These airy single rooms are designed with patterned accents on a neutral décor. If you go through the french doors you’ll find a balcony overlooking the pool. You’ll also have a TV and air-conditioning available from May to October.
These fresh twin rooms are decorated with a simple style. If you go through the french doors, you’ll find a balcony overlooking the pool. You’ll have a TV and air-conditioning is available from May to October. Sleeping up to 3, you’ll have 1 child bed in the bedroom.
Room on 4th floor so had a sea view.. Can't fault the staff, they were professional, friendly and efficient. There was a excellent choice of food at meal times. An added bonus was wine and water at lunch and dinner. Have never slept so well, the bed was extremely comfortable. It was a short walk to the beach and old town. This was my 3rd visit to Benilux Park Hotel and it won't be the last.More
patricia b, 186380
Great value for money
Just finishing a week's break here. The room was cleaned every day with clean bed linen. The food was good with a good selection at every meal - fresh salad, fresh bread and fresh fruit, with a varied selection of meat/ fish plus cold meats. The staff were friendly and helpful. All public areas were clean. We did manage to get Wi-Fi in our room on the sixth floor. The only thing you might need if staying here if you like to make you own tea/coffee is your own kettle, but there is not a fridge to keep your drinks cool. Still good value for the price paid.More
Jackie T, 503907
Great Winter Break.
Just returned from 5 day break full boardhere.
Very friendly staff ,clean modern rooms and hotel.
Good choice of food at all sittings with good service.
Having stopped at many Hotels in Benidorm I would recommend this Hotel.
Good location in Old Town near beach and shops.More
Escape from the post Christmas blues
We booked the hotel as a last minute deal and were not sure what to expect for the price we paid. We needn't have worried, however, as a warm welcome awaited us at the hotel. I had emailed ahead to request a room with a balcony that got the afternoon sun and this is exactly what we got. Our room, on the 6th floor, although quite basic had everything you really needed for a week's stay. It had recently been refurbished and was spotlessly clean and comfortable. Our maid, Dolores, kept it like this throughout our stay. We were on full board and were pleasantly surprised to find that water and red wine was included with lunch and dinner. We expected just a glass of red wine but it was a bottle at each meal, which turned out to be very palatable too. The restaurant is buffet service at all mealtimes and there are no set seating arrangements. We never failed to find a table as the staff were first class at clearing tables and changing table cloths very quickly. We tried and usually succeeded to get a table with the waitress called Loli who had a lovely smile and good sense of humour (possibly just laughing at our attempts at Spanish!!). Having said that all the staff in the dining room worked hard and were friendly. The food quality was good, with plenty of choice at each mealtime. There were hot breakfasts as well as plenty of cereals, fruit, yoghurts and croissants etc. At lunchtime there was always soup, a variety of salads, cold meats and hot dishes of fish, chicken, paella and pasta and various vegetables. In the evening it was similar but the chef would often prepare meat on the griddle too, which was excellent. All in all we could not fault it.
There was entertainment in the evening and dancing. We didn't go to any, preferring to have a late dinner and then go for a walk. Looking through to the lounge though everyone seemed to be having a good time and enjoying themselves.
With regard to location, the hotel is less than 10 minutes walk to Poniente beach where you can take a pleasant stroll either way along the promenade. We preferred to walk towards the old town, about a further 10 minutes away where there were plenty of shops and bars to have a coffee. From the old town you can reach Levante beach where again there is a long promenade. For those not wanting to walk the local buses stopped by the hotel and the number 2 went to Rincon de Loix at the far end of Levante beach. The tram station is about a 15 minutes walk from the hotel up a slight incline but not too difficult. From there you can get the tram to Alicante one way or Denia the other. We caught the tram to Alicante. It cost â¬6.60 each return and takes about 70 minutes. It follows the coastline and is a pleasant ride. Alicante was lovely, we visited the castle and had lunch at a restaurant along the promenade.
The hotel is probably more suited to older clientele as is at the quieter end of Benidorm and the guests when we were there were predominately Spanish. This suits us, however, as they are friendly and it is good to put into practice our limited Spanish vocabulary. To sum up, we would not hesitate to use this hotel again and hope to be able to visit later in the year to soak up a bit more of the winter sunshine.More
Excellent value for money holiday.
We stayed 7 nights full board Jan 19 to 26.
No complaints at all, staff friendly and helpful, special mentions for Antonio, Loli and our maid Lucia, all of whom helped to make our holiday good.
Good selection of food at all meals, I am very fussy, cant stomach spicy food, yet I had no problems at all.
Meal times, breakfast 8 to 10, lunch 1 to 3 and dinner 7 till 9.
We are in our seventies and I hired a scooter for my wife for the week, 20 euros refundable deposit, and 40 euros for the week. Paid 60 got 20 back, vv good value. Scooter charging points at side of hotel.
We were on second floor, room 205, and the wifi was adequate at 2 mps. No interruptions watching youtube.
Hotel is approx 600 metre walk to the beach, and then about another kilometre along the promenade to the old town, takes about 15 minutes.
The hotel is rated as three star, and there is nothing wrong with it, if you want 5 star service, then go pay their inflated prices. Thank you Benioux Park for a very enjoyable holiday.More