El Presidente Apartments

Calle Sevilla, Marbella, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 

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Visit of Marbella and Torremolinos for a day

A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea

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... off. Near Gibraltar we saw a sign for a camping and went to have a look. It was a real weird camping and the kind that was only with people in the weekend. The real old guy from the reception was a real weird German and looked as if he walked out of a creepy film. We walked through the camping before deciding and especially Andrea didn't feel like staying so we left and drove off passed Gibraltar and Terifa where we found a real nice surfers ...

Ronda to Seville

A travel blog entry by annsplace

5

... bottles of it on the tables in cafés and restaurants. We ate in a beautiful little courtyard at our hotel tonight as it was about 10pm by the time we had checked in. Bruce booked hotel through "Mr and Mrs Smith" website. Hotel and staff delightful so will keep that in mind for another time. Bed at 1am and still about 20 ...

Sinfully delightful day on the beach!

A travel blog entry by travelswithelsa

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... and spices (like a Swiss raclette), followed by a hot fish seafood soup. Back to the beach for siesta! At 7:30pm the beach cushions were being gathered up, so we had to move! We sat down for a drink outdoors at our hotel.

I nearly choked on my tea when the customer near me at the little boutique dropped his pants to try on different shorts on sale. This was ...

Week 6

A travel blog entry by lindsay81

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... a very busy city, with loads of tourists, mixed in with locals and obvious Roma people plying their trades selling sticks or reading palms for money, and driving horse drawn carriages for dopey (costs €50.00) tourists. The main attraction was the Moorish/Christian Alcazar and gardens. This was followed by a walk over to the Plaza de Espana. The day, and week ended, with a sangria in the old Jewish area. A great way to end another full on week, in a great European city. Bring on week ...

4 Days in Marbella

A travel blog entry by robmarfox

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... includes a small tumble washing machine. The kitchen has fridge freezer,hot plate,convection oven and has a good supply of crockery. A walk up the main street this morning was followed by lunch on the balcony - 'barra rustico '(bread stick)with pâté, cheese and tomato washed down with lemon shandy. Lunch followed by siesta led us to explore the beach and swim in the Mediterranean for the first time. Beach was fairly crowded and the water was ...

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    TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Presidente Apartments Marbella

    Reviewed by amery

    Gracious and Spacious El Presidente

    Reviewed Aug 27, 2012
    by (2 reviews) Lake Rotoiti, Rotorua , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    We stayed in a privately owned third floor apartment which is sometimes rented-
    http://www.holiday-home-rentals.co.uk/rentals/6598.html
    The spacious apartment was well equipped with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and two terraces- a large one overlooking the nearest pool and a smaller roof terrace.
    The grounds of the estate are set in a wood of pine trees, with five pools set in spacious lawns and the common areas have many Alhambra style fountains and water features. We loved the tennis courts and other sports facilities, and the the fist line to the beach position of the estate, The beach with beach bars was about a 12 minute walk, or a one minute drive.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews El Presidente Apartments Marbella

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding