Taking a trip to Torremolinos? Then make sure you choose a hotel that gives you easy access to all the best bits of Torremolinos and gives you a welcome bit of peace and quiet too...
With a wonderful outlook over the sea, easy access to the beach and the local shops, bars and restaurants, the Gran Cervantes by BLUESEA is perfect. Better yet, it's nicely secluded, giving you a little bit of a breather from everything going on in town.
Crammed with amenities, and giving guests everything they need to enjoy a laid-back holiday in the finest style, the Gran Cervantes by BLUESEA really delivers.
This really is one smart four star hotel. Take a look around, inside and out and you'll love what you see. You can look forward to a fully stocked gym, excellent spa facilities and Wi-Fi or broadband facilities. Take a look at those rooms too – light and airy and above all, welcoming. Of course, Torremolinos has long welcomed British holidaymakers with open arms, and you'll definitely feel that sense of inclusivity at the Gran Cervantes.
Each comfortable room benefits from en suite facilities, and comes equipped with satellite TV, telephone and safe. Last, but by no means least - the balcony or terrace. Whichever way yours faces, it'll give you a wonderful view out over the grounds of the Gran Cervantes by BLUESEA or out further towards Torremolinos.
The views are even better from the roof! Head up to the amazing roof top and survey the view. This has to be one of the most spectacular places to take a dip in all of Torremolinos. From here you can see for miles - out towards that clear blue sea.
From this vantage point there's certainly a lot to see, and when you get back down to earth, there's lots to see and do in Torremolinos. Get out and about and you'll find an eclectic range of bars, restaurants and shops. Plenty to keep you busy…
And if you're heading further afield, do ask about the car rental service – it's all easy to arrange from the Gran Cervantes by BLUESEA.
There's so much to love about Torremolinos – all that vibrancy, all those parties… At the Gran Cervantes by BLUESEA you can even bank on a welcome bit of peace and quiet too. So we reckon this is one of the best choices of hotels to help you get the most out of your Torremolinos holiday.
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Enjoying a peaceful location in the popular area of Torremolinos, overlooking the sea and minutes from the beach, the Gran Cervantes by BLUESEA is the perfect place for your holiday. Recently refurbished to a comfortable and modern standard, the hotel offers a good range of on-site facilities.
Should you tire from soaking up the sun and the view, there is plenty to do close by with a huge choice of bars, shops and restaurants in the surrounding area.
Our fourth visit to the Gran Cervantes, this time with family. The rooms are spacious, a touch dated but very comfortable, quiet air con which worked well. Large balcony overlooking the sea to the side...
Fully functional bathroom with a good shower, the lighting could be brighter. We stayed on a half board basis and were all very happy with the varied selection available both for breakfast and evenings. From a personal point of view, the introduction of having an 'All Inclusive 'option tends to let the ambience down (some guests overindulging and being inconsiderate). The staff were exceptional, very efficient and helpful. The hotel is spotless throughout. We enjoyed a couple of drinks in the Sky Bar very relaxing with excellent views over Torremolinos and the coastline. As always, we were more than happy with our stay, perfect location and good value for money, I am sure we will be back soon
We love staying at this hotel, friendly staff great value and central for shops and bars. Very close to the train station and the line which runs from Malaga to Fuengirola. The hotel is spotless and rooms are cleaned daily if you want...
There is quite a good selection of food too. The only downside for us is that the beds and pillows are a bit uncomfortable but we can live with that. There is entertainment every night and if that's not your thing you can just go to one of the bars close by. Some good restaurants nearby too. Worth trying the skyline bar on the hotel roof fab for having a cocktail and watching the sun go down. Bit of a walk if you want the beach but 2 pools at the hotel.
We are just back from Grand Hotel Cervantes. Room was cleaned everyday plus towel's and sheets changed everyday. Sunbeds at pool area in very poor condition badly need to be replaced with new ones...
Not enough parasols either. 15 young men between the age of 25 to 30 years of age arrived at the hotel 2 days after we arrived and ruined the peace fullness and atmosphere, shouting, drinking all day long, pushing and shoving each other into the pool. playing football in the pool and in the sunbed area. It should have been dealt with by the the manager or life guard but it wasn't . We personally would not recommend this hotel based on this.
This hotel is not a four star.
We booked a few days away for our anniversary and we did have a nice time. This was our 4th time at the hotel, once previously for a 21st and this was 2nd time for our anniversary but just didn't feel as special as previous times. Staff are hard working especially the cleaners...
Food was mostly good, caters for gluten free which is always good. Location is fantastic. We were originally thinking of coming back with family to celebrate our 20th anniversary next year but we shall see. Overall a good hotel, just don't expect them to acknowledge special life events anymore.
After a lot of agonising over hotels in Torremolinos, and indeed in the neighbouring resorts of Benalmadena and Fuengirola, we’d gone for the Gran Cervantes mainly for its location. Reviews were generally good and we didn’t read about any real deal-breakers so it seemed a decent choice, and so it proved.
The lobby area looked nice enough and luckily we were able to check straight into our room, which is always a bonus. The room itself was a good size with two large single beds pushed together, a desk, table and chair, a decent-sized bathroom and the obligatory balcony which offered a glimpse of the beach and a few wonderful sunrises during our stay.
As a base for enjoying Torremolinos and the wider Malaga area the Gran Cervantes was tremendous...
Around a ten-minute walk to the nearest beach (Playa del Bajondillo), though the return involved a schlep up either a slope or a fair few steps. There was a lift from the beach to the upper city but we never used it.
Better still, the hotel was within a few minutes of many fantastic bars and restaurants in the streets around the bustling Calle San Miguel. Torremolinos Train Station was also practically on the doorstep, as was the bus terminal and, usefully, a medical centre offering reasonably-priced COVID tests as required for returning to the UK.
We didn’t really need any services from the hotel so can’t comment too much on them. They could have arranged a COVID test in our actual room but as it was cheaper to arrange ourselves we did that. Our room was cleaned daily and the towels changed and the room itself, whilst in need perhaps of a lick of paint, was perfectly fine. The pool wasn’t massive but as we were there outside of high-season there was plenty of room and ample sun-loungers. There was also a smaller rooftop pool and bar. Our only real negatives, and they were pretty minor ones, were the lifts and the food.
There were four lifts but one wasn’t working for a few days, and this added to the COVID requirement of not sharing (though some did) lead to a few waits. The food was a bit hit and miss. What we had was usually tasty but often felt it could’ve been warmer. Breakfast was fine, though an omelette station would’ve been nice. In the end we ate out more nights than not, but that was more a reflection of the excellent choice nearby.
If we were to return to Torremolinos we’d probably stay at the Gran Cervantes again on the strength of its location, though we’d likely go just B&B rather than half board.