The Barcelo Hotel Group begin construction of a new luxury hotel in Tenerife
The joint president of the Barceló Group, Simón Pedro Barceló, along with representatives of Coya Invest, have laid the first stones of the Royal Hideaway Corales Villas, a new 5-star resort of 139 villas and junior suites which will complete the Royal Hideaway Corales Resort in La Caleta in Costa Adeje, in the south of Tenerife, whose inauguration is scheduled for 2023.
The Royal Hideaway Corales Villas plans to open its doors during the second half of 2023, and will mark a new way of understanding experiential luxury on the island of Tenerife.
Located next to the Costa Adeje golf course, Royal Hideaway Corales Villas will offer spectacular panoramic views over the ocean, and will have 61 two and three-bedroom villas with private pools, and 78 junior suites, 39 of them with swim-up pools.
The resort is completed with an all-day dining restaurant, swimming pool and pool bar, a kids & teens club, a wellness area for treatments, and a gym.
The new villas will be part of the prestigious Royal Hideaway Corales Resort 5* GL, which currently has two hotels: Royal Hideaway Corales Beach, for adults only; and Royal Hideaway Corales Suites, a luxury resort for families that is characterized by its spacious design rooms and large terraces with views of the Atlantic Ocean and the island of La Gomera, and most of them even have a private pool.
A member of the exclusive Preferred Hotels & Resorts group of hotels, it has received several national and international awards since its inauguration in 2018.
It has been chosen on several occasions as 'Best Hotel with Luxury Villas in Spain' at the World Travel Awards, known as the 'Oscars’ of tourism; 'Best Hotel for Families in Europe and the Mediterranean 2021' at the Condé Nast Johansens awards, and 'Best Resort in Spain' by the readers of the prestigious magazine Conde Nast Traveler.
It has also been recognised as 'Best Luxury Hotel in Architecture and Design' at the World Luxury Hotel Awards 2020, an award that acknowledges the uniqueness of this avant-garde design complex in the shape of a ship, the work of the Tenerife architect Leonardo Omar.
Yesterday’s event was also attended by the Mayor of Adeje, José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga, the President of the Tenerife Cabildo, Pedro Martin, and Yaiza Castilla Herrera, the Minister of Tourism for the Canary Islands.
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