Terralta Apartments  

With its quiet setting and indoor-outdoor pool scene, the Terralta Apartments hit the mark for a chilled-out holiday.

The Terralta Apartments sit on a steep hill in a quiet residential area, so they have a slight out-of-town feel. But when you want to hit the sands, Poniente Beach is just a 15-minute walk away.

The Terralta Apartments are arranged in three peach-painted buildings. You can choose from one and two-bedroom rooms, and they’re all set close to the knock-out pool.

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Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Self Catering

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Snacks at set times.

Half Board Plus

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Outdoor pool

Lagoon-style pool with sun terrace, sunloungers and parasols.

Indoor pool

This pool is heated from November to April, and housed under a glass roof.

Snack bar*

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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2 bedroom apartment with balcony

These 2 bedroom apartments are designed with a warm and inviting feel. There’s a double bedroom, twin bedroom plus 2 extra beds in the lounge. You’ll have a kitchenette and a balcony for that extra bit of space outside. Plus there's a safety deposit box* and air-conditioning available from May to October.

1 bedroom apartment with balcony

These apartments are decorated with a light and bright feel throughout. You’ll have a twin bedroom plus 2 extra beds in the lounge. There’s a kitchenette and a balcony for that extra bit of space outside. Plus there's a safety deposit box* and air-conditioning available from May to October.

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Great family hotel

Just got back from a two week holiday there. Great hotel for kids. The pool is great for young and older kids and there's a life guard on duty everyday. There are 3 pool tables, one downstairs in the games room which is full of games/machines, but they do need paying for. There is a kids club on for 1 1/2 hours each day from 6pm and they do games etc with the kids and adults throughout the day. The entertainment at night is not great, I'd have rather watched the kids dancing than the dancers they brought in, but its OK. There is a little supermarket in the hotel which is open everyday (it closes 1pm - 4pm). It sells everything you need and is not dear. Do not listen to the people moaning about the food, its lovely. Everyday we were stuck what to eat because we wanted a bit of everything. The cakes are to die for. My 9 year old daughter kept going back for plate after plate of the main meals (Chicken legs/pork/paella/beef etc) never touched the chicken nuggets. The staff are all very friendly and helpful, although they do work long hours. The hotel itself is very clean. The rooms are basic, but plenty big enough, with a kitchen and toaster etc. The only gripe I have is the towels could do with being renewed. Some looked dirty, although they smelled cleaned. Also, the maid only comes into the room about 2-3 times a week. It takes 15 minutes to walk downhill into the old town of Benidorm and we always got a taxi back for about 7 euros. It's not worth walking back up hill. Overall we all loved our holiday. The kids (5 + 9) loved it so much they want to go back next year. I have heard that it's the last time they are doing all inclusive, so unfortunately we won't be going back, which is a shame.More

njm752016, 186331

Don't go all inclusive

Me and my partner n five children from 15 years old to a baby went for ten days. Im not a fussy person and do realise your in a foreign country, so the food will be different but it wasn't good. The kids just ate chips n chicken nuggets constantly as the rest was horrible. The had eggs, beans mushrooms (disgusting) and bacon that was like rubber every morning for breakfast, We ate it.After all we paid good money for this holiday. The staff in the canteen worked long shifts everyday. They were exhausted, never smiled. Some even worked in the bar that evening. The apartment looks clean but when all of us ran about on our bare feet we noticed how dirty the floor was as our feet was black. There was coffee stains on the floor from the last guest. The beds are terrible! We slept the first night in the double then give it to the kids and we slept on the sofas as they were a bit softer. Trying to get a sunbed u need to be up and down for 8/9 o'clock sitting in the spot were u want to put your sunbed and wait for them to be unlocked. We went down after breakfast one morning and we had to sit on the ground with our towels. What was more annoying is we paid £4200 to sit on the ground with two young babies. Not on. Entertainment is what u expect only its beside the pool and with a little one running around u had to keep a close eye on him. The walk up to the hotel is alright. The sweat is running off you when you get to the hotel but it keeps u fit. Lol overall Terralta is a good hotel but need better food, invest in some new matresses and more sun beds and the staff need a holiday. They do accept hen and stag parties as I noticed a couple. What was great about Terralta was the pool. The kids loved it. More

