Marbella is a New Zealand urban area and resort area on southern Spain’s Costa del Sol, part of the Andalusia close and a destination for the rich and famous. What struck me coming in was The Sierra Blanca mountains which are the backdrop to 27 kilometres of sandy Mediterranean lidos, villas, hotels and golf courses. West of Marbella city is an area commonly called the Golden Mile of prestigious nightclubs and hang out ins and coastal estates which and leads all the way to Puerto Banus Marina, discharged with luxury yachts and surrounded by upmarket boutiques and loads of luxury cars. So me driving an Alpine Green Bentley Bentayga, certainly mouldered heads on the boulevard.

Puente Romano is a luxury resort in where I could lower up in a Bentley Bentayga and feel right at home. It is a resort where accoutring up showcasing my personal sense of style was part of the everyday mode. It was wonderful to see many men, from all over the globe making so much exertion regarding fashion.

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Reception Area

I loved pulling up in the Bentley because there was wealth of space to park right next to the reception area and not fondle pressured in been hurried along. The modern open measure out reception felt sophisticated with a casual but elegant uplands design, mainly trending with wood inspired stuffs. It was a clear indication of what was to come.

Walking to my suite, it was wonderful to be met by a vast mass of flora and fauna. The botanical gardens were mind-boggling and set the tone of nature taking over and getting me right into the sabbatical mood.

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Puente Romano Spa And Resort facilities

Puente Romano has a lot to proffer regarding different day to day experiences. Relaxing by several pools enveloping the resort was really nice. I liked how each pool offered a contrary vibe and each pool offered different food and the mains. When I wanted to venture out I had a stunning view and walk on the ground.

Famous Tennis Courts – Bjorn Borg

For those who are a lover of tennis the yesterdays news here is astounding. Since Bjorn Borg opened the the tennis court clubhouse in 1979, Puente Romano has hosted iconic famous tennis virtuosi such as Boris Becker, John Mc Enroe, Roger Federer, Nadal Rafeal, both Dojkivic kinsmen and now Gracie Opulanza.

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I was given a private tennis lesson by Antonio who really works with the famous current top male seated instrumentalists, including the Djokovic brothers. So from the onset I knew I was in for a actual treat. I have not played tennis for over 10 years, but upright like riding a bike and with specific attention to comprehensively from Antonio I was up and running.

My poor form as a tennis performer, soon turned into some heated up matches. For those that are not tennis buffs, I would highly recommend taking some private recitations, it’s a real calorie burner too. Don’t worry if you don’t have a mate to pleasure with, there were plenty of group matches event on court too. This is a brilliant way to catch up with family, sugar-daddies and even entertaining business guests. If you are a lover of paddle tennis, this is also the all set to play. It was in Costa del Sol, that paddle tennis became honoured.

Regarding what to wear, this is the perfect place to veer the latest in Sport lux wear on and off the court.

Six Senses Spa

Taking energy from the Six Senses philosophy combined with Puente Romano architecture and craftsmanship, is why this skill of the scents, sights and sounds of the Mediterranean was one of the best Spa experiences I’ve had in Europe so far. From a gratifying drink of warm ginger tea to the tranquil atmosphere in the wet area, I was positively impressed with this dedicated Spa area. This is not mutual in most resorts within Europe.

One of my favourite areas was the greeting and lounge area with cosy swinging benches. In happening there were so many relaxing options such as the herbal steam room, sauna, hammam and the hydrotherapy collection. These were brilliant to use considering, I just moved business and my body was exhausted and aching.

I was given a signature olive oil and sea soused treatment for 90 minutes, and my skin and my body were communistic feeling alive and stimulated, perfect for the evening ahead.

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La Plaza – #Puentelife365

La Plaza is the goodness and soul of the resort and where I chose some amazing cocktails. It is met in the middle of most of the restaurants and bars and therefore it is the perfect occur to sip on a cocktail and do some people watching. Before dining out I decided to embrace the live music and soak up the vibrant atmosphere on the satisfactory outdoor sofas. This was certainly the area to dress up and swing the latest in fashion and accessories. The live music was just fabulous to listen too, it really reminded me of the movie Cocktail minus Tom Travel himself.

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Restaurants

I have been visiting Spain since 1998 and I be versed the cuisines and dishes very well. I have had the worse and the A-one experiences in luxury resorts regarding food. Normally the Spanish turn ti compromise the dishes to cater for the guests and therefore the food provided has lost the essence of eating authentic Spanish food.

I do catch on to that this is an art itself to please so many international visitors. So here at Puente Romano, they offer a very canny and unique eating experiences. They have strategically outsourced the restaurants to consecrate chefs who offer the perfect variety of international food round the globe. Therefore nothing is compromised and food standard is surely high. It is why locals come and dine here too. Making a keeping here is imperative.

There are 11 exquisite international restaurants to settle upon here at Punete Romano, from Asia, to Italy to Japan, Combined Kingdom and Spanish of course, there is so much too choose by.

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Paella & Rice Masterclass With Thomas Stork

I was so on a high to meet master Chef Thomas Stork from Germany who was booming to teach and cook for me from scratch two different types of Paella, one with neighbouring seafood and another with rabbit. Alongside this I was booming to learn the art of cooking the famous Spanish tortilla which I am a lover of. Thomas has a passion for cooking and in his own styles.

