We were there 2 weeks ago was fab kids loved it we walk down to old town not that far lovely plenty bars shops etc we walked then realise we were in new town.Entertainment ok had ones singing, bird show, magic show , one day big inflateable slide in pool also mini disco at nights team try hard gud with kids happy hr 4/5 and 9/10 .Only prob was walking up hill in heat so if out got taxi back never herd of shuttle busas someone said.Great hotel we had appartment facing entertainment and pool .Clean friendly appartments resturant gud we ate few times €12 adults including drinks €7 children menu of whats on outside so could choose what night go would definatley return again and recommend.
Jillian Grant – 28th April 2018 – Just back yesterday after a 4 night stay at terralta fab place to stay..food great staff amazing apartments spotless and really good place all round it’s up a bit of a hill so quiet as it’s in Spanish residential area but 10 mins walked us to the old town and there’s a bus stop at bottom of hill about 3 mins walk away from apartments that takes u to new town for 1.50 euro…would deffo recommend for people of all ages so much to do n has everything u need from mini market to gym indoor pool an amazing outdoor pool games room bar computers everything.
Lisa Waller – We went last year, brilliant place. Only thing I would suggest is that the last weekend in July there is a massive festival right behind the apartments and loud (really loud) music is played until about 5am, so didn’t sleep well at all that weekend. People that had booked with Jet2 were told there would be a mild disturbance and then no reps were on site until the Monday after it had all finished for them to complain to!!! xx
Stayed about 6 times fab apartments and complex perfect for young children 10 min to old town down a hill. We didn’t find it a problem usually taxi back as the bus service was only perhaps hourly. If you want to be in the thick of the new town you would need to use taxi but the beach at Poniente is lovely and lots to do in old town. We tended to have a day on the complex and out at night or vice versa.
Amazing have been twice and will be going again. Pool is one of the best I’ve been to in Spain 👌 whole place is so clean, staff are so friendly 5/5 from me xxxx
Been going Terrelta for 6yrs, going again in March lovely friendly place best of both worlds if you want noise all night then stay in place nearer old or new town but to come back to good night’s sleep especially if got children .rooms great staff great have great time
We stayed here for a week Christmas eve to new yrs eve …loved it really big rooms and very clean…a little out of town…but a nice walk if u take it time…plus side there’s a bus stop outside the hotel..bus number 26….£1.50 Not bad..defo going back there for Christmas.
We are here now and its lovely..staff are great and apartments are very clean and big..10 minute walk to old Town and bus stop is 5 mins away..we are a family of 5 so its 2 taxis back on a night time from new town which has been about €8/€9 per taxi..little shop here..Make sure you have €60 as they need a deposit when you arrive..we didn’t know that and few others didn’t either x
Stayed a few times over the years just come back from there last week and wouldn’t stay there again a bit too far out of the way from new town, bathroom flooded from ceiling leaking from upstairs every time they had a shower told reception on few occasions but nothing done, it’s situated on a steep hill in a residential area where they is a cockerel living it one of the houses that you can hear from 5am in the morning as well as a dog barking, room got cleaned once in our 7 day visit as well as towels only been changed once. Personally think better hotels closer to old town and new town xx
I stayed here in June , lovely spacious apartments , pool area clean and my two young kids enjoyed it , did not enjoy food we ventured out most evenings for food anyhow as we were self catering, the entertainment was okay not all that great , is far out and perhaps 10,15 min walk into the old town , taxi is cheap , staff were very helpful and the shop on site was very handy . i would stay here again x
I’ve stayed there this August, it’s great if you have young kids, it’s clean spacious great pool , it is up a big hill in a residential area so nothing around it but if you don’t mind a walk it’s fine , the entertainment on a night is not that great and the food in the main buffet dining room is not the best bar food is a lot nicer , there’s a fab little shop on site though and the apartments are well equipped all in all we enjoyed our stay and would recommend it
