With interest growing every day in the tropical paradise of Cape Verde, the Group’s popular Resort destinations have had plenty of press coverage recently. From visiting travel writers to an interview with the number 1 developers CEO and Founder, there has been a great deal of activity as journalists prepare for the winter sun season.

Following the success of Britain’s Next Top Model final three episodes, all eyes turned to Sal as the next big thing in holiday destinations. Hello Magazine certainly approved, calling the Islands picturesque and glamorous – and stating their beauty as the reason why it was an obvious choice for the BNTM finale. All four of our luxurious Resorts were mentioned as a place to stay on Sal and it seems as though The Level facilities were a particular hit for added opulence during their 5-star stay.

The Manchester Evening News also took a trip to the perennially sunny Island of Sal, but this time, the famous lemon sharks that sit on the shoreline seemed to be the main attraction. Staying at the chic MELIÃ Llana Beach Resort & Spa, it sounds as though the writer took advantage of Cape Verde’s incredible mix of stress-free relaxation, utter luxury and exciting activities. Meanwhile taking to Bikini Beach in the evening made for the perfect sunset photoshoot.

Back at HQ, the Group’s CEO and Founder, Rob Jarrett, took the time to answer a few questions with BQ Live about his top tips for aspiring leaders and had some astute insights into the world of business for anyone taking their first steps. It is a motivating read for anyone interested in how he built The Resort Group PLC into the company it is today.

Meanwhile, the Travel Editor for The Scottish Sun made her way to the Islands for a relaxing break on our sun-soaked Resort. Thoroughly impressed by the TUI Sensimar Cabo Verde and all the adults-only destination has to offer, it was a great visit for the well-travelled journalist and it was compliments all round for the hotel staff.

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Cape Verde In the Press