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The 10 Best Family Hotels in Tenerife, Spain

  • Puerto de la Cruz

    190 family hotels

  • Santa Cruz de Tenerife

    103 family hotels

  • Playa de las Americas

    429 family hotels

  • Los Cristianos

    289 family hotels

  • El Médano

    238 family hotels

  • Adeje

    789 family hotels

  • Las Lagunas

    32 family hotels

  • Playa Paraiso

    39 family hotels

  • Garachico

    16 family hotels

  • Candelaria

    29 family hotels

  • Los Realejos

    23 family hotels

  • Arona

    300 family hotels

  • Callao Salvaje

    83 family hotels

  • La Orotava

    44 family hotels

  • Vilaflor

    7 family hotels

Review Score

Wonderful: 9+
Very Good: 8+
Good: 7+
Pleasant: 6+

Our Top Picks
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Royal River, Luxury Hotel – Adults Only

5 stars

5 stars


This colonial-style hotel on the Costa Adeje features a luxurious spa and beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean. It offers 5 swimming pools, surrounded by sun terraces and gardens.

The elegant rooms at the Vincci Selección La Plantación del Sur have a balcony and sea views. They include an interactive flat-screen TV, and a separate hydromassage shower and bath.
The staff was super nice, helpful, attentive, effective and friendly. Tons of care went into customizing our experience to our liking, down to the choice of daily chocolate left at our bed. The Vila Solarium is amazing in both looks and amenities and is totally worth the price for a special occasion. The hotel is perfect for all-day stays. There’s hardly any reason to leave it for more than a short trip to a zoo or water park. The cocktails are simply awesome and the buffet at both breakfast and dinner is very diverse with skilled grillmen preparing omletes, fish, seafood and meats to your exact liking. The pools are splendid, as are the sunbeds and king-size beds next to them.

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Tenerife Art Hostel


Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Situated in Santa Cruz de Tenerife and within 2.8 km of Caleta de Negros Beach, Tenerife Art Hostel has a terrace, non-smoking rooms, and free WiFi throughout the property. The property is set 7.9 km from Museo militar regional de Canarias, 12 km from Leal Theatre and 37 km from Botanical Gardens. The accommodation features a shared kitchen, a concierge service and organising tours for guests.
Well located, very clean! Beds and appliances are very new and well kept. Extremely helpful and kind staff.

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Hotel RIU Garoé

4 stars

Puerto de la Cruz

Situated 1.6 km from El Bollullo Beach, Hotel RIU Garoé offers 4-star accommodation in Puerto de la Cruz and features a garden, a terrace and a bar. This 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk, a concierge service and free WiFi. The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, fitness centre, evening entertainment and a shared lounge.

The accommodation offers a children’s playground. You can play table tennis, darts and squash at this 4-star hotel, and the area is popular for cycling.
Great food, amazing servis and very pleasant staff!

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Alse Homes Adeje


Featuring a year-round outdoor pool, Alse Homes Adeje in Adeje provides accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking for guests who drive.

The accommodation comes with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer, while the kitchen features a fridge, a dishwasher and a microwave. Some units include a terrace and/or a balcony with sea or mountain views.
Brand spanking new accommodation in a lovely area of Adeje. Didn’t feel touristy which was exactly what we wanted. Plenty of coffee shops and restaurants in walking distance. Apartment has everything you need and more. The host Sebastian was very attentive with all our questions. Beach is only 10min drive away.

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Beach House Apartment


Offering garden views, Beach House Apartment in Adeje offers accommodation, an outdoor swimming pool, a garden, a terrace, a bar and a tennis court. Complimentary WiFi is provided throughout the property.
Perfect to be met by Andrew our host at the airport – excellent location, quiet spot but close to everything you need. I will be back for sure😁

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Tower Suites by Upper Luxury Housing – Parque Santiago


Playa de las Americas

Located in Playa de las Americas, 300 metres from Camison Beach and 500 metres from El Bunker Beach, Tower Suites by Upper Luxury Housing – Parque Santiago provides accommodation with free WiFi, a garden with an outdoor swimming pool, and access to a fitness room. There is a water park on site and guests can enjoy the on-site bar.
Great apartment, location and amenities.

