The Ritz- Carlton, Abama is a 400 acres 'finca' (private estate) tucked away in Guía de Isora, a tranquil and less known area on the island of Tenerife.
The resort´s 469 guest rooms and suites are divided between the Citadel (321) and four exclusive rows of ‘Villas’ (148), most of which enjoy magnificent views over the Atlantic, our golf course & beautiful gardens .The recently opened Club Level® offers a unique experience . It has a private lounge for guests with an outdoor terrace and has 19 Deluxe Rooms and two Suites, besides of the Imperial Suite – all ocean view.
The Ritz-Carlton, Abama features volcanic landscapes, exuberant vegetation, breathtaking panoramic views over the Atlantic Ocean. Providing a heaven of escape, the resort is Moorish-inspired and demonstrates its ongoing commitment to refined luxury and impeccable service offering one of Europe’s most exclusive beach resorts.
The Ritz-Carlton, Abama´s continued reputation for gastronomic excellence is demonstrated at its two Michelin star restaurants, including Martín Berasategui´s two starred M.B and the Japanese fusion restaurant Kabuki with one. The Ritz-Carlton, Abama is the only three Michelin starred resort throughout Spain and offers a wide variety of dining options with ten restaurants and three bars.
What our members say:
We had such an amazing time. My favourite holiday ever. The resort was really great, and our room was brilliant. I would say the Staff were the best part of the hotel! They went above and beyond for us. Lydia our representative was especially helpful. Oh, the kids loved kids club too! Couldn’t get them to leave!
Matt and Emma Willis, McBusted Member and TV Presenter
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