Reina Hotel Almeria

Avenida Reina Regente, 8, 04001, Almeria, Costa de Almeria, Andalusia, 04620 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

Travel Blogs from Almeria

Our first Fort.

A travel blog entry by jklezok

1
12

... it would be pretty hot inside come July or August.

When we left the fort we walked through the town. We couldn’t
get into the cathedral because it was closed. The streets were very clean and
narrow. A lot of them were one way streets because there was no room for two
cars to pass. This could be confusing if you are new to the town and don’t know
which way the streets go. The town was very ...

Left the marina

A travel blog entry by veh58

Traveling through the Sierra mountains is an experience, the roads are up and down and the money spent on all the tunnels was well spent as it would have been a long journey if we had to go around them all. The scenery changed from lots of vine yards which were covered in plastic to make black grapes or orange and lemon trees to mountains with little growth on them but different colours such as purple, orange, ...

La Marina

A travel blog entry by veh58

... to do. We had lunch then went for a walk along the harbour looking at the boats and shops which were closed for the siesta, but it was a hot days so we were happy to stroll and have a beer in a small bar which was open. We visited the local supermarket and they had a large array of fish, some I had never heard of. We decided not to try them today but may try them when we have had a few ...

Day 4 - Carzola to Nijar

A travel blog entry by cmorony

4

A long day of winding roads. Total distance travelled ~ 340K. Early in the morning we threaded our way up a steep road which curled its way toward our destination. All found the going difficult because the sun was bright but as such cast heavy shadows on the road as it forced its way through the trees. So our eyes had difficulty adjusting to the constant changes from brightness to shadow. ...

That's my beach

A travel blog entry by millarmotortour

5

A cloudy day at +25 by 10 am is a good day to drive. The main highway has no tolls South of this point and we make great time bypassing all the small seaside towns. The terrain is becoming more rugged and lots of hills and view points. The main scenery is tomato plantations seperated by small white communities. English is less common and things are generally slightly cheaper. We passed by Murcia on the autopista. It's most noted for the restored casino ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Coyoacan area of Almeria, is near Alcazaba of Almeria.
Map this hotel
 

Other places to stay in Almeria