Costa del Sol Hotels

Costa del Sol hotels offer rooms with a view, to be sure, along with a place to relax after you’ve spent the day soaking in the sun and all that that the Spanish coast has to offer. The Malaga province in Andalusia along the Mediterranean Sea is home to some spectacular beaches and some equally spectacular resorts. Nearly 100,000 hotel rooms are spread among the Costa del Sol’s 750-plus overnight establishments.

Many of these properties are located right along the coast—just seconds away from the sand and the surf that makes the south of Spain so amazing. When you stay in the beach hotels in Costa del Sol, you have the added benefits of access. With the beach only a few steps away, crowds become a distant worry, replaced by the pleasure of spending time at the shore anytime you wish.

Marbella Beach Hotels
Marbella Beach Hotels

Marbella Beach Hotels

Several of the beach hotels in Costa del Sol are concentrated in Marbella, a Mediterranean marvel and one of the favorite destinations on the coast of Spain. This chic destination is a draw for celebrities as well as anyone who wants to soak up the sun—with year-round pleasant weather, a beach vacation is possible no matter what the weather is like at home. But you don’t need a movie-star budget to enjoy an overnight stay in Marbella. Many Costa del Sol hotels have great rates and even the luxury properties offer packages that help you get the most for your money.

Overlooking Guadalpin Beach, the top-rated Gran Melia Don Pepe combines timeless luxury with views of the blue waters and white boats in one direction, and La Concha Mountain in the other. Its collection of rooms and suites offer such perks as flat-screen plasma TVs and private terraces overlooking the Marbella landscape. Room rates include breakfast and dinner in Gran Melia’s elegant restaurants, and guests have access to three swimming pools surrounded by a sun terrace and a fitness center.

Torremolinos Beach Hotels
Torremolinos Beach Hotels

Torremolinos Beach Hotels

Another favorite along the Andalusian coast, Torremolinos has come a long way from its roots as a poor fishing village. Since the first resort was built, Torremolinos has transformed into a sophisticated hideaway along the coast. Home to large number of British tourists and ex-patriots, this village is known for its nightlife and highrise hotels—a long way from its humble roots.

Minutes from the airport and even closer to Playa de Playamar, Sol Principe has 799 guestrooms in its hotel tower. Rooms enjoy views of the sea or the lagoon pool surrounded by a tropical garden. In the summertime, you’ll find a well-rounded program for kids and young visitors—the hotel is especially popular with families and children, but all ages are welcome to come and experience a vacation away from the ordinary at one of the biggest beach hotels in Costa del Sol.

Malaga Beach Hotels
Malaga Beach Hotels

Malaga Beach Hotels

One of the biggest cities in Spain, and the biggest along the coast, Magala is another popular choice for Costa del Sol Hotels. Its Hotel Molina Lario is newly built, close to the beach, the Picasso Museum, and the pedestrian promenade. The 103 brightly decorated guestrooms and suites were designed with comfort in mind, and the hotel has many places to relax and soak in the views, including the seventh-floor terrace where you can eat tapas and soak in the views.

Fuengirola Beach Hotels
Fuengirola Beach Hotels

Fuengirola Beach Hotels

With a long stretch of beaches, nearly five miles long, Fuengirola is a natural place to look for beach hotels along the Spanish coast. The city long has been a favorite, at various times prizes by the Romans and the Moors, thanks in part to its long warm summer and pleasant winters. The Hotel Reyesol opened in 2009, with 53 guestrooms—many with private balconies. The beachfront hotel also offers a daily breakfast buffet, along with tapas and a coffee shop. The vibrant surrounding neighborhood has even more restaurants to enjoy.

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