Located on The Costa Adeje in South West Tenerife this 5* resort is surrounded by an oasis of nature reserves

London, August 2018: Newly opened in February this year, Royal Hideaway Corales Resort, has been shortlisted for the AHEAD Europe Awards under the ‘Spa & Wellness’ category. AHEAD celebrates hospitality and design around the world. The awards are dedicated to the relentless pursuit of the exceptional, recognising design in all its forms, and the guest experiences created inhospitality projects worldwide.Results will be announced on 19 November 2018.

Built by award-winning Spanish architect Leonardo Omar and designed by the renowned MKV Design (London), together they have created an innovative modern resort with cutting-edge design. Drawing on the local surroundings and underwater sea life, the communal areas are inspired by the intricate formation of coral. Using fractural geometry design in the communal areas, which mirror the shape of the coral, the hotel seeks to raise awareness about the delicate natural beauty of the marine world. The hotel has also won ‘Best New Hotel 2018’ at theEuropean Hospitality Awards and ‘Best Hotel Villa’ at the World Travel Awards.

Spa of the Royal Hideaway Corales Resort

The spacious 1,000m2 spa has been created to be a peaceful place to relax and unwind for adults only. With floor to ceiling windows in the reception and gym, the space makes the most of the natural light and has a sense of bringing the outdoors in. Guests can enjoy a range of treatments in one of the seven private luxury spa suites or relax and unwind in the hydrotherapy circuit which is thoughtfully designed to be part-covered so guests can use it in any weather. Facilities also include hammam; sauna; sensation showers; fitness centre and a barber/beauty shop.

Located on The Costa Adeje in South West Tenerife this 5* resort is surrounded by an oasis of nature reserves. It is split into two hotels – the adult specific ‘Royal Hideaway Corales Beach’ which is created exclusively of Junior Suites, complete with ocean view terraces, and the family-friendly ‘Royal Hideaway Corales Suites’ which have 114 deluxe ocean-view suites with private terraces. The hotel has nine restaurants with its rooftop restaurant, Maresía, being headed up by the Padrón Brothers, who are the only Chefs to specialise in Canarian cuisine with a Michelin star. The resort also offers a bespoke collection of local experiences to guests.