Following popular demand, Nobu Hotels it will also expand its Marbella base this Summer…
Following its launch last year, Nobu Hotel Marbella, which is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH), has announced that it will double in size with the opening of a further 40 rooms and suites for the 2019 season.
The design of these rooms, led by Jean Pierre Martel, of M&P Archidesign Consulting, will follow the same style seen throughout the existing rooms; a distinct minimalistic and chic design, with everything crafted and created in Spain. Each area will feature a contemporary mix of ‘white-on-white’ décor, natural oak detailing and calming, neutral tones will invite guests to wind down and relax during the day.
Unlike any other hospitality offer in Spain’s most famous year-round resort community, the exclusively for grown-up’s hotel with 81 guest suites, offers the same vibrant mix of contemporary design, gastronomy and good times that has established the reputation of its sister property, Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay.
Created with the sophisticated sybarite in mind, Nobu Hotel Marbella curates a unique guest experience that blends the best of Andalusian charm, hospitality and unbeatable weather; with the attention to detail, signature design and contemporary flair for which the Nobu brand is famous.
The hotel’s signature Nobu restaurant is designed to be upscale, playful and high-energy. Offering a journey through the senses, the interior design transports the diner to a kind of modernised Japanese canteen, where wood and warm atmospheres play a leading role. The mix of indulgent cream leathers and rich wooden tones give this delectable destination a simultaneous feeling of warmth, intimacy and excitement, all emblazoned with the iconic Nobu logo. Flanked by two impressive floor-to-ceiling wine display coolers, this space represents Marbella for the stylish grown-up set – a place to be seen – and has in turn, become a magnet for food lovers, tastemakers and celebrities.
The adjacent Nobu Lounge is an eclectic space with an international feel. Featuring design-led Andrew Martin furniture, wall art, mid-century vintage objects, and original artwork and posters, the lounge is an inviting space. Encouraging guests to relax and have a good time, Martel has made the lounge as authentic as possible by collecting each piece of décor personally.