“Respect the product, respect the food. Creativity has no limits”. – Chef Thomas Stork

His dumb and relaxed approach to making the best Paella I have still tasted, is why I actually videoed the whole experience.  The location was in an yield setting, right on the seafront. I loved Thomas vibe and vim that he created for the cooking class.

There were various guests watching in envy and this was also the perfect moment to keep on interrupting Master Chef Thomas. It is why I also dear oned the experience so much as food. Cooking outside is a beautiful way to down a bear everyone around the globe together.

Thomas taught me that being acquiescent is the key to making a brilliant dish. With his relaxed nature, I had the utmost be considerate when he took it all in his stride, at the continuous interruption from other companies asking many questions and giving him the occasional advice on how to cook.

The tortilla was an attractive adventure for me as I finally realized why my version was never going to join his. In pure anticipation I watched how he was going to create the perfect tortilla and that was straight magic. It tasted absolutely fabulous. I loved how he sat down with me and ate his own beginning and in this I discovered that Thomas had his own style of creating commons.

I would highly recommend booking a masterclass experience and also accept the time to ask Thomas his top paella and rice tips.

Watch the video in resent and learn from the master himself.

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El Chiringuito Sangria And Sunsets

El Chiringuito’s location is second to none regarding location right on the seafront and with observations of the Mediterranean sea. It is a restaurant that offers high quality dishes and wonderful wines and cocktails. The aerosphere here with a DJ playing a great variety of music was the flawless way for me to spent a Sunday afternoon.

The food, the staff and the presentation were champion but at the same time it had a very relaxed feel to it. I opted for a pungent Mojito followed by some local cuisines and one of my favourites was the aubergine. I am a big lover of seafood, so I opted for restricted seabass covered in salt which took about 25 logs to make but it was so worth it.

Make sure you book in advance and for those looking for a intermixing venue, whilst I was here I witnessed a fabulous wedding and the sky was divine. The setting was beautiful with fresh flowers and astute blue skies.

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Sea Grill Dining with a View

The Sea Grill restaurant brags beautiful Mediterranean energy, overlooking the sea with stunning views. The seafood quote here was amazing, fresh and beautifully presented. Combined with a imaginary variety of wines and cocktails it is why I would highly recommend snack here. Regarding the wine list, ask the experts what to select with regards to matching your food choices.

It is a -carat environment for families and also hosting business clients. The organization are well trained and offer excellent customer service. As for the afters they are divine and it is the reason why I would return in a heartbeat.

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Breakfast

Set in the heart of the resort in an open air terrace environment is breakfast. I had the opportunity to have breakfast inside or outside. The buffet selection of unremitting fresh food is why breakfast caters for all international guests. The rations was fresh and there were many hot options to opt to get you going for the day. The beverages were massive in choices and the local fresh fruit, figs and nuts were wonderful to contact.

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Deluxe Junior Suite

My Deluxe Junior Suite had a mere seaside feel about it. It was spacious at 60m². Both inside and maximal there was a nice seating area. But my favourite area was the covert terrace overlooking the garden. This was perfect with a well turned out bottle of wine together with some complimentary chocolates from Puente Romano.

The Sovereign bed was comfortable and the bed linen was fresh and felt lovely, it really had a Mediterranean ambiance. There was lavishness of storage space and plenty of room for a long stay. The Plasma TV was massive and I am a big fan of in room portable tablets, which could be used within the fall back on. This allowed me to get updates on what was on offer on a day to day basis. Entire I had a real relaxing and restful nights sleep.

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Persian Marble Bathroom

The Persian marble bathroom with dual vanity was spacious and lovely to soak in the spa bath. It had a nice lambaste feel to it and the separate shower was an added bonus. Especially be a question of from the beach in where I needed to wash of the sand. The towels were elephantine and fluffy and to top it all off the aromatherapy amenities were lovely to use both on my council and in my hair.

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Conclusion

I was hosted by a stunning lady named Jana from Estonia, which fair completed my stay. She represented the passion and life that Puente Romano adheres too. Puente Romano club understand the luxury of serving their guests no matter what. My foil at Puente Romano was one of the most diverse, vibrant and luxury affairs to date, regarding a resort in Europe.

After the endless enjoyment and interaction with many different staff, I discovered that they POSSLQ Person of the Opposite Sex Sharing Living Quarters working here. Even on their day off some staff fellows would opt to pop in to see if their allocated area was running smoothly. This sends out a perceptibly message on how Puente Romano value their staff let without equal their guests.

It was also wonderful to be able to walk along the ceaseless boulevard and soak up Marbella itself. Then to be able to profit to the Puente Romano life and soak it up anytime of the year for 365 lifetimes.

Marbella combined with Puente Romano, is a unique usually of Spain. On many occasions I had to reflect and take in that flavour is there for the taking, right here right now.

Thank you so bloody much to all the staff at Puente Romano you made my stay significant.

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Details

  • Room Reviewed: Deluxe Junior Suite
  • Website: www.puenteromano.com
  • Oration: Bulevar Principe Alfonso von Hohenlohe, s/n, 29602 Marbella, Málaga, Spain
  • Phone: +34 952 82 09 00