- Living room: 1
- Number of bedrooms: 1
- Room size (sqm): 55
- 58.1Km from Alicante (ALC) Airport
- 0.65Km to beach
- 1.5Km to town centre
- Outdoor Pool
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
These cosy apartments are situated in the bustling city of Benidorm, just a few metres from Levante beach. This complex is surrounded by a host of bars, cafés, shops and ... Continue reading
These cosy apartments are situated in the bustling city of Benidorm, just a few metres from Levante beach. This complex is surrounded by a host of bars, cafés, shops and restaurants. A bus stop is located close to the hotel, providing easy access to the city centre and to any point in the area. Alicante airport is some 65 kilometres from this enchanting property. Spread over 16 floors, the apartments have been fully-equipped to guarantee a truly unforgettable stay and can accommodate up to 5 people. They all come with a complete kitchen area, a private bathroom and a terrace. Guests will find a magnificent outdoor swimming pool surrounded by a garden area and those travelling in their own vehicle can take advantage of the onsite parking facilities.
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Rows of shops selling beach buckets and flip-flops line the seafront of Benidorm, the Costa Blanca's largest and liveliest holiday resort town, where hordes of tourists throng the streets 24 hours a day. Of the thousands who come to holiday here on the town's three miles (5km) of white sandy beaches each year, many have stayed and purchased apartments in the numerous blocks that now dot the skyline. Benidorm, north of Alicante, is the party capital of the Costa Blanca with an unrivalled nightlife and a daytime carnival-like beach culture.
Remnants of Benidorm's historic past are now well hidden, but tucked into the Casco Antiguo section are the ruins of a castle built in the 14th century to fend off Berber pirates. Benidorm's spectacular sunsets are best viewed from the castle's 'mirador' (balcony). The place to see and be seen in the town however is the Playa de Levante, a two-mile (3km) boardwalk lined with trendy cafés and bars
Benidorm's major holiday attractions are its spectacular beaches. The two huge sweeping crescents stretch for over three miles (5km) and are known as Levante and Poniente - Spanish for sunrise and sunset. They are kept meticulously clean and are consistently voted among the cleanest and most popular beaches in Europe. All sorts of watersports can be organised from the beaches from swimming and diving off the man-made rafts to jet skiing, banana boat rides, parasailing and scuba diving. On the outskirts of town tourists can visit the water parks or Terra Mitica, Spain's largest theme park with a terrifying roller coaster. There are also loads of options for those wishing to escape Benidorm for a day; beautiful mountainous countryside surrounds the holiday resort and jeep safaris and cycle trips around this rugged interior are becoming increasingly popular. Alicante, 25 miles (40km) south of Benidorm, is the Costa Blanca's main city and has a number of interesting sights. Other good days out include a coach trip to the ancient mountain fortress at Guadalest, built by the Moors in 715, and the town of Altea with its delightful medieval cobbled streets and beautiful Mediterranean views, eight miles (13km) north of Benidorm.
Top-rated restaurants in Benidorm include Paneil's, China Garden, India Gate, Mme Butterfly, The Vagabond and Witches Bistro. All the major fast food restaurants are also available and the old harbour is the best place to try out the local cuisine.
Benidorm is one of the biggest nightspots on the Med with something to suit all preferences. There are loads of bars hosting live shows, quizzes, bingo, karaoke and drag shows& and lots of live bands playing everything from Abba to ZZ Top. Those looking for a party in Benidorm should go to Wheeltappers, Sinatras, the Palladium or the Stardust Benidorm.
The streets of Benidorm are lined with gift shops catering for people on holiday and the supermarkets are fully stocked with well-known brands. Prices in the holiday resort are cheap, particularly alcohol and cigarettes. There is an open-air market every Wednesday and a rastro(car boot sale) every Sunday next to the railway station. The town of Altea is worth a visit on Tuesdays for its outdoor market or simply for a leisurely stroll along the promenade, while Alicante is a good destination for shoppers in search of some more sophisticated shops.
Benidorm is not a good choice for those wanting an authentic Spanish holiday; it's a bit like Blackpool in the sun, but for those looking for entertainment and nightlife it can't be beaten. The resort abounds with hundreds of persistent touts trying to sell tourists everything from trinkets to timeshare apartments. There are also insistent promotions staff outside the bars and restaurants, but can be worth chatting up as they sometimes offer free drinks. However, as with any party destination there have been reports of drinks being spiked, visitors out on the town should be wary of leaving their drinks unattended or accepting drinks from strangers. Benidorm caters for all ages; older visitors may think there are too many youngsters while others think there are too many OAPs!
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Hotel address : Calle Gerona, 30, Benidorm, Costa Blanca, Spain, 03503
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It will be midnight when we arrive how do we get the keys for our apartment.? Do we have to give you 200 euros deposit read this on one of your reviews? 1 Answer
Hi your key collection information will be on your accommodation voucher and yes
guests will be required to pay 200 Euros deposit which will be refunded at the end of their stay once the property has been checked that there is no damage or missing items.
Added 1 year ago.
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