Hotel Palacio Blanco
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... unpacked and aimed to set off the next day. The site owner (camp commandant) was as miserably hostile as ever but had kept our van safe and sound which was the main thing but we decided not to hang around the next day. A tremendous thunderstorm stared during the night and continued until the next morning which knocked out the Internet at the site. We were therefore unable to pay by card so I walked to the ATM around ...
... proudly this strikes me (ahaha) as a good time to take a closer look at the political workings of Spain.
In Holland the economic crisis in Spain always makes for a good news bulletin, with the most important question being: how will their mismanagement affect us? Although I can´t answer that, I have learned a thing or 2, or let´s make it 3, about how the system works here. First, about ...
Our trip to Cordoba was canceled today, so we ended up with a quiet day around the resort. Debbie and I took a walk in the afternoon and found a charming local restaurant where we had Tapas and fabulous Sangria. The restaurant was La Latina and had about 5 or 6 tables and the most lovely owners. ...
Day 56 Alhambra This morning I am determined to get Paul up and out the door before the day is half over. We set the alarm for 7am but for some weird reason, whenever the alarm is set Paul wakes up throughout the night to keep checking what time it is. This morning he wakes up at 5-10am and goes to the bathroom, I just groan and try and go back to sleep after he has opened the iPad to check the time, got up, turned on the bathroom light then ...
... the car park, there's a snag - I've forgotten my bloody boots! What a pillock! I can't be bothered to drive back to Frigiliana to fetch them, so it's going to be a case of walking in sandals today. This entails an change of route. The Molinero is far too steep and rough to be viable in sandals, but the track from the Cueva to the Pinarillo Picnic Area and beyond is motorable, and ought to be walkable for me today.
Motorable, but not today. ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Palacio Blanco Velez-Malaga
Wir fanden das Palacio Blanco toll
Dies ist ein fantastisches Boutiquehotel, das im historischen Teil der Stadt liegt. Die Besitzer Nick und Lesley sind tolle Gastgeber und unser Aufenthalt war spitzenklasse.
Loved the Palacio Blanco
This is a stunning boutique hotel located in the historic part of town. The owners Nick & Lesley are great hosts, we had an excellent stay.
Das beste Hotel unserer Reise
Wir entschieden uns hauptsächlich deshalb für dieses Hotel, weil es in Velez Malaga war und der Flughafen Malaga somit einfach erreichbar war - wir wollten für die letzte Nacht unserer Reise nicht nach Malaga zurückkehren. Es ist total schön und die Zimmer sind sehr geräumig und verfügen über herrliche Badezimmer.
Nick und Lesley sind tolle Gastgeber und man hat das Gefühl, eher im schönen Haus von einem Freund als in einem Hotel zu sein. Mit ihnen und ein paar ihrer Freunde Wein auf der Dachterrasse zu trinken war ein unvergesslicher Abschluss unseres Urlaubs.
Best Hotel of The Trip
We picked this hotel primarily because it was in Velez Malaga so convenient to the Malaga airport -- didn't want to go back to Malaga for the last night of our trip. It is absolutely beautiful and the rooms are very spacious with amazing bathrooms. Nick and Lesley are great hosts and you feel like you're staying in a friend's beautiful home rather than at a hotel. Drinking wine up on the roof patio with them and a couple of their friends was a memorable way to end a vacation.
We recently stayed in the Hotel Palacio Blanco for the first 5 nights they were open.
We went for a few days to relax a little. The hotel gives a good vibe as soon as you see it on the street. Nick and Lesley have done a magnificent job of restoring a wonderful building. It offers the best aspects of a boutique hotel without going overboard. The final touches were being put in as we arrived and a cool stylish room on the roof terrace awaited us. The views from the terrace are marvelous and look just as good at night.
What can I say. My husband and I have just returned from a 4 day trip to the Palacio Blanco in Velez which is about 30 minutes by car from Malaga Airport. We had a simply wonderful time.
Review of Hotel Palacio Blanco
We have recently returned from a 7 night stay at the Hotel Palacio Blanco in Velez Malaga. The owners Nick & Lesley were very friendly and extremely welcoming and really couldn't do enough for us. This ensured we had a very relaxing and enjoyable stay, The hotel is very stylishly decorated, the rooms are spacious with large ensuite wet room showers. The piece de resistance being the emaculate roof terrace with jacuzzi pool. We had a wonderful stay and will definitely return to Hotel Palacio Blanco and would not hesitate to recommend it to others. Kevin & Allison, London.
We have just returned from this recently renovated Bishop's Palace in the centre of the charming town of Velez-Malaga. The town is unspoilt by tourism and offered an insight into the real spain which we very much enjoyed. Eating out in the many local cafes and restaurants was an experience, trying to decifer the menu spanish, but the food and wine was both inexpensive and delicious (but do take your spainish phrase book, it was a great help to us!).
The Palacio Blanco is in Velez Malaga and I can thoroughly recommend it. The hotel is 25 - 30 minutes from Malaga airport and transport can be arranged for you by Nick and Lesley. This hotel only opened its doors on 17th September and my husband and I stayed there from Friday 21st September to Sunday 23rd. Nick and Lesley the owners are so friendly and welcoming and nothing is too much trouble for them. The rooms are beautiful and very stylishly decorated with ensuite wet rooms. There is a large spa pool located on the roof terrace alongside the well stocked honestly bar and wonderfully comfortable sunbeds. The hotel was at the time of our stay having some finishing touches carried out but that in no way hindered our enjoyment. If it is rest and relaxation with the option to travel to the nearby beach resorts than you can't do any better than The Palacio Blanco. This hotel in my opinion can only go from strength to strength and I know my husband and I are both looking forward to staying there again.