts views of the course and the island of La Gomera. The bedrooms offer a high level of comfort and great views from private balconies. Enjoy a light lunch at the ‘Belle Vue’ terrace restaurant or sample delicious delights in the a la carte dining room. Cocktails are served in the piano bar and to work all the food off, take advantage of the Spa facilities including turkish bath, sauna and shower temple.

  • Hair-Dryer
  • Room Service
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Duplex Suite BB
  • Duplex Suite HB
  • Junior Suite BB
  • Junior Suite HB
  • Superior double room BB
  • Superior double room HB
  • Superior room for sole occupancy BB
  • Superior room for sole occupancy HB
  • Bar
  • Jacuzzi
  • Television
  • Car Park
  • 24 Hours Service
  • Restaurant
  • Wellness
  • Steam Bath

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  • Golf del Sur

    Golf del Sur This course comprises three loops of nine, of which the North and South courses provide the biggest challenge. For example, the second hole on the South course is 213 yards, has an island green and is surrounded by black sand. Easy?! Plus, your short game will be scrutinised as you endeavour to …

  • Amarilla

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  • Las Americas

    Las Americas Las Americas Golf The course is very well looked after and provides a myriad of challenges - water, crafty dog-legs and judging the distance to the flags right. The greens are also slick and defended by well-placed bunkers. There are a couple of Par fours that will tempt the longer hitter but …

  • Costa Adeje

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  • Abama

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  • Vincci Buenavista

    Vincci Buenavista Situated on the north-west corner of the island, this Seve Ballesteros-designed course is surrounded by a mountain range and the ocean. Five greens are close to the small cliffs which give an impression of hitting right into the water! All the shots in your bag are required. Not long but it makes …

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