Hotel Villa Naranjos is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Javea, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Javea's most popular landmarks, such as Parroquia de Nuestra Senora de Loreto (2.3 km) and Mirador Cruz del Portixol (3.4 km), Hotel Villa Naranjos is a great destination for tourists.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and a concierge while staying at Hotel Villa Naranjos. In addition, Hotel Villa Naranjos offers a pool and a restaurant, which will help make your Javea trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Javea burritos restaurant such as El Mexicano Javea, which is a short distance from Hotel Villa Naranjos.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Arenal Promenade (0.4 km), which is a popular attraction amongst tourists, and it is within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Javea!
DO. NOT. STAY. HERE. If I could leave 0 I would have! We have literally been at the property for 20 minutes and trying desperately to leave but the surrounding hotels are all full. The greeting/welcome from reception was categorically the worst service I have ever received. For a quick stop over the shoddy and old fashioned decor and musky smells can be overlooked but rude, arrogant and passive aggressive service is inexcusable. DO. NOT. STAY. HERE.
Villa Naranjos simply a quiet and very comfortable hotel, extremely friendly and helpful staff. Easy access and calm environment. We felt very safe and reassured. if you love breakfast, it is a great feast and you and available from 07:30 to 10:30 (all food fresh) Overall comfortable stay, very clean swimming pool good to relax if you don't fancy sea i will recommend it as a budget hotel
We stayed her for one night, pool was okay and clean. Room was not on the large side but clean too. Breakfast was the worst we ever had, we were there within half hour of opening and all the food looked like it had been there a long time. Could only eat a yogurt. DO NOT BUY BREAKFAST
The Villa Naranjos is a great place to stay if you're planning a busy few days in Javea. 2 minute walk away from the Arenal and 15 minute walk from the port it is in a great location. Have stayed here twice and have been lucky enough that both times i have a sea view over looking the Arenal. Rooms are slightly basic but ideal if all you need to do is sleep and go out. The Wifi has got much better since my first stay 2 years ago, you now don't need a new code each day! Breakfast was probably the only thing that let the hotel down in my opinion, but that's probably because it's aimed and the spanish elderly. On that note, the main clientele is over 60, not a problem but as an 18 year old at the time i just had them looking at me constantly thinking why i was staying there. Try to be back before 1am as we got back from a nightout at 4am and had to bang on the door for 5/10 mins for someone to come at let us in. Overall though, i can't fault the stay in general, staff were great and accommodating, the rooms were nice enough and the views are perfect! Would definitely go back, only for a few days at a time though…
If 1970's "artex" is your thing, you are in for a winner. Despite its decor and slightly fusty smell in hallways the place seemed clean and the basic room worked well. Air conditioning struggled a bit, but in fairness with only one night stay i didn't report its lack of performance. Car parking is limited and so had to find somewhere off road to park. The room had a superb view overlooking the Arenal so no complaints. The clientele seemed mainly Spanish people of a certain maturity, which meant they wanted to use the lifts no matter what floor they were located on, so it was quicker to use the stairs, to the lung busting,level 7. Our breakfast was varied and plentiful, just be prepared for the push and shoving by those fearing it could be their last meal, certainly not into queuing or waiting in line as typical Brits do. In short, despite a few minor war wounds, the place does what it says on the tin. it worked for a short stay, not sure i would want too long there as its ambience makes one feel old.…