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If you want a weekend of sun, sand, and serious luxury, a Marbella hen night is just the one for you! There's a pulsing, rich nightlife with some of the most glamorous clubs in the Mediterranean. The glitzy nightlife and the gorgeous Marbella weather (320 days of sun!) have attracted a whole host of celebrities to the area, with A-listers like Simon Cowell and George Clooney buying property in Marbella. And if that wasn't enough to tempt you, Marbella has 24km of beaches just waiting for you and the hens to stretch out your towels and sunbathe!

Your guide to hen nights in Marbella

Once you've finished your fun-filled Marbella hen activities it's time to look towards your Marbella hen night and painting the town red, and ready with the brushes just a short taxi ride away is the neighbouring town Puerto Banus. Puerto Banus accentuates Marbella's classical offerings with a dazzling seen-and-be-seen lifestyle, there's no shortage of glitz and glamour, the bling ladies are likely to be in full swing. The town comes alive at night and when you're not enjoying a glass of champagne with the girls, you could well be celeb spotting. Get the pace right and an unforgettable Marbella hen night awaits! For a two night break why not start the first night with an acclimatising bar tour followed by tapas and guestlist clubbing. Night 2 could involve early cocktails, a themed dinner followed by some enthusiastic karaoke finishing in one of the city's most luxurious nightclubs.

Bars and Pubs

The Marbella nightlife is celebrated as some of the best in the world - tourists flock over in droves to experience the vibrancy of the many mega clubs Marbella hosts. The star-studded Puerto Banus is the area of choice for Marbella hen groups to hit. Puerto Banus combines the classical Andalucan aspects of Marbella with dazzling, pounding clubs. The Old Town is ideal for a quieter Marbella night, head here while you're recovering from the night before! Sitting outside one of the bars and restaurants, and sipping a glass of sangria al fresco with the bride and all the girls is easily one of the nicest ways to end a magical Marbella hen weekend.

Marvellous Marbella

There are dozens of different activities to fill your days in Marbella, from chartering a yacht to visiting a water park, but the nightlife is largely centred around the clubs and bars. However, if you just fancy a break from the super clubs for a night to rest your weary feet, Marbella doesn't let you down. Aside from the huge array of waterside restaurants and cafes, often open till late in the evening, there's also a casino in Marbella for winning a bit of extra wedding cash in! If you'd rather see the town, take a walk along the marina and see the lavish yachts moored by the millionaires and billionaires that visit Puerto Banus.

Moving Around Marbella

Walking around Marbella town centre soaking up the glorious Spanish sunshine is a wonderful way to get around, so don't rush to get in a cab unless you have to. If you're hoping to travel to Puerto Banus, or staying there and hoping to travel out, a cab should take about 20 minutes. Our Marbella hotels are in fantastic locations for enjoying the city - try the 3* hotel to be closest to all of the nightlife, or stay just opposite the beach in a 4* hotel!

Moves and Music

Marbella is best known for its incredible clubbing scene, and the clubs are renowned for being some of the biggest, most opulent and star-studded clubs around - it's popular with both massive names in music like David Guetta, Professor Green and Tinie Tempah, as well as the football crowd - Ashley Cole and Rio Ferdinand have been spotted in Marbella. Antonio Banderas and Eva Longoria have even shown up! And even if you're not fussed about running into the TOWIE crew, the Marbella clubs are amongst the best in the world. Stylish, swanky superclubs dominate the Marbella night scene, particularly in Puerto Banus. The clubs have the capacity for hundreds, if not thousands of people, and have state of the art lighting, sound and décor. And with events like Champagne Spray Parties going on around town to cool you off after the hot Marbella weather, it really is the best place for you to party like a VIP.

Drinking in Marbella

You'll find plenty of opportunity for grabbing a few cheeky pre-drinks in Marbella; the bars are just as glamorous as the clubs, and there are just as many of them for you to enjoy. Cocktail bars and champagne reign supreme as the drinks of choice in Marbella, along with shots and shooters in the nightclubs. Linekers Bar is easily one of the liveliest bars around, with a fan following that resembles that of the bigger clubs. It usually has some fantastic deals on as well, so it's an excellent place to have a few drinks before heading out. The Lounge is next door and while it's still lively, you stand a better chance of getting a table here if you're hoping to settle down with a bottle of champagne before you hit the clubs. La Sala is sexy and sophisticated, with a plush, modern interior, and a huge drinks menu - and their food is divine too! Lemmon is one of the best-loved late night bars around and has the ideal atmosphere for getting a pre-party buzz on with a wildly energetic vibe. Room 101 is darkly exotic, so head here to recline in luxury with a cocktail in hand. And if you're hoping for a quieter, classier night head to the Champagne Room of the Marbella Club Hotel, to raise a glass to the bride-to-be in style.

Dining in Marbella

Marbella is overflowing with chic restaurants, al fresco cafes and bistros, and trendy tapas bars for hens to chose from. Although the import of English tourists is bringing a wider variety of cuisines to the area, as well as introducing a few chains and home favourites, the high-class Marbella clientele means it's still largely focused on authentic Spanish dishes. If you are looking for a pizza or curry, Puerto Banus is your best bet. The fishing ports aren't usually as busy as the Old Town or Puerto Banus, making for a lovely lunch or early dinner after a day of shopping. El Varadero overlooks the sea, and the selection of local fish on the menu is extensive. Tapas is abundant in Old Town, and is a great choice for groups since everyone gets to sample a huge range of dishes. Altamirano is lovely for dining outside on freshly caught fish, or Marbella Patio Restaurant is great if you have a large group. La Taberna del Pinxto is excellent value and informal, with a good selection of Spanish wines to accompany your meal. El Pozo Viejo is widely considered by locals to be one of the best restaurants for authentic Spanish food in the area - and you'll also occasionally catch Spanish guitarists and flamenco dancers serenading you. While you're in Marbella, we'd recommend you try some of the local delicacies. Fried fish is hugely popular, especially with anchovies - you'll find it in most fish and tapas restaurants. You might also want to try ajoblanco, a variety of gazpacho made with almonds. Because so much of the food does centre around fish and meat dishes, we'd also recommend learning how to say any dietary requirements in Spanish to save trouble - 'I'm a vegetarian' could be an important one to learn! The huge numbers of tourists in Marbella mean the restaurants will often fill up fast. Avoid being left hungry by booking in advance with GoHen!

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If you're looking for a glamorous hen night with wild clubbing and absolute luxury in equal measure, Marbella is exactly what you need. GoHen can fill in the gaps between the sun setting and the clubs opening for you, with a range of activities and packages for you to enjoy. An unforgettable Marbella hen night awaits!

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