Nature: Beaches and Waterfalls
Hotel in Torremolinos you will find various forms of entertainment for your entire family.
The Torremolinos Hotel offers guests a bike rental. We have bicycle double, single and children.
The pool at the Hotel Torremolinos is an attraction in itself!
Literally on the beach, your deck is integrated with Bela Vista Terrace, which provides comfort and services for you and your family a good time to tan!
Ideal to make your event or convention.
With capacity for up to 100 people, salon provides the best integration of the group and focus on work.
Equipped with screen, overhead projector, TV and DVD, flip chart, microphone and amplifier, air conditioning, telephone and bathroom in the hall.
When the sun goes down, you and your family can spend fun moments in the game room.
The game room is equipped with Pool Table, Ping-Pong and card games, and board games.
Partnership Edson Lemes Therapies
Rudders Edson dos Santos, professional area of Body Therapies, hold a special partnership with our hotel guests to meet easily and safely. Our reception takes care of all formalities for setting up appointments and notifies customers.
* Relaxing Massage
The Toys Room of Hotel Torremolinos is prepared for children up to 08 years to play freely.
It's a play space designed to brighten our little guests with various fun activities.
To renew your energy after a full day of activities, or just to relax, guests can enjoy our sauna.
Installed next to the pool deck, sauna is perfect for you and your family spend moments.
In the social area of our Hotel we have 02 computers on Cyber Caffe for free use of guests for 30 minutes.
The common areas offer Wi-Fi, being necessary to request the password at our reception.
The Wi-Fi works ONLY in public areas.
Besides all this, the city itself is a tour de Ubatuba apart.
It has more than 75 beaches, jagged geography covered by Atlantic Forest, has, besides the beaches, waterfalls, mangroves, cliffs, islands, reefs, historic ruins.
The trade network is extremely varied: caiçara and indigenous crafts to wooden sculptures of saints.