Located in the heart of Estepona on the edge of the casco historico.
The rooms are clean and adequate in size with the best of them offering sea views and great terraces. But be warned these come on a very much first come first served basis. And while the rooms all have air-conditioning, TVs and en suite bathrooms, I was not very impressed by the rooms with a window looking onto an ugly building just metres away. That said, this is not really the sort of place where you would want to spend all your time in your room.
Largely limited to a reception area, with a café and restaurant next door.
Eating and drinking
A buffet breakfast is served in the restaurant with a variety of choices from continental, to a Full English breakfast if required. The restaurant doubles up as a café/tapas bar that is used by many locals, which is a good sign. It offers classical local fare, with plenty of fresh fish and seafood.
There is no pool, but with the sea only 150 metres away, it’s a compromise you might be happy with.
Friendly and hospitable, with bilingual staff.
Who stays there
A mixture of nationalities in peak season, with mostly Spanish in the winter.
As well as cheap rooms, breakfast is three euros, which will hardly break the bank.
- Families with younger children
- Stag / hen parties
- People watching
Pros & Cons
- Lots of restaurants are on the doorstep with many beach bars offering alfresco dining
- Central location
- No parking
- No pool or in-house facilities such as a gym or sauna