With its quiet setting and indoor-outdoor pool scene, the Terralta Apartments hit the mark for a chilled-out holiday. Like the modern restaurant and bar, spacious apartments are decorated in sunny primary colours. Location-wise, the beach is a 15-minute walk away.
Without a doubt, the biggest attraction here is the pool scene. In summer, the outdoor pool steals the show. It’s a huge curvy affair with water features that wouldn’t look out of place in a waterpark. There’s plenty in the way of sunloungers and parasols, too. In the winter, attention turns to the heated indoor pool. It’s housed under a glass roof, so you’ll feel like you’re swimming outside.
As for the apartments themselves, they’re arranged in brightly-painted three-storey blocks. You can choose from one and two-bedroom options, both of which come with the likes of TVs, air-conditioning and bigger-than-average balconies. In terms of décor, think funky blue sofas, blond-wood fittings and simple, comfy bedrooms.
When it comes to mealtimes, you’ve got a snack bar serving light bites like pizza, alongside more substantial Spanish and international dishes. And if you want to chill out by the pool, there’s a bar close to the water that's open in summer. Elsewhere, meanwhile, there’s a fitness suite and a games area with a pool table and table tennis.
In terms of location, the Terralta sits on a steep hill in a quiet residential area, so it has a slight out-of-town feel. When you want to hit the sands, Poniente beach is just a 15-minute walk away. For shopping and nights out, meanwhile, you can walk to the old town and the centre of Benidorm within about 25 minutes. And if you don’t fancy the legwork, you’ve got local buses and cabs to take you to and fro.
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Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Facilities ► View all
Lagoon-style pool with sun terrace, sunloungers and parasols.
This pool is heated from November to April, and housed under a glass roof.
When you're not in the mood to cook the snack bar offers pizzas as well as international and local favourites.
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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.
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.
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Not Self Catering
We just stayed here for 8 nights upon arrival was asked to â¬60 damage deposit? Never had that before and traveled all over Europe, but paid it and then went for a drink in the bar while our room was ready, ordered a drink and asked for the wifi they said we had to ask at reception to be told it was â¬20 a week for one device so for a family of 4 your looking at â¬80 really, when I asked if the had it in the reception or bar area for free they said no! Every bar in Benidorm has It free but not here! The worst thing is the speed is poor at best they are charging through the nose for it and it's really really slow if your going to charge a mint at least have it to a decent level, but this is continued through the place the pool is amazing can't fault it and the life guard is a blessing! The food is shocking and we did not come all inclusive we came self catering which was another shocker to find NO COOKER, just a hob? How can it be self catering with our an oven/grill what kind of dinner can you cook the family on a bloody hob? Don't call it self catering it's disingenuous! I asked for the cost for all inclusive â¬35 a day for adult and â¬17.5 for kids â¬105 a day or â¬1470 for two weeks? Not sure my family shop comes anywhere near that, which would be fine but like I said the food is edible at best! The location is good and bad it's up the top of a big hill there with no other bar or restaurant with in 15 min walk which would be fine but like I mentioned the food is pants. The time we where here the is a festival (low festival) which is not a traditional Spanish festival it is a full on Rock / Dance one with, while we were here Kasabian and the libertines and is on Friday Saturday and Sunday nights and and the reception told we with great pride goes on till 7 in the morning oh and did I mention it is in the next field every year this week end? See if you notice that in the brochure? We have not slept for the whole thing it's loud, can you imagine Glastonbury and your hotel just over the road? It's like that! Here 12 at night the doors to the bar are closed and the entertainment has to finish but 3 stages and lasers that light up the sky like a Baghdad skyline that goes on till 7am is perfectly acceptable! So on conclusion if you want a fantastic pool with poor over priced all inclusive with crap Internet that costs the world with glaso I the next field that goes on till 7 during 24th - 26th and you will get NO SLEEP, then this is the place for you, don't get me wrong Terralta could be amazing if it just tried but most of the salt of the earth folk who come come back and don't mind the rough edges, we have been to many places and found the standards else where much higher and I don't mean that in a snobby sense just the basics, it's the little things that make the difference.More
Jimmurphy666, Barnsley, United Kingdom
Our visit to Terralta
We visited Terralta in June 2015 for 11 nights myself my partner my daughter and my grand daughter, Checkin was quick and both Laura and Maria (Who incidentally look like identical twins) and the team were excellent all through our stay The rooms were spot on all we could have wished for clean well kept and well equipped The pool was ideal for all requirements Towel reserve was not allowed although our possessions were removed from our beds even though we had gone to get mats from reception I was not amused and informed the manager. The mats for the beds were 1 euro each per day tip take them to your room at the end of each day most people did this we were self catering and only eat breakfast once which was taken from buffet in restaurant and was cold. The hotel was a long walk to the main part of the resort . I would return to this hotel because this didnt spoil an enjoyable time Tip try Rons Bar on front of old town near to dove park Karaoke and excellent staffMore
paul g, Leeds, United Kingdom
me and my fiance went here in April 2014 for our first holiday the staff were all friendly, hotel was quiet, food was lovely, loved the indoor pool was always empty as the children were in the big pool... so enjoyed it nice 20 minute walk to Levante end where all the good shops 1 -3 euro shops are as well as lots of restaurant's, shops and the strip.. we even met the Benidorm cast as they were filming in Neptune's was the highlight of our holiday as well as the trip to Mundomar, Tony Romas is an excellent restaurant, during the day we always went in jack and jones food was good English food. Perfect holiday.More
Katherine T, Portsmouth, United Kingdom
A few reviews regarding the terralta have upset me slightly and feedback from the management are spot on. This is a top place just wonderful if you want better then pay for it. Rooms spotlessly clean and the staff are wonderful. We go self catering but have eaten here and it's fine. I've seen how hard the staff work they're incredible also every day we were there the non smoking lifeguard was on shift before his scheduled hours watching and keeping safety in order he made it a priority in his own time bless. 10 out of 10 for everything to all at the terralta. Location is fine stop moaning people enjoy your holiday or book elsewhere. Just hoping I've got my favourite apartment in August when I return 2001 ðMore
Air con ?? Utterly hopeless
The complex itself is nice enough,all staff very pleasant. Cleanliness is fine. The major issue is the air-con or LACK of it. The apts are all constantly 22â. It cannot be adjusted and when you go to reception to complain ,they tell you its working fine! I do notice that the area around reception has PERFECT air-con yet the apts are running at sauna temperatures all the time. When i visited salou last year i could feel the cold air con,not here though NOTHING comes out the vents at all.Oh and as i am currently staying here at the moment. Be warned- there is some kind of music /rave going on for around a week. It does not finish till 7am in the mornings. So you will hear it i,m afraid. Granted this is not the hotels fault. The air con is though! Staying here self catering and it is good value,supermarket . The cafe area is decent too. Amstel on draught. Would have given a higher rating but for the poor air-con.More
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