Just got back from here and is nothing like the reviews on here I was in room 310 and it was really clean and had clean bedding and towels. I didn't hear no noise or anything even on a Friday and Saturday night. The hotel staff were friendly to.
The good point - location. The rest is terrible. Pillows are so hard. Mattress was shocking hard. The inside of the hotel is Very old and needs a lot of work.paint/new carpets/beds and pillows. It has the thinest walls ever you can hear everything. The cleaning staff are friendly they came 5 days.but start way to early knocking and waking u up. No do not disturb signs. Nothing in the room only bed tiny tv and one locker. Extremely basis. The lobby is large and has two chairs in it and that's it. Not a plant or any tourist informatiin. Honestly it's more of a hostel than hotel. Breakfast was as basis as it get. Bread,cheese tea coffee OJ and pastry cakes. I had to move rooms as I got bit alive.... By what I don't know. When I asked to be moved it wasn't a problem. Staff were always friendly. So that's it. Wouldn't return to the hotel but would to Torremolinos.…
Absolutely disgusting hotel do not take any of the picture in gallery from site fakes arrived at 2 am to late to find anywhere else but left 10 in morning for the next four days .no furniture in room filthy windows and an awful smell,when handed owners the key and said we were checkin out never batted an eyelid couldn't care less avoid please
Started well, good price and location and a friendly receptionist. Then we went to our room (409) with the room number barley stuck on the wall we started to fear the worst but we were not expecting a cesspit. Once we opened the door the smell was vomit inducing, I know you can get that coastline sewage smell from time to time which cannot be helped but this was something of a different nature, it was just fowl. The room is in a bad state or repair regarding both fittings and furnishings (which were very spare anyway which is fine for a budget room). The beds were torn and ripped, the flooring worn through in parts. The walls were grimey and awful looking. A very bad repair job had been done on the door and it looks like they cut themselves and left blood or something on the door frame. The balcony was small and over looked a side street which was fine but the broken tilling is dangerous and you certainly would not want to get a cut from it in there. We left the room very disheartened and as you can imagine I felt terrible for booking such a hell hole. I logged onto Booking.com and booked a studio apartment only 3 minutes walk away, we went back and handed back the keys to the receptionist at the Elegance Adriano (ELEGANCE... Are you for real) and told them we were leaving as it was a disgrace. The receptionist was polite and did offer us a change of room but after seeing and smelling room 409 there was no way we could stay there. We booked a Budget room and expected no thrills, just a clean room with a bed and a bathroom. How can they mess this up so badly?…
The photos on the Internet are not a true representation of this hotel they must be years old and they shouldn't still be using them. I can't imagine how this hotel got 3 stars. This place is more Hostel than Hotel. Our room was so tiny with only a small plank of wood sticking out of the wall and a wardrobe to put All your belongs??? And that had a telephone, and remotes for the postage stamp TV and aircon on it. We had to use the balcony stool and the lidded bin as bedside tables. We were given the room over the entrance with the smallest dirtiest balcony imaginable,in a cul de sac our view was of derelict buildings a busy taxi rank and day long delivery men. Also a busy kebab shop next door Being in the centre of busy torremolinos l took the precaution of taking earbuds and an eyemask which l certainly needed as the curtains didn't fit the window and so noisy, l dropped an earbud so leant out of bed to retrieve it, under the bed was what must have been weeks of fluff!!!! When l asked how much extra for a larger room l was told all rooms were the same price!!! but they had none available, although there didn't seem to be that many people there. The breakfast was very tired and meagre no eggs or fruit as advertised. Fortunately plenty of cafes in the vacinity. We paid 54 Euros a night for what seemed like a 20 Euro room, if that. This place is so very tired and l am putting photos on here to show just how much. The plaza at the side of here is beautiful with plenty going on. Would definitely go back to torremolinos but would avoid the adriano hotel like the plague.…
Justcome back after spending 5 nights in this little gem of a hotel in the heart of the Old Town which is a 10 minute walk trhough the town to the beach. Our room had two single beds and an en suitebathroom, room was spotless and cleaned verytiem with fresh towels and bedding, could not fault it for the price we paid, The location was fantastic with loads of bars and restaurants on our door step although we spent most evenings having a drink in the "Rugby Club"" which was of course no such thing but a lovely little bar ran by the lovely Paddy!!! The hotel did what it said on the tin!!!
a good hotel in the center of the resort. very friendly staff, willing to help. I did not have breakfast at the hotel, so I can not say it. air conditioning, TV with many TV channels, good price, reservation made for 10 nights.
This place is ideally located in the centre of everything. Near the local bars, restaurants, shops and local transport links. The room is basic but cleaned daily with fresh towels etc. The bed is not the best but ok for the 4 nights we were there. Can be noisy when people come in at the end of the night but this can happen anywhere. They offer a continental breakfast for 4 euro but we did not try this.
I like the position, the space of the room (for this price) and the fact that they have elevator. The Wi-Fi is poor, breakfast can not be eaten, water at the shower have a medium pressure, the towel are medium, the pedal basket in the bathroom is a joke.
Stayed in the Adriano with the other half for four nights last week. Antonio on reception was a lovely man who we chatted with daily. Location is perfect,room was clean and tidy with a nice balcony overlooking the new Plaza. Breakfast on the rooftop terrace was decent continental fare and set us up for the day. You're right in the heart of Torremolinos so everything is close by. Train station 5mins,you can get a taxi to Malaga airport across the street from the hotel, cost us €18,pretty decent. I'd go back in a heartbeat. Ticked all our boxes.