Fuengirola is a hugely popular beach resort located fifteen kilometers from Malaga Airport. A favourite holiday spot of the Spanish and British holiday makers it is made up of hundreds of apartment buildings and hotels resorts. Eating out options vary between traditional Spanish cuisine and cafes serving English breakfasts, pubs serving pie and mash andmore
Fuengirola perfect for families - Emily Pimm. Date of travel: Nov 2008
Fuengirola is a brilliant holiday destination if you've got younger kids. Ours are 7 and 10 and are happy as long as there's a pool, recognisable food and other kids to play with. Fuengirola was a success on all counts. Our hotel had a super pool, was also close to the beach (lots of sandcastles made over 2 weeks!) and restaurants serving 'familiar' grub. We also took them to the aqua park and the zoo.
Beverley. Date of travel: Feb 2005
We have just returned from The hotel Comfortel in Fuengirola. The location is super the hotel was nice. But the costs of a drink for a whiskey,Brandy, 9.75 euro a Gin was 7.75 euro. Well the bar was dead every day and night it was like a week of Sundays.. And the dining room was something else. The staff dress from head to toe in black and don't smile or speak to you. It feels like you have gone to a funeral: spooky. After I had booked I read this about the staff but I thought oh well the dress code is nowt, but it is. I read it in Travellers Review. Oh and if you go by train to Malaga pay at the machine as if you don't the collector charges you Double each. Tour Operator: Alpharooms
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