However, there’s plenty more to relax with than the beach. There are no fewer than five swimming pools, a dozen lounges and a full complement of wellness amenities. As well as an innovative thalassotherapy circuit, you’ll be able to indulge with the likes of spa treatments and tailor-made programmes. Then, if you want to stay active, there’s everything from tennis and squash courts to a pitch and putt course. That’s alongside a state-of-the-art gym, open 24 hours.
With eight restaurants on offer, every taste is catered for, whether you’re after Italian classics and Mexican favourites or Basque specialities and French brasserie fare by a Michelin-standard chef. As well as pan-Asian offerings, there’s also plenty that roots the resort in Tenerife. Expect the best in traditional Canarian cuisine, along with Mediterranean indulgences informed by the local catch.
Then, once you’ve finished your botanical walks, water sports or yacht excursion, you’ll return to your plush accommodation. Dressed in Spanish tiling and handcrafted ceramics, rooms are decidedly Mediterranean, with private balconies and terraces taking in the views of the verdant subtropical gardens – most also face the ocean. Upgrades also mix in everything from 24-hour butler service and pillow menus to a courtesy bar that serves evening canapés and midmorning cava. It’s a similar story in the luxurious villas, each featuring a private pool.