Rosamar Hotel

Benidorm may be known as a party destination, but it actually offers so much more than this. If you’re looking for a laid-back beach spot that the whole family can enjoy, then the traditional Rosamar Hotel is the place to be. The spacious pool contains a section just for kids, while the grown-ups have a spa to enjoy. There’s now even a splash park on-site, which is the perfect spot for some family bonding. Located in the heart of the new town, you’re also only 350 metres from Levante Beach, should you want to go out and explore.

Overview of Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca is a little slice of paradise located on the south-eastern coast of Spain. As well as fantastic beaches, here you’ll find everything from top nightclubs to designer boutiques and magnificent mountains. The sun always seems to shine here and that’s because it often does, with the coastline receiving over 300 days of warm rays every single year. From the party atmosphere and the glorious beaches of Benidorm, where you’ll find the Rosamar Hotel, to idyllic locations such as Moraira with its rustic charm, holidays to Costa Blanca offer something for everyone.

Things to do in Costa Blanca

A stay at the Rosamar Hotel provides you with great access to all Benidorm has to offer. The nearest restaurants, bars and shops are only a couple of hundred metres away, and the beach can be accessed in only a few minutes’ walk. Benidorm has six kilometres of beach for you to explore. Here you can relax and unwind, enjoy some water sports or paddle in the shallow waters. If you’re feeling adventurous, there’s even a playground for all ages including diving boards and swinging bridges. If you’re looking for something more traditionally Spanish, then head to the old town where you’ll find traditional shops and local bars serving everything from tapas to sangria.


Resort Summary

The six kilometres of sand formed by Benidorm’s two main bays are a big part of its appeal. Closest to the town centre, and near to many All Inclusive Costa Blanca hotels and restaurants, is Levante beach, also known as Sunrise Beach.

If you just want a paddle then you’ll find the shores pleasingly shallow, while further out in the water is a playground for all ages. There are swinging bridges, diving boards and rafts, with any number of watersports beyond, from banana boats to jet skiing. There is even a cable-skiing station in the sea at this end of town – it’s a bit like water-skiing, but without the boat.

The other bay is Poniente Beach. It’s a big beach, with a long, pedestrianised promenade and a playground for children. You’ll find it slightly calmer than Levante, but there are still plenty of restaurants looking out to sea here. It’s worth taking the trip up to the viewing point in between the two bays, dubbed the ‘Balcon del Mediterraneo’ the balcony of the Mediterranean, for the astounding views.

There’s also the opportunity to wander through the old town, where you’ll find amazing views over the bays and an impressive range of shops and markets to explore. If you fancy going further afield, head out into Costa Blanca to explore the Mediterranean Sea, mountains and natural parks of this beautiful area.