Excellent!!!!!! 100% recommended.
The thing we liked about this hotel is that it was built in the thirteenth century and the way they've restored it is amazing, besides the views are excellent and the treatment and cleanliness too.
Hotel seaside inn located in Denia, facing the Mediterranean Sea, XIII century building, offers accommodation, seasonal promotions, hotel in Denia, Denia port.
A few months ago I went to the wedding of a co-worker and we were surprised when we saw that the invitation said it was in Denia, in a small hotel near the beach, the couple booked us a room to spend the weekend, every one that attended the wedding loved it. So I would like to share this little hotel on the Costa Blanca with you.
This hotel's location is at the foot of Montgo, but on the interior so you can't see the sea from the rooms. The resort full of families and children everywhere, at least in summer. For me the service really isn't worthy of a five star hotel...for example, they don't change your sheets everyday, and there aren't enough toiletries in the bathroom. It's hard to find a hammock in the shade or take a dip in the pool without being hit by a ball thrown by a little child, and the spa isn't in great shape. It's a hotel with a golf course and not much else around, so I was expecting it to be calmer, but as it happens, it's not a great place to go to rest and relax with your partner. The double room with half-board for 100 euros is worth the price if you're staying on a weekday. PS: I do recommend the golf classes offered at the club, starting at $10 for 75 minutes; you can really learn a lot of useful tips about how best to improve your game.
Terrible! They advertise it as something special, but it really isn't. The Junior Suite is a small room with a tiny double bed and aTV hanging from the ceiling that's so small you'd be better off watching TV on your phone. Then there's a lounge-kitchen with an old sofa and another small TV. The breakfast is passable, but the dinner buffet is definitely not worth it: 34 euros for two people, with two types of salad, grilled vegetables, dry salmon and tiny pieces of chicken breast. For dessert you can have yogurt or some kind of rice pudding. We wondered if we could request a complaint form, as this was advertised as having four stars. The only thing positive about it is the spa - nothing else is worth visiting here.
Los Ángeles Hotel isn't your typical beach hotel. It's a family-run business that has been recently been renovated and the 80 rooms are extremely comfortable. The pool is small but adequate, and the dining room looking out over the sea makes it one of the best hotels in this part of the Alicante coast.
Beautiful hotel in the centre
I could not help but take a peek at this hotel in the historical centre of Denia through its windows, when a lovely guy came out to show me it all in great detail. It is a boutique hotel that I had read something about, decorated in art nouveau style in a 19th century building, what a discovery! It has 15 customised rooms decorated to delicate taste and with beautiful furniture, plus a refreshing courtyard with plants and a large table. The town of Denia has grown amazingly in terms of establishments offering hospitality to eat, sleep or have a drink at the highest level. Next time I will definitely stay here, and in the street above there are restaurants of all types and places to have a drink. For more info http://www.hotelchamarel.com/
p.s why do you have the New Year's Eve menu on the door? I think (if I may) that you should remove.
I stayed at this hotel in December of 2012 during one of those unexpected winter weekends where the temperature reaches 25 degrees. Being the low season, the price of a double room with breakfast was really interesting. Our room had a nice terrace for good weather that doubled as a living room overlooking the pool. We were served breakfast in the restaurant, overlooking the garden and pool. Since it's an old manor house embedded in a lush garden, you could consider it a hotel, as well as an antique house, without neglecting all of today's technology that you get with a modern hotel. It's also on the beach.
We have a timeshare at Aparthotel Ona Ogisaka Garden so we spend a week a year here. In general, it's great! Good food, excellent service, a jacuzzi, indoor and outdoor pools, and a sauna. There have been a couple of small problems, but nothing major, and the price is ok, too.
This hotel, a traditional late 19th century home, stands on a small hill from which you can see a beautiful panorama of Denia and its historic castle. Its 17 rooms, equipped with every comfort, are a haven of peace and tranquility. Walking through the lush garden of over 16,000 squared meters, you can enjoy the shade of the olive, pine and carob trees. The scents of jasmine, lavender and rosemary fill the air.
Whenever I pass through Denia (several times a year), I try to stay at the quiet Palau Verd. The staff makes you feel at home, the rooms are very comfortable and what I love most is that that you can have breakfast in the garden!
This hotel, which enjoys the breeze of the Mediterranean Sea in each of its rooms, sits upon Arab ruins in the center of Denia and the foot of Castle. This 17th century mansion has been lovingly restored, with minimalist décor and a delicious mix of original material in a modern and welcoming atmosphere. Its 7 rooms are places to relax, read or have a conversation just to pass the time. The hotel belongs to the club Blanc, taste and comfort of the Costa Blanca.
The Costa Blanca hotel is a 3 star hotel situated in the center next to the main street of Denia. It is situated just a few meters away from the train station and the station of BALEÀRIA. It features spacious rooms. In Denia there are a lot of things to do, beaches, mountains, culture ... you will have a great time! We stayed at hotel costa blanca, super central! From the hotel you are close to the area of little bars, the train, boat, bus ... We loved Denia.
The Hotel Villamor is on the Playa de las Marinas in the town of Denia, in the province of Alicante. It has 3 types of rooms: superior/suite, superior, and basic double. All rooms are well equipped and feature a bathroom, balcony, AC, flat screen TV, safe and free WiFi. Amenities include a coffee bar with terrace and WiFi, swimming pool with sun beds, free outdoor parking, TV room and continental breakfast. Dènia center is only 3 kilometres away from the hotel.
The owner doesn't even bother to put soap in the bathroom. The rooms smell musty, and there are ants on the beds. There's no air conditioning, so you have to open the windows, and the place is infested by mosquitoes. The photos say one thing, but what you see when you get here is really quite different. It's uncomfortable, and the mattresses are lumpy.
This is a truly peaceful setting, free of tall buildings and their immediate surroundings. It has all the amenities travelers need. In addition, the building is located at the tip of the Tin beachfront, which is accessed from the hotel. A coastline of fine sand and a bay made for beautiful sunsets. This place is ideal for those looking to enjoy the sea.
Finding where to stay in Denia is the first step for organizing a perfect holiday in the town. The city has been a tourist destination for years, with travelers from around the world choosing it as the ideal place to spend their vacation. There are many Denia accommodations which you can choose from: hotels, hostels, guesthouses, and more. Denia hotels can be found both in the city center and in outlying areas.
The port is one of the most vibrant areas in the city, bursting with places to stay in Denia. The choices range from luxury hotels to more modest pensions where you can stay overnight and enjoy a breakfast in the morning. The historic center and the seafront and its surroundings are also the most desirable areas because of the proximity to the beach and the main attractions of the city.
If you are traveling with family or with a group of friends, you can rent apartments for weeks, months and even days, making them one of the most economical options for Denia lodging.
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