Best Places to Stay in Benidorm
Find a great place to stay in Benidorm
When it comes to choosing where to stay in Benidorm, travellers are presented with plenty of choice. After all, the city of Benidorm covers roughly 22 square miles. Even so, the kind of holiday you are looking to enjoy will likely have a bearing on where you intend to stay.
For instance, families might look for the convenience of a central location that provides good access to the beach. Many of Benidorm's best bars and nightclubs can be found in and around the waterfront, too, which means that party animals will probably require accommodation that is as central as possible.
Before you decide where to stay, be sure to check out our Benidorm Airport transfers, which will get your sun-filled vacation off to the best possible start.
Hotels in a historic location
There are lots of quality hotels in Benidorm, many of which can be found in the fascinating and vibrant Old Town. Don Cesar, Hotel Colón, Hotel Roca-mar, for instance, all come with fine reputations and are situated in a part of the city that is very accessible.
Take good care of yourself
A self-catering holiday is a great way to feel at home wherever you are in the world. It also allows you to cook your own meals while taking advantage of fresh local produce. Three of Benidorm's very best self-catering establishments include Sunset Holidays (which overlooks Poniente Beach), Carlos V (which is by Levante Beach), and Edificio Edimar IX (which is a hop, skip and a jump from the city centre).
Be their guest
Another form of a self-catering holiday is obtainable via accommodation-sharing sites such as Airbnb. Throughout the year, you should be able to choose from around 300 Benidorm homes that come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you're travelling alone or with a party of friends or family, it's a great way to find a place to stay that closely matches your needs.
A handful of hostels
If you're holidaying on a budget, a hostel is a good way to save money and rub shoulders with like-minded people. In truth, there are very few hostels in Benidorm but the Costa Blanca as a whole features a number of good ones. The Market Hostel and X Hostel are two in Alicante that are worth checking out, while Hostel-Albergue La Casa Verde in Murcia and Jávea's Albergue y centro de actividades each rate well with travellers.
Wherever you choose to stay on the Costa Blanca, you can be sure to rely on our airport transfers to get you to your holiday place of choice.
All information correct at time of writing.