Bahia del Duque has renovated its Casas Ducales (Ducal Houses), a project that combines the essence of the hotel´s characteristic colonial style and modernity. The project, carried out by the hotel´s image team led by Raúl de la Rosa gives a prominent role to the light of the Atlantic, light tones and offers an exquisite reinterpretation of classic furniture.
The renovation project has added a contemporary feel, but one that remains faithful to the identity of one of the most emblematic areas of the hotel. To do so, a guiding theme has been followed, inspired by the revamped colonial style that is characteristic of Bahia de Duque, which has included more avant-garde decorative elements, while always maintaining its identity.
The Casas Ducales, located in a privileged and exclusive area of the hotel, recreate a Colonial Estate, whose design is inspired by the Martí Dehesa Palace (1912) and Casa Maffiotte (1926), architectural icons of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
Characterised by its privacy, Casas Ducales offers a separate reception, butler service, separate breakfast room and personalised services. The complex consists of 51 rooms (34 double rooms and 17 suites) with spectacular views overlooking the sea and the Hotel gardens.