By Euro Weekly News Media •
Published: 05 Feb 2019 • 18:48
MAX BEACH: Expected to open on Spain's Costa del Sol in April 2019. File image. Photo credit: Shutterstock
A POPULAR beach club on Spain’s Costa del Sol will reopen for the new holiday season under new management with a promise of lots of changes.
Max Beach located at Playa Riviera in the popular coastal holiday resort of Mijas Costa has been acquired by the Metro Grupo which is well-known for some of the best dining and socialising experiences in Marbella, Benalmadena, Puerto Banus and Puerto Cabopino on the Costa del Sol.
The new owners of the beach club, renowned for its stunning views, say you should expect a culinary delight curated by Executive Chef Lawrence Otterburn in conjunction with new Head Chef, Geoffrey Sacchi.
Large terraces with sunbeds and Balinese style beds surround a lovely 25-metre swimming pool. There will also be a concession of sunbeds on the sandy beach in front, served by Max Beach. It is the ideal venue for events of all sizes such as weddings and corporate functions, birthdays and anniversary parties.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, there will also be a sushi bar and cocktail bar and live entertainment from the coast’s favourite artists will also feature.
The owners have also announced the creation of Max Fitness, a brand-new gym on the upper level. Picture yourself working out while gazing across the Mediterranean waters.
Max Fitness, powered by Reebok Functional, will be run by local Fuengiroleño David Segorbe, World Powerlifting Champion and world record holder in deadweight. David is also a community figure supporting various charitable projects.
Expected to open in April 2019, Metro Grupo say the new Max Beach will be the crown in Mijas Costa’s culinary and entertainment lifestyle scene.
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