Hotel Platja d'Or  

Combine an adults-only hotel with a beachside location and you’ve got a winning formula.

Just across a quiet road is the beach – miles of golden sand sandwiched between pine trees and shallow water. You’re a few minutes’ walk from the shops and bars of Playa de Muro, and about 20 from Alcudia.

This hotel holds a trump card – it’s adults-only, and we don't accept bookings for under 16s, so there’s a relaxed feel. It comes with a good-sized pool, a buffet restaurant and a bar.

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Full Board buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  National alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, tea and coffee. Afternoon tea.  Snacks and ice-cream.

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Outdoor pool

These traditional studios come with a garden-view balcony or terrace, for that bit of outdoor space. There's a kitchenette for your culinary needs. And you'll also find air-conditioning*, Wi-Fi, and a TV included.

Evening entertainment

There are a variety of shows to enjoy which take place four nights a week.

Daytime activities

Styled with modern furniture and warm tones, these twin rooms come with a large balcony and a view of the garden. You'll also get air-conditioning.

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twin room

These light and airy twin rooms sleep two. They come with air-conditioning at the manager's discretion, satellite TV with limited channels and a coolbox.

single room

These light and airy single rooms sleep one. They come with air-conditioning at the manager's discretion, satellite TV with limited channels and a coolbox.

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Great for a weeks get away

We arrived late on Sunday 19th July check in at Reception was very quick. We were invited to get some food from the restaurant which, had remained open for cold snacks for us. We declined as were tired and wanted to get sorted. Our room was on the 3rd floor on arriving in our room we needed to use our phone torch to find the card slot for the electric and light switches!! The room smelt very fusty but within minutes of having the door open this subsided. Our room overlooked the street but had a pleasant view - you could see a little section of the sea. The room had adequate storage, a safety deposit box (we didn't have to pay to use) air con, flat screen TV, clean bathroom and a fridge which to be honest was more of a cool box - didn't keep things cold. Breakfast was fantastic served from 8 am - buffet style with plenty of hot and cold options we both indulged and had a full English and pastries every morning. Towels could be placed on loungers from 8 am there is a makeshift barrier to stop people accessing the pool before then (although by 8 there is a queue). Recommend the beds opposite the hotel which gets the sun throughout the day the ones hotel side are in the shade until late morning. Drinks available from 10am at the bar 2 per customer due to health and safety! From late morning Tony or Mel the hotel's entertainment hosts offer various activities - water polo, aerobics, killer darts to name but a few and at 3pm a general knowledge quiz with no pressure to join in. The evening meal was ok again buffet style and self service drinks from a fridge containing beer and wine. A good selection of food - pasta, salad, various types of meats, potatoes etc after the 5th night we went out into town for a meal just for a change. Although we enjoyed the food it lacked the atmosphere of going out for a meal, due to the food been self selected in the dining room with no outside area to eat for a change of scene, or the need to get dressed up - lots of people just stayed in their vests and shorts. On an evening we took the short walk to the beach rather than stay at the hotel we did however see the Bee Gees 2.0 tribute which was surprisingly quite entertaining.The hotel could do with on an evening playing some music in the bar area to give the hotel more atmosphere this might encourage people to sit in the outside area rather than staying in the lounge watching TV! Overall had a very enjoyable stay great location by the beach and Port d'Alcudia a nice walk away. Would we stay again perhaps did say on several occasions how much our parents would enjoy this hotel we are in our 30's certainly not the youngest at the hotel but far from being the oldest!More

YorkBradshaw, York

Fantastic staff, fantastic location fantastic holiday

i stayed at platjador 5-12th july. The hotel was spotlessly clean, rooms cleaned daily and towels were pristine white and changed daily also. The staff were absolutely amazing, they were always cheerful and polite. The food was very nice with a great variety, show cooking every day was fantastic too. Across the road is a wonderful beach and you can walk for miles or sit and have a cocktail or three at the beach bar if you fancy. The other guests were amazing and treated me like an old friend, my experience was unbelievable honestly! Apparently hotel is known as 'the returns hotel' as guests return year after year and i can see why! This is definitely a hotel where you could go by yourself and not feel out of place. brilliant brilliant brilliant!!!More

Ami S, Manchester, United Kingdom

fantastic holiday

I have to say after returning from holiday on Saturday 25th we wish we were back, it is an amazing hotel and great entertainment from tony and mel. the food and drink and room were all first class it is rated a 3 start we think it should be a 4 start it is so good. A work off advise its not a 5 star so don't expect it when we were there there were people who did, very un fair. in summary a great place and we will return Steve and HalinaMore

stephen_attwood, Royal Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom

A very average hotel (returned 26th July 2015)

Food: The food is very average. There is very little variety over the course of a week. The only highlight tended to be the show cooking which normally involved a relatively decent meat dish. Ate out four evenings out of seven. Drink: Excellent bar staff who serve quickly and politely. Amstel on tap and a decent range of cocktails. Drinks are self service at meal times. Glasses are allowed poolside which is fine given its an adult only hotel but pray one of the many OAP's staying at the hotel don't accidentally drop the glass into the pool and end up getting it closed. Rooms: Nice bathroom but rest of the room seems dated. Only modern addition was a new flat screen TV. Beds are as you'd expect. Rooms were made up daily and new towels were provided every day. The Pool: The pool area is pleasant and cleaned thoroughly every morning. The hotel has a policy whereby sun loungers cannot be reserved prior to 8am. This results in a queue developing well in advance of 8am near reception. Watching the doors open at 8am from the balcony provided highly entertaining viewing as a stampede of elderly wilderbeast rampaged towards their preferred sun bed location. There is very little need for this as generally there was never every sun bed in use. On our first day two different people collapsed due to the intense heat and dehydration. The look of panic on the supposedly first aid trained life guard was a sight to behold. Drink water people! Lifeguard on duty 10am till 6pm. Location: Excellent. The beach is 30 seconds away in front of the hotel and it is beautiful. Crystal clear waters, clean, soft sand, great views. In the evening we caught a bus from the main road in front of the petrol station for just 3 euros to the port area. Short journey but bus can be very cramped. Entertainment: The entertainment hosts were either Tony or Mel. Tony seemed to be on more often and we found him friendly, engaging and he made everyone feel welcome. Throughout the day they put on an early morning "exercise" session, games such as darts, table tennis, French bowls and water polo. There was also a daily poolside general knowledge quiz which was good fun. Evening entertainment was generally quite average. Fine as background noise but not great viewing. Overall: As a couple in our mid/late twenties I would suggest to other people our age not to stay there as it certainly has a 50+ feel to it. However the location is superb, the guests and staff are friendly and the drink plentiful which ultimately offered value for money.More

nealyg19, Poole, United Kingdom

Pompey

I will keep it short , just returned today (25th July ) from a week at the Platja d'or which I have to say i enjoyed very much, room fab, hotel spotless food good, location great, sun hot drinks cold what more could you want ! Thanks for a lovely week. More

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Hotel Platja d'Or
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 1084 customer reviews
from £303.25