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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All Inclusive

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

You'll find sunbeds and parasols on both the terrace and grassy area surrounding the outdoor pool here.

Evening entertainment

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

Daytime activities

Just speak with the entertainment team to get involved in activities such as boules, darts and table tennis.

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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.

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.

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Very good value for money

We have just stayed in this hotel for a week the staff are really friendly and the rooms are clean the food is best at breatfast and lunch time.We came here for a second holiday and I would come back it is very good value for money and a added bonus is you are right buy the beach you just have to walk through a gate.I would like to say the service at the bar is brilliant i have never been served so quick they are always really happy as well.I would recommend going out to the port we went down there everyday there is loads of shops and restaurants la cabanna was our favourite.🌞🌞More


Ok but food standards have dropped

Went yet again to the Platja, on first impressions nothing had really changed, the warm welcome from the staff, the light bite available in restaurant as had a late arrival. Still dissapointed that the entertainment room was still not decorated on the outside, a lick of paint would really have helped. Our critisism is generally the restaurant, food was invariably luke warm, with some strange mixes of dishes, but worst of all was the delay to replenish empty trays, there were times we had to wait 20 minutes for the main dish to be replenished. The rooms have improved with the installation of a decent tv with various uk chanels, not that I want to watch tele but is handy when getting ready for evening meal. One thing to note is that the dress code for gents i.e. long trousers seems to have been relaxed and most people were in shorts. Please note that there are no drink makings in the room, so take your own if that early cuppa is required. Entertainment is as expected average, but difficult to please everyone. All in all not bad but food needs looking at.More

Andy W, Great Malvern, United Kingdom

Second visit & a very nice stay

We visited here in May of last year & had a great time, although the food choice was sometimes limited. Came back in September for 11 nights & had a delightful time, finding the food choice better this time around. The Maitre D was also regularly checking the trmperature of the hot food. I am a very fussy eater, don't like much fish, or meat on the bone either, but quite frankly if you can't find enough to eat I am astounded. I do still think there is room for improvement, not least of all in the labelling of desserts. To simply say 'these are homemade' without saying what they consist of is pretty amateurish. The room was spotless as always, quiet & without unbearable noise from neighbouring rooms. We didn't use the pool as we prefer the beach, which is quiet, very close & a perfect location in Alcudia Bay. Again we did several walks, to Can Picafort (11 mile round trip) & Alcudia Town plus Old Town (8 mile round trip), before visiting Puerto Pollensa for the first time. That too was a good trip, €3.60 between us on the bus to Puerto Pollensa, a €10 taxi trip to the old town & a €17 taxi return to our hotel. How the rich live! The walk to Can Picafort along the beach does involve walking through a nudist section of beach, so if you're prudish beware of that! The Alcudia Iron Man event took place later on the day of our departure so didn't affect us, but all travellers to & from the hotel after 7am on that day, irrespective of arrival/departure time, had to leave the hotel by 7am. If your flight was at 7pm you would spend most of the day at the airport & miss at least 2 meals! Next years event is on 7th May, so see if that date can be avoided. Thomson reps were less than helpful & suggested it was down to the travellers to identify that problem prior to leaving the UK! This year we went to the Bee Gees & Queen tributes. Quite frankly it beggars belief that some guests rate these highly. I thought to myself I'd feel robbed had I had to pay to watch them. Then of course I realised I had in my 'all-inclusive' price! We certainly wouldn't see them again! €9 for the parasol & sunbeds per day, but they were good quality & can be pre-booked from 4 days upwards. Further along the beach they charge €11 per day, which includes a safety deposit box attached to the parasol, so that may happen here as well next year, I suppose. Drinks can be taken from the bar to your room or the beach. It's a public beach, hence the sunbed cost. Free wifi in the hotel, ask at reception for the password etc. Do take a kettle for your room if you want the early morning cuppa' that we always enjoy! Never been in Majorca in September before, but we & most other guests were attacked at dusk by mosquitos, so take appropriate measures. We've not had aproblem in the May/June period. Would we stay here again, most definitely. Good staff, lovely location, clean, welcoming & a nice relaxed atmosphere, especially if you want a 'chilled' holiday!More

supermak69, Royal Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom

lovely hotel, best 3 star we have stayed in

Arrived at 4 o'clock in the morning and was pleasantly surprised that there was a cold meat and cheese meal waiting for us. Nice rooms, mini fridge, flatscreenTV with English channels, carpeted room normally tiles, bottle of water in fridge. Nice surprise to be able to help yourself to bottles of wine and beer at meal time. Food usual 3 star all inclusive. All the staff were friendly and helpful. Agree with other reviews that the entertainment was poor. Didn't start while 9.00pm and finished for 10.30pm, disappointed with snacks, all inclusive is supposed to be food available all day, 3 choices of very basic sandwiches daily and cake for 1hr a day is not enough. We ended up buying crisps and peanuts to have on a night and a few people were asking if you could buy them, would have been nice for a few behind the bar.if you love the beach it is a 2 minute walk and absolutely gorgeous although very narrow, if you want a sunbed you have to get there early, didn't really agree with people reserving them then not using them some days. We were a bit disappointed with the area not many bars and shops without getting a taxi to the town. Taxis were a bit of a nightmare, having to wait 40 mins although very cheap. There was a lovely cat that sat between the doors and knew not to come in, bit worried about it though cos hotel shuts for 6 months, would love to know if it's back next year. Word of warning check if ironman contest on when you are leaving lots of people had to leave at 5:30 in the morning although there flights were late afternoon because all the roads close till 6:00 pm. Overall an enjoyable holiday although getting fed up of problems at Palma airport, delayed again, liked the hotel but would not return due to lack of shops and restaurants.More

floridapossy, hull

Return visit

I did a weeks cruise and decided when booking to do the week stay decided to go back to this hotel as I had stayed there last year and was very pleased with it. Staff - still the same helpful friendly lot but seem to be run off their feet with the volume of visitors this year. Food - a variety is usual at all meal times but the temperature of the meals could be better, I am aware that the Spanish do not serve their meals piping hot but some of it was bordering luke warm, could be a potential hazard. Rooms - could now do with an up date even though they have put in new flat screen televisions and new safes, I presume they have done this in all the rooms. Bar Area and Lounge - if you want a quiet evening in the lounge, sorry no chance, the television is continually on playing either football or rugby. Cannot comment on the entertainment as didn't go to see any of it The best bit - cross the road directly onto the beach where you can either pay daily for a sun bed and pay a minimum of 4 days and reserve you sun bed. Brilliant !! Thompson reps - only time was spoken too was when I enquired about my pick up time for my return flight, this information was given and that was the end of the conversation. Last years reps were very helpful and friendly. Would I go again - don't thinkMore

Relax17, England

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Hotel Platja d'Or
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 1191 customer reviews
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