From Manchester: February Half Term Family Holiday to Benidorm Feb 1 Week Total price £812.96/£203.24pp @ Thomas Cook
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From Manchester: February Half Term Family Holiday to Benidorm Feb 1 Week Total price £812.96/£203.24pp @ Thomas Cook

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Found 4th Jan
If you are after a bargain family half term real this could be a good one. It's half board and includes 15kg of luggage, flights, transfers and all benefits included with a package holiday.

Current temperatures are around 19 degrees and sunny so hopefully it will be a little warmer in February.

I know half term can vary but certainly for some areas of the North West, Liverpool for example are off on the week of 12th, although I believe some other areas are the week after.

This holiday below is for departures on 11th Feb at the Grand Bali hotel.

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Total price is £814.96/£203.74

However for those that break up the week after for the same price you have a bit better option for a little cheaper too at £812.96/£203.24pp. It's a different hotel but actually has a little better reviews too, but the Grand Bali is also available for around £3 more total.

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I know some of you will be raving about a holiday to Benidorm, but surely one of the main reasons for going through all the hassle of travel, queueing, possible delays etc, is to get away from your neighbours and the usual routine of take-aways, fish and chips, drunken Brits shouting everywhere when you go out at night and so on.......... why torture yourself with Benidorm ?

Get a flight-only to Alicante, book accommodation yourself in the city centre, and be close to a decent beach, brilliant shopping, and a great rail network to have a day trip somewhere if you feel like it.
Probably a bit late in the day to find cheap flights for half term now, but if you can plan ahead then give it a go next time.
Good price for what it is, hot.
mtc146 m ago

Good price for what it is, hot.


If it wasn't gonna be cold when you get there lol

I wouldn't even risk Costa del sol in Feb never mind further north
Sorry, cold for a lot of reasons...

"Things begin to slowly warm up in February in Benidorm, Spain, when the average temperature is around 12°C, created by highs of up to 16°C during the hottest part of the day and lows of 6°C after the sun sets."

Plus half-board for a "cheap holiday", think not as the children will be wanting, wanting, wanting and the parents will be needing, needing, needing to pay for every drop that passes their lips too.
I had a week in salou August school holidays 2A,2C £900 bargins to be had
kamenitzabrit2 h, 7 m ago

I know some of you will be raving about a holiday to Benidorm, but surely …I know some of you will be raving about a holiday to Benidorm, but surely one of the main reasons for going through all the hassle of travel, queueing, possible delays etc, is to get away from your neighbours and the usual routine of take-aways, fish and chips, drunken Brits shouting everywhere when you go out at night and so on.......... why torture yourself with Benidorm ?Get a flight-only to Alicante, book accommodation yourself in the city centre, and be close to a decent beach, brilliant shopping, and a great rail network to have a day trip somewhere if you feel like it.Probably a bit late in the day to find cheap flights for half term now, but if you can plan ahead then give it a go next time.



Benidorm is not that bad depending on where you go when you are there just avoid the main strip for drunks and why is it just drunken brits that's not my experience in benidorm. Have you ever been to the old town, tapas alley ? even benidorm palace for shows ? also valencia is only 1.45hr bus ride away and is great place to visit check it out.
I was surprised when I saw current temperatures in Benidorm, which unless those showing below are inaccurate bit it appears to be warmer than Gran Canaria. Perhaps Benidorm is having a heatwave


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waterloo5 m ago

Benidorm is not that bad depending on where you go when you are there just …Benidorm is not that bad depending on where you go when you are there just avoid the main strip for drunks and why is it just drunken brits that's not my experience in benidorm. Have you ever been to the old town, tapas alley ? even benidorm palace for shows ? also valencia is only 1.45hr bus ride away and is great place to visit check it out.


Actually even a trip to Alicante is lovely too. I went there on a long weekend when Vueling had some sub £9 return flights from Manchester. Was just a cheap getaway and ended up having the best Italian meal I've ever had in a small Italian restaurant (better than in Italy!) and finding some good bars. I never ventured to Benidorm though.
Great price for a family break !
This hotel is more in the old town of Benidorm nowhere near the strip, my advice, book a week with the family then a cheeky break in levante area with the adults, something for everyone there old and young, spotless promenade and beaches great shopping/markets restaurants ..... and who doesn’t love Sandra after 10 shots on a bucking bronco?? 🤪 live a Little folks ... take on the dorm before the dorm takes you
Wouldn’t risk it , yes it could be 16-21 and warm or it could be 7 days of 14-17 and wet .
jodiemilly18 h, 6 m ago

I had a week in salou August school holidays 2A,2C £900 bargins to be had


not getting anywhere near this, any advice?
Beni has some great weather been in late oct and its been 26
This hotel is not Benidorm it's in La Cala!
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