Jardin Tropical unveils its new look after major refurbishment
The Hotel Jardín Tropical in Costa Adeje recently presented its new image, the brain child of interior designer Jaime Beriestain.
The renovation of this establishment, property of the HI Partners groupand recently acquired by the financial group Blackstone, has included the reform of rooms, common areas and has placed the focus on raising the level of its gastronomic spaces, one of the main assets of this resort.
The presentation ceremony was attended by the President of the Government of the Canary Islands, Fernando Clavijo; his counterpart in the Cabildo of Tenerife, Carlos Alonso; the Mayor of Adeje, José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga; and the president of Ashotel, Jorge Marichal; as well as the CEO of HI Partners, Alejandro Hernández Puértolas; and the hotel manager, Saad Azzam Faris. Also attending were representatives of other hotel groups on the island and businessmen from the south of Tenerife, in an evening marked by the quality of the musical performances and its gastronomy.
The hotel’s renovation strategy, managed by My Way Hotels & Resorts, includes the creation of the new exclusive accommodation concept called ‘The Club by Jardín Tropical’.
“Staying in one of the 90 rooms of this space presents a unique experience, in which all the details are taken care of, thanks to personalised and exquisite attention,” said a spokesman. “Also, this new philosophy includes a boutique hotel within the resort, with spaces, rooms and services clearly differentiated from the rest of the offer of the establishment, with private reception, lounge with snacks and drinks, daily free press, SunSet Terrace, reserved area in Las Rocas with Balinese beds and priority reservations in all hotel services, among other advantages.”
The company has also opted to open soon a very complete wellness centre. It also has a gym, ‘Ocean Gym’, with magnificent views and high level equipment.
Jardín Tropical, being an establishment committed to the environment and with an outstanding social policy, has also taken advantage of its original Arabic-inspired building, the work of the architect Melvin Villarroel, and its exuberant subtropical vegetation to apply a marked style of ethnic roots to many of its spaces.
One of the hotel’s strong points are its views of the Atlantic Ocean and the island of La Gomera.
In total, it has 420 rooms and suites, mostly overlooking the sea, and more than 12,000 square metre of gardens, featuring more than 1,700 subtropical species. In addition, it has two swimming pools, one of which is located on the cliff itself and has extracted water directly from the sea