TRH Mijas Non Refundable
(Mijas (Costa del Sol))
4 4 Star:
This charming Andalusian style hotel is located between the beach and the mountains and offers an outdoor pool, tennis court and sauna. Each room has a mountain, sea or pool view. TRH Mijas Beach is surrounded by attractive Andalusian-style patios, with typical fountains and gardens. There is a large poolside terrace with sun loungers.
TRH Mijas Beach has a snack bar and a restaurant, serving Mediterranean food. There is also a variety of restaurants and bars in the centre of Mijas, a 5 minute walk away.
TRH Mijas Beach’s salon offers beauty treatments and massages. Staff at the 24 hour reception can help to arrange car rental and guided tours of the area. Local bus services stop just 100 metres from the hotel, and provide direct links to the rest of the Costa del Sol. Fuengirola is 7.5 km away, while Malaga is 30 km away.
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1141 reviews
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Coukd be much better
Stay Date: 02/2017, Niels B wrote this review.
This hotel is not an unpleasant place to stay. What is letting the hotel down is the rooms. The rooms are long overdue for a major refurbishment. The rooms; The rooms are cramp and are showing clear signs of decay, the carpet is not something on w… See more
This hotel is not an unpleasant place to stay. What is letting the hotel down is the rooms. The rooms are long overdue for a major refurbishment. The rooms; The rooms are cramp and are showing clear signs of decay, the carpet is not something on which you would even consider walking on barefooted and the beds are simply old and terrible. The hotel; The hotels are situated high up in the hills and have stunning views to both mountains and the sea. The hotel does appear severely worn but it is soon forgiven when enjoying the view. Be aware that parking is 10 Euros per day and this is not clear on Exspedia nor at the hotel. The service; To be honest I think that when I visited the staff was rushed off their feet so perhaps a little harsh to give the bad points, but the fact is that the service was very poor when I stayed. The bar was constantly unattended and finding a bar mate meant running around the entire hotel. The area; The hotels is situated a short walk from Mijas Pablo a small postcard typical Spanis village, the only problem is that after two hours you are of of things to do and unless you want to continue to ride on the Donkeys the only thing is to drive down to the coast a good twenty minutes’ drive. Would I return? The answer is no, not really. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2017, nouilles wrote this review.
We have booked a tour that end at TRH Mijas. From Grenade to Mijas threw Córdoba and Sevilla all 4 Stars category but not a single one from the 1990's with no changes. Service is ok but atmosphere, beds, smells in the room are from another time. Rene… See more
We have booked a tour that end at TRH Mijas. From Grenade to Mijas threw Córdoba and Sevilla all 4 Stars category but not a single one from the 1990's with no changes. Service is ok but atmosphere, beds, smells in the room are from another time. Renewed this hotel would be marvelous but out of the effort of the people working there we can not recommend it. Collapse
Not a 4 star
Stay Date: 01/2017, Jenny1Cornwall wrote this review.
This was my second trip to Mijas, first time in a hotel. I read the reviews and noted the decor was dated which I did not mind. There were mixed reviews on the food quality, but thought for such a short stay, I would surely manage to find something … See more
This was my second trip to Mijas, first time in a hotel. I read the reviews and noted the decor was dated which I did not mind. There were mixed reviews on the food quality, but thought for such a short stay, I would surely manage to find something to eat. LOCATION: Bus stop right outside hotel with frequent inexpensive service. Easy 10 minute walk into centre of village. ROOM: Air conditioning and heating worked well and on the chilly nights the room heated up quickly. Crisp white cotton bed linen. Beds were quite firm which may not suit all. Hairdryer. Toiletries - shower cap, shower and hair gel, soap, toothbrush & toothpaste, disposable razor and shaving cream. Towels. Ample good quality towels. NO tea of coffee making facilities, which I knew beforehand, so I took a travel kettle. I think this is really poor for a 4 star hotel. It is quite a walk to reception if you were relaxing in your room and and want a drink. TV - Good signal but not much to watch in English other than BBC World News. MEALS: I chose to go half board, as I had gone away for some much needed rest. It suited me better to eat at hotel than having to walk into village at night to eat Restaurant - Breakfast was reasonable, but I do not eat bacon to comment. Eggs (some fried eggs were uncooked), scrambled, baked beans, tomatoes, cheese/meat, fresh oranges and melon cut up, pears, peaches etc. Yoghurts. Cereal. Mini Muffins. Toast and jams. Fruit juice and hot drinks. Dinner was not so great and not a pleasurable experience for me. Drinks were not included, not even water. 