|Most expensive month:||August|
|Average price in Marbella:||$211/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$26/night|
|Most expensive day:||Thursday|
Hotel Monarque El Rodeo
Calle de Victor de la Serna, Marbella, Andalusia, Spain
Paloma Blanca Boutique Hotel
Urbanizacion Cortijo Blanco, C/ Pablo Picasso 12-14, Marbella, Andalusia, Spain
Nobu Hotel Marbella
Avenida Bulevar Príncipe Alfonso de Hohenlohe, Marbella, Andalusia, Spain
The Westin La Quinta Golf Resort & Spa, Benahavis, Marbella
Urbanizacion La Quinta Golf, Marbella, Andalusia, Spain
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Nestled on Spain’s picturesque Costa del Sol, Marbella is a scenic coastal city where the Sierra Blanca mountains are separated from a palm-lined beach by glitzy clubs, fine-dining restaurants and a charming old town. With a history dating back to Roman times, Marbella provides enough cultural intrigue to match its luxury yachts and uninterrupted Alboran Sea views.
If you prefer to see the historic side of Marbella, navigate your way down the narrow cobblestone streets and bustling plazas of the city’s old town. Despite the modern wealth, this is still a thriving area with authentic Spanish eateries, art galleries and shops selling artisan goods. Make sure you spend a moment in the 15th-century Plaza de los Naranjos under the orange trees.
Got the kids with you? Take a scenic 40-minute drive or bus ride up the coast to Selwo Marina, a small aquarium with bottlenose dolphins, reptiles and native birds. You can also watch penguin feedings or take a guided tour. On the way back, stop by Sohail Castle, a 10th-century fortification built overlooking the Alboran Sea. It also boasts excavated stone ruins and is often used for music concerts.
You’ll find a feast of international and local food in Marbella, from Michelin-starred restaurants to beachfront tapas bars and vegan cafes. Enjoy cocktails and beach vistas at Amare Beach Club Marbella, before dining on fresh seafood at Restaurante La Barca.
Make sure you save time for relaxing on one of Marbella’s many beaches, including Fontanilla, an ideal spot for water sports. Go to Nagüeles for golden sand landscapes or La Bajadilla to relax in the tranquil waters. If you prefer a lively atmosphere, head out to Banana Beach for live music bars.
There are numerous taxis and inter-city buses servicing Marbella, which is also quite easy to walk around. The closest airport is Málaga-Costa Del Sol, which is connected to Marbella via bus or hire car.
Hotel Don Pepe Gran Meliá (8.7/10 from 672 reviews), Lucero 12 Marbella Hostal Boutique (9.1/10 from 573 reviews), and Hotel Guadalmina, managed by Barceló Hotel Group (8.3/10 from 2,441 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Marbella.
Iberostar Selection Marbella Coral Beach is a good hotel close to Puerto Banus Marina - it has scored 8.5 over 714 reviews from HotelsCombined users.
For a good hotel near to Marbella City Centre, consider Hotel Lima - Adults Recommended - it is rated 8.9/10 from 930 HotelsCombined reviews.
A good hotel near Plaza de Toros is Hotel Lima - Adults Recommended, which has been rated 8.9/10 by 930 HotelsCombined user reviews.
Hotels in Marbella cost an average of $785/night according to HotelsCombined data in the last 72 hours. A 4- or 5-star hotel in Marbella had higher average prices of $507/night and $1,193/night, respectively.
HotelsCombined users have found cheap hotels in Marbella starting from $76 per night in the last 3 days.
A hotel in Marbella tonight can start as low as $99 for the night, with an average cost of $870, based on HotelsCombined searches over the last 72 hours. For a 4-star hotel in Marbella tonight, prices start from $260.