Sumary of The hidden side of Spain’s package holiday hotspot:
- I love it here,” she says from Hutchy’s Bar, which she worked to open as Covid-19 raged across the country.
- It was created by Prince Alfonso von Hohenlohe, a Spanish businessman and descendant of central European royalty who turned the home his own father had built in the area into the present-day hotel.
- Alfonso’s son, Prince Hubertus von Hohenlohe, who has skied for Mexico at the Winter Olympics, had careers as a popstar and photographer and even posed for Andy Warhol, remains proud of his father’s legacy and the way his hotel set the tone for an entire region’s still booming tourism industry.
- “This was the original house that my grandfather built — Max von Hohenlohe.
- Actor Sean Connery, the racing driver James Hunt, soccer players from Real Madrid and aristocracy from all over Europe began making the pilgrimage.
- CNNWhile Prince Hubertus’s father created the Marbella Club, it was Count Rudolf Graf von Schonberg, the hotel’s first general manager who helped foster the sense of shabby chic that remains its calling card to this day.