The Benilux Park has one of the best postcodes in Benidorm. The hotel is set in a residential area, less than a ten-minute walk from the cobbled old town, which means you can expect peaceful surroundings and easy access to shops and tapas bars. Even better, Poniente’s sandy beach is just a couple of minutes’ walk from the property.
The hotel’s swimming pool takes centre-stage in the grounds. It’s a good size, and is framed by loungers, palms and grassy lawns. You’ll find a small paddling pool and a climbing frame for little ones, too. And, if you want to up the pace a little, there are things like archery and darts laid on every day.
As for the rooms, they’ve recently been given a complete makeover, so the décor is stylish and contemporary. Expect sleek wooden panelling and smart tones of navy and silver. They all come with satellite TVs and a view of the swimming pool, too.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Rectangular shaped pool with sunloungers and parasols.
Evening entertainment programme
You can enjoy quiz nights, bingo, cabaret and a flamenco show.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner, with weekly themed buffets and gala dinners.
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No Complaints for the Price We Paid
My wife and I had a really lovely time in Benidorm from Jan 21-28. We booked through Thomson and paid £200 per person for full board for the week. When we arrived we were informed that Thomson were doing a promotional upgrade included in the price, so at lunch and dinner we were given wine and water without charge. We were well pleased. The hotel in near the old town and about five or so minutes walk to the beach. It is reasonably near several of the bus routes and about twenty minutes walk from the tram line to Alicante. The room (607) was clean and basic but pleasant. The heating was on in the bedroom and bathroom when we arrived, but the room was warm enough to turn it off for the duration of our stay. There were about five English channels on the TV, which is more than a lot of Spanish hotels. The beds were comfortable. The bathroom is somewhat cramped, but adequate. The food was what I expected. I could always find something to eat that I liked. There was plenty of it and it was fresh. The dining room staff were always helpful and very pleasant. We didn't bother with the entertainment, because it started rather late, often at 10:30pm, so we can't comment on the quality of it. All in all, it was truly a most enjoyable and value for money holiday.More
delrio1963, Redditch, United Kingdom
Good value for what we paid
This is a lovely hotel for 3 stars we were on the 8th floor and could see the sea from a side view the rooms were spotlessly clean as so was the hotel itself, the food was a bit repetitive but you could always find something to suit you, we were a bit disappointed because the shows in the bar did not start until 10-30 which was a bit late for us being seniors but nevertheless we enjoyed our stay.More
new year stay
On arriving the reception staff were very helpful, all staff very friendly, our room was clean and modern and cleaners came in everyday, we stayed half board and there was plenty of choice for breakfast although I would say some of the hot food was cold, we ate out 4 nights as the food wasn't what we wanted and it was very similar each night, also not happy to have to pay for water with my meal! The guests were mainly Spanish which was ok but all the entertainment was for them, and didn't begin until 10 ish usually, and our New Years Eve gala meal was aimed at them too, we didn't know what was going on, the British were sat on 2 tables with patio chairs, the Spanish had real chairs lol.. we left after 1st course, 3 people on our table had upset stomachs( including me) . we were on the 2nd floor, and it was quiet at night apart from neighbouring rooms tvs and loud Spanish voices! nice tv but only 4 ITV channels to watch.The time of our departure meant we missed out on our last breakfast too, very close to beach and shops, with a decent supermarket to the left as you leave the hotel enterance. I would say this is a good hotel, if you don't mind lots of small Spanish ladies banging into you as if you were invisible.More
pauladavis2, Nottingham, England, United Kingdom
Very disappointed with this hotel although it came recommended. It is an old well established hotel but still needs to be in the 21st century. My main complaint is the so called "refurbished" room we were allocated. The shower had, at one end, a piece of ply wood which only reached half way up leaving a metre square gap next to the bed which became damp when the shower was used. At the other end there was a curtain at the entrance which did not fit consequently soaking the floor. The shower head was pointing to the ceiling and could only be put in the right place with a pair of pliers, by the hotel maintenance man. No extract in the toilet and the wash basin was in the bedroom next to the bed. No ventilation, the patio doors leading to the balcony couldn't be left open as the roof of the bar underneath was at the same height and could quite easily have access to the bedroom. The air conditioning was switched off only used in summer, as it was the only source of ventilation we asked for it to be switched on and for us to have a remote control. No towel rail towels were piled on a stool and damp towels had to be placed on the balcony. Toilet rolls were stored on floor and window sill, no holder. Wardrobe was in line with the shower spray when insisting we spoke to the manager we were informed the refurbishment of this room hadn't been completed. When asked why, in this case, was it allocated to us we're told the hotel was full, bearing in mind we booked at least two months in advance. The public rooms were cold, no heating at all. After one night we moved to another hotel although we were offered the room in the Benelux free of charge if we wanted to extend our stayMore
TopsyR, Pilar de la Horadada
good hotel ,close to the beach
We enjoyed our stay at this hotel. We were on half board basis, the meals were buffet service with a good selection of tasty food. The beach and the old town is short walk away . The reception staff were very helpful. Our fellow guests were mostly Spanish the entertainment at nite was geared towards them but we enjoyed the music and dance. A good hotel in a good areaMore
bill n, Livingston, United Kingdom
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