La Manga Club, one of Europe’s premier golf and leisure resorts, is to reopen from July 1 following Spain’s further relaxation of the Covid-19 lockdown regulations.
Following recent positive news from governments, airline companies and border controls, Hesperia World – La Manga Club’s management arm – has taken the decision to open the doors from the beginning of next month, just in time for the summer holidays.
Hesperia World maintains the highest emphasis on the well-being of its guests and employees, and has committed to all guarantees around safety, hygiene and quality, guided throughout by national health authorities and the World Health Organisation.
La Manga Club’s opening is at the forefront of a staged re-opening of Hesperia World-managed properties across cities in Spain this July, including its hotels in A Coruña, Bilbao, Barcelona, Santiago de Compostela, Palma de Mallorca, Granada, San Sebastián, and Vigo.
The first guests at La Manga Club will be welcomed to the resort’s five-star Principe Felipe Hotel, with both North and South golf courses open, as well as the golf academy and driving range areas.
Tennis lovers can get back in the swing at the resort’s 28-court tennis centre, with the tennis academy serving up world-class tuition for all ages.
Elsewhere, La Manga’s Mediterranean cove beach will be open with a lunch service at its famous La Cala seafood restaurant. Further dining options will be available at Amapola (fine dining) and Sol y Sombra, and the hotel’s Piano Bar will be open for pre- and post-dinner entertainment.
Flights are available from across Europe into the airports at Murcia (25 minutes) and Alicante (1 hour). Bookings are now open from July 1, with the cost for a week for a family of four starting from €1,350.