At Puente Romano the rooms are all styled with classic Mediterranean decor, marble bathrooms. The suites are more spacious with Andalusian influences throughout, all combined to make a comfortable luxurious stay with all the modern conveniences.
Other facilities at the hotel include two swimming pools, one in the main area of the hotel and the other is situated right next to the beach. There is also a fitness centre with a fully equipped gym and spa, offering a wide range of treatments. The Puente Romano Tennis Club consists of 10 tennis courts, eight clay and two hard. The professional tennis instructors are some of the best, catering for lessons for all abilities.
The beach is 7 kilometres long, where you can enjoy the sea view whilst basking in the sun. For those who prefer a bit of activity, there is the opportunity to go sailing, jet skiing or on a banana boat ride. There is also a 55 foot sports yacht which you can hire and be taken out of a boat trip.
There a number of places to eat at Puente Romano. Firstly the Sea Grill which is located in the ground of the hotel near the beach, here breakfast is served each morning as well as light lunches influenced by the Mediterranean. The Namazake restaurant has a wide range of Japanese dishes, to be enjoyed whilst overlooking the Roman Couryard. The Suite, is a relaxed lounge environment serving Asian-fusion cuisine with live music. The Serafina inspired by Italian flavours with stunning views of the Botanical gardens.
Why not enjoy a refreshing cocktail and watch the sun go down in the Bar Cascada.