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Renowned Ángela Fuengirola Hotel Emerges Anew Following an Impressive 8.2 Million Investment

 Ángela Fuengirola Hotel Unveils its Glamorous Rebirth After a Whopping 8.2 Million Euro Glow-Up

Prepare for a feast of fabulousness, as the Ángela hotel in the enchanting Fuengirola reopens its doors, sparkling brighter than ever before! After five months of tireless renovation and expansion work, this beloved holiday haven has emerged as a true gem, ready to dazzle vacationers from around the world—especially our cheeky British friends!

With an investment of 8.2 million euros, courtesy of the ML Hoteles group, the Ángela has undergone a total transformation, leaving no stone unturned. But that's not all, my dear adventurers! The excitement continues as 36 spanking new junior suites are being crafted in a neighboring building, adding a touch of luxe to this already iconic beachfront gem on the Costa del Sol.


José Carlos Escribano, the visionary CEO of ML Hotels, spilled the beans on the hotel's grand makeover. He revealed that the Ángela, previously boasting 261 standard rooms, now showcases 243 of these cozy havens and 18 glorious junior suites within the original building. But wait, there's more! The additional 36 junior suites, soon to be completed, will be nothing short of sublime. Ah, the anticipation!


This magnificent expansion was made possible by the Junta de Andalucía's new hotel modernization decree, generously allowing a 10% increase in building space. Bravo!


But that's not all, my glamorous globetrotters! As you step foot into the revamped Ángela, you'll be greeted by a marvelous sight. The reception has received a fabulous facelift, and the terrace railings of the rooms have been replaced with sleek glass, offering unobstructed views of paradise.















But hold on to your sunhats, darlings! The true makeover magic is yet to come. In a few months' time, the two buildings forming the hotel will be adorned with a fresh coat of paint, transforming them into a vibrant display of colors that will make your heart skip a beat.


That's not all, as the Ángela is raising the bar for conference and meeting tourism. Prepare to be impressed by the brand-new meeting room, where up to 250 people can gather and be inspired. And let's not forget the delightful addition of a chic cafeteria, ensuring that your coffee breaks are as stylish as you are. On the pinnacle of the building, a heavenly terrace awaits, complete with a sparkling pool and panoramic vistas. Picture-perfect, indeed!


José Carlos Escribano, our visionary leader, dreams of attracting a diverse range of guests beyond the hotel's current 65% international clientele, dominated by our beloved British visitors. With these new conference facilities, the Ángela aims to cast its spell on an even broader audience, ensuring that everyone can experience its irresistible charm.


So, my intrepid explorers, pack your bags, for the Ángela Fuengirola Hotel has emerged from its glamorous cocoon, ready to pamper you in sheer luxury. Let the next chapter of your adventure unfold in this splendid haven of relaxation, where dreams come true, and holiday memories are made!

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