Gran Hotel Bali prides itself on innovation and luxury. The tallest hotel in Spain and Europe, it stands 186 meters high and boasts a brilliant location in the La Cala area of Benidorm, just past beautiful Poniente beach. With the most incredible view of the bay from the view point at the very top of the hotel and only a short distance from the Terra Mitica, this has to be one of the most unique hotels in Costa Blanca.
How far is the nearest beach?
The nearest beach is located 350 meters from the hotel.
Distance from Airport
The airport is situated 60Km from the hotel.
Gran Hotel Bali offers 776 rooms (12 of them are luxury suites). All rooms are large and offer maximum comfort, equipped with good standards of furnishing, air-conditioning and central heating.
Most rooms have private balcony or terrace, Pre-paid satellite TV, Pay to view movies, Internet connection in most rooms, Mini-bar (payable locally), Safety deposit box (at an additional charge, paid locally), Complete bathroom with hairdryer, Security door cards, Please note certain rooms have no balconies.
Food & Drink
Gran Hotel Bali features two buffet-style restaurants featuring show cooking. There are also two hotel bars and cafeterias, as well as 24hr room service for your comfort and convenience. During high season the hotel operates a swimming pool bar with an open terrace. There is also a disco night at the Cotton Bali Club, which is open every weekend until late.
Sports & Entertainment
Gran Hotel Bali offers an environment of leisure and enjoyment for all tastes and ages. And of course, the stunning Playa Poniente with its golden sands and clear water is just 350 meters away. A short taxi or bus ride will take you to the center of Benidorm and all its entertainment, restaurants, bars and shops.
Free form swimming pool, Separate children’s pool, Extra pool for adults and children, Open air Jacuzzi, Various sun terraces and pool side bars, Amusement arcade, Mini infants play ground, Games room, Cyber room, Night and day-time entertainment program for both adults and children (only during high season).
18 lifts - 2 of which have a panoramic view over the Costa Blanca area
Fully equipped fitness centre with Jacuzzis and sauna (at a charge and for a limited time). Variety of small shops, Hairdressing and beauty salon, Various multi-function rooms available for celebrations business meeting, banquets, seminars, or any other event, Disabled facilities include grab rails and toilet raisers. Doors are 81cm wide and there is good access throughout the hotel and the surrounding area.
After reading some varying reviews about this hotel I was pleasantly surprised during my stay. The beds are the most comfortable I've slept in whilst staying in Benidorm. The Spa was lovely although...
after booking the holiday first and reading trip advisor on the run up, i was worried about what to expect. (review for room 1814). now lets be honest, most people come across this on the budget airlines sites. see the price and see the star rating and book it believing its a misprint... i know i did. so i paid £300 for a week full board. Now minus the flight price of that day of booking (£187.50) you are getting the room and all meals for £16 per person per night. ive paid £60 for dirty city hostels! Firstly, the rooms are spotless and after spending a few hours today waiting around for a late flight i saw an army of cleaners keeping every inch of the hotel polished. The food is top class. every diet catered for from the massive full english to the light calorie salads with everything inbetween. its all freshly made and topped up all the time and i visited at opening/closing time and it was all the same service and fresh food. the night time meat choice was never repeated in 7 days and the fresh paella for lunch beats any uk restaurant. and as for cold? i can only assume people are wandering around with their plates deciding what else to have for 10 minutes. im greedy so I tried everything on offer and nothing was anything short of fresh and hot. The friendly multilingual staff clean your plates away as soon as you finish and a manger is constantly round checking the area. The winter months have less English so the dress code is smarter for meals and no-one is rolling drunk at breakfast. Mind i did enjoy the reviews that complained of too many spanish and they are rude! ha ha. does the fact that people from their own country using the hotel is a compliment in itself. honestly i dont know how the locals put up the some of the British holidaymakers. wine is 6 euros a bottle and coffee is 1.50 in the bar. not bad for 4 star hotel prices! i can only think the negative reviews are peoples expectations are way too high. You stay in a 4 star £300 a night hotel in london, you really dont get a butler (or even the time of day) yes the charge on the room safe was annoying but the internet is only 1 euro a day. at the end of the day it depends on what you are looking for. if you want a sensible atmosphere where you will mix with european guests in a quiet location. appreciate cleanliness and like good fresh food you will love this hotel. if you prefere the drinking culture, party type in the centre of benidorms reputation there are plenty of other hotels to choose from. but come on people, remember what you get and how much you have really paid before ranting about a one star rating. stay in a london hotel and see what disapointment really is. on a seperate note. the number 3 bus for 1.50 goes outside the hotel to the main bus station where you can venture to some amazing places Spain has to offer and dont forget to turn right for a visit to Finestrat a few minutes walk away. Oh and if you stay on floor 18, do the right thing and tip the maid. She makes the room sparkle every single day for you!
Hotel looked good on going into the lobby, went downhill after that, rooms shabby, no tea or coffee making facilitys, had to pay to use the safe, had to pay for wi-fi, restaurant was so cold everyone...
After reading some varying reviews about this hotel I was pleasantly surprised during my stay. The beds are the most comfortable I've slept in whilst staying in Benidorm. The Spa was lovely although they would benefit from having hairdryers in the changing rooms. The one down side was the food, although lots of choices each mealtime it was very similar every day and not very hot, which is often a problem for me when away as I like my food piping hot.
Went to gran Bali Hotel for a short break 16th feb-20th feb, for 1st time. Certainly busy with Spanish, but to be expected as it was out of holiday season. Food was good apart from rather basic...
Hotel looked good on going into the lobby, went downhill after that, rooms shabby, no tea or coffee making facilitys, had to pay to use the safe, had to pay for wi-fi, restaurant was so cold everyone wore coats and scarves, food was barely warm, no locks on balcony doors, a not to be repeated experience, if you want a holiday in a nice 4 star hotel do not go here Pete
Excellent hotel, comfortable room, good food, good wine. Only downside was that the Internet was not free and was extremely slow. The staff were all polite and accommodating and it was lovely to be...
Went to gran Bali Hotel for a short break 16th feb-20th feb, for 1st time. Certainly busy with Spanish, but to be expected as it was out of holiday season. Food was good apart from rather basic desserts, Certainly the quieter part of Benidorm, but we knew this, and enjoyed the walk into the main part of town. No problems with lifts or staff, and would go back.
Having fun in the sun is the image that Benidorm holidays conjure up - and it's certainly no myth! From summer temperatures hovering near 40° Celsius to generous January averages of around 13° Celsius, permanently clear skies mean you should pack your sunblock whenever you're coming, and hit those golden beaches!
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No visa is required for a stay of up to 3 months