Five star luxury, stunning natural surroundings and unparalleled hospitality awaits you at this recently opened brand new luxury golf & spa hotel. Situated in the idyllic location on the northwest coast of Tenerife, in the prestigious Buenavista del Norte, this stunning hotel incorporates all the very best of service, accommodation and location to bring you the trip of a lifetime! The natural beauty of the setting lends spectacular views from the hotel’s guest rooms and suites of the dramatic Teno Mountains, the azure waters and the lush vegetation. The property itself puts design and style at the forefront, which can be seen throughout, reflected in the opulent colonial style and luxury furnishings and details.
Whether you’re planning a short-term stay or a long family vacation, there is plenty to see and do in the local area, as well as infinite entertainment within the property and its grounds. The expansive complex is home to a gift shop, florist, library and reading room, Wellness Centre offering spa treatments and a hair salon. The destination onsite restaurant serves up a delicious and varied a la carte menu with a choice of traditional cuisine and international favourites, and after dinner the lobby bar is the perfect spot to rendezvous with friends or colleagues over a glass of your favourite wine. Sporty and adventurous visitors will love the proximity to one of the best golf courses on the island, as well as activities available nearby such as trekking, kayaking, diving and snorkelling.
Make the most of the abundance of outstanding natural beauty along the northwest coast of the island and take refreshing hikes around the Palmar Valley. The expansive valley provides the perfect opportunity to breathe some fresh, clean air and to enjoy a slower pace of life whilst getting away from the throng of tourists in the centre and at the beaches. This particular rural location is especially unique because it is lesser known than other hiking highways such as Barranco del Infierno and La Caldera, which are always much more highly populated. The friendly locals that you may meet along the way are mostly farmers and labourers, and otherwise you’ll only come across a handful of mountain goats and the occasional quaint hamlet shop selling locally-made cheese or crafts. The views at the very top make the long climb more than worthwhile, and on a clear day you can see as far as Mount Teide.