Fiesta Park Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Fiesta Park Hotel Benidorm
Terrible hotel, Food is disgusting, not enough english in the hotel.
Not a bad hotel
The Fiesta Park is not a bad hotel.
In fact I quite enjoyed it, yes there was plenty of different nationalties there but we just got on with our holiday. In fact the british were the worst for stealing the sunbeds or should I say the best.
It is a very clean hotel with a maid service every day.
The food was OK, not a massive choice but you would always find something.
The entertainment was pretty poor, but I never went to Benidorm to stay in the hotel.
The security issues seemed to have been solved as there was a guard on 24/7.
So if you are going to this hotel, don't worry, it's an OK hotel.
Maybe i'm just easy pleased.
I have recently come back from a week at the Fiesta park.
I found the standards of this hotel to be very hi for your typical 3* establishment.
Although there is a security issue. while i was there 3 rooms were brocken into. talking to other guests this is not an uncommen incident at this hotel.
Its a great shame as apart from this I don't have any serious complaints at all.
It did make me feel uncomfortable though after hearing this news.I came back most nights at about 3 in the morning and not once was I asked who I was or which room I was in!
I hope the management take note and employ a security team to patrol the hotel in the evenings.
It would be a great shame that this hotel would suffer, just from the lack of security,as apart from that,its a really nice good value and well run holiday establishment.
what a terrible 2 weeks , 90% of hotel was elderly spanish.does not cater for children in anyway staff are very un helpfull. the entertainment did not start until 22.45 and before that was ball room dancing.if you have children then please dont go there, local population enter the hotel every evening thus making it very hard to get a seat in a hotel you have paid for !!!!!!! plus sides food was quite good and the hotel was very clean but does not cater for british or kids in anyway
Not enough English
The Hotel was very clean with staff that were Ok
There was plenty of different foods that you could choose from at meal times There was no entertainment for the English and about 93% were Spanish the rest from other countries The hotel is far too much out of the way and took 45 mins to walk into New Benidorm And we are not elderley people but used to walking the cost of taxis was far too expensive Take ear plugs when you go as the walls are paper thin
What a great weekend
our stay (there were 16 of us on a hen weekend) was fantastic, the hotel is immaculately clean, the staff friendly & helpful & we all enjoyed the food there was plenty of it was extremely varied, the comments that its all chip is total tosh! yes there are chips everynight but if there wasn't the British residents would be moaning. out of 16 ladies we all found something enjoyable at every meal time. we would all recommend this hotel and would all return in the furture.
the hotel was clean the staff friendly, it did not cater for the brits at all really. the evening entertainment was all in spanish or german that was for 2 wks and there was a local gathering of yobs with silly mopeds screeming up and down every night, our first room contained warning signs to lock your balcony at night when you where in in case of break ins the food itself was poor and no facilities for people with prams they had to carry them down 2 flights of stairs for meals also dont dress for meals in trousers or skirts because you will be over dressed. and yes chips every meal. all in all we had two wks that would have been better spent in blackpool
Hotel was great
Hotel was great.Food was fantastic with all range available.They served Sunday dinner and there was chips every night(if you like that sort of thing).The resort is fantastic for everyone with fantastic beaches.If you like walking this will be a great place for you with lovely scenic walks.If shopping is your thing theres plenty for you to enjoy also.There are plenty of bars for all nationalities and are only a short walk away.
I thought that the Fiesta Park Hotel was basic but comfortible. They are very clean the maid came in everyday and cleaned up and gave clean towels. I think that every age group would enjoy being there im 17 and i went with my friend also 17 we had fun both inside the hotel and out, we went with my grandparents who also had fun and we always had something to do. The staff at the hotel are very welcoming. The food is basically the same evrynight which can get a bit over the top when you see CHIPS everynight i cant bare to eat them anymore! But if you are willing to try different foods then you will get on fine. There are alot of forigen people at the hotel, but we got on fine with them i think its because i couldnt understand them! Well all in all i had a great holiday at The Fiesta Park i thought that it was so good im going back next year!
My Experience at the Fiesta Park Hotel, Benidorm
I came back on the 28/6/2003.The reason i put ok,but with some problems is because the hotel its self is very clean staff are very helpfull and rooms are cleaned everyday but the meals are very repetative and is always served with chips which i like but after 2 weeks of them everyday i began to get fed up with the sight if them.The main thing my husband and i found was that the spanish guests who were alot older did not seem to have any manners,they would push past you whenever they got the chance,and did not seem to know how to queue espescially at meal times.For a more in depth review please feel free to email me and i will gladly tell you everything i can.
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