The Nerja Club Hotel has both a restaurant and a bar, and they are both open to the public. It can be handy to have this evening entertainment nearby without making the trip into Nerja centre. You will see the Nerja Club Hotel directly opposite the La Raqueta Tennis Club, which is very close to the entrance to Capistrano Village on the main road between Nerja and Maro. If you are in Oasis De Capistrano then the Nerja Club Hotel is about 10 minutes walking distance in the Nerja direction along the main road.
The Nerja Club Hotel Restaurant
The restaurant in the Nerja Club Hotel is really nothing to write home about. They have a reasonably priced menu with fairly average food. If you pop in for a ‘tostada’ (toasted sandwich) or a basic salad then you’ll probably be happy enough, but don’t expect to be wowed by great cuisine. Think bulk three star hotel food and you’ll get the idea. Some reviewers disagree and think the food here is great value so you may want to try the evening buffet which is available to the public as well as guests.
The Nerja Club Hotel Restaurant opening times
- 07.45-10.45 breakfast buffet: €6.50 per person
- 12.30-15.00 Basic breakfast, snack and lunch menu
- 19.30-22.00 Dinner buffet: €12.50 per person (€6.50 for children)
- The bar is open all day until about 01.00am
Non staying guests are welcome to visit the restaurant, bar and Spa at the Nerja Club Hotel, so if you are staying in nearby Capistrano then it could be worth popping in.
The evening entertainment on offer is probably one of the best reasons to visit and many nearby residents frequent the hotel for this very reason.
A typical week’s evening entertainment at the Nerja Club Hotel looks like this:
- Tuesday: Neil Phillips – Guitar – Rock & Roll – Dancing
- Thursday: Andy Time -Singer and Guitarist – 60’s-90’s Music
- Fridays: Cabaret and Music Show
- Saturday: On the outside terrace – Flamenco Show and Charlie Miller for dancing.- apparently ‘not to be missed’!
- Sunday: Carl G. ‘Come and Dance and Play with us’
Most weeks are the same with occasional changes. If you want to check what’s on before you head down there, you can just give the hotel a ring on the phone number below.
The Nerja Club Hotel is not the most modern of buildings and unfortunately neither is it old enough to achieve a charming sort of vintage style, despite the hard to miss 60’s chandeliers dangling overhead. Instead it just feels a bit dated; as if it passed its prime quite some years ago and is really overdue a bit of a revamp.
On more positive note it is clean and and the staff are very welcoming and helpful. I wouldn’t expect to be bowled over by sophistication, glamour or fine cuisine at the Nerja Club hotel, but you will get a friendly welcome in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.
The Nerja Club Hotel Spa
The Nerja Club Hotel Spa is open to guests and the public from 15.00- 20.00 every day.
Here they have a Jacuzzi and a small heated swimming pool and there is also a small gym.
To use the spa costs €10 per person for one hour and there are lots of treatments available.
The treatments consist of lots of variations of massages and body wraps, depending on the time and areas you want.
To give you an idea of prices here are some examples of some of the Nerja Club Hotel Spa treatments:
Relaxing massage (30 minutes): €19.00
Sports massage for (60 minutes): €43.00
Hot Stones Massage (60 minutes): €48.00
Peeling and algae sea wrap for arms, legs and torso (50 minutes): €45.00
Peeling and Red Clay wrap for arms, legs, back and torso + massage for legs or arms (90 minutes): €68.00
The specialty at the Nerja Club Hotel Spa definitely seems to be Body Peeling and Wrapping: Here you can choose to be ‘wrapped’ in either Sea Algae, Black Mud, Red Clay, Cocoa or even ‘Fango de Cereza’, which means Cherry Mud!
For more information or to book Spa treatments
you can contact the Nerja Club Hotel on: 0034 952 52 01 00
or visit the Nerja Club Hotel website www.nerjaclub.com