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All reviewsnice view from the balconyacross the roadfrench guestsquiet pooltorremolinos centreall inclusive optionpool bartrain stationmin walka wonderful holidaylovely roomout of seasonsaladbooked this hotelreception arealospools
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Reviewed September 14, 2010

if you are british do not go to this hotel it caters for mostly french spanish &german we went self catering it was aulful ther was nothing to cook with only a hotplat we did not enjoy our stay the entertanment you could not understnd none was in english would never go back

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank ayresportsmouth
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Reviewed September 13, 2010

room was rather small nearly on top of kitchen could hear all the plates and cutlery being moved or thrown around our room was no.135 we went all inclusive nothing to eat after breakfast lunch or supper no in betweens.plenty to drink if you want to become an achoholic.we stayed for four days .

  • Stayed: September 2010, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank arturoGibraltar
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Reviewed August 22, 2010

We spent one week in early August. The hotel is almost 4 star (even though they look like not very decided whether is 3 or 4 though - I can't believe the room is 4 star but the bathroom 3 as marked ;-).
However, if you travel by car as we did willing to visit a bit of Spain, be aware that there is no parking. So you'll leave your car on the streets. We had no problem whatsoever, but it was not the most comfortable feeling, as in that part of Torremolinos you hardly see any non-Spanish license plate.
The food at all inclusive was terrible - we had very limited options, every day the same, and the quality was very far below what we expected from a 4-star all inclusive package. This is one of the lessons learned, we'll skip "all inclusive" in the future to allow us some variation.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled with family
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1  Thank zavill
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Reviewed August 13, 2010

Just returned from a 10 day stay at the Camino Real. I travelled with a group of 10 people including a baby, a 3 year old and a 5 year old. I used to be a travel agent for 13 years so am very fussy about my accomodation and have stayed at some top-class hotels in my time. We stayed in a 1 bed apartment on a sc basis. When we arrived at the hotel we upgraded to all inclusive for 20euro per adult and my 5 year old was €10 and they let my 3 year old eat for free! (per day rates) This was exceptional value considering the buffett dinner costs 15euro alone! That meant as a family of 4 we ate for €50 per day! Bfreakfast was a full buffett with excellent pasteries, lunch was great -plenty of seafood and salads, dinner was also buffett with an extensive selection - our children particulary loved the desserts on offer! Also included in our all inclusive rate was wine with dinner, beer and at the pool bar/entertainment area we drank local wine, beer, local spirits and soft drinks and non-alcoholic cocktails for thekids! Ice-cream and cakes, ice-pops and nuts were also included most of the day. I have to say I could not fault the food or service we received and still cant believe it was such good value!!!
The hotel is out of the centre but we relished this as Torremolinos centre was just way too busy for us with thousands of people in the square every night. We did eat out one out one of the night and it is also very cheap if you decide to self-cater. You can walk to a selection o0f shops in 8 mins from the hotel but the best option is just to hop on the bus which stops at the hotel gate and costs €1 into the center and sometimes we walked back in the evening which took about 25 mins but was a lovely stroll along the prom with loads of market stalls and restaurants along the way. The beach is also just across the road from the hotel.
The apartments are basic but very clean and we asked for one on the ground floor. They were in immaculate grounds and was so andy not to have to get lifts everywhere. The free-form pool was beautiful and our kids lived in it during our stay. I totally relaxed as the pool had a large sloping area into it and the kids just basked there all day long and it was only ankle deep so NO fear of them falling in.
Overall, I would totally recommend the Camino real and will go back next year as it was such an easy holiday.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled with family
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2  Thank hughesfamily30
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Reviewed August 8, 2010

This is largely a hotel for Spanish and french tourists. We were one of very few Irish families at the hotel, which was a welcome break to be honest. But bring an English Spanish dictionary (staff all have good English, but I believe you should learn some of the language, don't be ignorant). Great pool. Bar staff friendly. All round great hotel. We were only family that weren't all inclusive because we like to vary our dinners. We ate in the hotel buffet one night and it was ok. Above average but not amazing. I recommend the beach cafe across the road from pool entrance "la moraga" for lunch/dinner and particularly "la forchella" Italian restaurant further down the strand (away from airport). Evening entertainment is typical banal holiday type, but ok if you like karaoke, magician, bird shows, acrobatics, flamenco dancing etc.

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1  Thank Egildea
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