The beachfront resort is located in pole position on the heart of Marbella's so-called 'Golden Mile' between Marbella and Puerto Banus.
There are a total of 84 rooms and 37 suites, all hidden away in the lush gardens designed by the now-deceased prince himself. With neutral colours and Mediterranean-style interior designs, they are incredibly comfortable, as one would expect from the price. Best of all are the 14 Andalucían-style whitewashed villas, with their own gardens and pools that make the resort feel less like a hotel and more like a small village.
The hotel is not new but is very well kept and has an air of class and sophistication.
Eating and drinking
The hotel boasts an elegant piano bar and six restaurants - the Beach Club buffet, the Grill, the MC Café, which is one of the top places to be seen on the coast, the brand new MC Beach, the Pool Bar and, the Golf Resort Club House restaurant - which means whatever your mood you are sure to find something suited to your taste.
As well as two heated swimming pools and the beach club, the resort offers the incredible Marbella Club Thalasso Spa, a nearby golf course with shuttle service, and a kids' club during school holidays.Guests can also use the tennis and fitness club, located at the nearby Puente Romano Hotel.
The staff are very professional - offering a courteous and helpful service befitting of a five-star resort.
Who stays there
The great and the good have stayed at Marbella Club, including Michael Jackson, Sean Connery and Penelope Cruz. This hotel is suited to everyone, from couples to families, and whether on golf or business trips. It's particularly popular with English and Germans.
It is expensive, but you are paying for the luxury of a five-star resort. High season is in July and August.
- Business Centre
- Fitness Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool
- Business travellers
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- Celebrity spotting
- People watching
Pros & Cons
- Class and sophistication
- The well-preserved historical touches
- The stunning tropical gardens leading down to the sea
- Very expensive