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campaigns, an online campaign and sport
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icons no...
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  1. 1. November 2010 · www.hosteltur.com
  2. 2. www.spain.info *Cashorcardbutalwayswithasmile
  3. 3. HOSTELTUR, the WTM’s new media partner H osteltur, Spain’s leading communication medium in professional tourism information, is premiering its role as the World Travel Market’s media partner this year. For professionals working in the tourism sector in Spain and an increasing number of readers in the Americas, Hosteltur has long been a media frame of reference. The online newsletter registers about 300,000 individual readers, while the monthly maga- zine has an audited circulation of 15,000. As the WTM’s media partner, Hosteltur has participated this year as a jury member for the prestigious awards distributed during the fair by selecting a deserving Spanish company. In 2010, we consider that the Spanish airline Iberia is worthy of the WTM award thanks to its on-going commitment to sustainability and global networking interconnections. In this sense, Iberia has been selected for the fifth consecutive year to be included on the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes, which includes a total of 318 companies quoted on the Stock Exchange, of which only 11 are in the travel and leisure category. Iberia has further strengthened its position as the leading airline between Europe and Latin America and its forthcoming merger with British Airways will create one of the largest airline groups in the world, with the capacity to transport its passengers to all corners of the planet. We here at Hosteltur offer our congratulations to such a high-flying Spanish company and from our excellent vantage point at the WTM, hope to continue to inform our readers about the most relevant facts and trends that will be shaping this exciting industry in upcoming years. PRESIDENT EDITOR: Joaquín Molina García-Muñoz editor@hosteltur.com EDITOR: Manuel Molina Espinosa director@hosteltur.com EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT: EDITOR IN CHIEF: Esther Mascaró redactorjefe@hosteltur.com Hotels: Araceli Guede hoteles@hosteltur.com Agencies and Tour Operators: José Manuel de la Rosa, Ángeles Vargas agencias@hosteltur.com Transports: Diana Ramón transportes@hosteltur.com Economy and Actuality: Xavier Canalis actualidad@hosteltur.com DELEGATIONS: Madrid: José Manuel de la Rosa · redaccionmadrid@hosteltur.com · Tel.: 671 67 11 01 Araceli Guede · hoteles@hosteltur.com Barcelona: Iván Vega · redaccionbarcelona@hosteltur.com · Tel.: 93-4731693 Xavier Canalis · xavier.canalis@hosteltur.com Andalusía: Ángeles Vargas · angeles.vargas@hosteltur.com Cuba: María Eugenia Cobas · comerhost@ceniai.inf.cu DIGITAL Ángeles Vargas · angeles.vargas@hosteltur.com Magdalena Camps · magdalena.camps@hosteltur.com ADVERTISING Director: Carlos Hernández · publicidad@hosteltur.com Madrid: Juan Carlos Martín · juancarlos.martin@hosteltur.com Tels.: 647 45 75 75 · 91 366 25 37 Barcelona: Iván Vega · publicidadbarcelona@hosteltur.com · Tel.: 93-4731693 DESIGN David Molina · david.molina@hosteltur.com PHOTOGRAPHS: Archivo Hosteltur PRINTING: Ingrama, S.A. SUSCRIPTIONS: Hosteltur: suscripcionimpresa@hosteltur.com Diario Turístico Digital: suscripciondigital@hosteltur.com EDITED BY: Ideas y Publicidad de Baleares, S.L. Joan Miró, 79 · 07015 Palma de Mallorca - Baleares Teléfono: 971 732073 · Fax: 971 737512 www.hosteltur.com · hosteltur@hosteltur.com Depósito legal: PM298-1994 Publicación miembro de la STAFF Asociación de Prensa Profesional EDITORIAL E HOTELS > 10 TRANSPORTS > 20 GOLF > 24 CONGRESS > 32 BALEARIC ISLANDS > 38 ANDALUSÍA >44 CANARY ISLANDS > 46 CATALONIA > 52 LEVANTE > 54 CUBA > 56 Special WTM · November 2010 3
  4. 4. 4 Special WTM · November 2010 S pain awaits you with unforgettable moments. This is the focus of the new strategy for its tourism offering: holi- days with new experiences. Today’s trave- llers wish to make better use of their leisure time and escape their everyday routine with new experiences. And this is what Spain offers. In this special edition of HOSTELTUR for the 2010 WTM, you will find a sampling of the country’s tourism proposals. 2010 was not an easy year for tourism in Spain and travel conditions from the UK to the country were especially precarious: the devaluation of the pound against the euro, the volcanic cloud in spring, the economic crisis in general and miscellaneous other contretemps. However, the figures for British tourism showed a recovery during the year, to the point of increasing slightly in the sum- mer of 2010. Better than 2009 This has been confirmed by the Spanish Tourism Office in London: “Despite the cur- rent economic uncertainty, we have noticed a spike in late bookings, which makes our outlook more positive. Growth is higher in independent travel and destinations such as Ibiza, the Canary Islands and the north. Spain’s image is excellent and it is no longer perceived as just a sun and sand destination. The repetition factor is 90%. “ The ABTA Travel Association agrees with this assessment: “So far business to Spain has been slightly better than in 2009 but business was undoubtedly negatively af- fected by the impact of the Icelandic volcanic ash cloud in April.” In 2009, a total of 52.2 million interna- tional tourists visited Spain (down 8.7% from the year before), 13.3 million of whom were British visitors - 2.5 million fewer than in Spain offers new experiences all year round Green hills and a sparkling blue sea. Flamenco and classical music. Historic buildings and modern hotels. Quiet villages and bustling capitals. Varied cocktails and a wide range of wines. Donkey carts and fast cars. Hot springs and cool waves. Spanish tradition and international lifestyle. Business and leisure. Sport and relaxation. Beach and city. All this is Spain. And much more. Percentage of international tourists in Spain, January-August 2010 Source: Instituto de Estudios Turísticos www.iet.tourspain.es
