Book your stay in this stunning apartment
Minimum rental period is one week, usually Saturday – Saturday. All rental rates are inclusive of tax but exclude food and drinks. The only extra cost will be for telephone calls, which are the owner’s special rate (30% less than the hotels rate).
Please note that the rental rates are approximately one half or less than the hotel’s equivalent apartment rates.
All bookings to be prepaid to our agent, Luna de Marbella, who has an office in Puente Romano Phase II, about 40 yards from the new NOBU hotel entrance.
Payment must be received in advance to confirm your booking and it is non-refundable should cancellation be received less than 4 weeks prior to the booking date.
CLICK HERE to request more information and/or a link to our home-made 9-minute video showing the apartment and resort facilities/restaurants.
Prices for the apartment are as follows for 2020
High Season: June to end September 400 euros per night
Low Season: October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May 350 euros per night (excluding Christmas and Easter)
Easter and Christmas: Rates available upon request
These prices are approximately one half less than the current hotel rates for a similar level suite. Rental rates may change without notice.
Bookings & Enquiries
Please note that by filling out the form below you are enquiring about a privately-owned, luxury, one-bedroom apartment located in the Puente Romano Hotel Complex.
Our team will be in touch quickly to discuss your enquiry and help arrange your stay.
...My favourite was the Sea Grill for a relaxing drink...
I stayed at this charming property in April - stylish furnishings and helpful little notes make one immediately feel at home. The peaceful terrace was great for early evening sundowners and a wide selection of CDs and books meant you could just curl up if you didn't fancy exploring. The 5 star Puente Romano itself is a haven of cascading plants, water features and charming white washed balconies. With a sports centre, three swimming pools and seven restaurants and bars of uber elegance and sophistication you won't need to even leave the hotel. My favourite was the Sea Grill for a relaxing drink with pool views, before dining in the restaurant which often featured a small band accompaniment. However, if you do venture out a 30/40 minute stroll along a palm fringed esplanade will take you to either Puerto Banus or the cobbled street of the Marbella old town. That's if you haven't been distracted by beachside grilled sardines, white cushioned beach clubs, or the facilities of the neighbouring Marbella Beach Club. Overall a great week and a great base to explore Marbella from, I hopefully will be back very soon.
- JD, London -