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TRH Mijas

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Stayed for 4 nights early new year to do some walking in the mountains . On arrival efficient front desk but no offer to assist carrying my luggage to room . Room pleasant and clean emergency tooth brushes and shaving equipment a nice touch but only 2 business channels on TV in English .no tea making facilities in room Breakfast adequate very much self service ,dining room very dated . Bar area and views very good . Biggest problem as others have said is paper thin walls between rooms For what I paid the hotel was ok and it is well located in mijas pueblo but it is not 4 star More like 3to 3.5 However would certainly use again for a walking break

This hotel is definitely NOT 4 star. More like a 1 star. There are no tea or coffee facilities. The safe in room 60 did not work. You get flimsy plastic cups not even glass. There is no desk to work on and no chair at all. The pillows are 2 long thin ones and very uncomfortable. The bedhead moves and is not flat. It's like a shelving unit so you can't sit up in bed and lean back also because the useless pillows don't support you. The overhead fan has one speed- very fast. I was told the fitness centre was closed for 3 months for refurbishment. I think it's a lie as they don't want to open it in the quieter winter months. even the bar could not serve a mojito. Dirt under the air conditioner. I would never recommend this hotel.

Arrived early evening. Receptionist was efficient and helpful. Checked in and directed to room. Down in lift to 2nd floor. Quite a long corridor to our room. Room was very hot so balcony doors opened and turned heating down. Room good, decent size balcony with lovely views toward the sea. Bathroom adequate, plenty of hot water. Room was cleaned daily always clean fresh towels. Dining room was large with plenty of tables. Food always fresh with plenty of choice, though seemed to be a little repetitive toward end of week. Breakfasts always good no need to go hungry here! The hotel had a Christmas Gala Dinner on Christmas day evening. This was a lovely meal, at least 5 courses and was waiter/ress service. Wine was flowing and there wás a group on and dancing in the bar afterwards. Only downside was that the walls are very thin and you can hear your neighbours. It is situated in a great place, being a 5 minute walk into the square and streets of Mijas.

I travelled with a party of 45 people for a Christmas holiday at TRH Mijas on half board basis. The hotel had very few guests and the food very disappointing. Breakfast was just passable but the evening meals were very repetetive with chicken sliced meat in gravy and fish in sauce every night also lots of chips. I asked for a glass of wine to drink with my dinner butt could only be served with a bottle of wine at the table, to get a glass of wine I had to go back to the bar. the waiters did not seem very happy and the hotel would benefit from some refurbishment to replace the dark furniture and shabby carpets . the rooms were kept spotlessly clean but this is definitely not a four star hotel.

A late decision to escape the UK Christmas chaos and hopefully enjoy some peaceful winter sunshine in Spain. Got a good deal through Jet2 Holidays for a 12 day break at the TRH Hotel Mijas on a B&B basis in a superior room and we weren’t disappointed. The public areas of the hotel are furnished in a traditional Spanish style with lots of different comfortable seating areas including a sun room which offers fantastic views down to Fueringurola. Our bedroom was a good size with plentiful drawer and wardrobe space, beds were comfortable, the decent sized balcony had a table and two chairs, and the over-bath shower was very powerful. Breakfasts were good with plenty of choice and all staff were friendly and efficient. The hotel is located at the edge of the village but it is only a five minute walk to the centre. In the main, the weather was great with sun and clear blue skies but of course this meant the evenings were cold (winter coat weather). Mijas was quiet in an evening but there were still many restaurants/tapas bars open. Finding a place to eat on Christmas Day did not pose a problem as several restaurants were open and offered their normal menus whilst others were available for a pre-bookable Christmas menu. The hotel hosted a Christmas gala dinner in the evening. Buses run to a Sunday/holiday timetable with trains from Fueringurola running likewise. Having read the previous bad reviews of the hotel I have to agree that the stained carpets (mainly in the corridors) and the shabby lift lobbies do let it down but overall we enjoyed our stay and would definitely return.

Definitely not a four star hotel. Very dated rooms. The room stank of smoke and the mattress was very hard. It was also surprising to see that the concierge was extremely rude. If you can find another hotel in Mijas, try to avoid this.

We only stayed one night because we were at an evening party locally. Our room was very comfortable and well appointed. Breakfast was varied and plentiful. Excellent value for money. It is worth paying the extra for car park.

What a great choice this was for the last night of my short November trip around Andalucia. An absolute bargain in a classy hotel which, in the summer, would have cost me at least 120€ a night. The ambience and decor are excellent. The location is on the road into Mijas from the motorway and right on the edge of the village, a very short stroll into the centre. The views from the lounge and many of the bedrooms down to the sea is superb. Mijas at the end of November is, as you would imagine, pretty quite (hence the bargain price) but nonetheless I had a lovely evening at a restaurant I have visited in the past and, after a superb hotel breakfast - included in the room price - took a morning stroll in the crisp sunny weather doing the touristy bit before heading off to the airport. The hotel is very easy to find and has a large very convenient basement car park for which there is an extra charge. My room was large, quiet and extremely comfortable. The staff were smartly dressed, extremely attentive and polite, and spoke excellent English if needed. It’s a large hotel designed for all year round breaks and holidays and, as a summer holiday location it has all the facilities for couples or families. I couldn’t fault it.

