This was the third time I stayed at this hotel and on previous occasions stayed in the Junior Suite which perhaps affected my experience in a basic room. The room itself was well furnished with a beautiful view but the bed was hard and the pillows didn't suite me. I had difficulty getting the room the correct temperature as really airconditioning was unnecessary but the road noise was too much to open the doors. I compromised and found a blanket in the wardrobe. The one lady managing the breakfast service was fantastic. I was greeted every morning with a huge smile and she remembered how I liked my tea and squeezed orange juice. Breakfast is very good. I found the reception Staff with the exception of one young man to be rather cold and unwelcoming as I felt the two previous times I stayed. The internet was sometimes OK and sometimes not. It is an superb situation, great views of the marina, near the town and surrounded by excellent restaurants.
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This is our 5th stay at La Sella and as always it has lived up to expectation.
The staff are amazing, organising taxi transfers to and from the airport, our car hire whilst in Spain and as always, nothing is too much trouble.
Rooms great, very good food and good facilities.
If I was being really picky and when comparing previous stays, the beds were not as comfortable, very hard
and I also didn't like the coffee machines at breakfast. These are really not major issues and I would recommend without hesitation this hotel. We will be returning next Summer.
We were only stopping one night and it rained from the time we arrived until we left. We drove there from Alicante airport and no problem until we reached McDonalds in Denia. From there it was a real problem to find the Hotel. It is situated in the Old Town with many very narrow streets. You must have clear written instructions and a large scale map.
Really impressed with the Hotel. Very quaint and the Hotel staff were so hopeful in every way. They loaned us an umbrella so we could go to a nearby restaurant on sunday afternoon. Again well worth it. The Hotel has its own car park nearby as you cannot park outside as it is a pedestrian zone, but costs 12 Euros per night.
Hotel ideally located for walking around the quaint old town. Far better than the new town. Hotel room very good and in character with the ambience of the Hotel and area. Breakfast was a buffet but good. Would definitely stop there again.
Stayed at the hotel at the end of October, a very peaceful location. The hotel was comfortable, there's even a pillow menu (no charge!) which we too advantage of as soon as possible (the pillows provided in the room were a little on the soft side!) The staff were helpful and attentive. The room and bathroom were adequate, not quite our 4 star standard, some dust and dirt around the skirting and edges of the room. Buffet breakfast was continental but more than adequate. Plenty of fresh fruit daily, whole or prepared. Meats, cheeses, freshly made fritatas, cooked items on request, pastries and bread, yoghurts, freshly squeezed juice and a variety of teas and coffees, one could not go hungry! The hotel also has a spa and whilst we didn't use the facilities it would add to the tranquility of the location. Beautiful pool area and gardens too. Although the hotel is 3km from the centre of Denia there is a bus that runs to and from the port hourly and it stops outside the hotel, at only €1.50 per journey per person it is ideal, however the last bus is 9pm. (Taxis are reasonable) At the side of the hotel is a small road leading down to the promenade, a brisk walk will get you to Denia in 45 mins to 1 hour. Watch your footing as it can be a little stoney.
Had such a lovely stay at this hotel, the staff, the decor, the breakfast were all perfect! Only down side for me was there was very little vegetarian option for lunch or dinner, so we went out instead, apart from that I have nothing to criticise about this hotel. Would definitely stay again
Traveller from london
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Check in was easy. Room was ready for us. clean.Had a sea view room. We had room 203. The only problem that one of the twin beds was very creaky, which woke my husband every time he turned in his sleep. He therefore spent a few hours reading in reception. Also , a dim light came on in the room (fire safety light ??? ) which could not be turned off. This would have kept me awake, but fortunately I had remembered my blackout eye mask !!
The room was big, modern furnishings. Overall the bed was comfortable, a/c worked well, room had a desk. The hinge on the window was broken so could not open. The bathroom was a decent size and modern, but the way the shower wall (which was a half wall) was situated so that it caused water to be sprayed and pool all over the floor directly in front of the toliet. Overall not my favorite room of the trip, but a decent value for the price.
Not the best impression on arrival as located on a very narrow street with two skips outside. Frontage rather plain, but walking in you're in for a treat. Bar and restaurant just off reception leading to a fabulous open courtyard. Stayed within main hotel, but understand there is an annex. Both bedroom and bathroom extremely tasteful in décor and spotlessly clean. Bed very comfortable and had an excellent night's sleep. Good selection of foods within breakfast buffet and coffee served at table. Bit of a problem with English language, but muddled through and all staff did their total best. Very pleasing hotel within a 9 minute walk to all the shops and café/bars along Marques de Campos, The Castle and The Port of Denia. Bus station just 5 minutes walk, which also gives easy access to visit Calpe and Benidorm. Would certainly recommend to friends if visiting area and would have no hesitation in going back.
Aileen from Birmingham UK
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The Castillo de Denia perches high above the original village of brightly-painted former fishermen’s houses in this relatively quiet, low-key, family resort. The adjacent newer part of town is typically Spanish with many elegant 19th-century buildings. Denia’s seafront includes a working port, a marina, excellent fish restaurants, ferries to the Balearic Islands, and a broad, long, sandy beach that stretches for many miles.
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