Came at the start of July with a friend and it was a lovely place to relax but also with many options to do other things! All of the staff were very friendly and we're happy to help with any enquiries! There was different entertainment each night and there was always a friendly atmosphere. Overall I really enjoyed my stay and I will definitely be going back again!
I chose this hotel as my husband was unable to accompany me and would be on my own. It was ideal as the quieter pool was on the other side of the hotel from the main pool and was really intended for adults only and quiet and a good size to swim in. The hotel advertised good entertainment at night, which didn't disappoint, so I knew I had something to occupy me in the evening. I went half-board and the meal times were very flexible to suit every need. There was enough choice at breakfast and dinner which was always carefully monitored by the catering staff. Nearby were plenty of cafes and eating places for lunch and a well stocked supermarket at the end of the hotel drive. I was very impressed with the organisation in the hotel, in the dining room and main areas. I was on the 9th floor and there were 3 lifts, which was never a long wait to get one.
Once again I had a lovely stay at the Sol Don Marco.
The Don Marco makes you feel relaxed as soon as you walk into the hotel foyer.
the unrushed ambience of the hotel compaired to most of the local hotels, puts you in a refreshing holiday mood!
Meals we had were on a half board basis (breakfast/evening dinner) or you could swap evening dinner for lunch instead.
A 10 minute walk takes you to the winding walk full of cafe's shops and bars up to the main part of the town
which is San Miguel Street.Giving you time for a well earned ' Small beer! ' (large beers warm up too quickly!!)
from the front of the Don Marco the famous clean beach is 20 paces away!!
along the seafront for miles are the 'Chiringito restaurants' which sell freshly caught seafood of all types.
Sardines on a wood skewer dipped in rock salt and cooked next to a glowing wood log are to die for !!!
if you need any help or information then the you need to talk to 'Ana' on reception!!
She was so helpful to any questions that we asked her!
she was just 'Lovely'
Traveller from London
The hotel has a big room for buffet breakfast, Cafeteria, Pool Bar, Playing Cards Room, Swimming Pool, Gym (free of …More
Hotel surrounded by high rise residential properties. I should imagine the pool area would be shade even at the height of Summer. Difficult to find parking even in January, hotel parking (self parking) at 13€ per day plus 20€ deposit for the key. Breakfast - Machine coffee and artificial orange juice. Overall a pleasant stay but I think the hotel star rating should be 3 stars.
There is more than meets the stereotype to this Anglo-centric seaside resort. While most of Torremolinos is a brash high-rise heaven for fun-loving Brits, the low-rise western part is patronised by the Spanish and has a very different character. Soft golden sands stretch either side of town and there is a huge choice of entertainments by day and night. Aquapark is a white-knuckle water world; Tivoli World is the region’s major theme park.