Hotel La Manga Principe Felipe hotel information
This magnificent 5* resort can be found in a captivating location at the heart of La Manga Club - arguably one of the best golf resorts in Europe. It offers 192 beautifully designed guest rooms with stunning golf or pool views. Each room includes individually controlled air conditioning; satellite TV with on-demand movies, a games console, marble bathrooms and the majority have French windows which open onto balconies.
La Manga has an impressive 10 restaurants in and around the resort made available to all guests. Amapola is Principe Felipe’s signature restaurant and serves Mediterranean cuisine, with stunning terrace views over the golf course. Situated by the tennis courts, Meat Point delivers a wide range of barbequed meats with live music and an exciting atmosphere.
Located 5 minutes from the main hotel, the Asia restaurant serves south-east Asian cuisine with the option of eating on a gorgeous terrace during the summer months. 10 minutes south of the hotel, guests will also have the opportunity to enjoy tapas and fine wine at La Bodega to indulge in the Spanish lifestyle
If it’s fresh fish and seafood that you are after, then restaurant La Cala is the place for you. Despite being a 10 minute drive from the main resort, this restaurant has delicious food and breath taking views of the Mediterranean, making the journey well worth it.
At Luigi’s, guests will also have the option to enjoy pizzas, pastas and other Italian specialities. This restaurant can be found within the resort at Las Lomas Village, just a short walk away from Principe Felipe. Also located in Las Lomas, Dharma serves traditional Indian dishes and has a stylish terrace with stunning views over Murcia.
Open seasonally, Sol y Sombra overlooks the hotel swimming pool and serves a collection of grilled meats, salads and sandwiches, as well as other various snacks. To experience a taste of the USA, Uncle Sam’s is an American style diner with a choice of burgers, ribs and steaks. Last but not least we have La Princesa. Suitable for light snacks and a sit down lunch, this restaurant specialises in matured steaks and is located on a terrace beside the west course.
In addition to the collection of restaurants, La Manga Club also has 4 cafés and 4 bars to choose from, leaving guests truly spoilt for choice. Mulligan’s Pub and Beer Garden has live coverage of all the major sporting events, and offers a wide selection of beers and snacks. If you would also like to enjoy a good atmosphere and live music then The Piano Lounge Bar is perfect - situated within the hotel. Other bars include Hotel Principe Felipe’s Lobby Bar and Splash at the Tennis Centre.
Although there are no café’s located within the actual hotel - within a short walk guests can experience either the Deli-Café or La Pergola, or alternatively visit Bar 37 in the golf clubhouse and Tie Break at the Tennis Centre.
On the resort, La Manga Club offers a wealth of different sporting activities and opportunities. With the prospects of football, cricket, rugby, tennis, lacrosse, netball, horse riding, gaelic football and snorkelling, this complex is so much more than just a golf resort. In addition to the many sporting opportunities, La Manga also offers various junior sports academies and The David Leadbetter Golf Academy, allowing golfers to learn about the game and improve their swing.
With more than 50 different treatment rooms, the spa facilities at La Manga Club are second to none. When staying on the resort guests can experience a range of different spa packages to include massages, body treatments and facials, amongst many more. There is also a fitness centre onsite with a 25 metre swimming pool, gym and a range of fitness classes to ensure that guests can maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Things to see and do
Outside of the complex guests are within a short journey of both the City of Murcia and Cartagena - two cities which will allow visitors to truly explore Spanish history and culture. Murcia has a large selection of old churches to visit including the Murcia Cathedral, the city’s most treasured monument. Cartagena has one of the most significant ports in Spain due to its unique location. With various ruins, castles and churches, exploring the history of this beloved Spanish city is well worthwhile.
Other activities in the local area include water sports, soaking up the sun at the many beaches, horse riding, seeing the local markets, going to Aquopolis Water Park and even visiting Terra Natura Wildlife Park.
Our view of Hotel La Manga Principe Felipe
If you’re looking for 5* luxury, both on and off the golf course, then look no further than the La Manga Golf Resort. Its vast options of sport, dining and activities make this the perfect venue for people eyeing up golf holidays in Spain.