Gran Hotel Cervantes by Blue Sea, Torremolinos, Spain. Rates from EUR49

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Gran Hotel Cervantes by Blue Sea

Address : Las Mercedes S N, Torremolinos, 29620, Spain
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UK: +44 (0)203 564 2773EU: 00-800-97-33-42-26
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Hotel information

Rating 3.5
Based on 1449
"... A really lovely stay and we could thoroughly recommend this hotel ..."
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Gran Hotel Cervantes is a 4-star hotel located in the lively shopping area of Torremolinos, next to Calle San Miguel. This impressive, 8-storey hotel, renovated in 2007 is ideally positioned just moments away from the glorious beach.

The guestrooms of Gran Hotel Cervantes are stylishly furnished, en suite and feature a lovely balcony boasting magnificent sea or mountain views. Each room comes well equipped with a number of useful amenities such as satellite TV, Wi-Fi Internet access, direct-diaL telephone, safe. Private bathrooms include shower/tub combination, bidet, hairdryer, and complimentary toiletries. Comforts such as blackout curtains, climate control, air conditioning, Soundproofing are added to ensure a deep, restful night's sleep. For the utmost in relaxation guests can book a reviving in-room massage.

Hotel Facilities
Each morning, guests of Gran Hotel Cervantes can enjoy a free mouthwatering breakfast in the inviting buffet restaurant. During the summer, the tasty barbeques held next to the refreshing outdoor swimming pool is a welcoming aspect of eating pleasures. There is also a heated indoor pool, and an outstanding glass walled fitness centre on the hotel’s scenic rooftop, which offers stunning views of the city centre and sea. In addition, Gran Hotel Cervantes features a relaxing TV lounge, an Internet corner, a convenient poolside bar, and a vibrant coffee shop.

There is a parking garage with limited parking available on the property. Furthermore, Gran Hotel Cervantes is placed near the train station as well as the airport, making it an excellent choice for both business and leisure travellers.

Hotel facilities

Room service (limited hours) - Restaurant - Wireless Internet access - surcharge - Dry cleaning/laundry service - Bar/lounge - Self parking (surcharge) - Rooftop terrace - Poolside bar - Luggage storage - 24-hour front desk - One meeting room - Express check-in - Sauna - Beach/pool umbrellas - Concierge services - Porter/bellhop - Tours/ticket assistance - Television in lobby - Coffee shop or café - Garden

Guest reviews

Gran Hotel Cervantes by Blue Sea Traveler Rating
4 out of 5 Based on 44 ratings
Hotel Condition : 4.14
Room Cleanliness : 4.30
Hotel Service : 4.09
Room Comfort : 3.80
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jenna from Belfast,
stayed in May, 2014
Guest Score: 9 (out of 10)
I disliked:
restauarnt staff can be quite sharp.
Julie Smith from Northolt,
stayed in March, 2014
Guest Score: 9 (out of 10)
I disliked:
We booked full board plus beverages which we thought would include tea and coffee but it didnt so beware of this and go all inclusive to get everything.The parking is also very difficult,yes you can use the hotels but at 15euros a day is expensive.
jayne Ballard from Birmingham, GB
stayed in March, 2014
Guest Score: 8.5 (out of 10)
I disliked:
to be honest didnt really dislike anything the only problem was no entertainment but it is out of season and only went for five nights. My other dislike is the greed of some of the holiday makers with the food and drink it was shameful to see
Alice Rohr from Helsingør, DK
stayed in November, 2013
Guest Score: 8 (out of 10)
I disliked:
The food could have been a bit more spicy - but I think it is difficult when you have to serve meals for people from alle over the world. They have themes as mexican and italien food - but anyway :*
Anonymous from Gravesend, GB
stayed in November, 2012
Guest Score: 8 (out of 10)
I disliked:
It has lost it's really Spanish roots, it could be anywhere. It has a "Health Clinic" aura and has lost it's Spanish roots. It was a wonderful hotel in the past and on Friday nights in the past it was a wonderful experience to have so much fun there. It has totally lost the plot as far as being Spanish I'm afraid, it could be anywhere in the world. I love Spain and only visit for that reason. Viva Espana, por favor!
Kevin murphy from Nuneaton, GB
stayed in January, 2013
Guest Score: 10 (out of 10)
Pamela Condon from Sandhurst, GB
stayed in October, 2010
Guest Score: 10 (out of 10)
I disliked:
Nothing to dislike at all.