Costa del Sol party hotel told to turn off the music after complaints

One of the many pool parties at the Sisu Boutique Hotel One of the many pool parties at the Sisu Boutique Hotel Sisu Boutique Hotel

THE new Marbella council has moved swiftly to take notice of hundreds of complaints made against Hotel Sisu which is close to the centre of San Pedro de Alcantara.

Having a reputation for loud pool parties day and  night, the hotel is unpopular with neighbours because of the noise and has been told that it can no longer play music in the grounds now that its licence has expire

The nuisance  has been so bad that it was exposed on TV in August and the new leadership of the council has indicated that it disapproves of this type of activity as it is damages the reputation of the city.

It appears that the hotel which is said to owe €1 million in unpaid rent to the property owners will have to cancel a number of contracts with DJs booked to travel over from the UK and its future existence may therefore be in question.

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