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Travel Blogs from Benidorm
... show up at the appointed time and enjoy the fellowship of some very nice people.
On the last two Wednesdays we tackled a couple of easy/moderate routes, one a good climb, the other a long (19kms) walk on a beautiful abandoned railway bed.
Here are the descriptions that Bill shares with the group in advance of the walks:
... model with warranty coverage. We even bid on one vehicle but it sold for more than our target price so on Friday we visited the local Volvo dealer to see what they had for resale.
I think we found a wonderful car. An XC60 2.4D. Large enough for comfortable road trips and airport pickups (room for luggage!) And of course good for any IKEA trips (hopefully not many more for us! LOL).
Ok yet again we have been slack in updating the blog but life is to be lived after all.
Not all of you may know that we moved to Edinburgh in July last year and what a fab place. And also found a great Bikram yoga place that both Mr and Mrs Mac enjoy ( yes he goes too) A castle and Harvey Nichs what more could we want ? A great Hogmany followed by ...
With all of our business done in Stockholm, we were able to go to El Campello for awhile! We were excited to return to our seaside apartment. The grey days in Stockholm were starting to take their toll.
Norwegian Air offers great schedules to Alicante and we were happy to fly out on Thursday morning. We had a 2 hour layover in Copenhagen and arrived at our destination at 15:30. A long wait for luggage and the slow service at the Hertz counter dulled ...
... gave us the wrong apartment or what but I am glad to have left the country before they could send the correct bill haha. The next day we had time for a nice lunch and then it was back on the train for Barcelona! We said goodbye to Harry and Sandy at that point and the next day we were on another train headed for Montpellier in France. We actually just stopped in Montpellier for a rest day but it turned out to be ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Melia Benidorm
You wont regret saying at the melia
We stayed in the melia in may 2004 when we arrved at the melia we upgraded our room to a juior suite we had our own sunbathing area with our own sunbeds the balcony was bigger than our back garden at home and we had a conservitory out on the balcony with a huge round bath sunk into the floor which would fit about 4 people we had a huge bed fesh flowers deliverd every day and maid service twice a day. the food was ok but benidorm is quite cheap for eating out anyway .I would definitly go back to the melia infact i am thinkig abou going again this year.
Who gave this hotel 4 stars
Just returned from the worst hotel ive ever stayed in. Hotel reception looks impresive, rooms dirty, food not edible, cold, no choice, even had 2 microwaves to heat it up. Pool filthy. Thank god for UNION JACK BAR and CHINA GARDEN. Would not recomend to ANYBODY.
Brilliant hotel in benidorm
had a great family holiday at the melia benidorm was abit apprehensive about benidorm as heard it was a bit tacky but staying in the melia hotel was brilliant away from the tackiness in a nicer location not far from beach and ammenities every thing was good clean bright and modern. Pool and gardens lovely best in benidorm didnt see any other hotels better. this hotel deserves its 4 stars and my family would defenatly go back to the melia
I visited Benidorm for the first time this February. The Melia is without doubt the classiest hotel in hte town - we went to look at others. But in some ways it is out of place. The hotel had some regular Benidorm types who were not happy. The hotel is beautiful and about 10 minutes stroll from the beach - longer if you have a zimmer which a lot of people in Benidorm seemed to have! The indoor pool was lovely, and the health spa and treatments excelllent and very good value. I had a fantastic mens facial and body wrap and massage. The room was excellent with big bathroom and balcony. The hotel bar had a piano player in the evening. But there were some older types who wanted entertainment - bingo, karaoke etc. And there was none. The hotel was VERY quiet in the evening which suited us and the Spanish business types staying there.
we stayed at the melia hotel benidorm in sept 2003 .we are now going back again 23 3 2004 cant wait.everything was first class
What an amazing hotel. The staff are excellent..the food is of an unbelievable standard and it is like staying in a palace. Location great and amenities plentiful....This is the best hotel in Benidorm today. I have visited 6 times up to now and the prices are extremely reasonable. Great job!!
Hotel excellent.. food not
Wonderful modern hotel with wonderful gardens and pool area,very comfortable sunbeds always plenty.Rooms very stylish and immaculate with free safety deposit box, mini fridge,hairdryer and toiletries. The food was a big let down always pork or chicken very bland and uninteresting. Please watch the coffee pots at breakfast as they could be quite dangerous as the lids have a life of their own. I could have been badly scalded twice but luckily the coffee was more often than not quite tepid. I will use this hotel again because as it is quite new I think they might try and improve its food and dining arrangements, but the Hotel itself and its location were very good
We have just arrived back from a fortnights stay in the Melia, Benidorm. The Melia is really impressive when you walk in. It looks really great, the reception, the pool area and the rooms. All very nice.But after that it falls down drastically. For a four star hotel, the food is terrible,it's either undercooked, overcooked or cold. The choice is limited especially the salad bar. You queue to get in the restaurant, queue to get out of the restaurant, queue for your food.
The Melia Benidorm is just about the best hotel we have ever stayed in. It is modern, very clean and the pool is to die for !! All the staff are really friendly but very professional as well.It really is a superb hotel and would have no hesitation in recommending to anyone. ps--check out the ROBOT that cleans the pool !!
This hotel was the most amazing hotel I have EVER stayed in. We got a great deal on the internet so my boyfriend and I did not expect much. We arrived and were gobsmacked. The reception is gigantic, our room was fully air conditioned and the several pools were luxurious. There were plenty of sun loungers and the hotel provides you with towels for these free of charge. The drinks were a little expensive but that was to be expected. We went in July 2002 and the hotel had been opened only 6 months and the staff were asking for feedback - our only complaint was that the lifts took too long and the corridors were not as air conditioned as the rest of the hotel. The staff were so polite and helpful. We only stayed 2 nights but I wish we could have stayed longer. Not many Brits in the hotel (which we saw as a good sign - even though we are British.) The breakfasts were amazing, there was food to satisfy the largest appetites and because there were so many nationalities (with different breakfast tastes) - this was reflected in the food. The swimming and the sunbathing areas are spotless. There was a very famous spanish girl staying there (a pop star I think) as there were lots of fans outside at all times - so if its good enough for her !! .....