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Tenerife – February, 2016 – The Ritz-Carlton, Abama, the bastion of chic on the Canary Island of Tenerife has a reputation for satiating the holiday dreams of every generation, from seasoned travellers to junior travel rookies. This Easter the resort offers the whole family time to unwind, play and re-connect in relaxed style, celebrating togetherness as the island destination enjoys its tenth anniversary.

Kids, parents and grandparents will enjoy family experiences to cherish, from sushi making with a Michelin master, star-gazing in the footsteps of world-renowned astronauts and physicists, whale-watching on the coast to traditional Easter celebrations hosted at ‘Ritz Kids’, one of Europe’s most inspiring kids’ clubs created with Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society.  

Especially for Easter, the ladies and gentlemen of The Ritz-Carlton, Abama have hidden decadent chocolate eggs in the lush botanical gardens of the resort. ‘Mr Bunny’ is also on the loose and for the lucky kids who spot him, there are generous Easter prizes to be had. ‘Mr Bunny’ will also spare some time for story telling throughout the holidays and an Easter cupcake decoration and egg decorating workshops invite the whole family to roll up their sleeves.

The resort’s exceptional facilities, to suit the needs of all generations include its Moorish-inspired rooms and suites, with interconnecting rooms, 11 dining options including M.B, and Kabuki - the only Michelin star restaurants in the Canary Islands, a championship golf course and academy, Sanchez-Casal tennis academy, seven swimming pools, two natural pools and a secluded golden sand beach for downtime.

Exclusive to mini vips between the ages of 4-12 Ritz Kids at The Ritz-Carlton, Abama includes a fun, inspiring yet educational programme in the club’s themed zones created to challenge and develop the minds of little ones within the areas of; astronomy, wildlife, sustainability, technology, theatre and arts and crafts. The club has a capacity of 100 children and offers 305 square metres of indoor space as well as its own private outdoor area.  The club is open daily from 10am to midnight for children between the ages of four and 12 and is complimentary to hotel guests.

Interconnecting double rooms at The Ritz-Carlton, Abama start from £313 per night on a bed and breakfast basis.

To book call (+34) 902 105 600 or visit www.ritzcarlton.com/abama