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Ritz-Carlton, Abama, Tenerife

If part of your dream holiday is playing golf on a manicured, beautiful-but-challenging 18-hole course – against a backdrop of stunning sea views – then Ritz-Carlton Abama is a hole-in-one.

On the other hand, if your idea of personal heaven is being pampered in a choice of truly holistic spas, with all the latest therapies and wellness treatments, you have found your nirvana.

And Ritz-Carlton Abama goes further than its name suggests. A funicular carriage takes you to an unspoilt, private beach; a crescent of irresistible golden sand beside the tranquil sea. Where you can lounge and laze whilst waiters bring you iced refreshments. For the evening there’s a whole menu of restaurants, a café and four completely different bars. At Ritz-Carlton Abama, the dream comes true.

Ritz-Carlton Abama, at a glance

  • 160 hectare private estate, tucked away in one of Tenerife’s most secluded spots
  • Choice of 469 guest rooms and suites
  • Accommodation arranged over a citadel, main complex and exclusive villas – all offering breathtaking panoramic views
  • Plus very private Tagor’ Villas
  • Marble-tiled en suites with separate showers
  • 10 different dining options and three bars

For leisure and pleasure

  • No less than seven swimming pools and two natural pools
  • Exclusive beach access by funicular carriage
  • Spa offering total wellness, hydrotherapy, rituals and treatments
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa café and boutique
  • Tennis courts and academy
  • Superb golf course, club and facilities
  • Ritz Kids program with water, land, environmental responsibility and cultural activities


Ritz Carlton Abama, Tenerife
Costs based on two Citadel deluxe rooms with breakfast on 1st May for 7 nights 2 adult and 2 children
Total cost £4545

  • Once again the service we got from Ultimate was impeccable.

    NR, Burma