Servigroup Pueblo Benidorm

Address: Calle de Ibiza 17, Benidorm, Costa Blanca, Valencian Country, 03503, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle de Ibiza 17, Benidorm, is near Levante Beach, Mundomar, Aqualandia, and Poniente Beach.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Servigroup Pueblo Benidorm

    Down hill sadly


    I have been to the barcelo pueblo many times, in the past five years....and have always loved this hotel,and the staff, and the location..I went there with my husband and daughter again this year on the 13/07/2004 for 2 weeks and have to sadly say this hotel has really gone down hill...the food mainly was the biggest problem,no variety at all and the breakfast that i loved so much has really changed for the worse,the dinner in the evening was dreadful on at least 11 out of the 14 nights.The pool area is not hosed down and scrubbed every morning like it once was and is grubby, and if you dont reserve a sunbed by 7.00am you dont get one when the staff finaly undo the chains at 9.15am,and it causes people to get rather niggly around the pool sadly..The entertainment in this hotel has never been good, and hasent changed for the better, in fact its worse, in the past five years,the same things are on constant, (even the stage setting is the same)childrens entertainment everynight at 9.00pm(boring)and very out dated..The thing that most concerns me is that this hotel is now doing all inclusive, as well as the basic half board,and this hotel really isnt up to the standards of an all inclusive hotel, and i,m afraid in my opinion is doomed to failure. This makes me sad as i have slowly watched a lovely 3* hotel of high quality, turn into a hotel i dont think i,ll be returning to again.. on a good note though the staff are all the same, even after all these years and are freindly and will go out of there way to help you... I think this hotel needs a new maintainance man for the pool, and a new chef, and some new english entertainment staff...thanks for reading this review.

    Absolute Rubbish


    I stayed at this Hotel with my parents over the Christmas and New Year (2003/2004) period. Its a dreadful hotel, definately NOT recommended.

    FOOD - Rubbish

    ENTERTAIMENT - Rubbish

    STAFF - Useless and Unhelpful

    LOCATION - OK, but right on top of the Market. So VERY busy on Wednesdays and Sundays

    ROOMs....Small but tidy.

    OVERALL RATING 2 out of 10.....only derserves ONE STAR!!!!

    Don't bother staying here, unless you are SPANISH, as the Hotel seemed VERY biased towards its own people

    Was this really a three star


    On the 19th of June 2004 my partner and i stayed at the Pueblo, having stayed there previously i was expecting a great holiday. However upon arrival we were allocated a tiny room, i later found out that the room was a single one and not meant for a couple.

    The food was not very good. A lot of the same dishes and nothing really spectatular. We spent most of our hoilday budget eating out!

    Fair well to the Pueblo would never consider staying there again!

    Loved it


    When we went to Benidorm and stayed in the barcelo pueblo we thought it was really clean and tidy and the food was yummy. We would go back anyday.

    Such a great hotel


    I stayed in this hotel in june 2000 and i thought it was the best hotel i had ever been 2. my dad is in a wheelchair so it was really easy for him 2 get around because there is lots of space. the rooms we satyed in were really lovely for a 3star hotel.

    its the best 3star hotel ive ever stayed in and the food was great

    Excellent Hotel


    Stayed at this hotel for the last week in Febraury 2004.

    Everything about this hotel was excellent. Rooms were very clean and comfortable. All the staff were very friendly and helpful. The food was great with a very wide selection of main dishes.

    A very, very enjoyable stay!! Would definately recommend this hotel to anyone.

    Perfection at the Pueblo


    Still revelling from my recent stay at the Pueblo. It being my first time in Benidorm I found this hotels location ideal as most things to do were in walking distance. All the staff from the entertainers ,particularly Emilio ;o), to the receptionists, were friendly and contributed to making my stay at the Pueblo the success it was. I've always felt a hotel can make or break a holiday...this definately made mine!

    Chase those winter blues away


    Lovely hotel with very friendly helpful staff. The meal times are long enough to suit everyone. Great choices on the menu and you can help yourself .....very difficult not to over do it!!!!! Only drawback was no heated pool which in the winter months is essential if you want to swim. Entertainment was also not to our taste but there is plenty of bars nearby with entertainment so there is something for everyone.

    Nice one


    we would rate it as a 4 star very clean and good food drinks good. down side weather in winter and the dinning room. can get full at tea time 540 rooms. pool nice and big + small pool. small show every night. good for a week,

    Best hotel ever


    My wife and I returned from this hotel on 2/09/03 after a week and it was the best 3Star Hotel we have stayed in and we will be returning next year

    TripAdvisor Reviews Servigroup Pueblo Benidorm

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Benidorm

    Day Camp & Tessa Time

    A travel blog entry by zoellersdospain on Jul 31, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... the group of 40 was going on a field trip, taking the tram to an Archaeological site.

    While the big girls are at camp, mom gets Tessa time! It is so awesome and unusual to have many hours to kill alone with Tess. We frequent the library, the market, neighborhood parks, and internet cafes where Tess watches a show while I do my Edgewood work.

    The orange tanktop

    A travel blog entry by zoellersdospain on Jul 27, 2015

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... and realizing lots of life’s conveniences I can actually do without. It was neat to meet the people who lived in the floors below us, and when we run into them on the elevator we chat with each other. This is one of the many "quests" the girls have been involved
    in… the quest to find a day camp, the quest to find where we’re going, the quest to locate peanut butter in the supermarket, the quest to learn how recycling works. I think ...

    Tapas Crawl

    A travel blog entry by zoellersdospain on Jul 24, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... own toppings. We
    get ice cream at least once each day.

    We strolled along past the gay pride festival in the plaza
    and found a seat overlooking the music and in this open plaza. Moira and Celia
    are like magnets with other kids their age, and quickly involved themselves in
    some pi-ca-choo (Spanish paper scissors rock)


    El atico espectacular

    A travel blog entry by zoellersdospain on Jul 22, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... 8221; are the trinkets. We’ve never met the owner, Marta, but we can tell many things by her belongings. The atico is stocked with old school toys…. Old school Spanish toys, big and little. There’s puzzles, a play kitchen, dress up clothes, a tea set which may be formal or may be for play, we don’t ...

    Bienvenidos a Alicante

    A travel blog entry by zoellersdospain on Jul 17, 2015

    4 comments, 2 photos

    Moira and I write from an internet cafe... still getting accustomed to life without wifi. We appreciated not being distracted with work email, facebook, texts, etc. but wouldn't mind knowing the weather or accessing a map now and then. Hence, this entry will be short!

    We arrived in Alicante on Monday after a long road trip through the country. We stopped in a small town Turiel for lunch and happened to stumble upon a running of the bulls festival ...