Hotel Nerja Princess

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

C/ Los Huertos, 46 bis, Nerja, Costa del Sol, 29780, Spain
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 44% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples94
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Cuevas de Nerja

by hawkhead

From Malaga, would like to visit the caves. I assume there is a bus from Malaga to Nerja? What bus would I take to go from Nerja to the caves? Or is it possible to go from Malaga directly to the caves?

Re: Cuevas de Nerja

by puerto_lover

hello Pinochio !
If you look for buses to Maro which is east of Nerja I think they usually stop at the Cuevas. Try
In Malaga you have two main stops. The main bus station one and the one nearer the port and closer to centre of Malaga. Think its called Heredia or something like that.

Re: Cuevas de Nerja

by puerto_lover

Just looked out of interest on and they list buses from Malaga to NERJA (CUEVAS).
And the stop near the city centre (Alameda) is called : PUERTO MALAGA.
And there are maps showing locations if you click on ITINERARY !

Re: Cuevas de Nerja

by hawkhead

Thank you very much, o PL!

Re: Cuevas de Nerja

by puerto_lover

My pleasure. I wish you would acknowledge help as well by clicking the thumbs up button ! I am determined to get better ratings with doing as little as possible. lol

Travel Tips for Nerja

A map of our drives to/from and around Nerja

by Bwana_Brown

Our first visit to Nerja started out from Torremolinos as per this terrain map. After we made the short drive east from there to Malaga's airport to drop Sue's sister off, we were on our own with no planned accommodations. We decided to keep heading east along the coast until we almost reached the spot where the red Nerja 'arrow' comes ashore. It was there that we took a short loop up into the coastal mountains to check out the 'white villages' of Sayalonga and Cómpeta. By the time we finished with them and completed our loop back to the coast, we emerged at Nerja and decided we might as well give it a try. It took some doing, but we finally stumbled upon Hostal Marazol right on the Mediterranean shores, which we were delighted with. Since the internet weather forecasts showed rain for the next few days just about everywhere along these coasts, I said to Sue that if it is going to rain everywhere, let's at least go to where we want to be - namely the Atlantic coast that we had not yet touched. Off we went first thing in the morning - all the way to Tarifa. We got lucky, because the sun came out for us on the Atlantic coast and we spent 3 days exploring there. As our trip was coming to a close, we had to get back up the Mediterranean coast, so we returned to Torremolinos for New Year's Eve. In the morning, we headed along the coast toward Nerja once more, but this time we veered off into the mountains sooner than last time, as we wanted to visit the inland gorge town of Alhama de Granada - well worth it! Not wanting to backtrack from there, we continued onward almost to Granada itself before turning straight down toward the coast again. Once there, we failed to find any available accommodations in either Lanjarón or Salobreña to the the east of Nerja. That was when we decided to head west the short distance to Nerja, where we hoped Hostal Marazul would put up with us once again. We were very relieved when they did at about 6 PM!

In Las Alpujarras

by ranger49

We looked at the map and identified a route for a long drive out in the mountains. It had to have a green line along it to indicate that it would be picturesque and have good views.

So we headed east towards Motril and from there found the road that would take us to Orgiva and Lanjaron - a good map is essential for this trip.

Anyone who has read Chris STewart's book "Driving Over Lemons" will find themselves in familiar territory here.
It is a real switch-back of a road with tight bends and precipitous edges but well worth the concentration needed to drive without mishap.

We could smell the powerful aroma of a mixture of wild herbs - mainly thyme - just as we passed a pull-in so were able to stop and take in the atmosphere.
We then took a short walk up the mountain in the late afternoon, just as the sun was beginning to sink low in the sky.

No redcoats just Smugglers. (Avda Castilla Perez)

by Pauldelabar about The Smugglers Inn

British Cafe/Bar.
Despite the olde worlde name, this is a bright, airy and modern bar. The Smugglers is larger that many bars in Nerja and quite comfortable, having a mezanine level which overlooks the Avenida Castilla Perez and so is ideal for people watching.

Good food is served here.
The Smugglers considers itself as a restaurant as well as a bar.

Price range:
Good value for money.
Not that much unless you bring your own company with you.
The inside does NOT carry on the theme of the name of the place. Too modern.
Opening times:
Mid morning until fairly late at night.
Disabled notes:
Not wheelchair friendly as there a flight of steps down to the bar and narrow passage to toilets. Casual.

Go try their Paella.

by Waalewiener about Cuevas De Nerja.

This restaurant is beautiful located
right near the Nerja Cave exit ,it has a great vieuw and you can dine inside or outside on a balcony. We had the ''Paella''a very well known
Spanish dish , it was very good .The service was good also.
Great atmosphere in the place.


by jaygee about Cafeteria-Pasteleria Anahi

Pleasant little cafe to have breakfast at with outside seating. Its attraction is that it has hot chocolate and churros, both delicious and a popular breakfast or mid-morning snack for Spaniards. Churros. Churros are made from dough extruded into thin tubes, these have a star shaped cross section and are several inches long. Deep fried to form loops and coated in sugar and dipped in a bowl of hot chocolate they make for a sublime start to the day that is hard to improve on.


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 Hotel Nerja Princess

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Address: C/ Los Huertos, 46 bis, Nerja, Costa del Sol, 29780, Spain