Circulo Fortuny continues to grow with four new companies joining, reaching 62 members
Puerto Banús, Galerías Canalejas, Nuba and the Cap Rocat Hotel join the Spanish association of high-end companies and industries
Madrid, 31 October 2018. – Circulo Fortuny, the Spanish association of high-end companies and industries, has announced that four new companies will be joining. Puerto Banús, Canalejas Galleries, Nuba and the Cap Rocat Hotel are joining the 58 companies that are already part of the common forum, reaching 62 members.
Four leading brands in the high-end industry
Puerto Banús is the most famous nautical and tourist destination in southern Europe, located in the city of Marbella. It is a place filled with tourism, the art of navigation and exclusive entertainment, having become an international leader in excellence, sports, shopping and gastronomy as well as a significant economic driver in the region.
The Cap Rocat Hotel is an old military fortress located in the most private area of the Bay of Palma. Blending in with its surroundings, it has been restored by Antonio Obrador, respecting all its heritage and natural wealth since it is a marine and bird reserve. Precisely, this has earned it the prestigious European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage which it received in 2017.
Galería de Canalejas, which will open at the end of 2019, will be an exclusive shopping space that preserves the aesthetics of the building’s architecture. To do so, restoration and renovation work has been carried out. Its nearly 15,000 square metres, spread across three floors and with entries from Plaza de Canalejas and Calle Alcalá, will boast over 50 prestigious European fashion and jewellery brands as well as a food court.
For over 20 years, NUBA has been the leader in designing exclusive and customised trips geared toward travellers who are looking for unique and different experiences. A new way of discovering the world with high-end trips. In addition, in recent years the NUBA Group has diversified its business to provide excellence when it comes to how tourism is done, not just for its frequent travellers but for companies, travellers with special interests, senior executives, etc.