The Hotel Boji offers all the comforts for those travellers who move to Gran Canaria for work, or who want to enjoy the leisure and gastronomy of the capital of Gran Canaria.
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the most cosmopolitan city in the Canary Islands and one of the cities with the best climate in the world. Its coast is bathed by the Atlantic and the trade winds, resulting in an average temperature of 17º in winter and 25º in summer.
Gran Canaria airport has an intercity bus service that connects the passenger terminal with the city in just 20 minutes. The service from the airport (Line 60) starts at 06:15 h. and ends at 23:15 h. every day of the week.

Hotel Boji

Calle Luis de la Cruz, 10 · 35003 · Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

What to do in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria?

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a destination you can visit all year round. Its climate makes it a very dynamic city where you can enjoy the sun and the beach 365 days a year. You can also enjoy activities and relax on Las Canteras beach -one of the best urban beaches in the world-, take part in cultural routes around the city and practice water sports.
Its old town stands out with 500 years of history where you can discover the rationalist heritage in the neighbourhoods of Vegueta, Triana and Ciudad Jardín.

Interesting places to visit


The historical centre of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is located in Vegueta, an area with a colonial architecture, in which the Plaza de Santa Ana and, at its extremes, the Casas Consistoriales and the Cathedral stand out.

The museums (the Casa de Colón, in the old Casa del Gobernador and dedicated to his journey, the discoverer and his time; the Canarian Museum, with the aboriginal legacy; the contemporary Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno and San Martín Centro de Cultura Contemporánea; and the Casa-Museo Pérez Galdós, in the Calle Mayor de Triana, anteroom to Vegueta) make up the cultural offer of an environment that also includes buildings such as the Ermita de San Antonio Abad, the place where the sailor prayed before crossing the Atlantic.

In addition, Vegueta, Triana and the surrounding area are currently home to a wide range of restaurants, ideal for the visitor to have a complete experience in the old city.


The capital of Gran Canaria has become a destination with a rich gastronomic tradition in the 21st century. An extensive menu that includes typical local cuisine (wrinkled potatoes, pig's feet, sea and land products, Canary Island cheeses...), and a review of these dishes from a contemporary perspective.

In addition, the city stands out for its great offer of restaurants and bars with different gastronomic ranges, and delicacies suitable for all palates. This is especially appreciated if you travel with your family.


Las Palmas de Gran Canaria stands out for the uniqueness of its beaches:

Las Canteras, one of the most important urban beaches in Spain, has won several national and international quality awards, including the Q for Tourism Quality. It stretches from La Puntilla to the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium, a three-kilometre route in which several areas can be distinguished, each with its own peculiarities.

El Confital beach is located on the peninsula of La Isleta, a protected natural landscape, and is the natural extension of Las Canteras beach. It is admired for the cleanliness of its waters, the beauty of its rocks and cliffs and the tranquillity it offers to swimmers.

Next to the city's sports dock, bordered by a promenade and flanked by two of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria's yacht clubs, is Las Alcaravaneras beach. The tranquillity of its waters, sheltered by Puerto de La Luz and Las Palmas, allows the practice of different sports at sea.


  • Calle Luis de la Cruz, 10 · 35003 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria · España
  • +34 928 203 759