Port Denia3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed half board for three nights in February. The Hotel is very welcoming with reception, bar and restaurant staff all exceptionally pleasant. The room was warm and wifi and English TV free and easily accessible. Parking is €12 per night, but we had no problem in finding off street free parking. For the less mobile, the hotel could be a little too far out of town. For those who can manage a pleasant, flat walk it's ideal. There is a lovely walk turning away from the town too which takes you along the coast past a couple of restaurants to stop and have a drink. The breakfast/evening meal were not outstanding, but we're varied and plentiful. Entertainment on a night was mainly a solo singer for the dancers. All in all a very nice hotel and great value for money.
Really nice hotel with obliging, happy staff. Was full to bursting with (mainly) Spanish middle-aged and elderly folk. Great atmosphere throughout. Room comfortable and well-serviced every day, including Christmas and New Year's days. Room safe inside wardrobe opened with a key - no combination problem, but difficult to see inside as no light shone on it. I was glad to see a rubber safety mat for the bath, which many hotels do not provide until requested. Towels changed daily. Restaurant food gave good selection and variety. Food always hot. As usual a little placard was placed by each dish in case you didn't know what was on offer. One dish was a typical tasty Spanish dish of meat balls in sauce called "Albondigas a la jardinera" - quaintly translated into English as "Meat Balls to the Gardener". The beach is across the road and down a little side street, and I found myself entering into the fun of "Throwing the Christmas Pudding" on Christmas morning (travelled with Saga in a group - it's the sort of thing they do). Great fun, everyone joined in including a 90--year-old British lady. Christmas Day dinner was well-organised, with waiter service. Not your turkey, sprouts, etc., but nicely-presented dishes, and lots of wine. No crackers. New Year's Eve went well. The main, large bar upstairs was bursting , so we went to the smaller quieter downstairs bar, where we were entertained by a man and rumbustuous girl playing Reggae music. Most of the people down there seemed to be Brits. We all sang along. At midnight the man on the mike got the countdown wrong but it didn't seem to matter too much, as we were all trying to eat the 12 grapes that the hotel had provided. I believe you are supposed to put one grape in your mouth at each of the twelve strokes of midnight, and eat it. Impossible! They might at least have given us seedless grapes. Being elderly my wife and I and the friends we had met retired to our rooms soon after, and were able to celebrate the English New Year one hour after the Spanish one. Watched the fireworks from the Thames and around the world on television. Oh yes, this hotel has the main English channels on the TV in the room. A bonus if you like to watch TV. My W.I.S.T.A. (Would I Stay There Again) rating 10 /10. Be great at any time of year I would think.
Arrived new year's eve, brilliant buffet. Staff lovely, rooms really good and the area has beach, walks and shops not too far away. Enjoyed my stay and will be back. I was lucky with the weather able to sit around the pool. Travelled on my own for the first time and it worked out well.
Have just had a really good experience over the festive period. Fabulous staff, good food and a spectacular Christmas Day Lunch. The entertainment programme was comprehensive and catered for all tastes (we were not with Saga) and it is to be born in mind that the hotel caters for the senior generation. However there is a joust for seats to be near the cabaret stage as the layout of the room is hampered by columns which obscures viewing. There are sadly a few negatives, the bolster type pillows are a pain in the neck and the indoor pool changing facilities are sadly lacking. Having said that, there is opportunity to provide this in the shower room area. Some duck boards for drying off would be advantageous. This would saves having to cross the foyer in your cosi and drip your way back to the lift and your room. The sauna, though not discussed was not working, no sign to say so either. It costs 12 Euros a day to park your car and the keycard entry/exit machine can be temperamental - info for non package holiday makers. There's a local bus into Denia for the less mobile opposite the hotel. The wifi is consistant and good. If you want more sun on your balcony during the winter months I recommend asking for a low room number i.e. 01 - 20 something on the end of the floor number. And, if you are reading this before the 5th January, get yourself into Denia for the Three Kings Celebration. All in all a thoroughly enjoyable stay, second visit and great value for money.
