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El Granado, 1, Totana
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Executive Sport is located in the Guadalentín Valley in the Murcia region. It offers a wide variety of sports and leisure facilities, including a spa, gym and mini golf course. The Hotel Executive Sport has a seasonal outdoor pool with hot tub, and the fitness centre has views of the surrounding landscape. Featuring a sauna and Turkish bath, the hotel spa is available for a surcharge. All rooms at the Executive Sport have free Wi-Fi access, as well as satellite TV on a plasma screen. There is also a DVD player and the hotel has a collection of DVDs that guests can use for free. The hotel has a self-service restaurant which is open all day and serves Mediterranean cuisine. Executive Sport is set between the Sierra Espuña and Carrasco National Parks, and the Murcian coastline is just 20 km away. The hotel is just off the A-7 Motorway connecting Alicante and Almería.
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