With a beach on the doorstep, and the marina's restaurants and shops close to hand, the Hotel Alcudia has a first-rate location.
The Hotel Alcudia couldn’t find a more central location if it tried. It’s just footsteps from one end of Alcudia’s 11-kilometre sandy beach. You’ll find the marina here – it’s packed with restaurants specialising in Spanish favourites like paella and seafood, and there are plenty of shops, too.
The pool scene is made up of two big swimming pools set on different levels.
Food-wise, you can expect international cuisine in the buffet restaurant. There’s a good range of meat and fish, alongside fresh salads, pasta dishes and a huge selection of desserts. You’ve also got the hotel bar, where you can grab drinks throughout the day.
This place had a refurbishment in 2014, so the public spaces got a stylish makeover. A brand new spa was also added to the line-up. It comes complete with a hot tub, sauna, massage rooms and a miniature gym.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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2 outdoor pools
Edged by palm trees and sunbeds, ideal whether you want a refreshing dip or to work on your tan you'll have a choice here of pools.
The buffet restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner. In the evening you can expect to see a selection of meats, seafood, salads and desserts featuring both local and international cuisine.
Refreshing drinks and light bites like sandwiches are available during the day.
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Stayed at EIX Alcudia 12th-22nd May and had a wonderful time. Only have positive things to say about this lovely hotel. Check in on arrival was welcoming and efficient and all staff on reception throughout our stay, including the night porter, were friendly and ready to help. Not that we needed any help as everything ran smoothly with absolutely no problems. The hotel style is contemporary, beautifully designed with some great modern art throughout. We loved our room. Not huge but perfectly formed. Comfortable bed and tons of storage space. Nice balcony with nice pool view. TV had BBC1, 2 and 3 and although we didn't watch much telly it was great to have the choice rather than the deadly BBC World News channel usually the only one available to us Brits when abroad. The bathroom was great and the large walk in shower the best we have experienced. We stayed half board. The dining room was spacious and comfortable with no problem finding a table every night. There was also plenty of outdoor seating. We thought the food was absolutely delicious at breakfast and dinner. There was good and varied choice at every meal. I thought the fish dishes were particularly good but really everything from the salads, soups, meat dishes and vegetables were very tasty. Breakfast was great with choices to suit all tastes and nationalities. There was also delicious Majorcan cuisine and specialities on offer and themed nights that were great! The pool areas were lovely with ample sun beds, and being an adult only hotel it was particularly relaxing. Loved the bar and the outdoor seating area with the canopy. Happy Hour was a real bonus and I enjoyed my couple of Mojito's every day! There was also a spa with sauna and steam room and the best jacuzzi ever. The small gym was well equipped. All free and easily accessible. The changing rooms were so well equipped and everything spotless. It was a delight to use. The hotels location could not be bettered. It is right in the centre of Puerto Alcudia and the rear gate by the pool gives instant access to the many shops, bars and restaurants and less than 5 minutes walk to the beach and prom. The hotel was like an oasis to return to each time. The EIX is also very cycling friendly and my husband really loved his rides out each morning on this beautiful island. Loads of cyclists about and bikes allowed on the balconies! What really made this hotel though was it's staff. As already stated in many reviews... Gabriel the manager excels in customer service and clearly leads his team by example. Such a lovely friendly man, always visible in the hotel chatting to guests and ready to help if needed. All the staff without exception were excellent and so friendly. Don't have everyone's names but must mention.... Antonio in the bar, top man! Cecilia was charming and Javier too. Oscar and Diego in bar and restaurant. Thank you Diego for the Spanish lessons! The waitress ladies in the restaurant including Tina and Jennifer and the blonde lady (sorry didn't get your name). Top marks to Daniella from the kitchen and who served the specialities. What a charming and friendly lady! Loved our little chats. We also met the chef and congratulated her and her team on the delicious food. Also special mention to the charming. Gorgdanna from the spa and who gave me a beautiful massage. Thank you also to our lovely chambermaid who kept our room spotless. Clean sheets and towels provided on request. All in all a marvellous hotel that we were so sad to leave. Already booked to return next year! Can't wait!! More
Scores pretty much everywhere if you want a quiet, peaceful break.
