Located in the heart of the Golden Mile of Marbella, next to the Exhibition and Congress Center and just minutes from Old Town, Senator Marbella Spa Hotel is situated steps from the beach. The Malaga Airport is 52 kilometers away and the Marbella Bus Station is 3 kilometers from the hotel. Museo del Bonsai, Museo del Grabado Español and Plaza de los Naranjos Contemporáneo are nearby. Puerto Banús, a world famous port known for its luxurious yachts, expensive cars, designer shops and trendy discos, is just a five minute drive from the hotel. For golf lovers, Marbella offers the highest concentration of golf courses in continental Europe. The city is also known for its gastronomy with over 600 restaurants offering the finest seafood and local Mediterranean dishes.
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Sunbathing, swimming in the tranquil waters of the Mediterranean, having lunch at a beachside restaurant, enjoying a drink in an exclusive beach club are just a few of the options on Marbella's 27.9 kilometers of beaches, the finest on the Costa del Sol. With over 325 sunny days a year and a benevolent climate, there are a myriad of beaches to suit all tastes.
If there is one place where exclusivity, glamour and elegance truly come together, it is the world-famous Puerto Banús. With its spectacular boats, dream cars, shops with the most exclusive brand names, restaurants, bars and discotheques, Puerto Banús is the tourist essence of Marbella.
Very few world capitals can boast three Michelin star restaurants. The standard of cuisine and varieties of national and international food that Marbella offers are extraordinary. With over 600 restaurants to choose from, the avant-garde and traditional blend in Marbella.
Marbella is a marriage of cultures. It is not only a place to relax and take in the scenery but a place of culture and the arts. There are concerts at the Arabic walls, museums featuring works by Picasso, Miró, Tapies and Chillida and Roman archaeological sites to explore.
One of the most beautiful and best-preserved historical centers anywhere in Andalucía is Plaza de Los Naranjos (Orange Square), where the 16th Century Town Hall building is located. The Plaza hosts the lively and popular San Bernab Festival and the impressive Semana Santa (Holy Week). Marbella is mindful of its origins and equally proud of them.
Awarded the title of European Town of Sport 2009, Davis Cup host Marbella offers a world of sporting opportunities. From football to horseback riding, baseball to basketball, beach volleyball to paddle ball and American football, Marbella contains one of the Mediterranean's most comprehensive range of sports, with tennis, golf and water sports being the most popular. Marbella also has the largest number of golf courses in continental Europe with 16 of the highest quality courses nearby. Golf can be played 365 days a year without the need of a sweater. Water sports and boating abound on Marbella’s 27.9 kilometers of coastline which also features one of the best race courses on the Costa del Sol.
Large numbers of internationally-renowned establishments dedicated to preventive medicine, slimming and cosmetic surgery combined with Marbella’s unique microclimate complete the picture, making it one of tourist Europe's top health destinations.
The famous and charismatic mountain that shelters Marbella, the Concha, which is very close to the Sierra de la Nieves Nature Park, has been named a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. There is abundant nature just waiting to be discovered and appreciated right on Marbella's doorstep.
The best and most exclusive brand names in the world can be found at Puerto Banús. In Old Town and Avda, there are charming shops. There is also shopping at Ricardo Soriano as well as huge weekly markets and shopping centers.
Marbella is a vibrant 24-hour town, and features Spain's top night spots, which range from large but exclusive discotheques to pubs and chill outs, in the ports and on the beach fronts.