H10 Estepona Palace

Mediterraneo chill out terrace at sunset, H10 Estepona Palace, Spain

Saga Hosted Hotels

A stay at the H10 Estepona Palace combines old Andalusian charm with all the mod cons of a deluxe hotel. The hotel has real wow factor, with its bright and airy lobby and sweeping sea views from many of its public rooms. Every guest room has a terrace or balcony, and there are three bars, two restaurants, two pools and a hairdresser and spa (both extra charge). It’s a world away from the tourist hotspots of the Costa del Sol – more of a haven of tranquillity to relax and recharge.

Included with every Hosted Holiday

  • Dedicated welcoming host
  • Resort airport transfers
  • Travel insurance and meals

Including

Saga host

Hosted drinks reception

All inclusive: All meals

Free bar open up to 12 hours a day (for all inclusive guests only)

Mineral water and house wine with lunch and dinner daily

A weekly return shuttle service to Gibraltar or Marbella

International flights. Prices are based on return flights with Vueling or British Airways from London Gatwick. Supplements may apply from other airports

Return transfers direct to your hotel

Minimum 20kg checked luggage, per person

Overview

  • 7 nights

  • Estepona, Costa del Sol, Spain

  • Multiple

  • All Inclusive

From £763 per person

Including optional travel insurance or a price reduction if not required

Mediterraneo chill out terrace at sunset, H10 Estepona Palace, Spain
View from the pool, H10 Estepona Palace, Spain

Holiday details

Food and drink

Meals are served in the main, recently refurbished, restaurant and enhanced by show cooking at all meal times. There is also an à la carte restaurant (extra charge and lunchtimes only). The hotel has three bars including a poolside bar. The swimming pool restaurant is open all season for a la carte lunch (extra charge) and privilege breakfast. The chill out terrace is open from mid June - mid September. A free bar is available to All inclusive customers 12 hours daily, serving local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

Entertainment

A weekly return shuttle service to Gibraltar or Marbella • Nightly entertainment • Animation team • Bingo • Quiz night • Tai Chi • Petanque • Darts • Table tennis • Paddle tennis • Billiards • Archery • Golf is available nearby – please ask in resort for details and prices

Accommodation

All 237 contemporary bedrooms have a balcony or terrace. Standard rooms enjoy views of the pool, and most feature a bath or shower with the exception of rooms on the second floor, which feature walk-in showers. Please note, there are several steps in and around the hotel. Rooms with a walk-in shower are available on request. Safes are available for an extra charge. Laundry service and room service are available for an extra charge. You can upgrade to a sea-view room, or to a privilege room for a supplement. Privilege rooms feature access to a selection of superior services, including a privilege lounge with a free drinks service, privilege terrace with an exclusive solarium, as well as a modern sea-view or pool-view room with a coffee machine, slippers, pillow menu and daily turndown service plus much more. As part of the privilege room upgrade, guests can also enjoy an à la carte privilege breakfast at the swimming pool restaurant.

Amenities

  • Restaurant
  • A la carte restaurant
  • Bar
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Hairdresser
  • Table tennis
  • Spa (extra charge)

Holiday location

H10 Estepona Palaca Map

Local Area

The hotel is sufficiently far from Estepona to provide privacy around the property and space on the beach, but a 15-minute stroll is enough to take you into town. Estepona itself has real Spanish character, which is evident in its cobbled streets and sun-splashed plazas. The town is known for its bold, colourful street murals, all painted by local artists, which have transformed the town into a museum of urban art. It’s a place where you can truly relax and unwind, while still enjoying some authentic Andalusian culture. The hotel is sufficiently far from Estepona to provide privacy around the property and space on the beach, but a 30-minute stroll is enough to take you the marina and a little further to town. Estepona itself has real Spanish character, which is evident in its cobbled streets and sun-splashed plazas. The town is known for its bold, colourful street murals, all painted by local artists, which have transformed the town into a museum of urban art. It’s a place where you can truly relax and unwind, while still enjoying some authentic Andalusian culture. There’s even an amazing Orchidarium with over 5,000 species of Orchids from all over the world that’s worth exploring.

You can experience the famed sights, scenery and climate of this coastline from a special location. We like the easy relaxed atmosphere of the hotel, and the style of construction. The whole hotel and staff are friendly and welcoming, and the resident Saga Host Pauline is the best we have ever met, they go out of their way to make sure that we are happy. There are lots of things to do and see.

Jim and Hazel Macfarlene,

Optional excursions

Optional excursions can only be booked in resort and are subject to minimum numbers

Gibraltar

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Discover Gibraltar's intriguing history as a British outpost, anchored by the famous Rock. Standing tall at 1,476 feet, this natural landmark is a visible guide for miles. Take a cable car to the summit for stunning views of the Atlas Mountains and the Bay of Algeciras. Along the way, encounter an 8th-century Moorish castle and explore miles of siege tunnels, unveiling Gibraltar's military past. Each step reveals a blend of history and breathtaking scenery, making this journey both engaging and enriching.

Spain

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