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“Great to see it open again”

Benalup Golf & Country Club
Reviewed 29 October 2017

Just played the course again after it being closed for some years. They have spent a lot of time a money to restor the course to its former glory . The staff are very friendly and spent some time with our group to make sure we had everything we needed. Drinks are a bit expensive but that's to be expected as your in the hotel . Would recommend
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Reviewed 2 September 2017 via mobile

We rented a villa via Air BNB. It was a private villa with a view on the golfcourse. A huge pool made the hot weather bearable. The staff was friendly and the prices are realy good. We didn't get to See the spa but it looked very good!

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Reviewed 3 February 2016 via mobile

Friendly people nice atmosphere and calme. Benalupe is one of the most quiet anf interesting places I know. Near Cadiz and Tarifa wow I love this place. go there

2  Thank MarcelPhilippeD
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Reviewed 4 October 2014

I know we live in this village and with out being bias,we had a look to see if there was a mention of Benalup with out the Hotel Golf and Spar,there wasn't which is a shame because there is so much more to this pretty little village right under your nose.
Benalup Casas Viejas is located for the gateway to the Los Alcornocales Natural park and is on the route of "El Torro"( Bull breading )with a population of just over 7200 it is far from a quiet sleepy little village with something always to see and do ,it is a place often missed by visitors to both Cadiz,Jeriz and the provenance of Andalucia,but this village is a hidden jewel.With a history both good and bad particulary the 1930's,the area has been inhabited from pre-history as is revealed in the cave painting at El Arco y Cimera and the tombs carved from the rocks.Benalup is also on the route for many migrating birds.Not to be missed is the "Utopia "hotel originally built in the early 1930's it hosted the first flights from Germany to Spain for the "Zepplin" ballons it has preserved the Art Deco interior,its like a time warp and a museum is with in the building,a must visit place you'll be surprised at what you see and learn.
Yes there is a Hotel golf and Spar but there is more than golf with in and on the outskirts,and I play the game,there is plenty of choice for places to eat with Tapas bars and restaurants,our preference for both value and service is the "Cafelito" friendly and outstanding service and to say the least amazing menu and value run by Paco and his wife ,its a place you won't be disappointed with a typical meal for two 10 to 15 Euro's make sure your hungry !! but enjoy

1  Thank Karl B
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Reviewed 2 October 2013

We arrived at Benalup for a pre booked round of golf and lunch with high expectations based on personal recommendation and the info we had garnered about the resort.. What a disappointment. After struggling round a poorly lit underground car park to find the entrance we found a badly signposted fire door into the building. We then discovered that the golf club, the pro's shop and the bar were all shut - this during what should be a busy time for a golf resort on the Costa del Sol. The lunch, which was expensive enough to start with, consisted of a set meal by the pool.. The place was almost empty. The golf course itself was in poor condition, and obviously suffering from lack of care and attention. It could have been lovely. There were very few staff about, and when we enquired about showers and changing rooms on our return they seemed genuinely surprised that we might need such a thing after playing golf in 80 degrees of heat for 4 hours. They assumed that we would change in the hotel loos. The amount we were charged was outrageous for the facilities on offer. If I had booked a week's holiday at the resort I would have been furious.

Thank Frank_Doris
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