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Villas Parque Santiago III by Upper Luxury Housing

Playa de las Americas

Situated in Playa de las Americas, a few steps from Camison Beach and 600 metres from Las Vistas Beach, Villas Parque Santiago III by Upper Luxury Housing features accommodation with free WiFi, a garden with an outdoor swimming pool, and access to a fitness room.

Villas Parque Santiago III by Upper Luxury Housing offers a children’s playground.
excellent location, great for kids. Between the pool and a sheltered sand beach!

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The Happy Place Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Offering free WiFi and city views, The Happy Place Santa Cruz is an accommodation set in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, just 1.8 km from Caleta de Negros Beach and 1 km from Tenerife Espacio de las Artes. The apartment, set in a building dating from 2008, is 6.3 km from Museo militar regional de Canarias and 10 km from Leal Theatre.
location was vlose to city center

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Tenerife South Apartments


Playa de las Americas

Set in Playa de las Americas, Tenerife South Apartments offers free WiFi, and guests can enjoy an outdoor swimming pool, a garden and a terrace. Private parking is available on site.

Every unit features an equipped kitchen with a fridge, a living room with a sofa and flat-screen TV and private bathroom. An oven, a microwave and stovetop are also featured, as well as a kettle.
George was very helpful in planning the instructions and organizing the room for us, very friendly too. I spoke to him on the chat before and he was able to accommodate us in our preferred room choice, so that was fantastic. We had a great 7 nights, all the facilities we needed for a lovely stay – sun loungers on the balcony but equally you can just go and get a lounger and sit/lay near the pool. Plenty of restaurants nearby, and of course close to sandy beaches (literally a minute of walking and you’re there!), a great place to be able to explore the popular areas of Tenerife. Would definitely recommend it for couples or families. There was a mixture of people but the pool was never too busy and everyone was friendly, no loud music or anything disruptive, a nice calm place to spend a week. Could easily have stayed for longer enjoying the big balcony, great views and lovely weather.

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TOP 15 – Tenerife with kids – Przystanek Rodzinka

There are countless attractions to visit at Tenerife with kids. A favourable climate all year round, a warm ocean, flat, wide beaches with full infrastructure around, varied terrain and contrasting landscapes, a huge number of amusement parks dedicated to children and families, colourful towns full of places tempting with local delicacies and finally nature – also inanimate, that is, unforgettable views and exotic fauna and flora available at your fingertips. Yes, Tenerife has a lot to offer for families!

Tenerife with kids — part 1

You don’t know what to do with your kids in Tenerife? Here are TOP 15 unforgettable attractions for the whole family, which we have checked, and a few other places that Tenerife offers to the youngest, but which did not tempt us (for various reasons), but are very popular among tourists.

The most beautiful beaches in Tenerife

Tenerife offers a lot of beaches – sandy with black, gray and yellow-golden sand. Sand can be used to create buildings like the Spanish Sagrada Familia or medieval castles.

A large number of beaches are surrounded by a breakwater, so the calm waters of the coast are perfect for learning and improving the swimming or diving skills of the youngest, even children. We recommend the beaches of Playa de la Pinta and Playa de El Bobo in Costa Adeje. In addition, the first of them has an water park, which can definitely spice up a longer stay on the beach for families.

I wrote about our favorite beaches before, now I will only mention them. They are all sandy, wide, with parking nearby, unfortunately no toilets )except Teresitas).

Playa del Roque de Las Bodegas TeresitasTeresitas Benjo Benjo Benjo


Tenerife’s attractions for children focus mainly on the ocean. The temperature of the water in the ocean encourages you to swim (purely for recreational or health purposes) throughout the year, not to mention all kinds of sports.

Surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing are water sports that can be practiced in the waters of each of the beaches. However the most popular locationsare El Médano, Playa de Las Americas, the coast of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, where schools of these watersports are located.

Fans of sailing, diving or even canoeing will also not be bored. You can rent kayaks to see the Los Gigantes cliffs.

The clean waters around the coast of Tenerife are also ideal for everyday water fun, including football, badminton and Frisbee. Each beach shop offers this type of equipment.

