The Local Government Board of the Municipality of Marbella has given this Tuesday the approval to the environmental qualification license that will allow the inauguration of the new hotel Club Med Magna Marbella in the middle of this month of May, as announced on Tuesday by the municipal spokesman, Félix Romero.
The mayor has stated that the reopening of the old Don Miguel “it is great news for the city” and that “its success will be that of our tourism industry”, while emphasizing that it is a “first-class infrastructure that has generated more than 600 direct and indirect jobs”.
Romero explained that this report, which verifies that the remodeling work has complied with all safety and legality criteria, is a mandatory procedure together with another series of documentation related to sanitary parameters or fire prevention and extinction.
The municipal official has recalled that “in the past we experienced a very complicated situation with the closure of large first class hotels of the city and see how resurface is a reason for satisfaction and a circumstance that makes us look to the future with confidence, optimism and joy”.
At this point, it has influenced the characteristics of the new establishmentwhich occupies a plot of 140,000 square meters and will have 490 rooms and capacity for a thousand people. In addition, he has detailed that the complex will have 5 swimming pools, 10 tennis courts, 5 paddle tennis courts or 14 conference rooms, one of them for a thousand attendees.
In another order of things, in today’s session a further step has been taken in the process of occupying the land where the future bus interchange in San Pedro Alcántaraa soil remembered by the direct occupation by the City Council in November last year.
Romero has clarified that it has been modified, within the list of affected owners, a mortgage burden that weighed on one of the floors “To fulfill our obligation to totally and absolutely purge the plots and to be able to make them available to the Junta de Andalucía as soon as possible”.
In this sense, the councilor has elaborated that the facilities, which will be built in the area known as ‘El Cielo’ on land with a area of 8,148 square metersthey will have a budget that can reach up to one million euros and will serve 85,000 travelers a year.
“It is a piece of equipment that ultimately is a fundamental necessity for San Pedro, and that it will be solved and guaranteed thanks to that good relationship that this City Council maintains with the Andalusian Government”, remarked the mayor.