La Morada Mas Hermosa

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Calle Montenebros 16, Casco Antiguo, Marbella, Costa del Sol, 29601, Spain

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    charming small hotel/inn center of the old town


    We stayed one night here on the way back from the Cadiz region on route to Malaga airport. It is a very sweet little hotel with charming artwork and a small & friendly vibe. We stayed in the suite with two bedrooms, a small lounge and its own little roof terrace .

    The hotel is traditionally decorated, in a lovely little side street in the center of the old town. We did have some problem finding it, but then we were tired and hot! The bathroom was spacious and modern, the bedrooms wonderful. All spotlessly clean and and it was lovely eating our fresh breakfast on the roof terrace looking out over the old town. (Although there were some things missing for 4 people). The staff provided lovely soft beach towels and were generally pleasant and helpful.

    I would not hesitate to stay here again, but for a short stay as being a small & charming inn, there wasn't a splash pool to cool off. The beach is easy to reach by foot, but if you wre to stay in July or August for any length of time, a hotel with a splash pool would be the cooler option.

    Unique Quality: Charming artwork, decor and rooms. Central location for old town Marbella. Comfort & cleanliness.

    Directions: you cannot access the road by car. there is a car park at the top of the hill behind the hotel a few minutes walk, recommend if you are driving find out where it is!

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Forum Posts

Marbella Bus Station To Estopona

by oates12

Hi All

Im wondering is there a bus to Estopona from Marbella Bus Station?

Oh & also how much would a taxi be from Marbella Bus St to Estopona.


Re: Marbella Bus Station To Estopona

by daarth

Yes, there goes one about each half hour on week-days. Check here:

Re: Marbella Bus Station To Estopona

by qaminari

It's EstEpona, which will explain why you couldn't find it in timetables, see also I think the bus from Marbella to Ronda also passes by Estepona.
I don't know how up-to-date this is on taxi fares but it quotes €23 for the trip you describe:

Re: Marbella Bus Station To Estopona

by daarth

<<<<I think the bus from Marbella to Ronda also passes by Estepona.

No, the road to Ronda goes from San Pedro, only 10 km's from Marbella

Re: Marbella Bus Station To Estopona

by puerto_lover

I just read that Portillo bus company have STRIKE problems so best to check if you are travelling today or soon.

Re: Marbella Bus Station To Estopona

by oates12

Thanks all. ya i read about the strike not arriving until 27th sept so I hope it will be over by then!! :)

Travel Tips for Marbella

Parque de la constitucion

by Carmela71

Parque de la Constitución where you can find the typical Mediterranean flora, alternating with buildings of Moorish style.

During summer-season take place here concerts and ballett-performances


by LoriPori

One of the delights of walking along the promenade is the smell of sardines being barbecued over open olive wood fires.
Several sardines are placed on a skewer and cooked over a wood fire. This BARBEQUED SARDINES dish is very popular and is known as an 'espeto de sardinas'. The beach bar restaurants cook the sardines in old boats which have been turned into impromptu barbeques and it takes skill to skewer the fish without breaking them, so they cook in their own fat, turning golden on the outside while remaining deliciously juicy inside.

Refugio de Juanar - Sierra Blanca mountains.

by Beach_dog

Only 8 Kms from Marbella on the road to Coin is the Refugio of Juanar. Originally a hunting lodge, but converted to a hotel. The area affords parking for some great walks in the hills. You can even walk from here to the summit of La Concha, the impressive mountain that overlooks Marbella, it's a long walk though and the round trip could take 5 hours. Other shorter walks can take you to some great viewpoints.

The paella is a Must !

by venteeocho about La pesquera

Paella is a golden rice dish which rates with the best rice dishes in the world. In Andalusía, paella is happy food, fiesta food, served for Sunday lunch or a picnic in the country. Beyond paella are more rice dishes which also make tasty eating.

Spanish rice dishes originated in the eastern region of Spain, around Valencia, where rice has been cultivated since the Moors introduced it to Europe after the eighth century. The Spanish word for rice is arroz, which comes from the Arabic aruz.

In this rice-growing region peasants used the grain to cook their midday meal in the countryside. A shallow, two-handled frying pan--called a paella in the local dialect--was placed over a fast-burning fire of wood or dry vine prunings. Added to the rice were other ingredients to hand in the wetlands--eel, snails, frogs, rabbit and wild duck. Seafood was a much later addition, as rice paddies were not near the sea.

Chinese food in Spain?


It might seem strange to reccomend a Chinese restaurant in Spain, but some of the best Chinese food I have had has been in this country. Its also much cheaper than in the UK.
I have been to the ´Xin Xin´ on two occasions, both times the food was good, in a nice quiet location just behind the beach. The service from the staff is good and they make every effort to ensure you enjoy your meal. Try the set meals for 1, 2, 3, or 4 people. Good value for money and very filling, I guarantee you will leave with a full belly.
The Chinese salad was very good, with a great sweet sauce, also the Chinese meatballs.
The menu´s for one person are priced from 4,50 euros, and the ones of two people can go from 16.50 up to 23,50.


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