Sleep in Sotogrande

Sleep in Sotogrande

Sotogrande belongs to the municipality of San Roque. Nowadays it is one of the most luxurious residential areas of Andalusia, even in Spain. It highlights some important sports facilities such as its marina, five major golf courses, including the Valderrama Golf Course, which is the headquarters of the Ryder Cup. It also has clubs where polo and sailing competitions are held, like the International Polo Tournament, for example. If you are looking for accommodation to sleep in Sotogrande, we leave below a couple of suggestions so you can find which one best suits your needs.

Dónde dormir en Sotogrande
Dónde dormir en Sotogrande
San Roque

One of the accommodations that we like to sleep in Sotogrande is the Almenara Hotel. The hotel has a golf course, spa and pool. The Almenara rooms are quite spacious. The breakfast is abundant in quality and quantity, because they replenish it constantly. If you practice golf, this accommodation will please you as its course has 3 combinations of 18 holes.

The Maritime Club of Sotogrande has four stars. It is a place that has properly equipped and decorated rooms, some of them with the bathtub integrated into the room, something that gives a feeling of greater spaciousness and even comfort. A brunch breakfast is served, but you can also enjoy private meals, going to the hotel room service or booking a section in one of the restaurants. With your stay at the hotel, you can enjoy special prices for the port gym, passes for beach clubs and you can also choose to go on excursions. The hotel offers babysitting service.

NH Sotogrande
Club marítimo de Sotogrande

If you are looking for accommodation in the surroundings of Sotogrande in order to know the area better, we recommend you to stay in Castellar de la Frontera. The Almoraima Hotel is located in a former convent 5 centuries old. Its rooms are elegant and quiet, the rooms are decorated with great taste and modern and refined style. It has a central courtyard with a fountain where meals are sometimes served.

NH Almenara

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