I found the food rather boring with much the same being offered day after day. There were some speciality dishes on offer most days but the vast bulk of the food was very samey. The evening entertainment was similar: low grade and similar one night to another, Rooms were quite acceptable. Reasonable size and clean. 3 lifts which worked out reasonably good. Reception staff good. Secure car-park (paid for, not cheap).
This hotel group currently has 7 -5 in Benidorm-stayed in their flagship 4* superior Jan 2017 which truly stunning.1 in Calpe &Denia.. Just returned home from 7 night stay-hotel full with 50% British/Spanish .Plus even had 32 very keen-young cyclists-so age went down that week... Very confused and angry about previous reports about food quality/variety-we thought it was excellent on both points and fail to see why such negative reports keep appearing. Breakfast starts you off with a glass or 2 of CAVA-stacks of fruit juices/cereals/cold buffet/hot cooked buffet section/rolls & bread/jams and yogurts-tea and coffee .Plus porridge Dining room easily took us all and tables well spaced. At main meal times again choice of 2 soups/cold buffet/hot selection buffet and numerous puddings. WIne and water delivered to your table by obliging waiter. Rooms 280-split front or back .Best to try for back room(overlooking pools) which all have balconies-sadly no rooms in front have any. Sunrise hits those rooms in back. Plenty of areas to sit around in-plus cardroom/library/meeting rooms(in basement) larges seating in foyer and very large rooms in lounge bar areas .Plus of course outdoor pool areas/play area/sunshine terraces and gardens. About 200 yards going from entrance going towards port/town is a parade of 3 shops-excellent suoermarket (Troya) open 0900-2100;newsagent;chemist. Walk down the road opposite to small but adequate sandy beach-make sure you continue going EAST towards amazing villas/restaurants and keep walking on. Otherwise go in opposite direction to wander around the 3 marinas/ferry areas. Once you locate Tourist Office -cross road to toy museum.-goes back 100 odd year .Amazing old times people lived in. Then next building next to it is Arts theatre-good shows etc put on again free.
Stayed here for 4 weeks on Saga 4 for 3 deal, all meals and drinks included and 4 excursions included. Bedroom with balcony and sea view from 7th floor was excellent. Food was as expected when mass catering for 300 plus buffet style. Good selection of Spanish and English dishes, but beware if you are a vegetarian, sneaky bits of fish and meat were in dishes claimed to be vegetarian. Staff when queried said "it's only a little" -so that's ok then? Unfortunately meal times were not enjoyable nor leisurely, our rule quick eat and out to avoid the desperately loud noise of diners and waiters clattering dishes. Reminiscent of school dinners. Pleasant and helpful staff. Two good swimming pools, near marina and plenty of opportunities for walks. Hotel arranges many daily activities aimed at elderly. Nightly dancing.
Went here on a Saga walking holiday. Weather was fabulous so everything seemed wonderful. Stayed on all inclusive basis so drinks were available everywhere unlike some Saga hotels. Excellent selection of food to choose from at the buffet. Outdoor pool colder than the sea, but it was November. Indoor pool warm but not really for swimming. One problem was that could not get bedroom temperature right as controller did not appear to work. Free wifi helped to keep in touch. Many Saga British but also plenty of Spanish people.
Definitely a hotel geared towards the package holiday market (specifically Saga). The room was a good size, kept clean and with a very comfortable bed. Just a tip; not all the rooms have balconies so you need to specifically request one. My room had a great view overlooking the ocean. The swimming pool was very pleasant and not too busy. Food was OK; nothing spectacular but good variety (except breakfast). There was a real variation in staffing with some, such as those on reception, being extremely helpful and professional whereas others, such as some bar staff, appeared to delight in ignoring customers. The town centre is a 10/15 minutes (level) walk away along the seafront. Parking on site costs 12 euros per day though I'd recommend using the nearby side streets where it's free.
We visited Denia today on our way back to Valencia What an amazing place, such a shame we visited on a Sunday as I can only imagine that midweek when everything is open is even better We had a little stroll around the port, are ice cream and had a wander around I would certainly suggest a visit if you want a nice peaceful, leisurely stroll and somewhere lovely to visit Perfect for me and him indoors to spend some quality time together
- 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.
Buffet breakfast is offered 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.
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65% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 745 reviews