The City Council of marbella has approved urban planning licenses for a value of 33.5 million euros, among which the permit for the execution project of renovation of the old hotel H10 Andalucía Plazawhich will become the future Hard Rock, as reported on Monday by the municipal spokesman, Félix Romero.
This was highlighted by the municipal official at a press conference after the Local Government Board, where he highlighted the “economic movement and the urban turn of the city”.
Romero has detailed that in the municipal management body the license for “the reform execution project of the hotel and three swimming pools for community use” of the Andalucía Plaza hotel -which will be the future Hard Rock-, which shows “to what extent the strength of Marbella as a destination is increased”, as well as “the offer of services that the city”.
In this way, the municipal official has indicated that after this procedure “works can start and start working” on the reform of the tourist establishment, located in the district of Nueva Andalucía, and which will maintain a 4-star category.
The municipal spokesman has indicated that “the project is very broad, it will entail a total change of the property and will touch from the kitchens to the rooms”, pointing out that the total amount of the material execution budget of the action to be carried out amounts to “2,782,152.50 euros”, on a plot of land for hotel use that houses an area of ”30,007.97 square meters”.
As for the execution period of the reform, Romero pointed out that the forecast “for the beginning of a year and for the end of 3 years”, highlighting “the entity’s desire to start the works as soon as possible”.
In this sense, he has assessed that the investment destined to reform the old tourist establishment “will make the most attractive hotel offer in Marbella and will indirectly generate many benefits for the community” with a new brand to manage the 4-star hotel.
On the other hand, Romero has indicated that “a license for 96 homes in 12 buildings multi-family semi-detached houses with apartments in the Los Monteros area”, whose budget for material execution amounts to 25,820,609 euros.
In addition, the Governing Board has gone ahead with permission to “up to 13 single-family homes with an investment of almost 5 million euros by families who decide to invest in new properties in our municipality”.