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Lopesan Costa Meloneras Resort, Spa & Casino
4.0 of 5 Hotel   |   Mar Mediterraneo 1, Meloneras, 35100 Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, Spain   |  
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Dublin, Ireland
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 18, 2013

We arrived at our Hotel on the 5th of Sept. our first impressions were we were delighted it looked amazing. We approached the reception area to check in and were greeted by the lovely Irena who was so helpfull, during check in we were offered a lovely cool drink which was most welcome. We laughed when Irena gave us a map to help us find our way around but we did need it. Then the heart stopping moment when we were told that the hotel was fully booked and they could not accomidate our requests, my heart sank I love a sea view as we have to travel some distance at home to see the sea and it is really important to me, however Irena smiled broadly and said I have some very good news for you you have been upgraded to a senior suite free of charge and told us what this would be like, I never heard a word she said such was my excitement,into the lift as fast as we could and off to see our room or should I say rooms , we had a hallway with unit into the lounge diner with large plasma telly leather couch and chairs glass top table, we could walk on to the balcony from here, we went back through a lobby with 3 wardrobes loads of space, into the bathroom built in shower his and her sinks and jacuzzi bath massive fantastic into the bedroom again huge wih two Queen sized beds and another plasma tv . On one ocassion my husband was snoring and I had to crawl across the bed to give him a dig in the ribs ha ha. We could also go on to the balcony from our bedroom. The sea pool view was amazing I would never tire of it, the infinity pool was massive and I loved it loungers were not a problem snacks and drinks available poolside lovely. This hotel is beautifull the food superb with a huge selection of starters main and deserts you can eat outside or inside its beautifull . The staff were so plesant and helpfull on the morning we were leaving several staff said goodbye to us and the restaurant manager came and shook hands with us (I am sure I have not given him his correct title) we thought this was a lovely touch and felt that we were important to the hotel. The night time entertainment was great we noted early evening the children were involved in a little show , thought this was great. The hotel is very wheelchair friendly which is another fantastic touch. Also if you dont wish to stay in the hotel of an evening go out the back gate to a lovely prom walk with plenty of shops and restaurants. If you are going to book this hotel do not hesitate you will have a holiday of a lifetime. The bus station is a right turn out the main gate across the road a litle supermarket pharmacy lots of shops and restaurants we would go there to watch the football. Maspalomas is a quiter area but that is exactly what we wanted visited Puerto Rico it would not be for us. We got out and about and saw alot of the Island by land sea and air it is amazing several climates on one Island, our last day was my husbands birthday so I arranged a helicopter trip if you can do it go for it to see the sand dunes from the air is something else. Another think take the lift to the 8th flower and climb the 50 steps to the top of the building the views well worth the climb. So in conclusion our sincerest thanks to Irena Management and staff of this wonderfull hotel I can not recomend it highly enough and am hoping in the not too distant future to return, to enjoy another week in Paradise. Muchas graias

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  • Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 17, 2013 via mobile

Great hotel in excellent location near shops restaurants and bars. Rooms tidy clean and air conditioning. Nice balconies and views. Second visit and will go back again.late checkout and good evening entertainment

  • Stayed September 2013
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed September 17, 2013

< Room >

Asked for a double room on a high floor, when we arrived were shown to a 'family room' with a sofa bed already made up on the lower ground floor (floor -1)! We had to ask 4 times to change room before speaking to someone in guest relations who kept insisting that they were "fully booked"! How can a hotel with over 1000 rooms be fully booked? Eventually, after 2 hours of negotiating a room was suddenly available on the sixth floor, although it was a twin room. We were told we could move to a double room the next day, but had to be at reception between 1 - 2 pm (same as the previous review!!!).

< Swimming pool >

They insist their policy is; you are not allowed to reserve sunbeds by putting your towels on the sunbeds. When we went to the pool on our first day, around 9 am, half the sunbeds had towels with nobody in sight. So, the next day we decided to play the same game and put our towels to reserve 2 sunbeds. When we came back our towels had been removed and a letter had been left to advise us this is not allowed! Another Spanish family had the same thing happen to them! I don't understand how come people from "some countries" in this hotel seem to get away with doing this and seem to get the best spots every day.

< Staff >

The staff in general at the hotel are the rudest we have ever encountered. We have travelled all around the world and have stayed in many hotels. I'm sure you can get a better experience in a $10 hostel backpacking!

