Beni Beach Apartments
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Staff were brilliant
just home on 1st oct.,my friend and i had such a good time.the bar staff were really friendly,peter,daisy and richard made us feel very welcome.we hope to go back again next year.
Loved the apartments shame about the weather
Apartments were fantastic. Staff were very friendly and helpfull. We stayed in a 3 bedroom apartment which starts on the 9th floor upwards, and they were clean and well equiped, the view was fantastic and all apartments have a sea view. The only thing that spoilt our stay was the weather.
Very basic, almost hostel like
very basic, would be crying if i had paid summer prices to take my family there, but as it was just my wife and myself, things were just about ok?? apartments, not that clean, old and tatty, bar and cafe, etc were like a good works canteen , you have to supply your own toilet tissue???? about 40 mins walk to get to the new town, which was what we really went for, if you get a real cheap family deal and i meen rel cheap it would be ok, but otherwise avoid it. we even offered on the second day of our stay to pay airtours to be moved,,,says it all...
word of warning,,,the rep also told us that a big percentage of allocation on arivals get sent to this olace too...
Recommend ehese appartments
Returned yesterday 27/09/03 from a 2 week holiday in benibeach apartments. Was apprehensive after reading some reviews/complaints before going. Now have no complaints about these apartments and will be staying there again in the future. Breakages deposit left and returned at end of holiday with no problems. Towels and sheets were changed adequately during our stay, lovely apartment, all facilities, clean, lovely balcony, friendly staff, great locality for getting to see everywhere, all apartments have a sea view, what more can you ask for.
My 12 year old and 2 year old were made welcome and loved every minute of the stay. Excellent. Disappointing to have to come home!
Tailor made for us
we decided to look at some of the revues on "beni beach aprtments" after we had already booked it.Some of the revues gave us the impression that we would be having a holiday from hell. Having endured several of the above mentioned, we were more than a bit apprehensive about our forthcoming holiday. On arrival the reception was like most other busy self catering apartments,The receptionist was very courteous even though she was rushed off her feet booking people in.She took her time to explain everything to us. There was a reedeemable charge of £40 just in case we damaged anything, this is normal in most apartments now,We find this to our advantage because at the end of the holday we have some money for the return journey. When we got to the apartment we were amazed it was huge compared to previous apartments and had a magnificent view of the whole of the bay.The balcony was the biggest we had ever seen with glass windows that opened right out. The kitchen equipment was clean and in good working order as was the rest of the apartment. We only stayed for a week (wish it had been longer) We will definitely be going back
Happy times at beni beach
my husband myself and four friends stayed at beni beach for four weeks in november and december last year returning home on exmas eve.we really enjoyed our stay as we had on our previous two holidays at the beni beach.we are looking forward to returning in november for five weeksand are hoping to catch up on good friends we made there last year.
It was fantastic...
The Beni Beach apartments were great i loved it...ive just got bac from there we went on the 16/8/2003 and come bac on the 24/8/2003 (we are goin agen nxt year to the same hotel but this time 4 two weeks b'coz it were soooo great)....the staff were friendly,i met loadsa m8's(Ben,Mike,Hayley,Vicky,Tom,jade,sarah,Jason,Jordan and i cannot ever 4get gorgeous claire from newcastle i love u)...Anywayz i stayed on the 5th floor ...havin a great view of the sea and beach but i recon u would get an even betta view of the sea prob between 9-12 ...the reception is on th 0 floor but u are already above the sea front by eight floors (wen ur on reception) the floors are -8-26 ...The apartments were clean but the only thing what spoilt it were that there were no air conditioning....down at reception there is a bar and a restuarant and at night they have entertainmant like bingo,karoke,parat shows(the parrots ride bikes) e.t.c ..there are fantastic places to eat on the front of benidorm and not far to walk to the old town or new town the old town has interesting things to look at.....sooooo if i was u i would definitly go to The Beni-Beach Apartments in Benidorm...I loved it....
Not so great
well if you like a cleaning holiday this is the place for you. the rooms were dirty,the toilet filthy,the bath rotten,and the shower screen covered in mould,we had to go and buy scrubbers to do the dishes and clean, old food was in the fridge, if you want to sunbath the sun loungers are in the car park chained down so you do not take them near to the pool dont worry there are 8 of them 3 of which were broken.
there is a snack bar which opens at 10.00am and closes 4 hours later when we were there 05/08/2003 there was no gas bottles for 5 days so no food was available, you have to rent fans for the rooms as there is no air conditioning anywhere in the building, there are large glassed porches which look good but you have to keep them closed as motor bikes race along the beach all night then you cant sleep for the heat which was in the 90degs so good luck
July 12/19 2003 Floor 17, 25 floors above Sea level?... what a magnificent view from the center of the Playa De Poninente Beach. The apartment was very spacious, Bright, and relatively clean, although no air conditioning. but selective opening of front and rear windows allows a very good flow of the cool sea breeze to pass through. All utilities are available for you to self cater. A Microwave Cooker would have been a God send as the electric cooker seemed very slow, and 1 ring Front right does not work(seems they are all disconnected?) CCTV Security all around Including the lifts..........makes for good viewing? Dont get caught in the lifts like some did? watch from the reception! When you arrive by coach, you walk from the main gate, but dont realise that you are already 8 floors above sea level. there are levels 0 to -8 then 0(reception ) to 26. All accomodation is from level 1 and upwards. All lifts worked, no false alarms with Fire calls. some people just love to try them out when they are pissed? the apartment was great and would reccomend to others. also a bar and entertainment on the reception floor. although we found our own. Briefly now. Taxi fares less than 6 to the Carrefour shopping center. Less than 7 to Aquilandia/Mundomar. Busses very cheap......talking cents here, although never used the bus. We walked everywhere. Food......Seafood-Mix/ Paella/ Chinese/ English/ McDonalds/ Burger King..........never found KFC although its there! and others are all there. Benidorm is a massive concrete jungle, but nice little streets in the Old Town. Pubs everywhere. Plenty of Sun Cream required, and liquid refreshments. Catch the local bus to Terra Mitica, (One of Europes largest theme parks) from the front of the Hotel, as its cheaper than booking through the hotel? Thats it .....Our family had a great time. although it might be worth booking your holiday right at the last minute and getting a better deal? But one drawback is that you will not know what accomodation you`ll get till you get there? One couple managed 10 nights Half board for £89 per person? wow?...........we were about £360pp see the BIG Difference. Although we flew from remote Aberdeen??. seems if I travelled further South by Road/Rail and flew from Glasgow/Edinburgh or even further South would have reduced prices on the Air travel?? We learn from our past? Have a great holiday
Its A Great Place....
Well tell you what, if you ever go to Benidorm the apartment you want is Beni-Beach. The staff are so friendly, the facilities are perfect, nice pool the pool is so clean and is suitable for young children.
There so clean any problems there fixed the next day. If You want any more info on it e-mail me
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