- 8 Bedrooms
- 8 Bathrooms
- Sleeps 16
- Breakfast Service Available
- Daily Housekeeping
- Dedicated Concierge
- Heated Pool & Jacuzzi
- Home Spa & Gym
It's all about the aesthetics at Villa Talaia. A vast, Ibiza-style designer villa in Marbella with 8 bedrooms for 16 guests, it blends a clean-lined contemporary exterior with ultra-stylish interiors and some truly indulgent outdoor spaces.
Bold architecture and chic design notes aside, it's got plenty of other things to shout about – from the exclusive location, in the Cascada de Camojan neighbourhood in the hills above Marbella, to a list of luxe-y facilities that leaves few boxes unticked.
At a glance
Ultra-stylish architecture and interiors
Sleeps 16 in 7/8 impeccably presented en-suite rooms
Spacious luxury suites with internet TV and some have free-standing bath tubs
Relax in private, stunningly landscaped gardens with various shady seating areas
Stay in Marbella's most exclusive Cascada de Camojan location
Year-round leisure with indoor and outdoor pools plus impressive rooftop whirlpool
Free use of the home Gym and mini-spa for keeping in shape on holiday
Families will love the state of the art home cinema and bar areas for kicking back and relaxing
Platinum service with daily housekeeping and breakfast can be laid out if desired
A BOLD WHITE-ON-WHITE DESIGN VISION
Villa Talaia is not somewhere that does things by halves. A huge, ultra-luxury design villa in the exclusive Cascada de Camojan neighbourhood of Marbella, it’s a dazzling design-led vision – both inside and out.
Where it really triumphs, though, is in the way it marries aesthetics and comfort. Not content with simply being big, bold and beautiful, it doubles down on the luxury front.
The high-end facilities are piled on to the length and breadth of the 5,000m2 plot – think gyms, outdoor and indoor pools, fully equipped music rooms, outdoor cinema areas, rooftop Jacuzzis, outdoor bar/kitchen areas.
The bare bones of the place are certainly impressive – with one large, light-filled space running into another.
The steady interior design hand of Pedro Peña can be clearly felt, too. The feel in the 8 bedrooms is of textural contrasts: soft shag rugs, faux fur blankets, cushions and headboards are offset by harder-edged glittering glass and metal in the form of side tables, mirrors, hanging glass droplet sidelights or in the sleek, clean-lined modern bathrooms.
Contrast creeps into the colour scheme, too, with calming, neutral creams, taupes are broken up by accent notes – a glittering gold table here, a deep teal tub chair there.
Art has a major role to play here. There are striking, brightly coloured modern paintings adorning the walls, while other carefully chosen pieces are dotted around, from Native American headdresses in the large sitting room to buffalo skulls in the indoor bar area and huge retro movie lighting in the private gym.
It is, it’s fair to say, quite a place.
SPACE TO SPARE – AND BEAUTIFUL VIEWS IN EVERY DIRECTION
In Villa Talaia renowned local architect Javier Martinez Garcia has delivered a striking vision of a luxurious designer pad. Sleek, bold and angular, it stands out as a dazzling block of white against those blue, blue Spanish skies.
The outdoor spaces and gardens here are a fully integrated part of the overall vision. Even the main outdoor pool – so often an ugly, merely functional add-on to a luxury villa – is a coherent aesthetic element in its own right, a pleasingly rectangular form alongside the house.
A major feature of Villa Talaia is just how committed it is to providing space for its guests to relax and spend time together outdoors.
First up, immediately in front of the villa by the pool, there’s a low, casual seating area under a shaded, modern pergola. Alongside it, there’s a covered pool bar with more low seating and a shaded dining area.
A minimalist water feature bisects the layered concrete, running down the steps and across a lawned area to a pond with a striking sculpture at its heart. As you follow it down the garden there’s a further brace of shady seating/dining areas.
The location here is stellar. And the villa has certainly been designed to make the most of it. The front-facing bedrooms open out onto long, lounger-lined terraces, while at the top of it all, crowning the villa, is a rooftop kitchen/bar area and Jacuzzi. From here you can see the pine-covered hills rising up to La Concha mountain; below, the views stretch away down to the sea.
How Villa Talaia works for you
- Spacious 980m2 villa with over 500m2 terraces on a large private plot
- 8 en-suite bedrooms including staff quarters
- Elevator and ground-floor bedroom available
- Outdoor and indoor pools
- Large, fully equipped gym
- Private home spa with a small heated pool and sauna
- Music area with baby grand piano, sax, guitars and decks
- Indoor bar
- Chill-out roof terrace with bar, cinema, fire pit, summer kitchen/BBQ area
- 10-person rooftop heated whirlpool with incredible views
- Outdoor cinema
- Poolside bar/summer kitchen and dining area
- Modern Gaggenau designer kitchen
- Private office
- Sonos sound systems indoors and out by the pool
- Internet TV with Netflix – also in most bedrooms
- Secure gated community (with alarms and CCTV)
- On-site parking for +8 vehicles and garage available
- Good for walking difficulties; a ground floor bedroom, flat access and elevator to all floors
- Possible to hire mobility hoist to both pools
- Heating and air-con throughout
There are plenty of living space options to choose from here – both inside and out.
The outdoor pool will almost certainly be the heart of the action day to day. It’s lined with loungers and adjoined by a large shady seating area, bar/kitchen and dining area. There’s even a fire pit for sitting around on cooler spring or autumn nights.
Down at the end of the garden, there are a further two shaded seating areas with sofas, armchairs and low tables.
Inside the art-filled living area has a stylish L-shaped, light chocolate sofa at its heart, a contemporary gas fire and a large TV.
