Riu Nautilus Hotel

The Hotel Riu Nautilus is exclusively for adults. Located just a short stroll from the marina and the beach, all you have to do is wander through the hotel gardens, pop over the promenade and walk down a few steps, and you’re there. Decorated in plum and silver colours, the rooms are incredibly luxurious, and include big balconies and revamped bathrooms. Everything about this place is stylish. The gardens are palm-dotted, and in the centre, you’ll find a large pool framed by a suntrap terrace. This whole area overlooks the sea, too, so you’re never short of a stunning vista. For dinner, you have a choice between a themed buffet and an a la carte menu, which can be followed by a cocktail and enjoying the evening entertainment that’s on offer at the hotel.

Overview of Costa del Sol

With over 300 days of sunshine each year, holidays to the Costa del Sol have become increasingly popular with people searching for year-round sunshine. The area has something to offer even the fussiest traveller, too. With a choice of almost 20 beaches across 160 kilometres of coastline, as well as award-winning golf courses and world-class cuisine, there’s something for everyone when you stay in hotels like the Hotel Riu Nautilus. Nature reserves dot the coastline for people looking for romantic strolls, while young families will love the water parks and theme parks. No matter what you’re looking for in a holiday, the Costa del Sol can surpass your expectations.

Things to do in Costa del Sol

If you fancy venturing into the centre of Torremolinos, you’ll find it just two-and-a-half kilometres away. If you don’t fancy the short walk, there’s a bus stop just outside the hotel. In the town centre, you’ll find six sandy beaches, as well as a range of popular bars and restaurants. There’s fun to be had for everyone – whether you like to visit water parks or take a romantic stroll across the promenade, you’ll have plenty of opportunity. In the peak season, the nightlife is incredibly energetic, and you can choose between traditional British pubs for a quiet evening, or club that stay open until the small hours.


Resort Summary

Six stunning beaches – Bajondillo, Los Alamos, La Carihuela, Montemar, Playamar and El Saltillo – run along a picturesque promenade overflowing with shops and cafes. If you love the sun but not the sand, there are also some beautiful grassy patches where you can spread out your towel and lounge under a palm tree. The main stretch in Torremolinos is La Carihuela, a Blue Flag beach with sunbeds, beach bars and jet skis for hire.