Hotels in Torremolinos

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From humble beginnings as a small coastal village known for its water mills and towers (hence the name), Torremolinos has developed into one of Spain’s most attractive and diverse holiday destinations. With great restaurants and bars and clean sandy beaches, there is something for everyone in this lively Costa del Sol resort.

Finding accommodation that you can afford in Torremolinos is a simple and stress free task with Destinia, and there are options that will suit all ages and budgets.

Neighbourhoods of Torremolinos

Torremolinos consists of a number of districts:

  • Paseo Maritomo: This is the long and popular seafront, filled with seafood restaurants, gifts shops, and wonderful coastal views.
  • Arroyo De La Miel: This is an area that is tailor-made for tourists, containing the Tivoli World theme park and cable cars that go up Mount Calmorro.
  • Torrequebrada: This is a district to visit if you are interested in some of the country’s best golf courses and it’s also home to a beautiful casino..
  • Benalmadena: This is one of the most beloved stretches of coastline in the area, filled with a vast array of shops and eateries, as well as the Sea Life Centre.

What to see and do in Torremolinos

Some of the most popular attractions in Torremolinos include the award winning Aqualand water park and surf beach, the beautiful Molino de Inca botanical gardens, and the fun Crocodile Park where visitors can get up close and personal with the amazing animals.

What to eat in Torremolinos

Just like most large towns in Spain, Torremolinos has plenty of signature dishes to sample, including churros with chocolate dipping sauce, seafood paella made with the freshest ingredients, and the vast array of tapas that can be found in the many beach bars known as chiringuitos.

Typical events and festivals in Torremolinos

Local events in Torremolinos not to be missed include the Carnival in February, the Virgen del Carmen in July, and the Day of the Tourist in September which is a free event during which the town hall organises a huge paella to be cooked in the square.

How to move around in Torremolinos

There is fast, cheap and comfortable public transport throughout the town and beyond with good connections to other Costa del Sol towns, with bus travel in particular being popular and efficient.

The climate in Torremolinos

You can expect to enjoy a warm and pleasant holiday no matter when you visit Torremolinos. The region’s hottest month is August, with their mildest month being January.

More interesting facts about and sights in Torremolinos

It is generally thought that the Romans were responsible for founding Torremolinos and, up to the late 1700s, it didn’t have a population larger than 100 people.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Torremolinos

The most centrally located hotels in Torremolinos with the best ratings are: Hotel Isabel, Essence Hotel Boutique By Don Paquito and Hotel Cabello.

If you're bringing a vehicle, we recommend that you book a hotel with parking in Torremolinos, like Hotel La Luna Blanca, Hotel Melia Costa Del Sol or Medplaya Hotel Pez Espada.

If you need a hotel with disabled access in Torremolinos, we recommend Hotel Isabel, Essence Hotel Boutique By Don Paquito and Hotel Tarik.

If you want to save time, the hotels in Torremolinos with express check-in and check-out are Hotel El Pozo, Hotel Moon Dreams Torremolinos and Center & White Town Apartment.

Some of the options for hotels with non-smoking rooms in Torremolinos are Hotel La Luna Blanca, Hotel Isabel and Hotel Riu Nautilus Adults Only.

In Torremolinos, Hotel Isabel, Hotel Riu Nautilus Adults Only and Essence Hotel Boutique By Don Paquito offer 24-hour front desk service.

The following hotels in Torremolinos have luggage storage: Hotel La Luna Blanca, Hotel Isabel and Essence Hotel Boutique By Don Paquito.