The last two years of financial strain has no doubt taken its toll on many businesses and their employees.
However, as things pick up it could be a good idea to treat your workforce and show them your appreciation.
Booking a team building break at La Manga Club is a fantastic way of strengthening relationships between staff and improving communication.
Alto Rendimiento, a leading specialist in experiential training, works very closely with the resort and has previously worked with teams from organisations including Nasa, the US Navy and Los Angeles Lakers.
Businesses looking for the perfect meeting or conference venue may wish to consider La Manga Club.
Based in the sunny region of Murcia, the complex is renowned for the quality of its leisure facilities and accommodation.
La Manga is home to three championship golf courses, 28 tennis courts and a health spa, among other things.
Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe has four meeting rooms, all of which are equipped with audio-visual units and flexible connection points, as well as WiFi.
One of the best things about taking a holiday in Spain is having the opportunity to sample new cuisine.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club will find more than 20 bars and restaurants to enjoy at the complex.
Those who are keen to sample local dishes may wish to consider booking a table at the Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe's Amapola Restaurant, which serves up a range of tasty Mediterranean food.
The venue boasts a stylish dining room, as well as a show kitchen and spacious terrace with views over the golf course.
Women wear the trousers when it comes to making holiday decisions, new research has revealed.
A poll carried out by Hotels.com found that 25 per cent of wives and girlfriends take full responsibility for organising breaks abroad.
This compares to just 12 per cent of men who said they take the lead.
Brits taking holidays in Spain over Easter have been advised to book their car hire as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
According to price comparison site Carrentals.co.uk, there is likely to be high demand in popular destinations such as Alicante and Murcia.
If your skin is looking dry and dull after the winter months, it could be time to book yourself in for a relaxing facial at La Manga Club.
There are a number of different treatment options on offer, with something suitable for all skin types.
First-time spa guests can opt for the refresher facial, which leaves dull skin feeling nourished and looking rejuvenated.
Designed to restore natural radiance, the deep cleansing facial purifies the face and leaves treated areas feeling noticeably softer.
If you are hoping to jet abroad and take a holiday in Spain this year, then you may wish to consider flying to the sun-soaked region or Murcia and renting an apartment at the popular La Torre Resort.
There are a range of different properties available, all of which come fully furnished to a high standard and equipped with kitchen facilities, making them a great option for those who plan to prepare their own meals while on holiday.
Guests will also find washing machines, dishwashers, DVD players, air conditioning units, hairdryers and televisions in their apartments, as well as a spacious balcony or terrace area.
In addition, holidaymakers booking self-catering accommodation have access to the resort's many shared swimming pools that are dotted throughout the complex.
Holidaymakers taking a break at La Manga Club in Murcia will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the range of bars and restaurants at the resort, with more than 20 venues to choose from.
One place where guests are sure to find a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere is the Piano Bar, which is located at the Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe.
A spacious and elegant venue with a comfortable seated lounge area, it is the ideal place for guests to relax after their dinner and enjoy a refreshing drink after a round of golf.
The bar opens nightly from 7pm, with live musical entertainment starting at 11pm.
After a long flight and taxi ride, most holidaymakers would shudder at the thought of trekking to a supermarket to find staples such as tea bags and milk.
That's why guests staying at La Manga Club have the option of ordering a food pack to be delivered upon their arrival.
These can be requested via the resort reservations centre up to 48 hours prior to check-in and contain a range of essentials, including bread, cheese, eggs, ham, butter, jam and orange juice.
There are two different options available, with prices starting at approximately £25.
A holiday is the perfect time to try new activities or develop your existing skills.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club in Spain can improve their tennis technique by heading to the resort's dedicated academy.
A range of courses are on offer there, with something to offer players of all abilities.
The adult five-day option is the ideal choice for those who want to master the basics of the game or fine-tune their technique.