Royal Hideaway Corales Spa

Tenerife, Spain

Bathing all the Senses

Our concept took its cue from the architecture of the astonishing new building designed by Leonardo Omar, a local architect acclaimed for his purist, avant-garde buildings, and from the landscape of Tenerife, a volcanic island surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. The natural scenery of the location – stone, strong sunlight and deep shade, water and corals – are all brought into the spa, combined with rich timber in the circulation spaces to enhance guests’ sense of ease as they navigate the space. Inside, the semi-subterranean spa is alternately filled with light and then shade, creating a temple of tranquillity. Outside, the stone-walled courtyards are similarly open to the sun and carefully shaded for comfortable lounging. A hard work-out in the gym brings the compensation of views over the entrance courtyard with its palm trees and other tropical plants.

More Less
New build
1,000 sq metres
Completed March 2018