The Ritz-Carlton, Abama
- Steam Room
- Hydrotherapy Pool
- Ice Room / Ice Fountain
- Plunge Pool
At a glance
White sand bunkers and palm trees characterise the golf course and there is also a golf academy to help you perfect that swing.
Perched on the edge of the volcanic island of Tenerife, rooms enjoy sweeping panoramas of the azure Atlantic.
Hotel Spa Venue
Luxury seeps through from the rooms to the spa which is located in the middle of the complex; and to make things even more convenient they also offer a weekday shuttle service to the Safari Shopping Center in Playa de Las Américas.
There are 10 dining options and it is the only resort in Spain two have two restaurants with Michelin stars.
Abama Golf & Spa Resort is 28 minutes from Tenerife South Airport. Flights are not included but can be arranged.
There are supervised activity clubs for children aged four to 12 years and children under four can attend with adult supervision. The club is open from 10am until midnight, but there is a charge of €8 per hour for each child to be looked after between 6pm and 12am.
Spa & Leisure
The Abama resort takes the view that everyone’s health is different, which will account for the wide range of facilities and activities on offer. There is an adult only swimming area, while the spa has a Roman inspired hydrotherapy pool as well as steam rooms, a sauna, Turkish hammam, plunge pool, snow cabin, tepidarium, garden and juice bar. There is also a gym, yoga and Qi-Gong (outside, naturally), along with seven heated pools including a family pool, tennis, golf and of course the beach – along with its two natural rock pools. Inspired by Asian and African influences, and scents of herbal flowers, the spa makes use of ESPA spa products. Making liberal use of natural, local materials such as volcanic stones, mineralising marine algae, aromatic herbs and fruits including papaya and banana, treatments are tailored to the individual – adding that extra bit of luxury to your manicure, pedicure, wrap, scrub, massage, mud bath or breathing ritual.
Hotel & Accommodation
With 469 rooms and suites, all with a balcony, the five star venue is a case of quality and quantity. There are multiple options as you might expect, from the Citadel rooms at the centre of the complex to private villas, all boasting neutral tones, panoramic views of the sea or golf course, and contemporary furnishings with a Moorish twist. Catering to what is essentially a village in its own right, there are 10 restaurants and three bars ranging from the two Michelin starred M.B restaurant created by renowned chef Martin Berasategui, and under the instruction of Erlantz Gorostiza; to their Michelin starred Japanese restaurant, Kabuki; and the poolside Los Chozos for lighter options. There is also a spa café, wine bar, sports bar and Cubanika, a brand new rum and cigar bar to get you in the mood for some Havana nights.