Costa del Sol, Spain
The world famous Marbella Club was built as a private residence by Prince Alfonso of Hohenlohe-Langenbur in 1954. Since then it has become known as a haven for jetsetters and one of the most glamorous resort hotels in Southern Spain.
At a Glance
World famous historic hotel and member of the Leading Hotels of the World
Set in charming subtropical gardens on a long expanse of sandy beach
Fantastic dining options including candlelit dinner at the Grill and an amazing seafood buffet at the famous Beach Club
Marbella Club boasts a superb Thalassotherapy spa
Book in advance for the kids club, especially during the summer. This 5000 sqm club which offers cooking, an abundance of play areas, creative and beach-side activities will keep your little ones occupied for hours.Pippa Carey
Rent a bike from reception and take a leisurely cycle along the beach to Marbella for stunning views and a cooling sea breeze.Pippa Carey
Take a dip in the salt water spa pool, which is heated to body temperature for an instant health and mood boost.Pippa Carey
Spend some time exploring the resort’s gardens - they have over 70 gardeners preening hundreds of beautiful lawns, plants and trees.Pippa Carey
Get involved in the complimentary wellness classes offered by the hotel. Why not try a yoga or Pilates class in the early morning or evening on the beach pier, overlooking the sea.Hannah Ingle
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Marbella Club or take a look at our itineraries to Spain
Since the 1950s Marbella Club has hosted the rich and famous and been a place to see and be seen and VIP guests have included Ava Gardner, Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant and Laurence Olivier. Still one of the finest hotels in Spain, Marbella Club has been extensively renovated and enlarged in recent years and now boasts more than 100 rooms and suites, a selection of private villas, a state of the art thalassotherapy spa, a Dave Thomas designed golf course, an equestrian center and a world-class shopping arcade, as well as a range of top class restaurants.
The hotel is set in beautiful subtropical gardens and rooms, suites and villas are located in the different areas of the hotel between the main restaurant and reception area and the hotels beach club on the Mediterranean.
Styled by Jean-Pierre Martel and Kamini Ezralow, the beautifully furnished rooms of the hotel offer classic chic with a contemporary twist.
The hotel's 37 guest rooms and 78 elegant suites are dotted around Marbella Club's pleasant jasmine-scented gardens. Many boast furnished outdoor terraces with views over the subtropical gardens or the sea.
As well as the hotel's rooms and suites there are also a selection of privately owned well appointed villas within the resort complex, ranging in size between two and four bedrooms. These Andalucian-style properties have their own gardens, some with private pools, as well as fully fitted kitchens.
The Marbella Club now offers a very well appointed Kids Club offering entertaining, educational and inclusive activities including pottery and art, music and dancing, cookery and outdoor adventure experiences.
There's a fantastic range of restaurants and bars at Marbella Club from the grill restaurant which offers an intimate and romantic atmosphere on its candlelit patio to the poolside beach cafe, famous throughout the area for its extravagant seafood lunches. Authentic Andalucian specialties are served at the golf courses club house, and the pool bar is the perfect spot for a cocktail after a hard day's relaxation.
Activities on offer include golf (the hotel is home of one of the coast's top courses), horse riding, tennis and working out in the hotel's beautifully appointed gym.
Location & Directions
Costa del Sol, Spain
Marbella Club is located between Marbella and Puerto Banus, on the Costa del Sol.
When to go
Andalucia has a Mediterranean climate, making it a year round destination. In general you can usually rely on pleasant or hot temperatures from April to early November. In Andalucia there are plenty of warm, sunny days right through winter. The best time to visit is in the Spring and Fall when the temperature is just perfect with warm sunny days. During July and August it can be very hot and some days the temperature reaches 40°C, Andalucia is extremely crowded during these months.