Our arrival was via Jet2 holidays with a really convenient flight from our local airport (BHX). Due to the steep and narrow short roadway to the hotel entrance we were dropped off in the main street and wheeled our luggage the 50 metre decline to the hotel reception area. Upon entering the foyer our first impressions were very positive - a really spacious area with typically Spanish décor, pictures and indeed two vintage Spanish motorcycles on display. Reception staff greeted us in a friendly, professional manner and we were soon booked in, following photocopying of our passports and issue of our room card together with a map of the town. We were given “a lovely room” - quote the receptionist) which was on the same level as reception but actually on the top but one floor as the hotel is built into a steep slope with rooms below the reception, swimming pools etc. We were based in Room 33 for just 5 nights (again a really good option for a short winter sun break away from the crowds and in a typically Spanish hillside village. Our room was indeed very nice, overlooking the pool, and with a decent balcony to extend the mid-sized room. It was the end of the season so the room despite being kept exceptionally clean by the hard-working and friendly housekeeping staff would benefit from a decorative makeover. The bed was large and comfortable and there was plenty of storage space in “shabby chic’d” wardrobes. Free Wi-Fi was available in the hotel and was accessible from our room with good performance on my iPhone, though it was just a daily check on email and football results! The bathroom was OK with a shower over a bath tub, the shower itself working fine with plenty of hot water and a good water pressure. The only things we thought could be improved in the room was the availability of electrical sockets - if you did choose to hire the fridge (chargeable) then it was a straight choice between cold beer or TV – there was only one socket and indeed in the whole of our room the only other ‘spare’ socket was in the bathroom - OK for charging your phone but clearly not the best or convenient place to do that. The other minor gripe was the unavailability of any UK TV stations - not even BBC World News despite our re-tuning of the set. We therefore elected to tune into a local radio station which played some decent music (not that we spent too much time in the room). We were staying on a half-board basis and were keen to check out the restaurant and the buffet dinner - again all very positive - not haute cuisine but good choice and variety each night with soups / salad / mains (options of fish, meat and labelled vegetarian dishes) and dessert available to choose from at dinner and for breakfast cereal / fruit / cheeses & ham plus hot “English” options. We particularly liked the bread at breakfast - often still warm from being freshly baked and was really tasty. Drinks are served to the table at a reasonable rate (10 Euro for a bottle of House wine, Sangria 5 Euro and a beer was 4 Euro (if I remember correctly). If you can’t manage a whole bottle of wine on one evening then drink half and the waiter will apply your room number to the label and serve the remainder the following night. We generally enjoyed the food and as vegetarians ate well with there always being something we could blend from all of the options to create a hearty and enjoyable meal. The public areas of the hotel were always maintained to a high standard of cleanliness and the pool area, dining room and indeed most rooms afforded a fantastic panoramic view over the coast with Fuengirola immediately beneath us, some 10 kilometres away. As it was late in the season we didn’t have a problem at all finding a sun lounger which we could place in quiet areas to take in the sunshine though it was a bit too cool in the pool for us to venture in, though we did witness one brave soul take the plunge. The position of the hotel is a bonus too - at one the end of the village, so to get to the main square it was a quick walk up the hill, turn left and walk 5 minutes to the centre where shops, bars and supermarkets can be found as well as some nice historical attractions. We hired a car through the hotel reception and this was very efficiently processed with the car being delivered bang on time and at a very competitive rate (including a free upgrade) - we leisurely drove via Coin to Ronda and then back in a circular route via Marbella and Benalmadena in one day - easy driving all round and on the ‘outward’ part through lovely countryside with marvellous views around the Sierra Nevada - a recommended trip for those who like to explore. The hotel offers garage facilities (chargeable) if you prefer to store your own car in a secure place but alternatively just past the hotel there is a free car parking area which is adequate for a car rental. A reliable and regular bus service operates from the centre of Mijas to Fuengirola (1.55 Euro each way) and also to other destinations such as Torremolinos and Malaga – an easy to comprehend timetable is freely available from the hotel reception. So, at the end of 5 nights in the TRH Mijas Hotel we were very satisfied with our holiday and especially the hotel itself which proved to serve as an excellent base for everything we wanted to achieve in a relatively short space of time. Special thanks to all of the staff of the hotel (especially Juan and Claudia in reception) for adding to our enjoyment - always friendly, helpful and professional.

We originally booked for 10 nights but checked out after 2..this hotel is definitely not 4 star maybe 3.the bedrooms were shabby and needed refurbishing and we saw 3.the buffet was poor and lacked was cold. Try HOTEL PEZ ESPADA Torremolinos.GREAT

Tamisa, 2 Mijas Malaga

Hotel highlights

  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool

Located in Mijas Pueblo, TRH Mijas is within a 10-minute stroll of sights such as Ermita de la Virgende la Pena and CAC Mijas. This 204-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with free breakfast, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. Centrally located in Mijas, the hotel is also a short walk from Museo Historico-Etnologico and Plaza de la Constitucion.


Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay. Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.


TRH Mijas's 204 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies. Guests can expect to find satellite TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. In-room massages are available.

Property features

TRH Mijas features an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and a health club. Self parking is offered for EUR 10 per day. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a spa tub, a sauna, and a rooftop terrace.

Room options

Standard Triple Room

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Superior Single Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 1

Superior Double or Twin Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Standard Single Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 1

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

67% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 1325 reviews