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With over 30 years of experience, the Meliã Alicante has now established itself as one of the city’s most popular hotels. Perfectly located in the city centre of Costa Blanca’s capitol, the superb facilities and quality of service provide a great venue to accommodate guests wishing to travel to this part of the world and enjoy some sun, sea and golf.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
Opened in 1973, the Meliã Alicante has undergone several major renovations in order to produce what is now an excellent resort providing guests with everything to satisfy their holiday needs. Guests can enjoy some 544 spacious rooms all of which have a private terrace with views of the sea. The rooms also feature all the modern amenities and facilities that make a comfortable holiday experience, including individual temperature control, full private bathroom, satellite television, telephone and mini-bar. The rooms range from the classic double rooms to the luxurious 54 m2 suites decorated with tropical woods, as well as family rooms.
With more than 200 members of staff on hand, the Meliã Alicante place an importance on personal service and attention for all guests who travel to this resort. The Wellness Centre Alicante is attached to the hotel which features facilities such as a gym, sauna, steam bath, thermal springs and ice cabin to name a few.
The resort features excellent dining facilities including an outstanding breakfast buffet where guests eat surrounded by magnificently welcoming views of the sea. Guests can also breakfast in the Postiguet room which includes a variety of dishes, as well as show-cooking. Guests also have a number of options for dining in the evening, including luxury Mediterranean cuisine in the Terra Restaurant. During the summer there is also an impressive pool bar, providing a chilled-out atmosphere where guests can watch the sunset while relaxing by the outdoor pool, enjoying the panoramic view of Postiguet beach and the Paseo Maritimo. The city of Alicante has plenty to offer guests when venturing out of the resort with plenty of day and night time activities. The beach offers an array of water sports and the Alicante Marina with boat trips and yachts to hire. Swimming in history and culture, the city contains a number of fascinating monuments to explore and there are a host of lively local festivals throughout the summer to look out for. Furthermore, with a number of top class golf courses nearby, this hotel really is the perfect location to accommodate a golf break.
The hotel also offers discounted green fees and tee time reservations at a variety of golf courses in the surrounding area and is the perfect resort for those looking for a golf holiday in a bustling destination with plenty to offer.
Measuring 6,973 yards from the championship tee boxes, the course can be viewed as two distinct nine hole loops; the opening half is probably the more forgiving - although there are water hazards to be avoided, sound strategy and accurate driving should yield birdie chances. The closing stretch however is more exacting, particularly the final three holes, which are more exposed to the coastal winds and demand powerful and precise ball-striking.
Bordered by pine, olive, carob and palm trees, the setting is delightful, and the course is no less impressive. The front nine features wide fairways and is the best chance of good scoring, as the more challenging holes undoubtedly belong to the closing stretch.