Two Nerja Hotels Close Early for the Season

Many visitors to Nerja will have fond memories of staying at two of Nerja’s popular hotels, the Nerja Club and the Villa Flamenca.

Unfortunately due to the current covid-19 situation and the decline in visitor numbers the hotels will close early the season but are expected to reopen in 2021.

Here’s a message from the Villa Flamenca:

We are sad to inform you that from 6th September, the hotel is closed until next Season, due to the high volume of cancellations and no-shows which makes the business unviable. Should you need to contact us, please send us an email to [email protected] as the hotel will not answer any phone calls. All prices and availability on our website Thanks for your understanding and we hope to see you all very soon. We’ll be back| 🙂🙂

And this one is from the Nerja Club:

Dear Customers, friends and all of you who are part of the Hotel Nerja Club Family, Unfortunately this terrible crisis has forced us to close the hotel temporarily. Trying to stay open without enough customers would be self-destruction. We have missed all of you so much and we know that you have missed us too. Thank you very much for showing your support. We know that you would like to be here but this terrible situation does not allow it. We hope that this situation changes soon and we can all resume with our lives and pursue our desires. We are looking forward to seeing you again soon! Thank you very much, from the entire staff of Hotel Nerja Club. Take Care!

For current bookings and enquiries please contact the individual hotels via their websites or telephone numbers.

If you are looking for dates and availability in 2021 or more details about the hotels visit Nerja Club Hotel page or Villa Flamenca page.

We look forward to seeing these hotels reopen soon.

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