Boho Club Marbella

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Boho Club Marbella

How do you turn a rundown 1960’s recreational center into one of Marbella’s most talked about resorts? Award-winning Swedish design agency Stylt did the trick when they created Boho Club and brought bohemianism and hippe-chic to the Golden Mile.

Built in the 1960’s, Centro Forestal Sueco in Marbella used to be a recreational center for the Swedish Forest Agency. When Swedish property developer Quartiers Properties bought the premises more than 50 years later, it had definitely seen better days. The property was run down and sadly forsaken, but the new proprietaries saw the potential. With the ambition to offer something slightly different to the luxurious Marbella market, hospitality design experts Stylt created a new concept, a brand and interior design to what would become Boho Club - an upscale and stylish retreat, yet bohemian and eclectic in a laid-back style. Being the opposite to impersonal large hotels chains as well as old fashioned luxury, Boho Club is an independent brand that offers an intimate and friendly ambience with the sense of a private members club mentality. This mindset is embodied by Stylt’s design for the Club’s 24 room hotel, its 19 bungalows, private villa, restaurant and large garden with bars and a pool area.