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B&B Hotel Alicante

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Close to the airport, views to the Mediterranean, great service, friendly, efficient; spacious, clean, functional room, everything worked well. I have gait/walking challenges (stroke); accom. has to be convenient to shopping and/or sights, or to the airport. Open plan foyer was airy, very spacious. We arrived very late from airport, free carpark on the premises, beers were still being served by courteous staff. Great breakfast the next morning, trays of food replenished as soon as they were empty. Great ambience, helpful and friendly staff.

Position is corect if you have car. Just 5 min driving from down town. If you used "here" you will mised hotel for 300m, like me. I hope that position will be improved. Room is modern, good and you can make base day or two for Alicante. Food is normal, bether than in many of other hotes. Not goog position if you are planing to swiming ang go back in hotel and go in down town bucause you can usec car... Hotel is near botanical garden- you should wisit it.

Where to start! Unfortunately due to cancelled flights and no availability at our Villa in Murcia we had to book new accommodation for the 3 days to next available flight home. We wanted to be close to the airport so we made the choice of this hotel. It was price rather then comfort that drove the decision hence this hotel. We got an interconnecting room on the 3rd floor. One room for my wife and I and the other for our 5 kids. My wife and I had to sleep in 2 single beds in our “Double Room” beds were pushed together and each dressed separately. When I requested the beds be dressed as one I was informed the hotel did not have sheets big enough for the 2 beds to be dressed as one. We got breakfast included in our price for the 3 mornings. If you like Croissants you’ll be delighted. If you like doughnuts you’ll be happy and if you like watery juices you’ll be ecstatic. There was a selection of 4 different cereal cornflakes, bran flakes, choco balls and honey puffs. Fruit selection was oranges or apples, 2 different types of yoghurt, boiled eggs and an egg and potato mix. It’s all self service and you clean your table also when you finish. Oh and tea and coffee and nesquick hot chocolate. The only good thing about this place was the staff. They were all friendly and accommodated a 4am breakfast so we could at least give the kids cereal before our early flight. Would I stay here again? NO WAY Would I recommend to a friend? NO WAY, I wouldn’t recommend this place to my WORST Enemy!! To walk to town is 4km To walk to beach is 5km In the time we were there we walked 42km with a buggy. There is a bus stop across from hotel but not ideal with a two seater buggy and if you want a taxi with 7 people you need to get two taxi so walking was only option for us as you definitely wouldn’t stay in the hotel as there is NOTHING to do!

The hotel was exceptional for what we paid.We had a very late check in and was greeted by the friendliest staff.We woke early,had breakfast and checked out to move on to our next destination.All in all I would definitely book this hotel again if we had too.Totally recommend based on our 1 night stay.

We went there same day as our fly was to get some rest because our fly was 01.00 at night. Room eas exellent and the staff also. Food was not great and the room have no balcony and i smoke. I had to go down from 4th floor.

We arrived late at night at the B&B Hotel (after getting lost driving our rental car from the airport). Upon arrival we were tired and a little grouchy but the friendly staff at reception soon had us laughing. The staff were very friendly and after mentioning where were intending to travel the following day, got a map out for us and mapped the route we needed to take. As somewhere with zero sense of direction this was greatly appreciated! There is plenty of free parking in the Hotel's car park with a good level of security. Our room was basic but a good size and very clean. The same can be said for the bathroom. We were on the ground floor, opposite reception (026) and our room was incredibly quiet. In the morning we paid 6 euros for a buffet breakfast. This was excellent value for money and we were spoilt for choice- cereals, fruit, yogurts, fresh buns, toast, spreads, omelette, ham, bacon, muffins, croissants, doughnuts, coffee, tea, hot chocolate and fresh orange juice. The Italian restaurant inside the hotel was surprisingly good. The pasta dishes are very tasty and the apple cheesecake was lovely. This hotel was clean and basic, meeting our needs for a short visit to Alicante (exactly what we expected from a 3 star hotel).

