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Just got back from a 6 night stay at the Alhauran Golf Hotel. Excellent late deal price with Hotels4u found via triip advisor. We are familiar with the coastal area and wanted a change. We hired a car and drove from the airport( malagacarhire.com has...More
Nice hotel with only 30-odd rooms, 4-stars is about right. Rooms large and reasonably well-appointed with a very large terrace which was sunny from 4 o'clock onwards, although the "mountain view" wasn't too inspiring. Breakfast is buffet-style with a good range of hot and cold...More
spent Christmas here with my husband.If you are looking for a quiet resort with great staff and amazing golf this is the place for you. the rooms are huge and the food was great. We played a couple of courses in the area but Alhaurin...More
Just returned from a week at this charming hotel. A very compact 4 star hotel which must only have a maximum of 40 rooms. We stopped (my wife and our 2 young girls) for a week in late August 2010 and we all had a...More
Trip report to Alhaurin resort in Alhaurin El Grande, Spain. Its just a few minutes West of Mijas. It is up in the hills.
Hotel - extremely clean and beautifully decorated. Service was very good. This is more like an old Spanish Hacienda than a...More
US$77 - US$123 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Is there access for disabled guests (not able to do stairs or long walks)? THANK YOU.
20 August 2016|
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Only went there for breakfast. There are about 3 to 4 steps to go down into the sitting area from the buffet. But there is lots of other space they can provide you a table with. You can also sit outside if weather is good... More
Only went there for breakfast. There are about 3 to 4 steps to go down into the sitting area from the buffet. But there is lots of other space they can provide you a table with. You can also sit outside if weather is good. No steps there, i believe. A female manager we met seemed wonderfull so she'll do her very best to help you.
Another place i can recommend is cortijo andaluz. You can also get around certain rooms without a problem.