The 1912 palatial hotel was built on the former site of the palace of the Duke and Duchess of Medinaceli. A string of famous guests have stayed here from Salvador Dali to novelist Isabel Allende and movie director Richard Attenborough, but well-heeled business travelers tend to dominate. The entrance hall, decorated with murals of Italian […]
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Located near the mosque, La Meridiana is a renowned, exclusive restaurant that has been a symbol of Marbella’s lifestyle for many years. European nobles and members of royal families or millionaires and celebrities from all over the world can be seen eating at the tables in the splendid garden or the indoor dining room.
This great restaurant in the Club House at the Greenlife Golf, in the Elviria Hills complex of Marbella, is surrounded by a golf house and located by an artificial lake (lago in Spanish). Its minimal décor is modern and cosy at the same time. It has a nice terrace that guests always prefer in warm summer evenings.
The Mesana restaurant, in the five-star Gran Guadalpín Hotel, boasts an exquisite, elegant décor, lavishing attention on details like cutlery, glassware, crockery… The service couldn’t be better with Raúl González as a maître d’hotel who was third finalist in the “Nariz de Oro” awards in 2006.
Over the past few years, Málaga and its Costa del Sol have become one of the points of reference of Spanish cuisine. Alongside Basque and Catalan cookeries, Andalusian dishes are beginning to find their place in the booming scenario of Spanish flavours, and this is reflected in restaurant guides and specialised magazines.