The Marbella Guide


The most luxurious marina in Costa del Sol. Stretching across the Golden Mile are a collection of star-studded hotels, restaurants, and clubs.


As soon as your arrive in Marbella the beach is a must, with endless beach bars and beach parties, day and night.


The beautiful ocean with luxury yachts dotted around, for something a little different head to the picturesque old town, with plenty to see.

Tribe's Marbella Key Facts

The Vibe

A social scene with events all year round.

The talking points

The parties


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Famous for

Being one of the most luxurious resort towns in the world.


Always get a licensed taxi after a late night

Hot Spots

With an endless supply of top restaurants, bars, clubs, and shops. We’re here to show you where you should be.

La Sala, the ultimate day and night experience with a great menu and a crowd ready to party. If you want something more affordable that is packed with authenticity try Pizzaria Picasso, it’s right on the Marina. 
Shop with the likes of Dior, Louis Vuitton, Bvlguri and Versace. Visit Cristamar or the Marina Banus, just make sure you can fit all your new labels in your suitcase. 
Splash the cash and treat yourself to a Michelin-starred restaurant, dine on lobster and strawberries.  The concoctions might seem a bit strange, but if you’re a foodie this is the place for you. Alternatively head to El Estrecho for traditional tapas. Or you could go star spotting in the day, on Puerto Banus marina.

Marbella by Day

Relax by the pool, on the beach or head to Marbella’s beautiful old town, filled with bright white houses, restaurants, bars, boutiques, antiques and craft shops. It’s just as beautiful at night.

Head to the largest shopping centre El Corte Ingles for a bit of window shopping or treat yourself to a few labels. 

Party in the day at the infamous Sintillate Champagne Spray parties at Ocean Club, but choose your holiday dates wisely; this party only happens seven times a year. Or there’s Sala Beach, hosting a range of parties including the popular juice parties (And they’re free!). 

Marbella by Night

Stroll down the Golden Mile to enjoy some of the fine cuisine, head to La Suite, Head for some live music at La Sala and enjoy the bar famous for it’s atmosphere and class.

Or start your night at Pangea, the pre club located on the front of the marina with an open-air terrace. After that you can head to Sleek, Funky Buddha, Olivia Valere or another one of the many great night clubs that Marbella has to offer.

Just a short walk from Pangea is Tibu, giving you all the necessities of a club with some added space to get away from the crowds. If you fancy something different head to Casino Marbella and see how lady luck treats you.

Explore Marbella

Get the perfect picture for your social platforms,Marbella is beautifully clean, vibrant and filled with sunshine. The sandy beachesalongside the blue sea and skies are the perfect focal point for yourlandscape shot or the best background for your holiday selfies. 

Visit the historic quarter, explore the old towns beautiful charm, with whitewashed buildings, orange trees historic buildings and the Avenue del Mar holds the permanent exhibition of Salvador Dalis bronze statues. 
Nikki Beach, located on the Marbella beach front. Sunbathe with a tall glass of champagne, as you listen to renowned DJ’s from across the world, party under the moon light. 
Embrace culture, relax on the beach and party till the sun comes up, explore Marbella and party till the sun comes up.

Hotels in Marbella

Marbella, home of luxury and refinement you’ll find Coral Beach. 
Fit with a spa and just close enough to Puerto Banús.  

Gran Hotel Guadalpin Banus, a 5-Star hotel equipped with a gym, sauna and shops so you can get labels without stepping out of your resort. 

Want something that won’t break the bank? Try Aloha Gardens, a stunning resort with sub-tropical gardens, 

Looking for a room with a view try Senorio De Aloha, These modern apartments utilise the views of Marbella with a large terrace looking over the Sea and Puerto Banus.