It was a very good hotel, with excellent breakfast. It was a little noisy at night, the room they gave us was near the elevator, it as a little setback, but in overall it was a good hotel. The price was good, for the quality of the room, it doesn't have refrigerator, and no vault. The employees was very kind and helpful. The hotel is located near the beach, but you have to drive to get there.

Perfect location for overnight stay prior to flight from Alicante Airport, but I wouldn't say this is a holiday hotel. Hotel is very clean and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Secure gated car park. The room was clean and comfortable, though the bathroom was a little tired and the shower screen needed sealing...bit of a flood every time we showered. Had a lovely meal in the Italian-themed restaurant. Left early so can't comment on breakfast. Taxi to the airport cost around 13 euros.

Our family needed a place to stay for a night whilst waiting for our apartment to be ready. We arrived late, around 12:15am and the check in staff were pleasant and efficient. We quickly found our room and as we are a family of four two double beds were set up. The room was bright and airy and clean. I slept on the pull out bed which was comfortable. All of us slept well. Breakfast the next day was of a good quality with lots of choice. Both adults and children were happy and ate well. At check out the clerk ordered us a taxi which came within a few minutes. We would definitely book again for one or two nights.

I've read a lot of reviews that are not really true. Come on guys, did you sell your review? I went to Alicante last month and here my thoughts. Breakfast: it's just fine, but as vegetarian I wish there was more veggie options. Also scrambled eggs were very dry. Room: Our room was fine, but it had an internal door which lead to the room next to us, of course it was closed, but you could hear everything from that room. Coffee: I've read that some one was very enthusiastic about the free coffee machine that runs 24h/24h in the lodge. Well, I'm a coffee addicted and I drunk a lot of bad coffee as well but that one was over my worst expectations :) It was awful, I don't know how people could drink that coffee. I don't how people call that thing a coffee. Place: The hotel is situated in front of the see Unfortunately what you got is just a view (not even the best) and there is no beach and a railway between the road and the see. The hotel is far from the city centre. I've read that with 40min walk you can go to the centre with a nice walk path. BEEEP. Because of that, when arrived me and my wife decided to walk up to the city: 1h30m (90 minutes walking under the sun) passing through the ugliest and worst part of the city (it looked also dangerous, but I can't tell much about it) There is only one bus, number 27 (or 27), which passes every 40 minutes, that takes you to the centre. There is also the C3 which is the airport shuttle, but each trip costs 3.50€. The last bus from Alicante to the Hotel is at 9.40, so if you miss that one you have to take a taxi (from Alicante porto to the hotel it costs about 8€) Also it is not clear about the bus C3, from the bus map etc, it was not supposed to stop at in front of the hotel, but it did and sometimes it didn't, so we didn't rely on it. So just to recap, if you are looking for a cheap solution and you don't care about the distance, it could be a good option, just remember to buy the ticket card from an H24 shop. It's very useful and you can save a lot of money. If not, remember to always bring change with you as once the driver didn't want to get me in because I had 20€ and they don't have much change. Honestly I would spend a bit more money in an Hotel closer to the centre, also because you'll end up spending the same money with taxy and bus.

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Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • 24-hour business center

Located within a mile (2 km) of El Palmeral Park, B&B Hotel Alicante is within 3 miles (5 km) of Puerta de Alicante Shopping Center. This 120-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. It's near the airport and also near Dinopetrea and El Corte Ingles Shopping Center.


Dining

This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. For your convenience, a continental breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

All 120 soundproofed rooms feature phones and desks. 32-inch flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Hair dryers are also standard.


Property features

Guests of B&B Hotel Alicante enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, 2 meeting rooms, and a 24-hour business center. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage and securing valuables. Additional amenities include coffee/tea in a common area, express check-in, and express check-out.

Room options

Family Room

Queen 1 | Sleeps 3

Triple Room, 3 Twin Beds

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Double Room Single Use

Queen 1 | Sleeps 1

Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

61% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 444 reviews