Fiesta Park Hotel

, Benidorm, Spain
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Fiesta Park Hotel

, Benidorm
3 star

Rooms: 338

5 Calle Arnedo - Benidorm - 03502 - Spain 34 965851766
489 Traveller

Reviews - Fiesta Park Hotel

2/10
Fiesta - NOT!
Submitted by: Colin in 03/04/07
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: Ireland
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
My only hope is that you are reading these reviews of the Fiesta Park Hotel BEFORE you book.
Initially, after reading the "Spanish only" reports about here we were kind of glad. We considered it would be a nice change from looking at those hordes of English fashion disasters in horrible football tops and matching shorts. But by the end of the week however, we would have welcomed a king george cross (even though we're Irish) with open arms! The food was disgusting. End of. My girlfriend totally refused to eat anything after the first day. In fact, she wouldnt even go into the cafe. I, being a much braver grubber, managed to eat several bread rolls every day of our week stay, trying desperately to salvage something from our all inclusive booking. Being an almost exclusively spanish hotel, the food was a strange combination of boiled artichokes, sticky (and smelly) paella, fish in some kind of black and brown sauce (very scary to look at), and goulash, etc. Dont get me wrong, Im not against foreign food in any way, but this was very low grade indeed. The desserts, while looking initially attractive, tasted of absolutely nothing (a common AI trend in most hotels I suppose). And, we finally gave up totally after day two, glumly buying our meals in town. You may think then, that the redeeming feature for us would have been the "free" all inclusive alcohol we were entitled to. But alas, this again, was something of a pipe dream. The only free "local" beer was Amstel, an ok beer in itself, but since when is Amstel Spanish - ie. "local" Correct me if Im wrong, but doesnt it come from Holland? I quite like San miguel, Estrella, Dorada etc, but none of these were there. Just Amstel, which obviously must have been cheaper than the fore mentioned. As for the other drinks......... I challenge you to try the vodka! Even with the addition of a big dash of mixer, it was retchingly undrinkable. The sangria was poured out of a clear plastic bottle (and didnt seem to have any alcohol in it) and various other spirits were the cheapest most vile kinds you could buy in the local markets. Which brings us nicely to the "entertainment". Erm, do you speak spanish? Do you like accordian music? Well, you would have enjoyed it immensely then. Thats about all I can say. Maybe it was because the place was full of (and I mean FULL of) Spanish pensioners, but there was no getting by the fact that none of the entertainment was in English for the rest of us. Due to the assembled collection of walking sticks, and creaking old bones, we quickly renamed the Fiesta Park to Jurassic park, due to the hundreds of dinosaurs roaming its echoey corridors and howling like something being killed. Which leads us nicely to the previously mentioned NOISE........ You may think that with the inhabitants of the Fiesta park being so old, things must have been nice and quiet at night eh? WRONG!!! I dont know what it is with Spanish people (young or half dead), but they dont talk. They SHOUT!!! Why? I couldnt work out. But even sitting facing each other over a table, they would gabble at 100+ decibels in speeds seemingly exceeding 3000wpm (great if youre a typist, but not if you have to listen to it). At night time they proceeded to shout away most of the dark hours in the hallways, slamming doors, and making us think that we'd paid to be in some kind of holiday lunatic asylum. It was very stressful, and ultimately nerve wrecking with not getting one nights solid sleep in a full week. We couldnt even watch the TV in the room as all the channels on it were in Spanish too - which added very nicely to our accumulating list of horrible food, loud (and rude) people, disgusting drinks, and the fact that "snacks" quite often meant reheated food from earlier in the day. All in all, things for us were an unrelenting nightmare. So, if youre reading this, (and I pray you are before booking) please dont go there. Please, please, please I beg you. Its making me ill and shaky even just thinking about your stay and I dont even know you. Book somewhere else, ANYWHERE ELSE, youll be much happier for that decision. Have to go now, need to lie down, the flashbacks are coming again..........
6/10
Value for money!
Submitted by: Alan in 02/01/07
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
First stayed at this hotel in May of 2006 as a family group, this included my dad(78)my 2 sisters and their partners (all in the 40's)and myself and my wife. We had a good weeks holiday and good value for money. Its not the best hotel in the world but you get what you pay for and myself an my wife went again in Sep 2006 and had another good holiday.On both hols we had rooms overlooking the pool,which i believe are the best roooms(quiet at night).Not the largest but more than adequate for 2ppl.Food is average and we didnt go hungry,breakfast wasnt that good though and most mornings we went into town and had a good full english at very reasonable prices! The pool didnt get too busy and we could always get a lounger no matter what time we went.The entertainment in evenings is definately geared up to the spanish OAPS who flock there! We had no problems with that apart from the fact that they want to walk through you and dont want to give way (i had great fun in sometimes standing my ground and making them move around me for a change!) The hotel is only a short stroll from the beach, which is fantastic, and is in easy walking distance from the new town if you want to go there to look around the shops and bars. Didnt have any problems with the staff, those that we came into contact with were helpful and friendly. Rooms were cleaned daily. To sum up......would go back again, and remember, you get what you pay for!!
6/10
Value for money!
Submitted by: Alan in 05/01/07
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
First stayed at this hotel in May of 2006 as a family group, this included my dad (78)my 2 sisters and their partners (all in the 40's) and myself and my wife. We had a good weeks holiday and good value for money. Its not the best hotel in the world but you get what you pay for and myself and my wife went again in Sep 2006 and had another good holiday. On both hols we had rooms overlooking the pool, which I believe are the best roooms (quiet at night). Not the largest but more than adequate for 2ppl. Food is average and we didnt go hungry, breakfast wasn't that good though and most mornings we went into town and had a good full English at very reasonable prices! The pool didnt get too busy and we could always get a lounger no matter what time we went. The entertainment in evenings is definately geared up to the Spanish OAPS who flock there! We had no problems with that apart from the fact that they want to walk through you and dont want to give way (I had great fun in sometimes standing my ground and making them move around me for a change!) The hotel is only a short stroll from the beach, which is fantastic, and is in easy walking distance from the new town if you want to go there to look around the shops and bars. Didn't have any problems with the staff, those that we came into contact with were helpful and friendly. Rooms were cleaned daily. To sum up...... would go back again, and remember, you get what you pay for!!
10/10
Great Quality
Submitted by: Ruth in 03/01/06
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Relaxation Seeker
Staff friendly (even though they don't speak much English) not a problem though, very clean, rooms cleaned every day. Food great always something to choose from.
10/10
Friendly Staff
Submitted by: Tanya Green in 07/04/05
  • Age Group:
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type:
I had a very nice stay at hotel fiesta park. Everything was up to standard. The workers were friendly.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Fiesta Park Hotel