I am leaving today and last night was left a little note from the hotel asking me to leave my comments (âgoodâ) on Tripadvisor. Oddly, I donât know why the âgoodâ irritated me a little, but it did. I know it was a jocularity, but for these things to come off, you have to get them right. That little note didnât. Broadly, Eix Hotel Alcudia is very good and better than some, for what it is. Itâs not luxurious (though I wants that? I am quite happy to do without phoney luxury which costs a lot more for very little point). The rooms are just what you need etc, and the staff are very friendly and efficient, and the hotel has everything you might want and expect. And given that it must cater for visitors from throughout Europe (Germans, Dutch, Swedes, Brits, French as well as Spanish), the food on offer is varied and tasty - a good average by Spanish standards, and above average by British standards (which are lower because in my experience the Brits will eat anything they are given â and the cheaper it is, the better and if the demand isnât there, it wonât be supplied, so British standards wonât ever rise till it is, but thatâs not particularly relevant here.) But I was asked for my comments, and it would be dishonest to say I have two small reservations. Unfortunately, on one day of my 9-day break, I had to spend a few hours working which meant logging on to a computer at work in London. And for that the wifi was totally inadequate. What should have taken just over an hour, took me five hours, what with a painfully slow connection and dropped signal every few minutes. Given that I was the exception, and almost all folk will not have to work as I did, the wifi is, however, fine in the bar area and by the pool for doing all the pointless crap we do in the net. In the rooms, however, or some of them, at aleast, the wifi is poor to bad â it is an agony to log on, the service is slow and the signal dropped far too much. The manager (of whom a little bit more) assured me that fibre-optic was being installed here in Port dâAlcudia, but, in his words, it would not be until the autumn (2015) or even next spring, so who knows. As for the staff, they are extremely pleasant, but the manager should learn to brush up on his PR skills. I have never worked âin hospitalityâ, but even I suspect that arguing the toss with guests and making out they are perhaps being unreasonable is not the orthodox approach: schmooze folk, sympathise with them, apologise profusely, make them feel they have a point â thatâs how to do it. It might be horribly insincere, not to say dishonest, but the guest walks away satisfied and feeling more benevolently inclined to the world in general and managers in particular. One point gained. Argue with them: one point lost. My own encounter with the manager was trivial (I told him the hotel should really try to improve its wifi, but his attitude was oddly and vaguely antagonistic). But I did witness his dealings with a pensioner from London who was distinctly underwhelmed by his approach. It didnât help that whereas I had paid just Â£554 for my 9-day stay, return flights AND 9-day car hire, she paid a Â£100 short of a grand without car hire. Then when she asked for a quieter room because her husband in is not in the best of health (he has Parkinsonâs, emphysema and has a stent in his stomach because of an aneurysm), she had to cough up another â¬150.) She made her feelings clear when she paid up, but on later encounters he (she told me) would buttonhole her, raise the matter again and make out she was being the unreasonable one. Quite possible (or not), but that is NOT the approach â see above. One final point: we were due to quit our rooms by noon. I was fully packed by 11.20am and took my case, another smaller case and my jacket to the car, leaving just my laptop and case in the room, to be fetched and to have a final check I hadnât left anything. But when I returned, with ten minutes to go to noon, my electronic key had been disabled. I went to reception, still before noon, to get in, and was told âitâs the electronic systemâ. Well, if thatâs the case, change the sodding system â noon is noon is noon. It is small things like that which can irritate and, possibly unfairly, cloud and otherwise very good impression. To sum up: Eix Hotel Alcudia is worth a visit and you shouldnât hold back â it has all you might need for a reasonably inexpensive stay â but watch how much you pay. Hunt around for a fair deal, donât be conned like Daphne from London, who had booked through the Co-op (which, surprise, has since gone bust). And the staff are good, though Mr Manager should brush up on his people skills just a little.More
pfgpowell, St. Breward, United Kingdom
grand prix trip
Loved this hotel we were in Barcelona for six days for the grand prix then flew over to alcudia to chill. The rooms and the whole of this hotel were fresh and spotlessly clean, the breakfast was amazing ranging from cooked to cold meats and cheeses fruit, cereal, pastry of all sorts, bread and rolls, fruit juices milk and ice water coffee and tea choices we tried the evening meal on one occasion and it was very nice but ate out mostly lovely restaurants and tapas bars close by sea short walk away staff are friendly and very hard working. If we visit alcudia again we shall definitely stay here again.More
joeehns58, Hereford, United Kingdom
Top Class Hotel
Stayed here for 9 days in room 312 overlooking the street which was lovely . The Manager Gabriel is an outstanding person getting to know everybody and always willing to listen if you had a problem. All the bar staff Antoino Javier Jennifer and other we're just great and always so helpful and friendly. Happy Hour between 5 and 6 was nice also.Breakfast was great a bit disappointed in evening meals.Rooms were cleaned every day and towels were replaced.Fridge and Large Flat screen TV in rooms. Best shower ever just walk in. Can't wait to go back to this hotel hopefully in early October . I would recommend this Hotel to anybody as it is Adults only and quiet.More
taxinephets, rep ireland
Really good Hotel
We stayed in this lovely refurbished Hotel May 5 - 19th, we were in room 407 overlooking the road which was quite, hairdryer, fridge included, breakfast was great, evening meal good most nights, and you would never go hungry, the two swimming pools were good with plenty of loungers, and all the staff were very friendly including Gabriel the Manager who was involved with making your stay very pleasant. Easy to get anywhere, if you come out the hotel entrance and look left - you then walk along this road straight upto the Old Town of Alcudia which is in an old castle grounds, distance around 1 mile. If you come out the entrance and look right you can walk along this road to the port, around 500 metres, or if you look right then turn 1st right you will go straight to the lovely beach, plenty of shops and a lovely marina, 300 metres, and alongside the beach you can walk up the blue promenade path almost to De Muro, where there is a bridge over the river which is nice, and can go round the river to the main road shops leading back down to your hotel, passing Lidles to collect your drinks and eats etc., then out of Lidles straight over that road onto the 2nd road and turning left straight down to the shops at Port Alcudia. If its too much of a walk Buses run from Alcudia to Can Picafort for 1.55 euros, same bus Alcudia To Puerto Pollensa 1.55 euros. Have a lovely time . . . My wife and I did.More
RonPaul, Poole, Dorset
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