I spent only one night there but I loved it, it was beautiful and peaceful. I loved it's India/bohemian type of character and the staff were very nice and helpful. The room was modern, simple and clean. The shuttle to the airport was a big help.
Great hotel next to the beach but the smell from the drains was disgusting. We did tell the staff and they said they were trying to sort it, we had to buy air freshener to spray before we could go in the bathroom.
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.