The staff in the restaurants are really inattentive and rarely bothered to ask us if we wanted coffee or tea. One of the staff who checks your room number when you arrive into the restaurant is particulary rude, his English is very basic. He never uses please or thank you and barks commands like "follow him", "take it" and never smiles. Although, he is able speak German very well as I heard him being extremely friendly to the next guest!

One afternoon, we came back to the hotel through the back gate, we noticed lots of older people passing through the gate without question. But, when it was our turn to come through we were asked to show our room card! Perhaps as a 30-something inter-racial couple we aren't as trustworthy???

The pool counter staff was very rude, didn't say hello or thank you and never smilled when he gives you your towels!

We asked for our suitcases to be stored in the luggage room as we had a late flight. When we came to collect our suitcases we were presented with a key card and told to get our luggage ourselves!!! We thought maybe because it's late at night, they don't have any staff. As we were coming out of the luggage room the bellboy walked passed us! He didn't even say hello or try to help us - absolutely disgusting!

Most staff at this hotel seem to have a poor level of English. Even at reception I had to explain myself time and time again before I was understood. Surely English should be an important language to be able to communicate with people from all over the world?

The friendliest staff at this hotel are the maids! They are the only people who ever said hello or acknowledged you!

< General atmosphere >

We found this hotel incredibly stuffy and pretencious. I am still in my 30's and I don't feel the need to put on shoes, slacks and a shirt in the evening when I'm on holiday. They have a rule that you must wear trousers (not jeans) and a shirt (long sleeved in one restaurant) if you want to eat in the restaurants in the evening. This is not a suave gentleman's club, it's a hotel for people on holiday wanting to relax.

< Guests >

We found a lot of the guests here (mainly from a particular country very prominent in this hotel) very ill-mannered. We found ourselves being constantly stared at. I thought western Europe was pretty multi-cultural??? I guess not. We were made to feel like an uninvited guest at a party!

  • Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 1 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 3 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 1 of 5 stars Service
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LopesanHotelGroup, General Manager at Lopesan Costa Meloneras Resort, Spa & Casino, responded to this review, October 5, 2013
Dear guest,

First of all we would like to thank you that you have taking the time to send us your feedback regarding your stay in our resort.
We really apologize that the hotel and our offer didn’t match your expectations.

Our reception department is always doing their utmost to fulfill all the wishes of our guests, always assuming that the wishes are meeting the booked reservation category. Our hotel provides 1136 rooms and suites in total and every guest has the right to change the room within the booked category if he shouldn’t be satisfied with the received room by any reason; always according to the availability. We are working hard to realize all the requests of our guests as good as possible, but unfortunately in your case we haven’t receive any special requests regarding room preferences in advance.

We kindly ask you to contact the hotel directly if you should consider a future holiday in our hotel, for making sure that we can take care of your wishes.

We are very sorry to hear that you didn’t feel comfortable with our other guests, as we are glad to welcome during the year guests from all over Europe and the world.

Hopefully you will visit us again in the future and please do not hesitate to contact our public relations department for any further questions or suggestions.

Best regards,
The Management
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 17, 2013

Stayed at this hotel from 29th August -9th September 2013 we stay on second level, room had a view of palm trees, this did not bother us we were not staying in the room all day only for sleeping and showering!!!!, The hotel staff from upper management to the gardeners were friendly and polite, the grounds are large, but easy to navigate around, The food is excellent so much choice, entertainment not bad (they need to sort out sound system) what we loved were the waiters they were smartly dressed at all times of the day, you didn't have to wait long to be severed they were there in a flash!!!,What we did see were pool men removing towels that were left out, and a message left were the towels could be fetched from, brilliant!!!! we had no problem finding a sun lounger.
We will stay again at this hotel, we loved it!!!
clients mainly German and Dutch we had no problems we did make friends, everyone friendly.
It was great not to be sitting with "load mouth drunks" like some hotels I've stayed at, sometimes it makes you ashamed to be English!!!!.
You will love this hotel really you will.
Take care now x

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  • Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 17, 2013

