Stayed at Puente Romano for 1-week to enjoy a week of sun, sport & good food & stay in a good location not far from Puerto Banus & found all these. So the hotel is very clean & the grounds are pretty. The room was a great size but fairly dark & the view from the balcony was fairly uninspriring but to be honest we didn't stay in the room much.
We love our sport & the gym is a good size, the run to Puerto Banus in the morning is a good way to start the day but the tennis facilities are out of this world. Coaching is fairly pricey but the tennis receptionist put me in a group session & then I joined in some doubles so I had 2.5hrs tennis for €26 which was amazing & absolutely exhausting!
We enjoyed our meals in Roberto's looking out to sea & although expensive was well worth it due to the quality & service. We didn't spend too much time around the pools & the lunch menu was pretty expensive. We went to Puro Beach a few times (towards Estepona) & loved chilling out at this complex. The beds cost €50 for 2 for the day but well worth the relaxation, the beautiful 25m pool & the very reasonable selection of restaurants in the complex (Laguna Village).
Best food.......?...well Roberto's at the hotel & for fish, Cipriano's in Puerto Banus.
I would definitely go back & if you have a car this hotel is a great location & offers great value if you make the most use of the facilities. Just be careful if Friday is your last night & you venture in to the nightclub....we spent loads, stayed for hours & travelled back on Saturday not feeling quite as refreshed as we should have been!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Puente Romano Beach Resort & SPA Marbella, member of The Leading Hotels of the World, is situated on the southern coast of Spain in the Costa del Sol within the "Golden Mile", a residential area between Marbella and Puerto Banus, just 35 minutes' drive from Malaga Airport.The heart of the Resort and its social focus is the Roman Bridge (Puente Romano) from which the property takes its name. This ancient artefact from the first century is a remaining structure of a road which once linked Cadiz with Rome, the Via Augusta.Resembling an Andalusian village, the 278 spacious guest rooms are spread in 27 three-storey villas, scattered around 55.000 sq. m. of lush, sub-tropical landscaped gardens, gently cascading down to the Mediterranean Sea. Over 400 species of plant life have been brought to the gardens from all around the world, many literally in a suitcase courtesy of HRH Principe Alfonso de Hohenlohe, the founder of the Puente Romano. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Puente Romano Hotel
- Puente Romano Marbella