One of the bus stops on the airport shuttle route is only five minutes walk from the hotel door, so it saves the trek cross town from the bus station. Almost in the heart of Alicante, it’s close to the beach, restaurants, shops and tourist attractions.
The bedrooms aren’t especially spacious, but are simply and pleasantly furnished. The first floor of the five-storey building is reserved for smokers. The fifth-floor suite is described as having a bedroom and separate lounge with a sofa, but the sofa is obviously a single bed with cushions on it. The mineral water and soft drinks in the mini-bar are included in the room rate.
Eating and drinking
The buffet breakfast is the standard hotel breakfast of tea, coffee, rolls, toast, cheese and ham, but is more than adequate. Breakfast is the only meal served but there are plenty of restaurants, cafeterias and tapas bars nearby. Tea, coffee, fruit and biscuits are available twenty-fours hours in the breakfast area, for anyone who likes a midnight snack.
Pleasant and helpful.
Who stays there
Mainly business people, couples and singles who want reasonably priced accommodation without frills.
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- No fuss
Pros & Cons
- Centrally located
- Clean and modern
- Describing a single bed with cushions as a sofa