There are two types of accommodation within La Manga Club, both ideally placed to make the most of the resort's facilities: The magnificent, five-star La Manga Club Hotel Príncipe Felipe (formerly the Hyatt Regency) or the comforts of the self-catering apartments and guestrooms at Las Lomas Village.
Hotel La Manga Club Príncipe Felipe
Hotel La Manga Club Príncipe Felipe is a magnificent five-star resort hotel, built in Andalusian style, in a privileged location at the heart of La Manga Club, adjacent to two of the three championship golf courses.
Each of the 192 elegantly furnished guest rooms and suites is designed and equipped to ensure your utmost comfort, with details such as individually controlled air conditioning, satellite TV with on-demand movies and games console, marble bathrooms, French windows opening onto balconies or terraces ... feast your eyes on the many beautiful and relaxing views across the gardens, swimming pool and golf courses. Everything is designed to offer you the best personal attention, right down to the very last detail, so that your stay is unforgettable.
Within the hotel, there is also an exclusive Royal Club, offering discerning guests an exceptional standard of accommodation and services.
Hotel La Manga Club Príncipe Felipe frequently have a promotion of Hotel + Golf or Hotel + Spa Packages.
Las Lomas Village
Located in a tranquil, hillside setting with superb views, Las Lomas Village offers top-quality four-star accommodation where Mediterranean flair is combined with a convivial village atmosphere.
At Las Lomas Village you can choose between two distinct types of accommodation: the convenience of our self-catering apartments and townhouses, designed with families and groups in mind. Whichever you choose, you are assured a comfortable and enjoyable stay, as all are superbly equipped, tastefully decorated and offer the best in service and attention.
About La Manga Club:
As a result of 37 years of continued investment, innovation and commitment to excellence, which have ensured that it has remained at the forefront of the sector, La Manga Club is widely recognised as Spain’s flagship resort and as one of the finest in the world.
Evidence of this is provided by its numerous World Travel Award nominations and prizes, such as the World’s Leading Sports Resort (top 5, 2006 and 2007), Spain’s Leading Golf Resort (winner, 2006), Europe’s Leading Golf Resort (winner, 2001, 2003 and 2005), and Europe’s Leading Conference Hotel (winner, 2003). In addition, the hotel obtained the prestigious Q for Quality certification in 2002.
La Manga Club is a spectacular resort located in the Murcia region of south-east Spain. Set out over an area of some 560 hectares (approx. 1400 acres), it offers visitors a five-star hotel, luxury vacation apartments and 450 hectares of sports facilities, highlights of which include its three 18- hole golf courses, 28 tennis courts and its eight-pitch professional football centre, which also offers facilities for cricket, rugby and Gaelic football.
The resort is also home to innumerable leisure facilities, such as the 2000m2 Spa La Manga Club with its 13 luxurious treatment rooms, comprehensive fitness centre and 25m indoor pool; meeting, banqueting and incentive facilities, and more than 20 restaurants and bars.
La Manga Club completes integration of all services
As part of its integration programme, La Manga Club has announced that from February 17th all resort services and facilities have been brought together under a single management umbrella. From now on, the resort’s sports facilities (golf, tennis, football, etc), 5-star hotel, luxury Las Lomas vacation village, spa and more than twenty restaurants and bars will all be managed directly by La Manga Club.
This decision signals the mutually agreed end to the resort’s fifteen year relationship with Hyatt International (EAME) LLC, to whom the management of La Manga Club has expressed its gratitude for its contribution to the resort over the years.
La Manga Club’s global restructuring plan will streamline management processes and optimise resources, thus guaranteeing the continuity of the project, as well as the standard of services and facilities at the emblematic sports and leisure resort. Over the years, La Manga Club’s model of resort management and the quality of its facilities have earned it numerous international accolades and awards (e.g. nominated by the prestigious World Travel Awards as one of the five best sports resorts in the world in 2006 and 2007 and for the title of Europe’s leading golf resort in 2008).
La Manga Club has extensive expertise gained over 37 years in the operation of the resort and their highly experienced and committed executive team and staff will continue to ensure that the resort retains its position as one of the finest in the world.
The principal changes are that the Hyatt Regency La Manga hotel will now be known as Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe.
Images courtesy of La Manga Club