Hotel Holiday Palace

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avenida del Sol PK 215.6, Benalmadena Costa, Malaga, 29630, Spain

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Satisfaction Average
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39
Very Good
32%
63
Average
21%
41
Poor
13%
27
Terrible
11%
23

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 148% more and rated 18% lower than other 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families53
  • Couples43
  • Solo0
  • Business16
  • So bad left the next day

    by

    It's just easier to say everything that was advertised was not there no kids slides pools or entertainment very disappointing for my little lad . There was no water or electricity at one point and wen I called downstairs to reception the lady was very rude and abrupt no apologie from her .we arrived on the 27th and weve booked and early flight to leave on the 29th it was that bad never again don't waste ur money

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Forum Posts

Locating particular sherry bodega in malaga

by cst54070

We are visiting Malaga next week and are aware of an amazing wine/sherry bodega in the centre of Malaga where its all from barrels and the prices are chalked on the old wooden bar, and it has great tapas. Please can anyone assist me with the location of this place?

Re: Locating particular sherry bodega in malaga

by unaS

malagamark

Re: Locating particular sherry bodega in malaga

by cst54070

Sorry, tried googling "malagamark", not sure what you meant by this. How does this help with the location. Thanks for replying so quick.

Re: Locating particular sherry bodega in malaga

by unaS

One can 'bookmark' a question if one wants to see the answers :)

This way any answers you get will show in my pop-up notices too.
I will be visiting Spain soon and am interested in hearing about this place.

Re: Locating particular sherry bodega in malaga

by puerto_lover

You are thinking of the old tavern called ANTIGUA CASA DE GUARDIA at
Alameda Principal 18, Malaga, Spain ---- cut and paste that address into Google Maps to see exactly where it is ! This is the web site :

http://www.antiguacasadeguardia.net/home.html

I thought it was very nicely done. The opening hours during fiesta times are shown as 10 am to 10 pm BUT during working days it is open an hour earlier. Now in my Anglicised brain why should a tavern open earlier during a working day in Spain ? (Don't answer that)

Re: Locating particular sherry bodega in malaga

by RAINBOWWINGS

Theres a great tip for this bodega on senoritasmiles Malaga pages.

Re: Locating particular sherry bodega in malaga

by RAINBOWWINGS

El Pimpi is not the one where they chalk your tab on an old wooden bar...that is definitely the Casa Guradia in Las Ramblas, but El Pimpi is another great place to visit where they have many barrels of wines all signed by famous people that have visited the place. Their menu is a bit more extensive than Casa Guardia where you may only find a plate of shrimp or prawns to accompany your sherry.

Visit both!

Travel Tips for Málaga

... through the streets of Malaga

by Malecka

One of the streets that lead you to Plaza de la Merced is Calle Granada. There is a fantastic place offering MARISCOS that will make your mouth water, called La Campana. Now, this street on your way to Plaza de la Merced, takes you to narrow streets with nice shops, gift-shops, jewellery-shops and also the place called “Mac Papas” – huge potatoes, baked and then made according to your choice of fillings. (my fav is “vegetal”)

Frigiliana

by barryg23

Frigiliana is an attractive village in Andalucia, located about 50 km east of Malaga. After hiring a car in Malaga airport, we stopped here for a few hours to break the drive to the Sierra Nevada mountains. The village is easy to reach, at the foot of the Sierra de Tejeda mountains, just a few kilometres in from the motorway, with Nerja the closest big town.

The village was the scene of one of the last battles between Muslims and Christians in the 16th century, an event commemorated in plaques on the walls in the town. The old part of the village is especially pretty, with picturesque winding & narrow streets. This old section is very steep and there are a couple of miradors on the uppermost streets, offering great views of the region and the Mediterranean.

There are also plenty of restaurants and cafes in the village, making it an ideal place to break a journey or for a half-day of sightseeing. The surrounding hills looked a great place to go hiking, though we didn't have time to pursue this, as we had to move on after a few hours.

Oh so cute tiny leather shoes

by Senoritasmile about La Inglesita

This little shop is tucked away in a small street east of Calle Larios. If you're a Mum or an Auntie or a Gran or a Grandad come to think of it! and want to take the wee cherished ones back a wonderful treat then take a peek at the huge range of beautiful, colourful, tiny leather shoes. They're not cheap but the quality is excellent and you just dont see these back in the UK.

Bus Station

by diageva

In Málaga there are two principal Bus Stations.

One is at the historic center, at the entrance of the Port of Málaga, but not all the buses of long distances begin here. Some begin here and have the second stop at the principal bus station. I think nearly all buses that goes to the villages of Malaga, like Fuengirola, Marbella, Ronda, Mijas... and other importants places in Andalucia, like Granada, have their first stop here. I will ask.

The principal is at the center, near the train station. Paseo de los Tilos s/n. Near "El Corte Ingles" and "Eroski" ( to big malls in the town )

They have a good web page.

Sweet stuff to die for

by Senoritasmile about ArtePostre

This is a slick, modern cafe, sumptiously decorated to reflect their range of amazing desserts. Drop by for a tea or coffee and something decadent or select from the lunchtime 'menu del dia' and try local ingredients with a creative twist. Friendly, attentive staff, buzzy lunctime vibe, good quality choices.

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 Hotel Holiday Palace

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Holiday Palace Hotel Benalmadena

Address: Avenida del Sol PK 215.6, Benalmadena Costa, Malaga, 29630, Spain