Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Fuengirola, Hotel Galicia is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Galicia makes it easy to enjoy the best of Fuengirola.
Hotel Galicia is a family-friendly small hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
While staying at Hotel Galicia, visitors can check out Rio Fuengirola Pedestrian Bridge (0.3 mi) and Monument to the Catholic Monarchs (0.6 mi), some of Fuengirola's top attractions.
If you like French restaurants, Hotel Galicia is conveniently located near New River, Sweet Moments, and Paris Latino.
If you’re looking for something to do, Bioparc Fuengirola (0.4 mi), Plaza Constitucion (0.6 mi), and Paseo Maritimo Promenade (1.0 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Galicia.
Hotel Galicia is sure to make your visit to Fuengirola one worth remembering.
We upgraded at the Hotel to one of their apartments which are just across the road, just behind/above the supermarket. Really big apartment, in pristine condition, great balcony with beautiful sea view and amazing sunrises. Really clean apartment fully fitted and very economical (only cost an extra 70 Euros to upgrade for 5 nights) Fresh Towels every day, just perfect only 5 minutes from the beach and the Zoo. Great street market on the Sunday, better than the big Tuesday Market, 10/10 stay.
Functional hotel, good staff, clean, and good prices. Great internet throughout the hotel. 5 minute walk into Fuengirola. The hotel located on the main road, so if you are a light sleeper, you will hear the road noise.
Decided to stop over in Fuengirola last minute and found this hotel to be of a great price and standard. Hotel staff were very friendly and helpful and location only a short walk to the beach and other facilities. Easy parking.Would use again and recommend.
This hotel is clean,smart and in a reasonable location. The road outside although busy is kept quiet by the double glazing. The shower is powerful and the bed is comfortable which are two big pluses for me. The only real drawback is the empty corridors which make the slightest noise echo. But worth the money.
We stayed for 14 nights.First of all in room 103,perfect,huge with a juliette balcony. We then decided to stay longer so moved to 301...wow!!!! our terrace was approx 18ft x 10ft and each room on floor 3 has one.The views are great. Adequate sized room,with an en-suite shower room and wc. T.V was only in spanish and couldn't change it.Linen changed daily,spotless.A vending machine with kit kats,beers,water and cans etc in foyer also hot drinks machine. Peter who is on reception from Friday afternnon until Sunday speaks perfect English too. Would definitely stay agian. Perfect quiet location at the castle end of Fuengirola,10 mins to the church square and 10 mins to the beach.Free wifi in all bedrooms too.
I liked it, the location, 2 mins from beach, supermarket 30yds away open till 9 or 10pm, rooms have aircon, 65€ per night for a twin room in mid July that's good, underground parking offered and taken for 10€ per night, in a quiet part of Fuengirola, police station nearby, train and bus station 15-20min walk at a slow pace, lots of shops en route, staff and cleaners are excellent
Room 114 - with adjoining door - so ideal if friends or family. - comfortable room , bed with great strong shower - lift accessand small balcony for air - hotel was spotless. Wifi free and worked well. Easy access to towna nd beach with added advatage great supermarket across the road.
We arrived late in Fuengirola with no reservation at any Hotel. One Hotel we checked upon arrival, the rate requested was Euro 140,00 and we thought ,it was not worth the money. In the mean time,we noticed Galicia Hotel which looked quite decent from outside and thought to ask if they were available rooms.They did and decided to stay.The rate was quite reasonable but no breakfast included as the Hotel had no a restaurant. The room in the 3rd floor that given to us was quite big and the bathroom too. All the amenities also provided, quite good bed and mattress and of course TV, air con and free internet. A big private balcony with chairs was also there to enjoy. We had good night sleep but we could easily hear late night guests and their conversation in the corridors when going to their rooms. The room and the public areas of the Hotel were quite clean. The gentleman in reception when signed in, friendly and professional same with the lady at check out. We thought that this stay was worth the money we paid.…
Clean room, good shower, comfortable bed all for a good price, but unless you are comatose with cheap lager or a very heavy sleeper, I would say this hotel is not for you. The floors are solid and the click clack of shoes, banging doors and people talking echoes throughout the building. I was also near the lift which clicked loudly every time it stopped and started, which was often continuously. I had booked three nights but gave up in exhaustion after two and headed off to a four star in the town just to get some sleep. No breakfast, but Fuengirola is not exactly short of cheap and pretty good eateries, so I don't count this as a minus. TV also has no English channels, which is a bit weird for a tourist hotel, but who cares about TV on holiday?. Nice enough hotel, shame about the noise.…
We stayed for 2 nights with our teendaughter. The hotel was very easy to find, and the price was ok too. We were told the free parkingspaces near the hotel would be unavailable the two days we were there, due to a market being held on sunday. The receptionist told us the police would remove any car parked along the streets or at the large parkingspaces around the mosk. So we would be better of paying 12 euro a day for the hotels private parking. Well, this was not true. We did pay for the parking, but the whole time we was there, there was plenty of vacant free parkingspots around the hotel. So don`t pay for the parking when you can do it for free. The police does NOT remove parked cars because of the market. The lobby looked a bit shabby, with furniture that could use replacement. The room was ok, and the bathroom was clean. It seemed to be an ok place to stay for a couple of nights. But it was very noisy. Not from the street-noise, but from the other hotel-guests. The doors slams shut, and you can easily hear what the guys in the next rooms says. So we did not get much sleep, as other guests came and went at all times of the day and night. In addition the beds were very hard, so a hurting back woke us up in the morning. There were only spanish tv-channels, but the internetconnection was ok. There is no waterboiler or cups there, so don`t be planning on eating breakfast or having your morningcoffee at the room. There is a coffeemachine in the lobby however, which gives you a tiny coffee or other coffeedrink for just 80 cent. Luckily there is a cafe just on the corner. The hotel is located only a short walk from the beach and it`s about a 5 minutes walk to the western part of the town beach. A lot of restaurants and small shops are located here. There is also a large supermarked just across the road. You can walk to the castillo and also to the bigger shoppingcentre in town. The town centre is a bit further to the east, but if you fancy a good walk, you can reach it by foot too. An OK hotel if you aren`t planning on staying too long, and also OK if you can get it at last minute prices. It is really a worn budget hotel, so don`t pay too much for your stay.…
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