One thing I enjoy about the Old Town part of Benidorm is getting lost in the alley ways and stumbling upon places that I have heard of but find by accident. The Four Seasons Benidorm is one of those places I found a few years ago and do try and visit when I can.
The restaurant is located on Calle Biga, for directions I would advise Google Maps as it is quite tricky to find and even if I was to write directions it could still be confusing as it is of the main beaten track of the Old Town, but well worth the hunt for this place!
The Four Seasons Benidorm is a good size and does cater for large groups ( up to 80 people! ) and is perfect for those looking for somewhere special to celebrate or a bit of fine dining without breaking the bank. As you can see from the menu the prices are very good and not only cooked fresh and with a bit of style to the dishes but super friendly staff. I do recommend the Sunday dinner here, I know you can get a Sunday dinner for a fiver on the strip but for a few extra Euros and a nice wander through the Old Town it’s well worth the value.
For those staying in the Old Town or wanting a change from the New Town the Four Seasons Benidorm do a 3 course meal and free entrance to the brilliant Rich Bitch show. The meal itself is well worth the money and the show is a must see, one of the Old Towns well known acts. We do recommend that you pre book this as it does get busy and people have unfortunately been turned down at the door as there is no room.
The menu at the Four Seasons Benidorm is extensive and there is something for everyone to enjoy, you will find steaks, lasagna’s, fish dishes, curries and plenty for vegetarians. The dessert menu is second to none and the banoffee pie is amazing. The Four Seasons sells all the drinks you would expect to find in a restaurant and cocktails are available.