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Language: Spanish | Currency: Euro (€) | Local time: (UTC-8:00) | Average flight time: 2.5 hrs
Alicante is home to some of the best luxury Costa Blanca hotels, with plush options such as the five-star Hospes Amérigo attracting a glitzy, star-studded clientele.
If it’s a combination of beach holiday and city break that appeals, check out Alicante’s Explanada de Espana – access right onto the seafront promenade makes this a perfect location for urbanite sun worshippers.
Prefer to be in the centre of things? The Calle De San Francisco and Calle San Fernando are both central locations with shopping and nightlife right on the doorstep.
Talking of nightlife, Benidorm makes other Spanish party hotspots look tame. Fun, frivolous and unashamedly brash, it’s one of the biggest and best-value Costa Blanca resorts.
The area around the main square is a tad noisy for all but the most hardened clubaholics. Instead, browse the accommodation on offer along the seafront, where you’ll find three-star and four-star options, plus a host of cheap Costa Blanca hotels.
You won’t be stumped for after-hours inspiration when you visit our Costa Blanca nightlife page.
In line for something a little quieter and more family oriented from your stay on the Costa Blanca?
The culture-rich town of Jávea is free from high-rise hotels and mega clubs, instead boasting two superb Blue Flag beaches and bags of historic interest. Boutique accommodation and upscale villas are the norm here, but you’ll find plenty of cheap Costa Blanca hotels as well.
The town itself is relaxed and low key, making it perfect for families, but if your nippers require more entertainment, take a look at livelier Costa Blanca resorts such as Denia and Calpe.
Are you yearning to get off the beaten track or planning a walking trip on the Costa Blanca?
There are plenty of hotels in Costa Blanca to suit adventure seekers as well as sun-worshippers, with a smattering of spectacular options in the rugged mountains surrounding the postcard-perfect town of Guadalest.
Travellers keen to save cash should browse the many casas de huespedes (boarding houses), pensiones (guest houses) and casas de labranzas (farmhouses) that often offer cheaper accommodation options than hotels.
If it’s all-out luxe you’re after, you won’t be disappointed.
Practice your swing at Denia Marriott La Sella Golf Resort & Spa, enjoy the ultimate in relaxation with a stay at the SHA Wellness Clinic overlooking the bay of Altea, or step into the tropical paradise of the Barceló Asia Gardens Hotel & Thai Spa.
There are upscale options in most of the major resorts, so whether your tick list includes an infinity pool, a Jacuzzi or extravagant butler service, there’s a five-star Costa Blanca hotel out there for you.