Nikki Privé opens in Marbella October 2016

Nikki Beach Marbella this year introduces Nikki Privé, extending the ever popular Beach Club’s season into fall and winter. It opens on 8 October.

So what is Nikki Privé?

It’s an exclusive day-to-night lounge with an expansive terrace and scenic views of the beach and the Mediterranean Sea. This Nikki Beach style venue will be open for lunch seven days a week featuring the brand’s signature cuisine, entertainment and events.

Nikki Privé will feature indoor and outdoor dining, cozy seating options, fire pits and complimentary parking for guests. You can expect warm and friendly service, international cuisine and an innovative mixology program with over twenty specialty cocktails.

The decision to stay open beyond summer signals Nikki Beach’s strong belief in Marbella’s growth as an all year destination.

“We are trying out the fall and winter season to provide locals and tourists with an opportunity to enjoy the Nikki Beach experience in a sophisticated area,” said Rene Schaefer, General Manager of Nikki Beach Marbella.

“We also want to retain our staff through the winter and work with local suppliers to create a seasonal autumn/winter menu with new dishes.”

Nikki Privé’s weekly events will span Apéro Chic on week day afternoons with two-for-one specialty cocktails, Nikki Privé by Night on Fridays, Live Saturdays with daytime performances by local bands and the all-day Amazing Sundays party.

Nikki Privé’s season will run from October 8 2016 until January 8 2017, with an emphasis on seasonal festivities including an extravagant New Year’s Eve party.

For more information, please contact info.marbella@nikkibeach.com or visit www.nikkibeach.com.
Nikki Privé Marbella
Playa Hotel Don Carlos, Carretera de Cádiz Km 192
29604 Marbella, Málaga, Spain
Tel: +34 952 83 62 39

Images supplied with permission by PR & Marketing NIKKI BEACH MARBELLA

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