New luxury Royal Hideaway Corales Resort install Alicante bins from Cervic Environemnt

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New luxury Royal Hideaway Corales Resort install Alicante bins from Cervic Environemnt

The new luxury hotel Royal Hideaway Corales Resort, designed by the renowned architect Leonardo Omar from Tenerife, have purchased Alicante bin because of the smart design with simple lines wchih fits perfectly in the environment where they have been installed.

The hotel, with the aesthetic of a cruise, opened their doors in Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) in January 2018. With more than 10.000 square meters of landscaped areas, heated pools with salt water and two detached buildings with 603 rooms in total, 54 of them with private pools, 25 villas, 6 restaurants,…

The Alicante bin is made of galvanized steel with a thermo-heating polyester powder coated finish, which makes it suitable both indoor and outdoor under normal weather conditions. It is self-extinguishing certified.

New luxury Royal Hideaway Corales Resort install Alicante bins from Cervic Environemnt

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