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Fuerteventura Spain Accommodations

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The Fuerteventura center point is around the area of Ajuy Beach and the area of Playa del Jurado.

Fuerteventura Hotels/Motels & Accommodations

Hotel Rural Era De La Corte
+1-888-690-5247
La Corte 1, Fuerteventura, 35630 Spain
  • Four-star Rural hotel
  • 11 rooms in hotel
  • Most guests said the beds were comfortable
  • Most guests found the staff to be very friendly
R2 Rio Calma Hotel in Pajara
+1-888-305-3366
C / Artistas Canarios 8, Pajara, 35627 Spain ~16.25 miles south of Fuerteventura
  • 4 star Beach property
  • 370 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Dining area could have been cleaner
  • Pleasant hotel grounds
From$160
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Vik Suite Hotel Risco Del Gato - Costa Calma-Fuerteventura
+1-800-881-1523
C / Sicasumbre 2, Costa Calma-Fuerteventura, 35627 Spain ~17.45 miles south of Fuerteventura
  • Four-star Beach hotel
  • Check-in time: 12:PM
  • Spacious rooms
  • Beautiful architecture
From$162
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H10 Sentido Playa Esmeralda : Calle Punta Del Roquito 2
+1-888-283-3404
Calle Punta Del Roquito 2, Pajara, 35627 Spain ~17.85 miles south of Fuerteventura
  • High-end Oceanfront property
  • 333 rooms in hotel
  • About half of guests said the pork dishes didn't taste good
  • Most guests were happy with the tv
From$125
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Sheraton Fuerteventura Beach Golf & Spa Resort Can - Antigua
+1-866-221-8581
Urb. Fuerteventura Golf Resort, Antigua, 35610 Spain ~18.28 miles east of Fuerteventura
  • Luxury 5 star Beach hotel
  • 50 suites in hotel
  • Fantastic view of the swimming pools
  • Room service is perfect
From$142
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Robinson Club Esquinzo Playa : Calle Gran Canaria North 2 Calle Gran Canaria North 2, Jandia -Pájara, 35626 Spain ~23.90 miles south of Fuerteventura
  • 3 star Beach property
  • 381 sleeping rooms in hotel
From$264
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El Patio De Lajares in Lajares C / La Cerca 9, Lajares, 35650 Spain ~24.12 miles northeast of Fuerteventura
  • Four star Rural property
  • 7 rooms in property
Robinson Club Jandia Playa in Pajara Avda. Saladar North 6, Pajara, 35626 Spain ~26.49 miles south of Fuerteventura
  • Mid-scale hotel
  • Has environment-friendly policy See policy
From$106
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Atlantic Garden in La Oliva
+1-888-305-3366
Avenida Gran Canaria 4, La Oliva, 35660 Spain ~29.14 miles northeast of Fuerteventura
  • High end Beach hotel
  • Great pool
  • Accessible parking
Barcelo Corralejo Bay
+1-800-881-1523
Avda Grandes Playas 12, Fuerteventura, 35660 Spain
  • Four-star Beach hotel
  • 2 conference rooms in property
  • Breakfast buffet was amazing
  • Impressive bathroom
From$125
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Vik Club Coral Beach All Inclusive
+1-888-283-3404
Calle Austria Urb. Montana Roja, Yaiza, 35580 Spain ~36.45 miles northeast of Fuerteventura
  • Mid-scale Beach property
  • Hotel has 60 rooms
  • Comfort level is high
  • Most guests didn't like the uncomfortable beds
Princesa Yaiza : Avda Papagayo 22 Playa Blanca Lanzarote Spain Avda Papagayo 22 Playa Blanca Lanzarote Spain, Playa Blanca, 35580 Spain ~38.04 miles northeast of Fuerteventura
  • Luxurious 5 Star Beach property
  • Shuttle to airport available
  • Great room
  • Spacious rooms
From$149
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H10 Rubicón Palace : Urb. Montaña Roja South / North
+1-866-429-5787
Urb. Montaña Roja South / North, Playa Blanca Lanzarote, 35580 Spain ~38.46 miles northeast of Fuerteventura
  • 4-star Downtown hotel
  • 8 floors in property
  • Minibar can be a problem
  • Housekeeping was ok, according to 59%

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'What does a paradise have if not for warm waters and pleasant winds?'
A dated African proverb that is used very often in and around the north coast of Africa goes something like this. And one trip to these parts of the world is good enough to convince you of its meaning and applicability. 

The North Western coast of Africa is known for pristine waters and denser jungles, amazing beaches and deadly pirates, heavy nautical traffic and deserted pieces of secluded islets. Among the most prominent of archipelagos in these parts, Canary Islands attract a good deal of tourist activity and investment venture because of their now infamous taxation laws and foreign fortune haven status. 

