Hotel San Cristóbal is located in the historic district of Marbella and a five-minute walk to the shore.
The climate control rooms offer ensuite, satellite TV, phone, air conditioning, in-room safe, hairdryer and daily housekeeping. Various rooms offer views of Alameda Park and the sea, downtown Marbella, Sierra Blanca mountain range or the hotel courtyard.
The hotel features 24-hour front desk, free Wi-Fi, hair salon, rooftop terrace, paid self-parking, conference space, laundry service, luggage storage, laundry facilities, nearby bicycle and scooter rental elevator, nearby golf and sailing and bilingual staff.
Breakfast is available for surcharge every morning. There's also Alameda restaurant which offers Mediterranean dishes and serves breakfast lunch and dinner.
Hotel San Cristóbal is near the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park, Orange Square, Museo del Grabado and Venus Beach.
Even those who may have had issues with their stay had to admit that the location is ideal. According to guests, it's only a five-minute walk to the beach and the Orange Square of Marbella is nearby. So if you're looking to explore the city, this hotel might suit you.
Quiet and Comfortable.
Although the hotel overlooks the main road, guests remarked that it is still relatively quiet at this hotel. Visitors also mentioned that the rooms were extremely clean, which made them feel safe and comfortable during their stay.
Affordable Stay with a Friendly Staff.
A number of visitors mentioned that they found the hotel to be a great value for the money. They also mentioned that the staff is very accommodating and friendly when dealing with guests.
Free Lobby Wi-Fi Can Be Sporadic or Non-existent.
A number of guests mentioned that the Wi-Fi wasn't very functional in the rooms, and that's if they could even get service at all. A few travellers added that while they were able to connect in the lobby they still had a weak signal.
Critics Felt Breakfast Was Lacking.
Some guests commented that the breakfast was in poor quality. Plus, for people staying multiple days, they claim it seemed redundant. Most visitors, however, seem to enjoy the food at this location.
No Tea for You.
A few visitors felt that a location like this should offer tea and coffee making facilities. So if you like a drink first thing in the morning, guests point out this hotel doesn't have any self-catering facilities in the rooms.