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The time for travel is getting closer…

Throughout the last year we’ve kept the beacon of travel alight. That feeling of exploring Tenerife s nature, of discovering local flavours, and of enjoying precious time with loved ones. It’s almost time to relive those experiences…and we can’t wait to welcome you back!Thank you Classic Collection Holidays for this lovely video! Fingers crossed we’ll soonContinue Reading “The time for travel is getting closer…”

Corona COVID 19

Buenos días from the Tigaiga!

We are sending a little sign of life again!The hotel has now been closed for over a year and 50 of our employees are unfortunately still on short-time work. At Tigaiga Suites we have had a number of very happy guests since last summer. Although the constant Corona requirements don’t make traveling any easier, weContinue Reading “Buenos días from the Tigaiga!”

Awards & travel industry

TUI Global Hotel Award

Letter from David Burling, Member of Executive board, CEO Markets & Airlines I hope you, your families and colleagues are all keeping well. Back in March, we were looking forward to celebrating the inaugural TUI GLOBAL HOTEL AWARDS with a ceremony in Berlin. Unfortunately, the decision was taken to cancel ITB Berlín 2020, and asContinue Reading “TUI Global Hotel Award”

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BRAVO: Traveller Review Awards TIGAIGA Hotel & Suites

Today we received a letter from Glenn Fogel, President and CEO of Booking.com: Hello, I would like to personally congratulate you on receiving our Traveler Review Award 2021 2020 was a year with many challenges and few travel options. The few trips some people have made, have been more important than ever, and you haveContinue Reading “BRAVO: Traveller Review Awards TIGAIGA Hotel & Suites”

Corona COVID 19

Welcome with a negative antigen test

Starting today, Thursday, December 10th, 2020, a negative antigen test is sufficient for your entry to Tenerife. The regional government of the Canary Islands has thus prevailed in the dispute with the Spanish central government, which continues to insist on PCR tests. More updates: https://www.hellocanaryislands.com/coronavirus/