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Costa del Sol / Marbella Club Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa

Evolving from an abandoned finca to a royalty-welcoming guest house, this long-established property – once Prince Alfonso’s private residence – flows with old-school charm.

In a destination where image is everything, this wholesome wonderland welcomes back its loyal guests, young and old, each year. Within this tree-sheltered haven, it’s down by the pool that makes for a central meeting hub for families. Where parents and grandparents tell of their day spent cooking with a local Spanish family, and children gush about their time making pizzas and mixing fragrances from the ingredients they tended in their own garden patch.

Unlike its neighbouring beach clubs, this is where the health-conscious can get their brisk reboot treatments or week-long wellness programmes; gliding from aerial yoga and thalassotherapy by day, to sipping coupes of champagne under low lights by night. While new mums in search of some me-time reflect on their deeply healing and nurturing postnatal treatments, a speciality of the hotel. Reach out for a whole host of experiences in the surrounds, whether your bag is history (day trips to the likes of Granada and The Alhambra palace), food (cookery classes and cheese workshops), wildlife (whale and dolphin watching), culture (everything from polo to flamenco) or water sports (sailing school and kitesurfing with a ten times world champion) – to name just a few of the tantalising options.

Travel notes:

  • 35 rooms; 80 suites; 14 villas
  • 8 restaurants and bars including a waterfront chiringuito
  • Spa with themed wellness retreats and special programmes for children and teens
  • Equestrian centre offering countryside treks and tennis at nearby sister property
  • Minimec-designed Kids Club at the heart of the hotel
  • Dave Thomas-designed golf course reserved exclusively for residents, with unlimited number of green fees and a shuttle service

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When to visit Spain

Mainland Spain’s climate varies from temperate in the north to dry and hot in the south. Spring and autumn are pleasant and warm whereas July and August are hot, particularly inland. In Mallorca sunshine and warm temperatures are the norm from April to October with the cooling influence of the sea preventing excessive temperatures during the peak summer months, winters are mild and dry with occasional showers. Tenerife and Gran Canaria are year-round destinations, the climate being constantly warm for most of the year with July and August being hot.

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