With a sandy beach and Benidorm’s nightlife on your doorstep, this hotel scores top marks for location.
The Port Benidorm, formerly known as Los Dalmatas, had a complete makeover in 2016. You can expect modernised rooms, a revamped pool, a bigger sun terrace and a brand-new bar.
When it comes to location, this place is spot on. It’s just a couple of minutes’ walk from Levante Beach, and there are plenty of bars in the surrounding area. As for days out, you’re five minutes’ drive from a waterpark.
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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The pool here comes lined with a terrace and lawn area dotted with loungers. There's a pool bar in easy reach, too.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with a range of international dishes to choose from.
Open from May to October with a range of drinks to choose from. Lunchtime buffets are held here for those staying All Inclusive, too.
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Twin Room with Balcony
These twin rooms have a modern feel to them with glass bathroom doors and come complete with air-conditioning, Wi-Fi*, and a safety deposit box*. A balcony offers some outside space, too.
Deluxe Superior Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony
These deluxe superior rooms have a modern feel to them with glass bathroom doors. They include Wi-Fi*, air-conditioning, a safe* and a balcony.
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Nice clean hotel for winter sun
On arrival there was a large queue at reception as three coaches dropped people off within 10 minutes. This is not the hotels fault as its down to flight times, but they dealt with guests quickly and efficiently. We had an early flight so arrived around midday - some people were told to come back at 2 (they stored the luggage) for their room to be ready, but thankfully ours was ready (as were many others). A gentleman showed us how to use the lifts. Its not complicated, but the most frustrating time for us was after breakfast trying to go to the pool/out of the hotel as it was very busy, but other than that we had no problems. The room was very clean and bright, and was well cleaned every day (though sometimes not until around 2 o'clock - not an issue for us.) The hot water in the shower was plentiful and constant (unlike some hotels where if someone down the corridor flushed the loo you were scolded), and the towels were of good quality. The food in the hotel was variable. Starters/salad bar were lovely, as were the deserts and fruit selection. The mains however were hit and miss, both in quality and in temperature. There are 3 different places to get warm food, and if you want bits from each to make your meal you have to queue 3 times, which means inevitably some food gets cold. Though some of the food wasn't that warm in the first place. Don't get me wrong, you wont go hungry, but you may end up with a plate of oddments, rather than a complete meal. The poached pears are amazing tho! The pool area is well maintained, and we overheard someone say (who had stayed in the hotel under its previous guise) that the area had been raised and got more sun that it used to. The pool bar was still open in November when we were there which was a pleasant surprise. All the bar and waiting staff we found to be very pleasant and helpful. We were all inclusive, though when we worked it out, as the lunch was on offer at 7 euros 50, and the drinks reasonably priced (bottle of wine on offer in dining room for under 7 euros, and pints in bar for 2 euros 50), aside from convenience I am not sure it was any better value. Location could not be better, a stones throw from the promenade, and handy for a few bars and small shops. Benidorm was still extremely busy in November, which I hadn't anticipated, and you couldn't walk more than a few steps down the front without having to step aside/change direction to avoid people coming toward you or overtaking people. For this reason alone I am not sure I would return, as I would not want to go in the heat of the summer, and am more used to the quieter resorts on the Costa Del SolMore
Very clean n nice hotel
We visited this hotel on the 2nd November for one week. Check in was straight forward and when we were gave a room on the 7th floor once we got in our room it was spotless could not fault anything about it. When we went to the restaurant for breakfast it was clean n all you could want for breakfast but the evening meal to me was hit n miss the first night was beef wellington but after that i thought the food was poor and tasteless but that is just my opinion. The pool area is spotless with plenty of sun-beds any time of the day. The price of a pint of lager was €2.50 at the pool bar but in the pubs around the hotel was €1.50. I will stop at this hotel again without a doubt perfect location/spotless/friendly. More
Second visit to Benidorm
Stayed here for a week 4th November , first impression was wow !!! Very clean , and modern , reception staff were very friendly , The room was fine although I found a lot of sand on the sofa bed so clearly it hadn't been cleaned properly , this wasn't a problem as we weren't using it , Bar and restaurant staff were polite enough but not very friendly. The food was very average , not a massive choice and never quite hot enough . We had a loverly week away as the weather was much better than I expected , and there is plenty of cheap and cheerful bars to spend ya time in , will defiantly return to Benidorm but won't rush back to the hotelMore
My wife and I stayed here for one week, and this really is a great Hotel. On arrival one cannot fail to be impressed with the sheer size and height of the Hotel, rising some eighteen stories high. It is both close to the beach an shops. Check in was smooth and efficient, and the four elevators are computerised either to take you to your floor, the reception or the restaurant - which after all, is all you really need. Our room was on the fifteenth floor, and the views across the Bay were fantastic. The room was clean and bright with all modern fixtures, including frosted glass walls to the bathroom, but not a problem. I was a bit nervous of the glass surrounds on the outside balcony, especially at such a height, but one has to take these things as they come. The restaurant was large, clean and bright,and the food was excellent with a different variety every night. The staff were pleasant, courteous and efficient, with a good reception every morning and evening. Even the entertainment was good, with one act in particular - The Rhapsody - were fantastic - Simon Cowell - please note! Overall, I cannot fault this Hotel ,and can thoroughly recommend it for both business and pleasure. Would love to go back, but its a long way from Toronto Canada!More
Lovely hotel however
Stayed here in October! First impressions of hotel was wonderful! Spotless bright and modern! However the food was always luke warm and quite frankly tasteless! This was the only fault we found! It is such a shame that this lovely hotel is ruined by the food! More
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