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Balneario De Leana

Balneario, S/n - Fortuna Show map
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The hotel is surrounded by nature and is the perfect place to relax. It is located 3 km from the town of Fortuna and 30 km from Murcia. It is easily accessible by road or from the airports of Alicante and Murcia. Murcia-San Javier Airport is around 65 km away. This spa complex resort consists of 2 hotels: the Hotel Victoria, founded in 1902 and decorated in Victorian style, now completely restored, and this hotel, which was founded in 1860 and has also been completely renovated. Facilities at this air-conditioned establishment include a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out service, a hotel safe, cloakroom and lift access to the rooms. There is a newspaper stand, hairdressing salon, games room, TV lounge and a children's playground. Snacks, dining and drinks are offered in the café, bar and restaurant. Conference facilities are available, and Internet access is provided (for a fee). The hotel also offers room service (for a fee), medical and laundry services (for a fee). Rooms at the hotel include an en suite bathroom with a shower and hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, a TV, safe, air conditioning and heating and a balcony or terrace. The hotel has two swimming pools, one indoor and one outdoor, a poolside snack bar (charges apply), a sun terrace, parasols and sun loungers (for a fee). Aerobics, tennis and bocce are also on offer. For additional fees, guests may enjoy the hot tub, sauna and steam room, or take advantage of spa treatments including Roman spa sensations, thermal pools, massages and muds. The hotel also offers an entertainment programme for adults. A continental breakfast is served daily. The hotel also offers à la carte lunch and dinner and set menu lunch and dinner.


Balneario De Leana

Balneario, S/n - Fortuna

  • How to arrive

    From Alicante Airport: take the A7 towards Murcia. Take exit 83 and follow the C3223 to Fortuna.


TripAdvisor 3,5 based on 120 reviews
  • 4Location
  • 3,5Sleep quality
  • 3,5Rooms
  • 3,5Service
  • 3Quality-Price
  • 4Cleaning
5,0 Lorraine D. 26/09/2016
absolutel pure relaxation

everything in one place for medical and relation needs. thermal pools and hidro massages all treartments available. staff are very helpful medical advice available. this is perfect for just relaxing or helping with medical ailments

4,0 Alan D. Banff, United Kingdom 07/06/2017
Lunch time

On a tour the area called for a nosy and a drink real nice place guess i might look into a few days here sometime, we only had a drink but sure nice place with good service lovely place very up market great atmosphere

3,0 HeidiSomersetUK. West Quantoxhead UK 08/10/2016
Therapeutic visit

Excellent facilities and staff. Not cheap. Mostly Spanish visitors. Easy to park. Very relaxing but bring swimming hats. Pools warm outdoors and open until 9pm. Really enjoyed our day here with nice cafe on site.

2,0 CheekyLondon. London 13/07/2017
Very disappointing.

Visited this area last year and stayed at the cheaper La Fuente spa just round the corner from this spa. Decided to book for Leana for this year as is seemed more upmarket - couldn't be further from the truth. The public rooms in the hotel Balneario are beautiful; historical and very grand. The truth behind closed doors is that the bedrooms are run down and dusty, with a cheap shower and beds that have plastic hospital like covers on the mattresses. The restaurant had to be experienced to be believed - one night I was offered cheese and ham fritters as a main course! Stewed vegetables and luke warm consommé were also on offer. We didn't like the dessert so asked for Creme Caramel but this was awful too. The prawns and fish steak were ok. The water in the two outdoor pools were in complete contrast - one being too hot to get in and the other a little cold (in La Fuente Spa the pool water temperature is perfect at 36 degrees). The pool area itself is shabby and run down and the cafe area unappealing with a poor selection of snacks. The outside jacuzzi is abandoned with dirty water and overgrown grass around it. The 90 minute thermal circuit is 3 small pools, all the same temperature with similar jets; the steam room had hardly any steam and stank; we were kept waiting for 15 minutes at the beginning of the circuit with no explanation - to be honest we couldn't wait to get out! The inclusive treatments of a 20 minute massage and 20 minute parafango were performed grudgingly. The breakfast consisted of a roll with cheap jam, a piece of cheap ham and cheese; I asked the waiter for a yoghurt and piece of fruit and this was grudgingly brought to me. When we checked out we were not asked if we had enjoyed our stay. The cafe teatro and outside terrace are very pleasant and the waiters in this area are helpful. The place has a run down appearance and most of the staff appear to be demotivated. The whole place could do with some investment and staff training to bring it into the 21st century. Would not recommend going here.

2,0 Sweetpea1964. Madrid, Spain 18/02/2017
Very disappointing hotel experience

It was definitely an experience spending a weekend at the Baños de Fortuna. On the positive side, the hot water pools are relaxing, the buildings are beautiful; the atmosphere in the small village is charming but curious. The hot springs were discovered in Roman times, the spa village developed in the 1860's, then after decades of abandonment, redeveloped towards the end of last century. I'd just recommend visiting for a day, enjoying the hot pools, possibly also the Roman spa; and definitely not staying over at the hotel. The hotel was more expensive than our usual budget for hotels in Spain, but it was a special weekend, so we decided to treat ourselves. The reviews we'd read of the hotel were mixed, despite this our expectations were high. They were not met, this hotel and what they are offering does not come near to standards we've found in other spa hotels/resorts in Europe. We queued at reception to check in. There were always queues at reception. Everything seemed to take the sole receptionist so long. If the phone rang that took precedence over guests waiting at the hotel, and these phone calls were so lengthy. Only the man at reception on our first evening could speak some English, so be warned if you know no Spanish. Most guests at this hotel are older Spanish people. They don't seem to want to appeal to a more international, upmarket clientele. The hotel has always been owned by the same aristocratic family, and I suppose if they keep getting guests, they won't be wanting to change what is being offered. The outside and inside public areas of the hotel are beautifully restored and maintained. Our room was clean, but fairly plain in decor and simple in comfort. The safe was locked. We went down to see the man at reception who said he couldn't open it, but someone could tomorrow. It was never opened for us. Nor was our room cleaned. We were in our room most of the morning, leaving at midday for our spa appointment. We put the tag on the door asking them to clean it. We returned early evening to find the tag turned the other way, and the room not cleaned. We were unable to explain the situation to the receptionist who only spoke Spanish. We booked a thermal baths session with hotel reception. We went down to the hotel basement for it, to be told we needed swimming caps. They were not available at the spa, I had to go upstairs and queue again at reception and pay €3.50 for each one, having already paid for a spa session when they didn't tell us we needed to pay extra for a cap. The Roman thermal baths were a very pleasant experience. I'm glad we didn't book a treatment as the rows of rooms looked old, clinical and scary; not spa comfort and luxury. On arrival we were shown the water jugs and fruit platter to consume between pools. The fruit was tinned. This brings me on to the exceptionally poor standard of the food in the dining room. Breakfast was included in the room rate. In a beautiful dining room we were served to our table a white bread roll, a square slice of processed ham and cheese, a cake in plastic wrapping, fruit juice from Don Simon cartons, and strong coffee. It was the same on both days. My partner asked for an egg, we were told it would be extra. We had the set dinner in the hotel's dining room one night. It started with what could only be a dry packet vegetable soup, the prawns and swordfish were good, we finished with tinned fruit. We were shocked how poor the standard of food was in an area were fruit grows on the trees nearby; and in a spa where we would expect healthy eating should be promoted. We ate one night at the nearby Cafe Theatre. This was much better, and was a good place to relax to have a drink. The hotel had no bar, just a sign that you could buy some drinks at reception to take to your room. The outside hot pools were lovely, we wish we'd saved our money and just done a day trip to enjoy them!

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