Up on the roof, there’s more seating with a complete Ibiza-style leisure zone complete with cinema and a 10-person Jacuzzi.
The kitchen is a sleek gloss white affair with Gaggenau appliances – oven, steam oven, coffee machine, and a microwave and induction hob – along with all the other necessaries like an integrated fridge freezer, kettles, Nespresso and a dishwasher.
Alongside the pool and next to the kitchen/bar area is the main outdoor dining space under a shady pergola. It sits 20 comfortably.
There’s no breakfast room but the kitchen island seamlessly merges into a table with benches suitable for breakfast/informal meals/children.
The roof terrace has a bar, barbecue and seating area for 10.
Down on the lower ground floor, there’s a full gym (all machines and free weights) which includes a large sauna, small heated indoor pool and a nearby fridge with refreshments. Two massage tables are available.
Just off the outdoor pool area and adjacent to the gym there’s a music area complete with black Baby Grand piano, three Gibson guitars, saxophone, full drum kit and DJ decks. Behind the gym and music area is an indoor bar area, wrap-around velvet sofa and large internet TV. A table tennis table available outside if required.
Bedroom 1: The first floor Master Bedroom comes with Super-king bed with padded leather headboard, stylish monochrome soft furnishings with green accents and vast walk-in wardrobe. Running the full width of the villa it has a shared balcony with sun lounger and opens out onto garden and sea views. The in-room bathroom comes with a freestanding oval-shaped bath, a large walk-in marble shower, toilet and dual washbasins.
Bedroom 2: A 1st floor room with a Super-king bed, black leather headboard, velvet wall, monochrome soft furnishings, TV and fitted wardrobes. It comes with views of La Concha at the rear and sea views to the front, together with access to the main sun terrace (shared with master suite and bedroom 3). The bathroom has a walk-in shower, toilet and dual washbasins. A small, private terrace has an outdoor shower and toilet.
Bedroom 3: This 1st floor room has a Super-king bed, cream leather headboard, neutral soft furnishings, brown accent cushions and views of both La Concha mountain and the sea. It comes with an oval freestanding bath, walk-in shower, toilet and dual washbasins. A small, private terrace has a further outdoor shower.
Bedroom 4: The only bedroom on the ground floor is a large, light-filled, spacious and neutral room with Super-king bed with dark headboard, fitted wardrobes and TV. Triple aspect, sliding doors lead out on to the main terrace. The en-suite bathroom has a walk-in shower, dual washbasins, toilet, while there’s a free-standing oval bath in the bedroom itself.
Bedroom 5: A lower ground floor front bedroom located near the indoor bar area. It has a Super-king bed, fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower, washbasin and toilet.
Bedroom 6: A lower ground floor front bedroom with Super-king bed and blue and white wall features. Sliding doors open out onto a terrace and the pool/gardens. The en-suite bathroom has a walk-in shower, washbasin and toilet.
Bedroom 7: A rear lower ground floor bedroom with Super-king bed and doors out to a square courtyard for light. Comes with an en-suite bathroom containing a walk-in shower, washbasin and toilet.
Bedroom 8: A lower ground floor internal bedroom ideal for staff. Comes with its own bathroom with shower, toilet and washbasin.
The Platinum Collection
Villa Talaia is an impeccable and breathtaking property, perfect in every detail with a daily housekeeping and breakfast service as standard.
Valued at €18m, the villa offers 8 bedrooms, 2 swimming pools and a rooftop whirlpool, a complete Spa, gym and Ibiza rooftop bar for the ultimate Platinum Collection experience.
Enjoy the local area
Stay in Marbella’s most exclusive address
Camojan in Marbella’s Sierra Blanca district is located just a few minutes from the glamorous Golden Mile and Puerto Banus. This private gated estate is a top choice for some of Marbella’s finest mansions and villas.
Villa Talaia is located in the beautiful area of Cascada de Camojan; a high-end gated estate of multi-million-pound mansions and chic apartments.
A gentle two minute hop in a car will take you to the chic and sophisticated centre of Marbella’s Golden Mile, dotted with designer shops, bordered by sandy beaches served by upmarket restaurants and beach clubs. It’s just a couple of minutes drive to the glamorous port of Puerto Banus to take the upmarket vibe a notch higher still.
For eating out you are spoiled for choice within a 2km round trip. Enjoy Michelin-grade dining at the likes of the Hotel Puente Romano or The Marbella Club, or head to stylish out-of-town hot spots like Finca Besaya for a night of amazing food and entertainment. Along the beaches to the East and West, there is a mixture of family-run “chiringuitos” serving up the fresh catch of the day, while infamous beach bars like the Ocean Club offer gourmet cuisine with a taste of the Mediterranean and party nights to remember.
For downtime, take a stroll around the boutiques of Marbella’s old town and stop for tapas near Orange Tree square, have our private guides take you on an old-town discovery tapas tour to see a side to Marbella you may not know. Or if you fancy just jumping in the car you can easily visit typical white villages further along the coast, like Mijas and Benahavis, or smaller harbours like Cabopino and the original fishing village of La Cala for a real Spanish vibe and some amazing seafood.
Situated in on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, Marbella is a resort known widely for its glitz and glamour, but for those to choose to explore the area, you will find plenty of Spanish charm, culture and character. The resort is renowned for its sunny climate that puts the “Sol” in Costa del Sol, and here we have mile upon mile of beaches, white villages, bustling shops and breathtaking scenery, making it an ideal holiday destination for families and groups of friends alike.
In Marbella, you will find something for all tastes, from world-class cuisine to characterful tapas bars, from local produce to designer labels, and from the beach to breathtaking mountain walks.