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Globales Pueblo Andaluz
Certificate of Excellence
Swindon, United Kingdom
2 reviews
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“NO PEACE!!”
Reviewed 15 July 2014

Not a relaxing holiday destination-nothing terribly negative about the hotel itself, but the French kids entertainment Club 3000 totally dominate life around the pool. If you like dreadful dreadful French Europop blasted out at you from all angles, this is for you .Wife and I will never go back. Situated beside a motorway and with a shingle and boulder beach 12 mins walk away felt trapped. Advice to anyone going TAKE EARPLUGS Oh and watch out for the coked up Brits, back from the clubs in Puerto Buenos screaming and fighting in the small hours....
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Room Tip: Ask to be kept away from the Brits , not in the central block. Take ear protection.
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  • Stayed July 2014, travelled as a couple
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HiHotels, Gerente at Globales Pueblo Andaluz, responded to this review, 25 July 2014
Dear Guest,

We value the feedback that you give us about the hotel, it's very important for us know the experience of our guests with your prospect, as it helps us to improve the quality of our services and thereby improve the satisfaction of our guests.

Thanks again for the time you took to write about your experience.

Best Regards,

The Hotel Manager.
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Reviewed 29 May 2014

Stayed here for the second year running, and will be back again before the end of the year!! that speaks volumes...The hotel is quaint and set in a traditional Spanish setting with beautiful courtyards and flowers, the village of San Pedro is a great base to explore and only a 5 min taxi ride away from Puerto Banus where all the bars & restaurants are!! The hotel caters mainly for elderly French guests, however I prefer that to large groups of rowdy drunks!! There is always a good selection of food that caters for all tastes although as often is the case, the food is not always hot but a microwave is available! The staff are so welcoming and helpful and the place is spotless, staff are always cleaning! I love that there are always sunbeds available and the pool is huge! The only downside and its not major is that the beds are sooo uncomfortable!! The rooms vary a lot so if unhappy the staff will do ther best to change it for you, the entertainment is really not great and caters for the French pensioners, however we do not go on holiday to hang around the hotel, as we like to sample all the nightlife around the marina, you can even walk to the port from the hotel via the main road or beach, so if you are looking for a good value all inclusive hotel this is the right choice!! Can't wait to return ASAP!!

  • Stayed May 2014, travelled with friends
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HiHotels, Gerente at Globales Pueblo Andaluz, responded to this review, 30 May 2014
Dear Guest,

Thank you for staying at HI! Pueblo Andaluz Hotel and taking the time to give us a nice review here on Tripadvisor.

We are very proud to read that you enjoyed our services, location, food and pool.

It is most rewarding for us and our Team to get such a nice feedback and it encourages us to continue with our work and efforts.

On behalf of myself and my team we look forward to welcoming you back in the very near future.

Warm regards from Marbella,

CR
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Reviewed 27 May 2014

We arrived at the hotel after driving from Malaga. There is street parking at either side of the road running past the hotel and we had no difficulty finding a space, during our 10 night stay. Check-in was quick and friendly. We were given a map of the hotel grounds. This showed the location of all the rooms. On the reverse side of this was all the information you needed to know about the hotel. We had three rooms in a little courtyard on the first floor, with views over the swimming pool and distant mountains.

ROOMS: Seem to be quite varied both in size and features and some rooms have been modernized. Ours were quite quaint, with old fashioned doors and shutters that rolled down over the doors leading to the small balcony. All had twin beds with bedside tables including a drawer. There was a lamp over each bed and a ceiling fan. A good sized dressing table with mirror, drawers and TV; ample wardrobe space with hangers and drawers and two chairs. The beds had orthopedic mattresses with protectors and were quite comfortable. There is air-conditioning but this is centrally controlled and no doubt not switched on until at least June. TV only has BBC World News. Safe available at 2 Euros per day plus 20 Euro deposit, refundable when key is returned.

