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Top 10 El Medano Hotels

Top 10 El Medano Hotels

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4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Carretera San Juan del Puerto / Matalascañas, Km. 33, Mazagon, Andalusia, Spain
26.2km from Huelva Train Station
"Visiting a large hotel such as this during the pandemic means it would probably be impossible to recreate our experience: fewer than 50-60 guests in the entire place, maybe 15-20 by the pool or on the beach below at any time. This meant that there was an air of total peace, and relaxation was complete. The weather in late September is still more than warm enough for a beach break, even though the nearby towns were very quiet, with most establishments either closed for Covid or for the season. The Parador is in such a wonderful location: atop the cliffs overlooking mile after mile of sandy beach, manicured lawns leading down to the pool. You can rent some bikes and pedal along the cycle path that tracks the coastal road, or get your exercise by walking up and down the stars to the beach. All in all a real treasure. Nearby attractions include Huelva, once you pass through the immense oil and chemical plants on its outskirts. It's a fine old city with some surprising English connections. Further away you can cross over into Portugal and test the beaches near Santa Luzia."
"Had a wonderful 3 nights here in mid-September, with a spacious sea view room. Loved the quiet location, large pool, fab beach down below (lots of steps but great exercise - there is a transport option in ‘normal’ times). It was a great option with room service available and dinner too. Close to Huelva, which is an interesting town with British industrial influence (housing estate, pier and other buildings) with lots of dining options and full of vibrancy in the evening. We had a great meal at Azabache. The Rio Tinto mine further inland is also well worth a visit. There are bicycles for hire if you fancy a ride along the cycle path through the wooded Doñana national park. The hotel’s location here is the highlight, with the peace and quiet and beach below dramatic cliffs. Beautiful! Note: the season ends in mid-September so some of the facilities on the beach and the hotel’s pool-side bar & cafe closed on our last day (15th September)."
"We spent five nights here in February. The room was great, our bed huge! We had a lovely balcony overlooking the sea - fantastic sunsets over the ocean. The staff were friendly and helpful at all times. The food was very good, breakfasts in particular. There is an super indoor swimming pool, gym, hot tub and sauna, which we tried out. A highly organised and pleasant hotel. I took my mountain bike with me and went on a couple of 50 km + rides in the pine forests just inland from the hotel - fantastic! We will want to spent another holiday here."
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2




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Avenida del Oceano, s/n, Punta Umbria, Andalusia, Spain
19.2km from Huelva Train Station
"Visited Punta Umbria for European Duathlon - Barcelo Punta Umbria Mar. This is an excellent resort to stay at even friends staying in other hotels said ours was the best. The service was superb from the moment we arrived until we left, the rooms were spacious, clean and comfortable. The meals were very good plenty of choice for everyone, help your self breakfast and buffet evening meal. The bar was great and had live entertainment on the Saturday night. The pool looked great but maybe to cold for a dip, the sea and beach where just out the back gate. Parking was secure on site and 6 euros 24hrs. Very quiet location the local town Punta Umbria was in walking distance. Highly recommended."
"I checked in here after one night (of three I'd paid for) in an AirBnB. I was greeted warmly in reception and my room had a great view towards the sea. Bearing in mind my charge included a superb breakfast, it was much better value than my AirBnB."
"Four of us (2 couples) enjoyed 5 great nights in this first class hotel. The rooms were beautiful and comfortable and the food at breakfast and dinner was delicious overall a great 5 night holiday....next time we will stay longer.."
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3




4/5
Very Good
5 Reviews
Avenida Marchena Colombo, 14, Huelva, Andalusia, Spain
2.7km from Huelva Train Station
"The modern Albergue Inturjoven Huelva is situated near Moret Park, around 600 metres from Huelva Cathedral. It offers both shared and private rooms, all with air conditioning and en suite bathroom. Rooms at the Inturjoven Huelva Youth Hostel are bright and functional. They are set around an attractive interior courtyard, built in a typical Andalusian style. The Inturjoven Huelva offers a buffet restaurant, as well as vending machines and a packed lunch service. The hostel’s 24-hour reception offers a tour desk and luggage storage. The beaches of the Costa de la Luz are a 15-minute drive from the hostel. Do?ana National Park and the Portugese border are both within 50 km. Regular local buses stop near the hostel and connect to all parts of the city."
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4




