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Marbella and baby - hotel recommendations

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metallicbear · 24/02/2019 10:25

Hi, I am looking at booking a few days in Marbella (or near by) in March/April with a baby just coming up to 1. I'm looking nice/luxury hotel that has good baby facilities, ideally a room (or suite to give us a bit of extra space) with a balcony with nice views to be able to relax with a glass of wine once baby is in bed. Would also be ideal to be walking distance to bars and restaurants. Does anyone have any recommendations?

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Ricekrispie22 · 24/02/2019 15:26

Club Med Marbella has a range of family rooms with a sea view and a baby club.
Hotel Gaudalpin has babysitting available and has family rooms with two bedrooms. Cots are free of charge. There’s also a children’s pool.
Hotel Playa Senator is also baby friendly. I’ve seen high chairs in the restaurant and pushchairs are available to hire.

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metallicbear · 24/02/2019 20:59

Will have a look, thank you!

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oneteen · 25/02/2019 11:38

I stayed at the Senator for a few days recently and thought it was a great location...just a few minutes walk down to the promenade where there were lots of restaurants. The rooms were all large - wasn't overly impressed with the Spa but that was the only negative aspect.

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DreamingofSunshine · 02/03/2019 23:39

Not quite marbella but we stayed at Sol House Costa del sol and it was fab with a baby- had a suite so a bit of space from a sleeping baby and whole hotel was easily accessible with a pram.

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