Your Total Guide to All the events In Benidorm, Best Hotels and all stuff Number One.
Has Benidorm got many hotels? Well, it's quite incredible, but this relatively small town of just thirty-seven square kilometres boasts more hotel stars than the whole of Greece. And, owing to the high quality of service on offer and value for money package deals the resort has managed to maintain its enormous popularity, boasting a staggering 90's year round occupancy, for over four decades.
The most prominent hotel in Benidorm is of course the Gran Hotel Bali, located specifically in La Cala. Owing to its hugely impressive jutting towers the Bali immediately altered the Benidorm skyline forever when it was constructed back in 2002. At 186 metres this impressive hotel is one of the highest constructions in Spain. Its facilities include two uniquely designed swimming pools, four lounge bars and an extensive day and night entertainment programme for adults and children.
Without a shadow of a doubt the Gran Hotel Bali is an impressive accommodation! Nevertheless, it is not recognised in the resort as being the most friendly hotel to the average person's budget - Compared, should we say, to most hotels! Neither is it located nearby to the most popular areas of the town that perhaps most holidaymakers look for when booking their holiday to Benidorm.
When booking accommodation in the Old Town you may well be hoping to stumble upon a delightful undiscovered little family-run hostal. In this case you may well be disappointed. However, there are plenty of comfortable two and three-star hotels on the streets running away from the famous Avenida Almendros (Almond Avenue) where you can enjoy a good night�s sleep at a very reasonable price.
To help you get the best accommodation deals in Benidorm, we have teamed up with the best hotels to offer you the best rates. To find the best hotels at the best prices just take a look through our Benidorm hotel list and make your choice accordingly!
Benidorm is sometimes referred to as the "Manhattan of the Costa Blanca" owing to its overwhelming number of skyscraper hotels and apartment blocks! Fortunately, however, the buildings in Benidorm have not been built shoulder-to-shoulder, as is the case in New York. In actual fact, by law, any given multi-storey construction may only occupy 30 per cent of any given plot thus allowing each one to stand individually letting sun and light to reach all four sides of the building during the day. And also leaving sufficient space for green recreational areas and swimming pools.