mostly for spanish

from A TripAdvisor Member
We recently stayed at the Fiesta Park Hotel in the Old Town of Benidorm. There were 6 adults in our group aged between 20 and 24. The hotel was very nice as were the staff. Our rooms were a little bit small but very clean and tidy, we had maid service every day. When we went we were told the air conditioning didn't start until July but we found out you can put your key card in the slot below the air conditioning box and it works. The food however was not up to much, it was basically the same choice every day and was mostly catered for spanish. The bar/lounge area was very nice but sadly the entertainment wasn't as good, again it was mostly aimed towards spanish people staying at the hotel. If you like sitting by the pool, you have to wait until about 1 o'clock until the sun comes round onto the pool. Although we were half board we did spend most of our time eating out at places such as John&Josephs, Champions Bar and Foodland which are all in New Town. If you're looking for some good entertainment we would recommend The Town House Cabaret Bar and also Jokers for people who are looking to stay out until the early hours! If you are wanting to go for a romantic stroll one night, you can walk along to the view point beside all the Tapas Bars where you can have a caricature drawn of yourself. All in all we had a great holiday but would not stay in the Old Town again as it is more suited to the more mature tourists, next time we would stay in the New Town.

Billy(23) Kelly(24) Fraser(22) Lynsey(20) Jamie(23) Lisa(22)
Dundee, Scotland.