Routes for families in Tenerife

Sendero de los Sentidos is one of the most popular routes for a family walk. Undemanding paths through the dense Anaga laurel forest – one of the oldest forests in the world – tempt not only with a perfectly prepared trail (some of them are lined with a wooden platform and accessible for prams), but also with the experiences offered – stimulating the sense of smell, sight and touch. The signs with sensory symbols (nose, hand or eye) on the trail encourage you to smell, touch or look at specific things on the path.

Teide National Park – on foot and by car

Most people associate Teide only with the peak of the volcano, i.e. a hiking trail during the day (with permission) or at night (without the required formalities) or a cable car ride to an altitude of 3555 m above sea level.

I will tell you about how our children climbed the highest peak in Spain in the next section.

Now we encourage you to take a broader look at Teide, or rather at Teide National Park. The Teide National Park is not only the highest peak in Spain, but also the surrounding geological treasures, including volcanoes, craters, volcanic chimneys, frozen lava flows and various rock formations.

Interestingly, almost the entire length and breadth of the Park can be covered by car, stopping in numerous places and on viewing platforms, from which there is always an amazing landscape. You have spectacular views at your fingertips, despite everything being comfortable when traveling by car with children.

If you want to accompany us on this trip through the Teide National Park, check out the blog post— Teneryfa i Park Narodowy Teide — spektakularne punkty widokowe. A detailed description of specific points on the map will allow you to plan your own car trip around Pico del Teide. (Polish only)

Trekking with children to the highest peak of Spain, Teide, or its alternative

Stand on the highest peak in Spain, walk on the highest point on the islands of the Atlantic Ocean, tread the crater of an active volcano … This is what our son dreamed of when he found out about the trip to the Canary Islands. Only an apparently extreme feat and at the same time a great dream came true one November afternoon.

Things to remember when going to Teida with your child:

  • Car is the most efficient form of access to the lower station of the cable car (city buses and tour buses also run),
  • most conveniently park in the free car park at the lower station of the cable car, at an altitude of 2,356 meters, which offers 220 parking spaces,
  • in favorable weather conditions, the cable car is open daily from 9. 00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. (high season),
  • the price of an adult ticket is 37.00 €, for a child 18.00 € for departure and return,
  • if possible – buy tickets online (here),
  • pregnant women and children under 3 years of age and people with cardiovascular diseases are prohibited from using the cable car for health reasons,
  • without permission, two trekking routes are available from the upper station of the cable car: trail No. 11 leading to the Mirador de La Fortaleza and trail No. 12 leading to the Mirador Pico Viejo,
  • with a permit, walk along trail no.10: Telesforo Bravona to the Teide crater,
  • personal and valid for the selected hourly period on a specific day, free permit (200 per day) is obtained well in advance on the website of the Teide National Park management (here),
  • departure by cable car and going to the trail must be timed, because the ticket and permit have a specific validity period,
  • appropriate clothing, footwear, headgear and a supply of water are a must.

Below is our photo report from the trip.

If your child’s age or health does not allow you to climb Mount Teide, be sure to take a walk around Roques de García. It is a rock formation located at the foot of Teide. There is a 3.5 km long trail around it, as well as the neighboring geological treasures, which can be covered in an average of 1.5 hours.

It’s worth it, amazing landscapes await there, and in addition, the Teide peak accompanies hikers all the time in the background.

Tenerife, specifically the Teide National Park, has many attractions also for children – a trip to the Teide volcano by cable car, astronomical observations in one of the best observatories in the world – these are only part of the offer that you can find on

A family walk through colorful towns — Garachico, La Orotava, La Laguna czy Masca

There is probably no better way to get to know the culture (cuisine, architecture, customs) of local people and their traditions than walking through the streets of cities. This is exactly how we visit the “urbanized” part of Tenerife. This is how we walked literal kilometers, visiting Garachico, La Orotava, La Laguna or Masca.

Each time we were charmed by similar attractions – the relative peace of the town, the friendly attitude of the residents, the colorful and historic buildings, quaint restaurants and bars with local dishes and unusual attractions such as natural lava pools or parks, giving shelter in the hot afternoon.

