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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Amaragua Torremolinos
Loved indoor spa/pool
Stayed in Amaragua with my 17 year old daughter. at different times - July and October. We praised it so much my sister came with us the second time. Excellent hotel and facilities. Beside beachfront walk, a street of local shops, restaurants etc but still quiet at night. As females we felt very safe both in hotel and surrounding area. I'm fussy - but this hotel was definitely 4* - really enjoyed indoor pool, gym & spa, free of charge.
June 2004 - We stayed here for 5 nights and we couldn't fault the hotel at all. We went half board and the food was good, although I agree with another review that is was warm rather than hot.
The hotel was very relaxing and luxurious and had a nice mix of nationalities staying there. It wasn't cheap but the price reflected the quality.
I would recommend the Amaragua to anyone wanting a relaxing break in the sun.
A Holiday To Remember
June 2004 we spent two weeks at the Amaragua and found the hotel
and all the staff treated you so special and is hard to pick out any
one item that was not great. But our special thanks must go to
the poolside bar staff especially Tomas the chef for his taste of
spain tapas. These little things make the difference from a good
holiday and a great holiday. The location of the hotel is ideal for
familes or senior citizens with easy access to the poolside or the
beach. I will certainly be trying to rebook for 2005.
We spent 2 weeks at the Hotel Amaragua in Oct 2001 (our honeymoon). It is an absolutely fabulous place, and we would highly recommend it to anyone.
Would definitely stay here again
Just back from a short break to Torremolinos. Choose to stay at the Armargua based on the reviews it got on this site. We were not disappointed, it is a very clean, spacious hotel with very helpful and friendly staff.
It has an ideal location for the beach, and is in our opinion in one of the nicest areas of the resort.
Food was very good, buffet style, great range of foods for both breakfast and dinner, we stayed on a half board basis.
The only improvement I would make is to have a microwave available in the restaurant as due to buffet style meals the food tended to be warm rather than hot.
There was no entertainment in the hotel, if you are looking for a hotel which will provide a relaxing and peaceful atomsphere look no further.
Great Hotel out of the town
My family (wife and 3 children ages 7,5 &2) stayed for 7 nights at this hotel in July/Aug 04. Food, facilities, staff, pool areas and general run of the hotel are very high quality. They even have a PC in the lobby for all you computer geeks out there who must read/send email every day.
If you are on your own or with a partner and want to spend your days reading / sleeping and enjoying the tranquil surroundings then book now. We found the hotel offered nothing to help us keep the kids occupied so those hoping for kids clubs or day time activities be warned. Even a pool table or some table tennis would have been ideal but alas... there was none.
The evening entertainment at poolside was limited. We heard frequent sedate keyboard playing and couples either singing Spanish ditties or stamping out a flamenco dance. Not my cup of tea but I'm sure some will find it the perfect way to spend a romantic evening.
We opted for bed and b/fast so ate out every night. The beach front bars/restaurants were varied in quality however as a suggested good start on the first night or so then give Antonio's a try (left turn out of the hotel gates onto the promenade).
For a better variety of places to eat/drink/entertainment and of course the necessary retail therapy you need to take a taxi (5 euros) up into town. Start at San Miguel Street and work from there.
First Class Hotel
My husband and I will be going back to this hotel in September this year for the third time since April 2002. This hotel is fabulous. I cannot fault anything about it. The staff are friendly and always available when needed, the food is delicious and the interior and exterior is immaculate in every area. It is situated in a great location - practically on the beech (just a narrow promenade separating it). This is the best hotel we have stayed in and shall keep returning. You won't be disappointed.
Just been to the Hotel Amaragua for thr 4th time and it just gets better The food is excellent, the cleanliness of the Hotel is spot on and the staff are the most friendly we have ever come across and we've been staying in costa del sol since 1982. The service you get in the hotel in general is excellent. I wouldn't stay in any other Hotel now that I have found the Amaragua. Julie
My favourite holiday destination
I absolutely adore this hotel and everything about it. Wonderful people, wonderful food and wonderful weather. I'm about to leave for the Amaragua tomorrow for the second time this year. Its definitely a place you will want to revisit again and again.
First Class Hotel
Stayed at this 4* hotel June, 2002. Hotel right on the beach. The interior was marble with plenty of comfortable seating the the reception area. Very roomy and airy. Staff were very pleasant indeed.
Rooms were more than comfortable with air conditioning. The bathrooms had a full suite plus telephone and hairdryer ( which worked !!).
Dining room was upstairs with a view over the beach. you could either use the stairs or the escalater. Also available is a lift. Food was glorious, with a carvery section. pool and surrounding area very clean with childrens seperate splash pool. Lovely garden area with sunbeds, towels were available. Barside snacks next to the pool were more than tasty. Good selection of food and well cooked. Rear access to Carhuelia Beach and a small promenade. There is a hairdresser on site a sauna and jacuzzi, with indoor swimming pool with massage available. The overall holiday was one to remember, with helpful, cheerful staff in beautiful surroundings. Try the local fish barbecued right on the beach, lovely!
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