Very large suite of two bedrooms and two bathrooms and large living area with two balconies was extremely comfortable for our family with two teenage girls. The AC was a very welcome retreat from the heat of the Malaga area. Pool and pool bar were very good and staff were very friendly. Buffet dinner was economical. Kitchen facilities were perfect for breakfast and lunch. Maybe not enough to prepare a full dinner. You need a car to enjoy outside of the hotel. Mijas pueblo (village) very pretty. Marbella, malaga, and beaches all within 30 min drive. One note of caution - be careful in hotel car park. the door closes automatically after 20s irrespective of whether you are mid way through the door or not!
Traveller from Ireland/Massachusetts
In the heart of the Mijas Golf estate, the Hotel Eurostars Mijas has 105 luxury suites, ranging from 60 to 156 m2. Each suite …More
Lovely apart-hotel / well maintained / clean and tidy / excellent apartments / polite and efficient staff.
Gardens / landscaping with waterfalls are lovely. Pool good size.
Restaurant and terrace good. Food slightly above average.
Beach - unspoilt / not too busy. Beach bar 'Luna Bar' - perfect for sardines and sangria.
Supermarket x2 - only 5 minutes walk.
Walk along beach approx 15 minutes to little port for bars and restaurants.
All in all a lovely apart-hotel.
Great location a few mins walk to beach/shops etc.
Large pool area.
Hopelessly understaffed, meaning long waits to check in/out & buy food/drinks from pool bar.
Poor air con (which we lost for 1.5 days apparently due to a nearby fun fair "tapping into" the hotels electric - something which also meant the free wifi was down for several days.
A really nice hotel which styles itself as a boutique resort but simply doesn't have the staff/facilities/interest on being anything more than a basic hotel experience. It could be so much more as its spacious enough to make the most of its many terraces, reception & bar areas but with only a skeletal staff on duty at all times, it misses the opportunity.
It will impress initially & overall my partner & I enjoyed it but not without difficulties & we won't be staying here again for our next trip to Mijas sadly.
We were allocated to Club Calahonda on arrival and we were really pleased. It's quieter that it's sister resort Club Marbella. We had a huge two bedroom apartment which overlooked the smaller pool with a full kitchen and maid service twice a week. We were close to the beach and shops (there's a fantastic Mercadona supermarket about 5 mins away and a McDonald's if you're desperate for a take away!) and we were about a 10 min walk to the "Strip" where the restaurants and bars are located. The only draw back is that the restaurant at Club Calahonda is only open in the evening and it wasn't especially good, but there's plenty of choice elsewhere, and there are very few activities or entertainment on site but you can go to Club Marbella (about a 5 min walk away) which has a full programme of activities and entertainment. Be aware, this is a timeshare resort and you will get a call from the local RCI rep who is lovely and they do have some fantastic holiday opportunities if you're interested
The room was OK, with enough space for the 5 of us. Clean, with basic appliances in good condition (except the stove… it took 30 minutes to get it warm enough to cook some eggs!). Pools were good and we were lucky since the place wasn't as busy -so my kinds enjoyed them!
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.