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13:23

Local

Israeli investment group to push ahead with Malaga hotel plans despite the pandemic

JESÚS HINOJOSA

...types of business: apartment buildings, hostels and boutique hotels which are low-cost but are equipped with the most modern technology and facilities. "Let's say they will have a five-star chassis but will be a hostel inside. People don't want to come ... able to use the facilities in the others. The group is also planning two hotels, one with 36 rooms in Calle Madre de Dios, in a lovely early 20th century building with a garden, which is unusual in the city centre, and another with 85 rooms in Calle

12:23

Local

Costa del Sol hotels close en masse with no reopening date on the horizon

Pilar Martínez

The first half of September has seen a massive closure of hotels on the Costa del Sol, with no one daring to suggest a reopening date. The area's tourism industry has been hit from all sides during the pandemic: demand for hotel accommodation ... to be no more than 23%, according to the Costa del Sol hoteliers' association, Aehcos. The hotels that have already closed their doors this month include numerous Costa icons that have never before closed during the low season: the Pez Espada, the ... Alay, the Meliá Costa del Sol and the MS Amaragua are among them. Aehcos president Luis Callejón Suñé has described the situation as critical, and said that around 80% of the Costa's hotels are likely to remain closed this winter season. In recent

13:24

Local

Investors looking to snap up hotels for sale on the Costa del Sol due to Covid crisis

Pilar Martínez

In the wake of hotels being forced to close early this season due to a lack of demand, investment funds have started to turn their attention to the Costa del Sol, looking to buy hotel properties in distress. It heralds a potential shift in emphasis ... to 12 hotels who are prepared to negotiate a sale. So far, no hotelier is admitting to anything concrete, but many haven't ruled out putting up a For Sale sign at a later date. They point out that the season this year only lasted three or four ... Another firm of experts recognised that the level of debt of hotels is very high and it is a good time for investors to look on the Costa del Sol. There are also established hotel groups looking to capitalise on the opportunity and expand their

14:56

LifeStyle

Fuengirola's route to tourism

Víctor Heredia

...preferred residential format for long stays by middle-class visitors. When it came to hotels, Fuengirola was much slower to build up this sector compared with other pioneering resorts such as Torremolinos and Marbella. There were no hotels at all until the ... built by the Danish tour operator Tjaereborg, marked the start of a frenzy in the opening of large hotels, some in complexes with blocks of apartments. Seven opened in Fuengirola between 1970 and 1974. The first was Las Pirámides, a four-star with 320 ... Fuengirola could boast an extensive range of hotels for middle-class tourists (three and four-star establishments) from Spain, Britain and Scandinavia. A guide from those years described Fuengirola as "a tourism centre with an ultra-modern urban

12:08

Local

Possible solution for "eyesore" hotels in Benalmádena Costa

Tony Bryant

The local town hall in Benalmádena has announced plans to turn the derelict Los Pintores Hotel complex into landscaped gardens and green areas. The complex, in Benalmádena Costa, which incorporates the Velázquez, Greco and Goya hotels, is ... in. One of the hotels reopened its doors in 2015, but had to close two months later because it failed to comply with basic security measures. The mayor pointed out that numerous measures had already been taken at the request of residents living in ... close proximity to the hotel. All three hotels, which locals describe as "an eyesore", are in a state of disrepair and residents have continuously complained about the problem of squatters residing in the hotel rooms. Several attempts to secure the

16:17

Local

Hotels expect August to be quieter than July, when occupancy was 40%

Pilar Martínez

August is going to be even quieter than July was, say hoteliers on the Costa del Sol. Last month there was 40 per cent average occupancy, and they expect the average for the peak summer season to be 39.9 per cent at the very most. They attribute t

14:27

Local

Hotels on the Costa say they have been only 40% full and many will have to close in the winter

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

With the last peak days of August upon us, hotels on the Costa del Sol are still under half empty, with an average occupancy rate of no more than 40 per cent. The quarantine imposed by several countries including the UK, which is the area's ... around 20 per cent close in low season, but this time more than half the hotels in Malaga are likely to do so. It wouldn't be profitable to stay open, says Miguel Sánchez of the Confederation of Business Owners of Andalucía (CEA), who owns the MS ... Hoteles chain: "The busiest period for tourism ended on Sunday and occupancy hasn't even been 40 per cent. We normally keep five hotels open and close one in winter, but in this situation we are considering closing them all," he says. "The income would not

13:07

Local

The cancellation of Malaga Fair comes at a cost of more than 60 million euros

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...published by the city council. Bars and restaurants estimate that income will be more than 60 per cent lower than for the same period last year, while hotels, usually close to full occupancy during this week, are barely half full. Some haven't even opened. ... them are needed for businesses to end the year with any profits." Request for aid The week of the fair is the most profitable for hotels in Malaga, a sector which is calling for a public aid package similar to that granted to the banks a decade ago

15:13

Local

The unaffordable cost of closed hotels

Héctor Barbotta

The lawnmower is the only sound to be heard these days at the Marbella Club, one of the legendary hotels on the Costa del Sol which at first sight could be confused with a typical Andalusian white village. It closed on 21 March for the first time in ... its 66-year history and the maintenance works, of which the gardeners are the most visible, are practically all that stops it taking on the appearance of a ghost village. The enforced closure of the hotels on the Costa del Sol placed them in a ... operating, the conditions involved and uncertainty about the main tourism markets are drawing a complicated picture. Opening without clients is not a viable option, but then neither is keeping the hotels closed. This is not just because companies cannot

12:30

Local

Andalusian regional government approves new points system to classify hotels

Pilar Martínez

...for Tourism, says the sector has been waiting a long time for this regulation to come into force, and that it "will enable hotels to compete in conditions which are more in line with 21st-century tourism". He explains that the new system involves ... factors, as well as a range of complementary services, and it will apply to five-star and top luxury hotels, although originally this was not the intention. The hotels will still have stars, as they do at present, but they will have to meet different