Bluesea Hotel Cervantes which is right in the heart of Torremolinos, close to restaurants, pubs and the shopping district. It's also quite close to the beach, but you have to maneuver your way down steep winding steps, which despite quite rugged ramps, are very buggy unfriendly, or you can catch the lift up and down if you don't mind the wait or the fifty cent charge. The hotel is classed as four star but in my opinion it really isn't and the staff (bar the cleaners) were really rude, a customer service course wouldn't go amiss. We wouldn't stay there again but made the most of it while we were there and Jacek and Tyler Lee really enjoyed the pool there, having a swim every afternoon while I went to the room to feed Beau and catch a bit of shade.
Holidaying with two little ones in tow was actually a lot easier than we thought. The boys have such a strong routine that even they didn't want to break from it whilst we were on holiday and that suited us fine. We stayed at the hotel on a half-board basis so we dined there every morning and evening, meaning that after dinner we could just retire to the room and have some drinks, etc. while the boys slept.
We loved Torremolinos and although our goal as a family is to visit a new country each year, I'm sure one day in the future we'll be back to soak up the sun on Spain's gorgeous beaches again.