In the summer of 1967 the Marbella Club 4,000 people were turned away from the hotel. Those lucky enough to charm Conde Rudi into renting them a room enjoyed every minute of their stay; women in their Pucci prints and their caftans, men in open necked shirts, some with medallions, others with cravats, all having the best time imaginable. About the Marbella Club, Town & Country reported “rank upstart of the four-star playgrounds. Liveliest, clubbiest, most historically social. It breaks new ground, dares to be young, decided who’s who by its own lights, then hides behind iron gates to keep teeming crowds at bay.
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