Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Algeciras does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Aura Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to Parque Arqueologico de las Murallas Merinies (0.6 mi), a popular Algeciras landmark, Aura Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer a minibar and air conditioning, and Aura Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage. In addition, guests can enjoy breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is paid private parking available on-site.
While in Algeciras, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Aura Hotel, including Bar Casa Pepe (0.4 mi), Ristorante Fiorenza (1.1 mi), and Bar La Casita (1.0 mi).
Best of all, Aura Hotel makes it easy to experience some great Algeciras attractions like Parroquia Nuestra Senora de la Palma, which is a popular architectural building.
Aura Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Algeciras.
I prefer 3 star hotels because the people are often friendlier and the prices are often more reasonable. This is certainly true of the Hotel Aura. The staff couldn't have been more friendly or helpful, the food in the resaurant was excellent and the prices were very reasonable indeed. I needed to det a doc printed, signed, scanned and sent back to me. Reception took care of my request quickly and at no cost. The hotel is very close to 'El Corte Ingles', Spains most famous department store. Finally, the room was fine, everything works correctly.
Hotel located in a good site of Algeciras, with private parking. Breakfast is a total desaster with no quality and no service at all. Hotel needs to improve the quality of breakfast and service urgently, in order not to loose clients. THe recepcionist very educated and helpfull. I will be back to see if breakfast is better because we enjoyed the room.
Awesome hotel have stayed here about 5-6 times now. Staff are very friendly and professional when it come to dealing with customers. The hotel is set in real spain not the Malaga type place. Would recommend this hotel
Stayed for one night before taking the ferry to Ceuta. Arrived to a room with crumbs on the table and carpet, not very clean. Staff not so friendly, breakfast was pretty revolting. Weren't expecting luxury for the price we paid, but still expecting something a little bit better for our money!
This was an excellent value hotel with nice sized rooms (air conditioned). We stayed 10 days and rooms were cleaned and tidied properly every day. All the staff were very friendly and helpful and could speak English if needed, although were very happy to help you learn/improve Spanish too which made the holiday more fun. Breakfast was a good hot and cold buffet and set us up for the day. The on-site restaurant and bar also served food in the evening including a 3 course set menu which changed each day and was very good value at 10 Euros per head (June 2017). Algeciras isn't a "tourist" town but is a good place to stay to explore the area, including Gibraltar and for making trips by fast ferry to Morocco (we did both), and the locals are all very friendly and there is a good selection of shops, cafes and bars in the centre. We flew from the UK to Gibraltar and then just walked over the border to Spain and took a taxi (about 30 Euros) to Algeciras or you can also take the bus (2.50 Euros). The hotel has an underground car park although we chose to use public transport to get around. The modern buses/coaches are all air conditioned and run about every half-hour (for Gibraltar you go to La Linea and then just walk over the border - really easy) and there are bus stops right outside the hotel into town and the main bus station. The buses are also very cheap (especially compared to UK public transport prices). Tourist information can provide a map of all the bus lines and stops etc. We would certainly look to go back again although might hire a car next time (as the hotel has a car park) and we can then explore further afield where the buses don't run to.…