Decorated in sunny yellow with tiled flooring, the two-bedroom apartments provide a comfortable stay. They sleep up to six in double and twin bedrooms plus there are two sofa-beds in the lounge area. There's a kitchenette with cooking rings, microwave or toaster so you can make a snack too. Just so you know, a refundable deposit is payable on arrival for any breakages.
Decorated in sunny yellow with tiled flooring, the one-bedroom apartments provide a comfortable stay. They sleep up to four in a twin bedroom and two sofa-beds in the lounge area. You can make a snack in the kitchenette with the cooking rings, microwave or toaster. Just so you know, a refundable deposit is payable on arrival for any breakages.
The Terralta is great for families not for couples. There is nowhere to relax without hearing screams of delight.
The appts are very basic and the beds are very uncomfortable and if you have a one bedroom appt you get two single beds so no romance !!!
The are excellent for a young family on a budget. As for the hill it was ok for us and we did it twice a day. Choose this accommodation wisely!More
Minieuropetraveller, Rottingdean, United Kingdom
Enjoyed our stay at the Terralta.
Nice and clean, spacious apartment. We usually had one meal in the flat and ate out in the evening. Cant comment on the restaurant as we didn't try it. Lovely pool for children, but maybe not so much for adults. Didn't worry us though. We really just used it as a base. We found it was within walking distance of everywhere although it is up a hill, but fine for us. Staff were helpful, and the shop is not too expensive. Probably wouldn't go back, but only because we seldom go to the same place twice.More
Very nice hotel, lovely pool
Stayed here August and was lovely, nice and hot and clean. We landed on our feet with a fab room overlooking the pool, key is to ask before you go,Very accommodating, even gave us a free bottle of cava as he told them he was going to propose to me.
The food is very poor however, felt sorry for everyone there that was all inclusive.
There is a a bit of a walk to get down to the centre which was okay walking down but we had to get taxis back up , there is a taxi rank at the far left side of the beach.
All in all a lovely hotel. More
justgem25, Skelmersdale, United Kingdom
Lovely Apartment and Extremely Helpful Staff
We have just returned from a 5 day stay at the Terralta. Firstly, the accommodation was very spacious and very clean we had maid service twice in 5 days we have never had that before on such a short stay. We were allocated a 2 bedroom apartment for the two of us again unheard of but we didn't complain but the downside to that was it was block 2 overlooking the pool which was lovely during the day but at night our room was directly above the stage and the entertainment left a lot to be desired. We were also kept awake by people drinking and talking after the bar closed. We are not killjoys and enjoy a good night but on this particular night I was unwell and the noise from the outside area prevented both of us from sleeping.
The beds are very uncomfortable as are the pillows. The shower although it looked very basic was actually very powerful.
We were woken by an incident at 5am which resulted in the Police and paramedics being called and people we spoke to the next day also said they were woken up by it.
The staff on reception were very very helpful nothing was too much trouble for them and Henrietta in the restaurant was a star that girl never stopped clearing tables, serving food and drinks.
As mentioned earlier the entertainment does need to be reviewed a game of water polo during the day is fine but at night it was cringeworthy. They need to invest in a new PA/sound system and have a compere who can interact with the guests,we found the karaoke abysmal and toward the end of our stay we stayed out until we knew it would be finished at 11.45pm.
This was our first time to Benidorm and we will not be returning because there are a lot of other countries we wish to visit however, I would recommend the Terralta Apartments for its customer service and cleanliness we were self catering and dined out at night we ate breakfast every day in the cafeteria and it was very good â¬10 for 2 people not including tea, coffee and orange juice which cost extra.
In summary, we enjoyed our short stay apart from the uncomfortable beds and the entertainment.
Anastasia L, Manchester
losing its charm.....
This is a tricky review to write, as Iâve stayed in this aparthotel a few times over the years and have always given it positive reviews.
This is the first time I have stayed here since it started to offer an all-inclusive package (we did not take advantage of this offer, as we prefer to self-cater)â¦
Firstly, the location of the hotel will not please everyone â Itâs at the top of a fairly steep hill but in a quiet residential area. On a particularly hot day, it can be a challenge walking back to the hotel, even for the young and fit. A taxi from the old town to the hotel will set you back about 7 euros, whilst you can add 1 euro the a trip heading into town.
Check-in is efficient and the staff (generally) are polite and helpful. The grounds of the hotel are clean and well maintained and the pools are pleasant areas to be sat in (depending on how courteous the other guests are!)
The rooms are generally quite clean, though we did keep finding long hairs everywhere, and none of them belonged to us. The towels desperately need replacing. Whilst they were clean, they were thread bare in places. They were also not changed often enough for my liking. The beds are small and not particularly comfortable, though not terrible.
This is the only hotel I have stayed in for years where you are expected to pay for wi-fi. Not only do you have to pay for it, but this only allows the voucher to be used on one device, so this can get expensive if you are a family or have multiple devices that require a signal. To add insult to injury â once youâve paid for the privilege, you are advised that you can only use wi-fi for basic communication, browsing and downloading emails. No skype or streaming allowed. This I could swallow if I wasnât being charged. Not good Terralta, not good!
My other main gripe would be the temperature of the rooms. 22 degrees is the coolest setting allowed, and whilst that might be positively chilly for our Spanish friends, it was not cool enough to provide a relaxing nightâs sleep for me. On more than one occasion I found it quite uncomfortably hot.
Whilst we never went AI, we did make a point of checking each days menu at the restaurant. All I can say isâ¦DONâT BOTHER!! The menu was completely uninspiring and I would have been gutted if I paid and felt obliged to eat there every day.
All-in-all we had a pleasant stay, but I will unlikely return. This is no longer the peaceful place is once was, and the AI contingent of chavs has changed the whole vibe of the hotel.
Oh, this place has several stray cats that call the Terralta home. Most people seemed to embrace these little furry bundles of joy and most, including ourselves, ignore the various signs asking you not to feed them.
Please, please Terralta, get these cats spayed/neutered and look after them. Iâve seen many hotels do so, and even whole towns (such as Sitges) who take care of their stray population. It doesnât cost much, and your guests will mainly welcome the presence of these cats, providing they are being cared for.More