The Mayor of Salobreña, María Eugenia Rufino, during her visit to the Madrid Tourist Fair, had chat with the owner of the hotel chain Viva Hotels.
This Mallorca-based hotel chain is the owner of two hotel plots on the TH-1 in Salobreña and as a result of the chat the Mayor announced that one of the hotels could be up and running in about a year.
But she also had a chat with with two other hotel-chain representatives for Barceló and Robinson, who have expressed interest over the two remaining hotel plots on the said beach.
The first of the said hotel projects has already been drawn up, although there are some points concerning their visual impact that need to be ironed out. Once that is done then it is just a case of sending the project to the Regional Cultural Department for final approval.
If all goes well and Cultura doesn’t dilly-dally and gives its approval, then the hotel chain can present the formal project to the Town Hall, which, says the Mayor, will give the project the highest approval so that within a year, the hotel could be nearing completion.
In her opinion, the fact that the plots have already been prepared; i.e., roads, electricity, sewage and mains water, makes them much more attractive to possible takers in the hotel-chain sector.
(News: Salobrena, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)