Macdonald Leila Playa Resort

Mijas-Costa, Spain

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Mijas-Costa, Spain


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  • Avatar for harrys57
    By harrys57 Jan 20, 2008

    Stayed here in Oct 2007.In a 1 bedroom unit with 2 adults and 2 kids. good unit facilities with everything in the kitchen you could ever need.Apt coulda been doing with a dvd but thats just picky.Apt was clean and tidy and on the whole adequate,ours was 1 of the few still to be upgradedwhich is ongoing.Pools were good not crowded and very kid friendly.Gym was good and never busy.Catering was good and reasonably priced as was the evening entertainment.Staff very helpful and friendly.Crazy golf was reasonable though the tennis court was small(6 yo kept hitting ball out).Excursions planned everyday which again was priced reasonably .Also activities most days.Its right on the beach and a 20 min walk from dona lola resort where guests can use the facilities there also.3 Supermarkets are just a short walk over the motorway(bridge crossing) so getting provisions was no prob.

  • Avatar for clarence86
    By clarence86 Updated Feb 28, 2006

    This is a wonderful 3 bedroom, 2 bath condo right on the beach in Malaga, Spain. It sleeps 8/8. GOLD CROWN Resort overlooking the Ocean. Nearest airport is Malaga 35kms. Terrific location!

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    By ddkeeb Updated Feb 6, 2005

    We went here in late February, 2004, and the weather was wonderful - cool at night, sunny and in the 70's during the day. Don't know if this is typical or not. The resort is nicely landscaped and has a great view of the ocean. We had a three bedroom unit which was quite large. My sisters and my daughters and I were the only Americans here - most guests are British and come every year. The staff was very helpful and there are activities every day and entertainment in the restaurant every night. If you walk about 1/4 mile down the road you will find the Veinte Cuatro Hora Bar - 24 hour bar - which was always full of people from Spain and many other countries - a lot of fun and they served an "american style" breakfast - eggs, bacon, potatoes - instead of just rolls which most people have. You do have to order in Spanish as the bartender and waitress speak no English - (I thought that trying to learn enough Spanish to get around was great fun and even my language reluctant travelling partners were soon speaking some Spanish).

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