the hotel is really nice and friendly it helped by have a large end room it is on a steep hill and that was hard with children but overall the food and hotel are excellent but pool not heating and we went at end of october and even though the weather was lovely children couldn't bear the pool as it was too cold which was a shame would stay here again
Very nice hotel. Staff wonderful, can't do enough for you. Only downfall was that when I originally booked the price was quoted in GBP. It advised the hotel would take half the payment straight away. Once the booking was made I received a confirmation in GBP then another in Euros. The Hotel then converted the Euro to GBP and the difference was an additional £44.00 GBP making the exchange rate. £0.98 to the euro as opposed to £1.35 in the shops.
We had a single overnight stay here as a stay over on way to the airport - i wish it had been longer!
The hotel is immaculate and the staff are incredibly helpful and friendly.
The restaurant has fabulous views and the breakfast was one of the best we have had.
Located on the Malaga coast in the historic town of Benalmádena, Spain, the 3 star Hotel La Fonda is a wonderful place to …More
Lovely apartment with spacious balcony and beautiful sea view. A little way from the centre but well connected to Benalmadena and other resorts by local bus service and to the airport by train/local bus. Helpful, cheerful staff.
Fantastic stay , hotel rooms very clean ,with the rooms being cleaned and beds made every day ,Great views all round from balconies. Facilities within the hotel cater for all. Food very good, entertainment even better ,family's with small children and elderly should be advised by hotel staff that half way up the steep hill to the hotel is a car park that can be used as an entry and exit ,rather than people struggling up to the front of the hotel .staff are friendly and pleasant .overall great hotel for everyone.
Hotel is very clean but overall dated. Comfy beds and enough space for 2 beds. A third bed would make the room cramped. Good selection of breakfast items. Problem with food not being very hot but on second morning noticed a microwave to warm your food in. Is isn't ideal for a 3 star hotel. All the staff polite and accommodating. What we were appalled about is having to pay for a sun bed around the pool even for 2 hours at the end of the day. No price reduction either.
Traveller from west yorkshire.
The San Fermín Hotel is located in Benalmádena Costa, a popular beach town in Málaga , well-known for its many leisure …More
i have rated this hotel on what it is, a budget hotel which delivers excellent value for money. the rooms are not huge but are of an ample size with very comfortable beds. well presented bathrooms with good powerful showers and the towels changed and rooms cleaned daily. There is a small pool with a surrounding area that is now concreted rather than grass along with a large terrace area both of which are located off of the third floor. the optional breakfast is only coffee, juice and a bread roll with meat and cheese but can't complain as we only paid a pound per person. the staff are friendly and smiling, even the ones who don't speak english. lastly the hotel is in a great position only a two minute walk from the front in a quiet side street and the hotel itself is quiet.
Traveller from South Yorks
The brand new Betania hotel is situated in Benalmádena Costa, a charming beach resort on the beautiful Costa del Sol in …More
Benalmadena divides into two discrete parts: five kilometres inland is the original quiet, traditional, whitewashed village; on the coast is the new seaside resort of Benalmadena Costa, featuring a lively glitzy marina. The latter adjoins the less frenetic end of Torremolinos, with its sandy beaches, myriad family attractions and good water sports facilities.