La Manga Club is in the running to receive a prestigious travel award, it has been revealed.
The popular Spanish resort has been shortlisted in the Luxury Golf Resort Category at the World Luxury Hotel Awards.
Home to three championship golf courses and 28 multi-surface tennis courts, as well as countless other facilities, La Manga Club is popular with those looking to unwind and develop their sporting skills in luxury surroundings.
The awards are presented to the world's best hotels in recognition of their excellent service and guest facilitates.
Those taking a break in Spain this year can get into the holiday spirit by enjoying a relaxing massage at La Manga Club's relaxing health spa.
There are dozens of treatment options on offer with something to suit everyone.
Holidaymakers looking to improve their circulation and relieve muscle tension can indulge in a traditional Swedish massage, which can also help to detoxify the body.
For the ultimate treat, a relaxing honey pressure point massage is the ideal choice.
If the credit crunch has sapped all of the morale out of your business, then a trip to La Manga Club in Spain could be just the ticket.
With unrivalled leisure facilities, state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment and flexible function rooms, La Manga has long been a popular meeting and conference destination.
Delegate packages are available from as little as 68 euros per person, with 24-hour rates, including meals, accommodation and entry into the spa, currently set at 133 euros.
As all good managers know, a team can only function as it should when there is a sense of trust and companies eager to build on this can enrol their employees on one of the resort's team building courses.
If you dream of tying the knot in the sunshine and treating your guests to a meal in luxury surroundings, then look no further than La Manga Club.
From start to finish, couples will be assisted in planning every part of their big day and La Manga offers a number of venues and function rooms, with something to suit all tastes.
The Gran Salon Panorama at Las Lomas Village is the ideal place to host a reception, with spectacular views and a large terrace.
There are a wide range of wedding menus available and guests will be in safe hands with the world-renowned Hyatt chefs.
La Manga Club is the ideal place to stay for those keen to explore Spain's famous Mar Menor coastal lagoon.
The largest saltwater lagoon in Europe, the Mar Menor is one of the world's top water sports destinations and can be up to six degrees C warmer than the sea that surrounds it.
As well as taking a relaxing sailing trip on the Mar Menor, holidaymakers can try their hand at water sports such as canoeing, jet-skiing and fly-surfing.
Visitors can also try scuba diving, with lessons available from the nearby Adventure Divers centre.
Unlike many resorts, La Manga Club has a wide selection of restaurants and bars, with something to suit all tastes.
Whether you are looking for a romantic meal for two under the stars, or a bite to eat for the whole family, there is something to suit everyone.
For a special treat in an elegant and distinguished setting, La Manga's famous Amapola Restaurant is a must. The menu offers the very best in Mediterranean cuisine, with food made from the freshest local ingredients.
Those holidaying at La Manga Club next month will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the range of activities on offer.
There is a packed calendar of events, with something available for everyone.
A Wine Club evening takes place every third Thursday at La Bodega and guests will find plenty of delicious food and drink to sample, with selected wines available at bargain prices.
Guests will also find offers on spa treatments throughout the month of March and two for one massages and facials are available at certain times.
If the cold weather and credit crunch doom and gloom is getting you down, then a holiday to La Manga Club in Spain may be just what you need.
For a relaxing break, which also includes spa treatments, the girl's getaway package is the ideal option.
Guests can stay at the La Manga Club Principe Felipe or at Las Lomas Village, where a chilled bottle of cava will be waiting.
As well as accommodation, the package also includes a lunch and dinner for two, daily breakfast, access to the resort's fitness centre and a complimentary spa treatment.
Tennis ace Rafa Nadal will arrive in the Spanish resort of Benidorm this week, ahead of Spain's forthcoming Davis Cup clash against Serbia.
According to the Benidorm Spotlight, Nadal is due to arrive on Friday to begin is preparations for the tournament which takes place from March 6th to 8th.
The event will take place in a specially designed stadium at Terra Mitica and, according to the newspaper, more than 14,000 tickets have been snapped up by tennis fans.
Nadal is said to be recovering from a recent knee injury and pulled out of a recent competition in Dubai in order to prepare for Benidorm.
Those taking holidays in Spain this summer can enjoy the feeling on "new" sand between their toes.
Authorities in the Costa del Sol are planning to rebuild the area's beaches with new sand in time for the Easter holidays.
According to Typically Spanish, as part of the first phase of improvements, beaches including those in Marbella, Estepona and Malaga will be covered with new sand.
A further 20 beaches in the area will also be improved before summer and the second phase is expected to be completed by June.