The Ritz-Carlton, AbamaTop 100 Europe
The Ritz-Carlton, Abama is home to a spectacular resort course designed by Dave Thomas, the man responsible for so many renowned projects throughout the United Kingdom and Europe, including The Belfry's Ryder Cup host, the Brabazon.
Named Best Resort in Spain in the Spanish Conde Nast Traveler's 2011 Reader's Travel Awards
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Set against the backdrop of the Atlantic shoreline, the modern championship course is adorned with a beautiful array of lakes and waterfalls, while during construction no less than 25,000 trees were planted across the layout.
From the back tee markers, Abama reaches 6,815 yards, which is not particularly long for a modern construction, but visitors will enjoy the terrific variety of holes that designer Thomas has conceived.
Although there are many stand-outs, the 10th is arguably the signature hole, as it dog-legs to the left, bordered on one side by out-of-bounds and on the other by a threatening sequence of lakes.
This resort opened to a fanfare of publicity as it stated its case to be one of the most prestigious resorts in Europe and beyond, and since its inauguration has certainly not disappointed - Dave Thomas' outstanding golf course is a major part of that success.
The Abama Golf Course also boast a great practice facility, including a dedicated short game area and a three hole par-3 academy course, while the buggies are all fitted with the latest GPS technology and there is a new golf bag storage facility.
Accommodation at The Ritz-Carlton, Abama
The 5* Ritz -Carlton, Abama is a phenomenal destination, set on a dramatic cliff top overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, and is the perfect venue for your next luxury golf or leisure holiday.
Just 25 minutes from TFS airport , guests staying at the resort will enjoy accommodation in either the 5* hotel, located in the citadel - at the heart of the resort - or in the secluded and more exclusive ‘villa area’. The hotel has a fantastic range of spacious rooms and suites, either resort or ocean view and are all furnished with a delightful private terrace, mini-bar, safe , Asprey amenities , Nespresso Coffee machines, iron / ironing board and fully individual air-conditioning.
For a special occasion, upgrade to a sumptuous junior or one bedroom suite, where you will enjoy added touches of luxury like the finest bedding / linen, and larger terraces .
Alternatively, you can stay in The Ritz-Carlton, Abama ‘Villa area` where all rooms and suites have a private balcony , marble bathroom and use of shared pool. There are also premium one and two bedrooms suites in the villa area , and with the views over the resort's sub-tropical gardens, this is an idyllic place to enjoy a relaxing and luxurious golf or leisure holiday.
The Ritz-Carlton, Abama has its own tennis centre with the Sanchez Casal Tennis Academy, which is home to 7 lit flexi-pave hard courts and 4 paddle courts, where you can enjoy a relaxing game or take some personalised lessons. The fitness centre is complimentary , open 24 hrs , and is equipped with the best in cardiovascular training technology, and has superb coastal views, while the Destination Spa is one of the best relaxation facilities in Spain.
The 2500 sp metres Spa, uses Cinq Mondes Spa products , and has the latest treatments and facilities, including a water circuit with a Tepidarium, Hammam, African sauna, herbal steam bath, kneipp trail, shower area, hydrotheraphy pool, snow cabin, spa garden, all designed specifically to provide the most relaxing experience possible.
The 400 acre Ritz-Carlton, Abama has no less than 10 restaurants including two with Michelin Stars . M.B with two stars and Kabuki with one star. Other restaurants include Pampa (Argentinean), Verona (Italian) , El Mirador (Fish and Seafood), Tapas and wine Bar, Los Chozos (International) , Beach Club (casual dining), Veranda Buffet (breakfast).
The resort’s three main bars are backed up by a superb wine list, and you can hear live music every night. Alternatively, hit the Sports Bar, where most major live sporting events are beamed on to the wide plasma screens.