NH Marbella

Address: Avenida Conde de Rudi, s/n, Marbella, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29600, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avenida Conde de Rudi, s/n, Marbella, is near Iglesia Mayor de la Encarnacion, Marbella Club Golf Resort, Museo del Grabado Espanol Contemporaneo, and Murallas del Castillo (Las).
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Marbella

        Reviewed by zajacjm2

        More to Come

        Reviewed Dec 27, 2014
        by (26 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        More to Come

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        Reviewed by mr_mozam

        Better Than The Average Bear

        Reviewed May 20, 2013
        by (58 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

        The NH Marbella is rated as a 4 star hotel. It is the best that we have stayed in (so far) on this tour. Large rooms with good facilities. The hotel is well maintained

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews NH Marbella

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
         

        Travel Blogs from Marbella

        One night only

        A travel blog entry by penny.percival on Nov 07, 2015

        So today we decided to adventure to Torremelinos (15 miles south of Malaga), again just because we've heard of Brits going there. This time we have no Aires or ACSI campsites so we’re on our own.

        Drove through Torremelinos, nothing, then the town becomes Benalmadena where we stopped had coffee (proper Spanish stuff!) and went to the Tourist Information office. No campsites here, back ...

        Marbella

        A travel blog entry by lancastersgapyr on Oct 30, 2014

        1 comment, 36 photos

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        It had a long, pretty esplanade beside the beach, lined with restaurants and tourists.
        It seems a more expensive city.

        You can tell this would be a great beach summer destination, but with the weather starting to turn cold we couldn't hang out the way that you would of liked.
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        Row G is the place to be!

        A travel blog entry by millards on Mar 09, 2013

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        ... sure other than ‘staff’ we encountered any spanish people in our weeks long stay at Cabopina.
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        Andalucian Cycling: Part 1

        A travel blog entry by hamiltonfamily on Sep 26, 2012

        73 photos

        ... mediocre paella washed down with well earned glasses of un tinto and cervaza toquench our thirst.

        Tuesday Day 3 – Pueblos Blancos of La Muella, Olveraand El Gastor (78 kms, 1532 elevation gain)

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        Driving down the Costa and Rainy, Wonderful Ronda

        A travel blog entry by kuhnglobaleyes on Nov 18, 2011

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        ... to find the correct location about a block away. It was also quite a shock to find that the car we were renting had a manual transmission, which I hadn't thought to ask about. Now, I can drive a stick, and my car at home even has a manual transmission-mode (I am embarrassed to admit how infrequently I use it, although I enjoy it when I do) but I would have rather had an automatic transmission while trying to navigate foreign roads in Spanish!

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