Our April visit to this hotel was our third in 7 years. It's really a classic hotel built in the early years of Torremolinos's development, but none the worse for it. Some would say it's a hotel with a bit of history and character about it. As always, the staff were efficient and friendly, the meals good, from a well run buffet restaurant. It's obvious that although the hotel is starting to look a little weary, it is given a lot of TLC by a caring staff. It is well located adjacent to the promenade, with liitle in the way of traffic noise. Most residents were mature couples, including some Spanish visitors. Go for a garden view room, which have good sized balconies and a pleasant view of the sea and promenade. We were told that the balconies on the other side were quite small. The room was well appointed and clean. There's a medium sized supermarket 200 yards away, close by bus stops which take you to Malaga, Fuengirola etc.