Located close to Rincon de Loix Beach, this four star Secret Hotel is equally suited for those travelling for work or leisure, with comprehensive business facilities including audio/visual equipment and meeting rooms alongside first class leisure facilities such as a swimming pool, beauty treatments and a fully equipped gym. This modern and stylish hotel near the beach is family friendly, complete with a children’s play area and pool and a kid’s club offering fun activities. Guest rooms are equipped with cable television and come with their own balcony/terrace area as well as being serviced by daily housekeeping. In the evenings, relax with friends and family in the lobby bar with a live pianist every night, or head to the onsite pub for live entertainment and music.
The beaches have got to be Benidorm’s main draw, offering water sports and plenty of sun in the summer months. The main, and biggest, beaches in the town are Poniente and Levante but couples should head to Malpas beach, where they can get away from the crowds and enjoy each others company in more relaxing surroundings. In the evenings, the town is alive with live music, comedy shows and bars and nightclubs open until breakfast time! Yes there’s a reason why this pretty costal town is so popular with lads weekends and girly getaways. Head to the thick of it, along the strip, and find a watering hole to suit your taste. For home comforts such as free wifi, tasty baguettes and a cooling system to spray you down when it gets too hot, head to the Secret Fountain Roof Bar Garden. Looking for somewhere to boogy the night away? Head to the Hippodrome in the main square.
Contrary to belief, Benidorm isn’t just about the beaches and parties though. Experience the more relaxed and traditional side to Costa Blanca life with a trip to the pretty towns of Altea or Biar. Culture vultures can get their fix at the latter, home to a 13th century castle. Stood high above the town, it’s a great place to enjoy a picnic and the views or indeed brush up on your Spanish history and find out more about the local culture.
Benidorm is very family orenitated and there’s a whole host of activities to keep your little ones entertained. Aqualandia is on the outskirts of the town and as one of the worlds biggest water parks you can expect plenty of waterslides, chutes and swimming pools with wave simulation. There’s even an area dedicated to younger children so whether you’re visiting with teens or toddlers you’re guaranteed a fun and safe day out.