Hated every part of it

from A TripAdvisor Member
We booked for a family of 8 and on arrival found we had been put on different floors. The food was lousy, most of it unedible and no variation. More Spanish holiday makers than any other nationality and they were pig ignorant, pushing and shoving and looking you up and down like a piece of **** If it hadn't been for the fact that I could have got arrested, I would have decked nearly all of them and I'm not usually a nasty person. Entertainment for the English was about an hour of our own disco songs and the rest of the night was ballroom dancing for the "Spanish". The main show they put on didn't start till 11.00pm and that wasn't worth staying up for. The walls were paper thin and you could hear all the spoken words from the rooms next door. All in all I can honestly say that this is the worst hotel and holiday I have ever had. Take my advise and DONT gooooooooo there.

o my god

from A TripAdvisor Member
we got back from fiesta park 2 hours ago and feel so strongly we need to sit down at 1.30 in the morning to file this review. we agree the hotel is clean, the staff were not bad, BUT the food was very poor(two weeks of chips and gravy,and going out for breakfast every day,my kids are not fussy eatersbut even the butter is inedable) so brought butter from supermarket. As for the entertainment what a joke( UNLESS YOU LIKE BALLROOM DANCEING with 70 YEAR OLD SPAINISH PEOPLE who if you go to the loo will nick your seat as soon as you move) we complained to our rep(sunset) who agreed this hotel is not for children. we beleve this hotel should be taken out of the sunset book and put in the saga book but only for people who wish to loose weight.Every british holidaymaker we spoke to had or was going to complain. One joked as we were leaving we might like to send a red cross parcle. if you have kids and you have saved hard PLEASE do not go there, as far as my kids are consurned its been very boring( they are 16,14 and 10) ps sorry for the spelling but we are knacked.

all good

from A TripAdvisor Member
my dad was dreading bringing us because of all the bad reviews. when we arrived we found that it was clean and the staff were helpfull. we are still here and we are enjoying it. d.j granny ( i kid you not) plays banging tunes for all the oldies to get up and dance and when they do its the most hilerious thing in the world ( line dancing to trance ). Food is good beacuse of the variety. getting out and about is easy because the beach is only 5 mins max walk and there is a taxi rank up the hill 2 mins max away. only been here óne day feel like we´ve been here a week.

hated every minute.

from A TripAdvisor Member
Seventy to ninety club.Food rubbish.Clean.Catered to spanish inside hotel and to the many spanish waltzers who came in and took best seats for free.

not good

from A TripAdvisor Member
the hotel is clean. that is the only good point. the staff were unfriendly in the main. the food was aimed at the spanish and german guests, with no thought of the british, unless you count chips every night as catering for us.
the entertainment was for the spanish every night, which is fair enough, but i will not be returning and i would advise others not to.

OK, but room for improvement

from A TripAdvisor Member
The Fiesta Park Hotel was ok, the rooms were very small, the entertainment was poor (there was very little) and a few of the reception staff were rude. However the location was quite good and the food was excellent, there was always something to suit everyones taste.

nice hotel food poor lifts bad clean hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
not a bad hotel food poor we went for a month but only stayed 2 nights they cater more for the spanish would not go again

enjoyed our stay

from A TripAdvisor Member
this hotel was very clean, needs a little refurbishment in the rooms but again very clean.This hotel however caters very much for the spanish, but then again what do we go to spain for.Staff are friendly. not far from all amenities. food was excellent lots of choice.

fiesta park hotel

from mikmikSuffolkEngland
just returned from benidorm (30-10-04). the hotel is very clean the food was above average the choice good unless you're a vegetarian as was one of our party, a quick word to the waiting staff soon sorted out a suitable alternative though (a giant vegie pizza on one occasion) the staff are excellent very friendly and helpful. we were in the old part of the hotel which is showing it's age a little bit now. the rooms could do with little bit of refurb. they do seem to cater for the spanish more than the brits but then why go to spain if you don't want to mix with her own people

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Terra Mitica Do not go - an extremely busy theme park with long queues of over an hour in the blazing heat, whilst being pushed and pulled in the queue by the young, excited spanish children!

oldtown a visit to Queens Hotel for a great night out

try and find the bars that have happy hours some of the bars are at it with thei stay away from the bars on the beach they are really expensive also do not go near the beach at night as you may get robbed a lot of young spanish boys were robbing the british who fancied going to the beach at night

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  • Address: 5 Calle Arnedo - Benidorm - 03502 - Spain
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