Hotel Benidorm Plaza

Address: Via Emilio Ortuno 18, Benidorm, Costa Blanca, Valencian Country, 03501, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Emilio Ortuno 18, Benidorm, is near Levante Beach, Mundomar, Terra Mitica, and Aqualandia.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Benidorm Plaza

      Lo peor

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      Las habitaciones son mu pequeñas, calurosas y feas.

      La comida pesima y el servicio deja mucho que desear.

      NO LO RECOMIENDO NI A MI PEOR ENEMIGO

      No way a 4*

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      This hotel does not warrent its 4* rating. The food was not good. I am a vegetarian and the choice was salad and little else. Plenty of rabbit, veal and lamb for meat eaters. The furnishings are not 4* standard. The rooms have such thin walls that we could have had a conversation with the people in the next rooms. Location is good. Glad to get home a fortnight was long enough.

      Just the Best.

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      My husband and I have spent 9 holidays there and have never had a problem with anything, the food has always been splendid, the choices are unbelieveable and even at Christmas and New Year you can not find a better atmosphere and the staff are almost the same each year, makes you feel family. the owners are there every day, truly a family run hotel. I challenge anyone to disagree with my views. well done Plaza.

      Diane and Derek Peek. Norwich.

      Top class hotel, good value for money

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      We thoroughly enjoyed staying at the Hotel. Food is excellent, choice is great and not repetitive. Staff were always freindly and attentive. The additional benefits is of course the seperate room for the ballroom and sequence dancing during the winter months. The dance leaders, Tom and Agnes, are the best in the resort, giving an allround programme to cover everyones dancing requests. The entertainment during the evening could have been better, but was adequate.

      All in all good value for money, excellent dancing programme for the winter, centrally located to both Old and New Benidorm town, and has a very good security system.

      4 Star = Quality

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      I've just come back from Benidorm with my brother, i'm 27 and he's 32. This hotel was not really suited to our age range, so if your young and like to play music etc before going out this probably isn't the place for you.

      However i did find the place of a very high standard. Good food, (helpful if you like fish) !!! Very clean, the maids are there daily and do a very good job and all the staff are very friendly and helpful. The men who work in the resturant took some getting used to though, as you'd literally be putting your folk down and the plate was whipped away from you before you'd actually had the chance to even think.

      The pool wasn't the biggest either, and only has sun up until 3.45pm which is not what i'm used to either. Decent location, good for shops, beach etc not so good for the nightclubs. 15 / 20 mins walk.

      Conclusion, very nice hotel for the older generation who like shops, local bars and fish!!!

      Loved Benidorm Plaza

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      First class Hotel for food and comfortable rooms but I have to agree about it being geared more for the Spanish on some of the entertainment nights. Met some great friends.

      Fab time

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      Went to this hotel last summer with 2 friends, it was fantastic. The food was excellent and varied every evening, the only complaint I would have is that I felt the entertainment was geared towards the Spanish but this would not stop me from booking up again.

      The best hotel

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      The Benidorm Plaza is a great hotel. I have stayed there about 4 times and its a friendly hotel with great staff,good food and not too far from Old Town or Levante Beach. They have a large dance floor with good entertainment nightly,and great bar staff. The rooms are superb and every thing about this hotel is first class.

      Great comfy beds!!!

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      we have just got back from the benidorm plaza and what a great week we had.the weather was great,not bad for january.the hotel has a nice atmosphere and the food was good,especially if you like fish!the bedrooms were very comfortable and clean.we wre probably the youngest there but that didnt matter as everyone was really friendly.it made a nice change not to have to battle to get your meals like some hotels!.the location was great,very central for everything but quiet enough to get a decent nights sleep.there is a great cheap bar down the road,the stadium,2 bottles of beer for a euro! and some of the restaurants are better than back home.

      Great Hotel

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      I have stayed at this hotel 6 times. The location is excellent 5 minutes from the beach, 2 minutes from the old town with all the shops, bars etc. The food in the hotel is 1st class, lots of choice, and well cooked. There is always a regional Spanish dish to try at every meal, and there is a weekly Valencian dinner and a Gala dinner which is amazing. The rooms are comfortable and clean, and there is dancing to live music most evenings in the ballroom. I think this hotel is most suited to adults as there is little entertainment for children, but we usually go out of season in October. The clientele are mostly Spanish which we like as well.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Benidorm Plaza

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