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Leaving Granada we drove through many more kilometres of olive groves to a little place called Setenil de las Bodegas. We turned off the main road, following the *****'s (GPS) instructions into an alleyway and the alleys got smaller, narrower and steeper with every turn and we couldn't turn back. At one stage we had to fold the rear view mirrors back (both sides) to fit through between a building and a fence on the ...
... like I wasn't allowed to use the next two tickets here, he was saying that they were for the hotel bar or something. Sarah walked over, she thought that he thought I was underage or something haha. Eventually he said you want these two in here…? Yep.. He made our drinks, then he only put one on the bar and told Sarah could have it but I wasn't allowed one.. haha. Again we had no idea what he was on about, then he said haha just joking and put the other drink on the bar. ...
... and congratulating by the rest of the company.This village is very possibly the most interesting, quaint and almost medieval one we have had the pleasure of visiting in Spain. It's almost like stepping back in time about a hundred years. Very refreshing. Surprisingly, it hasn't rained either.As we leave, one of the magnificent four is sitting on the bench outside our van. I decide to disregard their grumpy demeanour and say adios. She waves to me and blows me a ...
... with wonderful views over the surrounding countryside. Narrow streets lead to staircases and balconies....cafes waft delicious garlicky aromas and artisanal shops display tablecloths, pottery, olive oils and sausages. We wander aimlessly, enjoying the sights around every corner. The Puento Nuevo of course is the piece de resistance. Spanning the gorge with the small river a hundred feet below, it is a photographers dream. Standing on the 18th ...
Today (Sunday) we helped Uncle Steve to relax in advance of the busy week ahead. The main objective was the beach at Estepona. The morning somehow evaporated but we got there by lunchtime. Now then, beaches down here are very different affairs compared with the UK. Personally, I must express a preference for Shetland (did I ever mention our holiday the Shetland a few years ago? This was one of the best beach holidays I've ever had - not only was ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Diana Park Estepona
We stayed in the hotel for 5 days. As told in preview reviews the hotel is not in Estepona town. It's located about 10 kms from Estepona and two from San Pedro de Alcantara.
Stayed at Diana Park for one night in January 2006. Got a very good price at hrs.de.
We stayed here based on the reviews but wouldn't stay again. The hotel is not really in Estepona but between Estepona and San Pedro off the small highway. It's tricky to find even though I'd read the online instructions and had printed directions from the Michelin online guide. The best tip was to watch for signs to the Marriot as they are everywhere and this hotel is across the street. The Diana Park has very few signs. Even worse, is accessing the hotel as it's on a very busy highway and the exits to the hotel are easy to miss. If you're on the wrong side you have to drive to a place you can turn around and then be careful to exit well ahead of time. The rooms are OK but the pool is very cold and there's not much to do on the property. The breakfast was terrible and not worth the Euro 6. The drive to the beaches is too far IMO and if you're caught in traffic it can take a long time to get anywhere. Next time we'd stay in Marbella or Estepona proper. Why go to the beach and then stay on the highway?
Great Hotel, Excellent value for money. It is located outside Estepona town (about 10km) but this is only about 12-14 euros in a taxi. There are a couple of bars & good quality restaurants right next door though. The hotel is very clean with modern rooms & good sized pool area with plenty of sunbeds. Breakfast has a good choice consisting of cereals, fruit, cold meats & cheese and a hot selection. One downfall is that there is no tea/coffee making facilities in the room.
My husband and I have just returned from a 2 night short break to Spain, where we stayed at the Hotel Diana Park.
We booked this via the internet and had no problems at check in though had telephoned prior to arrival having read another review. The Hotel was immaculate when we were there, very well cared for both indoors and out. It is more attractive than the usual block with balconies, and rooms overlooking the pool are particularly pleasant. The staff were generally good, especially one particular lady in the bar/restaurant. Buffet meals were varied, and although once or twice we arrived at the "wrong" time and found grey scrambled egg, or soggy veg [ there shouldn't really be a wrong time!] , we enjoyed the food. As we had a couple of days of bad weather during our stay, we noticed the lack of a comfortable indoor seating area/lounge, there's only one settee otherwise it's cafe style seats in the bar when indoors. Also the bedroom TV is very limited in English channels - again we would not have noticed this if the weather had been warm and sunny all the time -but when it's windy and wet, constant news channels become a bore!
We had booked our stay months in advance via the Internet. When we arrived at our hotel, they had no record of our reservations. We gave them our reservation number that included two rooms. Not only did they not have our reservations but the front desk did not understand that we needed two separate rooms for two couples. After further checking with the manager, they came up with our reservations and our two rooms.After saying that, the rooms were very nice, comfortable and the grounds lovely. The breakfast which was included in our price was very good.