Alicante is calm, breeze, sun and sea. Its port has always been one of the most important in the country and is currently the starting point for the Volvo Ocean Race round-the-world regatta. It's also a perfect place to play golf and do water sports. Diving, for example, off the marvellous Tabarca islet gives visitors a look at the wide variety of local flora and fauna and is one of the most popular destinations among those who love the sport.
The capital of the Costa Blanca has also shared some of its most deeply rooted traditions. The delicious Jijona nougats can be found on every table in Spain at Christmas and its feast days, the San Juan bonfires, are being copied more and more up and down the coast as a joyful celebration of the beginning of summer.
A few metres from the train station and the city’s marina, Eurostars Centrum Alicante is designed for you to fully enjoy Alicante’s many sides. Modern, elegant and with luxury services, it is the perfect hotel both for professional events and where to enjoy a few days of leisure and relaxation.
Eurostars Centrum Alicante is the ideal space to host your meetings and professional events, with an exclusive business centre, library and multiple spaces equipped with the latest technologies.
If you come to enjoy a holiday in the Mediterranean, you’ll find the greatest comfort at Eurostars Centrum Alicante, as well as a wide variety of services including relaxing and therapeutic massages, a hammam, sauna, gastronomic restaurant and sun terrace.
The hotel has 169 rooms, all of them fully equipped, heated and air conditioned. It also has comprehensive facilities, including 6 rooms for holding all sorts of events. It is a great choice for business and pleasure trips alike.
Lucentum was the ancient name for Alicante back when the Iberians and Romans lived there. Greeks, Phoenicians and Tartesos passed through Lucentum, while Roman Lucentum boasted baths and a forum. Along with Ilici (Elche), it was one of the largest towns in the Roman east coast of what is today Spain. Over the centuries, Lucentum became Leucante, and with the arrival of the Arabs it came to be known as Al-Laqant.
The hotel is very close to the Postiguet beach, to the shopping area, to the "Barrio" (the major night-life district), the yacht marina (starting point of the 2011 Volvo Ocean Race) and many other places, like the Teatro Principal (barely 200 meters away), the Contemporary Art Museum, the Esplanade of Spain or the narrow streets of the old town.
Eurostars Mediterranean Plaza is an excellent choice for all kinds of travellers: for those who are looking for a relaxing getaway as well as for those who are looking for an exciting one.