La LagunaLa LagunaLa OrotavaGarachico

Whales and dolphins in Tenerife

Admiring whales and dolphins in their natural habitat, such as at the foot of the Los Gigantes cliffs or near the west coast of Tenerife, is an unadvertised attraction.

In the port of Puerto Colon in Costa Adeje there are several companies that organize sea trips. Prices vary, depending on the duration of the trip, options (all inclusive, drinks only, the possibility of swimming in the ocean). There is a lot to choose from.

We decided to go on a cruise organized by Gaby Tenerife. On the Facebook group run by Gabrysia you can also find many other attractions. We took advantage of her help and went on a 2-hour catamaran cruise.

Sunny weather, calm sea and… dozens of long-finned pilot whale emerging from the water every now and then made this day stay in our memories for a long time.

Such a cruise is a great alternative to parks that organize shows of trained animals. The captain and support crew looked out for the mammals for us and talked in detail about their habits.

We very much appreciated the fact that the music on the catamaran was not turned on until we were returning to port, and the captain made it a point several times to be quiet when animals appear in our area (during the day grindwhales sleep, drifting on the surface of the water, at night they hunt).

The return to port took a longer route along the west coast, and we could admire the beach from afar – the hard-to-reach but beautifully situated Playa La Caleta, Playa de la Enramada, Playa del Duque, Playa de Fañabé, Playa de Torviscas and tiny Playa La Pinta Puerto Colón.

The Dragon Tree

The dragon tree, or El Drago, is the oldest and largest specimen of dracaena draco in the Canary Islands. Its age is estimated at about 800 years. To see this age-old species, go to the small village of Icod de los Vinos.

Jardin Botanico

Jardin Botanico is a botanical garden between Puerto de la Cruz and La Orotava.

The spectacular Ficus macrophylla will delight everyone without exception. Children are free to walk or run (;) through the maze of paths among flowering and fruiting plants, including pineapples, mangoes, avocados, arabica coffee, and the colorful pink bilberries. The flora of the Canary Islands, but also of Africa, Asia, and South America, is there at your fingertips.

Tenerife with kids – unusual attractions for children – animal sanctuary

Tenerife horse rescue and animal sanctuary „Refugio de animales” is a quaint place on the island. The ecological farm (finca) was established 3 years ago. Volunteers from all over the world try to provide decent living conditions for the animals staying here.

The finca is home to over 200 animals, no longer just horses (often previously used for tourism and agriculture).

The buildings, pens and facilities are built using only natural or recycled materials. Electricity comes from solar panels and shower water is heated with horse manure.

It’s an unusual place – it shows people’s selfless devotion, empathy and living in harmony with nature.

How can you help? The farm has its own website where you can find all the information —

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watching the stars

“One of the three best firmaments in the world” – This is the slogan that attracts tourists to the sky above Teide. In fact, the night sky here is one of the best in the world for astronomical observations. Being on Tenerife you can see as many as 83 constellations during one night.

It is not surprising to learn that in 2014 the sky over Teide received the Starlight Foundation’s distinction, which only places with the best conditions for astronomical observations can boast.

The right latitude and clean air guarantee an excellent view of the starry sky. If you want to admire them, all you have to do is go to the easily accessible Teide National Park, which is free from any light pollution (because it is located at an altitude of more than 2000 m).

We went out several times to watch the stars at night. We were able to see spectacular constellations, such as Cassiopeia and Pegasus. By the way, planets such as Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, and sometimes Mercury can be seen from anywhere on the island. The Stellarium app, available for both iPhone and Android, helps us to decipher the names of all the objects in the sky.

If your children are older than 8 and you’re hungry for more excitement, Teide National Park has a great offer for astronomical observers, including an astronomical observation on Teide or a guided day visit to the observatory. More details can be found on the Park Teide website.

Museum of Science and Space

Museum of Science and Space is the largest and most popular science museum in the Canary Islands. The huge number of interactive stations and presentations on space and man can keep children and adults occupied for several hours.  

Several stations are off-limits due to Covid-19 standards, and the descriptions of the experiments and exhibits are mostly in Spanish.

What can you learn at the Museum of Science and Space?

  • how does the solar system look like with the size ratio of planets and sun?
  • how is it possible that a 5-year-old boy is able to carry a passenger car?
  • How to explain the different phases of the moon?
  • why do ozone holes appear in the atmosphere?
  • how much would we weigh on the different planets, the sun and the moon if we stood on them?