But controversies apart, it must be put on record without further ado that Canary Islands are among the very finest that tourists can hope to explore, in terms of their exotic stature, great variety of exploration options and an overall positive vibe. In Canary Islands, Fuerteventura is the proud holder of the status of being the most tourist friendly, attractive and travel-worthy. 

Fuerteventura, quite literally, means a big adventure or a mad adventure, in local Algerian-French dialect. Although it is now a part of Spain, for administrative purpose at any rate, it shows a strong French influence that can be easily perceived by taking a look at the names of cities in Fuerteventura. 

A trio to Fuerteventura can hold a secret treasure of adventures, blissful experiences and a well-founded way towards finding one's soul through some quality alone-time. So, make plans, execute them in earnest, be sure to enjoy those experiences and make Fuerteventura one of your new favourite places in the world. 

To help you kick the plan in style, we've bought a quick handy guide to hotels in Fuerteventura. 

Budget Hotels in Fuerteventura 

It's not a surprise that an island that draws the highest percentage of its local revenue (apart from investment) from tourism is also a breeding ground for the hospitality industry. That's also the reason why, finding cheap hotels will never be a trying and testing experience for tourists who are travelling to Fuerteventura. 

Among the various classes and grades of hotel establishments present on this island, the maximum tourist popularity is centered on cheap hotels. And quite rightly so, for who doesn't want to spend as little as they have to, while still getting to lodge in a comfortable enough style? 

In Caleta de Fuste, La Calita is the best choice available in terms of comfort level, price per night and proximity to beaches. 

Caleta del Mar in Corralejo is also a perennial guest-favorite, sporting a brand of luxury that few tourists can dare to associate with a budget hotel. 

Letting Prices Soar High, Luxury Hotels in Fuerteventura 

It is high time we admit that the best way to travel and tour around an exotic island like Fuerteventura is to plan your stay at a luxury hotel. A luxury hotel can add that spark to your exotic holiday, a spark that you are likely to miss out on if you choose budget over luxury. 

But then again, these are personal choices often dictated by factor other than one's will. So, letting it rest on your shoulders, we are going to provide a glimpse in the state of luxury hotels in Fuerteventura. 

If you happen to be a gold fanatic, Hotel Elba Palace Golf is the best golfing sanctuary with five star treatment that you can ask for. Shell out a little dough and get cracking, luxury and comfort like never imagined before. 

Among other lavish Fuerteventura hotels, Barcelo Corralejo Bay in Corralejo is a fine, fine choice, perfectly fit for a couple's romantic gateaway in the heart of Fuerteventura and Canary Islands. 

XQ El Palacete is our next pick in this category. Characterized by amazing pool structures and stunning interior decor, XQ El Palacete is a wonderful place to let your hair down. 

Independent and Boutique Hotels in Fuerteventura 

There is a new boom in the tourism and hospitality industry around the globe. This boom involves individual house owners, in place of hotel corporations, making their properties available on rent for tourists. This is the same trend that marked rise in the popularity of condo-rentals, holiday rental, studio apartment rentals and summer house rentals. 

Following the same strand of idea, many investors in Fuerteventura have built holiday beach rentals that tourists can benefit from. These are often much cheaper than luxury hotel/resort establishments, and are much more convenient as well as homely. 

One thing that tourists ought to keep in mind while opting for these alternative lodging options is that these are often not cost effective for short stays. So, if you are going to be staying for a night or two, just go old-fashioned way, and find a suitable hotel! 

Hotels Near Airport in Fuerteventura 

There is one international plus domestic airport that services Fuerteventura and its nearby islands. Located in El Mattoral, this airport is solely responsible for bringing much of tourism to Fuerteventura in the 60's. 

Because of the very same reason, there can be found a significant concentration of hotel establishments around this airport, making it easier for tourists to find a hotel of their choice. 

From budget to luxury, all sorts of Fuerteventura hotels can be found in the radius of 10 miles around the airport. 

Fuerteventura Weather: All You Need to Know 

Flashing a weather that is envy of many parts of the world, Fuerteventura is truly an all-time-spring island with not even a semblance of winter to dampen its spirits. 

All year around, temperatures are middling around 60 to 80 degree F, making a trip to Fuerteventura a pleasant experience. For western tourists, April and May are two months when the weather is at its best, with mild, cool breezes making Fuerteventura air balmy and enjoyable.

Throughout the year, Fuerteventura receives scattered rainfall. July and August are known to be the wettest months, and hence, should ideally be avoided while making tour plans.  

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