Stayed there it’s not bad sounds daft but full of Spanish as its in the old town, foods ok you are not allowed anything in the pool but rooms r nice and clean.
We went in May hotel was clean and staff friendly food was nice most of the entertainment was in Spanish so we didn’t spend any evening in the hotel we went out I suppose it depends what sort of holiday you want I found this place very Spanish orientated don’t think I would return
Hello I stayed here last Aug all inclusive lovely rooms clean and tidy sheets changed every day….all food served always very nice we didn’t find anyone rude at all bar staff are very nice we went to the beach every day and late afternoon came back and sat at the pool or at the bar couldn’t fault this place one bit.. the month we went there wasn’t any stags or hen party’s there ..I would defo go back to fiesta park
Sandra Mccallen – Stayed. In fiesta park hotel last August. Lovely hotel. In old town. I think there is a ramp at entrance and then a lift to bring u up to reception. I’m not sure about getting to dining room as we used the stairs down to it all the time. But I’m sure there’ll be something there. Staff lovely. Don’t think it’s to dear for a taxi into the new town.
Jan Harris – I stayed at Fiesta Park for Christmas 2 years ago, it was great. Good food good entertainment. Only drawback was thin walls and a bit of a walk to get anywhere.
Rosalind Thomas – Good hotel stayed there a few times on Poniente side food fine good entertainment nice pool area. ….you will probably get some negative reviews as mainly Spanish clientele…..always had a good time there…..staff were great really helpful no complaints at all. ….about 10 minute walk to Old Town and much more room on the beach at Poniente.
Sandra Ali – My friends stayed there over Xmas and new year . And loved it. . Said the food was great. . There were a lot of Spanish people stopping there , who they got on really well with .
Tracy Jarvis Tof Nanna – I stayed here & found the food not to my taste & the night time entertainment was a old time dancing for the Spanish oap’s.. & you could not get a seat in the ballroom because of the local oap dancers .. The hotel was very clean & had a lovely smell…it had a nice pool area with a lovely terrace bit that was always full of smokers( witch spoiled it a little for me) .. the beer was good & spirits were of a generous measure but all inclusive stopped at 11pm & ques were massive but I think that’s applies to most all inclusive… everyone’s taste is different so enjoy your stay.
Dave Mcqueen – We went a few years ago on our first time to Benidorm . It’s not the best. Tends to be the one the Spanish use, the food is basic, alright if you love fish. But it’s not the worst. Will be booking a better hotel next time.
Daniel Walker – Complete dive in my opinion.pool area was filthy. poorly made food. Went all inclusive and ate one meal there .lunch time snack was left overs from breakfast.
Port Fiesta Park Hotel is 600 m from Benidorm ’s Poniente Beach. It features indoor and outdoor pools, a sauna and a well-equipped gym. The modern rooms have flat-screen satellite TV, and most have a private balcony.
The stylish, modern rooms are air-conditioned in summer and have a safe. There is a private bathroom, and internet is available for an extra charge.
Port Fiesta Park has a bar and offers evening entertainment throughout the week. There is a buffet restaurant, and vending machines for drinks and snacks.
There is costume jewelry and accessory shop onsite as well as a games room with billiards and darts.
Fiesta Park is just a few minutes’ walk from Benidorm’s exciting nightlife, as well as restaurants and bars. It is 2 km from Real de Faula Golf Club, and 3 km from Terra Mítica.
There is a 24-hour reception, and you can hire a car from the tour desk. Parking is available nearby for an extra charge.