Living like kings and queens is easy when staying at Hotel La Manga Club Príncipe Felipe.
As if staying at the opulent five-star establishment is not enough, it also offers a double dose of luxury with its Royal Suite option.
Waking up in the morning to find themselves in a king-sized bed with a soft goose-down duvet, guests can browse their emails via the wireless internet facilities over a continental breakfast.
The marble bath tub, sauna and walk-in shower will ensure that they are spoiled for choice when it comes to taking a morning bathe before heading out for a busy day of relaxation.
La Manga visitors who opt for self-sufficient accommodation with a Las Lomas apartment can have a fun and fiery evening with no effort required.
Catering to the culinary needs of those staying at la Manga, the Deli Cafe in Las Lomas village offers three different types of barbecue packs for guests.
Sparking the charcoal on the terrace of your apartment may seem all the more romantic and fun when the food is supplied by somebody else and orders are accepted on the day of your grill-up before 10:00am.
BBQ Lomas package, which starts from 23.
Holidaymakers who like to have a little independence while on holiday may like to snap up one of the apartments available at La Manga.
Las Lomas Village studios and townhouses are the perfect option for the feeling of a home away from home - cosy, well-situated and located in village-style houses.
With familiar comforts such as fully equipped kitchens with cookers, dishwashers, satellite TV and internet access, this accommodation option will make a holidaymaker feel like a local in no time.
Townhouses, which are set over two or three floors, boast a touch of romance and elegance with spiral staircases connecting all levels.
Holidaymakers who want to get a true feel for Spain while visiting La Manga could treat their tastebuds to the traditional flavours of the sunny nation by enjoying an evening in La Bodega.
The restaurant offers an array of Spanish wines, allowing guests to follow in the footsteps of locals by sipping and chatting into the wee hours.
Furthermore, relaxing with some delicate but tasty tapas dishes such as chorizo, chickpeas and calamari is also a great way visitors can get into the Spanish swing of things while at La Manga.
La Bodega is open for dinner bookings, is located at La Plaza and has a terrace that diners can enjoy on clearer evenings.
Those who like their food to come with a side order of sweeping views can indulge in both of these passions when relaxing at La Manga.
Although the resort boasts several eateries and bars, one that may catch the attention of the romantic-minded is La Cala, which is located on a rocky protrusion at the holiday hotspot.
Not only does it boast natural surroundings, but La Cala also affords an attractive and sweeping view of the glittering Mediterranean.
While they treat their eyes after a busy day of relaxation and fun at La Manga, diners can enjoy the eatery's specialty - fresh seafood and high-quality fish dishes.
Those visiting La Manga over the coming months who love all-American fare can take advantage of the dishes on offer at the resort's Uncle Sam's restaurant.
Flying the flag for all things stateside, Uncle Sam's has an authentic American feel, with 1950s memorabilia decorating the walls as rock music plays in the background and busy waiters whiz by.
After generating a hunger playing golf, swimming or enjoying the many facilities on offer at La Manga, holidaymakers can opt for some hearty fare for the perfect end to their day.
Uncle Sam's menu offers dishes such as crunchy chicken and flavoursome ribs as well as that all-important American staple - the hamburger.
People who enjoy unique blends of flavours when on holidays in Spain will no doubt be keen to try inimitable dishes when on holiday - and, thanks to La Manga's Andale Mexican Restaurant, this is no issue at all.
Located at the Spanish resort's tennis centre, the eatery is a lively place to enjoy a meal and offers original specialities as well as friendly service.
In addition, people who would rather dine privately - perhaps for special occasion such as a wedding reception, anniversary party or birthday meal - are able to take advantage of the facility's capacity to serve up to 40 people privately.
There are a total of three private dining rooms, meaning that most types of function should be able to be catered for.
Variety is the spice of life - and spice is one thing that La Manga's Asia Restaurant is certainly not short on.
The innovative eatery is able to cater to a wide array of different tastes and will allow guests to enjoy fresh new flavours from the south-east of the continent in a unique and stylish setting.
Located at Las Sabinas, Asia Restaurant has an extensive veggie selection that will not only cater to people who do not eat meat, but also those who are keen to try world-class vegetarian cuisine in order to shake up their existing range of favourite dishes.
Open from Thursdays to Mondays, the restaurant has a terrace on which people on holidays in Spain can enjoy a cigarette, cigar or pipe during the summer months of the year.
For many people, eating and drinking is as much a part of the holiday experience as sitting back and relaxing on the beach.
As such, people planning to book holidays in Spain need look no further than La Manga, which is home to more than 20 different bars and restaurants, each of which has its own unique character and dishes.
With cuisine from the Mediterranean, as well as dishes more commonly associated with the Orient, gastronomic delights are a huge part of the La Manga experience and guests should be able to find something that they enjoy, regardless of their tastes.
The club explains: "Regular culinary promotions and seasonal celebrations add to the already extensive gastronomic variety.
Most people consider holidays to Spain and other destinations as the highlight of their year, it has been suggested.
Bob Atkinson, travel expert at travelsupermarket.com, said Brits would rather sacrifice luxuries such as new clothes and meals out than give up on their hard-earned breaks abroad.
"It gives us the opportunity to rest, relax, party or indulge in our interests, with more and more of us taking activity breaks, whether they are cultural, sporty or family-orientated," he commented.