See why so many travellers make Hotel Bosquemar their small hotel of choice when visiting Benicasim. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Bosquemar offer air conditioning.
Guests of Hotel Bosquemar are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Mabe Muestra de Arte de Benicassim (0.1 km) and Cruz Desierto de las Palmas (3.3 km), guests of Hotel Bosquemar can easily experience some of Benicasim's most well known attractions.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Benicasim's popular tapas restaurants such as El Charquito, La Guindilla Gastro-Tasca, and Recomiendo, all a short distance from Hotel Bosquemar.
If you’re looking for something to do, Las Villas (1.8 km) and Paseo Maritimo Bernat Artola (1.0 km) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Bosquemar.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Bosquemar as you experience all of the things Benicasim has to offer.
Upon arrival at hotel we were promptly given our room although we were about an hour earlier than check in time which was handy. The room/hotel is decorated and furnished with IKEA-esque items. There is no wardrobe in the room, only a rail with and Ikea storage hanger. Bathroom is very small, sink is tiny, although not really an issue. The shower tray is also very small and only has a curtain which means the floor gets soaked however careful you are showering, and the aircon manages to blow the curtain against you so the curtain sticks to you when trying to wash. The aircon is very good, manages to keep the room nice and cool. As we were staying during the festival we expected a bit of noise, but it was horrendous, church bells chiming at all hours, blaring karaoke in a bar next door, people shouting inside and outside hotel. I believe the hotel also said breakfast included but every morning when we left there was no sign of any food apart from an ikea jar of cornflakes. Overall the location of the hotel was perfect for the festival, but for around €500 for a 5 night stay, it was not worth half the amount. I will not be returning to the hotel. …
This was really expensive for what it was. Rooms & bathroom were basic. But staff were so great that they completely made up for it. They don't speak a lot of English but we got by and they were so friendly. We opted for breakfast and this was basic too but staff were very accommodating. Lovely people and they went out of their way to help. The bed was surprisingly comfy and the air con was great. Black out blinds too so the sun doesn't wake you up. Location wise it was good too. About 10 mins to the beach, loads of restaurants/cafes/bars around. we were on the 2nd floor and didn't get much street noise. A bus to the festival site stopped almost outside the hotel. for the few days for the festival this was ok.
Great hotel in the centre of beni town centre. Festival is a 20 min walk away and so is the beach. Lots of bars and places to eat around the hotel. Air con is brilliant and the rooms are cleaned every day. Only probelm was the shower flooding sometimes but wasn't too much of an issue at all. Stayed in a triple room.
My friend and I stayed at this hotel for 6 nights, as a base for the Benicassim Festival. The hotel was in a very good location, 25 minutes walk from the festival and about 20 minutes walk to the beach. The staff are extremely friendly and accommodating. The hotel and rooms are clean and very well decorated, light and airy and very modern. The rooms are equipped with TV and plenty of wardrobe space. The showers are good, with plenty of hot water. The air con was excellent! The only down sides to the hotel were there's no pool, no fridge or safe in our room, and every time we showered the bathroom flooded! Although we were aware of the pool and fridge situation, we paid over 500 euros for 6 nights, I guess that's inflated due to the time of year and festival. Definitely recommended, although not an ideal holiday hotel if preferring a pool. I'd also highly recommend visiting the cafe-bar located behind the hotel, La Sombre, they serve a fantastic breakfast, and will accommodate specific requests, such as scrambled egg on toast, and are very good value for money. The staff are really friendly, especially Alfredo, a lovely guy!!…
Stayed here with 4 mates for the Benicassim Festival July 13th-18th, booked through BeniTravel and the accomodation was very basic but clean. We were in 2 small rooms, with a combination of single beds and folding beds. However, the location is central and we were only a good 15 minute stroll from the beach one way and the festival site the other, so it's a great spot. The hotel is on the main street in Benicassim and there are plenty of bars and cafes, there's even a large Lidl supermarket down the road for cheap booze and other essentials! Drawbacks are the noise so take earplugs if it bothers you (it's on the main street so expect car horns, shouting, singing, church bells and even a passing band). We also had to pay for a full week even though we were staying for 5 days but it was affordable and better than camping for us. Not much staff as it's a small hotel, only the chap on reception and the cleaning lady, but both were friendly. Would recommend as a viable budget alternative to camping.…