  5. 5. Special WTM · November 2010 5 2008. Conversely, the downward trend was reversed in 2010 and the market is show- ing signs of recovery. In August (the latest data available from the Institute of Tour- ism Studies at press time), the number of international visitors had risen by 4% and between January and August 2010, there were 0.4% more foreign tourists, a low, yet “Spain is still the UK’s favourite overseas destination” T he Travel Association ABTA has 1,500 members with over 5,000 branches and its members sell over 90% of all foreign package tours in the UK as well as millions of independent holiday arrangements. What better source to ascertain the trends of British visitors? ABTA affirms that “Spain is still the UK’s favourite overseas destination and offers a wide-ranging, high quality product”. British tourists’ favourite Spanish destinations are the Balearic and Canary Islands, Costa del Sol, Costa Brava and Costa Dorada; Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia top the list for city breaks. ABTA observes that “Spain is clearly more popular in the summer months, but it has also traditionally attracted UK visitors in the winter months, particularly the Canary Islands. There is scope for growth with city breaks, in particular in southern Spain.” The country offers such a varied product that it attracts and satisfies all tastes: “With UK visitor numbers averaging over 13 million, Spain attracts a wide cross-section of the British public, from the youngest to the oldest and the poorest to the richest”, although ABTA warns that “Spain has become relatively expensive in the last few years, although Spanish hoteliers have gone a long way to lowering their prices. They should resist the immediate temptation to raise prices when bookings improve”. Nevertheless, ABTA tour operators “have welcomed the positive response of Span- ish accommodation providers in providing more all-inclusive offers and generally being realistic about prices. Together with a reduction in general day to day expense, this has gone a long way to restore Spain’s reputation as a good value for money destination after the fall of sterling against the euro”, highlights ABTA’s spokesperson, who warns that “next year we will see the impact of the new Government’s spending cuts, which could have a negative effect on bookings.” Source: Instituto de Estudios Turísticos www.iet.tourspain.es International visitors in Spain, January-August 2010 Total 37,029,975 (+0.4%) United Kingdom 8,709,954 (- 7.6) France 6,136,712 (+2%) Germany 6,063,420 (-3%) Italy 2,458,537 (+8.9%) Netherlands 1,640,627 (+7.8%) Nordic countries 2,314,120 (+2%) Portugal 1,297,450 (-11.3) Belgium 1,147,609 (-0.9) Ireland 853,058 (-21.7) Switzerland 788,387 (-2.5) Rest of Europe 2,715,493 (+29.1) US 694,066 (-5.6) Rest of America 995,313 (+4.9) Rest of the World 1,215,232 (+44.5)
  6. 6. positive figure. After 25 consecutive months of decline, British tourism began to pick up again in July with +1%, followed by 0.3% in August. Although the cumulative figure for January- August continued to show a decrease of 7.6% in the number of British visitors, book- ings have improved. From Spain to the heart of the United Kingdom T he Spanish Tourism Office in London is enthusiastically and ingeniously engaged in promoting Spain and its regions as a travel destination for the British. It organises many events and cam- paigns to heighten brand awareness of the country, such as the recent promotion at Harrods, where a Spanish ambiance pre- vailed throughout the month of October. Haute Spanish cuisine could also be sam- pled in October at the Wallace Collection, where the Tourism Office and the Basque Country presented a sampling of the high- lights of the latter’s Michelin cuisine. This year, Regent Street once again hosted A TASTE OF SPAIN, an initiative organised in collaboration with the Regent Street Association and Crown Estate. This event was also replicated in Edinburgh and for the first time, in Liverpool. “Our role is to reach the industry and direct consumers alike to present the wide range of actions that promote and sell Spain. We are backing presentations, exhibitions, sponsorships, conferences, festivals and other events,” affirms Ignacio Vasallo, director of the London office. “This office’s working philosophy is that Spain should remain the top tourist desti- nation for Britons, reminding them of the vast and varied tourism our country offers.” Aside from organising colourful events, the director highlights “this office’s on-going relations with the industry press, travel agents, tour operators, direct consumers and other companies offering tourism serv- ices. Thus, the Tourism Office is strength- ening trade links and promoting on-going collaboration with the specialised media in the sector. It should be noted that it has also promoted many initiatives in the shape of major conferences and conventions that have chosen Spain as their venue.” Source: Instituto de Estudios Turísticos www.iet.tourspain.es Spanish regions by international visitors, January-August 2010 6 Special WTM · November 2010
  7. 7. T urespaña’s new marketing and branding strategy, which aims to make Spain the leader in promotion with more effectiveness and efficien- cy, is oriented toward the final customer and based on the culture of innovation. The primary goal is to turn Spain into a brand that immediately brings to the ge- neral public’s mind connotations such as experiential, global or aspirational. This marketing strategy distinguishes between two major target groups: mature European markets and emerging markets. In mature markets such as the UK, the strategy takes into account that travellers are generally familiar with the Spain des- tination, which is why their attention must be drawn to new, unknown aspects. In this sense, Turespaña is working on an image line and launching a differentiation campaign that focuses on the aspects that make Spain different from competing des- tinations, particularly the lifestyle aspect that characterises the country. The emerging market strategy focuses on the product line through a product seg- mentation campaign and the proposal to rediscover Spain through experiences. A segmented offer There are a multitude of experiences, because Spain has much to offer for all interests and ages: from sun and sand tourism, a product that targets families, couples without children, seniors and young people, to the wellness offer, mee- tings segment, gay tourism and soft cul- tural tourism, including urban or nightlife tourism, among other products. There is also a “hard” cultural tourism offer made up of art offerings, museums, exhibitions and festivals. Special attention is also be- ing paid to products of special interest, which include language tourism for lear- ning Spanish, visits of religious interest and shopping, an aspect with many pos- sibilities in Spain’s different cities. This is closely related to the cuisine segment, which ranges from tapas to haute cuisi- ne. Tourists