BATHROOMS: Have a decent sized sink area with large mirror and a glass shelf. They have a bath with a shower fitted at one end. The shower is reasonably powerful but you may have to run it for a few minutes before it warms up. There is a toilet and a bidet. In two of our rooms, the toilets were placed facing the sink unit which did not allow you much room. It would have been much better to have the toilet in the free space, where the bidet was. We had a couple of maintenance issues which had to be reported twice before they were eventually fixed.

HOTEL GROUNDS: Are really picturesque with narrow alleyways and little courtyards, with rooms leading off in all directions; all bedecked with flowers. Do have a good look around, it is really pretty.

INSIDE: Opposite reception is a small lounge which is the Wi-Fi area. There is also a computer available at 1 Euro for 12 minutes or 2 Euros for 30 minutes. Around the corner from this is a large lounge area which is often used for early evening dancing. At the end of the lounge is the restaurant.

THE RESTAURANT. Has a central buffet area with several dining areas leading off it. Breakfast is from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.; Late breakfast from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Lunch from 12.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m.; Snacks from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.. Dinner from 7.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m.. There is hot and cold food at all main meal times (not late breakfast or snacks). There is a decent variety to choose from on a 7 day rotation. We always found more than one thing that we enjoyed and we had some picky eaters in our party. Desserts are a bit sparse but usually sufficient.

The restaurant does have problems however. It lacks a restaurant manager to ensure that the whole operation runs smoothly. There are times that certain sections are closed off and the restaurant can be overcrowded. They appeared to be understaffed and the staff always seemed to be clearing away empty plates without any order or method. By that I mean that instead of clearing one table, after it had been vacated and immediately resetting it, then repeating this process; tables would be left with dirty, crumb covered cloths and no cutlery. Rarely did we find a table set, ready for use. Invariably we had to set the table at almost every meal time, often having to replace the cloth and napkins. On one occasion the only available tables for 5 (five in all) were entirely uncleared. This really is not good enough, even at 3 star level. The management are conspicuous by their absence. I prefer to see a more hands on approach, with management doing daily patrols and checks of all areas of the hotel, as well as maintaining a rapport with guests, to ensure that all is well.

POOL: The pool is across the small road opposite the main entrance. It is a good size and ranges from 1.4 meters to 2.4 meters in depth. It is open until 8.00 p.m. and a lifeguard is on duty, most of the time. Further along is a smaller pool for children. There are plenty of sunbeds and some umbrellas. The really good news is that the pool area is locked until 10 a.m.; which amazingly, entirely cuts out the problem, of people reserving sunbeds at the crack of dawn, then not appearing until lunchtime. This is one of the best features of the hotel and should be adopted by ALL hotels. On the down side, there are not enough umbrellas. There should be one for every 2 sunbeds. The umbrellas that are there, need to have their bases replaced or adapted, immediately. Non of the bases are capable of holding the umbrellas in place, when they are open. This means that with every gust of wind, an umbrella takes off and flies through the air, to cries of "Ooh La La, Ooh La La!" This is unacceptable and potentially dangerous. On one occasion, my wife was hit on the head by the metal end of an umbrella, that had blown up onto the flower bank, then rolled back down. Fortunately she was not seriously injured but it is only a matter of time, before someone is and then the hotel will be looking at a law suit.
Take note management. It is cheaper to fix the problem immediately.

THE BAR: Is next to the pool and also opens at 10 a.m.. There is a reasonable selection of drinks available on the all inclusive menu. Service can be hit and miss though Paqui and Jorge stand out as being exemplary. Many thanks to them.

Between the bar and the pool is the entertainment lounge area, with a stage at one end and a pool table at the other. Pool table is 1 Euro per game but the table is not level, which makes for some interesting play.

