#3 – For the VIP lifestyle
Though it was once a quiet fishing village, Marbella’s beauty (and perfect weather) soon attracted wider notice. Now, it’s a cosmopolitan hotspot that draws in well-heeled visitors from across the globe – and that’s all thanks to its iconic nightlife, from the low-key yet high-end restaurants, to the world-class clubs.
Start your evening with a fine dining feast in the buzzing heart of Marbella. Thai Gallery pushes the boundaries of traditional cooking, with edible origami, sleek surroundings and intoxicating aromas. Or for an authentic Andalusian experience with an exciting twist, book a table at Dani Garcia’s Michelin-starred restaurant. If you’re staying at the Nobu Hotel, a trip to its signature restaurant is a must – and as a guest, you’ll get first-in-line access. In true Nobu style, each dish maintains its fusion flavours – but with a distinctly Spanish touch to reflect its setting.
A big Marbella night out often begins in Banús. Follow dinner with cocktails at Bijoux Banús, while DJs set the tone for the evening. Or to start and end the night on a high, head to La Suite, the most exclusive nightclub in Marbella. Party until the early hours, then step out onto the terrace to see in the sunrise.