The museum is open Sunday and Monday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. (enter for free on Fridays and Saturdays from 4 p.m.).

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Spanish holidays and festivals

If you plan your stay around Christmas or during Carnival, there are many attractions waiting for you.

Did you know that the Tenerife Carnival is the second largest in the world? Admiring the colorful procession in Santa Cruz is second to none.

The Carnival Museum – Casa del Carnaval, is open all year round. You can feel the atmosphere of carnival madness all year round. The museum is free of charge. In its collection collects, among others, costumes awarded in specific years of Carnival queens.

During the Christmas season, it is worth visiting La Orotava. Since the beginning of December, the town has been engulfed in a festive atmosphere – street decorations, a Christmas market and nativity scene exhibitions.

For several years, an exhibition of nativity scenes has been organized here. This year (2021), in addition to the exhibition at the Centro de La Cultura de San Agustín (free, besieged, with restrictions due to Covid), other nativity scenes are being set up in 26 places in the city. A map with the trail is also available on the Internet.

The exhibition is impressive — especially the movable nativity scene in the museum depicting Bethlehem at the time of Jesus’ birth. Intricately made elements of the nativity scene (fruits, animals, interiors of huts), moving elements (mill wheel, people at work, moving animals), flowing water, play of lights. For small and large it is an extraordinary attraction. It perfectly introduces the world into the atmosphere, especially when there are no living Christmas trees and snow around.

Tenerife – attractions for children –

culinary delights

I have already written about the cuisine in Tenerife (Kitchen in Tenerife (Polish only), or what to try in Tenerife).

We know that every child has different culinary tastes. One eats shrimp, another can eat only bread with cheese every day (the former, such a truly Polish, in Tenerife it is very difficult) or potatoes (an individual with such a passion can feel lucky on the island – papas arrugadas will satisfy not only his taste buds, but also solidly fill his belly).

Fortunately, most children love fruit, and there is no shortage of those on the island. The variety of taste, color, astonishing shapes and exoticism of the fruit tempts the eye and tongue. There is a lot to choose from. Maraku, carambolas, papayas, dragon fruits, kaki… and of course platano, which is the local small bananas.

Interestingly, our children treated as an attraction trips to fruit and vegetable markets, which served products always fresh, organic, directly from the local hosts.

Tenerife with kids — part 2

There is also a large number of attractions that I will only mention, but which we consciously did not visit. We will still wait to visit the water parks to be able to take advantage of most of the attractions offered there, because currently the age and height of the junior is a limitation. Parks where you can see trained animals are not for us.

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This is the end of our list of Tenerife — attractions for children for now. We update and add further points on an ongoing basis.

Experts’ choice: the best hotels in Spain


Spain is the most colorful, cheerful and sunny country in Europe. The flow of those wishing to visit it does not dry out, while the tourist market in Spain is traditionally strong in both democratic and premium areas. Leading experts from Booking, Trip Advisor and independent travel experts have selected the best luxury hotels in the six main tourist regions of the country for ELLE.

Marbella: Marbella Club

The best hotel in the most glamorous part of the country, which is called the “Spanish Saint-Tropez”, is a real star of the hotel industry. Tourist market professionals are unanimous: this is not just the main hotel in the region, but one of the best in Spain and in the world. And it’s not that it is located a couple of minutes from the sea, famous for its luxurious pools and restaurants, perfect service and incredible infrastructure – its own lush garden, golf club, personal terraces. Marbella Club is a legendary hotel, a star hotel, a brand. Celebrities and the richest people of different eras have stayed here – from Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly to Sting and Roman Abramovich. nine0003

This was once the private residence of Prince Alfonso von Hohenlohe. The luxurious Mediterranean-style complex became a haven for the owner’s friends: when the number turned out to be too large, the family residence became a privileged club, and later – the best hotel on the coast. Famed as a holiday destination for the aristocracy and celebrities, the Marbella Club continued to grow and gain popularity year after year. Today, as before, among the guests, you can often see the rich and famous, as well as all connoisseurs of first-class hotels. nine0003

