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The Abama Resort Tenerife Spain

Jason Smith
 


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The Abama Resort is a truly unique luxury beach resort operated by The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company. It’s located on the slopes of Tenerife’s Pico del Teide volcano, the highest point in Spain. The Abama Resort is a charming hotel offering a variety of, accommodation options in its Citadel and the most exclusive luxury Villas in Tenerife. The hotel was designed by the renowned Chilean/Bolivian architect Melvin Villaroel and is a magic citadel of interconnected Moorish buildings with burnt terracotta buildings. Due to the layout of the hotel, guided by the system of Feng Shui, it means that you will find calm and seclusion.

The Abama is surrounded by earth-coloured walls, assymetrical structures, and flora that is perfectly integrated into the architectural design provides an incomparable setting that induces relaxation and enjoyment. Guests can enjoy panoramic views over the Atlantic Ocean and the island of La Gomera. This spanish resort is surrounded by banana plantations and has its own secluded golden sand beach and a myriad other facilities including a tennis academy, golf course, no less than nine swimming pools, ten restaurants, three bars and a nightclub.

The resort has direct access to the beach and the shops, bars and restaurants of Playa San Juan are 4km from the resort. It is a secluded sandy beach, set against looming slate cliffs, The beach is a dream with imported white sand and a fantastic beach club. The Abama resort has its own breathtaking golf course and golf academy which would impress the most discerning golfer. The Abama Resort has 9 restaurants for guests to choose from, offering culinary options ranging from light, simple cooking to highly sophisticated, world class gourmet cuisine. M. B is at the top of the scale, and is the signature restaurant of the world-famous Basque chef and holder of three Michelin stars, Martin Berasategui. The Abama resort is situated in Guía de Isora in Tenerife, Spain.

Guía de Isora is a municipality in the western part of the island of Tenerife, one of the Canary Islands, and part of the Santa Cruz de Tenerife (province). Guía de Isora is north of the Tenerife Sur suburb. On Tenerife's West coast, the region of Guia de Isora offers several beaches to enjoy, some sandy some pebble. Alcala beach is particularly popular with windsurfers. The area is also popular for the Los Gigantes Cliffs and the walking trails at Mount Teide National Park are also close by. The main tourist areas within Guia de Isora are Alcala and Playa San Juan, both of which offer an ideal base for those seeking a relaxing holiday in the sun with a good choice of shops and restaurants.

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