Costa del Sol
Costa del Sol, which literally translates to “coast of the sun,” features Spanish colonial architecture with arched thresholds, stucco walls, and manicured courtyards. This village draws inspiration from the quaint coastal towns of southern Spain. Each of the suites and rooms in the six “casas”—Estepona, Fuengirola, Malaga, Marbella, Ronda, and Torremolinos—opens up to a picturesque view of the Pacific Ocean.
Costa del Sol is home to two beautiful swimming pools that bookend each other. One, a saltwater pool, is black-tiled, while the other is a blue-tiled freshwater pool. Surrounding both pools are sun loungers and parasols.
The main lobby of the Casa Grande is traditional Spanish elegance, with wide terra-cotta floor tiles, sturdy roof beams, and Romanesque arched doorways and niches. The Casa Grande has four private dining rooms, each with a unique design: the Vista de la Playa, Vista del Mar, Marbella and Puerto Banús. Each exemplifies the Moorish, Roman and Iberian influences that enrich Spanish culture and design.