Hotel Riu Don Miguel  

With designer interiors, a standout pool scene, and nightlife on the doorstep, the Hotel Riu Don Miguel scores points on all fronts.

This place hasn’t long been revamped, and it offers up style in droves. From its smart, decked pool zone, to the Mardi Gras purple that’s used consistently throughout the hotel, everything is really contemporary.

The hotel is right in the thick of things, on Playa del Inglés’ main boulevard, just across the road from the gay-friendly Yumbo centre. You can hop on a courtesy bus to the beach, or walk it in 20 minutes.

Finally, this over-18s hotel has bagged a number of awards from the likes of TripAdvisor in 2013 and 2014.
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TripAdvisor rating

Based on 639 reviews

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  • 1Building
  • 5Floors
  • 251Rooms
  • 4Lifts

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Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Body's international à la carte restaurant*

Offers a menu with a variety of options including a collection of fruits, vegetables and fresh seafood.

Outdoor pool

With sunbeds, parasols and changing rooms, pool heated in winter.

Evening entertainment

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

Twin room sleeps up to 3, with twin beds and a fold-out 3rd bed, ceiling fan, minibar on request, satellite TV with limited English channels, phone and balcony or terrace.

twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 3 - can be sold as a single. With twin beds and a fold-out 3rd bed, ceiling fan, minibar on request, satellite TV with limited English channels, phone and balcony or terrace.

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Impressed

Fantastic hotel great service great food we chose half board, shame we had to rent safe, shame could not get free wifi. Prices in the bar expensive. However will def go back will be booking up for this time next year. Pool could have been heated.More

Adrian1066, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

almost perfect

a great hotel in a great location. it's is furnished to a high standard with excellent facilities. we stayed on a half board basis, the food was very good and their was plenty of choice with excellent service. drinks prices are reasonable and there is nightly entertainment which was also of a good standard. the only down side was the lack of complimentary wifi and room safe - we have stayed in similar accommodation in gran canaria where this was free. having said that we have joined the riu rewards programme so are likely to return. More

leeran,

Hotel with great service

This Riu hotel was refurbished a couple of years ago and now has a modern feel to it. The rooms are adequately sized with fridge,ceiling fan, safe (charged) and aircon. the room is kept spotless and sheets and towels changed at will. The buffet restaurant has 2 sittings and a set table for dinner for your entire stay. Food variety is good with plenty of salads,choice of meats,choice of fish, several vegetables and differently cooked potatoes. There is always 2 hot soups plus a cold one and a good selection of rolls and bread,plenty of fruit and pastries. Wine and soft drinks are usual price for hotels but wine cannot be kept for another day but small bottles and carafes are available. Most hot food is show cooked and often overcooked on the planchers but chefs will do to order for you. Waiting staff are polite ,friendly and efficient although breakfast times overworked particularly friday and saturdays when the is lack of food, plates, milk or bread at busy times. There is an Al a carte restaurant with no extra charge but with a limited menu but well worth booking as the food is excellently cooked and presented. The ambiance is good but in the need of background music as there is never many in so people tend to talk quietly not to be overheard. The pool area is very nice(although being repaired during my stay) with plenty of sun beds and parasols. there is a gym and an outdoor jacuzzi. Evening entertainment has become very repetitive with only a resident band or DJ.The band has a good repertoire and the girls rendition of Roberta Flack's "Killing me softly" very good but diminished by hearing it 9 times in a fortnight. Overall this is a typical well run Riu hotel and does justice to its 3 * by making long trousers compulsory at dinner and moving towels prior to 09.00 from unattended sunbeds. It is very central to Playa Del Ingles so some rooms may be noisy and a shuttle bus needed for the beach. Due to its proximity to the Yumbo centre it is popular with the gay community but this may only cause alarm to the narrow minded,More

dennis6611, Daventry, United Kingdom

Modern, good-service, clean and nice

This hotel was quite a surprise. It is clean and modern and doesn't have the same dated look as so many other places in Playa del Ingles. The room I had was not big but more then ok and was kept very clean and with a nice balcony. The staff are all very friendly and helpful, without a comment I could switch to another room after my first night and you were always greeted with a smile. The pool area is good, lots of sunbeds and a clean pool with in-water sunbeds, liked those! There is also a small gym with some machines for the sporty ones. It's half board with a decent breakfast buffet with all you could want and a surprisingly good diner buffet with lot's to choose from, much better than others I've had in Spain and elsewhere. The hotel is located in a central location in Playa del Ingles. Those thinking of trying out the night life in the (in-)famous Yumob Centrum will find that it's just two streets away ;) Only downside is that it's rather fram from the beach, but they offer a free shuttle service. And there are streets in every direction more or less, could be noisy for some rooms (try to get one facing the pool). I was in all very happy and will come back.More

jonolono, Gothenburg, Sweden

very good hotel.

Myself and my partner, and friends went for 2 weeks,starting on the 29th September, first the hotel, cant fault it, food adequate, repetitive and sometimes food is tepid, but out of 10, only. 8, the waiting staff are very good, always ready to help, so eating staff, out of10, got to be a 9, would've been 10, but one every day walked around with a face like thunder, I think his wife said no. Reception staff, you Can only say 10 out of 10, brilliant. The bar , waiters/waitresses, once you get their attention, very good, but sometimes you can sit for 5minutes, so out of 10, only 7, chamber maids, brilliant, so helpful , you ask for anything and they are there, clean towels, toilet rolls, other pillows, so got to be 10 out of 10. Now my only criticism, the hotel entertainment, resident trio, trio Shelley, absolutely awful, a drummer with the smallest set of drums, and 2 bongos, but he did sound ok, on the organ is a portly little chap who plays and sings, excuse me while I laugh, he cant have any good friends, or they would tell him, he is awful, and inter middle is this girl, who hopped from one foot to the other holding a Mike, then she bursts into life, I'm joking, she attempts to sing, but you cant hear her, she has such a weak voice, they go on stage, for 15 to 20 mins, then they have a 30 minute break, which is the best part of the act, because they put background music on that you can understand. On Sat 4th Oct, claiming dancing, well I thought it was a man on a guitar, and a lady in traditional dress, on stage a disc jockey (said with gritted teeth) a man on guitar, and a lady?? In a white evening dress, (and a CHAIR), the music started by the disc jockey you couldn't hear the guitarist, and then the fun, the lady was walking up and down the stage waving one arm about while waving the hem of the dress about, and when it came tohe foot tapping, she sat on the chair and banged her feet. I could go on but I'm getting bored thinking about it, so marks, out of 10, pause while I think, oh yea, only 3, was going. To be 2, but thought an extra point for having the bloody nerve to turn up. Can recommend Roberto tours, although the navigator Carlos wasn't that good, got us lost ont top the mountain covered in mist, 10 out of 10, (they are our friends we went with, promised to mention them) overall please go you will enjoy it,(if you go out to other bars for entertainment).More

paulbonner355, Torquay, United Kingdom

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