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All reviews pool area half board sea view security gate courtesy room standard room carihuela beach per day dining room bed and breakfast basis reception staff very clean hotel location is excellent plenty of choice beach front lots of shops breakfast and dinner
Just had 12 nights in this hotel half board and we had a fantastic holiday with the hotel being in such a great location in the Carihuela area right on the promenade and beach and the hotel is spotless with lots of old Spanish character....More
We have just returned from having spent 4 nights here, and both of us agree it’s a great place to stay, it’s perfectly located with access direct onto the promenade, the staff are very friendly and professional, the hotel is spotlessly clean including the grounds...More
First impression of hotel entrance was quite grand, but room was disappointing and very dated. No kettle or tea/coffee making facilities in room. We booked a double but were given a twin, when we requested another room we were told only 20% of rooms were...More
second stay at the amaragua. did bed and breakfast as there are lots of places nearby
to eat..The hotel location is great, within yards of the beach. Stayed in room 111 very nice room very clean. bathroom ok , shower over the bath which involved...More
Just returned from this hotel. Went there a few years ago and it was lovely. Not so now. When you walk in it's like a marble palace. Then we were allocated our room. We had booked a standard room and when we walked in we...More
A superior 4 star Hotel where the functional distribution of its spaces, with the sea as its protagonist, the decoration, with its strong personality, have all come together to give you an elegant, classical and functional Mediterranean Hotel. Located on the seafront, MS Amaragua looks out directly on to the Mediterranean and the pedestrian promenade of the traditional, infamous neighbourhood of the Carihuela, where the cultural cuisine of Pescaito frito (little fried fish) reaches its maximum expression. Only a couple of minutes walk away is the famous Benalmádena Marina, Puerto Marina. We have 275 rooms; of these 2 are luxury suites, 8 suites, 6 junior suites and 12 superior doubles. Restaurant, snack bar, swimming pool, lobby bar, conference and conventions halls, parking with 217 spaces, big outside swimming pool for adults and children, ample sun terrace, beach with direct access from the Hotel and the spa & fitness centre. 24 hour reception, press, left luggage, bellboy, room service, laundry service and rental service of bicycles, cars and motorbikes. CATERING To start the day, the Hotels restaurant, offers a complete and varied breakfast buffet with panoramic views of the Mediterranean . Enjoy the luminosity and relaxation at the swimming pool Bar La Ola, where Mediterranean cooking fuses with local cuisine and the after dinner drinks at sunset.Mens sana in corpore sano in the Health and Beauty Centre (SPA & Beauty Farm) the Hotel has at your service. The Hotel has on offer for its clients, an indoor climate controlled swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, Turkish bath, gym, massages and an ample array of aesthetic treatments.
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Business Centre with Internet Access
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Business, Classic, Bay View, Safe
Suites, Non-Smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
Number of rooms
USD 56 - USD 182 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Formerly known as
Also Known As
amaragua hotel torremolinos
SpainAndaluciaProvince of MalagaCosta del SolTorremolinos
My daughter is a vegetarian and it wasn’t easy to tell whether dishes contained any meat, particularly local dishes which were labelled but only with the local name and not ingredients. I also didn’t notice a gluten free... More
My daughter is a vegetarian and it wasn’t easy to tell whether dishes contained any meat, particularly local dishes which were labelled but only with the local name and not ingredients. I also didn’t notice a gluten free area when I was there but we weren’t looking for it so maybe there was one hidden away somewhere!