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... breakfast with them and after breakfast we got our stuff together and got the caravan ready to leave. We all pushed it out by hand together because of the slope and difficult access and that was funny to see ! We got it hooked up and ready and than we hugged and kissed each other goodbye and thanked them for their kindness to receive us as they did. We would try to come back with my mother for a couple of days in springtime. Than we got in the car ...
We found a nice camping at Almayate around 2 pm, got ourselves organized and had some lunch. We had a drink at the camping café/restaurant first and than went to check out the beach. We stayed there for the afternoon until 6 and then got ready for our paella that we ordered at 7 pm. It was pretty good and we enjoyed it sitting on the terrace till late. We had phoned Nico and Riet, friends of my mother to see if they wanted to meet us tomorrow in ...
... 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 ...
Speakin of bull fighters, Orson Welles is buried in Ronda, I know he wasn’t a bull fighter! Orson wanted to be buried in Ronda so his pal, a local bull fighter chappie buried his ashes on his ranch, mighty nice of him eh? Ernest Hemingway stayed here too and mentioned fighters been chucked off the “new bridge” in For Whom the Bell Tolls, during the Spanish Civil War in the 1930’s ,it’s a LONG way ...
... and dad for the great Christmas gift. We parked at the first parking we found, not even sure how far of a walk we would have. We just wanted to get out of the car 5 levels below ground and start our trex to find our hostel Asked a few people where but when they say next left they sometimes mean right. Plus roads are not marked very clearly. We knew our hotel was close to the Cathedral but when we finally got to our hotel, Leonardo da Vinci , we ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Yaramar Hotel Fuengirola
I spent my 20th birthday at the Hotel Yaramar and it was certainly a holiday to remember. The hotel was beautiful, spotlessly clean and very luxurious. The staff were welcoming and continuously attentive throughout my stay. The vast variety of food was delisious and always well made and presented. The room was wonderful and included every home-from-home comfort. With an exceptional view of the beach and fantastic pool area I thought the holiday couldn't get any better. I was then suprised to come back to my room from celebrating my birthday to find a cake and card from management and staff, this truly made me feel that this was the first but certainly not the last time that I would stay at the Hotel Yaramar. When I received a Christmas card a couple of weeks ago I didnt think twice about going to book a fortnight for May 2005 in the new year!!
Yaramar the best in Spain
My wife and I have been going to The Hotel Yaramar every year since it was built sometimes twice a year and it gets better every time we stay there, it is the best holet we have ever stayed at We will be there next March for a month
Only someone with very exacting standards could find fault with the very fine accommodation and food offered by the Yaramar. The restaurant is very well run and offers a wide ranging menu with the emphasis on local specialities, particularly fish landed at the nearby harbour. Fuengirola is a relaxed and friendly place and is a good base for exploring the other delights offered by Andalusia. We shall go again.
This is a good hotel situated on the sea front. The staff were very friendly and helpful.
Rooms were good. Sea views excellent.
Food was well cooked and there was a good choice.
Only drawback was lack of a pool facility caused in the main by the inconsiderate people who queue up at 08.40 to put their towels on poolside at 09.00. then disappear for hours.(were these Germans disguised as Brits?)
The beachbar and beach facilities were much better!
Hotel is a good centre for getting to Malaga(local train), Granada and Seville.
This hotel deserves the Gold status. Everything about this hotel is what you would want to make your holiday the best. The food was second to none, the friendly staff couldn't do enough for you, the entertainment staff always had a smile on their faces, and nothing was too much trouble for them. We would definately recommend this hotel.
Fantastic Hotel.Fantastic staff.Fantastic food.Brilliant sea view.Good entertainment.What a holiday should be.can be dear to book but worth it.
The Yaramar is the Best!!
We stayed here in June 2004 and have enjoyed every part of the hotel. The room was spacious and very clean, overlooking the beach and the main road. This did not detract from the pleasure of our accommodation.
The staff were excellent and made sure we had everything we needed. Entertainment was very good and we enjoyed all of it. We would certainly go back to the Yaramar.
Returning next week for the third year in a row.
Tried others but this is the best, food great location great in fact a great holiday will be had by anyone staying at the Yaramar
Have just got back from 4 weeks at the hotel Yarama this is the fifth holliday we have spent there and it is still the best hotel we have ever been to in fact it gets better every time we go We will be booking again to go there next March
This Hotel is a Thomson Gold and really lives up to it. We stayed there last year and really couldnt have asked for better. The food and the cleanliness of this hotel is really outstanding and the entertainment was brilliant especially Ashley, he was FANTASTIC!.