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The estate boasts a beautiful Palace from the year 1800, maintained in its integrity with the style of the period:

It’s Equipped with 3 dining rooms for intimate celebrations accommodating, each, for 35 people approximately, as well as another dining room inside for 90 people.

Other areas of the Palace such as the halls of gathering, small chapel, the office, the old kitchen or Winery end up recreating the 19th-century atmosphere of the House.

The estate also has a large heated pergola and an outdoor dining room that holds about six hundred people each. All of this is found in a garden with mature trees of great size, bamboo forest, greenhouse, fountains, Arabs pools and a natural waterfall that envelops the celebrations in an exceptional atmosphere.

Equipped with decorative lighting, air conditioning, parking for over 500 vehicles, and other facilities, it is unique in Malaga for holding conferences, celebrations and events of all types, giving these a stamp of uniqueness and distinction.

Alabardero Catering, belongs to the Group Lezama, and is recognized by its numerous awards national and international, for its human capital, its work in training and consultancy through their schools of catering, and the satisfaction shown by their loyal customers for over 35 years of experience. This with the best locations in cities such as Madrid, Alava, Cordoba, Seville, Marbella, Washington DC, Seattle, and now also in Malaga with the new acquisition in exclusive of a new enclave of luxury: The Hacienda del Alamo.

The Group currently has more than five hundred employees. At the forefront of the company is its Board of Directors, leaded by its President Don Luis de Lezama Barañano.

Each of the Grupo Lezama facilities has its own personality, that makes them all different, and at the same time they have a set of characteristics that identifies them and the difference of a property that does not belong to the Group: the delicacy of your kitchen, that is - usually - located in historic sites, the elegance of its decoration, its cozy atmosphere, good service and the distinction of its customers. So they all boast a group badge:

“"Places for dreaming. Quality restaurants””

Rebollo de Fort, Emilia

Hacienda del Alamo history dates back to 19th century hand of Doña Emilia Rebollo de Fort, a Malagenian artist born in 1841, which was devoted to painting and in particular to the artistic upholstery. She showed her work in exhibitions which was recognized in Spanish cities such as Malaga and Barcelona. She held a curriculum exposed in the blue room of the estate, which lists the most important awards of her career, highlighting: The holder of the scientific European society; Member of honour of the Paris Academy of inventors and the Brussels Universal; Award-winning with 18 DIPLOMAS of 1st class with honour; Sixteen gold medals in major exhibitions in Europe and as well as large badges.

Gold Medal of the Paris Academy, for her inventions; Awarded the Medal of honor in 1892 Belgium; Cross lauded in Russia 1893; Three academic medals; Obtaining the highest reward in Europe, the Civic Crown in the Champ of Mars, Paris 1894 exhibition; Award-winning in Chicago; Commemorative Medal and diploma of Grand Prize of honor in Egypt (Cairo 1895) exhibition of the progress and graced by the kedive or sultan of Egypt with the cross of honor; Grand Prix Villa de Suez 1897 Excellence Diploma; Cross of the order of Saint Juan of Jerusalem. Lady of honour of the order of the star of the East and a Founding Member of the Art Museum and scientist of Palestine. Parts of her work are preserved in a magnificent conservation state in the halls of this majestic Malagenian Estate. Any visitor who may request, will be welcome and accompanied to see the artwork of Doña Emilia Rebollo de Fort.

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