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Puente Romano Beach Resort, Marbella

"Puento Romano has a resort feel because of the size of the grounds and the wide range of facilities. If you don’t mind that, it’s a good alternative to Marbella Club hotel — less expensive, while still offering good service. However, we see it as a one level step-down compared to Marbella Club."

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Explore Puente Romano

Dining options are a highlight of the Puente Romano, where you can choose from no less than 12 restaurants, one of them with two Michelin stars. Sit in the Plaza Village courtyard, where most restaurants are located, and indulge in a different kind of cuisine every evening.But it’s not only about the food. You can relax in a spa session with a sea view in the Six Senses Spa, discover the botanical gardens, and even take belly dance lessons.

Location

The resort is a 40-minute drive from the Malaga airport. It’s located inside extensive grounds and faces the beachfront promenade connecting Marbella to Puerto Banús.

Rooms

219 rooms and suites are spread in three little villages among vast gardens and 4 pools, arranged so as to ensure the privacy of guests. The design is either contemporary, or has a more Andalucian look.

Who is it for

This is a good place to be with kids, and couples will like it too — though if you are looking for a romantic vacation, you may find it a bit noisy.

Amenities & Activities

Guests can play golf at the Marbella Golf Club, which is 20-minute drive from the hotel. The beach is not huge, but it’s fine, and there’s a small river that flows right through its middle and into the sea. If you like tennis, the hotel’s tennis centre is one of the biggest we know — it has 10 courts, including a paddle tennis court. Besides that you can go horse riding, and of course, do SUP and other watersports.

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