This is really an excellent hotel, in many aspects worthy of 5 stars. Yes, it’s big, it’s actually huge (over 1100 rooms!!), but the many guests more or less diffuse over the vast space. And thanks to a very intelligent (and beautiful!) design the building is never intimidating, on the contrary, it has a very charming and fairytale-like architecture. The rooms (even the standard ones) are spacious and well-equipped (separate bath and shower, bath-robes!) and the staff is friendly, multi-lingual, efficient and very hard-working. The facilities are countless, in the paradise-like and extremely well-maintained tropical garden (one of the most beautiful in any Canarian hotel) are 5 separate swimming-pools (from big to enormous!), and every night there’s live entertainment on the central terrace. The only minor flaw is the size of the two main buffet-restaurants: to accommodate so many guests they unavoidably have to be very big and as a result are somewhat lacking in atmosphere. But you can also eat more romantically outside in the garden. The cooking is excellent: everything home-made and with an enormous choice. But my biggest compliments go to the breakfast: I’ve never experienced, even in any 5 star hotel, such a luscious breakfast-buffet with such choice and variety!! All the afore-mentioned, combined with it’s situation directly at the beginning of the beautiful long beach and the Meloneras boulevard with many restaurants and trendy and up-scale shops, make a stay in this hotel a rare joy.

  • Stayed September 2013, traveled solo
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed September 15, 2013

Stayed at this hotel again (second time) from 7th-14th September 2013. Once again, the stay was fantastic with the staff being most helpful and the grounds of the hotel being absolutely spotless. The room was very difficult to find, even with a map, but I put this down simply to the size of the hotel itself and it being quite spread out over a large area. I was staying at the hotel over my birthday and on my birthday itself, the hotel put a complimentary bottle of cava with a note wishing me a happy birthday; this was such a nice and unexpected touch!

The room itself was a good size. The only 1 major gripe I had was that I booked a double room for single use and got a twin for single use. It is often just a case of pushing the 2 single beds together to make a double but the sideboard in between the 2 beds did not pull out meaning I had to sleep in the bed as a single. When I approached the hotel reception over it, they did offer me the chance to look at another room, but I had to hang around until between 1 and 2pm on that day to be able to look at it. As I had plans with other friends staying in other resorts, I told them to just leave it and that I'd make do with the room as it was; this was annoying as it wasn't what I had paid for/booked!

I have booked the Lopesan Villa Del Conde for a break next May and hope that it lives up to expectations. I wouldn't rule out staying at Costa Meloneras Resort again but I would need to think twice after not receiving the room I had paid for.

On the plus side, there were sufficient sunbeds around the various pools and the food I tried there was fantastic.

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  • Stayed September 2013, traveled with friends
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 2 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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LopesanHotelGroup, Manager at Lopesan Costa Meloneras Resort, Spa & Casino, responded to this review, October 21, 2013
Dear guest,

We wish to thank you very much for your review published on Tripadvisor.
It is a pleasure to hear that you mentioned positively the cleanliness of our facilities and our friendly and helpful staff.
Our double rooms have different types of bed, to meet the diverse expectations of our guests.
Our reception staff is delighted to offer a room change, in case a guest is not satisfied with his room.
Their satisfaction is very important for us.

Once again we would like to thank you for your comments and hope to welcome you again at the Lopesan Costa Meloneras.

Best regards
The Management.
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2 of 5 stars Reviewed September 11, 2013


We looked forward to staying at this hotel, but were very disappointed with the noise. At 0800 in the morning, some days earlier, the maids would start cleaning the adjacent rooms (we opted to have them come later in the day through a form they had left in the room - very good!), and due to the lack of sound proofing, particularly between floors, we were woken up every single morning at around 0800 by scraping, door slamming and knocking sounds. Considering the amount of time they used on each room, I can only guess that they were moving every single piece of furniture around every single day, always dragging it along the floor. We made a complaint, but were not offered a better room. Instead we got a free bottle of cheap Cava, which we don't even like. A nice gesture, I suppose, but I expect better service from a 4 star hotel. They did not seem interested in making our stay comfortable. Due to these abrupt awakenings, we are both less rested now than before we went on vacation. If you sleep lightly as the both of us do and like to sleep in late on occasion, I would discourage you to stay at this hotel.


The beds were hard and uncomfortable and were not stationary. They had legs in the bottom end with no anti-slip material under them, and wheels in the top end. On top of the frame there was a thick but not particularly comfortable, hard, springy mattress. The pillows were oddly shaped, flat and hard. The covers consisted of one sheet and a slightly thicker blanket, that didn't seem 100% clean (at least it wasn't changed during our stay). Often we had the exact same sheets after the maids had been to the room and made the beds.


The hotel was generally very clean and bug free. The only cockroaches I saw were one outside the reception area when we arrived and one in the pool area at night. The next 12 days of our stay I saw none. The cleaning was good. We are fairly tidy, but the maids did not seem to move any of our things on tables or in the bathroom, so if you want it spotless, be prepared to move your stuff out of the way, no matter how little it is. I would be much more content if they did that instead of remodeling the rooms every morning.


