Lovely place. Rooms clean and immaculate, reception staff very helpful always. Only downside - it is a very BIG place and sometimes mealtimes felt like a battle with the hundreds of other guests! Especially boring the long queues to get tea and coffee from the machines - not enough of them. Also when the hotel had a block booking you would find that half the tables in the dining room had been reserved and it was difficult to find a table.
One final thing - not the fault of the hotel - none of the available tours would pick people up in Mijas - you had to travel into Fuengirola. Abslutely ludicrous considering the number of tourists in Mijas
Traveller from London
The luxurious TRH Mijas Hotel is located in the foothills of Sierra de Mijas, surrounded by pines and palm trees, at 400 …More
The hotel although comfortable could do with updating and modernising. I would imagine that when first built it had a 4 star rating, but sadly nothing seems to have been done since! The bed linen barely fitted the beds/pillows and the towels were rather thin. The food was OK.
This is a lovely hotel, well decorated. The staff were really nice and helpful.
The room was adequate, we knew we were only staying there one night to be nearer Malaga airport, and had paid a bargain price. So that was fine.
We purchased the buffet dinner, this was very good value for the price and a lot of choice, as was breakfast.
The outside swimming pool was still open, and the weather hot so had a swim, lovely large pool.
The only criticism was that there was too much typing on the computer whenever you hired a towel, or purchased dinner. This should be a simple procedure and not take so long!
Liked the room and location. there is a row of shops restaurants and bars just around the and a car park opposite. Didn't think much of the on site café so didn't use it or the bar. Nice swimming pool. We were searching for apartments to buy and this was a great location as a base. The beach is within reasonable walking distance but the beach is quiet and non commercial. Getting on and off the A7 is a nightmare (no slip road) The staff were very friendly and very helpful. If they have an apartment for sale I will seriously consider buying it.
two disadavantages to this otherwise lovely apartment-firstly unless you want to sit by the pool everyday there is nowhere to visit within walking distance(apart from small shop and restaurant) - car essential, and secondly no air-con
lovely clean gfood sized twin bathroomed apartment with well maintained good size and fairly quiet pool
Filled with cobblestone streets and hillside architecture, Mijas is a quintessential Andalucian village. Visitors can catch a donkey-taxi at the central plaza to get around town, but must travel by foot, through winding, narrow stairways, to reach the high points of the city. During the high-season, coastal residence head to Mijas to join international travelers for tours of monuments and churches.