Alanda Club Marbella
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... strop after our first stop at the reservoir because we were meant to get Breakfast at our first stop! But due to the language barrier we had our breakfast on the last stop at the citrus farm! Bit tricky!, we had freshly squeezed orange juice, homemade bread with fresh marmalade and a pork terrine spread. Was yummy even if it was 1pm! The orchard owner was a real character, had an old vest on like Craig's Drizabone ...
... a feeling of weightlessness in between steps. I got back to the cabin, got the suitcases quickly set out prior to the midnight deadline and tried to get to sleep as we rolled and churned, listening to the wind whistle through the balcony door.
We exited the ship at leisure the next morning as we were spending our final day in Barcelona before flying home Sunday ...
... and everything. My kind of place!
We got some shopping time in and made our way back to the bus for a ride down the mountain and down the coastline back to Malaga.
This was by far my favorite place. Well, other than Barcelona. I'm very impressed with Spain and really would like to return fir some land travel. The high speed train comes right to Malaga and it has a major airport. I have tons of pictures. I hope you enjoy ...
... had water sprays coming from the awnings to cool their patrons down, that looked like steam in the heat.
We follow ed the architectural tour, which took us around town including a new modern market that was called the mushroom with very modern canopies. Tony wanted to take up drawing as his new fad and purchased a pencil and pad, can't wait for the results of that, although I think he has the Titanic type of drawing in ...
... our Sunday Lunch.
Back at the campsite the reception were happy to let us have the keys to a couple of cabin/chalets to see if we liked them. The attractive log cabins were a bit dark inside but the Campecos cabins near the swimming pool were light and airy so we have decided it will be number 8 for us next year if we book early.
We have enjoyed being here and feel lucky our breakdown problems happened here giving us the time to spend here in exploration of these lovely ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Alanda Club Marbella
We stayed in March and the weather wasn't so great, so we couldn't profit from the lovely outdoor pool. The indoor pool had somewhat restricted hours, like 10h-18h, or was it 19h? Anyway we often rushed home in the evening in order not to miss a swim in the pool. The apartement really impressed us, the kitchenette was bigger and better equiped than our kitchen at home! Kettle, dishwasher, microwave, oven, mixer, ice crusher, washing machine, ....
We stayed here for a week at the end of June in an apartment with a double room. The apartment was on the second floor in the block which was very quiet the week we were there. We were fully equipped with a TV which had satellite so we got BBC1 among others and there was also a cd/radio, as well as a jacuzzi bath which was fun.
Stayed at the Alanda club in April and thoroughly enjoyed it!
We just returned from a 1 week stay at the Alanda Club Marbella. We stayed at Granada 1 and the room was spacious. We had a 2 bedroom suite with 3 baths, living room, dining room, bar area and kitchen. We were lucky we got to stay on the main floor so we had a patio area and our own pool area. There was also a waterfall nearby so it was very soothing to hear the waterfall at night. The bedrooms have sliding doors but it also has bars so noone can step in or out of your bedroom when your sleeping. The suite also has its own washer and dryer so it enables you to pack light.
Great, different from all the others in Marbella
We just came back from a great holiday at the Alanda Club Marbella! The kidsclub is perfect, our children just loved it. The apartmens where very spacious and fully equiped which you do not see very often.The temperature was still 20º. We will come back for sure!!!
The Alanda Club is a 5 star rated timeshare complex located in Elviria and is suitable for families. It is about a 35 minute drive from Malaga Airport and easily reached via the N340 coastal highway. The Club is about a 10 minute walk to the nearby beach. Marbella is a further 10 munutes drive to the west.
Stayed there in March 2004, also stayed in several other hotels in Andalucia on this trip, this was by far the worst. Food and drinks overpriced and terrible. Service non-existent. Problems with hot water, I took a short shower, my daughter then went to take one, no hot water, the person who came to fix it tried to make out it was my fault, that I must have taken a bath!!! Rooms are large and spacious, but the amenities at the club are very poor, we had a car so that was not a problem for us.
I would not stay there again.
Where is the Customer Service we all want and need
Alanda Club Marbella, in my opinion, has no customer service skills. The personnel that work there are rude and unhospitable. We loved seeing the Andalucian Coast but the people would not raise a finger to make my vacation one bit more memorable. I thought that was thier job. I thought that was what they enjoyed doing. I thought wrong.The Villa's were very nice, the location was great. I just wish we would have stayed elsewhere. The Andalucian Coast is a very expensve area, look to the mountains for the better deals. Mijas is an awesome place to shop and see the sights. Rhonda is also spectacular.
The very spanish alanda club
The rooms here are fabulous, although the hot tubs were a little hard to get working. The sangria and paella option at lunch is fabulous! You see the paella being cooked in front of you. The staff at the front desk are very helpful, most speak english fluently. There is live music in the evenings - on one night there is karaoke which sounds tacky but is actually done quite well. This is a solid holiday destination.