Brit Hotel Marbella
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Brit Hotel Marbella Biarritz
Travel Blogs from Biarritz
... experience is a huge boon for the many small towns that are on the Camino. Hostels and pensions are a part of every community to welcome the hikers. We enjoyed the communal aspect of the journey and met some interesting people. We had an impressive modern Basque lunch at a winery as we returned. The cellars featured several large barrels where were able to taste directly and fill our glasses or our decanters during lunch. ...
... couple of days ago. Hopefully the nice people from Eurodrive are not reading this and they will appreciate my nice patch up job to take care of a couple of small dents and scratches and a slightly droopy right wing mirror.
This weeks date night on Thursday was less eventful than last week and we only met a few locals and for some reason there are no really funny stories to tell. I don't have the photos but they have been posted on facebook.
... she had not experienced this before, as I pointed out the additional "jets", that could also massage her feet. "oh no.... This is just wonderful, wonderful Robin, thank you...." Marina said so gleefuly. "we must bring Jacques here, tomorrow.... He would love this" After staying in the hot tub, and bubbling for around an hour and a half, we went back to the room. A lunch time salad, sounded good to both of us. Since Jacques was in Bayonne, ...
... the ones who introduced 'road rage' to Southern France. They drive fast and furious and all over the place, and yet they handle people stopping to chat, making u-turns in strange places, and scooters/motorbikes weaving in and out of everywhere without trying to cut people off or knock people over. The biggest problem we are having is remembering to look to the left BEFORE stepping onto the street. Biarritz as it turns ...
... realise that the border actually ran through a river, which no doubt we crossed and I didn't notice.
I was excited when I started seeing signs written in French around Hendaye, and as the bus headed north the view out the window became markedly different. We passed through Saint Jean de Luz and although we were nowhere near the coast at that point, we did have some gorgeous views at other stages through the hour and a half journey.
When the ...