The Ritz-Carlton, Abama, Guía de Isora, Tenerife
The five-star Ritz-Carlton, Abama commands your attention. Part of that is down to its dramatic clifftop location. It's also thanks to the colour of the exterior - pink never fails to make an impression. Then there's the sheer size of the place; the main part of the hotel is dubbed the Citadel. The hotel's grounds are huge, with guests spread out rather than cluttered in one concentrated area. The effect is calming and there are plenty of private spaces to enjoy a more secluded stay. A hotel with excellent sports facilities, it has attracted famous guests including former sports personalities and current television presenters Gary Lineker and Greg Rusedksi. Bill Clinton has played on the Abama golf course too.
Your expert reviewer
We love the way the hotel is a resort in its own right and you feel unhurried, allowed to explore at your own pace.
The hotel is in a stunning clifftop location, with a sandy beach right below, 20 minutes' drive from the little historic town of Guía de Isora.
By plane: flights from London, Birmingham and Manchester to Tenerife take around 4 hours 30 mins. The hotel is a 30-minute drive from Tenerife South. skyscanner.net
Style & Character
Anyone and everyone will enjoy an Abama stay, from families looking for fun and elderly couples after peace and quiet. The Sun Gate is the focal point of the hotel and its central location offers incredible views of the area.
Service & Facilities
The beach is connected to the resort by funicular and it's a thrilling ride - apart from on windy days!
- Eight restaurants
- Seven pools
- Golf course
- Tennis academy
- Wellness centre
- Fitness centre
- Beach access
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free parking
The lavishly adorned Imperial Suite features its very own swimming pool, marble bathroom, and two sleeping quarters with king size beds. It also offers an on-call Personal Suite Ambassador and a complimentary beauty treatment for couples in the spa.
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Facilities include: ensuite bathroom, Asprey toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, bathrobe, hairdryer, TV, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
The best restaurants for watching the sun go down are El Mirador, complete with infinity pool, and the ocean-facing Beach Club. Colourful beetroot, smooth avocado, and acidic apple make a tasty starter in the form of a tartar at Martín Berasategui's Txoko.
M.B: two Michelin stars, Basque-inspired dishes. Open Tues-Sat for dinner.
Abama Kabuki: Michelin-starred Japanese and Western fusion. Open Thuts-Mon for dinner.
El Mirador: Canarian cuisine including paella and arroz caldoso. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Verona: pasta, artisanal pizzas, extensive wine list. Open daily for dinner.
Txoko: Basque dining. Open daily for lunch, Tues-Sat for dinner.
Rooms available from £236.70 per night
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