Hilton has unveiled its newest property in Malaga, Spain. The Higueron Hotel Malaga, Curio Collection by Hilton, has 177 guest rooms, Malaga’s only sustainable Michelin-starred restaurant and views of the Mediterranean Sea.
“Malaga is one of Europe’s most popular destinations, with 12.5m tourists flocking to its sunny shores last year,” said Simon Vincent, President, EMEA, Hilton. “With €1 in every €7 generated from travel and tourism in Spain, we are excited to expand our portfolio by 50% in the next three to five years.”
Boasting the largest conference centre in the region, spanning 2,255sqm with six intimate meeting rooms and holding up to 1,000 attendees, the hotel is the ideal backdrop for any event, from cocktail receptions to conferences and weddings.
To reflect the vibrant art scene of Malaga, the hotel features two art exhibits showcasing the best of local and international artists, including paintings from Lita Cabellut and sculptures from Francisco Leiro.
“Higueron Hotel Malaga is the latest hotspot in the beautiful Costa del Sol, offering a truly unique experience to wind down and explore everything this remarkable location has to offer,” said Mark Nogal, global head, Curio Collection by Hilton. “As we continue to expand our one-of-a-kind collection of hotels to new and exciting destinations, we are thrilled to have opened in the charming city of Malaga, offering guests and locals alike unrivalled dining, spa and meetings experiences.”
The hotel is located 12km from Malaga-Costa del Sol International Airport, which operates extensive routes to key destinations such as France, the United Kingdom and, most recently, the United Arab Emirates. The property is also close to highways that link Malaga to the sought-after destinations of Marbella and Puerto Banus, making it very easily accessible.