Hotels in Marbella
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There aren’t many other places in Europe where you can do as much celeb-spotting as you can in Marbella. Whether you are sipping champagne in one of the exclusive bars, sunbathing on one of the stunning beaches, or playing golf on its award-winning courses, you will feel like a celebrity just by being in Marbella. Perfect for group trips as well as family holidays, Marbella offers something for all ages. Away from the clubs and bars you will find waterparks, safari adventures and museums to explore, as well as a flourishing old town that has brilliant coffee shops and delicious tapas.
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When to go to Marbella?
If you want to experience Marbella at its lively best you should head there in July or August, when the bars are bursting with energy and there’s plenty of entertainment in the evening. This is also the hottest time of year, with temperatures well into the 30s. If you want to play golf it may be better to head over in September when it’s slightly cooler.
Where to stay in Marbella?
Any one of the hotels in Marbella will place you close to a beach. Tourists flock to the resort for its seemingly endless choice of long stretches of warm sand and crystal-clear water. For beach bars and restaurants, choose Playa de Alicate, Playa Hermosa or Playa de la Fontanilla. To try watersports head to Playa de Nueva Andalucia, Playa de Cabopino or Bounty Beach.Art lovers are well catered for in Marbella. Hotels in Lomas de Río Verde Alto will be within a five – ten minute walk of the Museo Ralli Marbella. This museum is home to an important collection of work by Latin American artists, specialising in surrealism from Miró and Dalí. Avenida del Mar is ten minutes away and lined with bronze Dalí sculptures leading to the sea.To soak up the beauty of Casco Antiguo’s tree- and flower-lined streets, one of the hotels in the Old Town is the perfect choice. The best way to explore this area is simply by wandering and taking in the sights and smells of the orange trees, before stopping off at one of the restaurants in the main square, Plaza de los Naranjos.The charming parish of San Pedro de Alcántara is a few kilometres from Marbella’s town centre. Here, the way of life is calmer and less focused on nightlife. Hotels in San Pedro are great for family holidays, as there’s a lot for kids to do. Parque de las Medranas has a large lake for paddling, as well as having a go at cable skiing – if you’re feeling adventurous.
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