Some great budget hotels in Alicante for under 56US$ per night include Rialto and Hotel Maritimo. Santa Barbara Guesthouse apartment is an affordable choice that will put you within a 5-minute walk of the center. Guesthouse Alicante is an affordable choice that is directly adjacent to El Baul de Brianda and offers room rates from 58US$.
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Where to stay in Alicante?
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First-time visitors to Alicante should consider a stay in the city center, which houses 20 hotels for any budget, such as Melia Alicante. In addition, there is Tryp Alicante Gran Sol Hotel in the heart of Alicante, that offers a sauna, a golf course and a Jacuzzi. If you're planning a family trip to Alicante consider a stay at Apartamentos Kasa25 Monte Y Mar apartment in Albufereta district which features a golf course, an aqua park and a seasonal outdoor pool.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Alicante
For a luxury vacation in Alicante, consider booking a room at the 4-star hotel, such as Eurostars Lucentum, just a short walk from Centro Comercial Panoramis. Hostal Mendez Nunez and Nh Rambla De Alicante are both boutique hotels situated in Alicante City Centre district, putting you at the heart of this lively area. Travelers will find several good chain hotels in Alicante, including the stylish B&B Hotel Alicante and Alicante Golf, which has a health club, a golf course and a Jacuzzi.
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If you're traveling to Alicante for business purpose, the centrally-located Amerigo Premium Apartments may be a good option. There are 18 B&B options in Alicante, including Pension Arena Alicante and Hotel Smile & Co Hostal Boutique. Family-friendly hotels in Alicante include Castilla Alicante and Leuka with a Jacuzzi and a swimming pool. For travelers who enjoy beach volleyball and basketball, Nh Alicante near The Santa Faz Monastery is a great choice.
City Guide: Discover the best of Alicante
Locals call it simply ''Alicant''.
This Mediterranean city at the very east of the Spanish coastine is more sophisticated than the nickname has it. Alicante lies at the gateway to the truly Spanish lifestyle with sun-baked beaches to outclass the premier shores of the world-famous Costa Blanca.
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Along with the fame of the second largest city in Valencia, Alicante has become a desirable destination to visit among tourists. It is attractive for its spectacular waterfront setting with seaside promenades, year round sunshine and sandy beaches.
In addition to crystal-clear water washing the sandy strip Alicante's beaches are more than a lure for sun and sand, but an architectural gem. Along the coastline are dotted examples of striking monuments like the Monastery of Santa Faz, the Cathedral, the Archaeological Museum and Church of Santa Maria. The only attraction to fall out the general way is the Santa Barbara Castle that looms far away the city limits and offers panoramic view of Alicante.
Other attractions include;
- Castle of San Fernando, built in the 19th century it offers unique architecture in a spectacular setting at Tossal hill
- Archaeological Museum of Alicante dates back to 1932, but today offers more than 80,000 pieces of avant-garde design
- Gravina Museum of Fine Arts features excellent artworks by Spanish artists
- The old town, a triangular area packed with architecture and very tourist-friendly area of the city
- Postiguet Beach is the heart of Alicante with a sandy shore attracts a large number of tourists
From its early years Alicante expanded on its coastal setting. The city served as a significant player in international trade and soon evolved into the third largest trading port in Spain. The growth was slowed down by the foreign invasions to the city with the 1691 bombing and war from 1701 to 1714. Despite wartime troubles, Alicante sustained itself through trade and farming in the Valencia region and earned the ranking of the provisional capital of the Land of Valencia.
As soon as recovery began in the 19th century, the small port city saw the first improvements to the cityscape with new boroughs in the area and railroads crossing the city. Today Alicante is closer to the big city comforts than sleepy trading post yet hasn't reached its point of perfection.
Alicante is always on the move towards becoming a chic destination and you should visit it with the help of Booked.net.