Hotel IPV Palace & Spa****
Hotel IPV Palace & Spa **** – formerly known as Beatrice Palace – is located on the beachfront in Fuengirola’s quietest area, next to the gardens of Sohail Castle.
Everything at this charming, unique hotel is different. It has 285 rooms, including 3 Junior Suites and 3 Royal Suites, all of which face the sea and many of which boast spectacular views. The hotel enjoys an excellent location and 300 metres of beach which is practically exclusive to the hotel’s guests
- 285 rooms including 3 Junior Suites & 3 Royal Suites
- All rooms are sea view
- Beachfront location
- 4 Restaurants
- Outdoor & Indoor swimming pools
- 10 Meeting Rooms ranging from 50 up to 700 people
- Free Wi Fi
- Wellness & Spa Centre
Privileged location on the beach front in Fuengirola. Walking distance to Fuengirola town centre. 20 minutes drive from Malaga International Airport Large rooms, all with spectacular sea views. Wide range of gastronomy options .
20 minutes by taxi from Malaga Airport. There is also a train from the airport to Fuengirola. From Fuengirola train station take Bus M220 (Fuengirola-Marbella) and get off at El Castillo stop right opposite the hotel
Overview of the area
Sandwiched between Torremolinos and Marbella and 25km from Malaga International Airport , the former fishing village of Fuengirola is now one of the Costa del Sol’s biggest players. It’s got the high-rise hotels, buzzing bars and tourist-friendly restaurants to prove it, but there are also side streets and squares crammed with upmarket tapas places and chic boutiques. And a Moorish castle adds a bit of history. The real draw, though, is the super-sized sandy beach.
Fuengirola has a whopping 8 kilometres of sand, split into 8 different beaches. .And there are chiringuitos – mini-restaurants right on the sand – plus reams of food and drink places on the Paseo Maritimo, which spans the whole stretch.
Fuengirola firmly embraces its nightlife. The Paseo Maritimo keeps up the Costa spirit with an energetic collection of British bars, Irish pubs and discos. Meanwhile, the area in and around the Plaza de la Constitucion – the town’s main square – picks up the traditional Spanish vibe with chichi tapas bars and bodegas, or wine cellars.