With easy access to the European Tour Destination’s 36 holes of championship golf, LAVIDA Hotel is a perfect option for weekend trips for groups of friends seeking an active holiday. The hotel’s 50 rooms feature sweeping golf course views from private balconies, top-quality beds and amenities, modern design details and specially designed golf storage areas. The smart and precisely designed rooms feature bright and stylish furnishings in shades of soft grey and patterned tiles combined with polished concrete, while floor to ceiling glass windows bring guests closer to the spectacular Catalan landscape.
Of the new addition, PGA Catalunya Resort CEO, David Plana, said: “LAVIDA Hotel brings a whole new dimension to our offering. The rooms are designed to be practical, with everything that active guests would need to enjoy the world-class golf and the array of on-site activities, while sacrificing nothing in comfort and style.”
Guests will find that LAVIDA Hotel’s restaurant, Bella’s, offers a social and laid-back atmosphere where they can unwind and socialise while enjoying mouthwatering meals, including freshly baked pizzas and pasta dishes made with only the freshest ingredients. Stepping out onto the extensive outdoor terrace that connects the restaurant to the swimming pool, guests will find plenty of relaxed seating areas and comfortable cushions overlooking the beautiful countryside surroundings. Meanwhile, the bar at Bella’s offers a buzzing atmosphere, ideal for a post-round drink or some delicious tapas.
David Plana, CEO at PGA Catalunya Resort, continued: “The modern, active tourist wants a getaway that is low-impact, adventurous and of high-quality – and is exactly what LAVIDA Hotel offers.”
The new hotel is part of a three-year, €53 million development plan at PGA Catalunya Resort that is transforming the 300 hectare forested estate into one of the world’s leading full-service lifestyle resorts, ideally located just 15 minutes from historic Girona, an hour from vibrant Barcelona and 20 minutes from the beautiful Mediterranean coast. The picturesque natural setting, combined with the warm year-round climate, ensures guests can partake in a wide range of activities with a focus on connecting with the great outdoors, as well as experiencing Spain’s no. 1 layout, The Stadium Course*.
Rates starting from €140 per double room including B&B. For more details and reservations, please visit www.lavidahotel.com
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