This is its trump card. You are steps away from the mega yachts, beaches and clubs. You’ll find designer boutiques, El Corte Inglés (department store) and high street brands on your doorstep.
Sleeping up to three people, the studios have a small kitchenette and are of a decent size, but they’re begging to be refurbished. The zig-zag patterned sofas, curtains and bed-spreads are surely 1980s' originals? Don’t accept a ground floor studio if you can help it as they get noisy when the clubs empty, as I found out to my cost.
The grounds are well-maintained and the pool area is always spotlessly clean, but like most of the hotel, it seems dated. The pool gets busy as the hotel caters for large groups, including stag and hen parties.
Eating and drinking
Some guests make meals in their studios and shop at the supermarkets opposite the hotel, but I’d recommend you try the restaurants and cafés – you’ll be spoilt for choice.
A medium-sized pool, a separate children’s pool, and a flood-lit tennis court.
Some of the hardest-working and friendliest staff I’ve come across.
Who stays there
Golf, stag and hen parties. It’s also a popular hotel with those who’ve just finished exams.
Great value for money, considering the location, and you won’t need to spend a fortune on food or taxis either - if you eat in and stay in and around Puerto Banús.
- High-Speed Internet
- Swimming Pool
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Stag / hen parties
- Live entertainment
Pros & Cons
- Party atmosphere
- Central location
- Can be noisy