Hilton’s most luxurious hotel on the Costa reopens with 113 new suites

Despite the challenges posed by the coronavirus crisis, the Higuerón Hotel Málaga Curio Collection by Hilton is set to reopen on June 26th with renewed confidence in its product and destination. This reopening comes after a comprehensive improvement and expansion project that cost 25 million euros over the past two years, culminating in the addition of a new tower containing 113 premium suites. Notably, it is the first hotel in Spain to announce its reopening post-pandemic.

José Navas, the director of this luxurious Hilton property on the Costa del Sol, is optimistic about the industry’s recovery. He has seen clients reconfirming their bookings and receiving requests for new ones. Navas believes that tourism will likely be functioning well by the second half of July, especially if airlines maintain their previous capacity and prices.

The hotel has undergone a significant expansion, increasing its room count from 177 to 290, with the addition of the 113 premium suites. These suites, including 16 in duplex style, offer travelers a spacious 87 square meters of accommodation with stunning Mediterranean views, private jacuzzis on each roof terrace, Balinese beds, and solariums.

Aside from luxurious accommodation, the Higuerón Hotel Málaga Curio Collection also caters to art enthusiasts, boasting its own collection of works by renowned artists such as Lita Cabellut, Manuel Rivera, José María Sicilia, and Enrique Brinkmann, along with temporary exhibitions. Furthermore, the hotel’s seven restaurants, one of which is run by Michelin-starred chef Diego Gallegos, aim to delight gastronomy enthusiasts and offer a memorable culinary experience.

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