If you’re looking for a spacious, comfortable and no frills place to stay for your Benidorm holiday, then the 2-star Apartamentos Maja may be just the place for you. Located within just 7 minutes’ walk of Benidorm’s Poniente and Levante sandy beaches.
Located in the pretty Benidorm Old Town, the location is perfect for accessing all the traditional Benidorm attractions – only 1 km from the centre. Within a 5 minute walk of the hotel, guests will find plenty of shops, lively bars and restaurants.
Easy access to all the main Benidorm attraction are nearby, with Benidorm Municipal Market, Aiguera Park, Mal Pas Beach, the boat to Benidorm Island, the port and the Tram station are all within a mile of the hotel.
Also only a couple of miles away is the must-see attractions Aqualandia, the exciting Terra Mitica, Terra Natura and Acqua Natura Park.
The hotel staff can help guests with booking tickets and even bike rentals. There is also the restaurant Two Palms Restaurant located only a 5 minutes’ walk from the hotel that serves up British cuisine.
All 21 apartments are spacious with a balcony. To make your holiday even more convenient each room features a kitchen so that guests can cook their own meals, a microwave, a fridge and a freezer.
The rooms also have a free WiFi, a washing machine, TV, coffee maker and free cribs.
Services & Shops
- Car rental
- Luggage storage
- Tour assistance
- Pets accepted
- Iron/ironing board (on request)
- Coffee/tea maker
- In-room safe
Rooms & Comfort
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At a Glance
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...means that included in the price are all main meals, most drinks, which tend to be local varieties available during bar opening hours.
...means that breakfast, lunch and evening meals, are included in the price.
...means that your breakfast and evening meal is included in the price. In some cases you can choose to receive lunch instead of breakfast - the hotel will confirm this upon arrival.
...means that breakfast is included in the price.
...means that no meals or drinks are included in the price, but you will be provided with catering facilities in your accommodation to cook light meals.
...means that no meals or drinks are included in the price.
- Elche Park 0.23 miles
- L'Aiguera Park 0.26 miles
- Avenida Martinez Alejos 0.28 miles
- Church of San Jaime and Santa Ana 0.35 miles
- Placa del Castell 0.36 miles
- Malpas Beach 0.36 miles
- Mediterranean Balcony 0.43 miles
- Guillermo Amor Municipal Stadium 0.59 miles
- Levante Beach 0.85 miles
- Poniente Beach 1.05 miles
- Las Rejas Golf Club 1.06 miles
- Casino Mediterraneo Benidorm 1.28 miles
- Cala La Almadrava 1.52 miles
- Benidorm Palace 1.61 miles
- Villaitana Golf Course 1.68 miles
- Cala del Tio Ximo Beach 1.68 miles
- Aqualandia 2.00 miles
- La Cruz Benidorm 2.00 miles
- Aqua Natura 2.01 miles
- at_a_glance_airport Alicante ALC1h
The Costa Blanca’s boldest resort
Benidorm is bold, brash and buzzing – just the way its thousands of returning visitors like it. Situated on the sun-soaked Costa Blanca, Benidorm is a high-rise, high-attitude haven for holidaymakers who like their holiday lively and loud. This larger than life destination is well-known for its beaches, bars and dedicated following of international tourists.
From bars to beaches
Benidorm comes alive after dark with comedians, cabaret, drag queens and clowns. Night-owls will find the majority of bars and pubs located in The Square, which is perfectly placed in Benidorm’s town centre. Keep the party going until sunrise on the ‘Top Road’, where you’ll find a cluster of super clubs and big name DJs. Daytime bliss can be found on Benidorm’s two stunning sweeps of beach, Levante to the east and Poniente to the west. Both have clean, soft sand and clear, safe water.
Places to eat, shop and see
Benidorm’s choice of restaurants and cafes is impressive; food ranges from Sunday roasts to gourmet gastronomy, from traditional Spanish tapas to McDonalds. Wander into the Old Town for more traditional eateries and a real taste of Benidorm’s authentic Spanish culture. With cobbled streets and a maze of shops and restaurants, the Old Town is a charming break from the electric atmosphere of modern Benidorm. A variety of waterparks, theme parks and nature reserves lie just outside the town centre. Venture further afield to Alicante (50 minutes by car) for streets lined with shops and a pretty port overlooked by a castle.
Things to do in Benidorm
On the beach in Benidorm
With over 1.2 miles of golden sand, Levante Beach is the perfect place for a day spent by the sea. Pick a spot, settle in the sunshine and relax, safe in the knowledge that there are key facilities such as toilets, showers and shops close by.
Sunbeds can be pricey so pack some beach towels to lie on.
Eat and drink in Benidorm
Benidorm Old Town is a world away from the bright lights and noise of its modern counterpart. The charming, traditional restaurants found here serve delicious tapas and fresh fish. Pull up a chair on the cobbled streets and enjoy an authentic Spanish dish whilst watching the world pass by.
Tapas are small, tasty dishes usually ordered in 4s or 5s; they’re the perfect size for sharing and for trying different things.
After drinks in The Square, hail a taxi and head to the epic Top Road. If you’re in the mood for dancing then this row of super-clubs will see you through to dawn – most of them are open until 8am. Penelopes and KU Benidorm have been going for years and come highly recommended.
Buying drinks in The Square will be cheaper than in the Top Road clubs themselves.
Shopping in Benidorm
Benidorm’s indoor market is situated on Calle Girona; it’s open every day other than Sunday and is especially popular with tourists, selling a variety of British goods. Exchange holiday money at Sheila’s or find your ideal holiday read at Browse Awhile Bookstore.
Cast members from ITV’s Benidorm are said to shop here whilst filming nearby.
Things to see in Benidorm
Aqualandia was Spain’s first water park and has earned a well-deserved reputation as being fun, safe and clean. There are water rides to suit every age and swimming level, from ‘infantile’ to ‘radical’ attractions. Exciting, relaxing and a great way to cool down on a hot day in the Spanish sun.
Keep the cost of the trip down by bringing your own food and drink, which can be enjoyed in pretty picnic areas.
Amigos Restaurant and Roof Terrace
Amigos Restaurant and Roof Terrace has rave reviews online, with customers praising the friendly staff, excellent food and charming atmosphere. Try the delicious Sangria, said to be the best in Benidorm, or the steak, which is cooked to perfection every time.
On Plaza Constiucion 4, is reasonably priced with fresh cocktails and a fun atmosphere. Take a seat in the sun on the terrace, Mojito in hand, and watch life in Benidorm Old Town pass you by. The owners will make you feel so welcome one visit won’t be enough.
Romeria del Corpus
The Romeria del Corpus is a traditional Andalusian fiesta that happens every year in June. It’s a vibrant, 3 day long festival which sees participants dress in colourful costume and perform dances. There’s usually a fairground and horse processions too.
Aqualandia in Benidorm
A must-visit destination for the family. This thrilling water park is home to a great range of slides and pools. There are some nice grassy areas to relax and eat. Try to buy tickets in advance.
· Currency – Euro
· Time Zone – GMT + (1)
· Travel Time – Benidorm (ALC) - 2 hours 30 minutes (London)
· Transfer Time – 60 minutes (Taxi)
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