2 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
Not a 3* aparthotel
"We had booked here for a week in August based on their website which looks like a good 3* - but we left after one night. We paid â¬120 per night for a 1 bed which isn't particularly cheap. Reception area is nice enough. We were then led down a dark corridor on the same floor to our room. The bathroom was newly done and nice but the rest was old and shabby. Their were stains on the walls and around the corners of the floors. And what topped it off were the stains on the quilt covers. Also -the pool area is absolutely tiny with nowhere really to put a bed with any comfort - really only room for about 6 people around the pool. Overall it has a good enogh location on the seafront but the accommodation is really only 2*. The night we arrived we went on a mission to find somewhere else and found the Princesa Playa 5 mins walk away, 4* for exactly the same price and were we glad we did!"
- Travel date: 29th August 2005
I have stayed at Puerto Azul 3 times ove...
"I have stayed at Puerto Azul 3 times over the last 3 years. The accommodation is great but basic. Studios with two single beds, a small bathroom and kitchen area. Balcony with table and chairs. Also 1 beds with two single beds in the bedroom, a sofa bed in the lounge area and an extra bed on request, to sleep four. ALL apartments are fully air conditioned, come with the basic kitchen utensils and are cleaned daily and the beds made. The towels and sheets are changed regularly but not on Sundays. There is a small restaurant, which is reasonably priced and great food. The hotel also has a small swimming pool with about 15 sunbeds but is EXACTLY on the front of the promenade so you walk past the pool, through the gate and you are on the beach! It couldnât be closer! The hotel is in the middle of Marbella therefore in any direction you go, you are still in the middle of everything. Bars, Restaurants, Ice cream Parlours. Supermarket and internet cafe are just 2 roads away. The staff are lovely and helpful and have all been there for the 3 years I have been going which I think is a good sign! Two points to take note of... Take your own travel kettle as there isnât one provided in the kitchen. The Skol apartment side of the building is quieter. The majority of the guests appear to be Spanish. Very few English seem to stay in the town centre and most people in the local shops donât speak much English but are still very helpful. I HIGHLY recommend this place! The rates are really reasonable for the location. "
- Travel date: 30th June 2005
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