La Cala Resort is to reopen its hotel and spa on June 15, as Spain continues to ease its pandemic lockdown measures in a bid to kickstart domestic and international tourism.
In a welcome boost to the local economy, the 107-room hotel is already accepting bookings with international travel set to resume later this summer.
The move follows the phased resumption of golf last month at the four-star venue, with players from across Malaga province flocking to play Cabell B. Robinson’s internationally-renowned Asia Course.
Sean Corte-Real, La Cala Resort’s General Manager, said: “We are extremely excited to lead the way in reopening as tourism returns to Spain’s golf coast.
“At La Cala we are blessed to have so much wide open space – three championship golf courses spread over 400 hectares. And with Andalucía being one of the least affected regions in Europe, and as international travel returns, I am confident that La Cala will be seen as a safe haven where golfers and holiday makers can enjoy the resort again, away from the hustle and bustle elsewhere on the Costa del Sol.”
To mark the planned reopening, La Cala has unveiled a new promotional video in collaboration with former European Tour Pro Gary Murphy, showcasing the best of the resort.
The successful resumption of play on the Asia course has seen golfers follow simple Covid-19 protocols and enjoy food and drink on the resort’s extensive outdoor terrace while following social-distancing guidelines. Similar measures will be announced prior to the reopening of the resort’s hotel and hydrotherapy spa.