From what is could see this is a well appointed resort hotel well suited for families. I was however staying out of season when most of these facilities were closed and very few guests were on the property. This didn't however impact the excellent service I experienced.
The staff at the hotel are so happy to help and make your stay so special, we stayed for 6 days and had a ball, Vicente and Jesus at the Tapas bar are the best, prices for a 5* hotel are good, if you want a beer for €1 don't expect it here, but €4 for. Pint, €4 for a glass of Rose €22 for a bottle is so reasonable,no complaints at all.
For me and my family, Puente Romano is a haven. Not far from London, the whole place is a perfect get away. I have just loved my 6th visit to the hotel, and this certainly will not be my last. For me it is an annual trip and the hotel cannot be beaten.
I decided to try a short break away with my wife and another couple and selected Los Monteros for reasons I can't actually recall. That said it transpired to be a great choice. A classy hotel, even though on the older side it retained an air of elegance. A simple but well kept and intimate place worthy of a return visit.
Rich with Andalusian ambience, this luxury hotel is located on the Costa del Sol's “Golf Mile,” five km (three miles) from …More
One night stay - a gift from my husband. We managed to park and book in before midday which was a bonus. Efficient and friendly reception. Large, comfortable room with lovely views over grounds and sea. Beautiful spaces, facilities, pools and gardens. Best manicure ever and a surprise treat of a bottle of bubbly and cake delivered to our room - guess they overheard conversation or got date from passport. Great breakfast catering to all tasteless. We will stay again.
Stayed here for one night stop-over prior to going to our week's accommodation in Estepona. Little to fault with the hotel apart from our room position. All rooms appear to have some form of sea or garden room view but ours was at the east end of the hotel and was blighted by the constant noise of traffic on the A-7 dual carriageway. The air-con did not seem to function too well so had to keep the balcony door open to cool the room down and this was when the constant traffic noise came into play. Also when sitting on the balcony the noise was very obtrusive. That said the hotel was excellent. The staff were attentive and spoke superb English. Breakfast was something to behold with mountains of food. Dinner was superb but a little pricey. Overall, though, if you want to pamper yourself, I can thoroughly recommend the Kempinski in Estepona.