After almost two years, the hotel will be present at some of the most important events of this worldwide sector, such as the WTM in London, where it will present its renewed proposal to agencies and tour operators.
Bahía del Duque – a member hotel of The Tais Hotels & Villas – resumes its international commercial activity at the World Travel Market (WTM) in London. Conditioned by the health situation, the prestigious hotel will be present after almost two years at some of the most important events in this worldwide sector to bring its renewed proposal to agencies and tour operators.
From 1 to 3 November, the hotel Bahía del Duque opens its international agenda at the World Travel Market London 2021. In addition, it will also be attending Fitur (Madrid), ITB Berlin and Mitt Moscow in the coming months.
The hotel attends these international events mainly to resume relations with its strategic partners and reconnect with agents. The idea is to attract the most exclusive travellers and to send out a message of confidence in Tenerife‘s value offer. It is based on safety, a good climate, a continuous commitment to renovation and innovation without losing sight of the essence: the most select luxury.
Ane Ugarte, Sales and Marketing Director of Bahía del Duque, highlighted how important it is for the hotel to resume its international promotional agenda. “For a hotel like Bahía del Duque, where personalised service is so important, it is crucial to recover direct contact with the main sectorial agents. Attending the WTM and upcoming events such as Fitur, ITB or MITT is a great opportunity to strengthen relations with our partners, exchange ideas with other agents and continue our commitment to exclusive tourism in the Canary Islands”, she explained.
During this presentation, Bahía del Duque will highlight its long history, how rooted it is in the purest essence of the Canary Island’s tradition, its commitment to continuous improvement and maximum comfort to surprise guests. Service excellence, customer care and attention to detail, which are the values that represent a benchmark for the most exclusive tourism, will once again be present on its stand.
Gastronomy and wellness as a backdrop
Likewise, Bahía del Duque will present its renewed haute cuisine proposal at the main international events with the incorporation of the new restaurant Kensei – contemporary Japanese cuisine by chef Víctor Planas; Andrea Bernardi and Fernanda Fuentes-Cárdenas’ Michelin-starred restaurant Nub, and Pierre Resimont’s two-starred restaurant ‘La Brasserie‘ de Pierre Resimont’s restaurant L’Eau Vive (Belgium).
Wellness and very tailored customer care have become key factors in the guest experience. For this reason, the hotel also boasts Bahía Wellness Retreat, its own oasis dedicated to balancing the body, mind and soul. The concept is inspired by Tenerife’s nature and the sea, offering a holistic wellness experience.
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