The Madeira Centro is right by the beach in the heart of Benidorm, and offers up some of the best views in town from its rooftop bar.
It’s all about the location of this hotel. It only takes a couple of minutes to walk to Levante Beach, and both the strip and the old town are just a little further on.
The property’s 21-storey tower design gives it a slick, city-hotel feel. Plus, a glass lift and a panoramic piano bar on the 20th floor mean you get some seriously cinematic views of Benidorm.
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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The main restaurant here serves up a great selection of buffet dishes. There are show-cooking stations, too, where you can watch your food being cooked in front of you.
The piano bar is set on the hotel's 20th floor and comes complete with panoramic views over Benidorm's bay.
The outdoor pool sits on the mezzanine floor. It's surrounded by a sun terrace that's dotted with sunbeds and parasols. You can pay a deposit to borrow pool towels. You'll also find a pool bar out here.
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twin room with promo offer
These rooms feature Wi-Fi, centrally controlled air-conditioning, safety deposit box, LCD TV and a hairdryer. A limited number of these rooms are available on offer, on a first come first serve basis. Just so you know, the minibar is empty and can be used to keep your own drinks cool.
double room with balcony
These rooms come kitted out with Wi-Fi, centrally controlled air-conditioning, safety deposit box, LCD TV and a hairdryer. A balcony offers some outside space, too. Just so you know, the minibar is empty and can be used to keep your own drinks cool.
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Location is amazing . . .great for Old Town, and "British" area too. Ideal for bus and taxi. Easy to get to market and FGV etc. Hotel is modern and we have stayed a number of times previously. Food good. The appointment of our room was in keeping with our expectations and the bathroom surpassed these expectations with both a bath and separate shower cubicle which was excellent, however, and I am sure that many visitors will not realise - not ALL rooms have the benefit of a balcony - the "blue" glass panels next to the lift are in fact rooms and the "panels" only open about 10cm!! This did not provide the comfort one would expect and left us seriously disappointed. Air con not available out of season in the room which made it incredibly hot/uncomfortable to sleep in. The roof top bar is well worth checking out as the views are spectacular.More
Lady 50 year group
Went here for a 4 night break, hotel was very nice, couldn't fault the food very good and variety of choice We were on the 15th floor but the first night there we didn't sleep till 4 am in the morning as one of the bars was playing loud music contullisly Luckily it was that 1 night Indoor pool was good Hotel was central for everything But evening entertainment was like ballroom dancing so worth venturing out in evening More
Much anticipated but a disappointing 3 week stay.
This may be a long review! We arrived before mid-day, but were able to leave our luggage which was helpful. We did not feel warmly welcomed, the male receptionist barely looking us directly in the eye, which continued throughout the holiday, in fact I avoided approaching the desk in the end if he was on duty. Very cold. I am always polite, appreciative and respectful, so found this strange. First impressions of the hotel were good, inasmuch as it was clean and bright, and when we were eventually able to enter our room, the view of the sea and the old town was totally amazing. Very poor choice of UK channels, no BBC 1 at all, although it did have ITV. Fridge was a bonus and we had brought our own travel kettle so no problem preparing a drink when we wanted one. Room a good size as was the bathroom but the bed I found to be very uncomfortable, and I had back pain every morning and found it very difficult to sleep. In the end, due to these issues, after 6 days of feeling tired and uncomfortable, I actually went out and rented a small apartment, for the remainder of our 3 week stay, and slept soundly and comfortably throughout. Location is excellent, views are amazing and very convenient for buses and the taxi rank. Food is good, lots of choice although not as hot as some of us may like, but there is a microwave if necessary. Breakfast bacon was awful, but other things to choose from. I did try to get croissants without any topping on two occasions, on neither was I successful so gave up in the end! Once having the apartment we didn't bother with breakfast until our last two days, just returning for dinner each evening. The hotel is beginning to look a little tired, I think a refurb may be due, bathroom was a bit rough in places, but always very clean, just not what I would expect from a 4 star establishment. A lack of a comfy seating lounge area greatly disappointed me, a few comfy couches and chairs in reception, but a bit draughty in winter, and often filled with people waiting for pickups etc. My husband tried to sit down on a vacant chair where some people were standing around and was shooed away! I didn't find the bar area appealing at all, although the outside seating area was quite nice but we didn't feel welcome there as we just wanted to sit and read. On one occasion a member of staff came out and switched the tv off whilst a party of people were watching a programme, presumably because they were not drinking, they all got up and left! I guess perhaps they could have just walked in from the street as I noticed one or two people doing on the odd occasion, hard to say. Housekeeping staff lovely, very friendly and efficient, dining room staff were mostly really nice and friendly, but there are a couple who seemed to lack basic courtesy, such as standing right beside our table and chatting loudly to the next table beyond us as we were eating our food, then pointing at something right between us as we ate. Very annoying! Lifts are quite slow and I shudder to think what it must be like in high season, but not too bad in the main for us. The scenic lift is fabulous at any time of day, wonderful views! We didn't get around to the indoor pool, but would have liked to use the outdoor pool area to sit an relax, but no tables and chairs available, only sun loungers so had to pass on that too. So all in all, I'm sorry to say that hotel wise it was a disappointing stay at the Madeira I'm afraid, and I doubt very much that we would stay again.More
Tired Hotel needs updating disgusting mould on inside of fridge told reception just got a blank look catered more for Spanish same entertainer on 5 nights on the run no tea or coffee making facilities in room definitely not a 4 star shame really I think when first built was goodMore
Modern, Good Location!
Madeira Centro is situated perfectly if you want to see both the old and new sides of Benidorm. Check in was easy, we had a little issue with the safe not closing but reception helped us out and this was solved very quickly. Customer service was spot on whenever we needed it. The room was quite nice, very clean with a good bathroom and great views over looking Benidorm. It was also a decent size for 3 of us, couldâve been a bit of a squeeze if there was 4 of us however. No fridge is always a bit of a let down in hotels so this would be a nice feature. Warm vodka and coke isnât quite the same. The pool is a little small but I don't go Benidorm to lounge around the pool so I wasn't too bothered about it. 5 minute walk to the beach and next to a Mcdonalds and lovely Italian restaurant. I never ate at the hotel so I cant comment on the food but apart from no fridge in the room I cant complain!More
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