In the centre of everything as far as enjoying Benidorm is concerned. Ten minutes to the beach and the old town, the same to the bars and discos of Ricon de Loix, and surrounded by shops, bars, cafés and restaurants in whichever direction you head.
The bedrooms have sea views and are comfortable and spacious without being enormous, with single beds that are actually small doubles. Brightly decorated and modern, they provide good quality accommodation and all the bathrooms have both a bath and a shower.
The large bar in the entrance is also open to the public, but for a more elegant moment visit the Piano Bar on the 20th floor, with its lounge and open terrace. There is also a separate lounge on the same level as the piano bar.
Eating and drinking
The garden restaurant serves all meals, which are of a good standard. Help yourself to a glass of cava for breakfast if you wish, but it’s much better mixed with orange juice as a Bucks Fizz. The Friday Gala night dinner is as much appreciated by the Spanish locals and guests, so don’t expect to dine in silence. The piece de resistance of the hotel is the Belvedere Restaurant, which takes over the whole of the 25th floor, and is one of the best in the resort.
Two pools, one indoors and a second outdoors, with a gymnasium, sauna and Turkish baths. There is also hairdresser, and massages and beauty treatments can be arranged by appointment.
Staff are friendly and well-mannered.
Who stays there
Everyone from businessmen to families, of all ages and nationalities, but mainly north-European.
- Fitness Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool
- Business travellers
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
Pros & Cons
- Very centrally located
- Wonderful views
- In busy tourist area