Hotels in Marbella
Hotels in the centre of MarbellaSee all
Apartamentos El Huerta Chica
Marbella 28 yd from city centre
Located in Marbella in the Andalucía region, with Casablanca Beach and Marbella Bullring nearby, Apartamentos El Huerta...
Marbella 87 yd from city centre
This charming, small guesthouse is located in the narrow, whitewashed streets of Marbella’s old town – an authentically...
Marbella 87 yd from city centre
This stylish city hotel is located in the tourist centre, close to Almeda Park. It is just a short 250-metre...
Marbella 93 yd from city centre
Situated 400 metres from Venus Beach, this guest house offers air-conditioned rooms with a flat-screen TV. Hostal Enriqueta...
Monarque El Rodeo
Marbella 129 yd from city centre
This beach hotel lies at the heart of Marbella. The old town is a stone's throw away, as is the nearest beach,...
Hostal del Pilar
Marbella 130 yd from city centre
The Hostel is centrally situated in the historical old town of Marbella, a 5-minute walk from the beach. Although Marbella...
Puerta De Aduares
Marbella 213 yd from city centre
This apartment complex is a 3-minute walk (50 metres) from the centre and about 500 m (roughly a 5-minute walk from the beach....
Book your cheap hotel in Marbella
Famous and admired the world over, Marbella is the capital of the popular Costa del Sol region. Offering a unique mix of luxury beach life and more traditional Andalusian culture, a holiday in Marbella offer the best of both worlds. With a beautiful marina, fine dining restaurants, and world-class shopping, Marbella exudes a whiff of class lacking in other Costa destinations.
Marbella is filled with affordable accommodation options from B&Bs to excellent hostels. Guests can choose to stay in any part of the town which appeals most to their holiday style.
Neighbourhoods of Marbella
A few of the must-visit neighbourhoods that Marbella boasts are the Old Town for a taste of traditional Andalusian culture and architecture, Barrio Alto for streets filled with beautiful restaurants and cafes, and Fisherman’s Quarter to experience some of the classical seafront culture of the Mediterranean city.
What to see and do in Marbella
Some of the top rated attractions and sights in Marbella include Ermita de Santiago, a 16th century church on the Plaza de los Naranjos, a beautiful 18th century park called Paseo del Alameda, the shopping centre in Puerto Banús and of course, the favourite beach in the city, the Playa Real de Zaragoza
What to eat in Marbella
Marbella has a rich culinary tradition that includes dishes like Gambas al pipil, which are garlic prawns, espetos de sarindas, which are sardine roasted over an open flame, and gazpacho, which is a deliciously refreshing cold soup.
Typical events and festivals in Marbella
There is always something going on in Marbella. Typical events include the Semana Santa which is a week of Easter celebrations, the Arte Sano Festival that celebrates alternative arts every July and the huge annual Feria summer fair that is an explosion of music, food and culture.
How to move around in Marbella
There are plentiful and regular bus services that operate around all of Marbella, and lots of different taxi firms too. Train travel is also popular into and out of the city, and tickets for several options can be booked through our website.
The climate in Marbella
Marbella enjoys a beautiful Mediterranean climate all year round. Scorching hot in the summer and pleasantly mild in the winter, it is t-shirt weather 365 days of the year, perfect for holidays at any time.
More interesting facts and sights in Marbella
Did you know that Marbella is home to some of the most expensive and luxurious properties in Spain and has more than 70 golf courses? Marbella is also one of Europe’s greenest cities.