Would you like to make history?

25Juin

On Sunday, the 1st of July, the city of Malaga will try to set a Guinness World Record for the largest number of people dancing flamenco. This will take place at 12:00 P.M. in Calle Larios, one of the most beautiful and emblematic places in the city.

From Hotel Angela, your hotel in Fuengirola, we encourage you to take part in the world record and embrace the culture of Malaga and flamenco.

The event will be run by famous flamenco dancers Antonio de Verónica and Saray Cortés.

After the event, you can get some energy back by eating in one of the most traditional and popular bars in Malaga like Pepa & Pepe or Taberna Orellana. If what you fancy is having a coffee or a tea there are some beautiful terraces and rooftop terraces like the ones in Pasaje Chinitas or Calle Alcazabilla.

If you are still there after lunch you can also make the most of your day by visiting the most popular spots in the city centre, like the cathedral or the Alcazaba, or by seeing the beautiful sunset from Muelle Uno.

Have fun in Malaga!

Fernando González

Flamenco Dancing Show in Fuengirola

05Mar

As we know most of our guests at Hotel Angela really love music and dancing, we thought you might like to know that this weekend there will be a great flamenco dancing show in Fuengirola.

The flamenco show is called “Rizoma” and it will be performed by Pilar Soto Dancing School in Málaga.

This event will be on Saturday the 10th of March at 8:30 P.M. in Palacio de la Paz, the auditorium located at the fairground.

Tickets are 5€ and all money raised will go to Cudeca, a Cancer Charity based in Costa del Sol.

If you are currently in Fuengirola having a fantastic holiday at Hotel Angela and fancy seeing a great show and contributing to a good cause at the same time, do not forget to write down this event on your diary!

Enjoy!

Beatriz Muñoz
Atención al Cliente

Weekend plans: Flamenco show

15Jan

Last week here on the blog of Hotel Angela we recommended you visit, as a weekend plan, some of the craft markets we then had in Costa del Sol.

Today we would like to suggest another great plan for this Saturday. This time it is a flamenco show called “Aleo” which will take place at 2:00 P.M. in the MIMMA (Malaga’s Interactive Music Museum).

The Music Museum is in Malaga city centre, in calle Beatas, in the old mansion that belonged to the Count of Las Navas. This construction was built around 1770 and restored in 2010.

“Aleo” is an outstanding 45-minute-long dancing and singing flamenco show.

Tickets can be bought online by clicking here and the price is 15€ or 25€ depending on if you would also like to have lunch at restaurante “Clandestino”.

We hope you enjoy this great show if you decide to follow this week’s recommendation!

Beatriz Muñoz
Guest Relations