An infinity pool and a beach on tap are just 2 reasons to stay here.
Location-wise, this hotel is just across from a sandy beach, with shops, bars and restaurants spilling out on the doorstep. And if you want to go further afield, central Fuengirola is a 15-minute walk away.
The new pool, added for 2013, is the centrepiece – it’s an L-shaped infinity number overlooking the sea. Elsewhere, there’s a buffet restaurant serving up Brit favourites and a lounge bar that hosts dancing.
The main restaurant offers buffet breakfast and dinner in a family friendly atmosphere. There's also an à la carte menu, weekly themed night and a weekly gala dinner in the winter months. Gentlemen are asked to wear long trousers and shirts - not T-shirts, for dinner and jackets and ties on the gala nights.
Just come back from a weeks stay at the above hotel,i found it very clean the rooms could do with
updating but having said that they have a great shower room.The food at the hotel is fantastic the
choice is excellent will go back again.More
mclark1, York, United Kingdom
Adults only? Great grandparents only!
Not for young people. We are 56 and felt WELL out of place. The service in the dining room was collection of used crockery only. There was no being shown to table and no service to table, apart from extorsionally priced drinks, at all. The waiters were pleasant but not very friendly. Food was very disappointing. Not very warm and there was no Spanish food at dinner worth talking about. Obviously catered for the elderly English people. A few of the other guests did say they came time after time, but again these were the older people. Entertainment at night in the lounge were singers catering for quickstep, foxtrot, waltz, etc. Now the Gala night. 3 musicians appeared in the dining room. Walked from one end to the other singing about 2 or 3 songs. Walked back again, but one of them was holding out his tamborene for tips. Then they walked out. WHAT? REception staff were hit and miss. Some were very good an others a bit miserable. The maintenance steff were very good. As soon as they were requested they were there. Just a slight problem witt the air con which was quickly fixed, The rooms were pleasant and well cleaned. The overall cleanliness was good. I would say that if you are under retirement age, go elsewhere.More
Richard M, South Normanton, null, United Kingdom
3rd time for Hotel Angela
Stayed at the Angela for the last three years we were there from Sept 30th until 14th Oct. Nothing much had changed the receptin was clean and we got to our room fairly quickly had a poolside room. At dinner that evening my husband informed the head waiter he was a coeliac so he fetched one of the chefs to talk to him. From then on his soup was delivered with gluten free bread to our table every night so very happy with the service in the dinning room. Only complaint would be the temperate of the water in the pool it was freezing. Someone complained because you have to pay a deposit of 10 euro for towels but you get the whole amount back when you hand the towels in at the end the rep told us that last year around 300 towels went missing so I don't blame the hotel for charging a deposit. We had a good time all in all except for the last three days it rained but thats not the hotels fault. We will be returning to the Angela same time next year.More
lynnYorkEngland, york england
We have stayed at the Yarama which is very near the Angela, in fact were told it is the Angela's sister hotel. well what a difference small rooms overlooked on your balcony. no bath .food poor and had to find your own table in the dinning room, when busy was difficult, if you wanted a sun bed either paid full price across the road . or walk up to the Yarama beach had a few euros off but it was always busy as two hotels were using it.Shortage of staff in the dining room caused them stress which was obvious and bordered on rude.
.The reception staff however were really good. and helped a lot when we were bitten by local bugs nothing was to much trouble.More
how a hotel has changed
we have stayed at the Angela on 8 occasions. in the past we have always looked forward to our next holiday at the Angela but this year we spent 2 weeks in September and we were not happy with the hotel.we found the food was not up to their usual standard and now you have to put down a 10 euro deposit to get towel for the sun beds which were in your room ,there seems to be a shortage of staff in the dinning room ,the morning rush for sun beds as there is not sufficient for the guest they haveMore
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