£2,433 average per night
Truly The Height Of Luxury, Villa Reyna Offers Up To Twelve Guests The Unique Opportunity To Experience Architectural Beauty.
- Sleeps 12
- 5 Bed
- 5 Bathroom
- Satellite/Cable TV
Kitchen and household
- > 5KM
- > 5KM
Truly the height of luxury, Villa Reyna offers up to twelve guests the unique opportunity to experience architectural beauty, innovative technology and elegant interior design in the most fashionable location on the Spanish coast!
You might find yourself catching your breath a little as you enter the vast living and dining room, as the bright sunshine streams through the enormous windows, shimmering on the soft white walls. The utterly sleek and modern decor oozes style, yet the furniture is nothing but pure comfort. Whether it's a big breakfast buffet, a lunchtime banquet or a glass of wine after an active day exploring the sublime Costa del Sol, this space will intensify each special moment. Thoroughly open, bright and enchanting, the whole house is connected through this central living area. The terrace extends towards the garden, the breath-taking Gaggenau kitchen (any budding chef's dream!) is to one side and the sublime bedrooms are linked by the airy, open-plan first-floor corridor, which overlooks this social space.
But more than this, the basement hosts another realm of indulgence. A spa, a cinema, a gym and indeed, even a wine cellar (yes!) await you! Work out in the Technogym while watching over the steamy Jacuzzi and pool, before taking a refreshing dip and, finally, cleanse yourself one last time in the sauna or steam room, before getting back to the action!
On the ground floor there are two magnificent double bedrooms, each with a queen-size bed, a television and direct garden access! Two more delightful bedrooms, each with a king-size bed, await on the first floor. All four enchanting rooms enjoy a fantastic ensuite bathroom with a stand-alone shower and bath tub. There is also a fifth room with two double-sized beds that the children will love! A separate apartment is available for those travelling with staff, with a large bedroom, en-suite bathroom, living room and kitchenette, ensuring comfort for all.
The garden is as vibrant and elegant as the interiors, with an expansive lawn, a casual seating area and of course a private pool! Dine on the terrace, with seating for up to ten, as you gaze over the grounds and bask in the warmth of the ‘sunshine coast'!
Just fifteen minutes to the sea and the exclusive beaches of Marbella, as well as the charming surrounding towns, this location is as idyllic as the villa itself!
You'd be mistaken for thinking that Villa Reyna was situated in Santa Barbara, as this truly impressive villa has been finely tweaked to ensure that its guests have the most lavish of experiences.
- Double bedrooms, with en-suite bathrooms
- Dining & living area
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Master bedroom, with en-suite bathroom and terrace
- Double bedroom, with en-suite bathroom and terrace
- Living area, with double sofa bed
- Private swimming pool, with Roman steps access
- Barbecue grill
- Lawn areas
- Outdoor dining & furniture
- Private Parking
- Sun loungers
The sublime and surreal landscape that envelopes you as you lounge by the pool or gaze out of the huge windows creates the impression that you're utterly detached from the real world, nestled in an endless haze of rolling hills and the deep blue sea. In fact, Villa Reyna is located just a ten-minute drive inland from San Pedro de Alcantara, a charming residential suburb of Marbella brimming with shops, cafes, bars and supermarkets and a delightful seafront promenade. Similarly, Puerto Banus, just 15 minutes away, has a lovely harbour, luxury brand boutiques, markets, restaurants, clubs and bars.
Meanwhile, Marbella, a little bigger and busier, with a traditional and beautiful old town, is just 20 minutes away, and holds many Michelin starred restaurants and world-renowned beaches where one can soak up the sun and enjoy a cocktail at a beachfront bar! It has a very rich history, visible in the many ruins throughout the winding cobbled streets of its Old Town. Malaga, the largest city on the Costa del Sol, is less than an hour away, and is historically and culturally incredibly rich, putting even more activities and amenities at your fingertips. As the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, the city is of course brimming with museums and art galleries, set among a beautiful cityscape of castles, cathedrals and theatres.
The Costa del Sol itself is largely peaceful and quiet, as although there is a large amount of tourism, largely for the fantastic beaches and warm climate (the average water temperature year-round is 18°C!), visitors tend to stick to the highly developed south-western part, leaving the stunning mountains inland largely untouched and peaceful year-round. The region of Andalucia is a diverse one both culturally and in the landscape, where picturesque beaches, ancient cities and deserts meet the incredible Sierra Nevada mountain range, which includes both the most southerly ski resort in Europe and the highest point of continental Europe!