The Hotel Yaramar offers sea views from the swimming pool, sundowners on the beach, and first-class evening entertainment.
The Hotel Yaramar is just a few seconds' walk from the beach, plus it's surrounded by bars and restaurants.
Sea views are a given at the Hotel Yaramar – you can glimpse the Mediterranean from the pool, the restaurants, and the room balconies.
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Based On 1432 reviews
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Classic holidays designed for adults, with great entertainment
- High-calibre hotels
- Geared towards adults
- Classic entertainment
- Home-from-home dining
- Expert service
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Facilities ► View all
The pool here is located on the first floor and comes with views of the Mediterranean sea. Sunbeds and parasols align the wraparound terrace. For your comfort it's heated in winter.
La Sirena buffet restaurant
Buffet breakfast and dinner are on offer here. There's a dress code here, and gentlemen are asked to wear long trousers for dinner. Special diets for allergies, gluten free and vegetarians are available on request.
You'll find cardio machines, free weights, sauna and whirlpool bath here.
Rooms ► View all
Superior Double Room with Sea View, Pool View and Balcony
These superior doubles are much more spacious than the standard rooms. There's lots of light and fresh air courtesy of the double doors. And outside from the balcony you'll have a pool view and sea view. You'll find tea and coffee making facilities and satellite TV too. There's air-conditioning in your room from May to October and heating is provided from November to April. Rooms are available for over 16's.
Double Room with Limited Sea View and Balcony
These doubles are bright and spacious - there's lots of fresh air and light from the double doors. There's a minibar* and a fridge* available if required. You'll also find the room has air-conditioning from May to October and heating is provided from November to April. Wi-Fi, slippers and tea or coffee-making facilities are also included. Rooms are available for over 16's.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
stayed at the yaramar about 10 years ago and had a great holiday returned on 7th September for 10 nights still a very good hotel, yes it may need a spruce up in the rooms and bathrooms but still not bad . the rooms are very clean/the staff are great the food is plentiful and warm and is very good, we had a sea/view room with great views the pool area is very good plenty of sun beds, you will always get one the games around the pool are good and not intrusive all in all I would recommend this hotel to anyoneMore
Stayed here for 4 nights after a week cruising on the Discovery 2. Got off to a bit of a bad start because the room wasn't ready, which itself was not a problem but we did get a bit fed up when we returned after the time they said and it still wasn't ready. They then told us 10 mins , 20 mins later I went and enquired and the key was there, why not shout of us we were the only people waiting in the foyer.Really surprised nobody has mentioned the lifts. Very small which meant the people who got in first were jammed at the back and if they were getting out first everybody had to get out. Also we found you had to get in whether it was going in your direction or not or else you never got anywhere. Room was fine, lovely sea view, also liked the fact the sunbeds being discounted straight opposite the hotel, bargain at €6 for two. Food was also fine, although not many tables available each time we used the restaurant. Definately aimed at the older generation, there seemed to be a lot of people who were regulars. Drinks very expensive so we went out every night.All in all, was fine for the four nights but wouldn't particularly stay there again.More
Ok if your 90
Just back from a weeks stay at the yaramar, we normally stay in the florida spa but thought we would give this one a try. I wish I hadn't bothered now, the hotel itself is lovely, lovely staff, great views, food average, but the clientele that stay here are aged between 70 & 90 years old I felt like I was in God's waiting room. I've never been to a hotel where you have to queu for your food, the oldies are so rude they glare at you if your sat at a table they normally sit at. They are noisy and don't give a damn for anyone else, if you want a bed by the pool forget it as they must get up at 6am to start queuing for beds. Hotel yaramar you need to start catering for people in they're 40s & 50s too. I'm sorry to say I won't be staying here again unless it changes. Hotel should be 3 star.More
First time at the yaramar
Just back from a weeks stay at the yaramar. Food good choice breakfast and dinner. Room, had a double room on 10th floor amazing views (any room will have a sea view) we booked a double as an extra, well worth it. All very clean and tidy cleaned everyday. Safe in room not too big but you can fit your I pad in angle it first! Mini fridge in room at a hire of 10 euros per week, this was my only gripe. As a Thomsons gold hotel at premium price holiday to have to pay for fridge hire is outrageous, not the price but the principle. Entertainment was good Adele tribute was good also the flamenco show we missed half of that show due to it being in the basement/disco room we were not aware so ask at reception if you are not sure as there were no signs available. Pool very nice once you were in for 30 seconds. Great watching the stampede for beds at 9 am every morning. Gym excellent including sauna and jacuzzi fresh towels available. There are lots of sealed toothbrushes and paste in rooms along with shampoo and shower gels shower cap and shoe shine! Drinks are £3.00 for beer £6 for G and T but in happy hour 2 for 1 so ok then. You can exchange your evening meal for a waiter service a la carte meal in front of the hotel ,excellent but only once during your stay. Sun beds and umbrella in front of hotel 6 euros per day great thick pads too. Happy hour at the rivera 11am until 12am also 12 until 1.30 I think in the hotel. Sister hotel the Angela has an extra half hour happy hour at night until 10 pm don't know why they should be different. Trips- went to benalmadena on the train 3.60 euro return last train back midnightish. Ferry from Marina to marina 15 euro return or 10 one way. Went to Gibralter on our bucket list 15 euro each for shopping much cheaper than reps and it also was an air conditioned bus. Cigs averaged £26ish for 200 if you smoke £10 for an average litre of spirits a great day out. What more can I say we had fabulous weather 30 degrees every day a very enjoyable stay well done to the yaramar we will certainly be back!More
Location location location
Smart hotel in excellent location. We had a 10 nighter 1\2 board. Fantastic views great shows by TUI reps they were in their 20s and very prof. Zing resident duo ok other entertainment mainly singers provided by hotel. Food with wide variety particularly at bfast although melting ice cream is a dish I have not tried before at dinner. Pool area good size with about 160 sun beds and 70 sunshades. Pool looks as if it has been reduced in size at some point to accommodate easy access for elderly or disabled. Drinks expensive except in happy hour sessions 2 for one. Rooms nice with comfy beds and very clean also air con . Staff helpful polite and friendly. This review is good but may not return as we prefer mixed age range adult clientele Yaramar appears to target upper age bracket.More
Leslie F, 580422
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Just so you know this hotel does not accept stag or hen parties.