This intimate boutique hotel offers plenty of contemporary chic, and a location right on the beach.
This chic hotel is just inches from Cala Bona’s white sands. You’re in the heart of the town, with shops, bars and restaurants just metres away. And it’s a 5-minute walk to the harbour.
There’s a stylish pool here, complete with smart decking and sea views. And there’s a second, indoor pool on the top floor. Elsewhere, the buffet restaurant has mealtimes covered.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Facilities ► View all
This chic and contemporary pool area, surrounded by decking lined with sunbeds and complimentary pool towels has a direct path onto the beach.
This small spa comes with a Jacuzzi® that has powerful jet sprays, a solarium and an indoor pool with views of out to sea.
You'll find local and international dishes, with theme nights at least twice a week here in the buffet restaurant.
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Superior Double Room with Sea View
These spacious superior double rooms come with a sea view. They include air-conditioning, a shower in the bath, a TV, and an extra bed.
Junior Suite with Sea View and Balcony
Styled in modern furnishings and light colours, these junior suites come with a sea view and a large balcony for that extra space outside. They include a lounge area, air-conditioning, a shower in the bath, a TV, and an extra bed.
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The food, staff, cleanliness , setting are tops. It is a small hotel and so guests get to know each other at least by sight. Now this should be a good thing and generally is BUT the friction between the bed baggers and non bed baggers was not nice and resulted in an altercation.goons creeping down to the pool loungers at six in the morning with the towel and book were quite pathetic and some didn't turn up to take residence until late on.difficult for the hotel to deal with and they try with polite notices that are ignored.oh well, it takes all sorts.we like so many aspects of this fine hotel that we would and probably will return. Soon.More
A different perspective...
We stayed here for the last week in July. Lovely clean pleasant hotel, perfectly acceptable room with side sea view. Staff are very friendly and smiley. The pool area is very small and sunbeds are close together and the usual reserving was going on by a few guests who insist on sitting in the exact same spot every day. Whilst we were there it was mostly older people staying here ie. 65+ so it was very quiet. A bit too quiet for us, hardly anyone in the bar early and late evenings. Breakfast was nice. We dont usually do half board and this did not change our minds. We tried it and its just not special enough. Indoor dining room with plates clattering and staff and guests going to and fro which is not a relaxing experience for dinner. We found it much nicer to wander down to the town and eat outdoors in a more ambient environment... which is what we did for the rest of our stay. This is a perfectly pleasant hotel but it is not luxury or "top class" however good staff, nice lunches and drinks. More
Lovely hotel - fantastic staff, excellent food
Just returned from a one-week stay with family. This is a small/mid-size hotel with simple but stylish décor, well located in the centre of Cala Bona. Guests were a mixture of families with older children, couples with very young children and older couples. The whole hotel has an excellent laid-back atmosphere which is great if you are looking to relax for a week, but may not be ideal if you are looking for activities and entertainment. Rooms are a good size, spotlessly clean and seem to have been recently refurbished. Smallish pool (always very clean) with decking and palm trees, overlooking the beach. There is a lovely bar/terrace area with direct access to the beach (great for swimming). The food is fantastic - great selection at breakfast, continental or cooked (including proper full English if that's your thing); mainly buffet style but eggs, bacon etc. cooked to order. Dinner is even better, again mainly buffet but always a selection of fresh meat and fish cooked to order on the grill. Always a good variety, usually with some Majorcan dishes, but also good for children and the less adventurous. Good selection of reasonably priced wines. The bar/terrace also serves lunches (salads, grilled sardines, sandwiches, burgers etc.) and is reasonably priced and great quality. The staff at this hotel (reception, bar, kitchen, restaurant) are amazing - always smiling, helpful and friendly. There is a very small gym, but I preferred an early morning run along the seafront, along with dozens of other runners! On the issue of sun beds (raised by others..), yes there were a few individuals who reserved sunbeds first thing but there were always some free sunbeds.More
An Oasis of Calm
A small hotel, part of a larger hotel group, located immediately adjoining the seashore. It would be far easier to set down what was wrong with the Gran Sol - nothing of any consequence. The staff across all departments were top class, attentive, pleasant and most helpful. Not much passed their eyes, even a missing spoon at the dining room was spotted from a distance!! The selection of food at breakfast and dinner was excellent, varied and widespread for all tastes, and "homemade", just too much to choose from. Starting diet on returning home! Special thanks must go to Miguel and his colleagues, including the chefs, in the dining room; well done to all. The rooms and facilities were clean, modern and airy. The air conditioning in the rooms was efficient and quiet. The hotel is quiet and relaxing unlike their adjoining larger group hotel. The old problem of "towels on sunbeds" at dawn to reserve was apparent with some guests not showing up until mid-day but on the whole no real issue in finding and moving beds to suit.More
Kenneth William F, 190759
Superb apart from ONE BIG thing
We are now on day 2 (29th July 2017) of our holiday sat by the pool as I type (08:55) and usual thing, same people reserving sun beds and then turning up mid-morning. Out of 43 beds round the pool there are 21 reserved (best located) with no one in sight. I really feel like removing towels myself, however, Dear Mr hotel Manager you run one of the best hotels I have stayed in, you enforce the long trousers rule ( great) so please please come out now or tomorrow morning and simply remove towels that are clearly unoccupied. Don't let a minority spoil it for the rest of us who follow the rules, it's letting your superb hotel, team and residents down. Or don't have a rule about reserving beds and then not enforce it. Look forward to seeing you soon. ThanksMore
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