can also find a wide array of sports in Spain, such as golf, sailing and many more, in addition to the sporting events held in the country all year round. However, adventure sports belong to the nature tourism segment, which encom- passes nature in general and the nume- rous national and nature parks. Lastly, there are specific brands, many of which are related to the above-mentioned seg- ments, such as the Way of St. James, Heritage Cities, Green Spain or the Para- dors network. Promotional offensive So that this broad offering reaches the final public, Turespaña has been laun- ching campaigns in traditional media, mainly television, that showcase parti- cular products, such as the Way of St. James, sun and beach for youngsters and families, nightlife, shopping, cuisine and the combination of golf and busi- ness, allowing a comprehensive picture of Spain’s tourism offer. The actions planned for the new mar- keting strategy also include co-marketing Positioning Spain as a brand of its own that evokes connotations of a unique, experiential and aspirational destination, a global leader in the travel segment. This is the overriding objective of the new marketing strategy of the Tourism Institute of Spain (Turespaña), which is based on media campaigns, sport marketing and co-marketing campaigns that place great importance above all on new technologies and a presence in social networks. Turespaña’s new marketing strategy Everyone realises it: “I need Spain” PR 8 Special WTM · November 2010
  8. 8. campaigns, an online campaign and sport marketing. Spain’s numerous top athle- tes, some of whom have become true icons not only in the world of sport, but in society in general, are also being used as brand ambassadors in sport marketing. In particular, Turespaña has concluded four agreements to this effect. Under the slogan “We brought the lads from sunny Spain ... now pack your case, escape the rain!”, Liverpool FC, which features the top players on the Spanish national team and world champions Fernando Torres and Pepe Reina, will be promoting the Vi- sit Spain brand in the realm of tourism and sports until the 2012 season. Visit Spain is also present in major Moto GP compe- titions and will be sponsoring the Spanish national basketball team between 2010 and 2014, as well as the World Basketball Championship, which is to be held in Spain in 2014. There is also a promotional agreement in place with the Royal Spanish Soccer Federation. Spain online A major part of Spain’s new marketing strategy is the presence of online media, which are growing in importance. In this sense, Spain has decisively entered the social networks and offers a comprehen- sive tourist information system on the new www.spain.info website and an iPhone application. With the slogan “Spain, a country to share”, Spain has been entering social networks such as Facebook and Twitter to achieve participation and generate con- tents through apps such as “España es así” and “The Best Feeling Ever.” It has also created a fan page on Facebook, a microsite with specific content about the destination, and has a channel of its own on YouTube. The information on the new version of Spain’s official website www.spain.info is broken down into five main areas: Come (tourist destinations), Discover (cultural content), Enjoy (activities, sports, nature ...) Taste (cuisine) and Experience (agen- da, events, parties, exhibitions ...), in addition to a trip planning tool. This website, available in five langua- ges, has more than 400,000 pages of content that can be shared through Fa- cebook and Flicker etc.. The content covers not only national information, but also the country’s many municipalities and regions. There are also microsites for tourist brands. A Spain application has also been created for iPhones: i-Spain. This tool is a big hit; in fact, three days after its launch, it had already reached the top ten free apps in the travel category, in terms of downloads. The new campaign also includes spe- cial actions, all aimed at raising consumer awareness of the Spain brand. There are videos with world-famous Spanish celebri- ties who wish to collaborate in promoting their country as the best travel destination. Furthermore, street marketing campaigns have been organised to “Welcome” poten- tial visitors to Spain in their own countries and communicate the country’s lifestyle and ambiance. Another street marketing action is entitled “Sharing Spain now”, a reference to the online campaign slogan. Turespaña’s strategy includes various co-marketing campaigns to promote the destination hand-in-hand with Spanish regions, regional organisations, supra- regional brands, product clubs and priva- te enterprise. They all have an interest in Spain maintaining its leadership in the tra- vel sector and join forces to send Spain’s message worldwide: “Visit Spain”. Special WTM · November 2010 9
  9. 9. T he tourism sector has responded to the current economic crisis with the inauguration of a large number of hotels this year, both in Spain and abroad. Most chains have expanded or renovated their establishments to update their offerings with a view to improved operations at the dawn of the twenty-first century. And all this despite the fact that hotel investment fell 25% in 2009 (compared to 50% in Europe), because of the difficulty in obtaining credit. Investment stood at 540 million Euros last year, according to the European Hotel Market study by BNP Paribas, which foresees a 27% rebound this year, a prediction that seems will be proven accurate. The city of Madrid enhanced its offer with a 85-room themed es- tablishment devoted to film buffs: the DormirDCine Cooltural Room, located on Calle Príncipe de Vergara. In April, AC Hotels opened its tenth hotel in the capital, the 161-room AC Atocha, near the train station of the same name. The Solva Hotels Group inaugurated the five-star, 63-room Gran Hotel Nagari Boutique & Spa in a historic building in the heart of Vigo (Galicia) and in March, the Palafox chain opened the five-star Hotel Reina Petronilla in Zaragoza. The Fontecruz firm inaugurated a five-star, 40-room hotel in Seville in May. And earlier this year, the new three-star Hotel Sevilla Palmera was opened. Also in Andalusia and in the same month, the Peñarroya group launched the Hydros Boutique Spa & Wellness, located in the Holiday World resort in the town of Benalmádena (Málaga). In June, the five-star, 24-room Hotel Cap Rocat opened its doors in the zone of Cap Enderrocat (Palma Bay) on the coast of Mallorca. Openings abroad As regards