The Best Spa Hotels on Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Los Hervideros are lava cliffs on Lanzarote, Canary Islands
Los Hervideros are lava cliffs on Lanzarote, Canary Islands | © ronnybas / Alamy Stock Photo

Volcanoes infused the soils on Lanzarote with nutrients and the waters with minerals, heating the natural springs and sculpting the landscape into ethereal forms. Vineyards carpet craters carved into beds of black ash, and ancient lava flows have dotted the island with pumice stones. In other words, all the elements are in place for a transformative wellness experience at these top spa hotels in Lanzarote – book your stay now with Culture Trip.

Secrets Lanzarote Resort & Spa

Tropical-style pool area with swim-up bar and palapas next to beach at Secrets Lanzarote Resort and Spa
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Aimed firmly at grown-up travellers looking for romance as well as relaxation, Secrets spills onto the beach from an arid, volcanic landscape, like a private oasis. Outwardly, this is the classic resort experience – palm-dotted grounds, multiple restaurants and pools – but, once checked in, the focus is on hydrotherapy, cold tubs, waterfall and mist showers, saunas, massages and aromatherapy at the Romanesque spa. Rooms complement the calming mood with natural fabrics and uncluttered lines.

Hotel Costa Calero Talaso & Spa, Puerto Calero

Giant infinity pool lit up at night with long white hotel building in background at Hotel Costa Calero Talaso and Spa, Puerto Calero
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Hillside Hotel Costa Calero surrounds a huge expanse of pools, palm trees and pavilions, but most guests are lured not by the views but by the therapies on offer at this thalasso spa in Lanzarote. Treatments are centred on the sea, with a saltwater circuit, a hamman, Roman baths, massages and saunas. Rooms borrow colours from the landscape, such as rich sea blues and natural tones of sand and wood. There are multiple restaurants and bars, so wellness doesn’t mean giving up on the resort experience.

Barceló Teguise Beach

Long pool lined with loungers and palm trees lit up at dusk at Barceló Teguise Beach, Lanzarote
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A chic resort on a stretch of volcanic shoreline, Barceló Teguise surrounds a long and languorous pool, but the focus for most is the spa, with its philosophy of salute per aqua – a Roman philosophy of wellness based on hot and cold baths. Inside the rooms, it’s all crisp whites and modern minimalism, and there are plenty of restaurants and bars to fill the moments between therapies. It’s up on a rocky headland – ensuring sea breezes – and a short walk from the sand.

H10 Rubicón Palace

Ocean-view bedroom with white couch, black vanity with green chair and doors to balcony at H10 Rubicón Palace, Lanzarote
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The crater of an extinct volcano rises behind this village-like five-star hotel, laid out on a rocky stretch of coast. Pathways wind between the villas, crossing lush lawns dotted with palms and pools, and rooms have an art deco sensibility, with lots of black-and-white details and balconies for soaking up the Canary Islands sunshine. It’s great for families, with plenty of activities to keep small travellers content while parents are enjoying massages, mist rooms, saunas, jacuzzis and fresh- and saltwater pools.

Elba Lanzarote Royal Village Resort

Lagoon-style pool area with palm trees in islands and canopied daybeds on upper deck at Elba Lanzarote Royal Village Resort
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The volcanic hinterland rises dramatically behind the resort strip at Playa Blanca. The bone-dry landscape is visible from many of the rooms at this village-style resort, which edges a hub of interconnected pools. It’s a strong all-rounder, with bright, inviting blue-and-white suite rooms, superior food, activities for kids (including a mini kids’ village) and spa treatments for grown-ups, including salt- and fresh-water therapies.

Sandos Papagayo

Restaurant dining space with double-height, floor-to-ceiling windows offering oceanfront views at Sandos Papagayo, Lanzarote
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Sandwiched between a volcanic beach and the volcanoes that produced it, this stylish, sprawling resort is on the edge of the Costa de Papagayo, near some of the loveliest undeveloped stretches of beach on the island. Rooms are oriented towards the ocean, with sea-facing balconies, soft upholstery in soothing colours, good family facilities (including five pools) and an impressive range of spa services, including massages, hydrotherapy, facials, mud wraps and more.

Hotel Beatriz Playa & Spa

Lagoon-style pool with boulders, lined by yellow and orange loungers and palm trees at Hotel Beatriz Playa and Spa, Lanzarote
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Facing a broad, powdery beach just minutes from Lanzarote Airport, Hotel Beatriz is a hotel for people who want to get straight out onto the sand. All eyes are on the sea, with water-facing balconies and a string of pools just behind the beach. Rooms are modern and uncluttered – it’s worth splurging on the superior classes for extra space and design panache. Relaxation comes in the form of a two-hour hydrothermal circuit, plus a full menu of massages and treatments.

The Volcán Lanzarote

Outdoor terrace with loungers and palm trees with circular building with black volcano-shaped roof at the Volcán Lanzarote
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With views over the boutiques, bars, restaurants and yachts at Marina Rubicón Village, Volcán Lanzarote places guests in the heart of the action at Playa Blanca. Styled like an Andalusian pueblo blanco (white village), this sophisticated resort targets couples who crave pampering, with bright, airy, Spanish-flavoured rooms and an impressive selection of spa services, from massages to Turkish baths, saunas and a hydromassage pool. For maximum exclusivity, book into Club Volcán, an adults-only section of the resort that feels like a separate village.

Seaside Los Jameos

Cosy bedroom with pale wood and rattan furniture, blue accents and ocean-view balcony at Seaside Los Jameos, Lanzarote
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Inspired by the work of Canarian architect, César Manrique, Seaside Los Jameos has a striking blue-and-white colour scheme that runs from the lobby and public spaces to the window shutters and furniture and fabrics in the rooms. The hotel takes wellness seriously, with excellent sports facilities that include packages for visiting Ironman participants, as well as aquatherapy, saunas, wraps and facials in the spirit-calming, ocean-blue spa. With a great Playa Matagorda location, it’s an enticing package.

If you’re not yet sold on Lanzarote, check out why it’s a must-visit destination, not least due to the impressive restaurants and most beautiful beaches on the island. There are plenty of places to stay by the coast, including the most luxurious hotels on Lanzarote. Or, if you’re budget-conscious, see our guide to the best cheap hotels on Lanzarote, bookable now with Culture Trip. For more options, discover these family-friendly hotels in the Canary Islands.

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