20 Mar

Sheraton Salobre, Gran Canaria

An oasis in the volcanic dessert…  Three nights in the Sheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Golf Resort was barely long enough to discover every hidden pool and shady palm frond and yet just enough to feel immersed in another world.

The Sheraton is set in the arid hills with panoramic views and the hotel is vast – on the final morning we were still taking wrong turns.  The beautiful thing about wayward wanderings in this place is that every corner seems only to unearth yet another instagram paradise.  Blond wood and big plants and concrete walls and water trickling over infinity edge pools… it is honestly truly beautiful.  The breakfast is epic and the mocktails from the heated sunset rooftop pool were a particular highlight.  So you need a car to get around but nothing is truly that far away (travel guide coming soon) and if you want one of those four poster poolside beds it’s gonna cost you but it certainly didn’t take the shine off for us.

I think what’s most special about the Sheraton Salobre is that in spite of being such a giant, the multilevel layout and surprise pools and decks mean that it feels really intimate – it has that small boutique vibe you know?  And I love that.




With thanks to the Sheraton Gran Canaria Salobre Golf Resort for a wonderful stay.

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  1. Anne Posted 20 Mar at 9:33 pm

    Looks fantastic|

    • Thankfifi Posted 30 Mar at 2:39 pm

      It truly was.x

  2. mediamarmalade Posted 21 Mar at 10:03 am

    Looks incredible Wendy, making me want to go away again

    mel x


    • Thankfifi Posted 30 Mar at 2:40 pm

      It was an absolute dream, you would love it!x

  3. Lauren Posted 21 Mar at 10:02 pm

    It looks fantastic chick, I’m craving sun!
    livinginaboxx | bloglovin

    • Thankfifi Posted 30 Mar at 2:40 pm

      urgh me too – want to go back already!x

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