Stayed all inclusive late February. Very pleasantly surprised,and agree with all previous positive comments. Thin towels? Maybe, but you will not find it a problem. All inclusive at the bar? Not the slightest difficulty, though you might find it tough to get drunk on what they serve.
Restaurant not too crowded, admittedly it was low season.
Filled up at the weekend with Spanish people, again did'nt experience the slightest problem, and the food perked up considerably.
Food generally OK to good, with flashes of excellence.
Breakfast fine when you get to know your way around.Juice from the machine could be a lot better, likewise tea and coffee.
Can honestly say we found the staff very nice.
If you are on all inclusive, and order drinks at the dining table they give you a ticket which you hand in when leaving the restaurant.
Entertainment mostly mediocre,bingo and quizzes etc. but Monday nights firecracker girl singer was great.And opposite is the Benidorm Palace. The show we saw was fantastic and included a drink. Dinner available. You could not see a show like that in the UK for the money.
Yet again, get a pool view
Coach stops directly outside the hotel, bus stop also.
All in all, we found it a good medium standard hotel with much to recommend it. We travelled on a package from David UrqhartMore
- Fitness centre