Flamingo Oasis

Address: Avda Severo Ochoa 3, Benidorm, Costa Blanca, Valencian Country, 03500, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avda Severo Ochoa 3, Benidorm, is near Levante Beach, Mundomar, Aqualandia, and Poniente Beach.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Flamingo Oasis Benidorm

      Poor adult entertainment

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      Stayed at the flamingo oasis june 04 everything fine, but such lack of adult entertainment. shame it really let this hotel down. food excellent, rooms excellent. staff excellent...the usual `towels on the sunbeds`

      Brilliant Value

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      My girlfriend and I stayed here in September 03.A last minute deal.All inclusive.It was clean,good food,Good entertainment.Great value.Only small faults was the pool area was a bit cramped and an excellent roofside pool and bar(adults only)was not made the most of.Would certainly recomend.

      Hotel fantastic

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      stayed at this hotel twice this year feb 1oth till 17 and 29th june till 6th july a fantastic hotel

      Minti

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      brill hotel and great staff, great entertainment and fun

      We loved the place

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      Myself and my boyfriend stayed in the hotel for a week june 2004 it was fantansic we could not find a fault with any thing there.

      Flamingo Oasis - Fantastic

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      Myself, husband, our 3 children, 2 friends and their 2 children all stayed at the Flamingo Oasis Hotel in June 2004. We were all so surprised at the standard of the hotel, food and facilities for the children (ages 1,3,6,8 and 12), the pool area was fantastic so clean and life guards at all times around the pool, the entertainment in the evenings was outstanding. For people without children the rooftop pool and bar area and entertainment lounge and bar was great (we managed to escape now and again!). All in all a brilliant holiday food especially tasty and the waiters up for a bit of fun and they love kids. Would recommend to anyone - we are definately booking again for next year!!

      Loving the flamingo oasis

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      the flamingo oasis is a lovely hotel, ideal for families. we went all inclusive and the food was plentiful and varied. also strongbow on tap included in all inc. the staff were friendly and helpful.my only gripe was it was a little out of the way from the central area of benidorm. however the hotel more than makes up for this. you really dont need to leave it.

      Simply the best

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      Stayed at the flamingo in september the hotel itself is spotless good food good lifts. Very helpfull staff its a bit out of centre of levante but everything is in hotel and if you do go into centre taxi fare is only 3 euros bewere when walking to hotel alone at night the area outside hotel is poorly lite and atracts bag snatchers the wife had hers stole on the last night of our holiday but if you have kids then the flamingo oasis is the one for you

      Excellent

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      The hotel is excellent it's great for families with young children i would recommened the flamingo oasis hotel anyday. The pool is fantastic not just for you but for the little ones as well. The children will love this hotel as it has a kids club during the day which costs the parents nothing also there is activities during the day for parents and children where you can win medals. The food is great and a choice to choose from. the levante beach is only 10 minutes walk away from the hotel and is great. If you are thinking of going on your holiday to benidorm i would highly recommened the hotel flamingo oasis.

      Loved it it was brilliant

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      I have just recently visited the flamingo benidorm with all my family and friends there was a party of 15 of us and can honestly say this was the best holiday i have ever had so far. I went to stay at the hotel on the 10th April 2004 for 7 days i went with my mum(42) dad (50) sister(7) nanna grandad, aunty uncle 2 cousins who are 4 and 13 and 2 of my mums friends and theren children who are 10,8, and 14. so as you can see there were different ages and the hotel catered for all the ages and then there was me who was 16. there was lots to do in the day as there was entertainment such as water polo pistol shooting archery activities for the younger children such as films going on in the film rooms for both adults and children. then at night you had the evening entertainment which would start off with cash bingo then the chilrens disco followed by a show or quiz then disco right through till half past 12. then if the adults want a quite drink they can go down stairs near the restaurant down to barberallas through till 2 in the morning. All of the staff are very friendly and the waiters were the highlight of the holiday for me especially Raya as he was very friendly and always spoke. the food was of a very high standard and thr hotel was very clean. the only fault that i or my family found with the hotel was that the pool was cold.This holiday for me and my family was brilliant and we all enjoyed it and i can say that we will definetly be paying it a visit again next year!!!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Flamingo Oasis Benidorm

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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