The aim is to "show that restaurants and hotels can be perfectly integrated"

Though Nobu Marbella opened its doors to the public in the middle of March, the hotel will be officially inaugurated next Wednesday, 16 May, with a Sake party attended both by the renowned chef, Nobu Matsuhisa, and his partner and actor, Robert De Niro.

'VillaCasa Marbella' is the only Spanish holiday property to rank in the top 10 of TripAdvisor's Traveller's Choice Awards 2018

Just one property in Spain has made it into the top 10 of TripAdvisor's Traveller's Choice Awards 2018.

Located in the Bello Horizonte region of Marbella, near the Carlos Cabezas sports centre, 'VillaCasa Marbella' boasts eight bedrooms and six bathrooms.

The demand for high-end properties in exclusive areas of the town is outweighing supply due to the lack of land

The property market in Marbella moves at different speeds and the fastest of all is the luxury sector. In some parts of the municipality prices are now double those of 2011, which was the worst year of the crisis, as shown by the latest report on the market from Panorama, Marbella's longest-established estate agency.

The price increase in some of the most exclusive areas reflects a lack of supply compared with the growing demand from would-be purchasers. The sale of properties costing more than four million euros doubled in 2017, when over 40 were sold.

The festival will run between 11 July and 25 August in the Naguëles quarry

Starlite will begin its recruitment process for this year's festival next week. The interview process will take place between Tuesday 24 and Thursday 26 April, dispelling the doubts that had surrounded the festival's return after the problems encountered over opening hours and council fees last year.

Although an agreement still hasn't been officially reached and the word Marbella has been removed from the official branding, the start of the selection process should be taken as confirmation that the festival will go ahead.

In total, Starlite has to recruit 400 people for the 45 days that the festival will run, between 11 July and 25 August, including waiters, hosts, bar staff, attendants and logistics staff.

Fines planned for wearing swimsuits or going shirtless on Marbella's streets

Shirtless visitors to Puerto Banús last summer caused local upset . Shirtless visitors to Puerto Banús last summer caused local upset . 
Loitering with items of a sexual nature is also banned in clampdown on the antics of hen and stag groups, especially around Puerto Banús, with penalty of up to 750 euros

Following complaints about mostly foreign tourists wandering the streets of Marbella, especially around Puerto Banús, without a shirt or in swimming costumes, Marbella council has taken action.

Councillors have recently finished drawing up a revised set of local bylaws against antisocial behaviour in the resort which is currently at public consultation phase before being voted on by the full council.

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