For example, Marbella Club Thalasso Spa is considered the best spa in Spain and Europe. Inspired by the Mediterranean lifestyle, programs are a mix of wellness practices and luxurious spa treatments. So, special aesthetic programs offer beauty therapy, helping to find harmony, anti-stress programs restore emotional balance and help put up barriers from stress, and those who are ready for serious physical exertion and work with a star nutritionist are waiting for more serious steps. But the result is the removal of toxins, increased endurance, stimulation of metabolism, weight loss and other bonuses of the joy of discipline. nine0003

By the way, celebrities from all over the world flock to the famous dietary menu from the author of the bestselling book about curative fasting Amanda Hamilton. The nutritionist selects the menu individually for each guest. The know-how of the system is to choose products that contribute to the solution of a certain task: for example, to stimulate the production of collagen. Here are some quotes from the menu: citrus scallops on wakame, cantaloupe sorbet with Iberian jamon slices, grilled king prawns with baked vegetable salsa, kiwi carpaccio with tangerine juice. nine0003

Losing weight, becoming prettier, enjoying life and blooming is not boring for the whole family – the hotel has a wonderful children’s club with a dance studio, a music room and a “fairytale forest”.

The comments of Booking and Trip Advisor users say this: it is difficult to rate this hotel on the usual ten-point scale – it deserves its own category.

Barcelona: Majestic Hotel & Spa

This grand spa hotel is housed in one of the city’s most recognizable buildings on Paseo de Gràcia, with the famous façade seen on most tourist postcards. Majestic Barcelona is rightfully considered the main hotel in Barcelona and its symbol – a special Trip Advisor quality certificate and several thousand user reviews are evidence that the hotel is a must-visit. All the stars of the first magnitude stop here since the time of Hemingway, who adored the view of the city from the famous hotel terrace. nine0003

For special guests, Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona offers to enjoy the same view from a huge private penthouse: the panorama that opens from the Majestic Royal Penthouse is simply fantastic – Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia and the most luxurious street in Barcelona. The space with bedrooms, living rooms, dining area, bar, jacuzzi and other delights of a luxury suite of the highest standard occupies 500 square meters, which is simply an unprecedented story for Europe. Another feature of the service is the services of a personal driver, a butler and a premium car for the entire stay. nine0003

But even if you don’t stay in a luxurious penthouse, but in a standard room of the Majestic Hotel & Spa, you are guaranteed to enjoy. This hotel is not only famous for its location – its infrastructure is also beyond praise. It is customary to say that this is a spa hotel, since the hotel’s wellness area with a steam bath, sauna and a wide range of treatments is considered the best in the city. The hotel’s luxurious rooftop pool allows you to swim directly overlooking the city.

The Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona honors tradition – the design of the legendary hotel has been preserved in the original classical style and for many years live music has traditionally been played in the Del Majestic piano bar in the evenings. nine0003

Mallorca: Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa

Opened in April 2012, Jumeirah, one of the world’s premier luxury hotel brands, has become a real gem in Mallorca.

Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa is located on a high cliff, and the view that opens from its windows and spacious terraces of the lively port, a cozy bay and the endless expanses of the Mediterranean Sea is considered programmatic.

The hotel is located near the fishing village of Port Soller and is about half an hour from Palma de Mallorca Airport. The hotel with the most beautiful sunsets and sunrises, it is designed in such a way that from almost any point there is a panoramic view of the sea or the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. nine0003

Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa is a story about complete relaxation and tranquility. As planned by the creators, Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa consists of 11 eco-buildings and offers its guests 121 rooms. All buildings are interconnected by picturesque internal passages made of natural stone and exotic plants. The hotel complex fits perfectly into the natural landscape of this amazing place: all buildings and interiors, as if echoing the landscape, are designed in muted pastel colors. nine0003

In terms of amenities, the hotel offers a range of luxury services – the luxurious Talise Spa, 2 outdoor pools with bars and a 24-hour heated outdoor jacuzzi. One of the Talise Spa saunas is considered unique in its kind: one of its walls has been turned into a panoramic window overlooking the mountains.

Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa is the most luxurious and fashionable hotel in Mallorca. It offers two gourmet restaurants at once: the fish Cap Roig and the authentic Es Fanals Restaurant, where you can taste local cuisine. The best view of the sunset opens from the terrace of the Sunset Sushi Lounge, which is located on the top floor of the main hotel building. nine0003

Leisure activities are no problem either – from fishing, diving and snorkeling to individual tours to orange plantations and excursions to private art galleries as part of the Unique Experiences program. The picturesque village of Port Soller is just a 15-minute leisurely stroll from the hotel, from where you can travel to the old town of Soller through the orange and olive groves on a 19th century wooden train.

Tenerife: The Ritz-Carlton Abama

The luxurious The Ritz-Carlton Abama is a state within a state and a hotel you don’t need to leave, because there is absolutely everything for your dream vacation. Immersed in the greenery of lush tropical gardens, spread over 160 hectares, it offers guests 7 outdoor pools, a huge spa, a golf course, tennis courts, a beautiful beach and 10 restaurants – and 2 of them are Michelin-starred. Moorish-style villas and rooms offer a fantastic view of the Atlantic Ocean – they are all located on top of a cliff, and a special funicular takes guests to the sea. nine0003

A particularly piquant moment is the fact that the resort is located on the slopes of the Teide volcano, the highest point in Spain. The absolutely unique nature of this corner allows us to call The Ritz-Carlton Abama a real “oasis of luxury and tranquility. ” It is surrounded by banana plantations, and its private beach with crystal clear waters and golden sand protects the bay from the winds and bad weather.

Territory – the main advantage of the best hotel in Tenerife. The incredible landscape of the hotel and its unusual architecture are responsible for creating a very special atmosphere: the main building is located facing the Teide volcano from the east and the Atlantic Ocean, and the rooms are on different levels, which provides sea views from almost all points. Hence – a feeling of flight, space, but at the same time – home comfort, bliss and peace. nine0003

The Ritz-Carlton Abama is ingeniously executed even in small things. For example, the colors are chosen to balance the five basic Chinese elements. So, in the Koi Carp pool live 63 colored carps of gold, orange, yellow, white and blue hues.

The huge hotel has 461 renovated rooms and suites, as well as 148 private villas with private pools and ocean views. Absolute privacy and an atmosphere of seclusion are especially suitable for lovers and families with children – for younger guests, the hotel has an animation group A Ritz Kids. nine0003

Madrid: Hotel Ritz

The most luxurious hotel in the Spanish capital, located in the heart of Madrid’s Golden Triangle, is a legendary hotel and one of the finest examples of Mandarin Oriental luxury. The Hotel Ritz Madrid is a historic hotel in its classic sense: with an atmosphere, the right old times and a brilliant audience. Stars, official delegations of the highest level, royal families – this is how the guests of the main hotel in Spain look like. The Ritz in Madrid is not encrypted with simplicity – it is incredibly beautiful, cozy, expensive and calm here. nine0003

In addition to being praised by luxury-conscious hotel critics, the Hotel Ritz Madrid has an unprecedented 9.6 out of 10 rating on Booking, which is the exception rather than the rule for a premium hotel. Even the most desperate “revizorro” can’t find anything to complain about, because everything is perfect here – a luxurious lobby with live music, a fantastic spa, and the legendary Goya restaurant, the place of power of all secular Madrid.

And, of course, location. Hotel Ritz Madrid is located five steps from the Prado and Thyssen-Bornemisza museums, the Zarzuela theater and the Retiro Park – that is, all cultural attractions, major business and shopping centers, bars and restaurants are within walking distance. God only knows how within the walls of this great hotel, with such a neighborhood, it is possible to maintain an atmosphere of calm and comfort. nine0003

Ibiza: Ushuaia Ibiza

Ibiza is the world’s premier entertainment mecca, and without a doubt, its iconic hotel is the incredible Ushuaia Ibiza project in every way. This adults-only hotel is located in the liveliest part of the island at Playa d’en Bossa, and the parties here never end.

At first glance, the famous Ushuaia is a large modern building with 2 huge pools and a spa, bars and restaurants, one of which, featuring Japanese fusion, is considered the best Asian restaurant in the city. But in fact the whole hotel is one big venue for all sorts of parties and a real open-air club.