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One of Marbella's original Golden Mile properties, Puente Romano has moved with the times since it first flung open its doors in 1979, maintaining a contemporary look throughout. Named for the first-century bridge which sits at its heart, once you've crossed its threshold you may never again wish to return to real life. A suites-only hotel with a smattering of high-end villas, it entirely justifies its luxury price-tag. Stay for two weeks and you could still eat at a different restaurant every night (with a spare), working off the calories at one of several swimming pools or gyms. As suited to families as it is holidaying couples, the only challenge is finding your way around its myriad facilities.

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Orla Thomas
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Orla Thomas is a freelance journalist and editor specialising in travel. She regularly contributes to The Times and The Sunday Times, National Geographic Traveller magazine and Lonely Planet, as well as writing about travel telly (among other things) for the Radio Times. Keen on nature walks and wild swimming, you can find her on both Instagram (@orlakthomas) and Twitter (@OrlaThomas).



The hotel sits on an extensive seaside promenade, great for walks, jogs or cycle rides in either direction.

The resort is located between Marbella and Puerto Banus. Enjoy a day trip to Malaga or inland to Ronda.
By plane: flights to Málaga from London and Manchester take under 3 hours. The hotel is a 40-minute drive from the airport. Free parking on-site.

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Style & Character

Though uncompromisingly stylish, the atmosphere at Puente Romano is resolutely inclusive and its relaxed informality suits couples as well as families travelling with children. From streams and waterfalls running through the gardens to baskets of wildflowers hanging from the ceiling, the hotel's design blurs the barriers between inside and out.

Service & Facilities

The offer of a glass of cava at check-in really helps guests feel like their holiday has started the moment they step out of the car.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Beachfront
  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa
  • Tennis court
  • Kids' club
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


The Royal Suite is unspeakably romantic, with a pair of plush daybeds on its panoramic terrace and a private Jacuzzi and sauna. The tea and coffee making facilities were especially welcome when it was a bit of a walk to breakfast - and the mini-bar was stuffed with high-end treats.

Junior Suite, Garden Suite, Deluxe Suite, Grand Suite, Mediterranean Suite, Royal Suite, Imperial Suite, Villa
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, Illy coffee machine, private terrace, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

Chiringuito sits on the sands and is a perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon in the sunshine. The peerless Nobu still draws crowds to the Plaza; its Omakase tasting menu is spectacular, featuring flavourful sashimi and the restaurant's signature dish of miso black cod.

Chiringuito: beachfront restaurant, Spanish cuisine. All-day dining.
Sea Grill: open-fire cooking, Mediterranean cuisine and fresh fish. All-day dining.
Leña: steakhouse resrtaurant by Dani García. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

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