Los Delfines - Peniscola40.362488, 0.4023328
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Hotels Recommended by Guests in Spain
Just a minute's walk from Jardines Castillo Peniscola, Los Delfines features dining options including the lounge restaurant. The venue was opened in 1987 and remodeled in 2005 offering guests 73 rooms. There are 24-hour reception, room service and ironing service in addition to storage for belongings, a lift and a vending machine available on site.
The property is set 10 minutes' walk of the city center. It is just 10 minutes' walk of Peñiscola Castle.
Guests will find commercial centres and convention centres in the neighborhood.
A bus stop is located on the doorstep.
The non-smoking rooms come with an in-room safe, a mini bar and a CD player. Some of these rooms also benefit from a sea view. There is an en suite bathroom in each room.
Eat & Drink
Residents can try dishes of Mediterranean cuisine at the restaurant. After a day of exploring, guests can enjoy refreshing drinks at the café bar. Guests can share a meal in Casa Jaime and Mandarina, located about 100 meters away.
You can start your day with a continental breakfast, which costs EUR 10 per person per night.
Los Delfines also offers bikes for rent.
There are cots, a pool and board games for children. This property features sports activities such as diving, lawn tennis and cycling for all guests.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
No parking available.
Number of floors: 4. Number of rooms: 73.
Bar/ Lounge area
Seasonal outdoor pool
Private swimming pool
Sports & Fitness
- Pedal boating
- Tennis court
- Golf course
- Table tennis
- Room service
- Bicycle rental
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Full board
- Continental breakfast
- Restaurant buffet
- Snack bar
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Gluten-free meals
- Packed lunches
- Buffet breakfast
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Children's buffet
- Board games
- Children's pool
- Children's play area
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Seasonal outdoor pool
- Private swimming pool
- Sun loungers
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Leisure/ TV room
- Open-air bath
- Public Bath
- Sea view
- City view
- Air conditioning
- Central heating
- In-room safe
- Connecting rooms
- Living room
- Ironing facilities
- Rollaway beds
- Hair dryer
- Washing machine
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds or 1 Double bed2 Single beds or 1 Double bed, 1 Double bed
2 Single beds or 1 Double bed
- City landmarks
Rating by category:
We had a nice weekend in Peniscola! The view was amazing,the hotel staff really friendly and the location was good for walking along the promenade and the restaurants.
The hotel was a bit old fashioned,but very clean!
perfect location on the beach
hotel parking is not on spot
The position of the hotel is very good, right by a great beach and with great views to the castle on its spectacular peninsular. Rooms we clean and up to the quality expected from a 3 star hotle in Spain. Some staff seemed to try very hard to ensure everything was ok and were wellcoming
The hotel seems to lack any understanding of guest needs. The inital receptionist (male) was at best "cool" at worst dismissive, hardly bothered to speak at all. However to be fair, the femail receptionist was excellent, even offereing to translate the menu for us before we went in for dinner. The hotel was cold throughout, so cold that guest were obliged to put on fleece to eat their dinner. We had to eat in the cafe, in which the locals were enjoying a televised football match and constantly walking between the tables to the toilets, much to the chagin of the waitress ( who was the only other positive memeber of staff). The food was very lack luster, to say the least. Dinner was the Menu del Dia, a very poor selection with little variation, or taste. Breakfast, which had been advertised as a buffet was really a continental breakfast that you served your self. There was very little choice on the first day we stayed, but even less on the second. There were coisants and pan aux choclate, but these were cheap cake types not real pastries, very poor and stale. Again we ate in a cold, noisy public cafe. We felt really sorry for the two femail members of staff who where trying to do a good job. However the hotel mamagment had decided to cut down staff, so one did a 16 hour day ( and still managed to smile!!!) and the other tried to manage reception and the cafe bar, which was at the other end of the hotel. The result was that the main hotel door were looked, meaning that we had to enter by the cafe bar, which bothered us greatly as we had our dog with us and felt this was unhygenic. Our overall impression of the hotel is that is wants to save cash and has dropped its levle of service. This is very short termism, but I suspect that in a great resort such as Penisicola it will still get many new guests, but one wonders how many will return
The staf were very friendly and efficient. The location was excellent,
We would have liked to have our car nearer to us as we were on long journey and could not take everything into the hotel. We had to use a public car park, which we could not see from the hotel. The position of the door into reception was not in a very convenient place and we were wet from the driving rain when we got into the hotel. We were also disappointed with the breakfast, where we found stale cornflakes, served from open bowls, which anyone could have coughed or sneezed into! It would have been good to have some fruit, such as prunes, or grapefruit.
