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Located in a side road in the Rincon de Loix, on a short steep hill, the hotel enjoys a central location in the heart of Benidorm. There is an abundance of shops, bars and restaurants about 150 metres away.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located 250m from the beach.
Distance from Airport
The hotel is located 60km from the airport.
For the Toddlers
An Entertainment Program is offered where parents and children get to learn something funny and new, and improve their communication skills by participating in the School of Magic Arts, School of Knights and Princesses, Magic Circus program or Magic Dance School. There is a mini club near reception with supervised activities (summer season only), play area, slides and climbing frames.
The Hotel Magic Rock Gardens has 279 rooms. Each room comes with twin beds and sleeps 2, 3 or 4. All have lounge, mini-fridge, air-conditioning (15 July - 15 Sept), tea and coffee making facilities, satellite TV and private facilities. The 3rd and 4th bed is a convertible double sofa-bed. Safety deposit boxes payable locally. Maid service and towel change are daily, linen changed twice weekly.
Food & Drink
The Restaurant of the hotel is open 16 hours per day, from 08:00 until midnight. The meals are served buffet style .Service is interrupted between different meals for ½ hour. Diet and vegetarian options are available when reserved 24 hours in advance. The hotel offer access to its six bars, of which only three operate during the winter months.
All Inclusive Food & Drinks
The AI programme consists of breakfast, lunch and dinner, all buffet style (with diet & vegetarian meals too), served in the main restaurant. During meals beer, sangria, soft drinks and mineral water are offered. Also at the disposal of the AI guests is a non-smoking buffet style restaurant. Hot & cold snacks are available through-out the day, between 08:00 & 24:00. Cold snacks can be found 24hrs. Kids can have unlimited amount of ice cream from 10:00-24:00. Tea & coffee time with cakes & biscuits take place in the afternoons. Unlimited locally produced alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks like beer, wine and spirits are served 24hrs at selected bars, as well as soft drinks, mineral water, tea, milk, coffee and ice-lollies. In-room tea & coffee making facilities included in the AI concept.
Sports & Entertainment
In the hotels there is a gymnasium, Jacuzzi, two swimming pools and sun terrace with free sunbeds, table tennis, pool tables and darts. Daytime activities include archery, skittles, short-mat bowls and rifle shooting. There are also childrens playground, childrens supervised activities (summer only), play area, bouncy castles, slides and climbing frames.
All Inclusive Sports & Entertainment
Sport facilities at the hotel include playground for children & professional entertainment, gym, sauna, jacuzzi, heated pool as well as full and varied daytime & evening entertainment programme. There is free green bowling at Monika Holidays (dress code required, prior reservation, upon availability). A shuttle bus takes guests to all amigos hotels during the day, where more than 50 bars and 20 restaurants are available.
Facilities & Services
Facilities include a pool bar, three bars, TV lounge and games room. There is also an excellent professional entertainment programme together with a wide range of bars and facilities, air conditioning and bar lounge.
All Inclusive General Info
Please bear in mind that alcoholic drinks are only served to adults. The AI concept runs 24hrs a day. The Free Amigos 10 card Will provide AI guests with free meals, drinks, snacks, entertainment, leisure facilities.
I'm actually still on holiday in this hotel, writing this as I have a break from the heat. Arrived at around 9pm, weather was still in the 30s. Walked into the hotel and found it to be even...
