Golfers are being offered the chance to play at a collection of Europe’s best golf courses with the launch of a range of five-star Spanish golf breaks. 

 

Kempinski Hotel Bahía, Marbella-Estepona, has unveiled a selection of packages providing access to the Costa del Sol’s most famous venues - including the Valderrama, host of the 1997 Ryder Cup.

The hotel is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World and is situated within easy reach of more than 50 courses including Finca Cortesin, the setting of the Volvo Match Play Championship from 2009-2012; European Tour venues San Roque, Sotogrande and La Quinta; as well as new emerging courses such as La Reserva and Almenara.

Until March 31, golfers can take advantage of a range of three- and five-day packages while staying at the hotel. Three-day breaks are available from €710 per person (approximately £590).

Golf Weekend prices include 18 holes of golf with buggies at Valderrama, La Reserva and San Roque’s new course - host of the 2006 Spanish Open - as well two nights’ breakfast accommodation in one of the hotel’s deluxe rooms and access to its spa and fitness club facilities.

Visitors seeking longer stays can experience a four-night stay featuring golf with buggies at Valderrama, San Roque (new course), Los Flamingos, Alcadeisa Links and Valle Romano, as well as the same hotel privileges from €995 per person (approximately £830) with the Golf on Top package.

Meanwhile, a Lifetime five-day break leads in at €1,232 per person (approximately £1,025), with four nights’ breakfast accommodation and a round of golf including buggies at Valderrama, Finca Cortesin, Sotogrande, La Reserve and San Roque’s Old Course. 

The hotel is located a 45-minute drive from Malaga airport and 30 minutes from Gibraltar. Guests will benefit from personalised packages and reduced prices at more than 20 golf venues.

The hotel offers 128 spacious rooms and 17 luxury suites, featuring terraces and balconies with garden or sea views.

For further details or to book email golf.estepona@kempinski.com or visit www.kempinski.com

 

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