Spanish firms’ activities in other parts of the world, last summer, Sol Meliá opened the Meliá Sharm, a five-star hotel with over 450 rooms in Sharm El Sheik (Egypt). In July, it also opened the new, 182-room Meliá Braga, located in the Portuguese city of the same name. The Tryp Berlin Mitte is slated for its imminent inauguration in the German capital. The largest Spanish chain also entered Crete this year, where it opened the five-star Gran Meliá Resort & Luxury Villas Daios Cove, made up of a cluster of villas and swimming pools near the town of Aghios Nikolaos and fishing village of Elounda in the north of the island. And earlier this year, the same group opened the Tryp Medellín in Colombia. In turn, Barceló inaugurated two new hotels in Cuba: the Barceló Habana Ciudad in February and the four-star, 358-room Barceló Are- nas Blancas after the summer. And the developer ™ Grupo Inmobil- iario has opened Azul The Fives, a new five-star resort in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, which involved an investment of 30 million dollars. International inaugurations in Spain The Ibis chain, part of the French Accor group, very recently opened a new 118-room hotel in Mollet (Barcelona). And last May, it launched the 106-room Ibis Mataró (Catalonia), which was pre- ceded by the Ibis Ripollet. In March, IHG opened the Holiday Inn Express in Bilbao, its second hotel in the Basque Country. Around the same time, the Hotel Viura de Villabuena, a four-star hotel with 33 rooms and a cutting-edge architectural design, was inaugurated in Álava. Reopening after reform work In late summer, the NH hotel chain proceeded to reopen the four- star NH Principe de Vergara in Madrid after undergoing renovation work that reduced its capacity from 173 to 155 rooms. Husa Internac- ional (Barcelona) reopened its doors after a two-year renovation proc- ess that allowed it to reduce its accommodation capacity to 52 rooms. The Hotel Puro Oasis in Palma de Mallorca reopened in July after a renovation that added 20 new rooms. In the first quarter, The Giri Residence was inaugurated in northern Ibiza. The Iberostar Royal Cu- pido, the first to undergo the comprehensive rehabilitation slated for the Playa de Palma, opened its doors again in April after six months of rejuvenation work that took 50 years off of it. A flurry of hotel openings despite the crisis New 4 Star hotel in the north of Spain, offers superb location between two Golf Courses.At just 10 minutes distance from city center & the airport, unique setting sorrounded of nature and relaxation. www.albahotelgolf.com · reservas@albahotelgolf.com Tel. +34 94 455 89 31 · Fax. +34 94 455 89 69 Hotel Cap Rocat, Mallorca. 10 Special WTM · November 2010
  10. 10. Some 20,000 hotels have now signed up for the new tourism database developed in Spain T he tourism database, which was launched a year ago and has been up and running since early 2010, is now spreading to establishments all across Europe, Latin America and Asia and to date, some 20,000 of them have now signed up for the open application intended to facilitate their identification, especially in all matters relating to e- commerce, whether B2B or e-commerce for the final customer. Hotels, hostels, inns, paradors and other similar types of accommodations establishments in a host of countries have signed onto the experience, which “they appreciate, because they imme- diately grasped its usefulness,” says Miguel Piñol, the director of Turistec, the agency that took over the management of this system from the Centre for Research, Development and Innovation in Tourism Miguel Piñol, director of Turistec. Special WTM · November 2010 11
  11. 11. 12 Special WTM · November 2010 (Cidtur), which had originally initiated the project. According to Piñol, the database ini- tially arose in response to a “need for interoperability among several tourism businesses”, which is why it is not a sec- tor management tool, but rather consist in “a kind of barcode that is applied to accommodations establishments so that the databases can identify a hotel fully and immediately, since many of them have similar names; not only that, their management jumps from one hand to an- other in many cases”, he affirms. About its characteristics, the director of Turistec clarifies that signing up confers an “exclusively electronic identification that is exchanged between databases, rather than a plaque placed on a hotel door, as many thought at first. This is be- cause the system seeks to optimise mar- keting channels, above all for electronic distribution purposes, which is currently undergoing strong growth.” And as regards its morphology, enroll- ing in the tourism database gives each establishment an alphanumeric string that contains a country identification, one for type of tourism resource and lastly, a different number in each case. Thus, taking the Hotel Saratoga in Palma de Mallorca as an example, its identifi- cation according to the new resource is ESACC9598, an apparent gibberish that hides the establishment’s basic data. The first letters indicate nationality (ES, Spain) and type of facility (ACC, for Accommodation); this is followed by its own identification number (9598). These are the only data that always remain in Turistec’s database along with the trade name. To access that ID, establishments simply log onto the Caval website, which is the project’s technical name. It is worth mentioning that the integra- tion in this experience of slightly more than 20,000 establishments in just ten months is a major achievement, which will be expanded in coming years by a growth that will make it a identifying resource that helps ascertain some- thing that is often lost in the daily use of telematics: Exactly who is the other side of the lines? Up to 180,000 entries Furthermore, the database currently has approximately 180,000 entries, since some establishments have registered in several possible ways (between two and three entries is most common), in order to make it easier for those who consult it to locate the object of their search quick- ly. However, the corresponding numbers always remain the same. The initiative was originally launched in 2009 as the “Project to define the stand- ards to create a tourism registration data- base” and developed by Cidtur in collabo- ration with the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB) and the Turistec cluster of tourism-based technology firms, which was ultimately responsible for maintain- ing and expanding a database in which three continents are now represented.