We have just got back from here.. lovely apartments.. very clean. Lovely staff.. shop on site which is very reasonable priced.. kids loved pool.. lovely holiday.. it’s about €10 in a taxi to new town.. would deffo stay here again x
I’ve just been to Terralta, loved it. Will definitely be going back there next time I go to Benidorm . Lovely and clean complex, it’s got everything you need, pool bar, snack bar, onsite shop/mini market, launderette, Buffet restaurant, pool water polo and games, aqua aerobics etc. Most importantly happy hour twice a day 👍🏼. In between cleaning & linen change days you just ask at reception if you would like clean towels etc and they send housekeeping. Couldn’t honestly fault the hotel
Got back last week. Brilliant pool for kids n very clean tidy n family friendly. Night entertainment not great. 10 min walk to Poniente beach n old town. I wouldn’t say steep hill but it a up a hill, just depends if you mind walking a bit. Shop on site n supermarket 5 mins away
Clean rooms, towel change every other day, sheet change every 4 days. There is a shop for basics, cooked chicken frozen veg fresh bread daily. Indoor pool also gymnasium, very large outdoor pool,. You can book full board or Half. or buy a meal when you want. Tv is basic channels, itv , bbc1, price depends on length of stay. Last winter wifi was E1 per day. There is a bus stop outside to Old Town very hour, Self catering people walk down to supermarket then bus back , Stayed about 30 times over 14 years, now stay for 3 months over winter. If you want to ask a question phone reception they will gladly help you, The reception staff have been there since it opened in 2002,
Ste N Sally Dawkins – I stayed there last October half term , we loved the rooms nice and big, The rooms are massive and there’s a full kitchen and table and chairs , spotless clean and staff lovely , I would defo of gone self catering and just ate out but think it was about £50 more so that’s why we went all inclusive, not loads of choice but lovely , I would stay there again defo.
Yvonne Thomas – Brilliant hotel excellent staff been going for 8 years yea there is a hill but walk down along the beach to new town loads going on along the way even walk back and get a taxi near the dove park I’m sure you won’t be disappointed well equipped kitchens fridge Freezer microwave everything you need even hairdryer in bathroom entertainment till around 11 bar shuts at 12 hill right at bottom of road quite steep for about 3/5 then the rest to hotel I would say was a incline rather than hill.
Glynis Charlesworth – Just returned on the 7th of sept apartments were really spacious pool area ideal for kids only down side we found was there’s no were round it were u can go for a drink or food good walk into the old town & uphill back but we had a really good time tended to stay put during the day & a walk out at night.
Anita Kelly – Its a lovely hotel great for families great games room downstairs for the kids but they are up a steep hill there’s a bus comes every 2 hrs brings you to the new town r u can get a bus half way down the hill we used to walk to old town n then on to the new town and get taxis back it’s about €8 in a taxi.
Gary Mac – We stayed there a couples of weeks ago all inclusive is terrible don’t expect to get drunk on the house vodka (24%) and they charge you 30 euros per room deposit they also charge for everything including wifi and 5 Euro’s a day for a baby’s cot ….. the entertainment apart from one act was reasonable but dancers 3 nights in a trot is a bit much the food all i can say is i watched a lot of people walk in and then walk out its ok if you like chicken nuggets and chips the hill is ok if your fit to walk it my fiance is recovering from 2 knees ops so cost us a fortune in taxis on the other side of the coin though the rooms were good and clean and the staff are nice and you can have a laugh with them but i would not stay there again tbh.
Angela Dunstan – Apartments are lovely and spacious. Its a nice walk down into Benidorm then we taxi’d back…so long as you factor in about 10 euros for the taxi you’ll enjoy it and in April it may be cool enough to walk back. We stayed there in August 2014 so it was too hot to walk back the hill.
