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All reviewsold towntables and chairsbudget hotelcleaned every daybalcony overlooking the poolnights half boardwalls are paper thinminute walkdove parkcleaned dailytaxi rankponiente beachcheck in was quicksmall poolbed and breakfastbooked this hotelnight stay
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Reviewed 10 October 2013

Having read all comparatively recent reviews regarding this hotel, I agree with most points raised. Clean place; rooms of good size. Food - although of limited choice with regards to 'hot food' and not the Spanish tradition for a 'cold menu' such as salads etc.. - was well cooked and tasted good. Staff are polite and all speak limited-English which is fine but may prove to be a problem if you have a more pressing problem (like we did eventually!). There is a young man who works the night-shift on reception, and whose English is excellent/ fluent. Not too sure why his skills are not used more...in the daytime? Then again - this hotel is in a 'Spanish area' of Benidorm and overwhelmingly the other guests are Spanish. There was a sprinkling of Brits though. We had a 3 year old boy with us so will mention the hotel-pool with that regard: it is not for children; far too deep so we didn't venture near it. Our only problem with the Camposol arose when leaving. You have to be out of your room by 11.30 am. They telephone your room to make sure of it. The hotel, in my estimation, was at most half full so I was expecting possibly some sort of 'lee-way'?. I did ask the morning/ daytime receptionist about the subject of leaving as I had concerns about the very lengthy wait for our transfer-coach (and as we had a 3 year old boy) but on both occasions he just muttered "out before 11.30"...and there seemed to be very little empathy with him! We were not offered any 'stay in room for extra money' deal either. To make matters worse - the hotel is absolutely NO courtesy-room. NO place to have a shower and to change clothing and freshen up for your flight. We had almost a 9 hour wait for our transfer. It was a boiling hot day with high humidity and our little one was a little unwell. We ended up changing into our home-flight clothes in the lounge area toilets which, unlike most of the hotel, we're not of a particularly great standard, and extremely small/ cramped (approx. 8 by 6 if that!). Surely, for a 2 star hotel - this situation cannot be right?

Room Tip: Our room was fitted with modern flat screen TV and, although all TV channels are in Spanish - it has the facility to accept a USB stick so you could possibly play back and watch anything - film etc? Not sure if these TV's are standard throughout this hotel though.
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with family
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7  Thank MerseyMiniMan
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Reviewed 15 September 2013

Just returned from a 6 day stay at the Camposol, we had full board and can honestly say the food was pretty good, loads of fresh fruits and salad , meat and fish selection every time, dining room pleasant.
The Hotel itself is in a good location , near to shops, bars etc and a short walk to the beach , we didn,t use the hotel bar much as it had little atmosphere and the female bartender was borderline rude , other than her all the staff were pleasant and helpful.
The Hotel is spotless , we didn,t have a balcony and although we asked we were told there were none available but there was a sun terrace on the same floor.
The pool is pleasant but only ok for sitting around and cooling down, no sun loungers and not much sun anyway.
Its quiet during the night which is big plus if you are a light sleeper.
Safety deposit boxes in reception , 15 euros for the week.
Take a travel kettle and coffee etc, none in the room.

Room Tip: Ask for a poolside room with a balcony
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank vonj323
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Reviewed 7 September 2013

My partner and I have just got back from two weeks at Hotel Camposol on a half board basis. We got a cheap deal through one of the late deal websites and were really pleasantly surprised by this hotel especially as it is only a 2 star. When we arrived we were really pleased by the location, it’s up a little bit of a bank which for anyone less mobile may be a little difficult but for us it was perfect. A couple of minutes stroll down to reach the centre of the Old Town and less than 5 minutes from the hotel to Poniente beach.
The central areas of the hotel and our room were absolutely spotless, the maids do a great job and unless you hang the do not disturb sign they come in every day to clean and make up the room. The other hotel staff were all really pleasant as well. The room itself had everything that we needed and the beds were comfortable, as our room was at the back and next to the hollow that runs up through the middle of the hotel it was very warm but the air conditioning meant that whenever we were in the room we could get the temperature back down quickly and easily. The only thing that we were a bit disappointed about was that we had written to the hotel after reading the reviews on Trip Advisor to ask for a room with a balcony overlooking the pool and we still got one of the rooms with a balcony overlooking the other rooms in the middle of the hotel. The balcony was tiny and only had space for one chair and was so warm that was unpleasant to sit out, that said it was great for drying off wet swimming stuff and towels!
We had booked half board as it was only £40 each extra (on top of the B&B price) for the fortnight and so even though it was our intention to eat out a lot we thought it would be worth it even if we only ate at the hotel a few times. In hindsight we would probably have been best going B&B as we like to eat so much and it was only 7 euros for an evening meal or lunch at the hotel anyway. The dinners at the hotel were not bad, there was always a lovely salad selection which I personally find to be great in the hot weather, there was a soup every evening as well which was generally very nice. The hot main courses consisted of at least one meat and one fish dish and vegetables, these varied in quality but this is of course personal taste and we would sometimes look what was on at the hotel before deciding whether to eat out or dine at the hotel. The hotel house red is only 3 euros a bottle and is very drinkable and they will even keep it for you for the next evening if you do not want the whole bottle. The options for breakfast were good, there was cereal, you could make your own toast and every morning there were fried eggs, streaky bacon, beans or tomatoes and a kind of sausage.
The hotel also has a reasonably priced bar, where a pint of Amsel is 2 euros and a glass of El Coto red is only 1 euro. The bar area was perfectly pleasant and had two PCs with internet access which again was fairly reasonably priced. The pool area, as mentioned on several other reviews, is in the shade all the day but this was quite nice as it meant when it got too hot at the beach it was somewhere pleasant to cool off out of the sun.
I would definitely stay at this hotel again, it was great value and the location was ideal.

Room Tip: Rooms overlooking the pool have the best balconies.
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank pookinwookin
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Reviewed 29 August 2013

Very nice, food excellent, very clean loved it, not far from the beach.The staff were spanish, so it was a bit hard to explain things, but over all very pleasant, nr to beach, but shops not near .So eating out was due to asking where to go, I found Coach and Horse on the front very nice and English food, I.e. pork chops, steak, saalads and burgers nice x

Room Tip: I enjoyed the 5th floor there was a lovely terrace with sun loungers x
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled solo
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Thank Dee55_12
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Reviewed 23 August 2013

stayed in August Mon-Fri. Hotel was clean enough - certainly by Benidorm standards! Offers good basic accommodation and friendly staff who attend to any need you may have. Slight drawback is if you have a room "at the back" as the balcony opens up into a central void which can become a heat trap - weather was really nice while we was there so the air conditioning was certainly in use

Room Tip: Aim to have a room on the front overlooking the pool so that you get a proper balcony
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank WestbourneBPL
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