Luxury Ski Break Destination: El Lodge in Sierra Nevada

by Thomas Harper

El Lodge Ski & Spa is a stunning 5-star hotel that ticks all the boxes for a luxury ski break in the mountains. Located in Sierra Nevada, the famous ski resort in Monachil, the hotel is within a 10 minute walk to city centre and a short drive from Granada in South of Spain.

Originally constructed in Finland, the property was deconstructed and transported to Sierra Nevada to be rebuilt a few years ago by leading international luxury hotel and hospitality group Marbella Club.

The high quality of the materials, wood and furnishings of the construction makes it a quite superb, intimate and very special chalet hotel.

Composed of 38 Nordic-style bedrooms and suites where all spaces are inspiring, elegant and warm, El Lodge is the perfect place for winter getaways. The unique atmosphere that the hotel style creates is sensual and unforgettable.

Beautiful wooden interior design with stone fireplaces, warm room decorating fabrics and handmade decor gives visitors a nostalgic, relaxing and welcoming feel.

Living areas with natural color scheme are enriched with wood furniture and filled with light through floor to ceiling windows that create a majestic flow between the alluring alpine interiors and the striking mountain views.

Extensive facilities are available for rest and relaxation. Kids play area offer games, arts and crafts activities to entertain children and while not on the slopes, visitors can indulge themselves at the spa and wellness area that has two swimming pools, a sauna and various treatment rooms.

The hotel has different dining options that serve superb gastronomic delights and traditional cocktails. The lavishing breakfast buffet with fresh local produce and hot and cold items featured is the perfect way to start the day.

The Sun Deck is an spectacular space to chill while overlooking the slopes.

Ski station will be open until late April, and it is possible to check the weather conditions and status of the slopes accessing Sierra Nevada's official website.

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