Globales Gardenia Hotel

Bright, fresh and accessible, the Globales Gardenia Hotel offers guests the perfect base for their holiday, while being just a stone’s throw from the popular Carvajal Beach and a host of excellent bars and restaurants. Fuengirola centre is a short taxi ride away too, making the hotel’s location the real star of the show here.

Set amongst well-kept gardens, the large pool area is a favourite relaxation spot and foodies are kept happy with a varied buffet in the on-site restaurant. A comprehensive evening entertainment schedule makes venturing outside the hotel walls unnecessary, but a little variety never hurts.

Overview of Fuengirola

There’s no getting away from the fact that holidays to the Costa Del Sol always have and always will be popular with holidaymakers of all ages and Fuengirola, with its 300 days a year of sunshine, is a perfect example why.

An energetic resort filled with beautiful beaches, bustling nightlife and excellent shopping opportunities, there is literally something for everyone in this perpetually sunny part of the world. Found just 10 minutes from the resort centre, the Globales Gardenia Hotel is ideally positioned to give guests the choice of quieter beach days or lively town excursions.

Things to do in Fuengirola

Staying at the Globales Gardenia Hotel affords you easy access to the host of fantastic experiences that Fuengirola has to offer. For sports fans, there are plenty of activities to try your hand at. Relaxing after a spot of adrenaline-pumping fun couldn’t be easier either, thanks to the seven kilometres of gorgeous beach to lounge on.

Cuisines to suit every palate can be found, in abundance, in the town centre with authentic Spanish fare being the tip of the iceberg and a great way to give yourself the energy to participate in the lively nightlife scene.

A resort that effortlessly caters to every whim and offers day-to-night enjoyment, Fuengirola is the easy choice for holidaymakers who want a little bit of everything from their break.


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.