The Hotel Riu Don Miguel scores points for its designer interiors and standout pool scene. Plus, the nighlife of Playa del Inglés is right on its doorstep.
From the smart decking around the pool, to the Mardi Gras purple colour scheme, the up-to-the-minute design at this place gets top style marks.
The hotel's right in the thick of things, on Playa del Inglés’ main boulevard and the beach is a within a 20-minute walk. Alternatively, you can save your energy for watersports and hop on the courtesy bus.
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Based On 1483 reviews
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Chilled days, lively nights
- Adult focused
- Hottest destinations around the world
- Party pads to chill-out retreats, with a range of board types to choose from
- Bars and restaurants close by
- Flexible accommodation, whether there’s two or 12 of you
- 24/7 Holidayline, and reps there when you need them
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Body's international à la carte restaurant
This restaurant offers a menu with a variety of options including a collection of fruits, vegetables and fresh seafood.
The outdoor pool comes with wraparound wooden decking, with sunbeds and parasols along its edge. Plus there's an added bonus - a strip of sleek in-water loungers. There are changing rooms too. For your comfort the pool is heated in winter.
With shows and live music several times a week, feel free to get your dancing shoes on and have a boogie.
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Twin Room with Balcony or Terrace
These twin rooms are designed with a contemporary feel. They come with a double bed or twin beds, plus an extra bed on request. You’ll also have a balcony, air-conditioning and a ceiling fan.
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Stayed here with my daughter. We loved it. Very clean. Staff are lovely. Don't have to fight for beds was always spare ones. Evening meal is 2 sittings 6.30 pm and 8.30pm. If you have a preference email before you go. We did and got what we asked for. 2 minute walk to the Yumbo centre. We will def be returning.More
Other than the dining room, the public areas of the hotel are contemporary and fresh. The bedrooms are dated and tired. Rooms and bathrooms are clean and fine if you like purple and 1980s furnishings. Our room faced into the road and contained two single beds pushed together. We asked for a double room with a pool view and were moved two days into our stay which was fantastic. Sadly, although we had a pool view, the room still contained two single beds shoved together. They didn’t even try to pretend by supplying double bedding. Each mattress was dressed with single linen. On checking in, the receptionist informed that the Wi-fi was down but should be active the following day. We were there a week and it didn’t work once. Breakfast in the dining room was average faire. Sadly, dinner was another matter. One shouldn’t expect high standards with mass catering but that considered, this was poor. There were enough plug sockets in the room for the number of electrical devices people used in the 80s but is unacceptable today. Friendly staff and helpful where they could be but the aged decor, lack of Wi-fi and double bed means I’ll never stay at this hotel again. Reviews written here state that this hotel should be a four star. They’re lucky to be a three. More
Excellent Hotel with amazing staff
Me and my partner stayed here a week ago and cannot praise the hotel enough. The hotel, facilities and rooms were perfectly clean. The air con was fabulous especially on days where the weather was boiling! There were always plenty of choice of loungers round the pool area and the pool was never very full. I must particularly praise the waiting staff in the restaurant who were extremely helpful as I require gluten free food, they made me my own pizza and offered to make me a pasta dish - all I had to do was pre-order with them the evening before. There was plenty of food choice and despite what other reviews have said the drinks were a reasonable cost. Overall, the hotel is situated in a great location, offers a free shuttle bus to the beach everyday and there's a taxi rank straight outside the hotel where there were always taxis ready to go.More
Friendly staff, good hotel
Me and my boyfriend stayed at this hotel along with a group of my friends, the hotel was as expected, the bedrooms were two singles pushed together. We had a table and chairs in both the room and balcony, which was great for us with our friends. During our stay we were given a set table for evening meals, ours happened to be outside. We had the same waiter every evening, he was amazing; I believe his name was Angelo. After the first evening he remembered our drink orders (group of 6) each evening when arriving to our table he had our drinks ready so no need to wait and order. I've never had this service before at a hotel. The pool is large, it's just a pool. But there are plenty of sunbeds around it, on holidays you find people rushing down early to get a bed. But this was not the case there was plenty of sunbeds we never had to rush and no Matter what time of day we always managed to find some. Food at the hotel was good, what you'd normally expect. Plenty of options, although they had a BBQ a few nights during our stay which gave us more of an option. We did eat lunch a few times at the hotel which was fairly priced and good quality food. The staff were friendly throughout, when we spent the day by the pool waiter's came regularly to ensure we had everything we needed from food to drink, the cocktails are amazing!! Would recommend this hotel to couples and groups of friends. It is am adults only but it makes a difference.More
More lax than previous
Visited this hotel numerous times and found it a good quality 3 star hotel of this RIU group. This year I feel that it is less impressive as before and things becoming a little lax. The restaurant dress code was discontinued some time ago so shorts were allowed but as with all things give a little and people will take a lot. Now it is an anything goes dress code which demeans those who still pride in looking decent to go to dinner in a restaurant rather than the local greasy spoon cafe. The food was never haute cuisine but now has a resemblance of canteen food with most cooked on the plancha and invariable dried in the process. The salad bar is quite extensive but monotonous and the suites offer little choice certainly for the slow eaters as there is often little left. The staff work hard in clearing tables as like all Riu's has a twin sitting dining room rather than a running buffet. A little more imaginative cooking would help. The a la carte restaurant is ok an the food well presented but it is very soulless and not particularly well used. Else ware the no towels before 9 seems less strictly enforced so may well develope into the hogging free for all as in other hotels which will be a shame. Room cleaning is still very good and the staff pleasant. Overall it is still a good hotel but letting things slip could be it's undoing.More
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