Golfers looking to play in the Marbella region will have a spring in their step after Vacation Marbella unveiled a range of incredible stay-and-play deals for visitors over the next few months.
The Marbella region, dubbed “Golf Valley” has long been popular with travellers from the UK thanks to its superb choice of more than 30 courses in the Costa del Sol region and 15 alone in Marbella, together with its fantastic all-year round climate, array of superb restaurant and famed nightlife.
And Vacation Marbella’s partnerships with some of the best golf clubs in the area, giving access to discounted green fees, coupled with its multitude of high-end accommodation options, is certain to boost visitor interest this spring.
With an average of 320 sunny days a year, the Costa del Sol region is a paradise for golfers. A unique partnership with the highly acclaimed Los Naranjos, situated just three miles from the bright lights of Puerto Banus ensures Vacation Marbella guests get the best green fee rate when booking one of its stay-and-play packages.
Five nights and three green fees at Los Naranjos Golf and Country Club, staying in one of the refurbished luxury two-bedroom apartments on the doorstep of Puerto Banus in April, May, September and October is just £333 (€378) per person based on four sharing or £465 (€525) per person based on two sharing.
A seven-night break and five green fees at Los Naranjos costs from just £519 (€588) per person based on four sharing, or £662 (€750) for two sharing a two-bedroom apartment.
Borja Rodriguez, joint owner of Vacation Marbella, who is originally from the town, said: “Marbella and Puerto Banus have always been one of the most popular holiday destinations for holiday makers, whether they want to play golf or enjoy the area – whether that is to relax on the beach or explore the area that has so much to offer.
“There is so much to offer visitors of all ages, nationalities and tastes, but we recently Vacation Marbella has started to focus more of tailor-made golf packages.
“We have a great relationship with many of the local courses, so we have been able to negotiate reduced green fees. There is a huge choice of top-quality golf courses that will suit every level of golfer. Add that to our wide choice of luxury apartments then we are able to offer some of the best deals on the market.”
IAGTO member Vacation Marbella, which hosts more than 10,000 guests a year alone, has long been highly regarded in the the rental market thanks to its stunning portfolio of high-end apartments in some of the most desirable areas on the Costa del Sol.
The business has grown steadily since being established in 2015 and now boasts 60 luxury apartments in the region following the acquisition of 12 new properties at the end of last year.
Vacation Marbella places a strong emphasis on guest services such as organising green fees, visiting beauty treatments, car rentals, fishing charters, airport transfers, baby-sitting services and a state-of-the-art app called Virtual Concierge, an easy-to-use touch-screen tablet that gives visitors access to detailed information on the available services, local area, as well as instructions on how to use any appliance in its apartments.
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