MedPlaya Hotel Rio Park
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Historical Traveler Reviews MedPlaya Hotel Rio Park Benidorm
me n ma mam n ma dad n ma m8...stayed at the rio park, it was well wicked, loadsa teenagers and young kids. big pool, excelent sunbathing area, good rooms one thing wrong - no air conditioning. Just 5 min walk from The Square!!!!!! overall holiday was amazing (spesh for teenagers, who wanna go to the square, yav gota go its klass! lol) ask around for it! we recomend Lennons,Chaplins and the Beachcomer n Jokers is good afta 5am. Love sophie.T n Anna.G of the boro, 2k3 age 14
Best place to stay
This Hotel is rated as a 2*, I usually stay in 4* and have to say the Hotel is EXCELLENT. The service, hygene and food are better than some 4* Hotels I have stayed in. Would have no hesitation in returning to the Rio Park, Benidorm THe Jamieson Family
food and accomondation was great, already booked for next year, cant wait for return.
My husband and stayed at the Rio park Hotel for a week. Rooms basic but very clean, maids cleaned the room every day. The food was fantastic, there was a wide variation, I read of bad reports of the food, all I can say these people who made these remarks must have been really picky eaters. There are plenty of sunbeds you really don't have to put your towel out at 6am in the morning "only if you want a poolside view". All the staff are very helpful. GOOD VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY 2* HOTEL MORE LIKE A 3* We hope to go back for Christmas, if not we are definately going back next year.
The Rio Park is a two star on paper only. The service from all staff was exceptional and the hotel was well presented.the food was of A class standard With a large pool ,sun terrace and outdoor bar as well as two bars inside the hotel you every need was met. Highly reccomended
Wonderful friendly hotel
we were that impressed we are going back this year for two weeks, the food was A1 the staff were Brilliant and the location is just right, this hotel caters for everyone.
Me and my boyfriend recently stayed at the Rio Park and we thought it was a reasonably good hotel. The room was clean and we had a good view from the balcony. However, we went half board but spent most of the time eating out becuase the food was not very good. The waiter and reception service was very friendly.
Fantastic time !
Me and my friend stayed at this Hotel for our 40 th Birthday. Location was great, Hotel clean andFood was very good really. We could not complainthe Staff were friendly what more can I say !
Rio park great
stayed at reo park for two weeks great time can't wait to go back. food good staff briliant hotel clean and quiet. very close to beach and clubs or the old town if you want a quiet evening. bouble rooms have own balcony tastefully furnished with nice bathroom what else can i say just loved the place
Loved the rio park
we thought the rio park was great, the staff were great and very entertainig i would recommend this hotel to anyone who was looking for a family holiday.
TripAdvisor Reviews MedPlaya Hotel Rio Park Benidorm
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