Marbella Club, Spain
The Marbella Club is a beach resort that offers a unique blend of old and new, located in a natural paradise on the shores of the Mediterranean. We invite our guests to enjoy the most exclusive luxuries in a relaxed and intimate setting at our hotel in Marbella, surrounded by exuberant gardens steeped in history and pampered by the best climate in Europe.
When describing the meaning of luxury, Prince Alfonso von Hohenlohe always used a very specific definition: “A blend of privacy and gardens”. This is a perfect description of the Marbella Club Hotel. Located on the Mediterranean, the beach front Marbella boutique Hotel has 84 rooms and 37 elegant suites nestled amongst lush gardens designed by the Prince himself.
In addition, there are 14 Andalucían-style Marbella luxury villas with their own gardens, pools and some with kitchens for maximum convenience and privacy. These give the setting the characteristic appearance of an idealized but authentic classic whitewashed village of Andalucía.
Tranquility, space, intimacy, nature: absolute luxury.
The culinary offerings at the Marbella Club Hotel are simply spectacular. Our renowned chef, Juan Gálvez, the Hotel’s Executive Chef, designs the menus of all our Marbella restaurants.
The famous Beach Club buffet, the romantic Grill Restaurant, the avant garde MC Café, the brand new MC Beach and the delightful Pool Bar and, of course, the Golf Resort Club House restaurant, all have their own style and provide a wide assortment of quality options to accommodate the variety of our guests’ preferences at any given time.
Whether it’s a light or hearty breakfast, an informal lunch, or an elegant and sophisticated evening meal, there are many options, all offering delicious dishes and the exquisite service that characterizes the Marbella Club Hotel.
JUAN GÁLVEZ :
“My passion for cooking began at home at an early age. At fourteen, I started working in a grand hotel as an apprentice, learning classic culinary disciplines. In 1979 I was lucky to start working at the Puente Romano Hotel under the great chef Simón Padilla, who increased my understanding of haute cuisine. In 1989 I won first prize as the best Chef de Cuisine on Tenerife. At that time I travelled frequently to France, Catalonia and the Basque Country in order to broaden my proffessional experience. In 1998 I was named Chef/Director of the restaurant at the Jardín Tropical and in 2000 I gained my first Michelin star.
In 2001 I was offered the position of Executive Chef at the Marbella Club Hotel and I accepted the challenge of directing the kitchen of one of Europe’s most prestigious hotels. There are several Marbella restaurants in the Hotel, each with its own style and menu, and I am in charge of designing all the menus.
I wake up every morning inspired to give my best and to continue doing so for many years to come.”
The Marbella Club Thalasso Spa is, without a doubt, one of the best Marbella spas. Located on the beach, with the Mediterranean at its doorstep, our spa occupies 800 square meters equipped with the state-of-the-art facilities, including a dynamic indoor sea-water pool, hammams (Turkish baths), saunas, a relaxation room overlooking the sea, and 12 treatment rooms.
The Marbella Club Thalasso Spa offers a full range of thalassotherapy and beauty treatments, with Rejuvenation, Weight Loss and Anti-Stress Programmes, as well as our new and exclusive treatments, such as the holistic and stabilizing ShiTao massages and Sea Creation, facial massages with seashells.
But that is not all in terms of health and well-being. Our guests can also enjoy our heated outdoor pools and the renowned state-of-the-art Puente Romano Tennis & Fitness club, located at the Puente Romano Hotel, a 5 minute walk away.
If you would like to request a detailed brochure about the programme of our Marbella spa hotel, or should you need additional information, just send us an e-mail. We will be delighted to help you.
The Latin saying “Sanus per Aquam” dates from a tradition that preceded the ancient civilization of Rome and which used thermal springs and sea water for therapeutic purposes. The ancient Greeks and Egyptians, who recognized the revitalizing and enhancing properties of sea water, used sea water to improve their health. An offspring of that time-tested tradition, modern Thalassotherapy continues to base its treatments on a combination of sea water, seaweed and heat, in conjunction with scientific procedures and criteria and state-of-the-art technologies.
Thalassotherapy is ideal for stress reduction, increasing blood circulation, as well as for boosting the immune system and relaxing muscular tension. It softens the skin while adding tone and firmness to the figure. The treatment itself is a pleasure, and the results are immediately noticeable.