Good value for money for staying bang on the front line beach, close to to the castles and all restaurants.
Super ruidoso, super viejo "de cuentame" y la ventana de los baños da al pasillo
The location is perfect for visiting the town of Peniscola. Reception staff spoke English which may be of help to some folk. Breakfast was basic but fair. Rooms were clean. Overall the hotel side was ok.
Was very dissapointed when they allowed smoking in the public bar even tho it is forbidden in Spain in public areas. We visited the bar on the evening and was overcome with smoke... we thought this was a thing of the past in Spain but obviously not. The sooner the owners get fined for allowing it the better, and it is not just in this bar...
Hotel stuff kindly prepared a good room with nice view. People working at hotel were extremely nice!
Hotel itself was very old and non-modern style with non-nice exterior or interior appearance. The hotel did not provide any luxuary feeling. The hotel looked one of the worst comparing to other hotels in the same area. However the hotel price was really high.
Free bike usage. Convenient location to beach and restaurants.
Hallway doors bang loudly when the wind blows!,
Ubicación y relación calidad precio. No ibamos con muchas expectativas debido a otros comentarios y nos sorprendió agradablemente. La habitación era amplia y con terraza con estupendas vistas, lo cual en verano se agradece. A pocos pasos estaba la playa y en 5 min. Estabas a los pies del castillo. Es evidente que suelos y baños (aunque son amplios) están "desactualizados", pero en comparación con los precios de hoteles más modernos de la zona éste merece la pena.
La cercanía a todo lo interesante de ver.
Lo mejor fué el desayuno, amplio y variado.
El servicio de atención al cliente puede ser a veces desagradable.
El hotel es caro para lo viejo que está. No cambian las sabanas. No hay cepillos de dientes, ni champú, ni bebidas en la nevera. La tele de 14" vieja casi ni se ve. El solarium tiene 6 hamacas y nada para tumbarte. Las paredes son finas y se oye todo. Las ventanas del baño dan al pasillo. los camareros son ariscos. Fue una estancia penosa. el peor sitio donde he estado con diferencia.
la ubicación y que por una vez hemos podido dormir en una cama de 1,35 cm, casi siempre en la mayoria de los hoteles las cdamas son dobles.
durante mi estancia en el hotel no me ha gustado una familia que colindaba con mi habitación y se paso casi toda la noche con chillidos, un niño que lloraba desgallitado y unos padres que no cesaban de dar boces.La tortura duro hasta altas horas de la madrugada y mi familia y yo no pudimos descansar nada.Hubo varios vecinos del mismo que aporreaban la puerta para demostrar su desacuerdo pero esta familia hacía caso omiso.Fue horrible no pudimos descansar bien, y aL dia siguiente estabamos destrozados, y pra colmo cuando salía de la ducha entro la limpiadora y me pillo como dios me trajo al mundo.
Su ubicación es perfecta: a un paso de la playa, cerquísima del castillo y con la parada de avanzabus también cerca. La habitación todo perfecto, con cama de matrimonio, todo limpio (aunque las sábanas no las cambiaban), tele pequeña pero moderna, WiFi (de pago), y terraza con vistas a la playa y el castillo. Conseguí una buena oferta relámpago de 25€/noche jugándomela con las fechas (última semana de septiembre), pero tuve suerte con el tiempo y disfruté de la playa en tranquilidad. Lo recomiendo totalmente, sobretodo con oferta relámpago.
En general me gustó mucho, pero también diré lo negativo (por orden de mayor a menor importancia): Las paredes eran de papel, se oía demasiado a los "vecinos" de habitación, algo bastante negativo para los que, como yo, no nos gusta despertarnos a las 8 de la mañana en vacaciones. El desayuno todo bien, excepto el café, que era de máquina mala. El agua de la piscina suele estar demasiado fría, ya que sólo le da el sol hasta las 17:00-18:00 aprox. Las cerraduras eran de llave, no de tarjeta. De la comida no puedo opinar ya que comí y cené todos los días fuera, pero recomiendo coger sólo desayuno, ya que por 10€ tienes un menú completísimo en cualquier terraza del paseo (recomiendo la paella para 2 del restaurante Kalamardo, cerca del hotel).