Westin La Quinta Golf Resort

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Urbanizacion La Quinta s/n, Nueva Andaluci­a, Marbella, Costa del Sol, 29660, Spain
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
36%
46
Average
14%
18
Poor
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2
Terrible
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4

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 23% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Families86
  • Couples86
  • Solo80
  • Business87

More about Westin La Quinta Golf Resort

Costa del Sol, Costa del Golf

by venteeocho

The Costa del Sol with its sunny climate and stunning landscapes has long been a popular tourist destination for Europeans. To supply an important sector of tourism, la Costa del Sol has a fine selection of golf courses in the popular areas, which count with the best installations and where the golf players can enjoy this selective sport surrounded by nature and by the sea.

Now, the municipalities which have this type of installation are Rincón de la Victoria, Malaga, Benalmádena, Mijas, Marbella, Estepona, Benahavís, Manilva, and inland of the province, at a stones throw from the coast, there is Alhaurín el Grande, and Alhaurín de la Torre. There are also four in the province of Cadiz but which form part of the tourist unit based on golf, and they are La Alcaidesa, Sotogrande, San Roque Club, and Valderrama

There are more than forty golf courses on the Costa del Sol, of which ten are in Marbella area. It is now one of the best areas in Spain for golf and offers some of the top courses in the world. The fine weather allows golf to be popular all year round. Moreover, Marbella is nearby to Malaga INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LA QUINTA CLUB DE GOLF
Home to the former World Champion Manuel Piñero's Golf School and the Westin La Quinta 5-star hotel. It is situated very close to Malaga and just opposite the Puerto Banús tourist resort. It is an 18-hole course and another of 9 holes comfortable and fun course which is suitable for players of all levels, with the difficulty lying in the uneven fairways and the deep bunkers.

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Westin

by dkvacation

Hi,
Has anyone stayed at the Westin La Quinta in Marbella? Suggestions of favorite restuarants and beaches near by?
Thanks

RE: Westin

by malaga-girl

Not stayed there, but have been there on a few ocassions. Beautiful hotel. Only problem is traffic towards beach tends to take ages as you get to San Pedro. There are so many great restaurants. My personal favourite is La Comedia in the heart of Marbella old town (15-20 mins drive from La Quinta. Plenty of choice in Puerto Banus for eating out or head towards Estepona. Sorry, not much help today, brain not in gear...

Travel Tips for Marbella

Feria de Muestras

by Beach_dog

I've just returned from the Fera de Muestras. An annual event that runs for a week in November in Marbella. It is an exhibition of Spanish products, with a very high emphasis on food. The stands display food which you can purchase, cheeses, jamons, chorizo, pastries, sweets etc. many covering other regions of Spain. Many of the stands also give away free samples of the foods, you can imagine with my love of Spanish country produce I returned home very full.

In the dining area were some tapas bars, I stopped at two, the first representing Asturias where I had chorizo (spicy sausage) and Fabada Asturiana (fabada bean caserole), the second representing Galicia where I had Pulpo (Octopus) and Queso Tetilla (a soft cheese).

Other good are on display too, but I found it hard to drag myself away from the foodhall.

It's held at Marbella's 'Palacio de Congressos' and entrance costs 3 Euros.

OTHER SHOPS

by Carmela71

CORTEFIEL Great high-street fashion outlet with original styles for men and women. Avda. Ricardo Soriano, 50, and in La Cañada shopping centre.

MANGO - Young, casual clothes, shoes and accessories at very reasonable prices. Avda. Ricardo Soriano. Puerto Banus and in La CAñada

PULL & BEAR CLOTHING COMPANY - Smart casual wear for men and women at affordable prices. Avda. Ricardo Soriano.

SPRINGFIELD - A Spanish company specialising in men's fashion. Good quality and value for money. Their colourful shirts are distinctive. Avda. Ramón y Cajál, 5. (is the same street as Ricardo Soriano, this one is in front of the Alameda park... just to enter and see the ld town.. lots of little shops also there)

ZARA - Fashion for men, women and children with a designer feel, but at high-street prices.

Not bad but no more

by noirroi about DA PINO

Quiet a satisfactory restaurant for a small domestic restaurant. Food is well-cooked, none of the dishes was uneatable. The stuff is rather friendly, but not all of them understand english. I suppose that among the restaurants situated on Paseo Maritimo Da Pino is the best. Strongly recommend trying sorbet - it's really italian!

Italian Cuisine.

by Beach_dog about Garibaldi - Ristorante Italiano

This restaurant used to be one of my recommendations for Italian cuisine in Marbella. We went there many times as the food was really good and inexpensive.

Sept 2004 we went back but things had changed. They had changed owners and althought the menu was the same, the quality of the food was much poorer.

The waiter (who I suspect was the new owner), was a bit lost at times and could not seem to cope with more than a few tables at once. He also had a rather abrupt manner, much different from the friendly smiling service we had on previous visits. In the past I was always impressed with the quality of the food here, Traditional Italian fare with excellent taste whatever I chose from the menu. On my latest visit I had roast chicken in red paprika sauce, on arrival I must say I was disappointed to say the least. A thin slice of chicken breast served on a bed of very plain rice and the sauce could only be described as tomato, not a hint of red pepper flavour. Very bland and very ordinary, actually thats not fair to bland or ordinary food.

Carmen´s cousin had a pizza, the poor thing looked as though it had suffered an accident just before cooking, a large triangular wedge was missing from its edge, it actually arrived heart shaped. Fernando was not too pleased with the quality either, stating it was rather bland and tasteless.

Carmen had Calzione and that was the best dish of the three, but she says it was not the usual quality.

What topped it all was the desert, being a big fan of chocolate, I choose the chocolate mouse. On arrival it looked pretty enough, served with a dollop of fresh cream and chocolate syrup on top. I made a big mistake.... I tasted it.... well this was NOT chocolate mouse, certainly it did not taste like any chocolate mouse I had ever had. It had a very bitter flavour, no sweetness at all, also it had many hard solid lumps in it. After two spoonfulls I had had enough, I only took the second spoonful in case my taste buds had been in error for the first. Carmens cousin had the same as me, and he sensibly would not take a second spoon. The waiter eventually arrived and took away the dishes, not bothering to ask why we had not eaten the concoction, a knowing look on his face as if silently saying.. ´´ this is not the first time someone has found it inedible´´.

Quite certain I wont be visiting again.

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 Westin La Quinta Golf Resort

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Address: Urbanizacion La Quinta s/n, Nueva Andaluci­a, Marbella, Costa del Sol, 29660, Spain