Hotel Sol Principe

Address: Paseo Colorado 26, Torremolinos, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29620, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Paseo Colorado 26, Torremolinos, is near Calle San Miguel, Playa La Carihuela, Playa El Bajondillo, and Playa Los Alamos / El Canuelo.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Sol Principe Torremolinos

    Sol Exellent

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    Torremolinos, Costa Del Sol, Spain. Hotel Sol Principe go there if you wish to have an excellent time. The staff from top to bottom are very friendly & helpful. I can't praise the hotel enough.Cant wait to go back there again. Philip Gorman.

    Hotel Principe sol we love you!

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    The best holidays ever....So we return year after year. The personal service is unique and the management of the hotel is exceptional.

    Loved the Sol Principe

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    This will be our 5th year at this complex. It has spoiled us fo every other hotel in Spain. Facilities are great and the teenagers love it.

    Loved this place!

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    My husband and have just returned from a two-week stay at the Sol Principe. This hotel can only be rated as "excellent". The staff were always helpful and cheerful, the rooms (we were on the 8th floor with a sea view from our balcony) were first class and spotlessly clean, the food was good, the lush grounds and gardens provided a very pleasant and relaxing atmosphere. This hotel is one of the best we have ever stayed in and is great value for money. We hope to return for a follow-up visit next year.

    Fantastic

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    We stayed in this hotel in 2001. The hotel was fantastic. The food was really good and there was plenty of choice. And the beach was just across the street! The hotel was very clean. We would definitely stay here again.

    My Favourite Spanish Hotel

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    My wife and I have used this hotel several times and will be returning again in May. We have tried other Sol hotels but none are anywhere near as good as this. The staff in all departments are excellent as is the food and general appearance. We have been in 4* hotels which aren't as good as this one.

    Best hol ever

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    the best complex i have ever been in. the staff and entertainment crew were excellent. been there 4 years in a row, wouldnt go anywhere else. accomidation spotless and comfortable, location brilliant, lots of pubs in otwn short distance away but none of the noise!

    Best ever

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    What a fantastic hotel, I have never stayed anywhere like it, having gone to Spain for Xmas and staying in another Hotel it did not compare at all.......have already booked for this year!!!!!!!!

    Fantastic holiday ever

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    We have been going to the principe hotel for the last 6 years and it is still the best holiday that we will ever have, a little expensive but worth the money ever time. Entertainment crew very friendly and remember us every time we go there.First class.

    Brilliant

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    i went with my mum brothers and grandparents. it was the best holiday i have ever been on and it is all thanks to sol principe. it is in an amazing area with the beach right outside. i loved it so so much i cannot wait to go again next summer. it is certainly recommended by me so if you get a chance to go on holiday, go to Torremolinos and stay in the best and most well presented hotel sol principe. if you follow my instructions, you really will have the best holiday you have had so far.

    thank-you sol principe for giving me such a fantastic time and for being so welcoming!

    (the pools were really nice too. especially as you had a choice of which one to go to different days.)

    p.s. the only thing is you have to get up early to reserve your beds on the poolside or else you would have nowhere to sit or relax)

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sol Principe Torremolinos

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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