2 euros a bottle of water. Food was luke warm and many of the dishes were pieces of meat floating in incipid watery sauces. I really struggled to find enough to fill me up, thank goodness for bread rolls and chips! There was a green veg soup which was okay, but the other nights resembled dishwashing water. The restaurant was sectioned off as not full and there seems to be regular coaches of large groups of foreign travellers, who were very exciteable and loud! Dinner was served 7-9.15. I would have preferred a start time of 6pm. From around 8.30pm the serving areas were untidy, with food scattered on the surfaces and bowl contents spewing over into others. It was not appetising. I also think the hotel should at least offer a complimentary bottle of water to each guest with meal. SPA: With a chronic pain condition, I had looked forward to relaxing in the jacuzzi after a day exploring. The jacuzzi, sauna and swimming pool was 20 euros an hour. Out of principal I did not use this facility. The hotel was pretty empty and without the normal activities you would expect in the summer season, i think the hotel should offer this to guests as part of their hotel price. On the last day my bus to return to airport was 7.45am, the restaurant did not open until 7.30am. I went to reception at 7am thinking they may let me in early. The man on reception did not speak very good English. I tried to explain and he shrugged his shoulders. As I waited for the doors to open, others also congregated with their packed suitcases, clearly in a hurry too. The doors opened at 7.30 and I raced in, gulped down some orange and melon pieces and a glass of juice, grabbed a muffin and ran to the bus stop. It was very stressful and not a pleasant end to my stay. With no other hotels in the village Hotel TRH Mijas has no competition and I feel this has made them complacent. The hotel is dated yes, but it was clean. There were nice touches, but some important basics were missing which spoiled the whole experience. Mattress toppers to be offered would be a good addition. This could be a truly wonderful hotel in and out of season if given more thought and TLC. It certainly is not worthy of a 4 star as it is now, and I feel quite insulted that they think what they offered was acceptable to travellers out of season. I have also heard from others in the village that they know of people who have stayed there who say just the same about the food and they recommend any of their friends who travel from UK who intend to stay there, not to book half board. WORSE BITS: Dinner Chargeable Spa and swimming pool No tea/coffee facilities Breakfast on departure, earlier sitting should be available or a bag to take away BEST BITS: Location View TIPS: Take a travel kettle Ask for sea view room Book breakfast only Collapse
In a beautiful village
Stay Date: 10/2016, Nicola G wrote this review.
Lovely building in Andalusian style with spectacular views from rooms and the pool area. The best part however is the wonderful village where it is located. We loved it and spent many happy hours exploring the little back streets in the historic ce… See more
Lovely building in Andalusian style with spectacular views from rooms and the pool area. The best part however is the wonderful village where it is located. We loved it and spent many happy hours exploring the little back streets in the historic centre, the old castle walls with wonderful views of the Coast, the mountain trail up to a tiny shrine..it is all stunning. We loved the feel of it as they are not just pretty white, flower-bedecked walls but a living village with an old style atmosphere...lovely places to eat and drink, people calling to each other as they pass.....very special..... Collapse
Wait for room upgrade
Stay Date: 10/2016, Elaine C wrote this review.
The hotel and grounds are really nice. The breakfast room was really hectic. The breakfast food was not the best and with not much change from day to day it got a bit boring. We were there with a tour. Just for one night at the beginning of the tour … See more
The hotel and grounds are really nice. The breakfast room was really hectic. The breakfast food was not the best and with not much change from day to day it got a bit boring. We were there with a tour. Just for one night at the beginning of the tour and had opted for six nights at the end of the tour. Our first night there was in a really old fashioned dark wood room with nowhere to sit. So you had to sit on the rock hard bed with a wobbly wooden headboard which became extremely uncomfortable. Trying to sleep on such a rock hard bed was difficult and I woke up with an aching back. The other hotel rooms we stayed at in Spain were much more modern and comfortable. On our return we were in a different room. Unfortunately the bed was just as hard and even sleeping on the extra blanket provided didn't make much difference. In this room it was the same old dark wood furniture and two hard back dining chairs with sunken seats that you couldn't sit on. Ants kept appearing in the bathroom. There was no fridge provided so any snacks had to be eaten on the balcony in case an army of ants appeared. If you wanted to use the safe you had to pay daily (not the case in all the other hotels we stayed at!) The hotel and rooms were clean. Mijas is a lovely place but sadly my memory is of those horrible beds and my aching back and lack of sleep! Collapse
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