  12. 12. 14 Special WTM · November 2010 HOTELIERCOMPANIES CompanyAddressCountry/StateTel+34E-mailWebHotelsRooms ABBAHOTELESBERLIN,51-53,08014BARCELONA933632330abbahotels@abbahotels.comwww.abbahoteles.com252.838 ACHOTELSPARQUEEMP.LAFINCA.PºCLUBDEPORTIVO1,EDIF.17 ,28223PORZUELODEALARCON-MADRID916260700comunicacion@ac-hotels.comwww.ac-hotels.com929.402 ACCORHOTELESRIBERADELLOIRA,56-58,4ª,28042MADRID913828000reservation.accor.spain@accor.comwww.accorhotels.com  9711.621 ACEVIHOTELSVILLARROEL,106,08015BARCELONA932265594info@acevihotels.comwww.acevihotels.com3149 ACTAHOTELSMALLORCA,103,08029BARCELONA902222103info@actahotels.comwww.actahotels.com12835 ADRIANHOTELESPARIS,S/N,38660COSTAADEJE-SANTACRUZDETENERIFE922713333info@adrianhoteles.comwww.adrianhoteles.com3714 AFINIAHOTELESRAMBLETAPAREALEGRE,98,08224TERRASSA-BARCELONA937333300comercial@afiniahoteles.comwww.afiniahoteles.com3263 AHAGORAHOTELSPRINCIPEDEVIANA,17,28023MADRID917080490frius@ahhotels.comwww.ahhotels.com3264 AITHOTELSSANBARTOLOME,24,07600LLUCMAJOR-MALLORCA971441800lmas@aithotels.comwww.aithotels.com3404 ALEXANDREHOTELSAVDA.MARIAFORTUNY,70,43203REUS-TARRAGONA977346011info@alexandrehotels.comwww.alexandrehotels.com4979 ALLSUNHOTELESFLUVIA,7-2º,07009PALMADEMALLORCA971436101allsun@allsunhoteles.com81.717 ALMAHOTELSMALLORCA,269,08013BARCELONA933684490info@almahotels.comwww.almahotels.com3162 ALTAMARHOTELS&RESORTSAVDA.LACORNISA,21,35130PUERTORICO-MORGAN-LASPALMASDEGRANCANARIA928560700j.hernandez@altamarhotels.comwww.altamarhotels.com3463 AMICHOTELSMALLORCAVISTAALEGRE,1,07015PALMADEMALLORCA902400661mice@amic-hotels.comwww.amic-hotels-mallorca.com51.004 AMIGOSHBA-HOTELESBUNGALOWSAPARTAMENTOSAVDA.BONN,18,35100MASPALOMAS-LASPALMASDEGRANCANARIA928769858amigos@step.eswww.amigoshba.com146.144 AMREYHOTELSAVDA.DIAGONAL,523BAJOS,08029BARCELONA933636030amrey-hotels@grupoamrey.comwww.amrey-hotels.com3314 AMURAHOTELESAVDA.VALDELAPARRA,2,28100ALCOBENDAS-MADRID917874545reservas@amurahoteles.comwww.amurahoteles.com3346 ANDRIAHOTELESAVDA.CAPITANEGRETE,49,07760CIUDADELA-MENORCA971382445tonim@grupoandria.comwww.grupoandria.com71.400 ANIMAHOTELSVIAAUSGUSTA,2003ºPLANTA,08021BARCELONA934929394info@animahotels.eswww.animahotels.es3228 APSISHOTELSAVDA.TIBIDABO,6,08002BARCELONA902393930apsishotels@apsishotels.comwww.apsishotels.com3223 AQUAHOTELAVDA.DELMAR,16,08398SANTASUSANNA-BARCELONA937678211aquahotel@aquahotel.comwww.aquahotel.com71.773 ARHOTELS&RESORTS(UNITURSA)PONENT,1,03710CALPE-ALICANTE965832618mice@ar-hotels.comwww.ar-hoteles.com4783 ARANZAZUHOTELESPRINCIPE,2,48001BILBAO-VIZCAYA944162200comercial@aranzazu-hoteles.comwww.aranzazu-hoteles.com4435 ARCEAHOTELESLAARQUERA,S/N,33500LLANES-ASTURIAS985401727info@arceahoteles.comwww.arceahoteles.com12397 ARGAHOSTELERIACABRUÑANA,2-1ºIZQ.,33400AVILES-ASTURIAS985562127argahosteleria@yahoo.eswww.marquesdelamoral.com366 AROMARHOTELSPASSEIGMARITIM,106,17250PLATJAD’ARO-GIRONA972817054info@hotelaromar.comwww.aromarhotels.com4338 ARTIEMFRESHPEOPLEHOTELSSANESTEBAN,8,07703MAHON-MENORCA971356935artiem@rtmhotels.comwww.artiemhotels.com3359 ASHOTELESAVDA.DIAGONAL579-585,5ºPL,08017BARCELONA932401515info@areasmail.comwww.ashoteles.es16615 ASURHOTELESAVDA.EMILIODEMOS,2.5º,41020SEVILLA954523622info@asurhoteles.comwww.asurhoteles.com2523 ATLANTISHOTELS&RESORTSAVDAGRANDESPLAYAS,S/N,35660CORRALEJO-LASPALMASDEGRANCANARIA928536444bahiareal@atlantishotels.comwww.atlantishotels.com3704 AXELHOTELSCONSELLDECENT,263,ENTLO1ª,08011BARCELONA933232570barcelona@axelhotels.comwww.axelhotels.com3239 AXORHOTELESCAMPEZO,4,28022MADRID913121793info@axorhoteles.comwww.axorhoteles.com2502 AZHOTELESCAMIVELLDEBUNYOLA,43,LOCAL13,07009PALMADEMALLORCA971434954info@azhoteles.comwww.azhoteles.com151.060 AZULINEHOTELSAVDA.IGNACIOWALLIS,21,4º,07800IBIZA971340085info@azulinehotels.comwww.azulinehotels.com71.337 BALBOAHOTELESPASEODELAALAMEDA,64BAJOS,46023VALENCIA963308495central@balboahoteles.comwww.balboahoteles.com3208 BALNEARIOSRELAISTERMALFERNANDODELOSRIOS,20E-1º,39005SANTANDER-CANTABRIA902104841reservas@relaistermal.comwww.relaistermal.com6362 BALNEARIOSTERMAEUROPAPASEOINDEPENDENCIA4-2ºIZDA,50004ZARAGOZA976301960reservas@termaeuropa.comwww.termaeuropa.com4383 BARCELOHOTELS&RESORTSJOSEROVERMOTTA,27,07006PALMADEMALLORCA971771700comunicación@barcelo.comwww.barcelo.com18347.153 BAYHOTELSBARTOLOMECALAFELL,S/N,07600PLAYADEPALMA-MALLORCA971261390comercial@mllbayhotels.comwww.mllbayhotels.com41.091 BELIVEHOTELS(OASISHOTELS-GLOBALIA)CENTROEMPRESARIALGLOBALIA,POL.SONNOGUERA,07620LLUCMAJOR-MALLORCA971178487Info.hotels@belivehotels.comwww.belivehotels.com3711.752 BEACHCOMBERHOTELESMARTINDELOSHEROS,77,2ºEXTDRCHA,28008MADRID915439849beachcomberspain@beachcomber.eswww.beachcomber-hotels.com92.064 BEATRIZHOTELESCTRA.DEAVILA,KM.2,750,45005TOLEDO925269100beatriztoledo@beatrizhoteles.comwww.beatrizhoteles.com72.174 BERHOTELESMIGUELISCAR,12-3º,OFICINA3,47001VALLADOLID983211019enrique.ortega@berhoteles.comwww.berhoteles.com470 BESTHOTELSBOSCDElQÜEC,2,43840SALOU-TARRAGONA977352618expansion@besthotels.eswww.besthotels.es298.521 BESTWESTERNSPAINHOTELS,S.L.PASEODELAHABANA,54-2DCHA.,28036MADRID915614622bwspain@bestwestern.eswww.bestwestern.com423.023 BGHOTELSGOLETA,7,07610PLAYADEPALMA-MALLORCA971268706l.morell@bghotels.comwww.bghotels.com51.329 BLAUHOTELS&RESORTSAVDA.CONDESALLENT,10,07003PALMADEMALLORCA971757657comercial@blau-hotels.comwww.blau-hotels.com93.513 BLUEBAYRESORT(ALANDALUS)ROSA100,PARAISOBARRONAL,29680ESTEPONA-MALAGA902100655dsintes@bluebayresorts.comwww.bluebayresorts.com124.662 BMCHOTELESCAMINOSSONRAPINYA,10-1,07013PALMADEMALLORCA971222260info@bmc-hotels.comwww.bmc-hotels.com2139 