I'm actually still on holiday in this hotel, writing this as I have a break from the heat. Arrived at around 9pm, weather was still in the 30s. Walked into the hotel and found it to be even hotter! I commented to the young man on reception and was sarcastically told "Well you are in Benidorm". We were given keys to a room on the 10th floor, we had asked for a low floor and were moved the following day after guests had checked out. Rooms are very nice, spotlessly clean, quite spacious and equipped with a fridge, wide screen TV, kettle and sofa (at least the one we're in is). Bathroom is a little bit cramped, but hardly anything to have a meltdown over. The restaurant on -1 is our preferred place to eat. This is only because you can get straight out of the lift and into it via the rear entrance, instead of climbing umpteen flights of stairs and queueing behind the Spanish (who get obvious preferential treatment from the staff and receptionists). Food is lovely, wide variety from English dishes to Spanish food, plus salads, cold meats, soup and lots of different kinds of bread (which is usually a bit stale but edible). Alas that is where the joy of the restaurants end. If you like sitting at cramped tables whilst you eat then you'll love it. There is also a never ending stream of children wandering around with wine glasses full of ice cream! They don't actually eat the ice cream, they just seem to like squirting it from the machine. There is an ice cream dispenser along with bowls filled up of various toppings (nuts, sprinkles, jellies) which unaccompanied children grab by the handful. Last night I watched a child of about 9 licking the remnant of his ice cream from the nozzle of the machine whilst his drip of a Mother filled herself another glass of beer and screamed at one of her other kids who was swinging his spaghetti around his head. You can also watch in disgust as little children climb on to a table, with wooden skewers in hand, to reach a chocolate fountain. Lumps of fruit, cake and anything else they can find are thrust into the chocolate, then discarded so they can do it all again. It was like watching a live version of The Hunger Games, but with awful children who just seem to be allowed to do whatever they want whilst their parents get drunk. The pool is as cramped as you can possibly get, and the fact that some planning genius thought it would be a good idea to place a snack bar at the back of it is hilarious. You literally have to climb over people on sunbeds to get into it. But if you fancy some quality entertainment, look out of your window about 8am and witness the hilarity of The Sunbed Stampede. The staff open the gates around the pool and grown men & women run like Usain Bolt to grab a bed. The other morning a man was hanging out of his window and commentating as if he was watching The Grand National. It's pathetic, but amusing at the same time. The bars are not too good. One staff serving when there is a queue of about 20 people is ridiculous. My son went to get a coke the other night and was sent away with a bottle of water because "We have no glasses left thank you". No glasses, in a bar, you couldn't make it up. Could possibly be because of the sheer amounts of kids running around and knocking drinks over, it's like a giant toddler group. All in all it's a nice hotel, but these reviews saying it's the best hotel and holiday of a lifetime are obviously very easily pleased. We've spent more time out and about, having to go down to Vincent's Corner Bars down the street and Uncle Ped's along the road because it's easier and less annoying than standing for 20 minutes to get a lager in the hotel. If we'd known this earlier we wouldn't have bothered paying for All Inclusive as it's been a bit of a waste. I personally wouldn't return to this hotel. I love kids, but having to endure the never ending screaming of tons of kids who are pretty much just doing what they want whilst their parents get pissed is a bit too much. the place feels a bit claustrophobic because you can't escape, except for the roof bar. Another worrying thing is the amount of small children who are allowed to use the lifts alone. My husband actually got out of a lift because a small girl of about 4 got in wearing nothing but bikini bottoms, surely that is something the staff need to be looking in to! Not a place for couples, or anybody who doesn't want to spend their holiday surrounded by wild kids.
This hotel is AMAZING!! It has an amazing safari feel to it as soon as you walk in. The rooms are beautiful and so so clean. The room has everything you could need including 5 British tv channels on...
This hotel is AMAZING!! It has an amazing safari feel to it as soon as you walk in. The rooms are beautiful and so so clean. The room has everything you could need including 5 British tv channels on the tv!! We thought we would miss a room with a balcony but we didn't. The food is out of this world. Never before have I been to a hotel with so much food and so many choices. The pool area is great and the water flumes a very welcome addition when you have a 14 year old son. The entertainment at night is great, music, quizzes, pool tables and a special shout out to Adam who does the entertainment. He is such a cheery person no matter what time of day you see him! The staff are great and have loads on during the day for kids and adults. The hotel is spotless and there's always someone somewhere cleaning. Martinas, the lady on the bar, was also always cheery and had a laugh with us. A special mention to the hotel manager, Alex as he was there for us all the time to answer questions and any queries we may have had and was so warm and welcoming. Amazing hotel with amazing people working there that made our family holiday so great and a holiday that we'll always remember
Spent 10 days at this hotel with my daughter and her two children 13years and a 7 months old baby. We had an enjoyable holiday but 10 days was enough . The pool area is all concrete so not ideal...
Spent 10 days at this hotel with my daughter and her two children 13years and a 7 months old baby. We had an enjoyable holiday but 10 days was enough . The pool area is all concrete so not ideal for baby and due to tall buildings all around different parts of pool in shade various times during day also main pool was bit cold or you could say refreshing also very busy . We discovered the smaller restaurant with windows on same level as childrens pool about the third day thank goodness much more pleasant place to eat than the main restaurant which was so noisy and hot really uncomfortable. the staff were very nice and accomodating especially the bvarman David who was literally run off his feet at times. Adam the English entertainments guy also did a good job of holding quizes and arranging some outside entertainment .
this hotel was amazing,it looks like its built in a rock and has lots of lovely features like waterfalls and African theme throughout,myself and my husband and grandchild went in july 2015 and the...
this hotel was amazing,it looks like its built in a rock and has lots of lovely features like waterfalls and African theme throughout,myself and my husband and grandchild went in july 2015 and the manager upgraded us to gold meaning we could drink premium spirits,the food was out of this world with seafood platters every day,joints of meat and an abundance of desserts and ice creams.the room was lovely too,theres loads to do for kids and the hotel provided sweets and candy floss every day.the only downfall was the service at the bar as it was slow but apart from that I would go again.