There's plenty of light in these modern rooms - there's a set of double doors out to the balcony that lets in lots of natural light. If you're looking for some outside space there's a balcony with a limited sea view. The room is fully air-conditioned too.
Double doors provide lots of natural daylight in these twin rooms. They're smart and bright, and there's air-conditioning for you to control the temperature. Fresh air can be found out on the balcony too.
Just returned from this beautifully and immaculate clean hotel that is a credit to all staff. They work above and beyond their requirements and nothing is a bother.
Sadly the holiday was marred by the retired Spanish couples who descend in their droves and are the most rudest pensioners I have ever encountered; their government may be paying for their holiday in low season but they need to realise that other guests Save hard to spend money in their county. They are very intimidating and the hotel management need to ensure this is stopped as not only myself but fellow guests vowed not to return because of them. So if you do visit be prepared to stand your ground as your sun lounger and your seats will always be theirs! They just move your stuff without a second thought
In general it was an enjoyable week entertainment in hotel was basic Spanish music 4 nights, an artist singing. and the entertainment team dancing two nights.
Food was ok not imaginative or hot! Every meal was like warm, they don't heat plates but that's just our personal gripe because we like food pipping hot.
I also was not keen on the fact we had blankets at night which is unheard of in this day and age.
this hotel sits right on the beach and you can enjoy fabulous walks along.
We did the obligatory visit to the old town of Alcudia which was lovely as we walked their following the beach then turning off into town. the market is on Sunday's and Tuesday's we paid 8 euro taxi back so well worth it.
This is a great hotel for kids the outdoor pool is amazing and their are ice creams and lollies all included in inclusive package plenty of food they will like such as burgers pizza pasta etcMore
Right On The Beach
The hotel location is fantastic, right on the beach and about 50mins walk to the Marina at Port Alcudia. You can walk via the footpath along the main road which is very safe or via the beach. If you chose the beach route there is a flagged footpath which starts about 800m from the hotel.
Food is standard All Inclusive fair and very well cooked, the variety is limited and surprisingly there was no cheese selection on the sweet section. That said there was always a mixture of European and Spanish dishes.
The snack bar was reasonably stocked and always had burgers and grilled meat and fish as well as salads, cakes and fresh fruit. This stays open until 1530 which is very welcomed if you have been out for a walk.
From 1100 you could always get pre-prepared sandwiches from the bar and also in a fridge in the covered external seating area. There is also a great selection of ice creams and ice lollies from the bar.
Pool area is very nice with plenty of sunbeds and a separate pool and slide area for children.
The entertainment is mixed, during the day the animation team are very enthusiastic but not pushy. The evening entertainment is poor with music and bingo. There was no shortage of people dancing but those of a certain generation line danced to everything! There was one show with the animation team dancing which was very good
The rooms are very nice and have plenty of storage, fridge, TV and safe. The safe was 3 euros per day and a 5 euro refundable deposit. We had a room on the third floor above the bar, the view was fantastic and the wifi manged to reach our room well. The room was not noisy from external sources, but internally the walls are thin. The free wifi is available the bar, reception and entertainment rooms and also in the outside seating area.
The main asset of the hotel is the staff, reception staff, cleaners and restaurant staff were all polite and very cheerful. Special mention to the bar staff who were fantastic.
Out and about there is a good bus service with stops near the hotel. Alcudia Old Town can be reached in 60 mins on foot and a lovely walk. The old town is really worth a visit.
The national park is about 25 minuteâs walk towards Can Picafort.
Would definitely return to the hotel again.More
2 star not 4 star
Just got back and glad, staff was not help full,we had room at rear no veiw ask to be moved got told it would cost 60 euro, are frist meal we had the chicken and it was not cooked,food all weak was grap, my kids had chips all weak as they dint carter for kids. At night in the bar you had bar staff taking orders for drinks, if you don't tip them they don't come back,so you have to go to the bar yourself. Got mugged just out side the hotel, I reported it and there reply was Ho sorry, if you take my advise don't even consider this hotel. Staff rude,food grap,not clean at all,STAY AWAyMore
We visited this hotel over the Easter holidays, the weather was shocking however this hotel made up for it!
We've been visiting 4*+ and 5* AI hotels for a while now so didn't quite know what we would be getting with this one. We needn't have worried! From the moment we arrived to the moment we left the staff were all extremely friendly, helpful and generally couldn't do enough for you.
The room was clean and had plenty enough space for 2 adults and a child to sleep. We had a large walk in shower/wet room and WC and a decent sized balcony. There was also a flat screen TV but we didn't pay much attention to this.
I've always dreaded animation teams - I don't mind joining in activities, but only when I choose to. I don't want to be harassed into taking part in things. The animation team at this hotel are fabulous, always greet everyone with a 'Hello' etc. They did not push you to join in at all. They merely told you what was on, what time and where and then left you to decide. They did lots of activities for the kids too.
The food wasn't the best AI food I've experienced but it was certainly up there. There was beautiful freshly made pizzas, calzone and pasta on every night. Salads, veg, bread, various styles of potatoes (chips was always one of the options) and then meat or fish. I don't really eat a lot of meat but my other half did complain that the meat used was always the offcut and not the best bits - but it was still cooked well.
For dessert there were always little cakes and icecream.
You could tell we visited at the beginning of the season as Alcudia as a whole seemed as though it was just waking up. There were lots of hotels that hadn't opened yet. With this in mind, the poolside burger snack bar wasn't open so I can't comment on that.
Also, I'm not sure whether there are other bars open in high season but the main one could get quite busy with people queuing.
My only real gripe about this place was that there were no water fountains around or self service taps for soft drinks. I don't think we drank enough water purely because we couldn't be bothered to queue for it. My tip would be to fill a bottle up at breakfast and then again at lunch as there was self service taps in there.
Thanks Condesa, we loved it and would definitely return, hopefully in better weather!!More
We took the opportunity to visit this Hotel after finding a Bargain break with Thomson's The Location was Superb The Hotel amenity s were very good the rooms Very Clean and comfortable the Staff very helpful and friendly outside areas good plenty of sun Beds
The main Clients of the Hotel were Elderly Spanish and as such the Hotel Catered fore their tastes so the food although good always tended to have a Spanish Theme. The Entertainment of an Evening and the area around was to say the least very noisy. If you have children they were very well catered for If you are like us and like a quite area you would have to go outside and at that time of year could be quite chilly.All in all we had a good break. .More