Gerda Hurst – We went in 2012 and loved it. Rooms are spacious and comfortable. Everything you need for a self catering holiday provided. It took us about 15 minutes to the beach,wasn’t to bad a walk or you can catch the bus just outside to the new or old town. Taxi back was between 6 -8 euros at the time. We’re going back next june/July and looking forward to it. X
We couldn’t find fault to be honest. Yes it’s out the way from all the nightlife. In a quiet residential location. The main pool is really nice and there is an adults only pool. Pool bar and main bar restaurant. Little shop on site for your first bit of shopping and a lovely lady who runs it. All the staff where very friendly when we went. They say the hill’s a nightmare to walk back up but it didn’t bother us. We just split the taxi fare between the 4 of us if we didn’t fancy the walk back up. I’m sure you will enjoy it. I don’t like high rise that’s why we chose there.
Jennifer Lee – Lovely apartments and staff could not fault them when we stayed ,a bit far out but you can get buses for a euro .Entertainment was good and rueban the entertainer/activities guy had plenty for you to join in with and a barrel of laughs.
Gail Smith – Am just back.. they are spotless..indoor pool..happy hour twice a day..internet 20 euro but works great..safe 2 euro a day..bit of a walk..but bus stop across the road..bus is on the hour every day.
Melanie Boyle – I stayed there….honest opinion….lovely apartments and food at their cafe nice…up a very steep hill and out of the way of everything…such a hike down to the shops….had to get bus to new town and taxi back but if u were going into new town a bit later it had to be taxis there and back which over the holiday added up to quite a bit! Would never stay so far out again.
Julia Goldspink – Stayed there at xmas with a 9 yr old and a 16 yr old . Walked up and down at least twice a day . Not a bad walk, from bottom of the hill it was 10 mins ( we can walk at a decent pace ) . Think if it was summer months then it would be a different story .
Apartment great and spacious, had entertainment , indoor and outdoor pool . Overall really good but yes the hill / being out of the centre is something to consider.
Chris Bee – I’m , there now January 2017, it lovely here , great staff , nice and clean , Wifi is 20 euros for a week , but gets cheaper the longer you stay , don’t use the Tv as I don’t think cost is worth it , sports are shown in the bar and the drink prices are reasonable , bus is € 1.50 in to town , or a nice walk down hill , I get bus or taxi back between 5 and 10 euros depending where I am .
Peter Furlong …Excellent place , family oriented and lots of kids around the pool but great atmosphere, only 10 min walk down hill to old town, not ideal if you want to spend time in levante as it’s the other end of town, taxi to levante about 7-8 euros, but lots of places to see without going to levante
Emma Louise Mcmanus Lovely hotel I’d stay again only problem is it’s a walk to new town but depends how quick you walk and I always find it quicker through markets
Review Terralta Apartments:-
Booked late with Jet2 Holidays which were great as usual. Being out of town was the second drop off so not long to wait around sat on a hot coach. Checked in at 2.20pm starving, nice and friendly on reception Maria is lovely and said they would still serve us lunch even though was nearly over (2.30pm). Got to the room and found only a wet room/”rain” shower which was lovely and new looking but with a baby we needed a bath really. Maria checked and no problem to change to ground floor room with a bath.
Both rooms were facing road but no issue with noise, our friends were at the front overlooking the car park and said deliveries woke them up at 5am each day. Had to pay 60€ deposit and 5€ a day for cot (45€ – could probably buy one!) which they took out of deposit. Pool was lovely (although never seemed to be cleaned?), nice shallow areas and slides for the little ones and the playground was good too. You can hire the sunbed mattresses from reception for 1€ a day or 5€ per week. Well worth the money as uncomfortable without, and people seemed to just pay 1€ and take them back to room each night as they had no record of who had paid what. Entertainment during the day lacking for kids, they had games such as water polo and darts, not so much for kids but they didn’t seem to mind as they had the pool, playground, and in the basement there’s a games room which was great. Evening entertainment was 8.30pm kids disco, 9.30pm competition or show such as Spanish dancers, bird of prey show or a clown/magician type, 10.30pm karaoke. Sunday is their day off so nothing at all on day or night.
