- Individually adjustable air conditioning
- Individually adjustable heating
- Room size (sqm): 20
- Internet access
- Direct dial telephone
- Number of bedrooms: 1
- Closest airport: 52.8Km to Malaga - Pablo Ruiz Picaso Airport (AGP)
- 0.8km to beach
- 0.6km to town centre
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
Ideally located in the heart of the commercial and financial district of Marbella and at only a few steps from the beach, this stylish hotel is a great choice to spend a memorable ... Continue reading
Ideally located in the heart of the commercial and financial district of Marbella and at only a few steps from the beach, this stylish hotel is a great choice to spend a memorable vacation in one of the most popular cities of Spain. Guests can easy reach the historic centre of the city as well as many of the best bars, restaurants and entertainment options of the area. After spending the day on the beach, playing golf or exploring the vibrant city, travellers can relax in the comfort of their rooms and enjoy many facilities such as free Wi-Fi, minibar, air-conditioning and a satellite TV. The on-site restaurant proposes a combination of traditional Mediterranean cuisine with a touch of creativity, as well as some international specialities. The establishment also features an inviting lobby and a terrace, where guests may spend some relaxing moments while enjoying the great Mediterranean climate.
- Air conditioning
- Free WiFi
- Non smoking rooms
- Safety deposit box
- 24hr Reception
- Fax/photocopying (Additional charge)
- Laundry (Additional charge)
- Room service
- Tour desk
- VIP room facilities
To make booking a holiday at Baviera in Marbella easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Baviera with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above.
Situated 25 miles (40km) southwest of Malaga, the few miles of coast between Marbella and Puerto Banus is Spain's answer to Monte Carlo. Spain's elite, and Britain's more successful felons, have flashy holiday homes in the surrounding hills, and swanky yachts in the marina. Marbella is the Costa del Sol's best quality holiday resort - the restaurants and bars are more stylish (and expensive) and the town has been spared the worst excesses of concrete development that have blighted neighbours such as Torremolinos.
The old town of Marbella is hidden away and retains some of its medieval charm, and has some good clothes shops and restaurants. The more exclusive Puerto Banus, six miles (10km) to the west, is where you will find the casino and the seriously large yachts. Those holiday visitors who drive just a few miles inland, to the villages in the hills around Ronda, will discover a Spain completely untouched by tourism with village markets and tapas bars to be explored.
There is a casino, mega-bowling hall and go-kart track close to town, while the Crocodile Park and Fuengirola Zoo are a short drive away. Local flamenco shows are also fun.
Eating out in Marbella tends to be pricey although there are plenty of good value fish and chips venues around the sea-front promenade. Beach bars offer good pub grub and excellent views at sunset. Tapas is always a good bet, as is the local fish, particularly in paella. Avoid eating the widely touted Chanquetes - tiny, deep-fried baby fish - which are endangered.
Marbella's best bars are Ana Marias, La Notte Piano Bar and Stones Music Bar. Clubs worth trying while on holiday in Marbella are the legendary Nikki Beach, long-standing favourite Dreamers Disco, Suite del Mar and Olivia Valere. Dress codes are the norm in Marbella, and entrance fees often higher than those of Madrid and Barcelona. The Golden Mile in Marbella is the place to be seen and tourists in Marbella should expect to rub shoulders with the rich and famous including many well-known celebrities and even members of the Saudi royal family.
The best shopping is at the markets, which are a focal point of local life. Marbella has a good Monday market at Recinto Ferial de Arroyo Primero, and an antiques market on Fridays in the old town. Good buys in Marbella include Moorish pottery, copies of designer clothing, and Andalucian crafts such as shirts and leather shoes. Tourists should expect to bargain hard on all items from fresh produce to Spanish tourist souvenirs and clothing.
Marbella can be expensive when compared to smaller towns on the coast; it has also grown into a busy and modern place, with little of the old world charm that attracted many visitors here twenty years ago.
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Hotel address : Camino del Calvario, 4, Marbella, Costa del Sol, Spain, 29602
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