H10 Andalucia Plaza
Located in Puerto Banús, in one of Marbella's most exclusive areas, the H10 Andalucía Plaza is a hotel built in the traditional Andalusian style which has been refurbished with a cutting-edge contemporary design. This emblematic hotel is recommended for adults and has bright, spacious rooms, exceptional cuisine, 8 meeting rooms with a total capacity of up to 1,000 people, and a refurbished Despacio Spa Centre with a select range of treatments. Enjoy a calm and relaxed environment, ideal for a holiday with friends or as a couple on the Costa del Sol.
Urb. Nueva Andalucia, s/n E-29660-Marbella- Puerto Banus-Costa del Sol 29660.
Access for the disabled|Baggage Hold|Banquets|Bars|Beauty Salon|Bicycle Hire|Buffet Services For Food|Business Center|Car and Motorcycle Hire|Car Parking|Casino|Currency Exchange|Elevator|Fax|Fitness Center|Free WIFI|Golf Course|Guided Tours|Gym|Heating System|In-Room Air Conditioning|In-Room BathRobe|In-Room Hairdryer|In-Room Safe Box|In-Room Terrace or Balcony|Laundry Service|Medical Assistance|Meeting Rooms|Mini Bar|Newspapers|Photocopy centre|Pool Billiard Table|Restaurants|Room Service|Sauna|Service 24hr|Shops and Boutiques|Solarium With Showers|Swimming Pool|Wi-Fi Internet|
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Interesting places in Malaga
Marbella has centuries of history and different cultures which have left their traces throughout the municipality and particularly on the historic centre. There are substantial numbers of Roman, Arabic and Christian remains in the Old Town which have been magnificently preserved.
The origin of the word Marbella is open to interpretations from historians and specialized philologists
The Catholic Monarchs granted Marbella its coat of arms with a Royal Warrant of 1493.
Prehistoric remains of the Paleolithic variety in the Coto de Correa in Las Chapas and Neolithic in the Pecho Redondo cave, Coto Correa in Las Chapas and Puerto Rico caves in the southern foothills of the Sierra Blanca, have all been discovered in Marbella.
La Concepción Historical-Botanical Gardens
The Finca de la Concepcion (Concepcion country property) is one of all beautiful and important tropical and subtropical backyards of Spain and one of the very most loved ones in the complete of European countries. Created around 1855 by the Marquises of Casa Loring, it was widened some years later by the next owners, the Echevarr?a-Echevarrieta family. It had been officially announced a Traditional and Creative Garden (presently a “Bien de Inter?s Social” (History of Ethnical Interest)) in 1943. It became the house of the Council of M?laga in the spring and coil of 1990 that opened up it to the general public in 1994.
It includes 23 hectares and it has a garden at the heart that is declared to be always a ancient/artistic garden of around 3 hectares. Form the group of fountains and waterfalls coupled with a beautiful collection of subtropical crops from all around the globe, its romantic scenery style sticks out with significant neoclassical features.
You will find more than 25,000 crops owned by about 2,000 different varieties which 90 are palm trees and shrubs, 200 are indigenous plants and the rest are exotic and subtropical.
With regards to structures, the Casa-Palacio (Palace House) and the Casa del Administrador (Administrator's House) stick out. The administrative office buildings are housed in the first one and they have nice rooms for different uses and an appropriate and well-equipped set up hall. The laboratories for research personnel, an exhibition room and a school room are available in the second. There are a few more smaller complexes doted round the garden including the Antigua Escuelita (Old Institution), la Casita del Jardinero (Gardener's House), known as the Casita de los Cipreses (House of the Cypresses), the Museo Loringiano (Loringiano Museum) and a regionalist style dome that can be used due to its breathtaking views of the town.
The Museo Loringiano stores the archaeological detects that Jorge Loring purchased from the excavations of Malaga and the province including the “Lex Flavia Malacitana” (Malaga's municipal code of rules), which happens to be in the Country wide Archaeological Museum of Spain in Madrid. A few of these archaeological items is seen across the museum.