One of the smartest hotels in Spain, Finca Cortesín is an Andalusian idyll of soothing luxury where jasmine and roses scent the air. There's lots of space inside and out, huge pools, exquisite food, a superb spa and a top-level golf course.
Where past and present break stride is the hotel’s scale: If fincas are cozy, the Finca Cortesin is a brilliantly spacious place with three restaurants, a superb spa with an indoor saltwater pool (there are two outdoor pools), a high-tech gym with Med.
A short drive from the hustle and bustle of Malaga and its tour-package-focused base, this 21st-century palace hotel would have the Aga Khan's approval were he still in the market for a quarter to conquer. Designed with the wants and needs of the world's.
Finca is a good word — just like ‘albergo’ in Italian has a certain ring to it that the all-encompassing ‘hotel’ can’t quite manage. According to Wikipedia, a finca is a piece of rural land, ‘typically with a cottage or farmhouse on it.
Voted for by golfers and resort visitors, each venue was marked out of ten for the quality of its hotel and golf facilities. Finca Cortesin scored an impressive average rating of 9.3 to take first place ahead of its nearest challenger Monte Rei.
Molly was so comfortable in the fine dining ambience of the Carolina Hotel in Pinehurst, the server poured her a glass of wine as she settled into her chair. The wine, a Finca Montepedroso ... A prestigious internship at Spain’s famous El Bulli.