BOITAULLRESORTAMIGO,14-16,08021BARCELONA902406640reservas@boitaullresort.eswww.boitaullresort.com6320 BQHOTELESCORBMARI,22,07015PALMADEMALLORCA971707755central@bqhoteles.comwww.bqhoteles.com91.218 BRISASOLHOTELESPRINCIPADODEANDORRA,18-20,43840SALOU-TARRAGONA977350009nieveslera@brisasol.eswww.brisasol.es5891 BULLHOTELSALFREDOL.JONES,40,35008LASPALMASDEGRANCANARIA928260100reinaisabel@bullhotels.comwww.bullhotels.com51.238 CADENAHOTELERAASTURIANAPOSADAHERRERA,3-8º,33002OVIEDO-ASTURIAS985206590administracion@balneariocaldasdeluna.comwww.cadenahotelerasturiana.com3219 CALEDONIAHOTELESALEMANIA,1,38660ADEJE-SANTACRUZDETENERIFE922433015oficinacentral@a-caledonia.comwww.a-caledonia.com5448 CASTILLATERMALPAGODESANCTISPIRITUS,S/N,47140OLMEDO-VALLADOLI902330015comunicación@castillatermal.comwww.castillatermal.com2152 CATALONIAHOTELESCORCEGA,323,08036BARCELONA932360000cataloni@hoteles-catalonia.eswww.hoteles-catalonia.com538.500 CELUISMAS.AAVDA.DEPORTUGAL,7-BAJO,33207GIJON-ASTURIAS985343805jose.antonio@celuisma.comwww.celuisma.com81.032 CENTAUROGRUPOAVDA.SEVERO,3B,03581BENIDORM-ALICANTE966830000reservas@hlc.grupo-centauro.comwww.hotelevanteclub.com2301 CENTERHOTELESPZA.ISABELLACATOLICA,6,18009GRANADA958215969reservas@hotelescenter.comwww.hotelescenter.com81.204 CENTRHOTELTUSET,23-2º,7º,08006BARCELONA934514446reservas@centrhotel.comwww.centrhotel.com5382 CHICANDBASICPIRINCESA,50,08003BARCELONA932954650reservas@chicandbasic.comwww.chicandbasic.com11252 CITYHOTELSHISPANIABERLIN,74ENTLO.1ª,08029BARCELONA934053336central@cityhotels.eswww.cityhotels.es8600 CITYMARHOTELESYAPARTAMENTOSPASEOCENTRAL,42-URB.PLAYASERENA,04740ROQUETASDEMAR-ALMERIA950184400info@citymar.comwww.citymar.com161.442 CIUTATHOTELSTUROBRUGUET,2,08402GRANOLLERS-BARCELONA938796220comercial@ciutathotels.comwww.ciutathotels.com5303 CIVISHOTELESPINTOROLLET,3,12006CASTELLON902464555reservas@civishoteles.comwww.civishoteles.com3311 CLEMENTHOTELSAVDA.GENERAL,43,28042MADRID917460330info@clementhoteles.comwww.clementhoteles.com2152 CLUBMEDAVDA.DIAGONAL,503,08029BARCELONA902011211info@clubmed.eswww.clubmed.es80- CMHOTELSBONANZA,1,07560CALAMILLOR-MALLORCA971587535direccioncastelldemar@cmhotels.comwww.cmhotels.com2390
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  14. 14. 16 Special WTM · November 2010 HOTELIERCOMPANIES CompanyAddressCountry/StateTel+34E-mailWebHotelsRooms GRUPOHUERTODELCURAPORTADELAMORERA14,03203ELCHE-ALICANTE966610011mariateresa@huertodelcura.comwww.hotelhuertodelcura.com2153 GRUPOLOPESAN-IFAHOTELSMARMEDITERRANEO,1,35100MASPALOMAS-LASPALMASDEGRANCANARIA928128155marketing@lopesan.comwww.lopesanhotels.com207.600 GRUPOPABISAPADREBARTOLOMESALVA,18,07600S’ARENAL-MALLORCA971494525mcasas@pabisa.comwww.pabisa.com3687 GRUPOPIERRE&VACANCESAVDA.DIAGONAL,4491ªPLANTA,08036BARCELONA934342126info@grupopierre-vacances.comwww.pv-vacaciones.com310- GRUPOPIÑERO(BAHIAPRINCIPE-HOTELESPIÑERO)PLAZAMEDITERRANEO,5,07014PALMADEMALLORCA971787000info@bahia-principe.comwww.bahiaprincipe.com2010.286 GRUPOPLAYASOLEDIF.G.P.S,METGEJAUMERIERA,SECTOR4.CASDOMINGUET,07800IBIZA971391959info@grupoplayasol.comwww.grupoplayasol.com616.209 GRUPOREGINAHOTELESBALMES,7,7D,08007BARCELONA933040244info@grhoteles.comwww.grhoteles.com4338 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  18. 18. O f the more than 55.2 million inter- national passengers Spain received last year, 27.6% -almost 15.24 million - came from the United Kingdom, five million more than Germany, the coun- try’s second largest origin market. The crisis and greater sensitivity to pric- es battered traffic by traditional airlines, which reported almost half the number of British passengers than low-cost car- riers did. Last year, the latter transported more than 66% of all passengers, almost 10.1 million, while traditional carriers re- gistered over 5.14 million. Andalusia, the Balearic Islands and the Community of Valencia were the most popular destinations for low-cost carriers from the United Kingdom, receiving ap- proximately six out of every ten passengers, while the Canary Islands, Madrid and Cata- lonia were the destinations of 73.6% of the arrivals on traditional airlines from the UK. Better behaviour in demand British Airways operates over 120 flights a week to Spain on routes that link Madrid and Barcelona to London via Heathrow and London City Airport and Malaga-Hea- throw. An early morning flight between El Prat and Heathrow will be added starting October 30. In summer, it also operates flights to the Balearic Islands, which will be moved up to March 31 in 2011 in re- sponse to demand. British Airways’ Regional Commercial Director for Spain, Portugal and Gibraltar, Jordi Porcel affirms that, in fact, demand by the British market is beginning to re- cover, both in the leisure and the profes- sional segments. “Despite the pressures to which it has been subjected, the indus- try continues to work hard to stay afloat and the first signs of optimism seem to be appearing.” Iberia operates eight flights a day be- tween Madrid and London-Heathrow, which involve 112 weekly takeoffs trans- porting over 14,200 passengers, being the airline that offers the most flights be- tween the two airports. The airline notes that reservations departing from the UK remain weak, al- though it is true that the slump is not as deep as in the year before. Air Europa operates two daily flights to London Gatwick from Madrid. Between September 2009 and August 2010, it transported 142,954 passengers between the two countries. It will be maintaining the number of flights it operates for now. Vueling, the low-cost carrier associated