Opening: Grand Hyatt La Manga Club Golf & Spa

Roger Hohl
Roger Hohl
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Hyatt Hotels Corporation announces the opening of its first Grand Hyatt Hotel in Spain, the Grand Hyatt La Manga Club Golf & Spa. The 192-room resort in Murcia, Spain, was fully renovated to highlight its prime location in the prestigious La Manga Club. This resort marks the first Grand Hyatt on the Mediterranean coast and the fourth Grand Hyatt in Europe. The resort is the first of its kind in the region, providing guests with an upscale travel experience that celebrates the special moments in both the little details and big occasions.

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Javier Águila, Group President EAMA of Hyatt, emphasizes the strategic significance of the hotel’s opening and praises the Grupo Inversor Hesperia for continuously working towards making the Grand Hyatt La Manga Club Golf & Spa an impressive representation of the Grand Hyatt brand. Jordi Ferrer, CEO of the Grupo Inversor Hesperia, emphasizes the importance of the hotel for the company and the Spanish tourism sector and assures guests that this new hotel will provide a unique experience and create new values for the Murcia region.

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Mediterranean Design

The resort’s design is inspired by the Mediterranean architecture, Moorish influences, and the natural beauty of the region, and is developed in collaboration with the international design firm Room 1804. The 192 elegantly furnished guest rooms, including seven unique suites, represent the hotel’s idyllic location with stunning views of the hills of the Calblanque Nature Park and the Mediterranean Sea. Each guest room is equipped with the latest amenities, and the colors are inspired by the surrounding nature.

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Recreation & Wellness

The resort’s new 1,700-square-meter wellness center is the centerpiece of the hotel’s transformation, offering guests every possible opportunity to unwind while enjoying the peaceful surroundings. The Arab-inspired Alma Spa, which translates to “soul” in Spanish and “water” in Arabic, offers luxurious treatments using high-quality Natura Bissé skin care products in six separate rooms. In addition, the spa features a hydrotherapy pool and a multi-sensory course to revitalize the body and mind. Guests can also enjoy a fitness center, an infinity pool with stunning views of the adjacent golf course and coast, and an outdoor pool for families.

The resort also boasts three of the best 18-hole golf courses in Europe, making it ideal for both amateur and professional golfers looking to perfect their game in a beautiful setting. The Golf Academy and practice center are ideal for those who want to improve their skills.

The newly renovated The Racquets Center is part of the hotel and offers 28 tennis and seven illuminated paddle courts, some of the best cricket facilities in Southern Europe, including two artificial turf pitches, five artificial net lanes, and a field practice area for players. The professional La Manga Club Football Center has eight natural grass pitches and a stadium with a seating capacity of 750, making it the official training ground of FC Cartagena.

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The Grand Hyatt La Manga Club Golf & Spa is committed to providing guests with an exceptional dining experience by offering typical and unique local dishes prepared at a high gastronomic level. From the rustic charm of an Italian trattoria, through the authentic flavors of an Izakaya sushi bar and Southeast Asian cuisine, to sophisticated fine dining and the La Cala restaurant in front of the beautiful beach scenery – the new culinary offer allows guests to embark on a culinary journey around the world, while using high-quality local ingredients

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