The Queen’s is full to capacity almost every night for the Cabaret show at 22.30 and during the day is very busy serving meals from 09.00 for breakfasts right through to an Al a Carte menu which is available up until 23.00 at a very reasonable cost.
The Hotel itself comprises of 36 en-suite guest rooms which include single, double, twin and even quadruple some of which have sea views. There is a restaurant, a pub, and a terrace where people can eat or just relax with a drink. If you prefer you can take a trip up to the rooftop terrace bar where panoramic views of the area can be seen.
They are one of the very few Hotels which do not increase their prices according to seasons and bed and breakfast can be taken for as little as 170 euros per week which I’m sure you will agree is excellent value for money.
I stayed to watch the Cabaret and on that particular evening it was Wayne himself as Levi G, a drag show which was a full hour and half of stand up comedy. There was interaction with the large crowd and quickfire gags in the cosy atmosphere which lent itself to this kind of show. What I was pleased to see was the bar staff whilst going about their duties did it in as quieter way as possible as far too often recently I have witnessed bar staff making too much unnecessary noise whilst an artiste is trying to perform.
All in all I have to say that I enjoyed my time at the Queen’s that evening watching ex Butlins redcoat Wayne put on a good show. Take a trip to the Queen’s one night and see for yourself what a great time is had down there.
This week I made a return trip into the Old Town and in particular the Queen’s Hotel. There I caught up with one of the owners, Wayne who has been on the Costa Blanca for 15 years and had a chat with him prior to watching his show. Wayne bought the Hotel with Derek around 6 years ago and it is fair to say that it is one of the success stories of Benidorm.