Sat on a dramatic cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, with its azure waters and surrounding natural beauty including the Teide volcano, this great spa resort in Tenerife promises guests an unparalleled stay on the Island. Ensuring that the outstanding natural splendour of the location is at the forefront of your stay, you will constantly be in touch with the lush tropical gardens and in view of the mountain ranges and dramatic cliffs around the northern tip of Santa Ursula. The Hotel Resort is set around a number of outdoor pools and terrace lounge areas that provide an idyllic setting for rest and relaxation throughout the duration of your stay.
The multitude of convenient commodities will also guarantee that you have everything you need for a successful and memorable trip, such as the cyber corners with PCs and free internet, free beach and city centre shuttles, news stand, library and currency exchange. The site also boasts a buffet restaurant, terrace bar serving exquisite cocktails and handsome private gardens. If you’re looking forward to a peaceful and luxurious stay, the leisure facilities will exceed your expectations, from the Wellness Centre with Turkish baths and massage treatments, to the table football, billiards and tennis facilities, the choice is all yours!
The region of Santa Ursula promises visitors an infinite supply of picturesque landscapes and hidden enchanted spots, as well as tonnes of history and culture to explore in between. Many of your days can be spent travelling up and down the countryside or making the most of the year-round sun on the beaches. Within minutes of the hotel you can be at the highly popular Puerto de la Cruz and its multiple beaches, and where you can also discover several rocky caves and try your hand at some water sports. Another must-see is the Playa Jardin – the perfect destination for a leisurely stroll through marvellous exotic gardens and a spot of tea at one of the many delightful pavement cafés. If you’re the more active type, don’t miss a chance to catch some waves in one of the best surfing stations in Europe, Playa Martianez.
Close by to Santa Ursula, La Orotava is another charming town with heaps of history and culture. The municipality housed the wealthiest and noblest families in the island after the Spanish conquest and today is a picture of an affluent agriculture, aristocratic architecture and prestigious restaurants and shops.