Hotels in Benidorm, Spain

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Benidorm, Valencia, Spain
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Low seasonNovembercheapest month to stay
High seasonJulymost expensive time to stay
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£46 - £118

Highest day of weekThursdayis the most expensive day of the week to book
Cheapest day of weekMondayis the cheapest day of the week to book
£95is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
£72is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
Cheapest time to bookThe cheapest time to book hotels in Benidorm is: 1-2 star, 75 days before. 3 star, 73 days before. 4-5 star, 73 days before.

1-2 star

£53 - £61

3 star

£55 - £77

4-5 star

£78 - £104

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Most Popular Hotel (5-star)

Hotel Boutique Villa Venecia

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Average Length of Stay

8 days
The cheapest price for a room in Benidorm found in the last 7 days is £31/night. This rate is available with Vistamar Apartamentos.
Travel with comfort when booking a room with Hotel Boutique Villa Venecia, the most popular 5-star hotel in Benidorm (9/10 rating - based on 363 reviews).
There are 227 hotels in Benidorm close to Alicante. Prachtige mobilhome in Spanje te huur, staat klaar aan de luchthaven van Alicante is the nearest with a distance of 0.3 mi from this airport.
On average, people stay for 8 days when lodging at hotels in Benidorm. The average accommodation price for 8 days in Benidorm in the past week is £740.

Benidorm travel tips

Best time to visit Benidorm

Blessed with a beautiful, mild climate all year round, Benidorm is a great holiday destination at any time of the year. Summer months from May – October are hot and sunny, with average temperatures of 18 – 25 degrees Celsius. This is a great time to visit. Winters are also mild, and even in the coldest months of January – February, the temperatures rarely fall below 12 degrees Celsius. From September – October, there is plenty of rainfall, so if you are travelling around that time, remember to pack an umbrella.

Getting around Benidorm

The old town of Benidorm is a good place to explore on foot. Similarly, to do justice to the Playa de Levante, it is best to stroll along the 2-kilometre long promenade of Avenue d’Alcoy. To explore the rest of Benidorm, hop on to the buses operated by LLorente Bus. A single ticket on most routes costs €1.50 EUR, while a 24-hour card costs €11.00 EUR. Benidorm has an affordable taxi service, and it is easy to spot the white vehicles with a blue stripe. Outside of Benidorm, you can explore the traditional Spanish town of Gata de Gorges or Denia via a spectacular tram ride which takes you through the beautiful, rugged countryside. To go to the nearby Benidorm Island (Peacock Island), regular boat services are available from the Benidorm harbour.

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Cheapest £42

Average £109

Most expensive £400

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Where to stay in Benidorm

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A sleepy fishing village until the late ‘60s transformed into a sprawling and dynamic beach destination in Spain’s Costa Blanca, Benidorm can be described in 2 words: entertainment and excitement. The year-round sunshine, massive theme parks, rich wine and dine scene, and excellent beaches ensure a well-rounded holiday offering for the entire family.


In the northern part of Benidorm, Levante is a vibrant area with a buzzing beach scene, theme parks, plenty of bustling shopping areas, and the highest concentration of clubs and entertainment venues. You can consider the Sol Costablanca hotel, a laidback, adults-only hotel right across from Levante Beach. Or enjoy the simple, modern rooms featuring balconies, and panoramic sea views at the Hotel Cimbel. You can also look at the Hotel Les Dunes Comodoro, which boasts of relaxing suites with private terraces.


Best known for its vast stretch of sandy beachfront, Poniente tends to be less crowded, and has a more traditional Spanish appeal. Although a quieter area, you will find a host of cafés and restaurants, and plenty of entertainment within easy walking distance. Stay at the Gran Hotel Delfín set right on the Poniente Beach, or choose the Hotel Poseidon Playa, which is also a beachfront property offering simple rooms with stunning sea views.

Old Town

Often called the Old Quarter, this area is best known for large clusters of boutiques, art galleries, handicraft shops, historic buildings, and charming cobblestone streets. The buzzing plazas in the area feature several traditional taverns and tapas bars, and plenty of outdoor eating options. Experience complete luxury at the Villa Venecia Boutique Gourmet Hotel with chic rooms offering panoramic sea views. Or stay in bright airy rooms of Hotel Benidorm Plaza located in the city centre with easy access to plenty of restaurants, shops, and within a 5-minute walk to the beach. You can also consider the Hotel Benilux Park set in a distinctive red-toned building in Old Town, offering excellent value-for-money.

