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Big Hotels in Spain - Recommendations needed

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cjt110 Wed 01-Mar-17 08:36:50

Hi all.

Looking at booking a week away, me, DH and DS who will be almost 3 in June. I think we've settled on Spain and the Costa Del Sol because of the flight time.

We are frequent visitors to Gran Canaria and would like to find a big hotel in CDS which is similar to what we would book if we were going there. Hotel type 1 and Hotel type 2

We are after a big hotel that essentially has all we need - pools, play areas, potentially all inclusive. Budget will be around £1200 if we go all inclusive.

Many thanks

Realjournal123 Wed 01-Mar-17 16:52:47

I live in Spain. Costa Del Sol. If it's for a week, just yourself nd baby, I'd recommend either the Marbella Club, Puente Romano, Guadalpin Banus. The first two are 5 star but have everything you need and both have the beach and promenade from which you can have a lovely evening stroll into Puerto Banus. So many restaurants, great shopping and play areas all over the place. Both hotels are safe and within distance to everything you will need. Hope this helps. Try calling them direct- you may get a better deal- you can also try tripadvisor which lists all of the hotels here. Weather is lovely at the moment and in the P Romano you can sit at cafes and the baby can swim. Rachel's cafe is lovely for this. Enjoy.

Jane555 Wed 15-Mar-17 16:12:15

I want to visit Marbella this year, currently planning a route (we're going to experience something like Eurotrip) . As for the tips, I could share a helpful service which allows to compare prices on different hotel deals , it is rather effective comparing to other similar services.

RowenaRavenclawsLostDiaphragm Wed 15-Mar-17 20:49:53

I really like the Polynesia in Benalmadena. Thomson feature it on their Spain & Portugal brochure.

Its all-inclusive and has great facilities.

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