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Take a walk through Marbella’s old town. Partially surrounded by the ruins of an old Arab wall with narrow white washed streets, old churches and squares, as well as lots of fascinating shops and boutiques At the heart of the old town is Orange Square which dates back to 1485 and, according to Christian urban design, is surrounded by whitewashed houses and three historical buildings – the town hall, the old governor’s house and the Chapel of Santiago. The gardens are full of brightly coloured flowers and orange trees and in the centre stands a bust of King Juan Carlos 1. Watch our newst video about Marbella’s Old Town which was made in Februar 2016 at the off season time. Marbella’s old town is very quite in this period of the year. Also alot of restaurants are close till easter time. But also in wintertime, there is always a nice feeling going around in Marbella’s old town, through the empty streets. We will make another Marbella old town walk in sommer time when the streets are crouded and the restaurants are full of tourists and locals also. Enjoy having a cafe in the sun or drink a glass of cava […]
Fridays Night at Bar Baró by Finca Besaya Guests were enjoying the sound of Finca Besaya by Mumm with resident Dany DJ, Guest DJ Nano and Garrido Dj from Beachgrooves radio. Further Performances · Saxo by Roberto Cantero and Gogo´s See also on www.marbellaevents.photos © all photos by MEG
The 10 best five-star hotels in Marbella for 2018 If you are looking for the best 5-star hotels in Marbella area, you will find a handful hotels which are famous for luxury, high standard and of course high prices. But Marbella is a dearly city and everyone knows that. So, if you count to the upper crust who want to spend holydays in Marbella, you will prefer to stay in one of the top hotels in Marbella. Not all hotels are on Marbellas beaches. This don’t means that the others are not worth to take a look on them. Here is the ranking for the 10 best five star hotels in Marbella for 2018 1 Marbella Club Hotel This luxurious beachfront hotel, located between Marbella and Puerto Banús, has 2 luxurious pools and 5 restaurants. Surrounded by lush gardens with direct beach access, it provides complimentary green fees at Marbella Club Golf Resort. Featuring bedrooms with a private terrace and sea or garden views, the Marbella Club Hotel was originally the private residence of Prince Alfonso von Hohenlohe, the founder of the hotel. The property has 5 restaurants, serving international and traditional Spanish cuisine. Puerto Banús features a wide range […]
New La Sala rewards loyalty card available now Sala Group gives away an amazing 250,000€ EUROS! The prestigious hospitality company Sala Group is giving away a quarter of a million Euros to their loyal customers as a special pre-Christmas treat! This unprecedented giveaway was created to thank the local community for all their support as La Sala enters its 8th year of being the only social and dining venue on the coast with live music 365 days a year! This November, Sala Group will be relaunching their Rewards loyalty card and as a special surprise every one of the 13,000 Rewards members that trade in their old card for their new card will instantly receive a 20€ bonus in points totaling over 250,000 euros. This 20€ can be spent in any of the Sala Group venues including the famed La Sala Banus, La Sala By The Sea, OAK Garden and Grill, Mahiki Beach, and as an additional bonus La Sala Chigwell in Essex. The previous card was only accepted in certain venues, however this new and improved card can be used at ALL venues where you can collect points and spend them at the venue of your choosing. For the […]
Sala Group announced its collaboration with Mahiki and confirmed the opening of their first joint venture ‚Mahiki by Sala‘ in 2017 in Marbella. Sala Group has recently been appointed the licensee for the number one celebrity destination in London – Mahiki. The beautiful Polynesian and tiki themed venue that first opened on Dover Street in 2005 quickly became well known for its celebrity clientele. Since then it has grown to become one of the world’s most famous night spots as well as an institution, with an array of fabulous awards behind it. Mahiki has attracted media attention as a favourite haunt of royals including Princes William and Harry as well as Kate Middleton and celebrities such as Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Kelly Rowland, Paris Hilton, Kate Moss, Beyonce, Jay-Z, Kim Kardashian and other A list celebrities. It is often referred to in the press as London’s most popular venue. In December 2011, Mahiki Dubai opened its doors in the world famous sprawling beachfront Jumeirah Beach Hotel and now this Spring 2017, Sala Group is proud to open the first Mahiki venue in Spain in a stunning beachfront location in Marbella. The menu will feature a mixture of original Spanish cuisine, expected to be found in a quality Spanish Chiringuito, along with some La Sala’s Signature dishes and the tropical grill menu of Mahiki. “We’re so excited for being chosen as the creators of the first […]
Christmas in and around Marbella I was asking by a friend what it’s like in Marbella during Christmas week? Well a lot and nothing. Basically, winter time in Marbella is boring. It’s quiet and empty. A lot of restaurants and nearly all the nice beach Chiringuitos are closed. The old town is nearly empty at all. Marbella and specially Puerto Banus it’s not what it is in summer time. Weather could be nice, up to 20 degrees at daytime, but nights are very cold. But you can have lunch outside sitting with only a T-shirt on. Winter in Marbella is good for golfers, and that’s it. But let’s go back to Xmas time. A lot of the available restaurant have Christmas lunch and dinner parties at the 24th 25th and 26th! it’s good to make a reservation to be on save side. Streets have nice Xmas lights all around. There are also some religious processions in Marbella, San Pedro and Malaga which are very nice to watch. I prefer to be in Marbella than in any other city in Europe during Xmas and new years’ time, well nearly any… You can take a look to the Xmas events in and […]
Costa del Sol enters phase 1 after 9 weeks of isolation
Costa del Sol enters phase 1 after 9 weeks of isolation
Finally, and with a week’s delay, restaurants with terraces are allowed to reopen in Marbella and Puerto Banus. Phase 1 after nine weeks of corona virus COVID-19 lockdown was rung in and finally, the residents are allowed to meet again in small groups of up to 10 people. All restaurants that have a terrace are allowed to reopen with 50% capacity. Also, golf is allowed again.
At a local inspection, today on the first day in phase 1 after Corona lockdown in Puerto Banus some shops had already opened. But all restaurants and bars were still closed. Probably most of them will not open before the weekend. We from Marbella Events Guide will keep you informed.
Here’s a video of today as we pass through the marina in Puerto Banus, Marbella.