This month, the new Club Café by Catalonia’s celebrated interior design guru Lázaro Rosa-Violán reopens its doors after a short, but extensive renovation to the existing space. Optimising picture windows that look straight out over the Stadium Course combined with sage green sofas, locally made sisal rugs and natty, tan leather dining chairs the overall look is fresh and modern in a bold move away from traditional golf course clubhouses.

Rosa-Violán is a master of light and space, and the Club Café is no exception. Reflecting mirrors and exuberant use of indoor plants bounce sunshine around even on the gloomiest of days and bring the outdoors in, a theme that runs across our resort. The new Members-only space comprises two smaller private rooms for entertaining as well as exclusive use of a terrace, but there is also plenty to keep golfers, local clients and hotel guests happy in the shape of a re-imagined restaurant that now has a long, marble-topped bar, sleek banquettes for communal dining and intimate round tables that can be configured for two, or much larger groups, arranged along a bank of windows overlooking the course. It’s buzzy new spot to hang out for an afternoon after an early round of golf, and tuck into our new bistro menu, which delivers a modern take on clubhouse classics. Think fried oysters with seaweed mayo, kale and beetroot Niçoise salad, creamy squid rice with cider and smoked Idiazabal cheese, or a juicy Angus beef burger on a light-as-air brioche bun. We’re also offering a solid range of local cava (sparkling wine) and champagne, to compliment our wine and beer list. The Club Café is also open for light suppers for anyone wishing to keep the evening casual. Open all day and for dinner during the summer months.