Breakfast was included in our booking. The food was mostly so-so, but edible. I had however expected a bit more from this hotel. The big problem with breakfast wasn't the food, but the airplane-hangar-like halls where the mayhem took place. No kind of acoustic plating in the ceilings or walls, so it always felt busy and noisy. Some days I didn't even bother going there and ate in the room instead in relative silence. There didn't seem to be any kind of queueing system in place, hence the word "mayhem".

Room service

Room service stops at 2130 (or was it 2230?). This isn't a huge problem, but we arrived late (around 2300) and would rather just eat in our room and go straight to bed. Instead we had to go out and eat, which was okay, but not as convenient and comfortable after a long flight as room service would've been.


We tried two of the restaurants at the hotel grounds. The first one, El Churrasco, had the rudest waiters I've ever come across. We are a well-behaved, friendly and polite couple but still got worse service there than rowdy pool guests who sat there in nothing but their speedos. We were ignored during our entire meal, were not offered more to drink during the meal, were not offered dessert, nor did they seem to want us to pay for the meal as we were ignored for a good 20 minutes after they had cleared our plates away. I only got to pay when I got up from the table and one of the waiters nearly freaked out. When complaining to the hotel's customer service, I was told that the hotel does not own the restaurant, but that they would look into it and get back to us as to why we were treated this way. It was this incident along with the noise that prompted them to bring us free Cava to the room (instead of the explanation that I had politely asked for). The food at this restaurant was good however, but we stayed away from it.

The other reastaurant (the name escapes me), near the lobby, served us what to me looked like undercooked Chorizo sausage for our starter. We took a gamble and ate it, though, and we're fine, but it really didn't seem fully cooked. This was enough for us to not give them another chance.

As for reastaurants around the hotel, I strongly recommend Grand Italia (great pizza in particular) and SushiMex (good sushi, not so sure about the Mexican dishes), both in front of the hotel. Somewhat pricey, but mostly excellent food. I also enjoyed most of what we had at the Bali restaurant, across the road on the other side of the hotel. There's a lot of mediocre to bad, severely overprices restaurants around this area.

Pool area

The pool area is generally well maintained and looks fantastic, but there are some serious issues with 1) the layout and landscaping and 2) guests who "reserve" loungers long before sunrise (or at least before breakfast) by placing towels and their non-valuable belongings on them, making it near impossible for more scrupulous guests like us to get good loungers. Now what do I mean by that? What's a good lounger? This takes us to the pool area landscaping. It looks really great, but there's way too much shade due to the hundreds, if not thousands of trees.

The pools are a bit on the cool side, and even at the time of our stay, in early September, I felt that they should have been heated slightly. They were colder than the sea. I really hope they are at least heated in the winter. There were some chipped off tiles here and there, which I see some others have mentioned, but I didn't find it particularly bothersome.

The only pool bar at the hotel, where one can actually sit in the pool and have a drink, has the bar stools in the shade most of the day as it's facing north-west. The service there was also wildly unreliable, the employees focusing on the other side of the bar towards the seating area, and very rarely checking to see if there were guests in the pool part.

You can only get new, clean pool towels 1000-1100 and 1630-1830, which came as a bit of a shock to me. Pool towels left in your room are not replaced by the maids, and if you're late for the party, you accordingly don't have pool towels until 1630. Sunset during our stay was at around 2000, the sun leaving the pool area well before that.

Evening entertainment

The evening entertainment was, I'm sorry to say, laughable, but I suppose that's a given when you don't pay any admission. Most nights there was a gaudily dressed band (with one or two of the members being decent musicians) that played the worst renditions of old hits that I've ever heard, mostly 70's and 80's pop-rock, but some other material as well. There were some saxophone-sounding solos occasionally (unknown if it was actually a saxophone, keyboard or guitar synth of some kind), and they were always severely out of tune. It seemed to be the same band every single night.

We also got a glimpse of some acrobatic dancers that seemed to struggle quite a bit with their moves and ended up toppling a screen wall on stage as the went backstage. I'm honestly worried that they might hurt themselves some day. At one point we also got a quick look at the children's entertainment while passing through, and it looked okay, but from what I could hear it was mostly in German or Spanish, due to most of the hotel guests being of these nationalities.

