- Living room
- Internet access
- Direct dial telephone
- Centrally regulated air conditioning
- Individually adjustable heating
- 25Km from Almeria (LEI) Airport
- 0.3Km to beach
- 2Km to town centre
- Sun terrace
- Indoor Pool
- Outdoor Pool
- Free WiFi
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
Hotel Fenix Family is located in the Playa Serena residential area, just a street away from the beach. This quiet area is the ideal spot for a relaxing, family holiday. We are ... Continue reading
Hotel Fenix Family is located in the Playa Serena residential area, just a street away from the beach. This quiet area is the ideal spot for a relaxing, family holiday. We are located near the town centre and its restaurants, bars, pubs and recreational zones. There is also a shopping centre approximately 3 km away, while Almeria Airport is 35 km away.
Our stunning hotel has a total of 197 rooms shared across seven floors. The establishment has a large lobby with a 24-hour reception and panoramic lifts, while the complex also has a café, swimming pool bar and buffet restaurant where you can enjoy a wide range of dishes.
- Billiards (Additional charge)
- Children's playground
- Darts (Additional charge)
- Entertainment staff
- Evening entertainment
- Games room
- Golf course (within 3 km) (Additional charge)
- Tennis court (Additional charge)
- Sun terrace
- Air conditioning
- Car hire
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Family rooms
- Free WiFi
- Non smoking rooms
- Packed lunches
- Safety deposit box (Additional charge)
- Shared lounge/TV area
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Vending machine (snacks)
To make booking a holiday at Fenix Family in Roquetas de Mar easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Fenix Family with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above.
The popular holiday resort town of Roquetas de Mar was once a sleepy, picturesque fishing village, dating from Roman times, and it still retains its warren of Moorish alley-like streets and pretty aspect of white-washed houses ascending the hillside. Hotel and apartment complexes, however, are beginning to dominate the skyline especially along the long, sandy beaches adjacent to the village. Tourism is big business along the holiday strip in Roquetas de Mar, with shops selling local crafts jostling with numerous restaurants and bars, and myriad activities on offer from horse riding to scuba diving or sailing.
Roquetas has an 18-hole golf course (at Playa Serena) and a specially designated nudist beach. Those interested in history will enjoy exploring the ruins of the medieval Castilla de Santa Ana and other fortifications in the area, and bird-watchers have a treat in store at the Las Marinas salt marsh and Punta Entinas beaches a few miles south of the village, where flamingos, egrets and avocets gather.
Aside from the attractions offered by the beaches in Roquetas, there are interesting architectural and historical sites to visit, including the Our Lady of the Rosary Church and the Santa Ana Castle, as well as Roman ruins at the Torrequebrada archeological site. There are many scenic spots at the nearby reserves, including Punta de Entinas Sabinar Natural Park and Cabo de Gata Natural Park. Roquetas de Mar is also conveniently close to Almeria, which is worth a daytrip when holidaymakers get tired of the sun, sea and sand. Roquetas hosts a number of festivals throughout the year, including the Three Wise Men Parade in January, the Night of San Juan in June, and the Moragas in December.
Almeris is known for its fresh produce and seafood, and you'll find many great restaurants and tapas bars on the promenade. There are a variety of international restaurants to suit tourists' tastes, but a great way to sample local cuisine is at any of a number of tapas restaurants, including fish pulled fresh from the ocean. Marley's Bar serves full English breakfasts, but closes in the afternoon, while the Wild Coyote offers American-style steak and ribs.
There isn't much of a nightclub culture in Roquetas de Mar, but the hotels offer a variety of entertainment and live music for a low-key night out, including live music and shows. The Teatro Auditorio hosts classical music and dance performances. A few hotels have their own discotheques, including the dancing rooms at the Sabinal and Zoraida hotels. The Bull Ring also offers live entertainment. M25 is a popular British themed sports pub for tourists.
Shopping in Roquetas is aimed at tourists, with the usual souvenir options like postcards, t-shirts, and beachwear. There are a few markets worth visiting, particularly the Thursday open-air market.
Jellyfish tend to visit the shores of Roquetas de Mar making swimming and water activities unpleasant, the town has tried to put buoys and netting up to stop the jellyfish but tourists should still take precautions. Entertainment and nightlife is very low key.
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Hotel address : Calle Paseo Central 44, Roquetas de Mar, Andalucia, Spain, 04740
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