Carlos Cabezas, one of the Premium Group members and basketball player with a victorious sporting career, gave an interview to the local newspaper Diario Sur from one of the group’s rooftop terraces. He highlighted all the golden moments in his sporting life, as well as the milestones in his business endeavour in this interview with the local reporter Ñito Salas. After achieving the gold medal in two FIBA World Championships, he is now pursuing new sport challenges, without neglecting his activities with the Premium family.
Carlos Cabezas in the development of the Premium Group
In the interview, focused on his sporting career, Carlos Cabezas did not overlook his role as a businessman, which he is extremely satisfied with. As member of the Premium Group, he wished to highlight the beginnings with Alcazaba Premium Hostel, together with its restaurant Batik and our rooftop terrace in Malaga. Our hostel brought over a new design hostel idea, which powered the Premium family to follow up with this accommodation concept. That is why in 2017 we introduced Malaga Premium Hotel, a gastro hotel with two restaurants and a stunning chill out rooftop terrace.
He also wanted to give credit to his fellow members Juan García, Elisardo Sánchez y José Montalvo. The local point guard is truly a team player, both inside and outside the court. With his business team, in January 2018, he opened the group’s latest business, La Fábrica, to which he refers as an innovative project for the city.
The Premium Group Grows with Malaga
Carlos Cabezas showed its pride for being part of this series of projects in which the Premium Group is involved. He is confident these projects help to boost the city’s development. Today, the family is composed of two accommodation options in downtown Malaga, three restaurants and two rooftop terraces. If we add the latest project, La Fábrica, there is no doubt the group is betting on the city’s growth.
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