An Alternative Andalucían Hotspot for Epicurean Explorers
- Three new design-led restaurants and bars
- Near Estepona, a relatively unknown marina town with the most incredible seafood
- 30-minutes west of Marbella, for a slice of the ‘Costa Del Sol’ without the crowds
Kempinski Hotel Bahia, a luxury resort near the palm tree-lined promenade of Estepona, is soaring to new culinary heights with the launch of ‘El Paseo Del Mar’ – a new culinary destination sure to delight food-lovers from across the globe. Perched on its own sliver of Mediterranean, El Paseo Del Mar is co-created by the family-run Zsidai Group, as part of a €4 million refurbishment of the property. It includes not one, but three design-led restaurants and bars; beachfront Baltazár Bar & Grill, Spíler Beach Club and Black Rose The Bar.
Pioneered by the family-run Zsidai Group, Baltazar boasts a menu brimming with Spanish classics, grilled meats and fish, freshly prepared with local, natural products. Spiler Beach Club, which officially launches in April 2019, will serve-up zesty seafood, salads and fresh, artisan pizzas, with ingredients from the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea and fields of Andalucía, while Black Rose The Bar offers innovative cocktails; to be enjoyed on the sprawling, sun-soaked terrace, or cosy snug in the newly-renovated lobby.
25-minutes west of Marbella, Kempinski Hotel Bahia offers a more relaxed, authentic alternative to the bustling beach clubs and busy sands of nearby resorts. A sand-coloured maze of turrets and sprawling balconies, the property plays home to lively landscaped gardens, an assortment of family-friendly swimming pools, boldly-styled living spaces and luxurious rooms and suites. A private horticultural garden brimming with lemon, avocado and olive trees leads to a private tennis court, an award-winning spa, and yoga and fitness studios.
Superior Rooms start from £150 per night in low season, including breakfast | For more information visit Kempinski.com/en/Marbella/hotel-bahia