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Unforgettable golf in Sotogrande with a luxury five star stay

Golfers around the globe have the opportunity to indulge in the Sotogrande lifestyle with the introduction of an all-new ‘Stay & Play’ package that will allow guests to experience the world-class triumvirate of Real Club Valderrama, La Reserva Club Sotogrande and Real Club Sotogrande – while enjoying a luxurious stay at the brand-new five-star SO/ Sotogrande hotel. The new four-night package has been crafted to highlight the region’s premier golf offering, with rounds of golf at three of Spain’s finest courses all included. Guests will tread in the footsteps of some of the games’ greats as they tee it up at 1997 Ryder Cup host venue and Europe’s number one ranked course since the 1980s, Real Club Valderrama, as well as ARAMCO Series host, La Reserva Club, and the globally renowned Real Club Sotogrande. In addition to 54 holes of championship golf, guests will enjoy a number of exclusive services, including private transfer shuttles and TrackMan practice sessions with PGA qualified professionals. At La Reserva Club, each golfer will also receive a personal locker room containing a La Reserva Club and TaylorMade Golf goodie bag. There will be physio sessions available as well as an open bar for guests to enjoy food and drink during their visit. Away from the course, guests will be treated to four nights’ accommodation in the resplendent, five-star SO/ Sotogrande hotel. This brand-new hotel offers a spectacular setting, overlooking the foothills of Sotogrande and the Mediterranean Sea. A haven for relaxation, SO/ Sotogrande is also a gastronomic paradise, with restaurants and bars that offer innovative culinary delights in stylish, modern settings. At the southern tip of Europe, Sotogrande is one of the continent’s most desirable and distinctive destinations. Fusing Andalusian culture and history with a world-class lifestyle, the magic of Sotogrande lies in its unique mix of tranquillity, elegance, action, style, and serenity; all set within a spectacular location. Marc Topiol, Chairman of Sotogrande SA, commented: “We are delighted to be able to welcome visiting golfers to experience the Sotogrande lifestyle with our exciting new Stay & Play Package. “The golf offering in the region is absolutely first-class, and features courses that are not only some of the best in Spain, but some of the most revered in Europe. The on-course experience combined with a stay in the wonderful, new SO/ Sotogrande hotel is sure to leave guests with memories of Sotogrande that will last a lifetime.” To learn more about Sotogrande and this exciting Discover Package, please visit La Reserva’s website. Disclosure: This post is sponsored by La Reserva Club Sotogrande.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Telegraph.

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  1. One of the reasons that I play golf is that you get to play where the professionals play. Us amateurs don’t play cricket at Lords, football at Wembley or tennis at Wimbledon.

    It’s fantastic that as long as your game is up to a reasonable standard you can play on the same courses as the top professionals. For me that’s a real privilege.

    1. I’d never thought about it like that, Jeff, but you make a very good point!! I did once manage to play football at the pitch of the club I support (and in fact against a cup-winning side from 20 years earlier) but, since I support a non-league side, that’s hardly Wembley (or anything remotely close to it!).

  2. Having 54 holes is nice. Some of my mates like to go on holiday and play the same course again and again, shaving off shots day after day. I sort of get that but I enjoy seeing a different course everyday.

  3. Took a quick peak at this post whilst I’m getting myself organised for 18 at my muddy and wind blown golf club. I think I know where I’d rather be playing.

  4. As much as I love playing golf three rounds in three days would stress my body. Would I be able to get a massage to ease the aching calves and hamstrings?

  5. Valderrama is a spectacular course, but it is also very complicated, even for professionals. And the other two are also very good courses, one of the best in Spain. This option is great, although it should not be cheap

    1. Yes, I hear it’s a very challenging course, even for experienced golfers. But if you’re a good enough golfer, I guess a course to experience at least once…

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