Camposol

Address: Apolo XI, 17, Benidorm, Costa Blanca, Valencian Country, 03500, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Apolo XI, 17, Benidorm, is near Levante Beach, Terra Mitica, Poniente Beach, and Cala Finestrat Beach.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Camposol Benidorm

      Loved it

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      I organised a Group Booking at the hotel, there was 17 girls on the trip we are called "Fat Friends", and are from South Wales. We had the best times of our lives, we had an absolute ball.

      Yes the hotel was basic, but the hotel was absolutely spotless. Cleaned daily, including fresh towells and fresh bedding.

      The Breakfast was a typical "Continental Breakfast", which includes the usual Bread Rolls, Ham, Cheese, Eggs & Bacon, Orange Juice, Tea, Coffee etc.

      We met up with a great group of guys who were absolutely brilliant company, and us girls can't wait to book up again next year. We are definately booking Hotel Camposol next year.

      Wicked.

      Very clean BUT the Spanish holiday makers....

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      I have just come home from a Hen party weekend at the camposol, the rooms were very basic but also very clean, we had maid service every day with clean towels and beds made.

      BUT, if you are English you get the very basic accomodation, our window (no balcony) looked across to the opposite window, if you stretched arms you could have shaken hands with the opposite occupants, it was like looking down a lift shaft (we were on the 5th floor). All the Pool side balconies and nice rooms were for the spanish, even having booked this hotel last january.

      Our Hen Party i have to say were very quiet, there were 24 of us all in total, age ranging from 25 to 60, Friday night was a Spanish Organ music night, All the spanish guests were dancing happily. when it came to 11.35 and we tried to get a drink we were told that the bar was closed.!!!!!!! 11.50 all the lights around the pool and bar were turned off, we had no choice but to leave.

      The pool is is the shade all day, but it you get up to the 5th floor there is a communal balcony that gets sun early morning, anyone can go, all in all this is a place to rest your head, after a hard night out, VERY CLEAN again the receptionists are lovely but the bar staff *?{#@$%*&0#~###

      VERY BASIC IT IS WHAT IT IS CLEAN BASIC POOR

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      Hotel Camposol was a basic hotel we stayed there in August with our 2 kids, we had 4 beds in one room. The room was air conditioned thank God, was cleaned every day, the pool was by far the best bit, small but shaded a welcome relief from the intense afternoon heat.

      The food was Spanish, we ended up calling it THE SLOP, lots of Brits ate elsewhere, it was repetative and boring, very basic.

      My 6 year old looked forward to the desserts, one night it was what looked like custard with a biscuit on the top! My son and all the other little ones did not eat it. They layed on cheap cheap food on mass,the coffee was awful.

      The hotel staff were moody, no inter action, no attempt to speak.

      It was basic, clean, up the top of a hill that was a nightmare in the 35 degrees plus heat to climb.

      Would I go again? If I absolutely could not afford another hotel then....NO!!

      Poor , never again

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      very very very basic, worst room and hotel to stay, pool was small and if you do decide to stay the sun doesnt come until after lunch, the bar staff where nice and pleasent but reception where grumpy miserabile, not far from beach so youd better stay there after your dinner,, id say you could get much better for money ,we where charged 63euro per nite and the breakfast for worse ever so had to eat 3 times per day out,, ENTER AT OWN RISK,

      Good budget hotel, dont believe all reviews

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      Hotel fine for 20 a night. Slight smell at first from cleaning materials but soon disappeared. Clean comfortable room, bed linen and towells changed daily. Balcony rooms fine.Air con, TV, only Spanish though. No sign of any yobs, great nights sleep. Spanish pensioners were fine. Lift not held together by selotape, fine if you are not a child jumping up and down all the time. No stale rolls and coffee but crusty rolls with a selection of eggs, bacon, salami, mushrooms, toms, cheese, ham, spam ,cereals, juices, pastries, fruit for breakfast, much better than i thought after previous reviews!! Pool small but clean, sunny only late pm. Hotel caters mainly for Spanish so dont expect British package holiday welcome/ knees up every night. Plenty entertainment locally. Waiteresses/ staff work very hard. Good position 5 mins from beach. As Basil Fawlty said, When you look out of a Torquay hotel window, dont expect to see the leaning tower of Pisa, Herds of Wilderbeasts racing across the Serengeti!! You get what you pay for ie. a 2 star hotel not the Ritz!!

