The entrance hall is spectacular. It is gigantic and carefully decorated by the famous architect Alejandro Sans. Whether referring to the decoration or the service, you will notice right away that not one detail was left to chance. Everything is brand spanking new. Flowers are to be found all around and pleasant background music helps guests relax as soon as they check in. In addition, air-fresheners subtly diffuse fragrances, which, combined with the music; indulges the guests' senses upon their arrival at the Palacio de Isora Hotel! Countless little lounges are available for guests to relax in and admire the surroundings.
Once you have been handed your keys, you can move on to the great central patio, the 'Plaza Atlantica', where some of the activities and entertainment take place. This is the true heart of the hotel and here again, the architecture is very impressive. A large fountain stands imposingly in the centre and comes to life every hour, offering a real show of coloured water.
As far as the amenities are concerned, you simply can't miss the 260 metre-long seawater pool designed in the shape of a lake, with a total area of 5,000m² (one of Europe's largest). More than a simple pool, it is more like a private sea with a breathtaking view of the neighbouring island of La Gomera. Two pools are exclusively dedicated to children.
If you are looking for something to quench your thirst, 'La Cava' welcomes you for a taste of the world's best wines, while the 'Coctel Bar' offers a lively atmosphere where you can savour the island's best cocktails.
Amenities include a gym with a view, a games room, a children's club, a night club, a golf simulator and a gigantic spa. As its name suggests, the Palacio de Isora is a real palace and is most probably one of the most luxurious hotels of the Gran Melía group.