with Iberia, began flying to Britain in July 2009, following its merger with Clickair. It is currently operating daily flights from Corunna, Bilbao and Seville to London- Heathrow, in all, 21 weekly flights to the United Kingdom. The Barcelona El Prat- based company notes that between Janu- ary and August, it recorded a growth of 226% in the number of UK passengers. Jet2.com operates in eleven Spanish airports, having debuted in Reus in May with direct flights to Manchester. Spain remains the largest foreign market for this UK low-cost carrier, accounting for 20% of its flights. “We operated over 40 routes in summer between these eleven Spanish airports and our seven bases in the UK”, say their spokesmen. In late March 2011, Jet.2 will be inau- gurating its eighth UK base in the Scottish airport of Glasgow. The company will be operating direct flights to this new base from Spain, specifically Alicante, Palma and Tenerife. New flights from Alicante to the East Midlands and Newcastle and from Palma to the East Midlands will be taking off in April. He added: “We see that the British economy is picking up, albeit slowly and gradually, which gives us confidence. The revaluation of the pound may have a positive impact in this regard: that Britons recover their purchasing power outside their island is a very important factor for tourism in the Euro area and of course, Spain.” Diana Ramón Vilarasau The United Kingdom remains the largest origin market for international flights to Spain, mainly thanks to the impetus of hyperactive low-cost carriers that transported nearly 70% of the British travellers arriving by air in 2009. The United Kingdom, the top source of passengers to Spain The hyperactive low-cost carriers transported nearly 70% of the British travellers to Spain in 2009. 20 Special WTM · November 2010
  19. 19. O n October 21st, an Airbus A319 air- craft left Madrid Barajas airport to Malabo in Equatorial Guinea. What made this flight different to the other four weekly frequencies operated by Iberia was the Business Club Class: it was the first flight with the newly-launched Premium class on the Spanish airline’s medium haul routes: not only from Madrid to Malabo, but also on Iberia operations to Cairo, Lagos, Moscow and Tel Aviv. One of the most important features of the Business Club Class is its new exclusi- ve seat. The 14-seat Business Club section has two seats on each side, and 1.27 me- tres of separation between rows. The extra- large, 55-cm-wide seats are of completely new design, with adjustable backs, head rests (four positions), leg rests and foot 2010 will be remembered as a busy year for Iberia. The Spanish airline has started its merger with British Airways, signed a Joint Business Agreement with its future “couple” and its oneworld partner American Airlines on the North Atlantic routes, improved its Business Plus Class on long haul flights, as well as its whole customer service, opened the biggest maintenance hangar in the Barcelona area and included three new destinations in its network: Oran in Algeria, Cordoba in Argentina and San Salvador. On October 21st, Iberia launched its latest product: the new Business Club Class on its medium haul flights, changing not only the seat, but the complete product around it. Launched on October 21st Iberia’ Business Club class: a new way of flying on medium haul routes PR Reclining seat in Iberia’s new Business Club Business Club is available in the A319 aircraft that flies to Cairo, Lagos, Malabo, Moscow and Tel Aviv Iberia Business Club Class will be available on A319 aircraft used on flights to Cairo, Lagos, Malabo, Moscow and Tel Aviv 22 Special WTM · November 2010
  20. 20. rests. There is also and individual coat hook and a number of spaces for conveniently stowing personal items. Each Business Club passenger may use the latest Play Station Portable (PSP), with an LCD screen, to watch late-release high-defi- nition films or television series, or to listen to the ten audio channels with a variety of mu- sical options. The PSP housing allows it to stand on the fold-down table in front of each seat. Passengers flying on the new Iberia Premium class will be also given an exclusi- ve toilet kit of new design and can use a soft pillow and matching double-sided blanket, with a “polar” surface for extra warmth. The menus in the Business Club are designed by the master chef Sergi Arola, and are accompanied by the most exquisite Spanish regional wines. Two services will be offered: hot breakfast and dinner with drink, or cold breakfast, depending on the time of day. All served in an elegant dis- hware and tableware of modern design. Services on the ground Business Club passengers can also en- joy some exclusive services on the ground before flying. They get an extra luggage allowance and priority in luggage collec- tion, exclusive check-in facilities, and three days’ free parking at Madrid or Barcelona airports. They may use the new VIP lounges with all conveniences for relaxing or wor- king, including a hot and cold buffet and a self-service bar. Iberia’s Business Club passengers also get “Fast track” treatment in security control, which takes them through in less than two minutes. And in addition to all these advantages, they also earn extra Iberia Plus frequent flyers points. Business Club Class passengers will be able to visit Iberia Velázquez VIP Lounge at Madrid airport, where they will find a a customer-friendly information system, areas for working, provided with cabins equipped with PCs and colour printers, free internet and e-mail access, as