Hotels In Alicante And Torrevieja

Posted by Nick Niesen on October 29th, 2010

Finding the right hotel is a uniquely individual decision. Your own preferences and prejudices, and of course your budget, will be the deciding factors in your quest to find your perfect Alicante hotel. Some people don't consider it important to have a fancy hotel if they only shower and sleep there and are out sightseeing or at the beach all day. Other considerations you must make are whether the hotel is conducive to small children and if it is close to transportation. Someone traveling on business would not care about these issues since the won't have children with them and can take cabs on a business account. Then again, you may be combining a business trip with a vacation trip and will book two different hotels, one for the business portion and a different one close to the beach when you are finished with your business visit. Many business people try to tack on a vacation to a business trip since much of the transportation and other items are already covered.

If you don't have to be in Alicante proper, you can consider hotels in Alicante and Torrevieja. Once you travel outside of the city limits, there are small towns in the Alicante region that offer lovely accommodations and can be very reasonable. In addition, you will experience the local culture and some of the beauty of the mountains and beaches of that region. You may find you prefer the small town atmosphere to that of the bigger city, and you will be introduced to new foods and customs.

The Costa Blanca has many places to visit besides Alicante. Stay in Benidorm or Alicante. Stay in Murcia, Javea, Denia, Calpe, or one of the other resort towns along this coast. Each of them has a wide variety of accommodations for you to choose from as well as restaurants and attractions. The entire Costa Blanca is ideal for a vacation, whether you take it in the summer or other times of the year; the weather is gentle year round. And there is something to do in this region any time of the year. Try the last week in June for the festival of St. Joan, if you want a lively, busy time.

Anywhere you go in the Alicante region you will find interesting attractions. While you are there, consider visiting the Elche Palm Forest, the Isla Tabarca Fishing Village, Castell de Santa Barbara and the Museu de Arte del Siglo XX Asegurada.

You will be close to all sorts of experiences in any hotel in the region of Alicante. The region is so accessible and easy to get around in that you will understand why it is a year round tourist destination.

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