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Seaside Palm Beach is a particularly gay-friendly Maspalomas hotel, since it’s practically as close as you can get to the gay beach: the start of Maspalomas gay beach is a stone’s throw away, and then it’s a short walk along the beach to the gay vibes of Hut 7. There are plenty of direct buses to the Yumbo center, including some all-night services.
The hotel also happens to feature some incredibly cool and colorful design, really standing out for the bright personality of its rooms. There are four color schemes, inspired by the natural colors of the island and each creating a distinct atmosphere: sunny yellow and turquoise, soothing violet and green, flirty coral and blue, or understated beige and brown. The decor feels fresh and modern but with a touch of 70’s vintage,
The rest of the hotel is equally colorful and well-designed, with the large lagoon-style swimming pool being the central highlight. There is also a saltwater wellness pool and a brine pool, along with excellent spa facilities including sauna, steam room, and salt cave.
Fitness fanatics will be spoiled for choice, with a lovely gym surrounded by palm trees as well as yoga, qi gong, and tai chi classes. There is also a tennis court available free of charge for hotel guests, and many top-of-the-range golf courses nearby.
There are three restaurants serving a range of delicious Spanish specialties, as well as a snack bar and a swanky 70’s-style lounge bar. The hotel also has a “Cross-Dining Programme” with Seaside Gran Hotel Residencia, where you can try out the food at both resorts for an extra fee.
♥ 3 pools perfect for both fitness and relaxation
♥ Luxury, colorful, and unique design rooms
♥ 3 mins walk to Maspalomas gay beach