Don Alfredo is situated next to the Moorish castle walls in Marbella’s historic centre, just a few miles from Venus Beach.
Each of the hotel’s air-conditioned rooms feature private bathrooms and a plasma-screen TV with DVD player. The rooms also have balconies with scenic views of the hotel’s charming surroundings.
Don Alfredo has a 24-hour front desk and luggage storage facilities. It also has free Wi-Fi throughout.
A continental breakfast is served daily, and there is also a bar-cafe that serves traditional Spanish tapas. A number of other food and drink options can be found within a five-minute walk, and Plaza de los Naranjos Square is less than 200 metres away.
Marbella’s Puerto Banus Marina is a ten-minute drive from Don Alfredo, and there are several golf courses in the area too. Marbella’s main bus station is just a short walk away, with direct buses to Malaga Airport.
If you’re looking to explore Marbella’s historic Old Town, Don Alfredo is an ideal option. It’s located right in the heart of this area, meaning you can easily stroll to restaurants and points of interest while soaking up all that Old Town atmosphere. Sit
Breakfast included is a nice bonus.
When staying at Don Alfredo, you needn’t worry about paying any extra for breakfast, as this is included in the cost of your room. The hotel’s previous guests have commented that this is a nice bonus!
Great value hotel.
Most previous guests of Don Alfredo comment that the hotel offers great value for money. The rooms are clean and pleasant, with large en-suites and free toiletries, the staff are friendly and helpful and the location is fantastic. This, along with the hot
No tea and coffee in the room.
Some guests would have prefered tea and coffee making facilities in their rooms, although tea and coffee is offered in the main part of the hotel, so you won’t have to go too far for your caffeine fix!
Breakfast is very basic.
Breakfast at Don Alfredo is a simple affair and some guests have commented that it’s a bit plain and unimaginative. Although breakfast could be improved upon with a bit more variety on offer, most guests agree that, because it’s free, it still offers good
Issues with parking.
Like with many places in Marbella’s Old Town, finding a parking space near the hotel can often be a problem. Throughout the week, parking fees are in force in the area, although at the weekend, it’s reported to be free.