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Just spent 2 nights here. It is a very nice Spanish orientated hotel, very clean, service at reception friendly and helpful. Bedroom basic but clean and adequate. Tried breakfast 7 euros , plentiful, Spanish style, there was fried eggs and bacon, but don't think the...More
Exceeded all expectations! The staff are very helpful, The hotel is very very clean, the maids are great.
The pool is small but nice. Rooms are average but comfy and clean which is important. Bathroom has good shower, bidet and sink area and again is...More
Just arrived and regretting it already!!!!!! From the outside hotel looks well but rooms look spacious in online pictures but are small !!!!!! Bathroom is not good at all has a very 70s look and very dreary . We were offered another room but it...More
I booked this hotel for 4 nights and paid for it in advance. I need to cancels 1 night and was told the hotel could not do that for me so I ended up paying an extra night I did not stay. I excepted that...More
Great hotel, very clean,nice food comfortable beds ,nice staff,a lot of Spanish, because that's are alot live and holiday,but nice quiet place and great beach ,very welcoming in bars and restaurants,we had a great time
US$58 - US$121 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#40 On the Beach Hotel in Benidorm
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Neither. Benidorm is made up of two big bays. Looking out to sea Levante (which means sunrise) is the one on the left which is where most of the big hotels and the British tend to holiday. Then you have the old town with... More
Neither. Benidorm is made up of two big bays. Looking out to sea Levante (which means sunrise) is the one on the left which is where most of the big hotels and the British tend to holiday. Then you have the old town with a headland in the middle. And the Poniente beach (meaning sunset) is on your right. Both bays in total measure about 7kms. El Palmeral is one road back from the sea front on the Poniente side, about three quarters of the way along the bay. It is a good 45mins walk to the old town, but the bus runs along the seafront and will take you into the old town or into the Levante area for 1.50 euros. The bus also comes back or a cab is about 8 euros. The Poniente area is much quieter with a much bigger beach than the Levante end. There aren't any big bars with entertainment, but there are lots of little bars and good restaurants. It tends to have many more Spanish on holiday there and other nationalities as well, though fewer British. I can highly recommend El Palmeral for location, rooms, staff and food but not if you want a busy hotel surrounded by bars and karaoke!