Best Torremolinos Hotels
Torremolinos HotelsThis bustling, sun bleached beach resort was made famous in the 1950s thanks to the likes of Frank Sinatra and other celebrities. Now, the golden sands are lined with pale white hotels that glint in the sun and high rises that offer sweeping views of the glittering ocean. Thanks to the fishing heritage of Torremolinos, you'll also find fresh and zesty local seafood dishes, which are well known and loved throughout Spain. The milder climate here makes any season pleasant, too. Things to seeLa Carihuela is the old fishermen’s quarter, and in addition to the beautiful, clean and golden beach here, there's also a number of great local restaurants that serve the delicious salty delights of the local cuisine, and are well worth sampling. After an indulgent lunch, you can head down to the beach itself to soak up the sun. A visit to Los Alomos beach is also recommended for sunbathers, as the beach is dotted with sun loungers, and the golden sands are large enough to accommodate even large crowds of beach goers. You can hire jet skis here too for high octane excitement. That's not all though, there's also Bajondillo Beach not far away, that in addition to the warming sands, has a great beachfront packed with shops, restaurants, and bars where you can shop, eat, and drink and watch the vivid sunsets before diving into the vibrant nightlife. Hotels in
TorremolinosAs you might expect, there's a huge range of hotels in Torremolinos to choose from, from luxurious, sprawling resorts brimming with spas, glittering transparent pools, and all the mod cons, to cheap Torremolinos hotels that offer the basics for budget prices. Either way, whether you're looking for a family friendly stay, romantic break, or even if you're lucky enough to be in the area on business, there's a vast amount of options regardless of your budget. Being such a tourist hotspot, you'll also find that the majority of hotels are near the beaches, and offer great views of the azure ocean.Where to stayFinding accommodation along the Paseo Maritimo is a good option if you want to get straight to the beach as quickly as possible, as there's lots of hotels along the seafront here, and you'll also have access to plenty of local amenities. Montemar, although a little further from the bustling beaches, has a wide selection of accommodation types, and can be useful if you want to get away from the often crowded seafront during the evenings. The area's just off Camino del Pilar, a little further into the city itself, and can be the perfect retreat for couples seeking some solitude. How to get to TorremolinosMalaga Airport is a speedy 30 minutes away by train, which regularly runs between the 2 locations, so international visitors will find the journey into Torremolinos very straightforward. Once you're in the town itself, getting around by bus is always an option, although simply walking can be the most pleasant. That said, buses are advised if you want to visit other areas in the Costa Del Sol, and are reasonably priced. Malaga itself is worth a visit, and the shopping hub of Marbella is also close enough to warrant a day trip for shopping enthusiasts seeking a break from the beach.