Located less than a mile from San Antonio Abad of Arona Church, the Ecohotel la Correa features an outdoor swimming pool, and an onsite restaurant.
Each room is warmly decorated, and features wire bed frames with ornate headboards. The rooms all include a private bathroom with a shower only, free toiletries, and a hairdryer. Other in-room amenities include a plasma TV with satellite service, a minibar, daily housekeeping, and rollaway/extra beds.
At Ecohotel la Correa, all guests will be able to relax, and make use of the many amenities, which include free airport transportation, free Wi-Fi, an onsite library, luggage storage, free self-parking, and wedding services. A limited hours front desk is available.
A complimentary breakfast is served each morning to all guests. The onsite restaurant is only open for lunch and dinner, and offers meals prepared with local produce.
The Jungle Park and the Camel Park are both within three miles. Los Christianos Beach and Aloe Park can be reached with a 25-minute car journey.
Anyone making the time to eat at the onsite restaurant will find themselves seated in a delightful rustic hotel, and served with a smile. The food is extremely well-prepared, and any guest who may have a special dietary requirement, the hotel chef is only too happy to accommodate them.
Guests staying at the Ecohotel la Correa will find that with the hotel's elevated position, the views are spectacular. Another bonus feature is that with just a few kilometers between the town and the hotel, guests will be able to remain close to the hubbub for entertainment, but sleep in a place devoid of city noises.
Guests will be able to make the most of the onsite pool with its pool furniture placed all around it. The pool is kept in great condition, and guests who don't feel like making the short trek downhill to the beach will be able to fully enjoy the sun and water without having to go anywhere.
For those not accustomed to Arona, the volcanic rock that makes up this landscape is very hilly, and has a lot of steep inclines, which leads to the way to the Ecohotel la Correa, which in turn is a rather steep uphill journey.
No nearby restaurants.
For guests looking for a variation of the meals offered at the onsite restaurant, they will find that they will have to hire a car to get to the town below, as the walk may be a bit too steep for some.
Pricier than expected.
For what one receives, guests may feel that they are paying a little too much on the expensive side. Luckily, in the end, they will realise the relaxation offered, and the tranquility of their space has been totally worth it.