ENTERTAINMENT: Or lack of it, is run by Club 3000 who appear to be Andalusian based but whether they are originally French or not, I'm not sure. The staff are all friendly and will always speak to you but the entertainment is entirely French until sometime in June when a chap pops up to entertain the English and Spanish. As far as I can make out, a lot of the French guests seem to be part of some pensioners club which subsidizes holidays to different extents depending on household income. Without wishing to malign our Gallic cousins or damage entente cordiale; it would appear that many have regressed into a state, where they require almost constant entertainment, in one form or another. With the odd exception, they seem to lack the ability to just chill out, read a book or listen to some in-ear music. Therefore, the entertainment can often be annoying and sometimes childish. The one act that everyone can enjoy and the only act that appears to be brought in, is the weekly Flamenco show. It would be better to have at least 5 shows per week brought to entertain all guests, rather than alienate the 10% of the guests who are not French. In this day and age of non discrimination, one should not have to feel like a 3rd rate citizen nor should one be alienated, particularly when you are paying as much if not more, than the French contingent.

SUMMARY: Beautiful place, could be improved no end with a few minor tweaks. Major issues are: restaurant, umbrellas, entertainment and charging for safes.

Room Tip: Rooms 112 - 117 for a good view.
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  • Stayed May 2014, travelled with family
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HiHotels, Gerente at Globales Pueblo Andaluz, responded to this review, 29 May 2014
Dear Guest,

First of all, I would like to thank you for the time you spent to share your personal impressions on your recent stay at our HI! Hotel pueblo Andaluz. It is only through feedback such as yours that we are able to maintain and indeed, where necessary, improve upon the service that we provide to our Guests.

Regarding the restaurant service, I lament hearing the inconveniences due to the high occupancy of our hotel during your stay to enjoy relaxing meals, I regret that the professionalism of our waiters was not on the high level to our standards and this caused your total dissatisfaction. I lament not being informed directly from you about this during your stay as I would have looked for a solution. However, all the points you mention have already been reviewed and some measures have been taken.

More over, I regret reading that you had a problem with an umbrella, for us Guests safety is our top priority, is for this that our maintenance department is constantly working improving our facilities and the maintenance preventive programs takes place throughout the whole year. I really apologise for the inconvenient this caused. For your information, some new umbrellas are arriving soon.

On the other hand, we thank you for letting know that our culinary offered could largely satisfy you. We do appreciate your comments as they can help us to improve. I hope to see you again in the near future and please, do not hesitate to contact me directly; I am always available to speak personally about all the matters.

Best Regards,
C.R
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Suffolk, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 27 May 2014

I have just returned from staying here for 6 nights and I can honestly say this hotel has the worst service I have ever received it was DISGUSTING. On arrival they has no recollection of our booking and there was no manager available at the time as we arrived at night but eventually they gave us 2 double rooms which 6 of us had to share! In the morning we spoke to the manager who then found our booking and allocated us to our actual rooms however we received no apology. The receptionist Jose Miguel was rude to us throughout our whole stay his customer service is disgusting and I have never been spoken to so rude in my life. Most of the staff were also rude and unhelpful however there was one lady called Paqui who was a bar lady and she was lovely. The food was pretty average, most nights it was cold so we has to use the microwave to heat it up. The pool was a nice size and kept clean however the same could not be said about the rooms. We received fresh towels a few times however our bed sheets weren't changed throughout our whole stay. Overall I would say the hotel is in a good location as it is just a 5 minute taxi from the port but the customer service is so bad that I wouldn't recommend anyone to stay here. We stayed in the hotel next door called cortijo blanco last year which is more of an English hotel and I would definitely recommend staying there!

  • Stayed May 2014
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HiHotels, Gerente at Globales Pueblo Andaluz, responded to this review, 4 June 2014
Dear Guest,

Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback after your stay at Hotel Pueblo Andaluz. We value our clients highly and are always pleased to have their comments, whether they be positive or helping us to improve with positive criticism.

It is unfortunate that there was some confusion concerning your booking when you arrived during the night and we have taken steps within the booking/computer system to avoid a repeat of such a case. As you already know, the problem was sorted out in that same moment and you were given 2 triple rooms as you booked.
In the interest of fairness, we would have hoped that you would have mentioned the special price we did for you by including a 7th unannounced guest, despite the all-inclusive package booked and paid for being 6 persons (and you repeatedly insisting that you were only 6 until it was proven otherwise).

