Nestled within subtropical gardens and lush vegetation, and tucked away from the usual hustle and bustle of seaside towns, this delightful 4 star Top Secret Hotel in northern Tenerife is our top pick for the island. The property is an idyllic hideaway for the ultimate relaxing and rejuvenating break, whilst still enjoying close and straightforward access to the charming and chic town of Puerto de la Cruz. The views over the Mediterranean coast and of the impressive mountains and volcanoes further inland make this spot unique and special and will ensure your stay is unforgettable! As well as just remarkable backdrops, the hotel also provides guests with world-class hospitality and a full range of services and facilities to make you feel at home and comfortable.
Some of the featured commodities include a news stand, valet laundry, PC and internet, luggage room and grocery shop. There is also handily a free shuttle service that drops and collects guests to the beach or to the city centre, several times a day. When you return after a busy day exploring the sights or relaxing on the beach, the spacious and comfortable guest rooms are a tranquil sanctuary with private balconies or terraces, mini-bar, television and luxurious en-suite bathroom. You can also enjoy an evening at the hotel’s own bar or nightclub, or stay active with table tennis or indulge with a visit to the sauna. This secret hotel is a perfect getaway from everyday life!
Discover a tropical paradise at the Botanical Gardens, nearby to Puerto de la Cruz, and spend the day admiring and learning about rare and exotic plants. Created back in 1788 by the then king, Carlos III, the gardens were made to house the plants brought over from the tropics and to acclimatize them to their new habitat. Over the years, the site has seen the growth of many new trees, flowers and shrubs and now covers an expansive 20,000 square meters of space. The opportunities for photographers are infinite and there is a lot to see, no matter what time of year you visit. If you’re a keen gardener or plant lover, you should also pay a visit to the thousand year-old Draco (or dragon) Tree. The particular species of tree is the symbol of the Canary Islands, and is only found in few places around the globe. This giant example is 20 meters in diameter at the base and 17 meters high and weighs a gigantic 150 tonnes!