About Puente Romano

Named 'Best Resort 2016'

by Condé Nast Traveler Spain readers

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The beginning

Puente Romano Marbella was built in 1974 as one of the most exclusive apartment complexes on Marbella's ‘Golden Mile’. Following the successful management of the Marbella Club Hotel, founder and owner German-Spanish Royal Prince Alfonso Von Hohenlohe launched his business idea for Puente Romano.

Mr. Mouaffak Al Midani, one of Marbella Club's most frequent and favourite customers, showed great interest in the idea of Puente Romano. After many conversations with Prince Alfonso, he was finally able to acquire Puente Romano Marbella in 1979.

In 1979, Puente Romano Marbella opened officially as a hotel.

40 years of experience

Puente Romano today

The heart of the complex is the authentic Roman Bridge, a vestige of the Roman road linking Rome and Cadiz, the renowned Vía Augusta. Today, an exciting atmosphere perfectly combines the historical construction of the Roman bridge with the spectacular designs of the renowned British interior designer Andrew Martin.

Located just 45 minutes from Málaga International Airport, the luxurious Puente Romano Marbella, a member of 'The Leading Hotels of the World', is perfectly situated on the beachfront of the Golden Mile Costa del Sol between Marbella and Puerto Banus. Puente Romano's exclusive location allows guests to enjoy a day on the beach along with a large variety of water activities.

In 2016, our resort received the prestigious Condé Nast Traveler Award as “Best Resort” in Spain.

The foodie scene in Marbella continues to buzz as Puente Romano Beach Resort carries on the baton for great gastronomic journeys with its top-class restaurants.

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We never fail to impress. Soak up the sun, style, and sophistication of Puente Romano Beach Resort, and start planning your trip to Marbella today. Offering unforgettable experiences 365 days a year, there will never be a better time than now.