Gran Cervantes by Blue Sea

Gran Hotel Cervantes by Blue Sea is a family-friendly hotel in Torremolinos, a bustling resort on Spain's Costa del Sol. It's steps from the centre of town and a short walk away from a wide, sandy beach. The hotel's central swimming pool has an integrated section for kids and a number of places for you to relax in the sun. There's also an indoor swimming pool that's heated during the winter and a rooftop terrace that looks out onto the Mediterranean Sea. You stay active on your holiday by working out at the gym, or relax and unwind in the sauna. There's a buffet restaurant where you can grab a bite to eat and a bar that's open until late. Daily entertainment is provided at the hotel during the high season. In the surrounding area you'll find a variety of cafÈs, tapas bars and restaurants, where you can try some local Spanish dishes. Within walking distance of the hotel is a water park with slides, rapids and a wave machine that the whole family can enjoy. The port city of M·laga is within driving distance of Gran Hotel Cervantes by Blue Sea and offers a number of historic attractions as well as a vibrant nightlife in the pedestrianised old town.

Gran Cervantes by Blue Sea is in a popular area 100m from the centre of Torremolinos. There's a supermarket 200m away where you can get snacks to take to Playa Bajondillo, which is 500m away. You could pop down to the Calle San Miguel area 250m away, where you'll find a popular street lined with shops and stalls offering a wide variety of products, as well as bars and restaurants. If you want to escape the bustle of Torremolinos, you can travel 2km to Parque La BaterÌa, an urban park that looks out onto the sea and has a walking trail, a boat pond and a playground.

You can get breakfast, lunch and dinner at Gran Cervantes by Blue Sea's buffet restaurant. A continental breakfast is offered at the restaurant, and the hotel's bar serves local beer, wine, spirits and cocktails. Between meals you can get sandwiches, ice cream, burgers and other snacks, as well as tea and coffee.

The hotel has a kids' club for children aged 4-11 that runs during the high season. Activities usually include singing, dancing and games.

Rooms at Gran Cervantes by Blue Sea have dark wooden furniture and all come with Wi-Fi, a TV, air conditioning and a mini-fridge.

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2 Nights Room Only

from £89 per person

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from £19 per person per night

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Torremolinos, Costa del Sol, Spain

Address: 29620, Calle De Las Mercedes, S/N, Torremolinos, Spain

Phone: +34952384033


Tripadvisor rating



4449 reviews



Sleep Quality




Warm and welcoming hotel

Jan 2022 | 11suz
A fabulous hotel in the heart of torremolinos, the food choices are very good, and the rooms although a little old fashioned, are comfortable We've been coming here for 15 years and always enjoyed it, even when the weather's not so good, you can go onto the roof top where there's an indoor heated pool Great facilities, always a welcome smile ☺ Definately recommend

Torremolinos 2022

Jan 2022 | ElAndaluz2022
Nice hotel, very friendly staff at reception, restaurant food is not good, almost everything is de--frozen products , it's like a factory canteen, staff is not friendly and they talking all time to each other, no eye for guest or service. Room very clean and spacious, excellent cleaning service in the rooms, pool area dirty, sauna and pool toilet dirty and old. No free parking in direct area from hotel, close to beach, elevator to beach in front of hotel. Roof terrace with beautiful views, but dirty terrace. Hotel bar has no table service ( 4 star hotel??)

Not very good if you're looking to be safe

Jan 2022 | ljaerv
Checked in yesterday with the all-inclusive package. Of course the hotel was full of Dutch-speaking soccer teens on some kind of a training camp. They, too, had the all-inclusive package. Sadly, this meant that they were completely wasted by late afternoon, which of course didn't hinder the hotel from serving them more alcohol. The inebriated teenagers were roaming every nook and cranny of the hotel with an ever-full glass in their hand and a face mask covering their chin at best. Come dinner time, the tight and poorly ventilated dining hall was full of drunk kids shouting, singing (soccer songs by the sound of it) and hopping from table to table, piercing red eyes glowing amid their bloated, sweaty faces. Going in there to catch the Omicron was a totally impossible idea for us. When asked if it would have been possible to eat outside on the hotel's inner court or to take a plate upstairs, the staff responded with an unhelpful no-can-do coupled with illogical excuses ("No, you cannot take the plate to your room because we do not have room service.") As far as I could see, the hotel had no process whatsoever in place to oversee the guests' safety distances, face masks or the number of people attending the dinner or breakfast at once. When asked what the first and second dining services meant, as stated on the hotel room key card sleeve, the reception staff responded with a mischievous "It does not matter, you can go eat at any time you wish!" As for face masks, I was told it was for the police to control. So, we had no choice but to cancel our all-inclusive package and go eat someplace else where face masks and distances were looked after. A total disappointment already to begin, but to add insult to injury, the hotel only agreed to refund us partially for the cancellation. Having lost about 50 euros in the exchange, the only thing we ever got out of the package was a cup of coffee, three croissants and a yoghurt. If you care about safety and look for a responsible hotel that takes Covid seriously, I suggest you go somewhere else. Apart from their poor safety practices, the hotel offered a pretty basic 3-star experience. The rooms and facilities have seen their best days. The location is fine, next to the town center. Would not probably revisit even after Covid times.