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 1318 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Good position and very comfortable
Stay Date: 12/2017, John R wrote this review.
We only stayed one night because we were at an evening party locally. Our room was very comfortable and well appointed. Breakfast was varied and plentiful. Excellent value for money. It is worth paying the extra for car park.
We only stayed one night because we were at an evening party locally. Our room was very comfortable and well appointed. Breakfast was varied and plentiful. Excellent value for money. It is worth paying the extra for car park. Collapse
A hotel for all, spring, summer, autumn & winter
Stay Date: 11/2017, Graham M wrote this review.
What a great choice this was for the last night of my short November trip around Andalucia. An absolute bargain in a classy hotel which, in the summer, would have cost me at least 120€ a night. The ambience and decor are excellent. The location is… See more
What a great choice this was for the last night of my short November trip around Andalucia. An absolute bargain in a classy hotel which, in the summer, would have cost me at least 120€ a night. The ambience and decor are excellent. The location is on the road into Mijas from the motorway and right on the edge of the village, a very short stroll into the centre. The views from the lounge and many of the bedrooms down to the sea is superb. Mijas at the end of November is, as you would imagine, pretty quite (hence the bargain price) but nonetheless I had a lovely evening at a restaurant I have visited in the past and, after a superb hotel breakfast - included in the room price - took a morning stroll in the crisp sunny weather doing the touristy bit before heading off to the airport. The hotel is very easy to find and has a large very convenient basement car park for which there is an extra charge. My room was large, quiet and extremely comfortable. The staff were smartly dressed, extremely attentive and polite, and spoke excellent English if needed. It’s a large hotel designed for all year round breaks and holidays and, as a summer holiday location it has all the facilities for couples or families. I couldn’t fault it. Collapse
Winter Sunshine with Spanish Charm.
Stay Date: 11/2017, Cartle wrote this review.
Our arrival was via Jet2 holidays with a really convenient flight from our local airport (BHX). Due to the steep and narrow short roadway to the hotel entrance we were dropped off in the main street and wheeled our luggage the 50 metre decline to the… See more
Our arrival was via Jet2 holidays with a really convenient flight from our local airport (BHX). Due to the steep and narrow short roadway to the hotel entrance we were dropped off in the main street and wheeled our luggage the 50 metre decline to the hotel reception area. Upon entering the foyer our first impressions were very positive - a really spacious area with typically Spanish décor, pictures and indeed two vintage Spanish motorcycles on display. Reception staff greeted us in a friendly, professional manner and we were soon booked in, following photocopying of our passports and issue of our room card together with a map of the town. We were given “a lovely room” - quote the receptionist) which was on the same level as reception but actually on the top but one floor as the hotel is built into a steep slope with rooms below the reception, swimming pools etc. We were based in Room 33 for just 5 nights (again a really good option for a short winter sun break away from the crowds and in a typically Spanish hillside village. Our room was indeed very nice, overlooking the pool, and with a decent balcony to extend the mid-sized room. It was the end of the season so the room despite being kept exceptionally clean by the hard-working and friendly housekeeping staff would benefit from a decorative makeover. The bed was large and comfortable and there was plenty of storage space in “shabby chic’d” wardrobes. Free Wi-Fi was available in the hotel and was accessible from our room with good performance on my iPhone, though it was just a daily check on email and football results! The bathroom was OK with a shower over a bath tub, the shower itself working fine with plenty of hot water and a good water pressure. The only things we thought could be improved in the room was the availability of electrical sockets - if you did choose to hire the fridge (chargeable) then it was a straight choice between cold beer or TV – there was only one socket and indeed in the whole of our room the only other ‘spare’ socket was in the bathroom - OK for charging your phone but clearly not the best or convenient place to do that. The other minor gripe was the unavailability of any UK TV stations - not even BBC World News despite our re-tuning of the set. We therefore elected to tune into a local radio station which played some decent music (not that we spent too much time in the room). We were staying on a half-board basis and were keen to check out the restaurant and the buffet dinner - again all very positive - not haute cuisine but good choice and variety each night with soups / salad / mains (options of fish, meat and labelled vegetarian dishes) and dessert available to choose from at dinner and for breakfast cereal / fruit / cheeses & ham plus hot “English” options. We particularly liked the bread at breakfast - often still warm from being freshly baked and was really tasty. Drinks are served to the table at a reasonable rate (10 Euro for a bottle of House wine, Sangria 5 Euro and a beer was 4 Euro (if I remember correctly). If you can’t manage a whole bottle of wine on one evening then drink half and the waiter will apply your room number to the label and serve the remainder the following night. We generally enjoyed the food and as vegetarians ate well with there always being something we could blend from all of the options to create a hearty and enjoyable meal. The public areas of the hotel were always maintained to a high standard of cleanliness and the pool area, dining room and indeed most rooms afforded a fantastic panoramic view over the coast with Fuengirola immediately beneath us, some 10 kilometres away. As it was late in the season we didn’t have a problem at all finding a sun lounger which we could place in quiet areas to take in the sunshine though it was a bit too cool in the pool for us to venture in, though we did witness one brave soul take the plunge. The position of the hotel is a bonus too - at one the end of the village, so to get to the main square it was a quick walk up the hill, turn left and walk 5 minutes to the centre where shops, bars and supermarkets can be found as well as some nice historical attractions. We hired a car through the hotel reception and this was very efficiently processed with the car being delivered bang on time and at a very competitive rate (including a free upgrade) - we leisurely drove via Coin to Ronda and then back in a circular route via Marbella and Benalmadena in one day - easy driving all round and on the ‘outward’ part through lovely countryside with marvellous views around the Sierra Nevada - a recommended trip for those who like to explore. The hotel offers garage facilities (chargeable) if you prefer to store your own car in a secure place but alternatively just past the hotel there is a free car parking area which is adequate for a car rental. A reliable and regular bus service operates from the centre of Mijas to Fuengirola (1.55 Euro each way) and also to other destinations such as Torremolinos and Malaga – an easy to comprehend timetable is freely available from the hotel reception. So, at the end of 5 nights in the TRH Mijas Hotel we were very satisfied with our holiday and especially the hotel itself which proved to serve as an excellent base for everything we wanted to achieve in a relatively short space of time. Special thanks to all of the staff of the hotel (especially Juan and Claudia in reception) for adding to our enjoyment - always friendly, helpful and professional. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, hharrison27 wrote this review.
We originally booked for 10 nights but checked out after 2..this hotel is definitely not 4 star maybe 3.the bedrooms were shabby and needed refurbishing and we saw 3.the buffet was poor and lacked choice.food was cold. Try HOTEL PEZ ESPADA Torremolin… See more
We originally booked for 10 nights but checked out after 2..this hotel is definitely not 4 star maybe 3.the bedrooms were shabby and needed refurbishing and we saw 3.the buffet was poor and lacked choice.food was cold. Try HOTEL PEZ ESPADA Torremolinos.GREAT Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, Celtvistor wrote this review.
Ive visited the hotel many times over many years. Its got lots going for it - easy walk into the pueblo, stunning views, charm of a once fabulous hotel.....but felt for some time that it wasnt matching its potential. However, on my last recent visit… See more
Ive visited the hotel many times over many years. Its got lots going for it - easy walk into the pueblo, stunning views, charm of a once fabulous hotel.....but felt for some time that it wasnt matching its potential. However, on my last recent visit a lot has changed - for the better! Its fantastic to note (and report) the improvements and credit to those involved. Im not going to repeat countless reviews about location, views etc - these are outstanding and cant be faulted. The hotel is always spotlessly clean - everywhere. Older bedrooms have been made over and are now bright and welcoming. New music in the bar (now staffed so that you dont have to phone for service) has transformed it. Its now welcoming and a pleasant relaxed atomosphere. Some small but significant changes in the dining room, some new old photos and signage etc etc An the staff.. .....fantastic!!! Great to see long serving staff still there and some new ones. Reception staff are polite, welcoming and friendly. There is a feeling of rejuvenation and staff appear positive and engaged. In short, some small but significant improvements have transformed the place....very well done and keep up the great work!!! A couple of suggestions - make the poolside bar (open only in high season) into a proper small restaurant with proper opening hours (ie evening)....who wouldnt want to dine by a floodlit pool with those views???? And give the option of having breakfast outside on one of the fantastic (unused) terraces with spectacular views Great work!....well done to staff!....great to see this old friend beginning to match its potential. Collapse
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