Room Mate Lola

Address: C/ Casas de Campos, 17, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29001, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRoom Mate Lola Málaga

    Reviewed by espeworld

    Не очень

    Reviewed Apr 18, 2013
    by (1 review) , Russia Flag of Russia

    Шумно и стрёмно

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews Room Mate Lola Málaga

    Loved this funky hotel

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    We only stayed for two nights but we loved this hotel. It doesn't look much from the outside but it is really stylish inside - retro but contemporary. The whole place was really funky, bright, airy, spacious and clean; the public areas as well as our room and en-suite.

    We noticed how all the staff were impeccably dressed, and whilst we had no need to deal with any of them much, when we did they seemed friendly and spoke good English.

    Breakfast was continental buffet style and there was a lot of choice and the food was fresh and replenished regularly . There is a 'Chill-out Area' with more funky furniture, however there was no bar.

    The hotel is also in a great location - down a quiet side road but near to all the main sights and just round the corner from the metro that takes you direct to the airport for just a couple of euro.

    We thoroughly recommend this hotel.

    Von diesem hippen Hotel begeistert

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    Wir waren nur für zwei Nächte in diesem Hotel, waren aber davon begeistert. Von außen sieht es nach nichts besonderem aus, aber innen ist alles sehr elegant - Retro, aber modern.

    Das gesamte Hotel war richtig hip, hell, luftig, geräumig und sauber - sowohl die öffentlichen Bereiche als auch unser Zimmer und Bad.

    Uns ist auch aufgefallen, wie makellos das Personal angezogen war. Wir hatten nicht viel mit ihm zu tun, aber wenn doch, dann erschien es freundlich und es sprach auch gut Englisch.

    Es gab ein kontinentales Frühstücksbüfett mit einer großen Auswahl und das Essen war frisch zubereitet und wurde auch regelmäßig aufgefüllt.

    Es gab dort auch einen "Chill-out-Bereich" mit noch mehr hippen Möbeln, allerdings keine Bar.

    Das Hotel hat auch eine großartige Lage, in einer ruhigen Seitenstraße, aber nahe den ganzen Sehenswürdigkeiten und um die Ecke von der Metro, die einen für ein paar Euro direkt zum Flughafen bringt.

    Wir können das Hotel sehr empfehlen.

    Hip und angehnem

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    Das Hotel bietet ein Spiegelbild der W-Hotels. Hip, mit toller Ausstattung und tollem Style. Leckeres Frühstück im Restaurant der Lobby, dass man den ganzen Morgen genießen konnte. Wenn man direkt über die hoteleigene Webseite bucht, bekommt man die besten Tarife garantiert. Sehr empfehlenswert. Ursula, Boston, USA.

    Bello, moderno e gradevole

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    Il Lola era praticamente uguale a un hotel della catena W. Era moderno, con ottime strutture e uno stile eccezionale. Ogni mattino veniva servita una colazione deliziosa nel ristorante della lobby. Se prenotate direttamente tramite il sito internet dell'hotel, vi saranno garantite le tariffe migliori. Ottimo luogo di soggiorno, altamente consigliato. Urszula, Boston, Stati Uniti.

    Funky Modern and Pleasant

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    The hotel was a mirror image of W hotels. Hip, with great amenities and awesome style. Delicious breakfast in the lobby restaurant was available whole morning. If you book directly through their web site they guarantee best rate. Highly recommended place to stay.

    Urszula,

    Boston, USA

    Moderno, agradable y con estilo

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    El hotel era igual que los hoteles W. Moderno, con estupendas comodidades y un estilo fantástico. El desayuno en el restaurante del vestíbulo era delicioso y podías tomarlo a cualquier hora de la mańana. Si reservas directamente en su página web te garantizan las mejores tarifas. Un sitio donde alojarse muy recomendado.

    Urszula,

    Boston, EEUU

    TripAdvisor Reviews Room Mate Lola Málaga

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