, Pajonales, 19, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria.
Wavia is a small, urban boutique hotel situated in a quiet corner of Las Palmas, just a short walk from the Playa de las Canteras beach. The singular and distinctive decoration of the hotel features mural photographs of Canarian underwater scenes taken by the renowned photographer Arturo Telles. The minimalist lines and bold white walls give a real sense of immersion in the submarine world.
Personal attention is the watchword at Wavia Hotel so for all sorts of service, you only have to ask. Room service will bring you a meal from some of the best restaurants in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. You can arrange guided tours of the island, yoga on the beach, diving, surfing, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding and more, directly from the hotel. If you have a car, there’s parking just 50m away, and if not, the hotel will arrange a transfer from the airport.
The distinctive style of Wavia Hotel comes to the fore in all the guest rooms. Each of the rooms is named after one of the best ocean locations in the Canaries. Choose from double beds, twin beds, or king-size. Most rooms have a balcony and some have a certain amount of sea view. They all include a choice of pillows, a big television with international channels, wi-fi, air-conditioning, a fridge, a safe, bathrobes and slippers in the bathroom and even beach towels and a mask and snorkel.
While most visitors come to Gran Canaria for the beaches and the scenery, the location of Wavia Hotel in the capital opens up a wide range of top-quality restaurants and the opportunity to sample five centuries of history and culture. Start in the Santa Catalina park just a few minutes from the hotel and then move on to the Elder science museum. Perhaps follow that with the Nestor museum and it’s Canarian village, and finish in the Vegueta historic quarter where you can visit the house of Christopher Columbus.
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Feels like an underwater hotel.