Very close to the beach, bus and train station, shops and restaurants. Nice and friendly stuff. Good value for money, a little bit to noisy in the nights, but if you want some quite place don’t go to Spain at all!
Best kept secret in Fuengirola! Originally booked for two nights, and ended up staying for 10. Amazing, friendly bilingual staff who are happy to answer any queries. Clean, fresh rooms, and a boho rooftop communal kitchen. Highly recommended and great vfm. - John & Ellie
Nice staff clean rooms Locks on doors useless We got broken into police arrived said door has problem Removed the do not disturb tag locked himself out entered in 1 second used the door sign to flip the lock BEWARE
We often visit this area and usually book a sea view room in a hotel, but decided to spend a bit less and use the money saved to do a few more things around fuengirola. We wanted a room with a fridge, own bathroom, balcony and decent beds. We got everything we required. It is basic, but very clean. There is a shared kitchen but we didnt use it. It is close to the train line so can be a little noisy. I also found the walls between the apartments to be a little thin. I could hear very loud snoring from another room one night, however the air conditioning soon covered up any noise and was very efficient and keeping the room cool. I will definitely stay again. Staff were very helpful. Some great places to eat near the apartments and easy to get to the seafront.
It’s cosy and small hotel,in the main street of Fuengirola,just few meters from train station (not main train station),close to the beach and restaurants and shops,the location is great,the rooms are good and simple,in my point if you’re looking for place just to stay with good prices,this hotel could be a good option,in the rooms you can find useful facilities.