The Riu Palace Tenerife has reopened following an £18.4 million refurbishment that has raised its rating to five stars.

Located on the Adeje coast, the hotel, which first opened in 1999, has 334 rooms that have been completely remodelled in terms of furnishings and decor with light colours and simple lines used.

The rooms all now have 43-inch flat-screen TVs, electronic safes, and fully renovated bathrooms with walk-in showers.

Key areas of the hotel have also been redone, such as the lobby and reception area, as well as the main restaurant and the cocktail lounge, which now has a terrace with view of the sea.

Following the renovation, the resort has two thematic spaces dedicated to food lovers: Krystal a modern option that combines the concepts of vanguard, fusion cuisine; and the Spanish restaurant focused on Spanish cuisine.

The entire aquatic zone has been redesigned to create three swimming pools, one of them an infinity pool, in addition to a children's pool and an indoor pool, all of them heated in the winter. Additionally, around the pool a new chill-out area has been created, and in the garden a beach zone where guests can relax and sunbathe.

The gym has also been renovated along with the Body Love wellness centre, and a beauty salon.

This renovation will be followed by that of the Riu Arecas hotel, also located on the Adeje Coast, which will open its doors at the end of October.

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