By Euro Weekly News Media • 29 January 2013 • 8:30
Plans for Miramar Palace in Malaga.
PLANS for a luxury hotel in Malaga are reportedly back on track.
According to a local Spanish daily, the owners of the Miramar Palace in Malaga, hotel chain Hoteles Santos, are planning to start work on it before the end of the year.
It was purchased at auction in 2008 for €21.5 million and the plan is to reopen it in 2015.
The first step was to present the project to Malaga City Council, and then request building licenses from the Council and the Junta de Andalucia Department for Culture as it is a protected building.
The project is estimated at up to €40 million which includes restoring it to its original appearance, with the elements which were removed in the late seventies to house the Provincial Court.
There are plans for 191 double rooms, nine suites and 14 junior suites, as well as more than 9,000m2 of gardens, a heated pool and parking for 109 vehicles.
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