Port Denia3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Recently spent 10 nights here all inclusive, it's a really normal place just as you would expect, room a touch on the small side, bed was reasonable, nice balcony overlooking the pool with a good view out to sea, room cleaned daily and hygiene of a good standard. The food is buffet style for all meals what can you say about that? mediocre is the best word to describe it, a couple of the younger male waiters were very annoying, you got the feeling from them that they just did not want to be there and they made sure that you knew it. The bar staff in the main were generally miserable, must be the weather, anyway after leaving a couple of 5 Euro tips they livened up considerably and became human again. The pool is nice but I think they could do with more shaded areas as it was extremely hot on my visit and difficult to find a shaded spot. The sauna was never switched on and the indoor pool is very small, The hotel had entertainment every night it is obviously a matter of opinion as to its suitability, I went out every night, I enjoyed exploring Denia town, viewing and going on some of the super yatchs was fun, the beaches are very nice and some have good bars on them.
Very comfortable rooms, I had one with a sea view and balcony at a extremely reasonable price. Staff were very helpful efficient I would recommend this hotel to anyone wishing to stay in Denia plus it is well situated to the town, restaurants and bars But also in a quiet area near the beach.
The hotel is kept spotlessly clean, the staff especially the bar and waiting staff are extremely helpful and friendly, with a sense of humour.The food is the best we have experienced on a Saga holiday with every kind of fish and shellfish available every day, they also provide dishes aimed at the British palate every day but we loved mostly the Spanish food like paella and gazpacho etc. The hotel is a family hotel attracting locals and their children at the weekend, unfortunately our last week coincided with Spanish school holidays and the hotel was full of children (especially the pools) whilst this is no fault of the hotel it did upset a lot of the Saga guests so we felt Saga should not really book this week. The local beach is about 3 minutes walk and the sea is very safe, with a bar situated on the beach (not belonging to Port Denial Hotel. the nearby marina has many bars and restaurants and is interesting to visit..
I was staying nearby with family and we called in here for dinner on one of the evenings. Dinner was a buffet and the variety was great. Reasonably priced at 12.50 Euros for an adult and 7 Euros for a child, there was something for all tastes. Cannot say anything about the rooms but would recommend the food.
Great location with lots of good bars & restaurants. You can sit here all night & watch the sun go down eating good food enjoying a bottle of wine. Highly recommend having a few days in Denia & visit the marina whilst there
I stayed for 5 nights at Port Denia Hotel with some friends. It is a very Spanish hotel with mainly Spanish and English (Saga0 holiday makers staying. Hence there were definitely no lager louts or punch ups! The hotel is very well kept - the rooms we clean and tidy but basic. So take your tissues, body cream, shampoo etc. There was some shower gel (I think) in the shower. There was also a hairdryer - of sorts - in the bathroom but I would recommend you take your own and a travel plug. The bed was very comfortable and there was a blackout curtain. There was a little fridge which was handy for water and there is a little supermarket across the road for anything you might need. It's very central and close to the beach, marina and a short walk into the Old Town. Hotel parking was gated and plentiful and I think - 16 euros a day.
Stayed at this hotel,food was good, clean rooms, nice deep pool, not many sun loungers or parasols, hotel caters for the Spanish, its about a 15-20 minuet stroll to Denia centre, 5 mins from a nice sandy beach,all in all we had a good holiday.
Our stay at Port Denia Hotel was one of the best spent holidays ever. Hotel was nice and clean and the staff was more than great. We went all inclusive and it was more than great. Lovely buffet for all meals, plus pool side food, and good selection of drinks. Even thou this hotel is marked as a hotel for elderly, we had a great time with our 9 year old...no drunken teens and quiet sleep. I would recommend this hotel, and if you can, go all inclusive....defo worth the money
We stayed here for a week in May half term, we travelled as a group of 4 families with children. We were in a room without a balcony, which I think are slightly larger than the rooms with a balcony. We had 2 double beds & a single bed which was perfect for me & my two kids. I think the room was 510, right at the end of the corridor so nice & quiet & nice view of the harbour. Air con in the room was pretty poor, didn't really cool the room down, fine in May, would be a nightmare if hotter. We had a great time & I would happily return. The local beach is only a few minutes walk, it was fine, kids liked it but the beach past the town was much nicer. Lovely evening walks around the harbour. We liked the food, lots of choice, may have got boring if we were there for more than a week. We had 1 run in with a very miserable saga guest who said the children were ruining her holiday because they were joining in with the hotels organised activities that were open to everyone. All of the other saga guests we interacted with I would describe as lovely grandparent types! Kids activities happened every evening during - I'm assuming that was because it was half term. Magic shows, a disco, balloon animals. Outside pool is salt water, indoor pool chlorinated
This was my very first visit to Spain and I have to say I had some reservations. However, both the hotel and the resort went way beyond my expectations. Even although a single room had been booked for me, I ended up with an enormous double room with what looked like two double beds - I could have had a party in it! Although the view wasn't great (apartments across the road), the very short walk to the beach more than made up for it. The buffet-style selection of meals was varied and suited all of my group. I wouldn't hesitate to return.
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool and indoor pool
- Fitness center
- WiFi in rooms and public areas (fees apply)
Within a short walk of Denia Marina, Port Denia is within a mile (2 km) of Las Rotas Beach. This 3-star hotel has 280 guestrooms and offers an outdoor pool, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. It's also close to Denia Castle and Archaeological Museum and Denia Ethnological Museum.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 8 AM to 10 AM. Satisfy your hunger without leaving your room with room service, or entertain your taste buds with bite a the onsite restaurant or coffee shop/café.
The 280 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, phones, and desks. LCD TVs come with digital channels, and WiFi keeps guests connected. Hair dryers are also available.
Port Denia features an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, and a children's pool. Self parking is available for EUR 12 per night. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with concierge services, and answer any questions about the area. Additional amenities include a fitness center, a spa tub, and a sauna.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
65% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 675 reviews