Hotel Guadalmina Spa & Golf Resort

Spain, Costa Del Sol, Marbella

A 4-star beachfront hotel located in the middle of the “Paradise of Golf”, one of the most beautiful areas of Marbella. It has 178 rooms and suites, along with three restaurants and a wonderful spa.

Golf Courses

Located adjacent to the hotel is the par-72, 6683-yard Guadalmina South Course where guests start from the very scenic par-3, 10th hole. Also, the par-72, 6303-yard Guadalmina North Course is a very good second option.


The 178 rooms and suites that make up the hotel are located in three different buildings. They have generous balconies, which all look out to the sea, the gardens or the golf course. Specially designed for the guests’ rest and comfort, the rooms have air conditioning, a safe, satellite TV and a mini-bar. They also have a complete bathroom and hairdryer. Wi-Fi is in operation all round the Hotel.

Restaurant & Bars

There are three restaurants, the Cocoa, Taray and Beach Club Restaurant which all offer excellent cuisine.

Spa & Leisure

The hotel has a spa with the most up-to-date facilities, including a gymnasium, Jacuzzi, sauna, Turkish baths, dream showers and a dynamic swimming pool. The spa offers all kinds of wellness and beauty treatments. The hotel also offers a salt-water swimming pool and a swimming pool for children.


San Pedro de Alcantara (10kms from Puerto Banus and Marbella).

The brilliant South Course plays 6683 yards and is the second oldest course on the coast and is a real test of accuracy. Many of the tees require precise placement on the fairway due to the private gardens surrounding the course. The 14th can challenge even the lowest handicappers as tall pines line the hole, with a strategically placed bunker in front of the green, waiting to swallow up anything short.

The North Course, built-in 1973 by Folco Nardi is shorter at 6303 yards, but with more water features and hillier terrain than its brother, The South. The fairways on the North Course at Gudalmina are wide and undulating so you can go with a driver off the tee. However, watch out for the Guadalmina River, as it meanders through the course collecting any stray balls that cross its path.