It’s three and easy for new Tenerife golf hotels
Golfers visiting Tenerife can forget about those three-putts and instead focus on the three superb hotels to have linked up with Tenerife Golf for 2019.
Royal Hideaway Corales Resort, Hotel Gara Suites and Gran Melia Palacio De Isora have joined the wide selection on offer in the largest of Spain’s Canary Islands with golfers and visitors able to enjoy the ongoing appeal of the year-round sunshine and the many attractions on offer.
The five-star resort Royal Hideaway Corales Resort in Costa Adeje was awarded the 2018 Best New Luxury Hotel in Europe at the European Hospitality Awards and overlooks Playa Enramada beach, next to the picturesque town of La Caleta. It is in an ideal location to play at Golf Costa Adeje, Golf Las Americas and Abama Golf, with a dedicated golf desk and other services for golfers.
For those who prefer their golf course just a few steps from their room, the Hotel Gara Suites Golf & Spa is actually situated within Las Americas Golf Course, just 200 metres from the clubhouse and a five-minute walk from the beach, restaurants, attractions and nightlife of Playa de las Américas, while a hotel team is on hand to make golf bookings and offering all advice on the other courses on the island.
Gran Meliá Palacio de Isora is a five-star hotel located on the southwest coast of Tenerife, with the figure of the island of La Gomera in front and the majestic Teide as its backdrop. Abama Golf and Buenavista Golf are within just a few minutes’ drive, while there is also easy access to Amarilla Golf and Costa Adeje.
With nine courses and a wide variety of layouts on Tenerife and on the nearby island of La Gomera to choose from, it is a golfer’s paradise – especially with the average year-round temperatures of 23°c.
Tenerife Golf’s Carlos Beautell, said: “Tenerife Golf already has a wide selection of fantastic hotels and other accommodation options to choose from to suit all budgets and demands. But we are delighted to welcome these three hotels, which can only enhance the choice on offer for our guests.
Aside from the wealth of golf, the island also offers 70km of beaches and a wide range of cultural highlights and activities both on and off the water, making it the ideal location for a golf break. Tenerife is served by two airports – Tenerife North and Tenerife South – and is barely a four-hour flight from the UK, and no more than a five-hour direct flight from most main European cities.
For more details on playing golf in Tenerife, visit www.webtenerife.com/golf;www.facebook.com/TenerifeGolf; @tenerife_golfon Instagram @TwiTenerifeGolf on Twitter. Or download the free Tenerife Golf app for iOS and Android.
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