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
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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.
Rooms ► View all
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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Spacious rooms, the pool was huge and always more than enough sun loungers, lovely old town location, walking distance to the beach and restaurants of the old town, the new town is a short journey away by taxi More
Lovely apartments spacious food was ok but reheated in microwave as not always hot enough .only thing that let's this place down is the entertainment it was terrible been here a good few.times over the years and this has never improved kiddy disco was a joke pool great for adults and kids x More
Love The Place
I really like everything about the place but the BEDS ARE UNCOMFORTABLE. I compliment them on every other part. Great staff, lots of space, quiet, great pool, lovely shop. But PLEASE get some real bedsMore
Recently returned home from this hotel. Very clean and friendly staff. Amazing pool area for catching the sun. If you get the chance email before and ask for a pool view room. I did and was lucky to get a good view of Benidorm and the sea. Just be aware that you need to make a deposit of 60 euro on arrival. The walk down to the old town and back isn't as bad as people have made out. Would defiantly return. This isn't really a party hotel so nice and relaxed in the evenings and you get a decent nights sleep! More
Great 4 day getaway
I have never been to Benidorm before and myself and 3 girlfriends decided we would go for a 4 night stay (just enough incase we didn't like it). We hired a car from the airport and set off on our little adventure. We arrived at the hotel and I asked where we could park the car, i was a little disappointed to find that although the hotel stated that there was free parking it wasn't actually free to park on the hotel grounds. It is 5 euros per day to use the hotel car park so be aware that if you don't want to pay 5 euros a day to park on the hotel complex you will need to park around the corner on the road for free. The hotel isn't in a bad area so the car was absolutely fine it was just a bit of a shock when their website says they have parking but doesn't mention the daily charge. You will also need to pay a 30 euro deposit per person when you check in for any damages but you will get this back when you check out and as long as there are no damages of course. So after a smooth check in from the pleasant member of staff on the desk we were given our room keys we were on the ground floor room 2008, the room was nice just what you need, nothing fancy but when you pay £214 for an Half Board holiday what do you want really ? The room had a nice long balcony with sliding doors in the living room and access from the bedroom too. The view wasn't great of the big stone wall but we don't sit in our room all day so this did not affect us. As there were 4 of us in the one bedroom apartment my 2 friends had the bedroom and myself and my other friend took the sofa beds in the living room, I was told the comfort of the beds were to be desired but manageable ( it's never like being in your own bed at home) and the single sofas beds were also ok. The living room/kitchen area was quite large and there was even a full size fridge freezer which I have never seen in any hotel room that I have ever stayed in before so that was nice to see and the bathroom was quite large too with a hairdryer. The main swimming pool is massive with a child's bucket thing in the middle where every so often the bucket would fill up and then tip on anyone standing underneath it, I didn't partake in this but I imagine if you are a child it is quite fun to be under when it tips. There is also an adults only swimming pool at the other side of the hotel which is under a canopy but it's still just as cold as the main swimming pool but you soon get used to it. There is a small shop on site which is run by an English lady she was pleasant and it was nice to hear an English accent, considering it is an hotel shop it was pretty cheap and we made our daily visit to get drinks and snacks for by the pool. There is a Happy Hour 4-5pm and again at 21:30-22:30. The food was lovely, there's not masses of food but what was there was lovely and tasty and always had me going up for seconds. The hotel catered very much for English people there was real sausages at breakfast time and they even did lamb and mint sauce gravy with mash and veg one of the nights. The desserts weren't great but there was the usual ice creams and fruit and pastries to get your teeth into. As it was Half Board I was expecting to have to pay for a drink at dinner time but was positively surprised to find that drinks were included with your breakfast and main meal with a choice of branded soft drinks and beer on tap. The staff were lovely and really polite across the whole of the hotel from the reception to the pool bar and the restaurant. On the Wednesday I decided to see how long it would take to walk to Benidorm's Old Town so I took a right out of the hotel and right again and started on my adventure. At the top of the bottom of the hill there was a massive local market selling everything from fresh fruit to freshly cooked roast chickens on a spit. I don't think many on here have realised that there is a market as I hadn't seen any mention of it on here and it's a shame if you are that close and don't realise it is there. There were obviously a lot of locals there but it was really nice to walk around and have a look at it. Someone said it is a 10 minute walk to the Old Town they must of had really long legs it is probably a good 20 minutes to really get into the depths of it. Old town is lovely and there are lots and lots of shops, some branded shops like Pandora and also lots of the usual "TAT" shops as we like to call them, we had a drink on the sea front a couple of times watching the world go by it was great. We went into the lively part of Benidorm a few times both in the day and the night, the nightlife is amazing bursting with energy and fun. As I have never been to Benidorm before I didn't really know what to expect but there was not one bit of trouble from anyone coming out of the bars and nightclubs even at 2:30 in the morning. There was a lot of mention of a bar called The Red Lion but when we saw it it didn't seem like our cup of tea so we decided to go the the British pub called The Crown, there was a Michael Jackson tribute which wasn't great and then an Ed Sheeran tribute after that which was a lot better than Michael lets put it that way, it had a fun atmosphere but there same 2 tribute acts were on every single night so we only went in there once and moved on to somewhere else. I must say that Benidorm really surprised me in a good way and I will defiantly be going back there again soon and may even stay in the same hotel as I was so pleased with my 4 night stay there. PS don't forget to hire yourself a 'Madge' scooter to tootle up and down the beach front on.More
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