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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.
Offering charming Balinese-style bungalows with terraces, Marjal Costa Blanca Resort has a peaceful setting between the village of Catral and El Hondo Lake. It features a gym, spa, and indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
Surrounded by tropical gardens, each attractive wooden bungalow at Marjal Costa Blanca Resort has modern décor. The living room has a sofa bed and a flat-screen TV, while the kitchen comes with a microwave, fridge and a coffee maker. There is also a dining area.
You can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine in the Marjal’s restaurant. There is also a bar, a barbecue area and a small supermarket on site.
Guests have 1 free access for 1 hour per stay to the Marjal Costa’s gym and spa, where you can find a sauna and Turkish baths. There are 2 indoor pools and 3 outdoor pools. A range of facials and other beauty treatments is available.
Crevillente and Elche are approximately 10 minutes’ drive from the resort. The beaches at Guardamar are less than 14.9 miles away.
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- Free Wi-Fi
Pool and Wellness
- Swimming Pool - Kids (Surcharge)
- Gym (Surcharge)
- Spa and wellness centre (Surcharge)
- Jacuzzi (Surcharge)
- Swimming Pool - Outdoor
- Massage (Surcharge)
- Solarium (Surcharge)
- Sauna (Surcharge)
- Swimming Pool - Indoor
- Kids Club
- Billiards or pool table (Surcharge)
- Games room
Food & Drink
- Bar / Lounge
- Snack bar/deli
- Vending machine (snacks)
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Pool bar
Services & Shops
- Bicycle Rental (Surcharge)
- Luggage storage
- Beauty services
- Tour assistance
- Concierge desk
- Check-in time starts from 5pm
- Sun Terrace
- Wheelchair accessible
- Pets not allowed
- Check-in time ends at 11pm
- Parking (FREE)
- Coffee/tea maker
Rooms & Comfort
- Separate sitting area
- Garden view
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Air conditioning
Bath & Shower
- Private bathroom
- Complimentary toiletries
- Maid Service (Surcharge)
Hotels and apartments in Alicante
It’s easy to find plenty of cheap flights and hotels in Alicante, because there is just so much choice. When it comes to accommodation in Alicante if you’re looking for a beachside resort or a private luxury villa, you’ll find something to suit your needs and budgets. The attractive seaside town has an inviting charm with its mix of relaxed beach atmosphere and cultural history to soak up. There is so much to do on your Alicante holiday, with plenty of museums, cultural activities, festivals and beautiful nature areas. You can spend the day exploring the castle and waterfront and spend the evening dancing the night away thanks to the Alicante’s vibrant nightlife.
Alicante is the 8th largest metropolitan area in Spain, the town which also operates as a port, is situated in the lively Costa Blanca. For 7000 years the town was inhabited, and today the coastal sun spot is frequented by thousands tourist. The main feature of the town is the Castle of Santa Barbara which is located on the top of Mount Benacantil and sets the scene for a town that is steeped in rich history. In fact Alicante is so memorable that many poets and writers have featured it in their works. And this is all the backdrop to the some of the most stunning coastlines in Costa Blanca.
Where to stay for your Alicante accommodation
Finding cheap flights and hotels to Alicante is the easier bit, the harder part is choosing which part of this beautiful town to stay. There are so many hotels in Alicante to choose from, we thought we’d narrow down your options for you. No matter where you decide to stay you won’t be far from all the major attractions. If vibrant nightlife, historic buildings, shopping and great food is your thing, then you may want to start your accommodation in Alicante search in the Historic Old Town. With gothic buildings, traditional squares, a cathedral and independent boutiques and markets to shop the days away – and it’s only a few steps away from the beach! If you like to be able to open your apartment door and see the sea, there are so many hotels in Alicante that are located on the beach and marina. The gorgeous Postiguet Beach which is located in the centre is popular with tourists looking to spend the day relaxing on the sand. It’s also ideally located next to the impressive marina which is packed with bars and restaurants. You may also want to look into staying in San Juan which is very popular for those looking for a completely family-friendly low cost hotelsin Alicante.
Things to see and do in Alicante
Once you’ve booked your cheap hotel in Alicante, it’s time to start planning what you’re going to do whilst you’re there. And there is so much to do, that you may even struggle to fit it all in. Of course most will flock to the beaches, if you are staying in the centre a tram ride to San Juan is a must if you fancy a quieter beach experience – there’s also a golf course here. And of course, a no Alicante holiday is complete without a trip to the 16th century Castle of Santa Barbara. And culture buffs should head over to the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo to see their stunning collection. Those who like a haggle should make their way to Alicante’s market where you’ll find amazing cheeses, meats, fish and vegetables. And of course, if you fancied venturing down to the legendary Benidorm, you’re only a short train ride away from the bright lights and mayhem.
Partying in Alicante
If you’re looking to party throughout your Alicante holiday, you’re in for a treat because there are so many bars and clubs available. With different types of bars to suit everyone’s tastes. You’ll find a vibrant nightlife scene in the area of ‘el Barrio’ which is near the Cathedral. The clubs range from fashionable DJ club sets, live music in pubs to karaoke bars. There’s something for everyone. You’ll also find a lively night scene in ‘el Puerto’ and you can even join beach parties at the kiosks on the Postiguet and San Juan beaches. There is something for everyone.
What to eat in Alicante
Meal times in Alicante tend to be slightly later than the rest of Europe with breakfast typically between 7.30 and 10am, lunch between 2 and 3pm and dinner not being serves until 9-10.30pm. The food is worth the wait with over 100 different rice recipes, which is the base of most of their popular dishes. You’ll also find fresh fish and shellfish and meat that is produced in the nearby mountains. Fresh salads are salty with olives to accompany. You should also sample Horchata which is made with tiger nuts and is incredibly popular in all the bars. Those with a sweet tooth, should sample the local delicacy turron, which made up of almond, honey, sugar and egg whites. You can even get it in ice-cream.
Shopping in Alicante
Now that you’ve got your cheap holiday to Alicante sorted, you’ll be able to splurge a little with some shopping. Famous for its shoes and leather goods it’s a great place to stock up on new handbags. And you’ll also want to take home a little slice of Alicante in the form of wine, chocolates, olive oil and Turron. The beach great for shoppers who want to explore the little curiousity shops on the beachfront as well as those who prefer the well-known trendy brand shops. And of course you’re holiday shopping trip isn’t complete without a trip to the Spanish department store El Corte Ingles
Fast facts about Alicante
- Nearest airport: Alicante
- Flight time from London: 2hr 20mins
- Transfer time: 20 mins
- Language: Spanish
Marjal Costa Blanca Resort Reviews
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05 October 2018
Lots to do for kids
We really enjoyed our recent stay in Marjal Costa Blanca. This is a great resort for kids with plenty to keep them entertained day and night. Our 4 year old particularly enjoyed the playground and trampolines. We stayed in one of the fab new bungalows, it was very clean and cosy and perfect as a base for our trip. There are no kettles in the bungalows so a travel kettle would be good to bring with you. We will definitely be back again.
The best thing about my stay was...Tahiti pool and our bungalow were both fab
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