4.1/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Avda. de Andalucia, s/n, Huelva, Andalusia, Spain
4.5km from Huelva Train Station
"My wife and I were on our way from England to Gran Canaria and, as the ferry was midday, we stayed the night before in this excellent hotel. We were welcomed warmly by reception and given a premium room on the top floor. BIG room, reasonable view and a bath big enough for two! Heh heh...! Everything was shiny, clean and new. Bed was firm and comfortable but the pillows were TOO “Comfortable”... beautifully soft but much too big. (ONLY fault!) Great nights sleep and a lovely breakfast in the morning. "
" Very nice resort complex direct on the Eastern coast of Spain. Stayed one night as we were on our way to the Algarve in Portugal. The hotel was a little dated. But still was nice except for one thing. The whole hotel had a pungent fragrance due to the dispensers in the hotel. We moved to a different room in the middle of the night because of the oder. The evening concierge was very helpful and apologetic for the inconvenience."
"We have just checked out of this hotel. It was a comfy place to stop off before getting the ferry to Tenerife this am. Rooms were spotless and all the staff were friendly. Good parking outside and is an ideal hotel for a one night stay."
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5




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Alameda Sundheim, 26, Huelva, Andalusia, Spain
680m from Huelva Train Station
"Set in a prime location of Huelva, Nh Luz Huelva Hotel puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, fax machine, photocopying, printer, daily housekeeping are just some of the facilities on offer. Guestrooms are fitted with all the amenities you need for a good night's sleep. In some of the rooms, guests can find television LCD/plasma screen, mirror, towels, closet, wooden/parqueted flooring. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Nh Luz Huelva Hotel combines warm hospitality with a lovely ambiance to make your stay in Huelva unforgettable."
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6




3.2/5
11 Reviews
Carretera Huelva, San Juan Del Puerto Km 3, Huelva, Andalusia, Spain
9.7km from Huelva Train Station
"Just 15 minutes from the beach and 10 minutes from the centre of Huelva, this beautifully renovated 11th-century property features an outdoor pool and gardens. Free WiFi is available. Located at the entrance to the city, the Hacienda Montija Hotel is perfect for those wishing to stay outside Huelva's centre and still have easy access to the city centre. The Hacienda Montija is a converted Arabic farmhouse. Wander through the magnificent lounges under beautiful, arched corridors and admire the courtyard surrounded by the original gallery. The architecture has a strong, Arabic influence which will enchant your stay. Every room has its own design and character - giving it plenty of character and exclusivity. Sample typical Andalusian recipes in the Hacienda Montija's fine restaurant. Sleep well in the beautifully decorated bedrooms and enjoy the tranquil setting of the Hacienda Montija. You will be soothed by the sounds of nature from your bedroom window."
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7




5/5
Perfect
12 Reviews
Avda. Martin Alonso Pinzón, 13, Huelva, Andalusia, Spain
400m from Huelva Train Station
"The hotel is in the downtown. The most famous pedestrian street is downstairs."
"The hotel is conveniently located on the most famous pedestrian street."
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8




