Sol Don Pablo Hotel

When you stay at the Sol Don Pablo Hotel, you’re spoilt for choice. During your stay, you’ll have access to seven pools, five bars and a lengthy list of activities. That’s because you can also use the facilities at the adults-only Hotel Sol Don Marco and the Hotel Sol Don Pedro.

At base, a pair of circular pools sit at the centre of a split-level terrace, along with a children’s pool, hot tub and bar that serves cocktails and snacks. Indoors, there’s a pool that’s heated in winter.

For meals, there’s a buffet restaurant where meat and fish are cooked to order at show-cooking stations. The restaurant next door has a similar set-up, giving you even more choice.

Overview of Torremolinos

Holidays to the Costa del Sol first became popular back in the 1960s. Trips to Torremolinos grew in popularity alongside this tourism boom, and today the resort is more popular than ever.

The resort has six sandy beaches along its seven-kilometre long coastline, so stays at the Sol Don Pablo Hotel are particularly popular with people looking for beach holidays in the sunshine.

Families love Torremolinos because of its seemingly endless activity list. As the sun goes down, the restaurants of the resort come alive and there are plenty of places to keep the fun going.

Things to do in Torremolinos

The location of the Sol Don Pablo Hotel is great for families. You’re opposite Bajondillo Beach and surrounded by pubs, bars and restaurants. Plus, you can walk to the centre of Torremolinos in just 10 minutes.

Families often make the trip to Aqualand and Crocodile Park. Aqualand is the largest water park on the Costa del Sol and includes adrenaline-pumping rides and lazy rivers, while at Crocodile Park, you can come face to face with hundreds of colourful animals!

Once a holiday haunt of the rich and famous, Torremolinos now caters for all tastes, and is a great destination for you and your family.


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.