Penthouse with fantastic sea and mountain views ,extends to 106m2, spacious and light with 2 double bedrooms, 2 Super King Size beds which can convert to 4 twin beds. Master bedroom has fully Porcelanosa cream tiled en suite bathroom, white bath suite. One walk-in shower in the second bathroom off the hallway. Tasteful classic decor, double leather quality sofa beds in the lounge & 2 futon cubes from TheFutonCompany. Glossy black 42 inch LCD in the spacious high ceiling lounge, with 2 sliding patio doors leading directly on to the huge wraparound terrace. LCD TVs in bedrooms, Cable TV.Fully equipped kitchen, chrome appliances includes fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, Ice machine, toaster,kettle,microwave, Nespresso machine,Jug blender.The wrap around terrace is a huge 136m2 with fitted BBQ,furnished with sun beds, round marble table and 6 chairs, heater, outdoor jacuzzi Shower,Softub Hot tub,Part Covered terrace for Al fresco dining in the Costa Del Sol's microclimate. As the Penthouse is on the top floor this allows lots of privacy and exceptional views of the mountains to one side,and the pretty hillside villas on the other side and best of all views across the Mediterranean where you may see the cruise ships passing in the night! Bring your binoculars!
Entertainment: There is so much to entertain all tastes, and all budgets. Puerto Banus has the famous stretch of bars, restaurants, clubs where you can sip your drinks overlooking the Marina. Especially good night spots are in Puerto Banus and Benalmadena marina, at the edge of the port & Olivia Valere in Istan for that late night dance. You may bump in to Antonio Banderas here! For lazy days lying on the beach try one of the many trendy beach clubs by the Sea or renowned Nikki Beach Club (also in St Tropez & Miami) where you can hire a great double sun bed, or even 4 poster sun beds, how romantic! Very relaxing music with excellent restaurants.
At the Benalmadena Port there is a huge selection of pizzeria, tapas bars, clubs, etc. Highly recommend Metro ,El Mero, Pinnocchios, or Jacks american. Train ride around the port, or take the cable car to view the whole area from above. Torrequebrada Casino has a great Dinner Show too. You could spend the day relaxing in the excellent Nagomi Spa on the Resort, (2 minutes walk).Better than many I have been to here in the UK including Hoar Cross Hall, Champneys, Springs, etc...
Peurto Banus & Marbella Old Town: Famous the world over, the glamorous marina of Puerto Banus, with its rows of impossibly luxurious yachts, is one of those places the rich, and famous get together. A place to be seen, yes, but also a wonderful place for people-watching, be it by day or as things start to heat up during the long summer nights. Super sleek yachts, limousines, and super powered sports cars, ( Kids love to watch these cars go by) designer boutiques and a collection of some of the finest restaurants, bars and clubs make this a classic in the time-honoured glamour-style of St Tropez and Monte Carlo.
Radiating out from Orange Square, less than a KM from the beach, Marbella's old town is a wonderful maze of beautifully kept historical houses, alleyways and secluded patios in the finest of Andalucian styles. Some of the best shops, restaurants, tapas bars are hidden away in the delightfully picturesque back streets, where it is a pleasure to wander. The Costa Del Sol has become very cosmopolitan, and has something to suit everyone's taste. Don’t forget to take time to explore around the nearest little white village Benalmadena Pueblo a real little gem of a place only a couple of KM away.
Day Trips: Hop across the Straits of Gibraltar, a short trip on ferry or high speed hydrofoil and you will be in Morocco in exotic places such as Tanger or Cueta, where Kasbahs, snake charmers and belly-dancers are still a part of every day life. Picasso Museum Malaga is an entire museum dedicated to its most illustrious son and puts Malaga on the map in the world of art, a must see! Riding into the Sunset, with the stud farms and proud equestrian heritage of Andalucia, the Costa Del Sol is endowed with a great many horse-riding centres where you can take lessons, rent gear and pick a fine horse to ride, but the more experienced horsemen and women may wish to explore the beautiful countryside or early morning beaches on horse back. Just picture yourself galloping along the beach. Gibraltar is only an hour’s drive away for shopping or dolphin watching tours. Sierra Nevada Ski Resort is only 2.5 hours drive away so set off early and you can hit the slopes skiing all day, and be back to lie on the beach by the afternoon. So many things to see and do in this part of Spain.Get the full listing »