Suite Novotel opens its first hotel in Spain
Monday 4, April 2011
Malaga is a city of art and a major tourist destination in Andalusia, located in the south of Spain, which has enjoyed ongoing development in recent years.
Suite Novotel has just opened its first hotel in Spain in the heart of Malaga’s historic city centre, a few cable lengths from the liveliest districts.
The hotel is ideally situated, just a few steps from Plaza de la Constitution, the Picasso Museum (the painter was a native of Malaga) and the cathedral, allowing the brand new Suite Novotel Malaga, equipped with the new Suite, to attract customers planning on medium-length stays.
Contrary to traditional hotel concepts, the brand offers guests an unusual experience, inviting them to appropriate the spaces that make up each of its hotels. With fully modular, 30-square-metre Suites, the hotel lends itself to relaxation as well as work in a subtle blend of elegance, design and functionality.
The Suite Novotel network has been especially innovative in its field, multiplying the services offered to guests (original foodservices, fitness centres, vehicle hire, multimedia packages, etc.). With 28 hotels in 8 countries, the brand is pursuing its dynamic growth, particularly in the centre of large European cities. Next September, the brand will be opening its eighth hotel in the Paris area: le Suite Novotel Paris Issy-Les-Moulineaux.
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