Booking a hotel in Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Tenerife enjoys a year round temperate climate, meaning business events can be held there at any time of year. The island’s capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife is conveniently located around a four-hour flight from major European centres, while the island’s international airport is only 11 km from the city. Santa Cruz offers modern business facilities with all the latest technology, and the many activities on offer make it the ideal place to relax after work from your hotel in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
What can I expect from a visit to Santa Cruz de Tenerife?
There are many opportunities for leisure in Santa Cruz de Tenerife including boat trips, whale and dolphin watching, sailing, and diving. Teambuilding activities can include mountain climbing and hiking in the Teide National Park. In the city itself, the Plaza de España offers shopping of international brands at tax free prices. The many restaurants in the city offer a range of cuisines for that casual business lunch.
Which business facilities will I find in Santa Cruz de Tenerife?
Santa Cruz de Tenerife offers excellent business facilities including the Tenerife Auditorium, a building designed by architect Santiago Calatrava offering conference and meeting facilities with all the necessary modern technology. Centro de Negocios DYRECTO Business Centre offers 500 m2 of space for networking and business meetings with virtual office facilities available. The University of La Laguna is located 10km from the city in San Cristóbal de La Laguna.
Which attractions can I enjoy from my hotel in Santa Cruz de Tenerife?
With the island’s temperate climate, swimming and water sports are available all year round. A hotel in Santa Cruz de Tenerife is one of the best European locations for windsurfing and diving and is also perfect for golf lovers, with eight excellent courses on offer. Exploring the city, the Museum of Natural History and Archaeology has many significant archaeological finds on view from what is dubbed the Prehispanic Canary Islands. The Plaza de España is the main square in the city and houses a great artificial lake. The main shopping district of the city surrounds the square with a range of restaurants serving all types of cuisine. Besides being a conference venue, the Tenerife Auditorium also offers a symphony hall with world music and jazz events as well as opera and performances by the local symphonic orchestra.