Les Roches Marbella

Les Roches Marbella

Cutting-edge curriculum for the international hotel, hospitality and tourism industries

Les Roches - Marbella

Cutting-edge curriculum for the international hotel, hospitality and tourism industries

Les Roches - Marbella

Cutting-edge curriculum for the international hotel, hospitality and tourism industries

Les Roches Marbella logoLes Roches International School of Hotel Management Marbella offers a unique learning experience based on the traditions of Swiss hospitality schools. Founded in 1995, Les Roches Marbella combines practical and theoretical classes and in-training periods. The programs at Les Roches Marbella are endorsed by the Swiss hospitality industry, and are taught either in English or in both Spanish and English.

Les Roches Marbella students benefit from the school’s top-notch faculty, extensive library and state-of-the-art facilities, including industry-standard computer systems and language laboratories. All students are provided internet and email access. Students gain hands-on training in the school's demonstration kitchens, restaurant and bar facilities. The residences are attached to the school, so students are never far from the center of campus.

Les Roches Marbella is in the heart of Spain’s Costa del Sol, one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations.

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The undergraduate and graduate programs at Les Roches Marbella focus on preparing students for the challenges and rewards of a career in the international hotel, hospitality and tourism industries. To ensure that the curriculum remains on the cutting edge, a panel of executives from major international hotel companies regularly reviews the school’s teaching methods and materials.

Les Roches Marbella is accredited by the Swiss Hotel Association (SHA), in Switzerland; the Institute of Hospitality (IOH), in Great Britain; and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), in the United States.