Food was pretty good, although it took a few days to realise that even though nobody is at the “show cooking” area, if you wait there they will come out and do you an omelette (cheese and ham) or pancake (nutella/jam on the salad counter) and usually some sort of grilled meat/fish for lunch/dinner. Nuggets every day! Did the job though and restaurant staff much more friendly than the bar staff!
Shop was well stocked and reasonably priced too. Only gripe was that even though all inclusive you were only allowed one of 3 cocktails; black Russian, white Russian (same but with lemonade instead of coke??) and blue lagoon which I do like to have if all inclusive as I’m not keen on lager or local spirits and the wine was a bit crap. No juice was included either so fresh orange, pineapple etc had to be paid extra so no vodka/orange for the hubby lol. Additionally, as we were two adults and a one year old they only allowed us 2 drinks at a time, which is ludicrous as the baby needs to drink as well. So shared 2 (small) waters between us each time. Plus you can only buy 1 item each every 10 mins so if you want an ice pop or a sandwich you can’t get a drink at the same time! And one of us had to wait 10 mins for the 3rd sandwich! Ridiculous.
Booked Mundomar/Aqualandia combined tickets from hotel reception which were same price as the outlets in town 48€ per adult but hubby wanted to swim with dolphins so he paid 120€ and got a discount at Aqualandia as we went after 3pm with it being open til 7pm. Good job when you pay an extra 8€ for a locker! 10-12€ in a taxi each way but think you can get the bus cheaper just a hassle for us with pushchair etc. Struggled to get a taxi back even though water park staff called one 3 times we still waited 45 mins and ended up flagging one down further down the street.
The hill up to the hotel isn’t that bad, but it is a good walk. We tended to walk down to old/new town and get taxi back home which is 6-10€ depending where you are. Overall a good holiday but a few tweaks needed and location makes it a little difficult to eat out with a little one and a greedy husband.
With its quiet setting and indoor-outdoor pool scene, the Terralta Apartments hit the mark for a chilled-out holiday. Like the modern restaurant and bar, spacious apartments are decorated in sunny primary colours. Location-wise, the beach is a 15-minute walk away.
Without a doubt, the biggest attraction here is the pool scene. In summer, the outdoor pool steals the show. It’s a huge curvy affair with water features that wouldn’t look out of place in a waterpark. There’s plenty in the way of sunloungers and parasols, too. In the winter, attention turns to the heated indoor pool. It’s housed under a glass roof, so you’ll feel like you’re swimming outside.
As for the apartments themselves, they’re arranged in brightly-painted three-storey blocks. You can choose from one and two-bedroom options, both of which come with the likes of TVs, air-conditioning and bigger-than-average balconies. In terms of décor, think funky blue sofas, blond-wood fittings and simple, comfy bedrooms.
When it comes to mealtimes, you’ve got a snack bar serving light bites like pizza, alongside more substantial Spanish and international dishes. And if you want to chill out by the pool, there’s a bar close to the water that’s open in summer. Elsewhere, meanwhile, there’s a fitness suite and a games area with a pool table and table tennis.
In terms of location, the Terralta sits on a steep hill in a quiet residential area, so it has a slight out-of-town feel. When you want to hit the sands, Poniente beach is just a 15-minute walk away. For shopping and nights out, meanwhile, you can walk to the old town and the centre of Benidorm within about 25 minutes. And if you don’t fancy the legwork, you’ve got local buses and cabs to take you to and fro.
A security deposit of EUR 60 is required upon arrival for incidentals. This deposit is fully refundable upon check-out and subject to a damage inspection of the accommodation.
Rooms for guests with wheelchairs are available on request, subject to availability.
Air conditioning is available from June to September.
Please note that in accordance with local laws, properties are not obliged to admit groups on stag or hen parties.