An infinity pool with views of the Mediterranean and a beach on tap are just two 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 pool 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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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Facilities ► View all
Outdoor infinity pool
The pool is a good size with a large terrace with plenty of sunloungers to stretch out on. There are great views over the Mediterranean Sea from the pool area.
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. There's a lift that can take you to the entertainment venue.
Rooms ► View all
Double Room with Balcony
These double rooms come equipped with a balcony, air-conditioning, a fridge* and satellite TV. You'll either have a shower or a bath with an overhead shower.
Twin Room with Limited Sea View and Balcony
These bright and fresh twin rooms come equipped with air-conditioning, a fridge* and satellite TV. You'll also have a balcony that offers a partial view of the ocean. They come with either a shower or a bath with an overhead shower.
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Love this hotel not our first visit, the food is very good with lots of choice at both Breakfast and Dinner the Marina Bar at the front of the hotel is lovely and the staff are very pleasant stopped in there most days for a drink as we were made to feel very welcome. The only negative thing i could say is the pool area is a sun trap which i know is what most people love, however i do like to sit out but with a little shade i tried to put my sun bed in the shade near the hotel but was told by the pool boy this is not possible (WHY) i work in the NHS where we promote safe sun so going back to work sun burnt is not a good luck i much preferred it the way it used to be with a little garden area where you could go to get some shade. We stayed in room 717 which was lovely and had a great view which was great for most of our stay until the last two nights when the room to the right of us must have changed guests believe me i am scared for life with what i heard late at night just a little bit of consideration for other guests would have been nice we all like to enjoy ourselves on holiday just maybe a little quieterMore
Just returned from a weeks stay at the Angela Hotel, we were given room 323, absolutely amazing, sea view right at the front, don't worry about traffic noise it's OK. Spacious room, free safety deposit box, tea and coffee facilities. This is our second time at this hotel and can't wait to go back. Food is really good, lovely salads, and plenty of meat and fish options if that's what you want. Infinity poor amazing, go down about 4p.m. and you could be swimming on your own. Location is very good, 20 minutes walk to the Bus Station, you can get the M122/M221 to Mijas up in the mountains, cost is 1.55 euros and takes about 25mins. You can also get to Marbella, Torremolinos and Benalmadena. There is also the train you can get to Malaga takes about 45mins and costs 3.45 euros. This hotel has it all, staff are excellent nothing to much trouble. Do yourself some good and book this hotel, you won't regret itMore
Another great stay at the Anglea
Just returned a couple of days ago for a four night half board break we booked with Thomson. The transfers were quick, taking around 45 minutes from the airport and we were the fourth drop off. Lovely hotel and choice of food, although we thought at times it could have been hotter, breakfast ok, but my husbands poached eggs were hard and he said the sausages weren’t brilliant, My omelette was undercooked, but I enjoyed the hash browns and the tomatoes. The bacon was good as was the orange juice, tea, coffee etc. Dinner was tasty, loads of choice and well cooked, the house red wine was very drinkable. I would have liked more of a selection of softer bread to go with the soup instead of the very crusty rolls they put out in the evening, but they seem to put this out at breakfast instead. The coffees in the hotel were 2.20 euros for a cup and was nice, milky and hot. We don’t drink that much and I can’t remember how much a pint was but it was cheaper outside of the hotel as you would expect. Staff brilliant! Rooms and all areas of the hotel very clean. We paid extra for a limited sea view room and was given room 322 on the third floor which also had a pool view, very happy. Free safe, pool towels 10 euros each, changed whenever you wanted to and refunded on your departure. Always managed to get a sun bed around the pool and enjoyed a swim, liked the fact that it didn’t have a deep end and was great, not too cold once in. We also took advantage of the discounted sunbeds on the beach opposite the Yaramar hotel two beds and a brolly for the day was 6 euros. Very good hotel, everything you need for a comfortable stay. Loads of hot water and a powerful step-in shower, plus English channels on the TV. Tea and coffee making facilities in the room, just ask at reception if you need more tea bags and milk (we did, as there only seemed to be enough for a couple of cups each) and they will arrange for housekeeping to send some up to your room. This is about the fourth time we’ve been to this hotel and it never disappoints. We had an absolutely lovely holiday here again.More
Very pleased with our choice
This is a great hotel with great facilities. Small but never crowded pool and huge sun terrace. We could always get a lounger. Inside pool similarly small but as we were always the only ones in it that wasn't a problem. Breakfast and dinner plentiful and loads of choice. We are generally not a fan of hotel entertainment. We found a fabulous street to have a drink in after dinner just two minutes away. Try Bar Latino, Jacaranda or Bar Mundi on Calle Francesco Cano. More
Holiday in the sun.
My wife and I holidayed in Fuengirola for a week in August. I was apprehensive before our stay as I'm not one for lying about baking in the sun. As soon as we reached our destination I was delighted with my wife's choice of destination and hotel. Fuengirola is a beautiful place to stay. Beautiful beach, fantastic restaurants, bars and lots to do. Angela hotel is fantastic. The photos show views of the beach from our room. We booked a few trips through our holiday rep from TUI which were fantastic, The Rock (Gibraltar), Andalusian Ranch and Mattress trip. Back to the hotel. The premises, the staff and the food were superb. The choice food in the dining room was so varied I didn't know where to start and on consumption I thought I was going to explode after eating so much. The hotel staff were very polite, friendly and helpful. Nothing was any bother to them, everything we requested was carried out quickly and with a smile. I must highlight one particular member of staff in the dining room called "William". Each day at breakfast and tea he always greeted us with a smile and advice on where to visit and his personal experiences of his recommendations. I class William as a friend, he is also a stylish person with cool white spectacle frames and perfectly tailored outfits. I look forward to returning sometime to Fuengirola where I will definitely stay in The Angela Hotel. One thing I will avoid is staying in August again as the heat was intense topping 45 degrees Celsius every day. September on is apparently more bearable. Thank you to all the staff and William for making our first visit to Fuengirola so memorable.More
Billy B, 186534
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Just so you know this hotel does not accept stag or hen parties.