well as power ports for laptops. There is also a meeting room and a relaxation zone with comfortable armchairs, a television room, a bar, lavatories for the disabled, shower service, baby-changing stations and a coat check and left luggage servi- ce, among other facilities. At the “Wine Corners”, passengers can taste the five wines offered on board of Iberia’s long haul flights. If they are flying at night, they can have dinner at the Velázquez Bistro, an à la carte restaurant, offering dishes defined by Sergi Arola, which vary with the passing season. The new class is part of Iberia’s Strate- gic Customer Service Improvement Plan, which led to the redesign earlier this year of the Business Plus class on the Spanish airline’s long-haul flights, and the launch of new comfort-enhancing services such as exclusive access and “Fast track” mo- vement through security controls, the ex- tension of boarding by cell phone options to more destinations, and the upgrading of Iberia’s VIP lounges. Iberia will invest about 150 million euros in improving its Customer Service until 2011. Iberia offers two daily flights between Madrid and Tel Aviv, eleven frequencies a week to Moscow, six weekly flights to Cai- ro, five a week to Malabo and three weekly flights to Lagos. Text: Sofía Poveda – Photographs: Iberia Passengers on red-eye flights can enjoy an à la carte dinner at Bistró Velázquez Business Club’s new linen accessories The new exclusive seat is wider and offers 1.27 metres of space between row Special WTM · November 2010 23
  21. 21. S ince the early 90’s, Spain has been ranked among the world’s finest golf tourism destinations. The reason is that a multitude of attractions join forces with the excellent infrastructure and vari- ety of its golf courses - according to Ture- spaña, there are 385 courses all across the country - and hotel accommodations that specialise in this area. Furthermore, the golf offer is constantly being updated. For example, Andalusia, which is Spain’s leading golf destination, with more than a hundred courses that account for 25% of all the courses in the country, has inaugu- rated four new sites in the past year, one in Almeria, another in Huelva and two in the province of Malaga. Catalonia is also noted for its golfing tradition, which dates back to 1914, and offering: nearly fifty golf courses and a high-end hotel industry specialising in this sector, which has arrangements in place with golf courses, travel agencies and transport companies to provide golfers with all the facilities. The natural environment, proximity of their golf courses to the sea and high qual- ity of sports and accommodation facilities have made the Balearic Islands one of Europe’s most popular golf destinations. There are currently 25 golf courses in Mal- lorca, according to the Balearic Islands Golf Federation. Balearic courses are charac- terised by their quality, sustainability and environmental friendliness, as well as the proximity between them. They also provide a wide variety of play. At 23 degrees all year round The Canary Islands have the advantage of their climate and natural conditions, which allow golf to be enjoyed all year long. In Gran Canaria, there are eight very dif- ferent courses within a radius of less than 50 miles. Between Fuerteventura and Lan- zarote, there are a total of six golf courses, which have been promoted and articulated together under the “LanzaFuerte” brand now for over a year. Tenerife is the perfect destination for golf: the spring-like weather lasts 12 months a year with an average of 23º C. There are nine very different golf courses and a wide choice of hotels and apartments that cater especially to golfers. Furthermore, very close by on the neigh- bouring island of La Gomera, the 18-hole Tecina Golf created by Donald Steel pro- poses a course that is as fun as it is spec- tacular, with views of Teide and Tenerife’s southern coast. In the Community of Valencia with 34 courses, the golf offering is also associated with other activities such as water sports and a wide-ranging cultural, shopping and entertainment offering. Murcia has 21 golf courses, most of which are within a radius of 50 kilometres, which offer tourists the chance to combine different terrains of play within a small area. These leading regions are joined by the offer that extends to all the other communi- ties with their own characteristics, such as the mountain settings of courses located in the northern Mainland and along the Can- tabrian coast, Galicia, the Basque Country and Navarre, which make their facilities for the beautiful game true green carpets. Ma- drid has one of the most extended and var- ied golf course and luxury hotel offerings in Europe and aspires to host the 2018 Ryder Cup, for which it is a candidate. In Castile and León (with 38 golf courses), Aragon (8), Castile-La Mancha (13) and Extrema- dura (6), enjoying golf is linked to cultural and culinary tourism, as is true of La Rioja, which has three golf courses. All Spain’s regions are home to golf courses with a wide range of specialised hotels Spain is the best place to play golf Devoting most of their stay to golf, playing on several different courses, having other activities and attractions to enjoy nearby, tasting the local cuisine and wines and recalling their holidays as a true experience. That is what the golf tourist looks for and what he gets when he travels to a Spanish destination. Hole 4 at Amarilla Golf & Country Club in Tenerife. 24 Special WTM · November 2010
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