The Florida hotel in Fuengirola, Malaga, will reopen in April this year after undergoing reforms to its facilities
The Israeli chain, Leonardo Hotels, which now owns the Florida, has announced that it will reopen the four-star hotel in April this year. The general director of Leonardo Hotels for Spain and Portugal, Shay Raz, said to the local media at the time of the acquisition in March of 2022 that they were going to carry out a reform of the facilities.
“When the opportunity presented itself, we took advantage of it, because investing in the holiday sector was a highly desired project to strengthen our position in Spain,” said Shay Raz, adding that “2022 has been a year of great milestones for Leonardo Hotels in Spain, as it has not only registered a record booking volume performance after the pandemic but also dominated the purchase market in the national hotel sector.”
Fuengirola is a popular tourist destination
Fuengirola, a popular tourist destination in Spain due to its location on the Costa del Sol, is known for its sunny weather and beautiful beaches. The town itself has a charming historic center, and there are many restaurants, bars, and shops catering to tourists. Additionally, Fuengirola is well-connected to other parts of the region, making it an easy base for exploring the surrounding area.
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