BlueBay Hotels, has opened its first hotel in Tenerife, the four-star BlueBay Eden Tenerife, in one of the quietest areas of Puerta de Santa Cruz.
With this new opening, the company now has four hotels in the Canary Islands. The other three are BlueBay Beach Club 4* in Gran Canaria, and BlueBay Lanzarote 4* & Bellevue Aquarius 3*, both in Lanzarote.
Jamal Satli Iglesias, the company’s chairman, said: “We’re strengthening our presence in the Canary Islands with this new hotel. The islands are a strategic area for tourism, we already have 3 other hotels here and hope to continue growing in the future.”
BlueBay Hotels’ CEO, Ramón Hernández, also added that “the hotel is geared towards all types of travellers who wish to appreciate the warm Tenerife weather, the culture and traditions that have remained unchanged over time and enjoy unique experiences in the destination”.
About BlueBay Eden Tenerife
The complex consists of several buildings and room types (studios, premium studios and apartments ranging from 36-70m2). In total, 448 beds in 224 fully equipped units equipped and surrounded by 12,000m2 of landscaped gardens.
The hotel boasts an excellent level of gourmet cuisine with the Jardin à la carte restaurant, a buffet restaurant and the Explanade bar. BlueBay Eden Tenerife also features 4 swimming pools – one outdoor, one heated, one for children and another for naturists staying at the hotel. The leisure offer includes a sauna, a solarium and a Pilates centre. Guests can also enjoy outdoor sports such as tennis, mini-golf, ping-pong, petanque and garden chess, among others.
The hotel also has a Kids Club during July and August that’s adapted to the children’s leisure and entertainment needs so they can have plenty of fun and enjoy numerous activities.
Nature and destination experiences
Tenerife, with close to 40% of the island designated protected natural areas, offers a wide range of activities to enjoy one of the most valuable ecosystems in the world. Visitors can enjoy outdoor experience such as whale watching and walks along beautiful beaches, dunes, cliffs and ancient forests.
Regarding the island’s gastronomy, visitors can visit the vineyards at the foot of Teide and discover the region’s history, sample the volcanic wine or observe locals making artisanal cheese, which is a basic product of the Canary Islands’ gastronomy. Typical dishes recommended include Sea Bass Ceviche, Grilled Octopus and Bienmesable, a popular dessert in the Canary Islands.