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H10 group renovates two hotels in Tenerife

The H10 hotel group in Spain recently completed a comprehensive renovation of two of its hotels in Tenerife. The H10 Conquistador and H10 Oasis Moreque have been completely up-graded which has resulted in a substantial improvement in the facilities on offer.

The Conquistador was the first hotel that the H10 group opened in the Canary Islands back in 1984. Located on the seafront in Playa de las Americas, today it is one of the most emblematic hotels on the island of Tenerife. After the comprehensive refurbishment of its communal areas, the lobby, reception and the ‘Drago’ bar area, the H10 Conquistador is looking forward to the future with confidence. The hotel is seeking to strengthen its commitment to fine cuisine by opening both a new a la carte restaurant called La Vita รจ Bella, where guests can sample Italian specialities, and a new coffee & tea shop called Mike’s Coffee which will offer a wide selection of teas, coffees, pastries and other home-made goodies. The hotel renovated around 75 percent of the rooms giving them a more comfortable and functional style and it has started a Teenclub offering activities for younger guests. New facilities for the hotel’s ‘Privilege and Exclusive Rooms’ loyalty scheme have also been added including a new Privilege room on the sixth floor which comes complete with a chill out terrace with exceptional sea views and private sun beds in the pool area.

The H10 Oasis Moreque, which is located on the beachfront in Los Cristianos, has carried out a renovation of the facade of the building, the lobby, the Blue Bay restaurant, the outdoor pools, the bedrooms and added a new ‘Cactus Bar’. In addition, the renovation includes the creation of a new chill out area on the eighth floor of the hotel overlooking the sea and a new Beauty Centre equipped with mini-gym, two treatment rooms, sauna, Turkish bath and hairdresser. As a result of the renovation the hotel is now called ‘H10 Big Sur’, a name that matches its new image and its shift towards the concept of boutique hotel. The hotel, which will continue operating under the category of adults only (over 18 years), has a new entertainment programme for adult guests with activities focused on wellness and sampling gastronomic delights.

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