The first luxury resort in Boa Vista

Summary

 

WHAT

White Sand Hotel & SPA

WHERE

Cape Verde, Boa Vista

WHEN

October 2019

There are 835 luxurious properties including duplex and penthouse hotel suites, and a range of stunning private villas.

 

A choice of six restaurants, as well as a range of bars and the world-famous Gabi Club®.

 

Luxurious YHI Spa® experience, as well as a fully equipped fitness centre and water sports centre.

 

Six resort swimming pools, swim-up bars and poolside eateries.

 

Children’s facilities, including kids club, playground, baby pools and tennis and beach ball courts.

 

An exclusive area of the Hotel providing additional luxury and personalised services.

Description

 

With the whole emphasis on luxurious guest experience, the complex has been thoughtfully split into adult only and family sections to ensure that a high quality of service can be appropriately tailored to guests’ individual needs.
 

Managed by the world’s largest resort hotelier, Meliá Hotels International, under their prestigious 5-star MELIÃ brand, the Resort will offer an impressive choice of excellent dining restaurants as well as relaxed lobby bars, an elegant champagne bar and a vibrant sports bar, ensuring each scene is catered for.
 

The beach area hosts an array of chic beach bars, offering guests the ultimate beach club experience complete with secluded seating, Bali beds, luxury pool and swim up bar. Also, the complex includes a YHI Spa®providing premium opulent luxury.

About Boa Vista

 

The island of Boa Vista is located South from Sal and is home for 12 000 inhabitants.  The island area is 620 km2.  

 

The capital of the Boa Vista is Sal Rei, which looks quite cosy and almost sleepy, even though more than half of the island’s inhabitants live here. On the central plaza, the Praça de Santa Isabel with its many colourful flowers and pavilions, you can admire goods sold by the African traders. Colourful batiks and carved wood figures, as well as fruit and vegetables, are sold here. Sal Rei also has a travel agency, a health centre, a bank and a post office.

 

The island is known for the famous beaches and the opportunity to watch sea turtles which reside on the beach and the whales which swim across the shore.

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