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Marbella with a 3 year old and a baby?

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LillyBugg · 01/01/2017 20:29

I've not booked a beach holiday for a loooong time. We've been invited to a wedding in Marbella in September and we'll have a three year old and a five month old. I can only seem to find crap hotels or mega expensive ones. Can anyone recommend anywhere child friendly to go in Marbella? I've never been to Spain. I'm failing miserably at this!

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LillyBugg · 02/01/2017 08:25

Someone with children must have been to marbella, pleeeeease?!

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LillyBugg · 02/01/2017 20:09

The only conclusion here is then that I must be insane!

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ChickyDuck · 02/01/2017 20:19

We've stayed here a few times and it's been great, more of a apartotel that a hotel. The rooms consist of a double bedroom with en suite, and a kitchen/living room with sofa/pullout beds for the DCs, and a balcony. It's not super cheap but not overly £££. If you can fork out for a front sea view room you get a lovely bigger terrace which overlooks the beach and is perfect for a glass of wine in the evening. This kitchen is basic but enough for breakfast, picnic preparation and a few simple meals. It's very clean, has a lovely little pool area and the staff are fab!

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BuzzLightyearsHoneyBun · 02/01/2017 20:23

I stayed at Barcelo Marbella on a hen weekend. It was a lovely hotel, a bit out the main area but not too far. I would stay there with my young children.
The food was great, rooms massive and pools very nice.

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