Kaktus Albir Hotel Alfaz del Pi

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Paseo de las Estrellas 11, Playa del Albir, L'Alfas del Pi, Alicante Province, 03581, Spain
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Costs 50% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Left luggage

by ka5637

Are there any luggage lockers or left luggage service in or near Alicante bus station?

Re: Left luggage

by Aitana

There used to be a left luggage at the bus station, but I haven't been there since I was a student.
According to the link below, the left luggage of Alicante bus station is the most expensive in Spain, which is bad news, but I conclude that the service does still exist, which is good news.

It seems that there is left luggage at the train station, which is not far from the bus station:

Hope it helps.

Re: Left luggage

by ka5637

Many thanks!

Re: Left luggage

by ka5637

Just an update: there is indeed a left luggage service at the bus station in Alicante, which stays open until about 21:00. It cost me 4 euro for one small suitcase, so a little expensive.
However there was a sign on the ticket booth window of Alsa saying you can leave your luggage there for 1 euro. I don't know any more details, but it might be worth looking into.

Re: Left luggage

by Aitana

Thanks for updating. The option of Alsa is interesting, of course: 1 euro instead of 4!
Are you in Alicante now? Anyway, it would be nice to have a tip with this information after you have used the service.

Re: Left luggage

by cougnicco

I was there in June and they have many of options for left luggage, if you are coming into the station on a train on the far left platform, I believe it is 7 there is a room with lockers of all different sizes, they all cost different amounts.

Travel Tips for Alicante

Typical architecture

by Aitana

Fortunately there are still many houses built at the beginning of the 20th century that preserve the old style of the architecture in Alicante. The houses in the pictures are samples of this style. Notice the balconies, the miradores (closed balconies), the cornices, the color of the façades, the white doorframes…
After the civil war many houses had to be built again and also in the 60’s and 70’s modern houses were built that did not preserve the old style. The shape of the façades using modern materials become into fashion and the result was that the city lost part of its charm.

Spanish use two pin plugs !

by Pauldelabar

A fold up bag is useful to bring presents back. Either bring one or buy one here. If going out of season consider taking a small umbrella. They are expensive to buy in Spain. Also a waterproof coat. Bring your camera as there are a lot of things that you will want to keep a memory of. Digital cameras are less bulky than the SLR and you won't need film! Either bring a beach towel or purchase one when you arrive; because hotel towels although fantastically clean, can be a little rough. Electrical:
If you bring your alarm clock radio with you as I do, and it runs off the mains, don't forget to bring your converter plugs with you as Spanish plug sockets are TWO PIN ROUND !

Voltage is the same as in England BUT where as our voltage is closer to 240v AC, Spanish voltage can go as low as 206v AC, especially at peak demand times. Your appliance will work o.k. but say, a kettle will take longer to boil.

Mobile phones;
Many people bring their mobile phones with them but DO remember that a call from the UK will cost YOU even to receive the call. If you are going for a long period, consider buying a Spanish mobile phone, two if you are going with company. Then you can keep in touch with each other when at different locations and CHEAPLY. If you bring your own phone, don't forget the charger lead and plug converter.


by MaheshSamtani about RESTAURANTE GRANA

If you are under the impression that a rice dish is only limited to the well know dish of PAELLA - you are surely not on track - Alicante is said to be the province of Spain where the variety of rice dishes is supposed to be the most extense. It is said that you can have a different dish of rice each day of the year without repeating the same dish - that surely is a big one.

A good place to enjoy these rice dishes is on a beach side restaurant in Campello, just a few kilometres off the city of Alicante, which I visited recently and surely had a great time.

The location of the restaurant itself is well worth a visit. The ambience is good, within a classic local decoration. The service is good. This place is not the cheapest place that you will find but you surely are going to have a meal to remember for around 30/40 Euros per person with good wine. I like to have a white wine from Alicante with my rice dishes; it is called MARINA ALTA and is available at this place. It is a light fruity sparkling wine. Delicious.

The menu has a very good variety of dishes to choose from and the starters are great. Go here with some time - keep around 2 - 3 hours to enjoy a sumptuous meal and enjoy the views of the beach from your table. Langostinos for starters along with salazones de la casa
My choice of rice was Rape con gambas - a 100% seafood variety
Fideua de atun - this is the noodle version of the paella ( just to give you an idea)

Alicante Theatre

by elssbkeppe

Opened in 1847, this is a theatre par excellence. Its main facade is in the neo-classical style, while its interior, designed in accordance with the Italian typology of the period, is divided into three clearly differentiated areas: the vestibule, the horseshoe-shaped auditorium and the stage.

It currently has the capacity for an audience of 1072.

Ikarus in Alicante

by barbskie

It is known that Ikarus, the son of Daedalus was fallen into the Icarian sea near Sicilly. As he flew closer to the sun the wax that holds his artificial wings was melted causing his death(Greek Mythology). His comeback as a sculpture can be seen here in the port of Alicante realized by the Esperanza d'Ors., a Spanish artist.


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