The Anfi Group begins the easing of its own lockdown with the reopening of its luxury villas this week, ahead of the rest of the hotel industry in the Canary Islands. The Company, based in the south of Gran Canaria, welcomed its first clients with “great enthusiasm” and “is ready to welcome more guests in the coming months”, according to a statement made by Jose Luis Trujillo, CEO of the Anfi Group. The Anfi Tauro villas are a very popular “star” product; with fully equipped units of 450 square meters, each with its own private pool, and located within the Anfi Tauro Golf Club, which will also open its doors on 22nd of May. “This type of offer includes all that families may need without having to move from their villa: a private entrance, kitchen, Jacuzzi, and away from crowds, assuring the peace of mind of our guests.”
Reservations for the villas have started at a good pace, boosted in particular by local tourism. Regarding the high season we hope to achieve a high occupancy, in part due to the product that we offer, which is exactly what many customers are looking for.
To reopen under the best circumstances possible, Anfi has implemented a cleaning and disinfection protocol to safeguard customers’ health and safety. “This has become an essential aspect” states Jose Luis Trujillo, “and is where we have concentrated all our efforts. Between us all, we have to sell ourselves for what we are: a safe destination”
The villas (approximately thirty units) can accommodate up to six people as they have three double bedrooms. The living spaces have been furnished with a combination of natural and rustic materials of the best quality, as well as the most modern technology such as free broadband. All of this has a single aim: to offer our guests the highest level of satisfaction and tranquillity. The villas have a private garden of over ninety square metres and a swimming pool where the sun is guaranteed all year round, and the complex is nicely integrated into the landscape, surrounded by the greenery of the golf course, with the calm sea in the background.