If you’re looking for a charming hotel in Ardales, look no further than Apartamentos Ardales.
Apartamentos Ardales is a charming hotel offering a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a coffee shop, outdoor furniture, and a sun terrace. Plus, guests can enjoy a rooftop pool, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Ardales. For guests with a vehicle, secured parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Bar Restaurante Juan Vera, which is a diner that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like La cueva de Dona Trinidad Grund (0.2 mi), Ruta del Turon: Puente de Molina y Castillo de Turon (0.4 mi), and Centro de Interpretación La Prehistoria en Guadalteba (0.2 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
The staff at Apartamentos Ardales looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
I stayed at this apartment for 1 night with my family of 4. The apartment was very clean. The kitchen was well-equipped with a fridge/freezer, microwave, four burner range, utensils, plates, and cookware. However, it did not have any spices or oil for cooking. The entry had a lounge area with a sofa, table, and TV. Up a few steps was the kitchen and eating area. The upper floor had 2 bedrooms which shared one bathroom. There was plenty of hot water for our showers. Each room had it’s own climate control to keep the temperature comfortable. There were plenty of outlets for charging electrical devices. There was wifi and it worked at a moderate speed. The main entrance is located on a one way road. There is no place to stop and unload your car. However, if you make two left turns, you can park for free behind the building or for a charge in their garage. We had a big car but the spaces were big enough to not worry about damage. The town is not very big and we expected it to be very quiet. Oddly, it seemed every dog in town started barking in unison just before sunrise which was quite annoying. It’s nothing the hotel can fix, but something to be aware of. The apartment was about a 15 minute drive to El Caminito Del Rey. I’d stay here again if I return to the area. My family really liked this hotel/apartment.…
I was one of 14 cyclists who spent 2 nights at the Apartamentos Ardales in September 2019 and there was unanimous agreement that it was the best hotel of our trip with large comfortable rooms, a small living room and a kitchen. The complementary breakfast and the front desk staff were the best of our trip as well. What more can I say! Our group walked the Caminito del Rey (highly recommended) and the hotel staff arranged the tickets and the taxi to/from the start of the Caminito.
We stayed here for one night to visit the Lake nearby and were so impressed! There were three of us and we had one of the two bedroom apartments, it was really well presented and spacious with outside seating in the little courtyard, clean and modern and the staff were very friendly, recommending places to eat in the town. The pool on the roof is a nice treat and the views form up there up the hill are great! The lake is about a 15 minute drive away, we visited Indian sports to go Paddleboarding and then the next day went to La Isla sports to go out in a pedalo. The Restaurant El Mirador is up on the lakeside mountain road with the most fantastic views from their terrace. The location is really quaint, very spanish and very friendly, I would definitely recommend the place just round the corner on the square for meatballs and prawns!!!…
Stayed in this beautiful village a night before the hike at Caminito Del Rey. The village is a typical Pueblo Blanco and beautiful. Very friendly locals. The apartment we got was a 3 bedroom and had great views of the village. The apartment was very clean and well equipped. They do have a roof top swimming pool, small but cute Had a comfortable night before our hike Would definitely recommend it!!
Everybody meets down on the square in one of the countless bars. Friendly locals. Always some event going on. Triathlon when we were there. A village the tourists haven’t found yet except for a few hikers on their way to the Camino del Rey.