Hotel Angela  

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 design overlooking the sea. Elsewhere, there’s a buffet restaurant serving up Brit favourites and a lounge bar that hosts dancing.

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  • 1Building
  • 9Floors
  • 261Rooms
  • 3Lifts

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Full Board

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Outdoor infinity pool

The pool is a good size and heated during winter. There's a large terrace with plenty of sunloungers to stretch out on.

Buffet restaurant

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.

Evening entertainment programme

Every night the hotel puts on professional shows including comedians, magicians, dancers and live music. The disco bar hosts popular Flamenco shows so you can dance the night away Andalucian style.

Rooms► View all

double room

Double room sleeps 2 with fridge at a charge.

twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 2 - can also be sold as a single, with fridge at a charge.

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good

just returned after a week at the angela found it a very good hotel the food was really very good other reviews say food not very good well take it from me it was superb i dont know where they got that from. The rooms were a little small with only the beds to sit on (only one chair) but we coped, we were on the 9th floor great view but on the none sunny side next time will book the sunny side.Found staff very friendley and helpfull will definately be backMore

sam18457, huddersfield

Sunny january2015

Just got back from great time in the Angela, met a chap called John macallester,from Manchester. Gave us two tickets to Gibralter, wife wasn't well to go. Got to the coach next morning,they were receipts for jewelry, not gib, well Tracey the thompson rep sorted everything out, and off we went,had a great day, told John at the night, laughter over it, he still had tickets in his wallet,the weather was great for January, we're back again for 3wk in April,I can't wait, Steve,from hydeMore

Stephen S, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

You'll love it

This hotel ticks all the boxes. Friendly, great selection of food, ideally situated. We stayed there to see in the NewYear 2015 and we're sorry to leave. Surprisingly the weather was much better than we'd expected and allowed us to sunbathe on the roof top pool area. There was entertainment every night and the 3 tenors were special receiving standing ovations to every rendition. Isabella and Fransisco on reception gave the finishing touches to a wonderful stay. As MacArthur said 'I shall return'. TRUST ME.More

no1popsy, Llantrisant

winter break

Just returned from a two week break at the Angela Hotel. Hotel very clean, rooms cleaned daily and towels and bed linen changed upon our request. Food good although it became a little boring towards the end. Entertainment was poor although did enjoy listening to George on two occasions and also the Il Divo tribute were excellant. I found that overall the staff were not very friendly with the exception of the lady who cleaned our room (818). It was good that the safe was free but you did have to pay for the fridge (15 euros) which I had to do to store my medication. The time span that the dining room was open for breakfast and evening meal was good however if you chose to go down for your evening meal from 8PM onwards you were made to feel that you had to hurry up as the staff were clearing tables right next to you and getting them ready for breakfast. Overall as a winter break and the low price paid it was a good holiday. eMore

3weeksfreedom, Dudley, United Kingdom

pleasant hotel in good location

Stayed here for two weeks in January 2015. Weather was great the full time. In our view, it is barely 4 star standard and it feels a bit tired. Our room was clean and comfortable if small but with a great view of the beachfront and being on 9th floor near the sea front got the sun from late morning until about 5pm. Unfortunately we eventually had to move to a lower floor because the noise from roof top machinery (we were told it was lift machinery) at night became too much of a nuisance . The new room was on the 5th floor on the front corner so got some road noise. It also had a built in air freshener in the bathroom which seemed to be fitted to the toilet system and which became unbearable after the couple of days we were in it. It also suffered from traffic noise more noticable late at night which thankfully stopped around 12pm. During the day on the balcony or front poolside terrace you could hear the dulcet tones of pan pipes coming from the street/promenade below. This was a pity because the terrace and poolside were very pleasant and the normal street noise only added to the ambience. We found however that the pan pipes were very intrusive and annoying but thankfully it only occurred for a couple of hours on several afternoons while we were there- at which times we abandoned the hotel and went uptown to more pleasant normal street noises. Rooms were kept spotless by the hotel staff. Some towels were a bit tired and in need of renewal but they did the job. We found the food pretty good for a resort hotel. Dining room was pleasant but staff seemed hell bent on getting you out of there as quickly as possible. They were fleet footed when it came to collecting plates and were setting up tables for next day's breakfast long before dinner service was finished which made late diners feel a bit unwanted. Although dining room staff were pleasant and business like they were not over friendly. Food was very much geared to the British pensioners who were the main clients and judging by how much they piled on their plates most clients seemed to enjoy it. There was entertainment each night in the main lounge and It was pretty poor in our view although one couple act who played twice a week, were very good the first time around but after we had heard their set on three occasions we gave the fourth time a miss. (There was entertainment some nights in an entertainment room which we never sampled.) Hotel reception staff were friendly and efficient and although we complained about noise from the room machinery, they did try to help although we were never completely happy with the solution. Had we not been bothered with noise I would have rated this hotel a little better. If I went back I would try for 8th floor west front to avoid street noise and roof machinery noise. ( You may then only have to tolerate inconsiderate guests with loud mouths or loud tellys ) Fuengirola is a good location with fabulous beach and nice old town centre but is getting a bit overdeveloped.More

SEEYOUJimmy, Scotland

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