Rincón de Loix

The eastern side of Levante, Rincón de Loix is a vibrant part of Benidorm, with plenty of shops, restaurants, recreational activities, and attractions for all ages. Just 1 kilometre away from the Aqualandia water park, you have the Melia Benidorm hotel which features bright rooms and modern amenities. You can also consider the Palm Beach Hotel set in tropical gardens with plenty of on-site entertainment, including a disco and a mini football pitch.

Cheap hotels in Benidorm

If you are thinking about spending most of your time in outdoor activities, theme parks, and on the beach, you may want to look at some simple accommodation options. There are plenty of hotels to choose from. Consider the modest Hotel Andalucia on the bustling Calle Florida street, just a 10-minute walk from the Poniente Beach. Or look at the Medplaya Hotel Rio Park, which is a 10-minute walk from the Levante Beach. You also have relaxed lodging and simple rooms with balconies at the Perla Hotel near Levante Beach. Enjoy comfortable accommodation with budget-friendly prices at the Hotel Marina which is within easy walking distance of the Old Town as well as Levante Beach.

Learn about attractions and sights in Benidorm

Spanish sunshine, golden beaches, fancy fiestas, splendid nightlife, and delectable cuisine; Benidorm – the Mediterranean Manhattan is all about luxury, leisure, and fun. The town offers a complete entertainment package that is sure to charm visitors of all ages, and with varying interests.

  • Laze around and sun bathe on the golden sands, drink merrily at the beach bars, use the slides and diving boards just off the shore, or indulge in jet-skiing and paragliding on Poniente Beach in the south, or Levante Beach in the north.
  • Walk around the historic Old Town’s narrow cobbled streets, admiring the quaint architecture of the town. Visit the St. James Church with its beautiful blue dome. Get splendid views of the town and beaches from Iglesia de San Jaime y Santa Ana at the picturesque Plaza Castelar and from the Plaza del Castell.
  • Watch the dolphin show, sea lion show, and parrot show, as well as other exotic birds and a large aquarium at the Mundomar Benidorm animal park.
  • Enjoy a natural safari-like experience and zip line over elephants at the Terra Natura Zoo, Benidorm.
  • Splash around a range of slides, chutes, wave pools, and lazy rivers at one of the sprawling theme parks, such as Aqualandia or Aqua Natura.
  • Scream at the height of your adrenalin rush as you enjoy some of the most thrilling rides at one of the largest theme parks in Europe, the Terra Mítica in Benidorm.
  • Go on a shopping spree in the Avenida Martinez Alejos area or near the Plaza Mayor. You will also find a lot of smaller shops selling all sorts of wares in the Rincón de Loix area.
  • Enjoy the best tapas bars in Old Town along the Calle de Santo Domingo, also known as ‘Tapas Alley’.
  • Drink at a swanky cocktail bar, relax at a friendly Irish pub, let your hair down at a thumping nightclub, or enjoy a live show at one of the cabaret clubs in Benidorm.
  • If you are a golf lover, there are at least 4 golf courses in Benidorm. Play a round or two at the 18-hole pitch and putt of Sierra Cortina Golf Course or the 9-hole Las Rejas Golf Course.

Information about staying in Benidorm

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The average length of stay in Benidorm is 8 nights.

The cost of a hotel room in Benidorm will vary according to demand, location and star rating. On average, rooms will cost around £64 per night.

Room prices for hotels in Benidorm can be as much as 41% lower in the month of November. So this is a great time to book and save money.

Sunday is the day where you will typically find the lowest price for your hotel room in Benidorm. The highest price tends to be on Wednesday.

Per person, per night, a hostel in Benidorm (or a sub 2-star rated hotel) is priced at £43, on average. This price is £21 cheaper than your average Benidorm hotel.

Temperatures in Benidorm are typically around 26 °C during August and the chance of rain is low, which makes August the perfect time to spend some time outside at popular area attractions like Llevant Beach, La Zenia Beach, and Playa de Cabo Roig.

There are currently 200 holiday rentals available in Benidorm. Most of our users opt to stay at Best View Welcome Apartamentos Karola, which is the most popular holiday rental in Benidorm. Compare holiday rentals in Benidorm.

Yes, you can book a hostel in Benidorm. At the moment, there are 147 hostels in the area and Gemelos 4 - Beninter is the most popular among momondo users. Compare deals on hostels in Benidorm.

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