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Avenida de Andalucía, 35, Punta Umbria, Andalusia, Spain
20.4km from Huelva Train Station
"You get what you 've paid for. The Hotel has only two stars. For this classification it is very good. The whole staff is really polite and willing to do a good service for everyone. We were a few times in the Barcelo, but double stars doesn't mean better service! The Ayamontino is not far from the beach (5 min by feet) and not far from the centre of Punta Umbria ,-Calle Ancha- where all the restaurants, shops and bars are. The breakfasts is typically spanish. Not the brightest selection but everything you need for a relaxed start of a summer day. You can get some drinks from the morning to the evening at the terrace or the cafeteria. In Punta free parking in the centre means a lot, this was a great advantage. Finally I was surprised of a hotel with 2 stars that has good service, clean rooms, small but sufficient bathrooms in a central position. I give four stars, that are rather five than three!"
"Spacious clean room and good breakfast. Friendly staff - all we needed for a comfortable, relaxing stay. We only stayed one night but I would happily have stayed longer. Near to amenities and beach. I would be happy to return 😊"
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9




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Rabida, 79, Palos de la Frontera, Andalusia, Spain
15.0km from Huelva Train Station
"We stayed two nights in this hotel. It was situated on a narrow, one way road. So, while the parking was free, it was impossible to stop immediately outside the hotel to unload luggage. However, directly across the street there was a free underground car park, 2 levels down, across from the entrance to the hotel. There was a lift to get out of the car park, but then a flight of stairs down and across a courtyard to gain access to the hotel entrance. So, bear in mind the parking issue when booking. It's fine if you only have light luggage, but more difficult with heavier bags. Also, there is no lift in the hotel. So, as our room was one level up a flight of stairs, we decided to leave our main luggage in the boot of our car & brought things up to our room as we needed them. The reception staff were friendly and the room was a very good size. But the corridors and the room had more of a dormitory feel; functional, but a bit soulless. The beds were comfortable and it was an easy location as a base to wander around the town and convenient for visiting our planned tourist destinations of La Rabida Monastery, Muelle de la Carabelas & Playa de Punta Umbria. It was also very reasonably priced, although breakfast was not included in the room price."
"Arriving in the afternoon we were given room 111 for a 4 night booking. It's a twin room akin to a prison cell that has a window opening up on to a light well - by that I mean if you look up you can see the open sky but opposite and to the sides are walls / windows for other hotel rooms. We decided to have lunch in the Pinta's restaurant (enjoyed the restaurant) and enquire about a better room but were told none were available. Deciding we'd better make the most of it we had a few glasses of wine elsewhere then went to the room to shower and change early evening. It was then that we found the shower area to be disgustingly dirty - the shower enclosure had black mould in it and the shower door is a 3 section slider which the cleaners must never clean the inside of it. If you ran your finger nail up it there was lots of soap scum. This led to a bit closer inspection and the grout in the tiles was black in some places but could be removed by wiping. There were hairs on the floor and walls of the bedroom area. The old air con unit had had parts removed and just left on the tv stand, the tv, lamp and picture were covered in a thick layer of dust. It was minging. Unfortunately the staff in the hotel speak no English nor us Spanish and, as we'd had alcohol, trying to go elsewhere that night was not an option but at least the bed sheets looked clean. The next morning we checked out and the owner / manager seemed quite rude. I hope he reads this as he probably thinks we left because of the view but we left because it was dirty. It's a real shame as the hotel is in a good location and has a good restaurant but someone really needs to instigate a deep clean."
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10




3.5/5
10 Reviews
Avenida de los Conquistadores s/n,Mazagon, Mazagon, Andalusia, Spain
20.2km from Huelva Train Station
"I travelled last weekend to Huelva on a business trip and booked for this one, but directly it was fully booked, so I tried another way and focused on getting a room here. why? if they are fully booked already at the start of the season then it is definitely worth trying!! so I booked and was a good surprise! the lobby is wide and very enjoyable when entering, the customer service is perfect, always trying to be helpful and always with a great smile! I got a room with a small kitchen, a good bathroon and a wide bedroom!!! Go to Mazagon, go to Martin Alonzo Pinzon!!! oh… oh… by the way… who was Martin Alonzo Pinzon????"
"Room : ok Swimming pool & terrace: not open (should be mentioned on beforehand) Staff (in particular at reception): not really helpfull / flexible Breakfast: ok Parking : not open (was not mentioned on beforehand)"
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