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HomeTravelA Business Travellers Guide: Tenerife

A Business Travellers Guide: Tenerife

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Just because you run your business and can work anytime and anywhere, doesn’t mean you should.

Reserve set times in your schedule for activities that allow you to recharge and that add value to your business and personal life, such as daily exercise, a weekly date or an annual R&R. You’ll not only have something to look forward to, but also extra motivation to manage your other time more effectively.

Tenerife is the striking (and slightly saucy) grand dame in the archipelago family. Attracting over 10 million visitors a year, the island’s most famous southern resorts offer a famous club scene, combined with white sandy beaches and all-inclusive resorts. But step beyond the lobster-red tourists and what you’ll find is a cultured and civilised island of extraordinary diversity which is perfect for a much needed R&R for us busy business owners and entrepreneurs.

 

Where to Stay?

Gran Melia Resort

The natural beauty of Tenerife combines with an intense passion for service in the most superior luxury hotel on the island. With the Atlantic Ocean at its feet and the majestic Teide as a backdrop, the stunning scenery and eternal spring climate allows the Gran Meliá Palacio de Isora to provide guests with endless magical moments

The hotel has taken care of everything down to the very finest detail in each of its rooms, creating a personalised setting to ensure your total satisfaction. Imagine the experience of viewing the sun setting over the ocean from one of the magnificent suites in this fantastic resort, the best 5 star hotel in Tenerife.

Located to the south of Tenerife, the hotel Gran Meliá Palacio de Isora has rapidly earned the reputation of being the best Resort in Europe, thanks to its luxurious and elegant facilities, exclusive and personalized services, and the most beautiful views on the Canary Islands.

 

Where to eat?

Lucas Maes

Address: Barranco de la Arena 53, La Orotava, 38300, Spain
Telephone: 922 32 11 59

Website: http://www.restaurantelucasmaes.com/en/

Lucas prepares and presents sensually succulent cuisine on a menu that changes weekly and features the best seasonal produce. Believing food is art, he combines contemporary with traditional in his dishes and his dining room – both of which are sublime.

This restaurant is the first choice of some of Tenerife’s top chefs.

 

 

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