Sol Don Pedro
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just come back from this hotel on entering the room there was a horrible smell coming from the bathroom thought it would go away how wrong I was .After not sleeping because of smell I went to reception to complain they sent someone up with some bleach which did not work so we went out and bought our own with some air fresher this still not work so had to suffer because we were told hotel was full never again will I go to this hotel even though we have been a number of times .Also food was always cold why I don't know need to get your act together before someone becomes ill
Sol Don Pablo is the best of these 3 hotel sisters by far (Sol's - Pablo/Pedro/Marco) We had half board (just right for 2 adults and 2 elderly parents). All 3 hotels verge on the Don Pablo for the nightly entertainment. Then promptly leave immediately when it finishes as if a fire alarm went off ! ! Don Pedro is like a retirement home ( clientele dance by waving their fingers to the beat). Don Marco is like a very quiet church (no clientele)....
My 2 friends and I have just returned from the hotel Sol don Pedro, we were not aware it was a complex of 3 hotels, the setting is just beautiful, the gardens are gorgeous and looked very well kept.You can use the pools and restaurants from all 3 hotels as far as we were aware we only used sol don Pedro and Pablo. Lovely swimming pools which looked very clean, loads of sun loungers although we did see people putting their towels on to reserve them quite early in the morning! There are 2 sun terraces from we saw which looks on to the beach it's a gorgeous view.Our room was on the small side but we didn't go to be in the room all day and therefore did its job it was clean and modern and did us perfect for 4 nights. The food was really lovely, couldn't fault it, loads of choice. We had breakfast and evening meal and found this board basis was ample for us. The meats were absolutely gorgeous and melted in your mouth! We had a truly fabulous time at this hotel and would go back without a 2nd thought. If I had to be really picky I would say some of the staff could act a little more happier and interact with their customers as some of the restaurant staff seemed a little rude but it didn't bother us as there were some lovely ones. We also used a bar near by called Madisons and a bar opposite the hotel which was lovely if you can sit out the back by the beach, I'm sure you wouldn't regret it if you stayed here 👍🏻
This Hotel is very good taking everything into account. However there are a couple of things that are a bit off putting. I will put them first. In the restaurant on a few occasions in the evenings the hot food was in fact either Luke warm or cold. This is as soon as they open for dinner. The jacket potatoes the first time I tried them were cold. I thought that this was perhaps how they ate them. A few nights later I again had the same potatoes and also roast potatoes along with Salmon. All should have been hot but in fact only the Salmon was hot. I took it back to the Chef who took the jacket potatoes away and then got other members of staff to change the roast potatoes. I was then asked to try the roast potatoes which were hot. The jackets never appeared again. When I had finished I asked to speak to the restaurant Manager who came to me. His name was Mr Sanchez. I told him everything to which he replied that the warming area where some of the hot food sat was getting old and not working so well and suggested I eat at the Don Pablo as the food was always hot there. I did that the following night but preferred the atmosphere at the Don Pedro A few nights later I tried the jackets again and sure enough only just warm so by the time you get back to the table and eat they are cold. They were sent back with no response. The other thing was very poor was the evening entertainment which was enough to drive you to sleep if you could. Usually a woman singing to a karaoke machine and not in tune either. Again if you want better entertainment you either have to go to Don Pablo or better still out along the front where there are bars and restaurants with better singing. We found a good Irish bar along the front called the Irish Affair where the staff were friendly and helpful and far cheaper prices than the hotel and better quality drinks as well. Apart from one member of staff the man called Marin behind the bar in the entertainment room who would have made milk turn sour, all of the other staff were friendly and were very hard working. Before we arrived there were reports of building work going on. On that subject we only heard a little banging at the Don Pablo the day we arrived and again the day before we left but it was not enough to disturb you. We found everywhere clean and tidy the rooms were kept up to standard along with most of the rest of the hotel and grounds. The Breakfasts were very good with a lot of choice whether you want hot or cold.. The Dinner I covered earlier but most were good. The high prices in the bar for poor quality beer were not worth buying. On average the prices were about 75% dearer than outside for quality drinks. Excursions can be booked through the hotel with pick up points about 400 yards from the hotel. However I would recommend getting either the Free paper called Holiday Guide.or look for it online. There is a lot of information inside whether you want to find out sizes, know what time the trains run to Malaga or Spanish words along with the obvious adverts for restaurants that are good etc. we found it very useful. The Excursion Centre is the best place to book tours as they are all English people and guarantee English speaking guides. We went with them to Gibraltar and we could not have wished for a better guide . Very friendly and informative and even when having free time shopping would come and say hello if she passed you along the street. Other tours can be booked through them by phone right up until the night before and paying when you got on the bus . A visit to Ronda is also very interesting as well. On the whole would we come back to this Hotel Yes we would as the traditional style of it is far better than the modern larger hotels. Had it not have been for the dining room issue we would have given it the full five marks.
Had a lovely visit to Torremolinas , the Sol Don Pedro was very good ,recent upgrade to rooms including showers , toilets and balconies is excelllent. Breakfast and dinner had good variety and quality. Facilities , pools , grounds and position are excellent. We will return.pool
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Sol Don PedroTorremolinos,Spain
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Avenida Lido s/n, 29620 Torremolinos Spain
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