The Servigroup Pueblo Benidorm Hotel is a 3* star property in the quiet area of Benidorm but within a short distance to the nightlife and about 10 minutes walk to the Levante beach.
The hotel consists of a main building with an extra six annexes around the pool.
You can see three of them here.
Our room 7207 was in annex 7 on the 2nd floor room number 7
This block was really nice but our room (opposite side to the pool) looked over the rooftops of the kitchens so we had noise from the extractor fans and the aircon unit when our patio door was open, didnt really bother us though as we were out most the time.
On entering the annex using your key/card you immediately came to the lifts on getting to our floor this is what we found. The building was spotless and had a lovely fresh smell through it every day.
On entering the room again we were hit with that lovely fresh smell and we were well impressed. These beds were very comfortable the beds and room were made up every day.
Rubbish picture sorry.
The entrance to the room with wardrobe and safety deposit box. The safe cost us €24 but we got €10 returned to us at the end of the week. Got to say this was the only complaint we had, I didnt think the safety deposit box had the best locking system and looked rather flimsy.
The bathroom was big, lovely and clean and we got fresh towels every day. We also had a hairdryer and an anti slip bath mat, nice touch.
The room also had a tv mounted on the wall with various English channels. BBC1/ BBC2/ ITV/ ITV2/ Channel 4/ Sky News.
Lots of drawers two lots in the bedroom and the wardrobe
A free small fridge, great for your water/ pop or even beer if you fancy it.
Pool area, the pool was nice and clean as well as the surrounding area's. They did have a stage but it never got used as most of the entertainment was outside at the front of the hotel.
You might just be able to see the stage area had a huge cinema screen but all it ever seemed to show was fish swimming around and the days activities/ hotel information.
Top corner you can see the pool bar. We were paying €2.50 for a pint of Amstel day and night, sorry I didnt try pop lol.
Better picture of the cinema screen
Inside bar area
Sorry I thought I had taken alot more photos than this but it gives you an idea.
Would I stay here again, I most certainly would this is an amazing 3 star hotel and better than some 4 star ones I've stayed in.
When you come out of the hotel if you turn right their is a really cheap supermarket on the right hand side about 200 yards, its really modern and stocks everything you will need.
If you come out the hotel and go straight across the road towards the Hotel Helios follow the road down all the way you will eventually come to the beach or walk down two block's turn left or right takes you to the main drinking areas it gets wild even in June but their is plenty choice. One of our favourite bars was the Secret Fountain, its a roof top bar with live entertainment all night. No daft lads in this bar.
This bit is a warning, late at night if you come out of the hotel and turn right and keep walking you will come to the very top of English Square which is where the young kids drink this is right next to a bar called Day and Night Bar, you will always see a gang of girls hanging around on this corner, we think they were from the eastern block maybe Albanian or Romanian etc, this scum was very aggressive towards drunk single men and they were mugging them and I mean really mugging them forcing their hands in the guys pockets not trying to hide what they were upto. We used to always finish off in the Day Night Bar for something to eat, drink and a game of pool, we warned lots of guys even walking one old guy to his hotel. We always walked down the square turned next left and walked round the block back up towards the hotel Helios to avoid them.
Hotel website http://www.servigroup.com/es/hoteles-en-benidorm/hotel-servigroup-pueblo-benidorm/
Thats it hope it helps someone feel free to ask any questions.