Tapping into “the current climate creating an increasingly flexible approach to work and schooling”, Marbella Club has launched an At Home in Andalusia programme, for people looking for an extended stay.
Guests staying at the resort for more than 30 days get a 10% discount on all hotel services, daily complimentary use of bikes, extended room service menus for those who want more options for in-room dining and 24/7 access to the hotel’s resident medical services, including PCR tests.
For an alternative to working from their room, guests booking the At Home in Andalusia programme will be able to access a fully equipped office space, with work-pods set up in repurposed guest rooms. These will be set up with a desk, comfortable chair, plenty of natural light and space and the hotel’s wellness team will consult with guests on creating an ergonomic working set-up.
The hotel’s IT expert will also co-ordinate WiFi, phone and printer connections. Guests staying in a suite can book office space on an hourly or daily rate, whilst villa guests will receive 20 complimentary hours of office use during their stay.
A ‘brainfood menu’ has been designed by the Marbella Club’s wellness chef, Andres Ruiz, including desk-side smoothies, snacks and lunches with concentration-boosting ingredients such as cacao, dates, blue fish and quinoa, while guests can also tap into complimentary access to daily group wellness activities, including yoga, Pilates, meditation and Tibetan bowl singing.
Special rates for long-stay guests with children are available too, so they can access the hotel’s Kids Club, created in a converted farmhouse at the resort; full-day private childcare, baby listening and babysitting services are available at additional cost.
The At Home in Andalusia programme starts from €8,900 per month for two people. Andalusia is also already offering all international travellers free Covid insurance for the duration of 2021.