Very large suite of two bedrooms and two bathrooms and large living area with two balconies was extremely comfortable for our family with two teenage girls. The AC was a very welcome retreat from the heat of the Malaga area. Pool and pool bar were very good and staff were very friendly. Buffet dinner was economical. Kitchen facilities were perfect for breakfast and lunch. Maybe not enough to prepare a full dinner. You need a car to enjoy outside of the hotel. Mijas pueblo (village) very pretty. Marbella, malaga, and beaches all within 30 min drive. One note of caution - be careful in hotel car park. the door closes automatically after 20s irrespective of whether you are mid way through the door or not!
Traveller from Ireland/Massachusetts
In the heart of the Mijas Golf estate, the Hotel Eurostars Mijas has 105 luxury suites, ranging from 60 to 156 m2. Each suite …More
The hotel although comfortable could do with updating and modernising. I would imagine that when first built it had a 4 star rating, but sadly nothing seems to have been done since! The bed linen barely fitted the beds/pillows and the towels were rather thin. The food was OK.
We had a wonderful time at this hotel, the pool was fantastic and the hotel itself was very picturesque and the rooms were clean.
The location wasn't great as you couldn't walk anywhere however there was a bus stop right outside the hotel and it was only 1.55E each to go up to Mijas which was around 10 mins away.
The evening meal was fairly awful as it was a help yourself buffet and the food wasn't very nice, however the food and drink from the bar was lovely.
Lovely place. Rooms clean and immaculate, reception staff very helpful always. Only downside - it is a very BIG place and sometimes mealtimes felt like a battle with the hundreds of other guests! Especially boring the long queues to get tea and coffee from the machines - not enough of them. Also when the hotel had a block booking you would find that half the tables in the dining room had been reserved and it was difficult to find a table.
One final thing - not the fault of the hotel - none of the available tours would pick people up in Mijas - you had to travel into Fuengirola. Abslutely ludicrous considering the number of tourists in Mijas
Traveller from London
The luxurious TRH Mijas Hotel is located in the foothills of Sierra de Mijas, surrounded by pines and palm trees, at 400 …More
Great location a few mins walk to beach/shops etc.
Large pool area.
Hopelessly understaffed, meaning long waits to check in/out & buy food/drinks from pool bar.
Poor air con (which we lost for 1.5 days apparently due to a nearby fun fair "tapping into" the hotels electric - something which also meant the free wifi was down for several days.
A really nice hotel which styles itself as a boutique resort but simply doesn't have the staff/facilities/interest on being anything more than a basic hotel experience. It could be so much more as its spacious enough to make the most of its many terraces, reception & bar areas but with only a skeletal staff on duty at all times, it misses the opportunity.
It will impress initially & overall my partner & I enjoyed it but not without difficulties & we won't be staying here again for our next trip to Mijas sadly.
"Apartment was excellent, everything you could wish"
We had a wonderful stay at the Los Amigos Beach Club, apartment was brilliant all you needed for a self catering stay, and yet all amenities available on your door step. The staff were lovely, all of them friendly and helpful. The restaurant and standard of food was faultless, anyone who should, or could, say any different need their head tested. You had entertainment most evenings, but after 12.00am it was lovely and quite. Across the road was the glorious beach beds and brollies a good price, around 9-12 euros for the day, they also serve some lovely tapas, and fish to enjoy looking at the sea. Although the place was extremely busy, being August that's expected, the beds around the pool were in abundance. I would most definitely return again, in fact I have already looked at dates for next year as soon as I got home.
Filled with cobblestone streets and hillside architecture, Mijas is a quintessential Andalucian village. Visitors can catch a donkey-taxi at the central plaza to get around town, but must travel by foot, through winding, narrow stairways, to reach the high points of the city. During the high-season, coastal residence head to Mijas to join international travelers for tours of monuments and churches.
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