All the member of the staff really work hard so our guests can enjoy their stay, but this also means that we have to control every situation. I lament your opinion about my Staff but we are sure you will understand it is quite difficult to manage the expectations of those guests who likes to party with those of our guests who prefer to sleep after midnight. As a member of Tripadvisor, you will have surely read from all the positive comments that the staff is considered the strong point of the hotel. Sorry if they seemed rude after several advises, but we have to control guests who disturb constantly the rest of others customers.
We are open to receive groups, however we are a family hotel and we strive to provide an adequate ambiance. We apologize for not having been able to provide the kind of experience you were looking for.

As is the policy in 3 star hotels, bed linen is changed weekly. The rooms are cleaned and towels are changed daily between 10am and 3pm, other than when our cleaning team is unable to enter due to a 'do not disturb' sign left on the door. In such cases, guests can always ask at reception for fresh towels.

We are pleased that you so enjoyed the service of our bar, and will pass on your compliments to Paqui whose work we value highly.

We hope to have the opportunity to host you again in the future under different circumstances.

Thank you for taking the time to write, and look forward to welcoming you back to our Spanish hotel in wonderful sunny Spain.

Sincerely,
C.R
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South Shields, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 20 May 2014

I recently stayed here with my family in May for 1 week and had a fantastic time! the hotel is set in a wonderful village setting,with great floral arragements, which adds to the atmosphere of a great holiday. The hotel is a short 10 min walk to the beach encountering some beautiful spanish villas en route. The hotel staff are some of the most kindest and friendliest I have ever encountered and they cannot help you enough! They entertainment staff were fantastic throughout and there are plenty of activities for you to enjoy and to get involved in. The pool is fantastic and great to cool off in or do a few laps in the sun.There is a community feel among everyone staying at the hotel and everyone greets each other and interacts daily through, conversation, activities or entertainment! The food is served on a buffet style basis and there is plenty to choose from for all kinds of eaters, with a different choice every night. Alot of the guests are French and I feel this adds to the atmoshphere of being on holiday. Everyone was very kind to myself and my family and we were included in everything. The hotel is also approx 15-20min walk into the lovely Puerto Banus but to be honest you have everything you need at the hotel itself and there are a a few bars at the nearby beach! The daily room service and cleanliness of the hotel is excellant and this was very important to me as we have a young baby! Again I must stress how great the hotel and entertainment staff are and because of this we will definately be going back!

Room Tip: Request a room with a balcony overlooking the beautiful courtyard!
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  • Stayed May 2014, travelled with family
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HiHotels, Gerente at Globales Pueblo Andaluz, responded to this review, 23 May 2014
Dear Ryan and Familly,

We would like to express our sincerest gratitude for the time you took out of your day just to thank our staff at HI! Hotel Pueblo Andaluz; it is wonderful to read that you and your family felt so well looked after by our teams.

Moreover, we thank you for pointing out the cleanliness of our accommodations and common grounds as well as the quality and variety of our buffet and our fantastic pool.

We are also very grateful for your nice comments towards our animation staff, their enthusiasm is contagious and even if they are french speakers they try to make you to participate in their activities and shows.

As you well say, our staff is what really makes our hotel, their genuine kindness and attentiveness is undoubtedly our main strength and we will not fail to forward your heartwarming review to all of them; they will be delighted to read such praising comments on their attitude and to have contributed to your wellbeing whilst staying among us.

Once again, thank you for your trust and the courtesy of your time; we hope that you had a safe and comfortable journey back home and look forward to welcoming you back in soon.


