Hotel Royal Al-Andalus
- Terms and facilities
Built in 1964 and renovated in 2002, the hotel is located on a main street and consists of a 6 storey main building as well as a 5-storey annexe block with a total of 204 rooms of which 34 are singles, 164 are doubles and 6 are suites. Guests are offered a lobby with a 24-hour reception, a safe, a currency exchange, a lift and car parking facilities. Additional facilities include a café, a shop, a hairdresser's salon, a bar, a TV room, an air-conditioned à la carte restaurant with a separate non-smoking area (highchairs are available upon request), a conference room and Internet access. Younger guests may enjoy letting off steam in the kids club or the play area. Rooms and laundry services are also available. The hotel also has a spacious garden.
Services and terms: Hotel Royal Al-Andalus
Standard Room Services
- Air Conditioning
- Satellite TV
- Money Exchange
- Meetings Room
- Children's Playground
- Internet Centre
- People with reduced mobility access
- Swimming Pool
Location: Hotel Royal Al-Andalus
This popular beach hotel is located right in the tourist centre, not far from public transport (50 m) and only one street from the attractive beach (400m). Restaurants, bars and the city centre with shopping venues and nightclubs are all a short walk from the hotel.
From Málaga airport: Take Avenida del Comandante García Morato towards
Southeast. Turn right to continue on Avenida del Comandante García
Morato. Take the exit towards N-340/Avenida de Velázquez. Turn right on
N-340/Avenida de Velázquez. Continue towards N-340. Turn slightly right
on Avenida Manuel Fraga Iribarne. Turn Right on N-340/Avenida Manuel
Fraga Iribarne. Turn right towards the road to Cádiz. Turn slightly left
on Carretera de Cádiz. Turn slightly right towards Calle de la Cruz.
Turn slightly right on Calle de la Cruz. Turn slightly right on Calle
Hoyo. Turn slightly right on Plaza Costa del Sol. Carry on Avenida Palma
de Mallorca. Turn right on Calle de Al-Andalus, turn left to carry on
for Calle de Al-Andalus.