Introducing your safe space in Marbella this summer

If you’re looking for plenty of personal space in Marbella this summer, Rio Real Golf & Hotel Resort ticks the right boxes. Reopening in time for the busiest holiday month of the year, the 30-room boutique hotel offers guests wide open spaces inside and out. And all within just 5 minutes’ drive of Marbella. 

Resort reopens

The full reopening of the resort takes places on 29 July when the Boutique Hotel and gourmet restaurant El Club open to guests. They join the emblematic 18-hole golf course, which has been busy with golfers keen to make the most of Rio Real’s open spaces in the midst of nature since 19 May.

Always a popular place to stay in Marbella, Rio Real Golf & Hotel Resort offers characteristics that come into their own this summer. Set on the golf course that stretches over 6,000m from the beach itself into the Sierra Blanca foothills, plenty of personal space is guaranteed at the Resort.

Indoor space to call your own

Your safe space in Marbella this summer starts inside at the Hotel and El Club where you’ll find:

Generously-sized communal areas – check out the height of the ceilings in our reception and lounge.

Supremely spacious rooms and suites – all come with lots of space (over 100m² in the case of the Albatross Suite and all have a large private terrace with views over the golf course.

El Club terrace – our restaurant also offers ample space for guests with a pleasant outdoor terrace with sea and mountain views.

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H2 Outdoor space just for you

With Marbella’s year-round sunshine, you’ll want to be outside as much as possible. And where better than surrounded by nature at its best? Rio Real Golf & Hotel Resort offers guests easy social distancing:

Over 6,000 metres of golf – we have one of the most iconic golf courses on the Costa del Sol and the only one with two holes on the beach itself.

Refreshing sea breeze – situated within a short distance of the beach, our entire resort benefits from a sea breeze at any time of year. In the summer heat, it’s more welcome than ever.

Pool and chill-out area – spacious relaxation comes guaranteed when you’re poolside at our hotel. And you can also enjoy panoramic mountains views while you’re there.

Nature on all four sides – Río Real Golf & Hotel sit surrounded by stunning countryside and the Mediterranean.

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Health and safety first, always

When Rio Real Golf reopened in mid-May, it did too with stringent health and safety measures in place. Client peace of mind has always been the resort’s maxim and in the current covid-19 situation our staff have taken this to an even higher level.

The strict protocol, putting guests’ safety first always, is in place throughout the resort. Our hotel and restaurant staff are fully trained in its implications and practice. Guests can therefore rest assured that safe and spacious relaxation in privileged surroundings is guaranteed. As too is impeccable service, a distinctive feature that has accompanied the resort since it opened in 1965.

Book your safe space in Marbella this summer

Our resort reopens on 29 July and booking is available now via our secure online booking system. Minimum stay is two nights and the Resort also offers exclusive Stay & Play packages for those who wish to combine a stay in spacious surroundings with golf on one of the most iconic courses on the Costa del Sol. Book your safe space now

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