Hotel Magic Villa de Benidorm
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Magic Villa de Benidorm
Not for kids
Was dissapointed with facilities at this hotel.No entertainment for children .Unless they can play pool.Evening cabaret regularly failed to appear.For all inc hotel found facilities poor.
Good hol but the midgies
enjoyed our holiday,food fine for being all inclusive,nite entertainment okay most nights,staff a bit dour i think due to shortage of staff and long hours,but the thing that really put me off was that my wife and child were covered in midgey bites.we,ve been to benidorm lots of times and have never experienced this.hotel and rooms appeared to be clean enough.my family was,nt the only ones to be bitten lots of other guests where the same
Ihave stayed in the monike ,which is further round the bay and it was superb ,that is why we decided to try another amigos hotel .The first dissapointment was there is no rooms with balconys,which we really missed ,secondly no snack bar in the day time ,for some reason the staff apart from the restaurant manager were so unhelpfull and rude ,almost to the point off feeling uncomfortable and we were an inconvienance to them ,would never stay in this particular amigos hotel again
Fun , fun ,fun
this hotel is the best i have every been in .it is central to all amenities ,snack bar a the side of the pool offered good food. the entertainment wasn't that good but watchable.staff very friendly rep was excellent and fun.
the things i didn't like was fighting for a space around the pool, the pool is big enough but the space around the edge of the pool is very very small. no balcony spot the hoilday alittle . but overall the hotel is a must.
This year will the third time that we have stayed at this Hotel, everything about our stay has always been enjoyable from the friendly staff to the comfort of our rooms. The only complaint that I can make is that the time seems to fly too fast
hotel villa de benidorm is great but girls, watch out for the bar men yeah, they're gorgeous but after anything they can get and love to flirt. this is a great hotel and has brill nite entertainment once you get into it. but theres something for everyone here.
The best hotel ever
hi i go to benidorm every year without fail i have always stayed in hotel villa de benidorm it is a frindly hotel and the staff are pleasant the food is greeat has loadsa varietys of food to select from!
the hotel rooms are nice and big the ideal for a family of 4 and great for a couple! i know all the staff at villa de benidorm and they couldnt be more nicer! just want to add i am looking forward in going back this year again to the same hotel i am going twice this year and in the same hotel! its a nice one :-)
Visited in November
I stayed at the villa de benidorm in November with my husband, 3 year old son and 18 month old twin boys. The weather wasn't warm enough to use the out door pool so we tried the indoor pool which was unfortunately too cold.
The variety of hot food wasn't great either.
I expect it is a great place to stay in the busy season, when all the entertainment is on, but it was quite dissapointing when we went in November.
Paradise on earth
The hotel VILLA DE BENIDORM was (in one word)fantastic, the staff, the food, the location, the facilities, everything about this hotel was just smashing . We felt so comfortable the whole family enjoyed every minute , from my 2 year old son to my 73 year old (great)grandad . It was so child friendly even the staff had a kick about with the kids, our family consisted of a 25 yr old 26, 27, 22, 2. 4, 49 + 73 all ages yet they accounted for each `n` every one of us, we cannot thank them enough.............SEE YA NEXT YEAR P.S every holiday maker we met was brilliant not one lout amungst `em. (if PHILS family read this SONNY sends big hug to SOPHIE and MITCHELL says big `ello to STUART)
The best hotel ever
i go benidorm every chrimbo and absolutley love it.the best place to stay is the villa de benidorm. it is an all inclusive hotel ans part of the amigos group.it is situated in the best part of benidorm in the lavante area and there is always something for every 1 close by.its also not far from the square which is a bonus!!!! The hotel itself is english freindly and the staff are freindly and work hard specually for xmas day and new years eve gala meals!! the only down side to this hotel is that the entertainment is poor unless your a bingo fan! i advise and reccomend anybody to stay here over christmas but dont book to soon make sure you save a space for me!!!!
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We have finally arrived at our destination and are now enjoying an evening on the terrace in Casa Verde! So far we have settled in, unpacked, spotted some geckos and mountain goats and began to think about our exciting plans for the next fortnight! Tomorrow we are all looking forward to starting off our sun tans in the sun of ...
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Another hot sunny day started with the, by now, customary freshly squeezed orange juice to accompany a healthy breakfast of Greek yoghurt and cherries. Ok, plus a croissant or two. We headed in Xabia, a fairly large town with a long, deep beach that, as this is now high season, was pretty crowded. A few weeks ago it was more or less empty. After drinks at one of the many bars and restaurants along the promenade we headed off to the quieter 'private' beach we went to ...
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As we drove out of Granada having thoroughly enjoyed our stay, our only plan was to head across to the coast and start making our way north. It was only when we stopped for lunch and pulled out the map that we randomly selected a seaside village by the name of Calpe situated near a point along the Costa Blanca between Alicante and Valencia.
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