Ritz Carlton Abama
A Canary Island Retreat – Inspired by Tenerife’s cultural heritage, the resort encapsulates the island’s rich and progressive essence. Exhibiting a fashionable array of experiences and interests, it expertly transcends typecasting to balance family, spa, cuisine, fitness, a leading tennis academy, and an 18-hole golf course.
Property Features & Amenities – Twelve dining venues including the two Michelin-starred M.B offering Basque cuisine and the Michelin-starred Abama Kabuki Japanese-fusion restaurant, Par 72, 18-hole championship golf course, designed by Ryder Cup player Dave Thomas, with a challenging, varied terrain, Luxury resort spa drawing inspiration and ingredients from the Canary Islands and featuring a garden, water facilities and couple’s treatment room, An impressive collection of wellness facilities including seven swimming pools, seven tennis courts, four paddle courts and a state-of-the-art fitness center, Indoor, outdoor and beachfront venues for meetings, weddings and other events, complemented by professional planning services and custom catering, Ocean-view accommodation including guest rooms, luxury suites and adults-only villas and suites with exclusive services and additional tranquility, On-site shopping area in Exclusive Shops at The Ritz-Carlton, Abama. Family suites and adults-only villas.
Rooms & Suites – Influenced by the inimitable fusion of North African and Spanish design, The Ritz-Carlton, Abama has an assorted selection of 459-guestrooms and suites, all thoughtfully-crafted to suit a variety of tastes and circumstances.
Dining – Fine Cuisine & Coastal Beauty – A magnificent location along the slopes of Tenerife’s Teide Mountains sets the tone for the resort’s restaurants. The collection’s crown jewels are M.B, awarded two Michelin stars for its Basque cuisine, and the Michelin-starred Japanese-fusion restaurant Kabuki. “MB” – Inspired interpretations of Basque region cuisine have earned this fine dining restaurant two Michelin stars. The chef’s respect for ingredients shines through in each dish. “Abama Kabuki” – This Michelin-starred restaurant presents dining as theater with four defined areas and a fusion of Japanese and Western culinary techniques. The location offers a breathtaking view. “El Mirador” – Set atop a cliff, this restaurant celebrates locally sourced seafood and its incredible view of the Atlantic Ocean. The North African-inspired architecture offers a romantic touch. “20/20 Steakhouse”- Named for its selection of 20 meats and 20 wine categories, this contemporary restaurant draws from top farms worldwide and locally sourced Spanish specialties. “Verona” – Classic and innovative Italian cuisine come together at this elegant restaurant. Handmade pastas, artisanal pizzas, and fine cheeses sourced from Italy are among the highlights. “Txoko” – Traditional Spanish gastronomy is evolved into modern interpretations for today’s discerning palates. Bold patterns and contemporary furnishings create a simple yet elegant dining space.
The Beach Club – This oceanfront, outdoor restaurant serves freshly prepared dishes, barbecue, cocktails, and refreshing drinks. It’s the perfect venue for catching the sunset. “La Veranda” – Breakfast offers a bounty of options here, where the daily buffet features more than 150 specialties. Local fruits, fresh pastries, Spanish ham, and hot dishes are among the selections. “Los Chozos” – Light snacks, modeled after Canary Island specialties, salads, and sandwiches are offered alongside cocktails and refreshing drinks at this poolside restaurant. “The Club House” – After a round of golf, settle into a light lunch or early cocktail hour at this casual restaurant. The terrace overlooks both the golf course and the ocean. “Sports Bar” – A traditional English pub in the Canary Islands. Classic bar fare, televised sports, and a carefully selected offering of beers and spirits create a distinct dining experience.
The Spa – Holistic and transformative, the resort offers moments of relaxation and tranquility. Underlined by the seven pillars of wellbeing, the spa offers tailored treatments, classes, and wellness programs from an extensive and locally-influenced menu. For beach devotees, a secluded golden sand cove can be reached by glass funicular or resort train. Populated by comfortable sun-loungers, it is a rare spot for contemplation. Attuned to different times of day, there is an inventive, fluid program of wellness activities, offering health-enhancing opportunities inspired by nature. Private and group yoga, Tai Chi, Fly Yoga, beach stretching, spinning, and Pilates are complemented by jogging and trekking trails through banana plantations and botanical gardens. With a comprehensive tennis academy, fitness center, an 18-hole golf course, the resort upholds a sporting legacy.
Area & Attractions – Within the archipelago known as the Canary Islands, Tenerife attracts visitors with its temperate climate and diverse landscape. Here, tropical vegetation gives way to beaches with golden sand and perfect blue waves. Vineyards pepper the island, enhancing Tenerife’s strong gastronomic traditions and Michelin-starred restaurants. And presiding over it all is Mount Teide, the world’s third tallest volcano and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Perfectly situated along the island’s southwest coast is this luxury resort, which balances impressive ocean views with gardens that encompass more than 90,000 plants. Guests can experience the breadth of Tenerife’s outdoor recreation with activities like hiking, whale watching, water sports, and helicopter tours. Or ride the train or funicular from the hotel down to an exclusive coastline stretch and while away the day on the beach.