Puerto Banus and Marbella, Málaga
Really great place to go out, full of english people with great atmosphere and cheap drinks, good music and friendly staff. You can mostly find me in there because its such a great place
at night time the pooltable becomes the stagefloor where you can dance all nite till 5AM in summer
Dress Code: Really easy dress code, trainers no problem shorts no problem, everything goes in this place but if u wanna impress some people you might wanna reconsider
the end of the night!
Al final de la noche!
Some places you should not miss in Marbella:
la Abadia, Alaska and La botellita; Zimbawe and Dolmen (Plaza de Los Olivos) in the Old town.
Some nice Irish pubs are Maverick in Plaza tetual (Old town) and Morrisons in Ramon gomez de la Serna (next to most of the tapas plazes, behaind Zara shop at the main roda)
Discos: Buda Bar and Oh! Puerto Banus in Puerto Banus edif Cristamar, also el Cubanito and La Comedia. Other discos are: Deep at Don cArlos hotel beach, Dreamers in Puerto Banus
Puerto Banus: cafe Banus
Puerto Banus. Darren tries to join the Magnificent Seven! This was some type of 'sports' bar. The clientele were very entertaining. On this site, I cannot say more, apart from the fact that they were amateurs, and the ones next door were professionals!
Marbella nightlife is kicking and offers something for everyone.
Its musical life, both classical and pop, includes concerts and recitals by world famous artists. Lighter entertainment is also on offer - piano bars, karaoke bars, flamenco centres, and the like.
Dress Code: Sabrina, Helen and I made the most of the nightlife and always chose to dress up to impress.
Although the club did come highly recommended by my hairdressers, I found it was overpriced and over rated.
If you can pick up your free entry and drink pass it will be worth checking out, if not I wouldn't bother.
Dress Code: Being based in Puerto BAnus I would suggest you dress to impress.
The Havana bar is owned and run by the same Italian gentleman who owns the restaurant, 'still'. It is a huge bar furnished with large leather settees, subtle lighting, and unobtrusive music.
It is the perfect place to languish after a sumptuous meal at Still and while the remaining hours away in pleasant conversation. I would highly recommend the rum con miel a speciality of the area. It is a rum and honey liquor which is just heavenly.
Dress Code: Smart Casual
Havana Bar - Great place to make new friends!
I walked across to the Havana Bar after a fantastic meal at Still to relax and enjoy a couple of drinks before retiring to bed.
Dress Code: Smart Casual