Lopesan invests 20 million in modernizing its Canary hotels

They have been converted to the new brands Abora and Corallium

The hotel chain Lopesan has invested 20 million euros in modernizing its hotels in the Canary Islands, the ‘Corallium Dunamar’, ‘Corallium Beach’ and ‘Abora Continental by Lopesan Hotels’ in the south of Gran Canaria.

Until now belonging to the portfolio of Ifa brand establishments, the 3 hotels have reopened their doors and have been transformed into new brands after a complete renovation

The intention of Lopesan with the creation of the new brands Abora and Corallium is to bet on a greater segmentation and specialization of its accommodation offer.

‘Corallium Dunamar’ and ‘Abora Continental by Lopesan Hotels’, located in Playa del Inglés, and ‘Corallium Beach by Lopesan Hotels’, in San Agustín, have completely changed their aesthetics after this comprehensive reform that has lasted for more than six months

From the rooms to the common areas, their facilities have been reconditioned and modernized in line with the concept of these new brands.

The old ‘Ifa Dunamar’ and ‘Ifa Beach’ have become part of the new collection Corallium, while the former ‘Ifa Continental’ has become commercialized as Abora, becoming the second establishment in which this brand is implanted, after the previous conversion of ‘Abora Catarina last year.

The Gran Canaria hotel chain ensures that it will continue with the investment in improving its facilities in the Canary Islands. ‘Ifa Buenaventura’ and ‘Ifa Interclub’ will be the next hotels to become the Abora brand. The start of the renovation work for both establishments is scheduled for the end of April 2019.