The municipal technicians of the Mijas Town Hall have visited this Wednesday the works of Comprehensive remodeling of the old Byblos hotel to check the infrastructures adhere to the project, which is in its final stretch, and which will open like the five stars Grand Luxury ‘La Zambra’as reported by the Councilor for Tourism, José Carlos Martín.
This was highlighted by the municipal official during the visit, where he was accompanied by the Councilor for Urban Planning and Industry, Andrés Ruiz, pointing out that the project will once again “put on the map one of the most distinguished establishments glamor and European luxury with the consequent tourism that is linked to this segment”.
“The works have entered their final stretch and soon we will have this reference accommodation on the Costa del Sol, a five-star Grand Luxury that comes to add a new incentive to the hotel industry of the town”, declared the person in charge.
For his part, Ruiz stressed that “the municipal technicians are checking that all the infrastructures adhere to the project, so we are working parallel to the works to have all the bureaucracy ready as soon as possible for this new economic shock to get underway”.
Thus, the project has meant a deep renovation of this accommodation icon of the Costa del Sol for decades, and both the facade as the most characteristic elements of it have been restored and are maintained.
This property renamed as ‘La Zambra ‘, will generate in Mijas around 200 direct jobsas well as all the indirect ones that are linked to this type of business.
The hotel will have about 200 rooms and with a wide range of services such as a spa, swimming pools, a wellness center, as well as a wide variety of cuisine. The project directly targets one of the main objectives of the Costa del Sol, deseasonalize tourism in the area thanks to the golf courses.
The Byblos hotel has been known worldwide, especially in the 90s, for receiving illustrious guests such as be Lady Diana of Wales, Julio Iglesias, Antonio Banderas or the Rolling Stones in addition to members of royalty and the international aristocracy.