Warmest Regards,
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Reviewed 29 October 2013

Stayed at the Hi Pueblo for 1 week 8th October 2013. arrived after a long trip from Malaga airport at 10.30pm, too late for evening meal but we were directed to the restaurant where a covered salad was waiting for us, very much appreciated!
The room was very nice, 4 beds in all, when there was just the two of us, plenty of space.
Meals were ok there was always something that we liked, although the food was never hot,
we used the microwave to heat it up! every morning I looked forward to fried eggs with my breakfast but they had always been taken and the chef did put more out but it was when everyone had finished! Yes the hotel catered 90% for the French but they were a quiet bunch
and everyone got on alright. The entertainment in the evening, which was the staff, was
always in French and did go on a bit so we went next door to the Cortijo Blanco hotel and watched theirs. we have stayed their before and knew their entertainment was always good,
they had a group on 3 times and the atmosphere is great.
The weather was fantastic for this time of year, hot and no rain all week!
For anyone staying at the Hi Pueblo I would say it's set in extremely pretty surroundings, like a Spanish village and the building is only two storey, so very quiet. The pool is very large and there is a little garden with sunbeds. My only complaint is that after your evening meal there is nothing to do before the entertainment. The lounge was very old fashioned and there was
no where to have a drink and relax, the drinks were so watered down I had to order a double to taste anything. you couldn't have a proper cup of coffee only one from the machine in a plastic cup. we sat in the bar on high stools or went next door to the Cortijo and had a coffee there.
All in all we had a lovely holiday at the Hi Pueblo but it needs modernising in the way they have
done the Cortijo Blanco next door.

Room Tip: choose a room away from the pool as all the entertainment is there and its noisy!
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  • Stayed October 2013, travelled as a couple
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HiHotels, Gerente at Globales Pueblo Andaluz, responded to this review, 15 May 2014
Thank you for allowing us the opportunity of hosting your holidays. We are pleased to know by your feedback how much you enjoyed while being our guest.

With regard to your comment about the furniture and modernising, I want to let you know that some renovations are in progress and that we will continue during the Winter. Please be sure that we have taken note of all your comments and we can assure you that we continuously do our best to improve our service.

We wish to have the opportunity to host you again in the near future.

Sincerely,

The Management
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Reviewed 20 October 2013

My husband and I stayed here for a 5 night break 13th-18th Oct, the hotel closed for winter on the evening of the day we left. We used TripAdvisor reviews to help us to make our hotel choice so I thought it only right that we contribute in the same way.

This isn't an 'all singing, all dancing' high frills kind of 'All Inclusive' hotel (not a bad thing in my opinion), in fact, not all guests are All Inclusive as we were. I would describe the hotel as simple and modest with a bit of a traditional feel and this suited us well. The 'village style' hotel layout was charming and very attractive. Some of the decor has a traditional look, some is a little dated (our room furnishings) but again, this didn't matter at all to us, none of it was unattractive and I liked the cosy feel of our room and general surroundings. More important than the look of the room, it was very clean and very spacious (we requested a courtyard view room which we were given) and I presume it must have been a 'family room' with having two sets of twin beds. It had a tiny balcony overlooking the main courtyard, not big enough to sit out on, in fact, it had no table or chairs, but you could step out onto the balcony to have a look around. I noticed other rooms in different areas had larger balconies/terraces with furniture but presume the room layout inside may also be different, maybe even smaller. Bathroom also a decent size, clean, functional and with a decent shower. The only negative point about our room was that the beds were incredibly uncomfortable (I tried all four to pick the best of the bunch but all were equally bad!). Every spring could be felt in the mattresses but we found thick blankets in our wardrobe so decided to fold them double and lay them under our bottom sheets to act as 'mattress toppers'......the beds were then perfectly okay and we got a decent nights sleep on them.

it is true that there are predominantly French guests at the hotel, particularly evident with the entertainment and in the restaurant. Some but not all of the food was clearly catering for their taste, however, there were always choices and the food was generally nice though not very warm. Being honest, it wasn't the best choice or quality that I have experienced in other comparable hotels but I would certainly rate it as at least average-good and really I think my other experiences have spoilt me due to being of a very high standard. Sometimes, some of the French guests could appear a bit 'pushy' in the restaurant and some aren't keen on waiting. It wasn't a real problem for us, sometimes we found it amusing and we also noticed that the majority tended to eat during the earlier part of the meal times so if we avoided the first hour or so of the restaurant opening, things generally quietened down. We noticed that the restaurant does shut things down pretty much exactly at the stated times (understandably given how busy and hard working the staff are) so don't leave it too close to the end and occasionally popular items 'run out' near the end. I certainly wouldn't let the French influence/majority put me off this nice hotel, many/most are not rude or bad mannered and I have met many British people abroad who aren't good representatives of our country. We met some British guests and those we talked to were equally happy with all aspects of the hotel. A message to the lovely couple we met whose names we didn't find out (the London couple with friends in the area and who visited Granada).......we hope that your journey home was okay and that your 'heartbreak' at leaving San Pedro/Pueblo Andaluz is lessening; it is hard returning to reality isn't it! It was lovely to meet you both.

