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7 Star Hotel Planned for Almunecar!

Almuñécar in the Province of Granada is set to open the first seven-star hotel resort in Spain and one of the first in Europe in 2013.

The project, promoted by the hotel operator Banyan Tree Holding, was presented on the 24th September 2010 at a ceremony attended by representatives of the developer, the Ambassador of Denmark in Spain, Lars Thuesen, and the Mayor of Almuñécar, Juan Carlos Benavides.

The resort, called “Bahia Fenicia”, will involve an investment of 230 million euros and will create over 600 direct jobs.

The hotel is to be built near Marina del Este on a surface of 13,000 square meters, will have 200 rooms and 32,000 meters for residential housing, as reported by local sources.

The project has the approval of all authorities and could begin within eight months after completion of administrative procedures, according to representatives of the promoter.

The works have a deadline of two years, so the resort should be completed by 2013. The company maintains that the project is integrated into the landscape and gives special attention and respect for the environment of the area.

With a workforce of 8,000 employees scattered around the world, the chain, Banyan Tree Holdings is one of the largest worldwide in the sector.

The Ambassador of Denmark in Spain, Lars Thuesen, has indicated that a project is “ambitious” made by a company of his country in recent years in Spain, and demonstrates “the interest of the Danes on the Spanish Coast. ”

For his part, Mayor of Almuñécar, Juan Carlos Benavides, considered that the project would mean “a catalyst for the entire tropical coast.”

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