Hotel Princesa Yaiza

As of late, Lanzarote, the easternmost of the Spanish Canary islands with fabulous beaches and year round sun, has been increasingly recognised as an upmarket holiday destination and hotspot for luxury tourism. The five-star Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel Resort has acknowledged the increase in those visitors to the island seeking luxury tourism and this year is raising its game by hosting a series of Michelin Starred gastronomy sessions.

Princesa Yaiza Lanzarote

Situated in Playa Blanca, a pretty and tranquil spot on the island of Lanzarote, Princesa Yaiza is privately owned and exceptionally well cared for with perfectly manicured gardens and stunning sea views looking on to Fuerteventura and Isla de Lobos. With its luxurious suites, impeccable service and gourmet dining options, the hotel is perfect for visitors looking for luxury on the isle.

Restaurante Isla de lobos Sea View
Sala restaurante Isla de Lobos

From now until November 2015, Princesa Yaiza is upping its level of fine-dining in a series of Gastronomy events at the hotel’s award winning restaurant, Isla de Lobos. These evenings will showcase the finest delicacies from world renowned chefs as they wow guests with their creative menus and skilful cooking abilities; a one-off treat destined to leave you feeling like a VIP. Guest Michelin Starred chefs include Rafael Sanchez, head chef at the gourmet Es Fum restaurant, and René Mathieu, former chef de cuisine for the Duke and Duchess of Luxembourg and current chef at the elegant La Distillerie restaurant at Château Bourlingster. Both chefs will be designing and cooking exclusive set menus, just for guests of Princesa Yaiza.

The most recent Gastronomy event, featuring Chefs Victor Rodrigo and Carlos Medina, former contestants of the latest edition of Top Chef, has had glowing reviews.  The two chefs graced Princesa Yaiza’s Isla de Lobos restaurant with their creative dishes including a starter of Korean Boki with Kimchi infused with strawberries and fresh pomegranate, a main of Canarian Rock Fish with black garlic and “Vino Rancio”, and lemon and lime slush with pine capsules for desert.

HOTEL PRINCESA YAIZA As well as picture perfect beaches, fine-dining and relaxation, many people also now regard a cultural or active element as vital to their holidays. Lanzarote is home to a number of natural geographical wonders adding further appeal to the island as a holiday destination. One of the island’s main geographical attractions is Timanfaya Volcanic National Park; parkland made up entirely of volcanic soil. The last volcanic eruption in the area was in 1824. Due to the low levels of rainfall in Lanzarote and the resulting lack of erosion, the area appears very much the same as it did after the volcanic eruptions. A day out at Timanfaya involves exploring the volcanic landscape and massive lava field. Visitors can even choose to ride a camel through this epic landscape.

In addition to its variety of fine-dining experiences, Princesa Yaiza also houses a Thalasso Centre and Spa. Thalassotherapy is the use of seawater and other elements from the marine environment such as algae and silt, for preventive or healing purposes.  This, very on-trend, Thalasso Spa is the perfect place for guests to kick back and relax after a long day exploring the wonders of the island.

Thalasso Center Princesa Yaiza
Thalasso Center Princesa Yaiza

Thalasso Spa

The fascinating geographical tourist sites and beautiful beaches in Lanzarote combined with the luxury of Princesa Yaiza and their exclusive Gastronomy weeks make for the perfect destination for holiday goers seeking mid-distance luxury.

Rates for a Sea View Junior Suite (sleeping up to 2 adults and 1 child) at Princesa Yaiza start from 138/£97* per person per night including a buffet breakfast. For further details visit www.princesayaiza.com or call 0034 928 519 300.

*Prices in Pounds Sterling correct to today’s exchange rate

 

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