Angela Hotel

The Hotel Angela provides its guests with a little slice of heaven. Located right on the beachfront with an infinity pool and perfect views over the Mediterranean, you’ll never want to leave. Next to the pool, you’ll find a huge sun terrace with loungers. When you’re not topping up your tan, take part in the events and entertainment including table tennis and pool. Throughout the day, grab light bites from the café. In the evening, you’ll find two bars that host different live shows and entertainment options, depending on your mood.

Overview of Costa del Sol

The Costa del Sol is one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations and it’s easy to see why. With over 160 kilometres of coastline, there’s a resort to suit every taste. Options include Fuengirola where you’ll find the Hotel Angela, Blue Flag beaches and family attractions to the classy and luxurious Marbella. Whether you’re looking for unmissable beaches, vibrant night life or quality leisure activities such as water parks, theme parks and safari parks, holidays to the Costa del Sol have it all. The region is even home to 70 golf courses.

Things to do in Costa del Sol

The Hotel Angela is perfectly situated for you to enjoy the sights and sounds of the Costa del Sol. When you stay here, you’re only 50 metres away from Los Boliches Beach. There are also bars and restaurants on the doorstep, while the resort centre is only one and a half kilometres away. In Fuengirola, a 15-minute walk away, you’ll find exciting nightclubs, superb marina restaurants and family attractions. There’s even a shopping centre that’s home to over 150 stores and two weekly markets to sample. If that’s not enough, explore Fuengirola Zoo.


Resort Summary

Fuengirola has been sensitively redeveloped as a tourist destination in recent years. Although you will find high-rise hotel blocks, you can still get lost in the narrow pedestrian streets. The main square, Plaza de la Constitucion, has retained its traditional charm and is the focal point of the summer feria, when the whole town takes part in the annual street celebrations. There is also a Medieval Moorish fortress – Sohail Castle – perched on the hill overlooking the River Estuary. What most people come for though, are the beaches and nightlife. Furthermore, the food on offer covers everything from British pub grub to Spanish tapas, and lots of local wine.