We stayed here last year and were very impressed with everything it had to offer. So much so that we booked another fortnight this year. It was a relief to discover that the facilities and service were just as good. We found it the perfect place to chill out around the pool, there were always plenty of sunbeds and umbrellas for shade.
The free beach towels meant we did not have to take our own and these could be changed on a daily basis. The staff were always polite, helpful and there were enough of them so you were never waiting long for what you needed.
We would recommend B&B (the breakfast choice is amazing with eggs, omelettes, pancakes and crepes cooked fresh to order) as there are many good restaruants and bars in the town - bit of a hike (15-20mins stroll) but well worth it.
If you can't be bothered going into town the pool bar serves very good food (at a reasonable price) until late in the evening - great if you got back from a day's travelling, and there is a buffet meal served in the restaurant - can't comment as we didn't try this but it looked good.
It is a perfect place for discovering the rest of the Costa Del Sol, right on the main A7 with a bus stop outside. In case you are worrying about the noise, this is at the back and we couldn't hear it. All rooms overlook the sea and we would recommend you ask for an upper floor in the Ronda building for the best views.
This hotel was well presented across the road from the beach. Great views and a great swimming pool. The food was a buffet at each meal time and there was a great selection for vegetarians and meat eaters. At dinner time the chef will come out of the kitchen and make a fresh omelette or fried eggs right in front of you! It's quite quiet around the area of the hotel but if your looking for more bars and restaurants then all you need to do is step out of the hotel and turn right, walk for about 20 - 30 minutes and there are hundreds of bustling bars and restaurants.
Stay didn't start well as our room wasn't available until after 3pm. After check in room was nice and clean, fairly basic but inexpensive. Good location for nice range of restaurants. Great accessibility for those with limited mobility.
Traveller from London
Superbly located in Fuengirola, in Málaga province the modern 3 star hotel Pyr Fuengirola Hotel offers comfortable …More
A great position and only a 10 minute walk from the train station. The staff were polite and helpful and the facilities were as described. My only comment is that some areas ie corridors etc need updating. tired carpet etc but not dirty. the hotel overall was very clean and the good point was that it was at the quiet end of Feungirola but only a few minutes walk to get into the hustle and bustle if you wanted it. Plenty of choice of restaurants on the doorstep so you did not have to go far. Also a couple of general supermarket style shops close by. I would stay here again and tghe rooftop pool may be small but it was nice to cool off and sunbathe on the roof without the crowds.
Traveller from hertfordshire
Hotel situated on the beach front, along the beautiful promenade of Fuengirola, only a few metres from the beautiful crystal …More
Hotel turned out to be better than expected overall. For a 3 star establishment, you get everything you would expect including modern, spacious rooms that include a good size TV and the bonus of a fridge, friendly English speaking staff and a much wider selection for breakfast than we were expecting to!
Budget accommodation - value for money. However what lets this down for us as a couple was the views - our view was of a roof top. The pool - not enough sun loungers - we were unable to go in the pool for lack of loungers to sit on - area was crowded
Elaine from Liverpool, Merseyside, UK
The tasteful 3 star Veramar Aparthotel offers a typical atmosphere. A lobby with a reception 24 hour front desk service bar …More
We only stayed for one night but found the hotel very clean and comfy, the room perfectly adequate with sea views and the staff very helpful. We had a late flight home but were able to store our bags and use a courtesy room to shower and change so we could make the most of our day after checking out.
Traveller from uk
The building was constructed in 1975 and consists of 10 floors and a total of 133 apartments. Guests are offered a stylish …More
Fuengirola boasts eight kilometres of sandy beaches, flanked by high-rise hotels. Although heavily developed, it retains some local identity and glimpses of its historic past. The old port features traditional fishing boats, while the new marina has sleek yachts. A water park, zoo and water sports are the principal diversions while the weekly flea market is the largest and liveliest on the coast. For a glimpse of yesteryear visit neighbouring Boliche.