Roxa Hospitality incorporates two hotels in Sardinia

The Mallorcan hotel company will manage the establishments with its new brand, Sigillum

The manager Roxa Hospitality has announced the signing of two new hotels to its management portfolio, located on the Italian island of Sardinia: the Hotel Borgo Cala Moresca and Monte Turri Luxury Retreat.

This incorporation adds a total of 295 rooms to the 2,759 that the manager currently has. The complex has been nominated and awarded as a world leader in the Eco Resort segment for the World Travel Awards in its 2019 edition.

This incorporation adds a total of 295 rooms to the 2,759 that the manager currently has. The complex has been nominated and awarded as a world leader in the Eco Resort segment for the World Travel Awards in its 2019 edition.

The hotel manager explains that it is a key incorporation in its expansion plan in the Mediterranean region, an area in which they will concentrate their efforts in the coming years.

The new hotels follow the same line as Las Caldas Villa Termal, the last complex acquired by the management company located in Oviedo, Asturias. Resorts that are located in enclaves rich in nature, with a historical infrastructure and that have a wide range of equipment and wellness services.

ARBATAX PARK RESORT

The Arbatax Park Resort complex, to which the hotels belong, has six hotels distributed in sixty hectares within a natural park. The resort is located in the heart of the province of Ogliastra. Apart from the hotels and the natural park, the resort has a large wellness area.

The Arbatax Park Resort complex, to which the hotels belong, has six hotels distributed in sixty hectares within a natural park. The resort is located in the heart of the province of Ogliastra. Apart from the hotels and the natural park, the resort has a large wellness area.

The complex has a very deep environmental awareness since its inception, nowadays it generates and uses compost based on pruning remains, it also recycles all paper and cellulose-based materials to turn it into bedding for animals in the farm nursery.

There is a glass workshop inside the complex, which transforms waste materials: remains of broken bottles and glass, into the glasses and vases used in the resort’s restaurants. Work is also being done on a project to produce hot water with green energy through the use of solar panels, underway from 2020.

As well as the creation of an agricultural area, El Huerto de Arbatax Park, which will self-supply the vegetable and vegetable resort following its ecological approach and relying on the local community through agreements with local entities that will deal with the management of the garden.