How to Get to Hotel PYR


Avenida Rotary Internacional s/n,
Puerto Banus 29660,
Tel.: +34 95 281 73 53

By road: 

*From Malaga:

To get to Hotel PYR Marbella from Malaga Airport, take the AP-7 or the A-7 until you arrive at the city of Marbella, then follow the A-7 direction San Pedro-Algeciras. Take the exit 174 Puerto Banus - Nueva Andalucía. Follow the signs to Puerto Banus and once past the tunnel under the highway, turn left at the roundabout and you will find the hotel.

*From Algeciras:

Take the AP-7 or the A-7 until Estepona, then follow the A-7 direction Marbella - Malaga. Once past San Pedro de Alcantara, take the exit to Puerto Banus, turn left at the roundabout and you will find the hotel.

In addition, there is a comprehensive bus service to the main towns and cities of Spain.

For further information concerning Marbella bus services, prices and timetables, go to:

By plane:

There are two important international airports which are less than an hour away by road:

- To the east there is the Costa del Sol International Airport of Malaga, about 45 kilometres away.

- To the west there is the Gibraltar International Airport, about 80 kilometres away.

Malaga Airport has direct flights to international destinations in Europe and Northern Africa. Once there, you can:

- Take the direct bus Malaga Airport - Marbella (around 45 min)

- Rent a car directly through our booking department

- Take a taxi directly at the airport (around 75 €)

For further information:

- Airport:

- Buses:

By train:

The high-speed AVE line links Malaga Station (which is just 57 km from the hotel) to a network of major cities: Madrid, Seville, Barcelona, etc. And there is a direct bus that connects Malaga and Marbella.

For further information on timetables and prices, go to

By sea:

Marbella has four marinas, set up for the arrival of medium-size boats and smaller vessels, as is the case with Puerto Banus.

The Marbella Marina Extension Project will allow medium-sized cruisers to be received which will increase the possibilities of access to the town from the sea, as it is next to the entrance that serves as Malaga Docks.

Lastly, its proximity to Algeciras and Tarifa ports from which ferries depart allows rapid access to the autonomous towns of Ceuta and Melilla and to towns in the north of Morocco.

For further information concerning Puerto Banus, go to