As soon as you have chosen to holiday at La Manga Club, you know you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to accommodation options, with something truly for everyone, luxury is the keyword that best sums up La Manga. No matter whether you opt for a fully catered, 5 star hotel break or a simple studio, you are sure to be impressed with the comfort and attention to detail that awaits you.
Hotel Principe Felipe is the resort’s 5-star hotel option. A magnificent jewel in the La Manga Club resort’s crown, the hotel is everything you’d expect of it’s five star rating and maybe even just a bit more.
No matter how you look at it, La Manga Club oozes luxury, the neat cream coloured buildings against the green of the golf courses and the bright blue of the pools just spell luxury holiday, in capital letters. When it comes to accommodation at La Manga, there are two main luxury options. There is the Hotel Principe Felipe and Las Lomas Village.
The Hotel Principe Felipe is true 5-star living in every sense of the word.
Dont you just hate it when you go somewhere on holidays and seem to spend all your time in the car. The great thing about La Manga Club is once you arrive, there really is no reason to go offsite, unless you really want to. With its abundance of sport and leisure facilities, extensive range of restaurants and bars and even a supermarket and petrol station, there really is nothing to go offsite for, apart from the beauty of the Murcian countryside of course.
No matter whether you’re holidaying alone, as a couple, as a family or as a big group, you’ll be able to pitch up at La Manga and find something for everyone to do, every single day of your stay.
While your holiday at La Manga Club is absolutely certain to help make you forget all about the real world, there are times when it is important that you can stay in touch, if you feel the need. While many people are happy to rely on their international mobile phone contract to do this while on holiday, others worry that using their mobile phone to either receive calls, emails or surf the web while abroad could result in huge bills. Although there are tons of great mobile contracts out there, which allow you to surf and call with confidence while you are abroad, if you have chosen not to, or do not want to set up an international roaming arrangement before your holiday, you will be happy to hear there is WIFI at La Manga Club which you can use to stay in touch.
At La Manga Club, many guests run their own successful businesses or have high-flying careers that require them to be in some way contactable, even while they’re on holidays.
People hoping to holiday at La Manga Club this summer will find a wide range of accommodation options available to them, with something to suit everyone.
A great option for families and groups is to book one of the self-catering apartments in Las Lomas Village.
Available with two and three bedrooms, they come furnished to a high standard and have been designed with comfort in mind.
Kitchens come equipped with cookers, washing machines, microwaves and dryers, as well as air conditioning and heating units.
Families planning to take a self-catering holiday in Spain this year may wish to consider heading to La Manga Club in Murcia.
Renowned for its extensive sports facilities and high quality accommodation, the resort is an ideal destination for Brits hoping to soak up some sunshine this year.
There are a wide range of properties to choose from, including villas with swimming pools and spacious townhouses.
Apartments are also available, which are an excellent choice for small families and couples.
La Manga Club is to run the Milan Junior Camp this summer at its football facilities.
The luxury holiday resort in Spain's official blog revealed the news and claimed the July 11th to 17th programme to be a "highlight" of the 2010 season schedule, although it refused to go into any further details, indicating that more will be divulged at a later date.
However, information on the main La Manga Club website shows the course to be one of the official vacations of AC Milan which are held all over the world.
Aimed at six to 17-year-olds, the camp "will guarantee sports, a healthy environment, security, entertainment and education, all at the same time" for those in attendance and is priced at 550 (£483) per child without accommodation and 850 per child with seven-night accommodation.
Golf holidays in Murcia are popular among fans of the club and ball game, it has been suggested.
Travel Daily UK reported that the region has "been a favourite" among customers of Golfbreak.com for some time, with the courses, venues and climate all contributing to the appeal.
And it is also convenient to travel to, with the majority of airlines running flights to Murcia daily and Alicante's airport just 45 minutes away.
La Manga Club in Murcia has drawn attention to its upcoming Funlandia programme, which could provide an excellent option for those looking for family holidays in Spain next month.
The resort's official blog featured a post on the Easter holiday initiative that will see it add a host of child-targeted activities to its usual offerings between April 1st and 9th - many of which are free to residents of Las Lomas Village and Hotel La Manga Principe Felipe.
It included an excerpt from an article on shorteuropebreaks.co.
Holidaymakers staying at La Manga Club will be spoilt for choice when it comes to accommodation, with a range of different options available.
There is something on offer to suit everyone, from couples to families with children and large groups.
One option for guests staying at Las Lomas Village is to book a deluxe room.
These come furnished to a high standard and with two twin beds that can be seamlessly brought together to create a double.