The Hotel Yaramar is a bit of an expert when it comes to beach breaks. The property is just a few seconds' walk from Los Boliches Beach, which is dotted with thatched parasols and sunloungers. Plus, it's surrounded by bars and restaurants.
At the hotel itself, the swimming pool is a real attention grabber. It's sunk into a large sun terrace on the first floor and it looks out over the Mediterranean Sea. There's a whirlpool bath here, too, so you'll have no trouble relaxing.
In the evenings, the hotel pulls out all the stops. You can take your pick from three bars, which include a traditional 'chiringuito' - a laid-back Spanish beach bar where sundowners are the order of the day. Food is served in the main buffet restaurant, and you can also eat at the à la carte place next door. Later, the entertainment ranges from flamenco dancing to comedy.
Based on 547 reviews
- Official Rating
Classic hotels designed for adults, with great entertainment
- Geared towards adults
- Classic entertainment
- Home-from-home dining
- Expert service
- High-calibre hotels
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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On the first floor with a large terrace and views of the Mediterranean sea. And it's heated in winter.
La Sirena buffet restaurant*
For buffet breakfast and dinner.
With cardio machines, free weights, sauna and whirlpool bath.
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double room with sea view
Double room with sea view sleeps up to 3 with twin beds, a fold-up bed and a minibar or fridge at a charge. Towel change daily, linen change 3 times weekly. Air-conditioning May to October and heating November to April.
superior double room with sea view
Superior double room with sea view sleeps up to 3 and is more spacious than standard rooms sleeping up to 3 adults with a double bed, a fold-up bed and both pool and sea view. Air-conditioning May to October and heating November to April.
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Not up to gold standard
Just returned from the Yaramar, visited with my mother who has stayed 3 times before. Definitely ready for a reburb as very tired. Food was pretty awful, the soup tasted the same every night, food was cold and tasteless. The entertainment was very loud and we were unable to get to sleep until it stopped. Mirrors cracked and threadbare blankets. On the bright side staff lovely, rooms and all areas spotless. Won't be returning.More
A really enjoyable week
My wife and I spent a week at the Yaramar in February and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. This was our third time at the Yaramar in the last two years and it was good to see that their high standards had been maintained. We found the food to be of an excellent quality with a good choice. All the staff were excellent, helpful and very friendly, they all seemed to be happy in their work, which is always a good sign. The rooms were nice, very clean but were rather "tired" and could do with a makeover but this certainly didn't detract from our enjoyment. We are now looking forward to our next visit to the Yaramar in July.More
robbo68_13, Newport, United Kingdom
Nice hotel in a good location
Have just got back from our first stay at the Yaramar. The first point to deal with is theloud entertsinment. It really isnt all that loud, in fact comparedto most other hotels it is at a very comfotable level. However, the desig of fthe hotel does mean that you can hear the quite clearly, even on the 7th floor. Didnt worry us, but for some it is an issue. Good points: Nice room, great views, good food and friendly staff Bad points: None worth mentioning. Be aware that if you go out of season, the average age of the guests is about 75 and the entertainment is aimed at ths age group. As long as enjoy a waltz, fox trot or the hokey cokey you will not be disappointed.More
Graham B, Buckingham
THIS HOTEL IS AS NEAR PERFECT AS WE HAVE EVER SEEN!
My wife had stayed at this hotel with her sister, some ten years ago, and had been impressed by it then. We decided to have a spur of the moment short break of 4 days midweek in January when the weather was dark & bleak in the UK and we had spotted very cheap flights with the new customer friendly airline known as Ryanair. And compared to the bad old days it has been transformed, but this review is about the hotel not the flight, so moving on….. We had seen some very critical reviews on this website about the Yaramar but these we're far outnumbered by songs of praise so we decided to go for it. We booked with Hotels.com to give them a try and the whole process was smooth and bug free. On arrival in the evening the desk staff complimented me for speaking to them in Spanish and after asking whether we would prefer a pool view room which is sunny all afternoon and into the evening, or sea view which is only sunny until mid afternoon.they expedited our check in so we would not miss dinner which closes at 21.00, and what a delightful dinner that was after a days travelling ! The restaurant was very quiet, almost empty, but the selection of food was staggering and still being replenished at 21.10 ! We then went to our 14th floor pool view room, admired the amazing panorama of both the city and the port area from our balcony, the switched on the TV to find several English language channels along with most other European language which is a pleasant change from the usual BBC World news which does tend to be a tad repetitive and boring at the best of times. We did laugh though when the BBC news announcer would say "and now over to the news where you are" and we got the London local news! Next morning we went down to breakfast at 09.00 and were amazed t how busy the restaurant was after the night before. We had to search for a table but did gets one and were immediately greeted by a smiling and even singing waitress who welcomed us and explained the restaurant protocol to us. Again a stupendous range of goodies to tempt us, even cava, and dietary or healthy food , not to mention just old fashioned full English if that was what you we're looking for. The greater majority of the clientele appeared to be English, and it was soon obvious that they mostly had been coming to this hotel for a very long time, and were well known to the staff. But nevertheless we were pleasantly impressed by just how courteous and polite we're the entire hotel staff with even the occasional demanding clients. The only thing which we would respectfully recommend the hotel should examine, is the sound level of the PA system used both at the 21.00 bingo in the ground floor lounge, than during the 22.00 entertainment session in the same area. It seems to be customary nowadays for all entertainment to be amplified to almost painful levels when this is not at all necessary. It was so loud that one had to resort to using sign language , or once I even had to write my order on a napkinsfor the bar person to read it. There is apparently a Happy Hour period but I never did find out its precise time frame except that it ends at 22.00, I think! The bar personnel were noticeably not as courteous as the rest of the hotel staff and the two we encountered seemed to be a bit anxious not to communicate with us, any more than was absolutely necessary. The sound level meant that the whole hotel was filled with it right up to our 14th floor anyway, and we could hear every word until it ended at 23.00 There is a lovely long on the second floor with a vista of the sea, and it is a haven of tranquility during the day, but due to the din from the bar area one floor below,it is certainly not a pleasant place to be while the entertainment is in full swing. The room was large enough for our purposes, and was impeccably cleaned every day. Of course there were signs of wear on the taps, but like very other hotel, there is a rolling program of refurbishment going on and we noticed that the wall tiles and sanitary ware had already been replaced. Maybe the floor tiles and taps are to be seen to this year, who knows, or even cares, as long as they work and are clean? All things considered we would gladly return to this excellent hotel where almost the entire staff care about the clients greatly, and you leave feeling happy with the world inside it. Incidentally we had one glorious day in the sun, but then three wet cooler days when we simply enjoyed loafing in the lovely lounge during the day, followed by eating& drinking ourselves unconscious in the evening. Way to go man !More
UKEurotraveller, Scotand, UK
Clean and Convenient
Just a short stroll from Los Boliches train station. Situated on the sea front with great views of the bay. Room very clean but may be needing a little updating. Breakfast was fine including the coffee didn't make evening meal. Check in was smooth and efficient.More
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