Annemie from our golf and leisure department arrived to Zandvoort late last night, and will today be attending the Dutch KLM Open, she will be sharing a stand with the Andalucian Tourist Board.
Boyd’s fitness centre at Sunset Beach Club was recently refurbished and now offers a spacious air conditioned exercise room. Spinning classes take place on various days through the week and are included in the small fee that can be paid on entrance.
Starting last night, Malaga feria is now well underway! With bustling streets, colourful costumes and plenty of people, why not get the train or bus to Malaga centre and enjoy a day or night of Spanish fun!
Why not relax by the sea at our all new Bar Salitos…Inspired by the Tequila tasting beer, Bar Salitos is the ultimate chill out spot from early afternoon right through until the early hours of the morning! Located by the sea infront of Sunset Beach Club hotel, the hottest hangout in Benalmadena!
You can now enjoy mouth-watering, delicious, freshly made noodles at our Tikki Chillout Lounge Bar. Located by the pool, Tikki Lounge is already a popular addition to the hotel resort, and the delicious noodles are a favourite with guests.
Another one of the Spanish Summer holidays will take place on the Costa del Sol this week. Thursday 16th of July is the official holiday for Día de Nuestra Señora del Carmen, however the festivities of Virgen del Carmen are celebrated on the night of the 15th July, where the virgen is carried through the towns of Benalmadena, Fuengirola and many others and then sent out to sea with a parade of fishing boats.
I have just printed off Lorna & Dereks’s personalized wedding menus and set them out on the tables up in our Sala Malaga. The couple will be getting married later on today and then returning to the hotel to celebrate their wedding reception later on it the evening. On behalf of all of the staff here at Sunset Beach Club, we would like to wish them all the best!
Tomorrow night, 23rd June 2009 “Noche de San Juan” will be celebrated! Starting when the sun goes down, everybody will head to the beach for fireworks, bonfires and barbeques. The tradition is to jump over the bonfire and run into the sea at midnight, to cleanse your sins, so why not join the locals for the biggest beach party of the year!