I guess rented flats would be the most natural way, since new 'towns' of flats are built all the time.
From $200 and up per month.
Where I stayed, there were gardens, terraces, comm. pools, TV/Sat/Cable, parking or garages, solariums and two-three bedrooms in most flats. Restaurants, stores, banks and so on are never far away. Tennis courts, boulée fields and other 'recreational facilities' are also very common.
Being the capital of the Costa Blanca, Alicante has plenty of accomodation for all tastes and budgets. I recall our stay a few years ago in the Hotel Tryp Sol. This is a very tall building that immediately catches your attention when you look at the city´s skyline.
The hotel was built during the years where tourism was developping fast in Spain, according to the taste of that time. It was kept without remodellation for decades and, as we stayed there it was like going back into the late sixties. You could almost feel like an archeologist !
Rooms were very spacious. Actually they were appartments with even a complete kitchen and a living room. Having one of the upper floors guaratees a spectacular view of the city and the port.
I think the hotel has been finally remodelled in the recent years. Probably it offers more comfort now, but the views are still the same.
We camped in Alicante near the beach (Muchavista). It is really nearby, the camp ground is clean, and seemed pretty safe. The camp ground also has spaces for RVs...
The restaurant has great food and the lady in there is really nice.
Oh, and the cranky front desk guy will bark at you when he asks you to leave your passport with him and if you ask for a receipt... hehehhe
I don't know if it was because we went when it wasn't peak season yet, but the beach was practically empty. We stayed far from the restaurants and other food joints, and there were almost no people around!
I do not put my heart & soul into this recommendation because A)the shower didn't work and B)there were weird bugs and strange old men.
But it was cheap (approx. £7/night) and 56 sec. away from the beach. IT IS CALLED : HOSTAL MAYOR
We rented a double room (crap bed, oh how crap) for 5000 pesetas. That is about £19, £8 each.
The staff speak English and French. I found that more people knew French than English around there.
The hotel Regente is ideally situated right in the center of Benidorm and only few minutes from the beach.
At the Regente you and your family will be able to enjoy a fantastic holiday of sun and sand.
The hotel Rio-Park is ideally situated right in the center of Benidorm, Only a few minutes from the beach.
I loved this beautiful hotel. You'll probably not find this great guy there when you arrive, he's the one whose birthday we celebrated.
We stayed at the Marina Center Hotel,Benidorm. We enjoyed our stay there a lot, not least because of the beautiful art and the wonderful breakfast buffet.
The Villa Tranquila! Privately hired villa.
The average price for the villa at high season is £905 (pounds sterling - $1500)
The villa is pure luxury. It sleeps eight with ease, and has two kitchens, three bathrooms (one of which is en-suite) and four double bedrooms. It has a large private garden with a separate barbecue area and its own swimming pool.
A small Villa in Bolnuevo with a small pool.
It was very pleasant.
I think it was £395 for one week.
Two bedrooms. A bathroom, seperate kitchen and lounge.
Outside there was a small pool and round the front there was an eating area with dining table and chairs.
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