This hotel has an enviable position opposite the harbour, with bars and restaurants – as well as the beach – to hand.
This family-run hotel is made up of five blocks, with a mid-sized pool in the main area. You’ll also find a buffet restaurant, and a bar where tribute acts entertain guests in the evenings.
The hotel sits opposite the harbour so shops, bars and restaurants are all close by – it’s a scenic setting that becomes vibrant at night. And the beach is just a minute’s walk away.
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- Lifts: 5, 1 in each building
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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This curvy number comes with palm trees dotted around its edge, plus a wraparound sun terrace laced with sunbeds and thatched shades. There's a separate children's section too with safety railings.
Breakfast and dinner with show cooking are on offer at the buffet restaurant. Children's meals and special dietary requirements catered for. Just so you know, gentlemen are required to wear full-length trousers to dinner.
Poolside bar offers a selection of snacks, cool drinks and ice creams.
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Superior Twin Room with Balcony
Your superior twin room will come with a private balcony for some extra space outside. Along with an inviting contemporary look, your room will also include an extra bed, a TV, Wi-Fi*, and a kettle*.
Twin Room with Balcony
These air-conditioned twin rooms come with a private balcony. Your room will also include 2 extra beds, a TV, Wi-Fi*, and a kettle*.
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Ok but not out of this world
Stayed in a twin room with beautiful sea views, cheap and cheerful, but about 3 blocks away from reception,dining room and pool. If it had rained would have got soaked walking to dining room. Walls paper thin could hear snoring every night from next rooms and above us. Breakfasts were good but same day in day out. Didn't have evening meals because the choice was poor. Couldn't get near the pool and beach was about 10 minute walk away a lot of middle aged and elderly clientelle like a ghost town after 10.30pm . All in all average hotel, clean and friendly but get what you pay for.More
Well situated hotel with friendly staff
This hotel caters particularly for the older British holidaymaker, with plenty of decent food on offer, a pool to sit around and live musical entertainment every evening. The rooms are in several blocks, and some of them face away from the sea and into the street or other rooms; make sure you book a seaview room, ideally a superior one with a good-sized shower. The large rooms on the 4th floor of the main block, facing the harbour, are excellent, with a very large terrace. Everything is spotlessly clean and the staff are amongst the friendliest I have seen. Wifi coverage is slow, though.More
Paul H, 191272
Just returned from a weeks stay at the Hotel Cala Bona, a 3 star hotel with a great position at the harbour end of the town. The hotel is arranged around 5 blocks with the main two being the reception/restaurant/pool and the bar/cafÃ©/harbour front. We upgraded to a superior room on the first floor overlooking the harbour. The room was modern and clean, with a walk in shower, fridge and kettle (you have to supply your own tea/coffee etc as the little sachets that you get in 4 star hotels are not provided). Being on the first floor directly above the bar, this was noisy at night as you were directly above the entertainment, bit this was not a problem as it usually finished between 11 and 11.30. A safe was available to rent for 15 euros for the week, and pool towels for 3 euros each for the week. The pool area is reasonably small, mainly occupied by middle to older guests (ourselves included in that range!). The pool bar was open for all but one of the days we were there. We never had any problem in getting sun beds, but we were there in May. The food in the main restaurant was excellent as the hotel mainly caters for British guests. There was plenty of choice at breakfast and dinner, and the food was excellently cooked. The food in the cafÃ© bar was also good and they serve tea there with Tetley/PG so you get a good cuppa. Being in the centre of the town there are many supermarkets and gift shops a stones throw away, and it was great to walk along the promenade to Cala Millor, which took about 20 minutes. All the staff in the hotel were friendly, from reception, chambermaids, bar and waiting staff. I would definitely recommend the Cala Bona. There is free wifi throughout the hotel and the signal reception was excellent.More
Danny Boy 123, 186338
Nice hotel in a good location
Booked a superior room overlooking the harbour. Room was very comfortable, having a large walks in shower, tv, small fridge, kettle and air con (restricted use) Room was kept very clean. Being above the bar where the entertainment is held from 21.00 onwards each evening, the rooms on the first floor of the main block can be quite noisy. The food is really nice for a 3 star hotel, plenty of choices. Guests are very friendly being mainly retired. The entertainment was very popular and the bar was full every night with guests from this and other hotels, mainly singers doing 60s and 70s music ....some bad, some not as bad imo. The pool area was very popular and free bathing spots limited. Good bus service nearby if you are wanting to explore the island cheaply. Nice resort having plenty of bars and restaurants along the sea front walk towards Cala Millor. Would definately return. More
This hotel is not of a four star standard. Yes the location is ok for Cala bona but both the service and older style rooms are just terrible. The pool photos also make it look just so much better than it is. The Levante is so much better on all counts. We will never stay here again.More
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