Welcome to Puente Romano, Marbella’s most sought after beach resort. With a village-style feel instead of a typical resort atmosphere, you can indulge in our spa and wellness facilities, open air courtyard (perfect for cocktails and catch ups), botanical gardens, world famous tennis courts, and 11 different restaurants all with unique menus.
The best things in life are not things, and here at Puente Romano, you can discover all that life has to offer. Take your first steps and explore.
New Villas at Puente Romano Beach Resort & Spa
Luxury resort Puente Romano Beach Resort & Spa in Marbella, now invites guests to truly make themselves at home thanks to its three deluxe new villas. Combining authentic Andalusian design with modern style, these retreats promise a perfectly private base within reach of the resort’s world-class facilities as well as much more thanks to having a Mercedes A-Class to borrow to explore this fascinating region of Southern Spain.
Interior designer Jean-Pierre Martel has lavished La Pereza (pictured) with Greek marble, blended soft sandy beiges with warm pebbley greys. It has a large private garden with outdoor dining area and a pool and two bedrooms offer spectacular sea views, and a master bedroom’s ensuite bathroom which has a deep soaking Jacuzzi, double vanity and rain shower looking out at the Med, too. Ideal for families, Villa Margarita incorporates three bedrooms and bathrooms, a kitchenette with dining area for up to six guests, entertainment room, and private pool with a dazzling backdrop of white Dolomite rock landscaping and hanging bougainvillea. Villa Armonia is a five-bedroom property offering sea views as well as a beautiful spacious private garden and pool.
Set on the famous Golden Mile between Marbella and Puerto Banus, only 45 minutes from Malaga Airport it’s an oasis of tranquil sub-tropical gardens with nine restaurants including Michelin-starred dining, extensive health and leisure facilities including the award-winning Tennis & Fitness Club.
Situated on Marbella`s Golden Mile, Puente Romano is named after the ancient Roman bridge at the center of its lush sub-tropical gardens. Built in the style of an Andalusian village, the lifestyle resort was opened in 1979 and has been a fashionable getaway ever since, with all the spacious rooms and suites benefiting from large private balconies. Directly on the beach with three swimming pools, a state-of-the-art fitness center and world famous tennis club, Puente Romano is a sporting paradise. Guests enjoy exclusive access to the Marbella Club Golf Resort, one of the most scenic courses on the coast. For gourmets, Puente Romano offers nine different restaurants including a gluten free deli and a two Michelin Restaurant. An inspiring Six Senses SPA overlooking the Mediterranean Sea concludes the leisure offer of this unique resort.