Mid-Range hotels in Torremolinos, Spain
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Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Aug 23, 2012
I stayed at Royal Costa for two nights before the rest of my friends arrived. It was easily reachable from Malaga Airport with the train (C1 from "Aeropuerto" to "Los Álamos", direction "Fuengirola"; 5 min., € 1,60) I am an orienteerer, so I had planned to do some trail running, regular running and touring biking, but unfortunately the staff didn't know anything about this except that the he could tell me that the "locals" ran along the beach in the evening. Hence I spent the first night running to Torremolinos along the beach and into the city centre to find the tourist information (only open 9:30-13-ish). Very nice along the beach and a lot of other runners at different paces. I was quite pleased with the room itself: Decent view, good bathroom and standard equipped. The A/C was too cold, so I had to switch it off every now and then. The TV was very good as it had a lot of connection possibilities (eg. HDMI and USB). As a runner you would need sufficient nutrition of some sort in order to perform. The hotel could not meet that AT ALL. I only ate breakfast and dinner at the hotel, but both meals were horribly bad: Fat, greasy, non-local and a lot of quick carbs. It wasn't possible the eat anything satiating at the breakfast. I wouldn't recommend this hotel for an all-inclusive stay, as the food will ruin the experience if you would want to eat anything else than fries, sausages and ice cream!
"La Barracuda good location"
Reviewed by matthew pe of "NY" on
Nov 17, 2010
I booked this hotel not knowing anything about the location at all it turned out to be very nice.It was right on the beach. The neighborhood around the hotel was also nice if you do not speak spanish there is a very large English community there. The Half Moon Pub around the corner is a nice place to eat.