The convenient location and setting for this charming and chic Top Secret Hotel makes it the ideal choice for any type of visitor, whether you’re staying overnight or over the whole summer. With quick and easy access to the beach and also to the international airport, your trip will be made as stress-free and relaxing as possible. As well as the beach, there is also a beautiful and fascinating municipal capital in the local environs which provides a break from sun, sea and sand and is definitely well worth a visit! Set in the San Miguel de Abona neighbourhood, and near to the Gold de Sur, there is plenty to see and do throughout your stay, and your days will be jam-packed and completely varied.
The wide range of services and amenities, at this delightful and stylish hotel, will see that every individual guest is catered to and has everything they need for a relaxing stay, such as the currency exchange desk, free internet, valet laundry, and car rental desk. The guest rooms and suites are all finished with stunning interiors and design details and feature a television, safe, private bathroom with bathtub and complimentary toiletries and air conditioning. The 4 star property is particularly hospitable to families travelling with children, and there are several handy facilities such as a kid’s entertainment club, play area, paddling pool and babysitting services. Other leisure facilities include bicycle rental, outdoor pool, sauna, nightclub, and tennis courts.
The southern coastline of the island of Tenerife is jam-packed with stunning beaches and sporting pastimes for sun and thrill seekers alike. The most popular and renowned beaches are Colmenares, El Barranco, Amarilla and San Blas, where you can go to relax, play and make the most of the perfect weather, all year round. Also along the coast lie a number of first-class golf courses, and great opportunities to go fishing and scuba diving. Further inland you can find some remarkable nature preserves and the dramatic mountain ranges towards the north of the municipality.
The capital itself, which lies between the deep valleys, still displays fascinating evidence of its pre-Hispanic past in the architecture, artwork and local customs. There are a number of popular festivities that take place throughout the calendar year, so whenever you’re planning to visit you should be lucky enough to come across one. The biggest and most exciting falls on the 29th of September and celebrates the patron of San Miguel Archangel. Expect to see colourful parades street parties and huge traditional feasts.