Amàre Marbella Beach Hotel reopens on 2 March, 2018

Offering guests a sophisticated oasis from which to discover the wealth of arts, culture and natural beauty of the stunning region of Marbella, the luxury, adult-only Amàre Marbella Beach Hotel will officially reopen for the year on 2 March, 2018.

Following the reopening, guests will experience a new Latin American dining concept, a fresh live music and arts calendar and a revamped wellness programme to compliment the hotel’s superb beach club, sensational spa and outstanding service.

New for 2018, Amàre Marbella’s Verité terrace will be taken over by Michelin-starred chef, Mauricio Giovanini, who will transform the beachside venue into Marbella’s first and only Latin American restaurant from mid-June to mid-September.

Giovanini, who won a Michelin Star for his Messina Restaurant, will bring his experience and flair to Verité, serving up a fusion of flavours from Colombia, Mexico, Argentina, Peru and Brazil in a fun, casual atmosphere with live music, cooking stations and cocktails bars.

Amàre Marbella will continue to offer guests a packed programme of live music, with jazz, soul and Flamenco at Amàre Lounge and new DJs lined up to play at Belvue rooftop bar, where guests can enjoy stunning 360° views over the Mediterranean Sea, Marbella’s Old Town and the majestic Sierra Blanca mountain range.

With Amàre Marbella‘s revamped health and wellness programme, guests looking to keep up their fitness can take advantage of personal training sessions offered by the hotel, while those looking for something a little more relaxing can join twice weekly Yoga classes on the beach, listening to the sounds of the sea lapping the shores. 

Just a five-minute stroll from the buzzing centre of Old Town Marbella and its marina, the stunning, beachfront set Amàre Marbella is an ideal base to explore the surrounding region.

Hikers and cyclists can head to the beautiful Sierra de las Nieves or La Verada del Faro with striking landscapes such as the Mirador de los Gitanos and the Puerto de las Pitas, while those looking to discover more on the doorstep can hop on a bike and use the hotel’s cycling map to find all the best local spots for a coffee or some retail therapy.

Alternatively, for the designer brand names and shimmering superyachts, the glitzy marina of Puerto Banus is just 10km away from the hotel.

Marbella can be reached in just two and a half hours from the UK with daily flights to Malaga Airport and a 45-minute car transfer to the hotel.

Nightly rates start from £200 in an ‘I Was Here’ room on a bed and breakfast basis including complimentary daily sunbeds, use of the Technogym and WiFi.

For more information, and to book your stay, please Click Here.

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