I wanted to let Trip Advisor readers know about a real 'find' - although I see from the reviews that others found it first!
We have an apartment in Benalmadena so we don't usually need to find hotels, but earlier this year the electricity company cut us off and wouldn't reconnect without my being there, so we needed to find somewhere to stay (in early June). The big hotels were happy for us to turn up and spend a weekend, but were far less accommodating about being flexible during the week - and I had no idea how long the process would take!
When I rang, Rosa was as friendly and helpful as I could have hoped." Of course, senior Peter, just come and stay as long as you need to". And so we did.
Casa Rosa is located in a side street above the main road running through the Pueblo. It is very well signposted, so no problems finding it, but parking can be tricky (as in most Spanish villages).
Rosa was as welcoming in person as on the phone and she and her family made sure we were very well looked after. The room was spotless, breakfast was a help-yourself buffet with everything you could want - and then Rosa appeared with a 'full English'!
All for 40€ a night plus 5€ for breakfast for 2. What a bargain! If you are thinking of having a holiday in the area and don't want to be down on the beach, the Pueblo is delightful - and Casa Rosa is the icing on the cake.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Village is located in Benalmadena Pueblo a 2,5 km of the Sea. The rooms are equipped with telephone, mini-bar, conditioned air, bath, television, elevator. ... more less
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