      Don't Do it!!!!!!!!!!

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      What can I say... we arrived to be given to keys to a cupboard, it was an internal room with a window looking out onto an internal tunnel (for want of a better word), it smelt frusty! and had two campbeds in it, there was no plug in the bedroom, has to use plug in the bathroom - you had to practically stand in the bath to open the door to get out. Despite the smell the rooms were clean, but basic is not the word it felt like a prison cell had we been staying for longer than 3 nights would have checked out straight away. It was full of Spainish pensioners and the atmosphere left alot to be desired - bar staff and maids we friendly enough - however reception staff were awful. The highlight of the hotel for us was watching a young British lad repeatedly jump in the pool and drown a couple of old spainish dragons with water...it was fab ... did consider joining him....

      Orrid

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      Worst hotel I have ever booked online. Taken over by large groups of yobs - the manager had ran off & left the staff to try and cope. They closed up shop at midnight (or often before) to avoid trouble - leaving sensible residents to be woken usually at 2am AND 4am AND 6am by large drunken groups bouncing round the hotel. I really would advise you to stay just about anywhere but here. I have stayed in very basic accommodation sometimes noisy without problem but this really was the pits!

      Absolute rubbish

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      Worst Hotel I have ever stayed in.

      Smelly rooms. Staff unhelpful food atrocious.

      Beds Broken. Floor of the lift was stuck down with tape.

      Breakfast was a bread roll and a cup of tea.

      Evening Meal was cold and unappetising salad was limp obviously old.

      Sweets were ice cream and anything left from lunch and the night before.

      Crockery filthy.

      Swimmimg pool never used because it never got any sun.

      Avoid it.

      Every Meal we had to eat out.

      Very happy with this hotel

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      My Husband and I have just returned from this Hotel, we stayed 2 weeks. the first impression was how clean and bright the rooms were. Before we went, we read reviews saying the rooms were sparse? we found them quite ample for our needs.

      The cleaners came in every day to tidy and clean, change towels and change sheets, that was really nice as we like fresh beds, the mattresses were new and fresh, we noticed they were changing mattresses in all vacated rooms so they must also do this regular.

      The receptionists were very friendly, one in particular, his name was John he spoke perfect English and was very helpful, he told us he had an irish wife and her family lived very close to our home town, that made the situation even more friendly.

      There was also an outstanding barman, his name was (sounded like) Manu He was always smiling, joking and making us laugh, he helped us a lot with our Spanish language too. Manu was a young man but very charming to us OAPs

      The pool was always in the shade but very cooling after long hot strolls. In the surrounding area there were tables and chairs, lots of little raised garden plots with palm trees and shrubs where you could sit in the cool.

      All in all this for us was a very reasonably priced very satisfactory stay. You can't lose if you want a truly Spanish Holiday, the hotel has mostly Spanish people stay there but quite a few English too. The food is mostly Spanish you can make up a tasty meal choice with some English titbits amonst the menu. Breakfast is all types of cobs and rolls, cakes and biscuits coffee chocolate or tea drinks.

      The old town area of benidorm near the Camposol Hotel is as Spanish as you can get

      Clean hotel

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      hotel really clean.Food OK if you like salad and spanish food.Hotel spoilt by yobs who came in at 6am shouting and breaking glasses. would recommend but not in Aiugust when yobs are about. Hotel deserves better clientel

      TripAdvisor Reviews Camposol Benidorm

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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