The hotel located on the Chiclana coastline, Cádiz, has updated its image with a full refurbishment.
We are going to tell you the story of the Hipotels Barrosa Park, considered the jewel in the crown of the Hipotels complex in Andalusia. We are not at all surprised that Juan Llull fell in love with Playa la Barrosa as soon as he saw it. Way back in 1989 Hipotels expansion in Andalusia started with the construction of the Hipotels Playa la Barrosa, a hotel that was also completely refurbished a few years ago. In 1997 the founder of Hipotels decided to continue investing in the Cadiz coastline and began to build the Hipotels Barrosa Park.
A modern refurbishment overlooking the beach
In over twenty years since it was built, thousands of tourists have stayed at the hotel and enjoyed a holiday at the beach with the spectacular sunsets and impeccable service, and it's not just us saying it, this is backed up by the reviews from our guests and the awards we have been presented with.
Open all year round, the Hipotels Barrosa Park is the hotel with the greatest capacity in the Chiclana complex and it deserved a change that would bring it bang up to date. The refurbishment has modernised the facilities and allowed even more natural light to enter the complex, creating a lovely warm ambience. It has also been fully adapted for guests with reduced mobility.
The tides and magical sunsets in Cádiz
The sunshine of Costa de la Luz invades the rooms at the Hipotels Barrosa Park and, in the late evening, they enjoy a wonderful violet and orange light, an inspiration for everyone who loves beautiful things. Magical rays of light that are the perfect accompaniment to a cocktail at the Pure Beach Club at Playa la Barrosa, with the sound of the waves in the background as the tide comes in.
And although many things have changed: the pools, the rooms, the pool bar, the dining room... the sunset hasn't changed, it's still as spectacular as always. This is one of the best souvenirs that you can take from this southern region: yellow, orange, red, violet, dark blue and almost black. Because it's true, Andalusia has a particularly special colour. Do you want to experience it?
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