Internet access

There's free Wi-fi in the lobby, but this is exceptionally under-dimensioned. Even when no one is there it is slow and unreliable, and impossible to use most of the time as there's always an unusual amount of other guests there (due to it being free). You can get slightly more bandwidth by paying something like 15 euros a day, which we did on two occasions, but I would hesitate to call it broadband and I don't think it is worth the price. I mostly ended up surfing on my phone instead due to the small amounts of data making it both cheaper and faster (believe it or not).

Extra charges for amenities

As others are mentioning, the hotel charges extra for everything. Want new, clean pool towels? That's 1 euro each. Want to use the safe in your room? Expect to pay for it. Decent pillows? Oh, they are available, but not "for free".


While not directly about the hotel, I think the other guests are a big part of the experience, so here goes.

During the day, most guests are like one would expect from a gaudy Gran Canaria hotel. No human body or swim wear is too ugly for the pool, which is perfectly fine by me (But what's with all the speedos? What's wrong with bathing shorts?). When darkness sets, however, there's a fascinating transformation taking place. Everyone finds their white pants, pastel colored tops, hefty amounts of perfume, and sit down to listen to the aforementioned horrible band, at least the older segment of the clientele. Also, beware of straying too far from this unofficial dress code even when dining outside of the hotel. Some of the nights, wearing shorts that were perfectly fine and a nice new T-shirt, I got a few of nasty looks and even overheard a snooty English diner at the next table commenting it and how it looked "like I came straight from the beach", as if if we were in some actually cultured and luxerious location and not right next to a huge beach (which most people go there for) in an over-priced hotel. I don't bother getting offended by such things, but I mention it to serve as a warning to you if you don't enjoy being constantly stared down and evaluated, and being the main subject of other people's conversations. This applies whatver you are doing or wearing (except in the pool area, where everything seems to be allowed). Speaking English and German and having a decent, basic understanding of Dutch, I often picked up on other people's conversations where they tried to guess where we were from. Not a big deal, but it's just another annoyance that comes with the mindset of much of the guests in the area. I've gotten a strong impression of the Germans, Dutch and Brits in this location as particularly tactless and rude. If you're Scandinavian or from any other country not mentioned, I recommend that you try a different hotel, perhaps even a different location for this reason alone. There's probably some decent hotels in Playa del Ingles, Arguinegin or Puerto Rico, that have much more relaxed and informal guests without going too far in the opposite direction? I don't know if I dare try and find out..

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  • Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 1 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 1 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 3 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 2 of 5 stars Service
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LopesanHotelGroup, General Manager at Lopesan Costa Meloneras Resort, Spa & Casino, responded to this review, September 18, 2013
Dear Guest,

We thank you very much for taking your time to give your opinion about your stay in our resort. We always do our best to make our guests feel comfortable and satisfied during their holidays and we do really apologize if in your case we did not manage it.

Your suggestions are very much appreciated and you have our assurance that we pass all your comments to the departments in charge for including them into the regular guest polls, which are very important for our constant improvement process.
As our hotel is one of the biggest in Europe, we are always interested in providing the latest information about the hotel, the installations, the offer and possibilities to all the tour operators and agencies - as well as on our homepage of course - in order to avoid that guests are not able to enjoy their stay with us by not having received the correct inquiry or description.

We always benefit from the feedback, we are getting from our guests, as this is the best way to maintain our standards, which our clients are rating highly and with which we are able to satisfy the expectations of our guests.

We honestly regret that your stay was not satisfactory for you and if you should change your mind regarding a future stay with us, please do let us know.
For any further questions or information please don’t hesitate to contact our public relations department.

Best regards,
The Management
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Address: Mar Mediterraneo 1, Meloneras, 35100 Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, Spain
Location: Spain > Canary Islands > Gran Canaria > Maspalomas
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Casino and Gambling Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#2 Family Hotel in Maspalomas
#2 Spa Hotel in Maspalomas
#3 Luxury Hotel in Maspalomas
#3 Romantic Hotel in Maspalomas
#3 On the Beach Hotel in Maspalomas
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:4 star — Lopesan Costa Meloneras Resort, Spa & Casino 4*
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Lopesan Costa Meloneras Resort, Corallium Spa & Casino is situated on the sea front on thesouth part of Gran Canaria, very close to the Dunes of Maspalomas Nature Preserve. It issurrounded by an undeniable natural beauty environment, this spectacular hotel complex offers allthat is needed to enjoy unforgettable holidays, full of restful moments, leisure and fun. ... more   less 
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