The staff at the hotel are pleasant and are happy to chat with you if you make conversation with them. We certainly didn't feel that they showed any favour/preference to French guests in any way.

The pool area is pleasant enough and the pool was clean and large. There is a bit of road noise from the very busy road just outside but it isn't too intrusive and the road isn't visible.

The area is nice, less 'touristy' and more of a Spanish feel than it's better known neighbours further up the coast which you pass through while travelling from Malaga airport to San Pedro. The town of San Pedro is a 15-20 minute walk via the main roads, the beach is a pleasant walk, again about 15 minutes, through an attractive residential area with quiet streets. You can see and hear lots of wild parrots in the palm trees in the area. On reaching the sea front you can walk on the lovely promenade either way, turning left would bring you into Puerto Banus in approx 30-35 minutes. We think the beach was particularly attractive when heading in this direction but is also nice going the other way. A TIP though about the TRANSFER to the hotel, look into transfer times carefully before booking. What should have been a trip of about an hour or just under can easily become an unbelievable 2-3 hours due to numerous 'drop off's'. The Spanish company that provided our transfer didn't inform us of this yet I understand that it is a regular occurrence. We also missed two meals due to transfer arrangements, our lunch on arrival and breakfast on day of departure. A lot of time was wasted travelling instead of being in resort.

In all, we had a lovely break, I think probably very pleasant at this time of year when the hotel is less busy and the temperature was hot without being over bearing. There was nothing to make us think that we wouldn't return, it was a relaxing break in a nice hotel in a nice area.

  • Stayed October 2013, travelled as a couple
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HiHotels, Gerente at Globales Pueblo Andaluz, responded to this review, 15 May 2014
Dear guest,

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for choosing to stay at our family hotel and for taking time to write a review on Trip Advisor about your experience at our hotel.

We appreciate your lovely comments about our staff and our facilities as they help us identify areas of concern and act upon our guests’ requests.

We apologize for the inconveniences encountered; please rest assured that our housekeeping Manager has received your comments. Mostly all old matresses has been changed during this past Winter.

We will be thrilled to have you back next year! We appreciate your preference.

Warm Regards,

The Management.
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Property: Globales Pueblo Andaluz
Address: Avenida Jose Luis Carrillo Benitez s/n, 29670 San Pedro de Alcantara, Spain (Formerly Hi! Pueblo Andaluz Hotel)
Region: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Malaga > Costa del Sol > San Pedro de Alcantara
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
Ranked #3 of 5 Hotels in San Pedro de Alcantara
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £
Hotel Class:3 star — Globales Pueblo Andaluz 3*
Number of rooms: 211
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Surroundings where we can enjoy all the beauty of the south, nearby Seville, Granada, Cordoba and Marbella make this the perfect destination to share sensations with friends and family. Located between San Pedro de Alcantara and Marbella, just 24 km from Estepona, and 45 km from Ronda and just 3 km from the famous Puerto Banus. Refurbished in 2008. 211 rooms with air-conditioning (on request), safe rental, bath, shower, toilet. 1 adults pool, 1 children’s pool, pool bar, buffet restaurant, snack bar, Themed Dinner three times a week, Flamenco Show, a magnificent offer for both children and adults. Great additional local amenities and wonderful for golf lovers. ... more   less 
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Also Known As:
Pueblo Andaluz Hotel San Pedro De Alcantara
Globales Pueblo Andaluz San Pedro De Alcantara, Costa Del Sol, Spain

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