Sheraton Salobre sees business boom

The five-star Sheraton Salobre Golf Resort & Spa has reported a 35 per cent increase in players staying in its hotel and 15 per cent more golfers using the resort on the corresponding period twelve months ago. In addition to the only 36-hole golf complex in the Canary Islands, Salobre has first-class practice area and a new club-fitting and performance centre complementing its two championship courses.

Opened in 2006, the resort offers choice for golfers and non-golfers alike with 313 rooms, four restaurants, two bars, a state-of-the-art luxury Aloe Spa, fully equipped gym and seven outdoor pools. Salobre’s South Course has been designed by Roland Favre to offer visitors views of the sea and mountains with a varied and fun layout for golfers of all levels. In contrast, the resort’s North Course designed by architect Ron Kirby, takes inspiration from the desert courses in America and provides a new challenge as it winds its way through and around the unique volcanic rock environment.

Urs Röhrig, commercial director at Sheraton Salobre said, “We have had an extremely busy winter, welcoming hundreds of golfers to the island. Gran Canaria is a perfect year-round destination and offers great value winter sun and affordable summer golf holidays – with this summer 2014 also set to be our busiest yet.”

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