Geraldine R,

Perfect Choice

Friendly place. Lots to do. Reasonable prices.family oriented. Great choice for our mixed party. Happy hours...pool games. 15 minutes downhill to old town. Need a taxi back up. 12.30am bar closes so you can get a peaceful nights sleep.staff very helpful and good English spoken which always helps.More

Paula W,

Great holiday

Just got back from a 10 night stay all inclusive .. Me my partner and 4 kids age 15 12 9 and 4. Where do I start after reading a few reviews wasn't sure if I wanted to stay! hotel and grounds very clean and tidy. Cleaners came in every other day. There is a 60 euro deposit when you arrive but we knew about this. And we got it back no problem. also 22 Euro for the wifi which is only aloud to one device think this should be free. The food was abit of a let down not much choice or variety for kids and seemed to be the same thing all the time. We ate out abit but only due to the kids not liking it. The hill is walkable but not in the hot heat .. We walked down and normally got a taxi back which cost about 6 euro. Didn't really stay in the hotel at night as we went into Benidorm itself but kids entertainment was great through out the day. Reception staff were always happy to help there is shop on site and the lady that runs that is really helpful and the shop is responsibly priced to. Would I stay again yes I think I would but would go self catering . More

Frankie G, 499515

Not what I'd hoped for

I try to be a positive person and make the best out of everything but I really struggled here. We went self catering as a family of 4. I new the hotel was far out but didn't mind as I love walking, the hill didn't bother us at all or my children aged 3 & 10. My 3 year old took his mini micro scooter which helped. There's a supermarket at the bottom of the second hill and I loved shopping there as we cooked in our apartment most nights due to the old town being quite expensive. The hotel itself was really dear too- ice creams are around €2, beer €2.40, Wkd €4, cocktails €5, coke €1.80 and food from the bar was nice and not too badly priced. I heard nothing but negative comments about the all inclusive Buffett, well inclusive full stop actually so glad I didn't do it. There is a €60 deposit and safe is extra cost too which I didn't mind. The room was ok, kids had bedroom with 2 single beds and we pushed sofas together in the front room but I woke up with a bad neck every day. I asked for a pool view on ground floor because my son climbs everything! I got it, but right in front of pool tables and entertainment area, it was really noisy till 1am. People came in noisy and some groups came in at 4-5am singing, kids came running through the corridors at all hours too. The lack of sleep ruined our holiday as we became irritable and stroppy. Every morning I'd be woken up by cleaners shouting in the corridors or sun beds being put out. On our first week we wasn't able to get a sun bed as I refuse to stand and wait for the pool man to come unchain the beds and run to reserve one! People sit in the same place every day and they will sit on the floor where they want their bed to be, then when they have stuck their towels on 6 when they only need 2, they go off.....arhhhhhh! I spent my morning having a cup of tea watching them in disgust, it was embarrassing! A holiday for me is to have beds out all the time with no worries of people reserving them. The pool closes too and you actually get whistled out at around 6-7 which I hated as I paid a lot to stay there so if I wanted to swim at 7pm I should of been able to. My partner saved a kid from drowning so why they have a lifeguard is beyond me! A good thing to point out is they do allow inflatables but not balls. The staff were not too friendly either and seemed to just tolerate children. The entertainment was good and the entertainment guy was very good at his job. There's a mini disco, a show of some sort or games followed by karaoke which got repetitive but was lovely seeing the kids enjoying it. It wasn't all bad but it also wasn't that good. I would not stay here again unfortunately but I think that's down to what I want out of a holiday, relaxation, no time schedules and no cost round every corner. Staff need to have a more positive attitude too, people pay a lot to go away and save all year for their holidays so we expect a smile at least. Benidorm is a wonderful place and there is something for everyone. New town is far cheaper than old town but I loved the old towns atmosphere. I will return but I will stay in the new town as its so much fun, it really is for families and there's nothing to worry about. I look forward to doing research to find a more suitable hotel with a more laid back atmosphere. More

Clare W,

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Terralta Apartments
Rated: 4.5 /5 based on 1386 customer reviews
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