Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Fuengirola, Hotel Yaramar is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its charming environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Yaramar makes it easy to enjoy the best of Fuengirola.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Yaramar offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Guests of Hotel Yaramar are also welcome to enjoy a pool and a poolside bar, located on site.
While staying at Hotel Yaramar, visitors can check out Monumento a la Peseta (0.1 km) and Parroquia de Nuestra Señora del Rosario (1.6 km), some of Fuengirola's top attractions.
While in Fuengirola be sure to experience local tapas favourites at El Higueron, La Farola, or Bodega Restaurante Charolais.
If you’re looking for something to do, Los Boliches (0.2 km), Paseo Maritimo Promenade (1.1 km), and Plaza Constitucion (1.6 km) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Yaramar Hotel Fuengirola.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Yaramar is sure to make your visit to Fuengirola one worth remembering.
Found the Staff very friendly and helpful, food was good with a variety of choice , rooms clean and comfortable and had a nice beach/sea view from our room (1214). Rooms cleaned every day and Covid precautions and sanitising stations in all areas. Nice pool with poolside snack bar at reasonable prices . Evening entertainment was first class . The hotel itself is in a fantastic location, just metres from the beach and loads of bars, shops, and restaurants . Overall we thought this was a very nice Hotel and we would like to thank everyone at the Yaramar for making our stay so enjoyable .
I have read some negative reviews about this hotel and I'm not sure why? This is my first review on Tripadvisor and it was reading these reviews that prompted me to add mine. We had a lovely time at the Yaramar. Our room was clean, comfortable and very well maintained. The staff were pleasent and accomodating and Troy the TUI rep was very helpful. We found the restaurant quite pleasent. A good choice of dishes which we all enjoyed. The TUI entertainment was marvelous. The shows were lovely, performed by a very young team. It was all held together by 23 Degrees Duo who were outstanding in every aspect. What an amazing voice the lady had! We thoroughly enjoyed it. The bar offered two drinks for the price of one all night I believe. The only downside to the bar was the heat. It did get very hot. I have to say, we thought the hotel was fantastic. We'll be back.…
Please do not go to the Hotel Yaramar. The place is filthy and the food is cold or warm. This is supposed to be a Gold Hotel, we have stayed in better 2star hotels. Full of children, babies, toddlers screaming around the pool. More than 90% Spanish staying in this hotel who don't like the British being there.
I came here with my parents and we thoroughly enjoyed every minute. It was obvious that things were slightly different due to the pandemic but the hotel coped marvellously. Our check-in was easy and the staff were very welcoming. The rooms were lovely, clean and very comfortable. The restaurant was very good with plenty of choices and the bar offered two for one drinks every night. The entertainment in the bar was fantastic. We enjoyed every show performed by the TUI gold entertainment team. I have to say the duo were exceptional I think they were called the 23 Degrees or something like that. They just simply played everything, old and new with such relaxed ease. My parents loved them because they could play what they call proper dance music too lol. The hotel is actually on the beach and you couldn't ask for a better position. I have to say all in all this was a brilliant holiday and we will be returning next year. Well done Yaramar. 5 stars…
Basically when considering whether to go on a sun holiday two questions come immediately to mind. One is how has Covid affected things and the other is; is it safe? The first is the easier question to answer. Because there have been far less guests from Britain than usual, the hotel, in order to survive has taken bookings from whoever they can get. This includes staycationing Spanish people and children. Normally this hotel would be exclusively Tui Gold and most guests would be older British or Irish people so the atmosphere has changed somewhat. Having said that, the Spanish are generally nice people, though being younger you have to expect more noise at night as they don't go to bed as early as the older Brits would have done. There used to be two choices of entertainment; one provided by the hotel and one provided by Tui. Now only the Tui entertainment is available. This is probably a cost cutting exercise but it does leave the Spanish guests wondering why the entertainment is all in English. The standard of the Tui entertainment is excellent; the team they have at the moment is friendly, hard working and very talented. They have a lovely resident duo and three very capable entertainers. Also the Tui rep is very helpful, especially when it comes to sorting out the Covid tests and filling in tracker forms. In the Hotel the staff are still friendly, the rooms are still cleaned every day and happy hour still lasts much longer than an hour. Food wise, there is a little less choice than there used to be and a little less attention paid to people with special diets, but nothing there that is going to spoil the holiday. Outside the hotel practically all the bars, pubs, restaurants and shops are open, The water spots are still available, the public transport is still running and there are a limited number of excursions. So is it safe? On the plus side, as of this writing there is much less incidence of Covid in Spain than there is in Britain. Everyone in the hotel has to wear a mask and there is sanitizer everywhere. Even out in the street many people wear masks. On the minus side you are likely to rub shoulders with a lot of people, some of whom won't be vaccinated. However if you decide to do a staycation and to stay in hotels or guest houses in your own country would this be any different? All chairs and tables in the bar and restaurant are properly distanced but the one blind spot that the hotel seems to have is touch points. There is sanitizer available when you enter the restaurant but less than a third of people use it. All food is served buffet style, which means that over the course of the evening hundreds of people might have touched the same serving implements. I chose to sanitize before I went back to the table but very few people were doing this. Also whereas the staff cleaned the tops of the tables, they didn't do the edges and if they did the chairs at all it was very half hearted and with the same cloth that they were using for the tops of the tables. The other problem was the lifts, where buttons were being pressed multiple times by different people but I never saw anyone sanitizing them. Covid times are definitely different and we don't know when we will get back to normal. Spain is definitely missing the Brits and wants everyone to return but whether you do or not is your decision, your risk to take. As for Tui as a company, we got the holiday cheaper from them than we could have from the other booking websites or even if we had booked directly with the hotel itself. Brexit has meant that there are less British entertainers available but these have been replaced by very able Irish entertainers so we can only say well done as far as the Yaramar is concerned. When we arrived at Malaga airport there was no one else going our way so they provided a very nice Mercedes taxi to take us to the hotel so no complaints there. What could Tui have done better? They could have informed us of the way things have changed so that when we arrived at the hotel we would have understood what we were coming to. There was just one issue that wasn't resolved at the time we left. One of the entertainments managers came for an inspection while we were guests in the hotel. This was fine; he was doing his job. What disturbed us and other guests and the team themselves was the way he inappropriately treated one of the young and very pretty entertainers. Touching and stroking her bare shoulders and looming over her like he owned her. We told Troy, the rep and he said he would pass our complaint up the line. I know that the guy said that he had been under a lot of pressure but this is no excuse for treating a vulnerable young girl this way. So it is up to Tui now to do the right thing as people that do this usually have a pattern of this behavior; she is not likely to be the only victim. So how did I feel generally about this holiday? I wrote a little poem when I was there: I've missed the sight of people and life, Some looking good and some not. Did I do the right thing coming all this way? Was I brave or foolish or what? I could be locked in, frightened of life, But good for my mind it is not. I'm jabbed to the hilt and fully prepared, I might still get sick but hope not. I'm beside the pool with the sun on my back, Happy to be in this spot.…