Conveniently located within walking distance from the Poniente Beach, Hotel Carlos I Benidorm is a modern Spanish hotel easily reachable from the AP7 Motorway.
Each room has air conditioning, balcony, private bathroom with a bathtub and complimentary toiletries, flat-screen TV with satellite television service, phone, and parquet floors. An in-room safe and a clock radio are available in every room.
Hotel Carlos I Benidorm features a 24-hour front desk, fitness facilities, spa tub, swimming pool, laundry facilities, dry cleaning, on-site car rental, room service, elevator, and luggage storage. Other amenities include a lounge and a sauna.
The hotel restaurant serves Mediterranean-inspired buffet meals and there are snacks and drinks available in the bar area. A number of authentic Spanish restaurants are located within walking distance from the property.
Nearby attractions include the Terra Mítica Theme Park, Foietes City Sports Hall, and a shopping area on Avenida Jaime I.
Many guests say that the hotel staff is friendly and attentive, commenting that the employees at the reception desk are happy to book reservations, arrange transport, and recommend nearby restaurants and bars. Others report that maid service keeps the rooms clean and brings fresh towels every day.
Most guests report that the property is close to many clubs, shops, and banks, saying that the beach is easily reachable and the neighbourhood is quiet. Others note that it is easy to find an available taxi service in the area and that the residents of the district are mainly Spanish yet speak proper English and are always happy to help with directions.
Many guests say that the hotel facilities including a gym and a sauna are fantastic, noting that there is a big Jacuzzi for relaxation. Others comment that therapeutic massages are professional and available on-site.
Television only in Spanish
Several guests note that there are mainly Spanish channels available on TV, commenting that there are no English speaking programs whatsoever.
Some guests feel that the walls in the hotel rooms are thin and noise from the other rooms can be heard, saying that there are sounds coming from the bathroom of other rooms. Others suggest that light sleepers may want to bring a pair of earplugs.
Mainly Spanish dishes
While some guests feel that most of the dishes served for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, are Spanish and could use more variety, others note that the food is great, the portions are big, and the prices are budget friendly. Several guests comment that some of the dishes at the hotel restaurant are spicy and not suitable for children.