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Aires del Sur Part.2

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Cómo comenté en el anterior post de “Aires del Sur“, he dividido la visita a Finca Cortesín en dos posts para centrarme en las distintas zonas. La verdad es que nos gustó tanto el sitio e hicimos tanta fotos que lo podría extender a otro más incluso. Que gusto da visitar sitios así!!

Bueno, a lo que iba, repartidas por las distintas zonas del hotel hay una amplia variedad de ofertas de restauración. El hotel cuenta con dos restaurantes. Nosotros disfrutamos una magnífica cena en la terraza de “El jardín”, pero también se puede elegir cenar dentro. Tiene una sala interior decorada con un marcado carácter español. El otro restaurante es el japonés “Kabuki raw”, que toma su nombre de un teatro japonés y del mismo modo ofrece su particular espectáculo con su cocina a la vista del público.

Por último, en la sección “vamos a tomar una copa” se puede elegir entre: el Bar azul, con sus preciosas paredes revestidas con papeles pintados a mano, en el jardín variedad de terrazas para elegir, una zona de chill-out marroquí y otra zona de chill-out indio para tomar cocktails, o las terrazas de las piscinas. En resumen un sitio diseñado para disfrutar cada rincón.

As I mentioned in my previous post “Aires del Sur“, I have divided the visit to Finca Cortesín in two posts to focus in the different areas. To be honest we enjoyed the visit so much and we took so many pictures that I could even stretch it to another post. Such a pleasure visiting places like this.

Back to the story. Spread around the different areas of the hotel there is a wide range of gastronomy options. The hotel has 2 main restaurants. We enjoyed a lovely dinner in the outdoor area of “El jardín”, which also has a beautiful room inside with strong spanish character decoration. The other restaurant is the japanese “Kabuki Raw” which takes its name from a japanese theatre. Offering a cooking show to the guests throught the open kitchen.

Last, in the “lets have a drink” side you can choose between: The Blue bar, which lovely hand painted wall paper, in the garden variety of outdoor seating areas to choose, a morocan chill-out, an indian chill out and the pools bars. Basically a place designed to enjoy every corner.

3- Aires del Sur Restaurant

4- Aires del Sur Restaurant

19- Aires del Sur Kabuki Raw

20- Aires del Sur Kabuki Raw

6- Aires del Sur Outdoor lounge

8- Aires del Sur Outdoor lounge

7- Aires del Sur Outdoor lounge

1- Aires del Sur Bar

2- Aires del Sur Bar

12- Aires del Sur Pools

9- Aires del Sur Pools  14- Aires del Sur Pools   11- Aires del Sur Pools

10- Aires del Sur Pools

15- Aires del Sur Pools

1 , 2y 3. Restaurante el Jardín.  4 y 5 Kabuki Raw.  6,7,8 Chill-out lounge. 9 y 10 Bar azul 11-16Piscinas


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