Here you get a beachside location and a double helping of pools. You’re really central, too, with Cala Bona on the doorstep.
The Levante, Levante Park and La Luna hotels are all part of the same complex, so you can use the facilities at all three. There’s a choice of two pools, plenty of evening entertainment, and two buffet restaurants.
You couldn’t be better placed for Cala Bona’s bars, shops and restaurants, all of which are seconds away. And it’s about the same distance to a sandy, manmade beach.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
Based On 780 reviews
- Official Rating: Hotel Levante - 4
Hotel Levante Park - 4
La Luna - 2
Classic holidays designed for adults, with great entertainment
- Geared towards adults
- Classic entertainment
- Home-from-home dining
- Expert service
- High-calibre hotels
50% golf discount on green fees at the Pula golf course and 25% at the Son Servera. Other discounts available at a range of local golf courses.
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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2 outdoor pools
Shared by both Hotel Levante and Hotel Levante Park, there are two pools available to take a dip and cool off in. Both come with sun terraces laced with sunbeds and parasols. Towels are available too.
With views overlooking the sea this restaurant offers a variety of local specialities and international dishes. You'll dine in the hotel you're staying at, unless you're in La Luna, in which case meals will be taken at Levante Park. Gentlemen are required to wear long trousers in the evening.
2 whirlpool baths
You'll find a couple of whirlpools at the Hotel Levante.
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double room with sea view
These contemporary double rooms with a sea view have a light and airy feel and can sleep up to three. They are available at Hotel Levante.
These contemporary double rooms with their light and airy feel can sleep up to three. They come with two or three beds in the Levante and Levante park and two in La Luna.
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Great adults only hotel, with a fantastic restaurant
Just returned from a great 11 night stay at this four star hotel, and will be entering on my list of hotels where we would definitely return in the future. We flew out and back with Jet2, whose planes I find offer more leg room than the Thompson planes and they also offer better flight times, really worth checking when booking a Thompson holiday, we booked from the Thompson web site. Both our flights were on time, and well prepared, with friendly staff. Check in at the hotel was very efficient, if not too efficient as were not told the hotel has to activate the safe after we paid for it, which meant another trip back down to reception, also we were not informed where our beach towels were to be changed. Our room was very big with two single beds pushed together which was fine for us, and there was good hanging space and drawers provided, Balcony was okay, with a table and two chairs provided, they also provide a small washing line which was greatly welcomed. Whilst on the subject of the balcony we were in room 403, which faced on to the main open theatre area of the hotel, where the music does not end till around midnight, this was okay for ourselves but might be an issue for some, also this side of the main building does not get the sun at any time of day, again as we were touching the mid-thirties on some days this was a welcome break for us during the day. A fridge is also provide which was well used in our case, and the room is provided with A/C which worked excellent. The bathroom was again spacious and well provided with good over the shower bath, basin, WC and bidet provided, we received fresh towels every day, along with the daily maid service. Beach towels are provided and these can be changed daily. The area of the hotel that excels is the restaurant, which could quite easily be 5*, the food during our entire stay was excellent, with multiply choices available at each sitting, we had intended to eat out on a few occasions when we were here, but this never happened as we were always looking forward to see what was on offer at the chefs table or the excellent hot and cold buffet areas. Also the staff were all excellent and the chefs came out and mixed with the guests which is always good to see. One negative here was on three occasions we witnessed guest wearing shorts trousers when it clearly states on the door of the restaurant that long trousers are mandatory, please donât let your high standards slip. The sun beds issue has been well spoke about on TA, and I am afraid it is true, we never managed a bed at the pool area so decided to use the sun terrace on the third floor and found this to be a very peaceful area, where you have access to two Jacuzzi pools which were well maintained and were always very clean. Also the trip down to the pool only takes 1-2 minutes, and down to the sea was another 1-2 minutes, again this was never an issue to us. The beach does have sun beds available but these are local council owned, and a daily charge applies. Swimming and sunbathing on the beach is a bit of a hit and miss, as this area is very rocky and the beach is very stony, but once in the sea it is good for swimming and snorkelling which I did on many occasions, and is very safe. The hotel is well positioned for walking into Cala Bona central (5-8 minutes) or Cala Millor (20-30) minutes all depending on how fast you walk. The area is also very flat and is great for anyone with any walking difficulties. Local amenities are well presented with lots of small food shops and local eateries nearby, I would recommend the little deli shop next to the play park which makes up terrific fresh rolls for lunch. The harbour is well worth a walk to as the small boats still operate here on a daily basis, and this is the main focal point for any entertainment in the evening, although most of the larger hotels offer evening shows which are free to enter. I'm afraid we found the Thompson Gold entertainment, although it has to be said we only watched two acts, a Queen and Temptations tribute acts were in our opinion very poor, we found better acts performing in other hotels, especially at the Cala Bona hotel at the harbour area, and the Music Bar, both within 2-3 minutesâ walk from the hotel. Check out again like check in was good, and as we were on an early flight, a continental breakfast was provided. Would I go back, definitely, even just for the food?More
A Very British Affair in Mallorca.
The Hotel Levante is one of the Thompson Gold range of hotels. The brilliant part about it is that it is Adults only, thus one does not have to suffer small children and their noise during mealtimes, or older children with their angst ridden issues and behaviour around the hotel campus. Many writers have commented on the sunbed issue, thus I shall not mention it further. In my case, we opted to pay the â¬4.20 for sunbeds on the beach, thus it was no issue (also,this allowed us freedom from the enforced jolity of the Thompson Bluecoats). Meals are well cooked and there is an extensive selection to please Brits Abroad who must have a Full English every morning and a British Roast every evening. The selection also includes a very good salad bar and some rather Anglicized versions of Spanish fare such as paella and mussels, other offerings include pizza, sashimi and sushi, cooked to order fish and steaks. The desserts included English traditional puddings such as crumble, rice pudding, bread & butter pudding which were all very good, and also included Angel Delight and trifles and fresh, dried and tinned fruit. Hotel and Bar staff are very attentive, and are always available. The MaÃ®tre De (Tony) is excellent as are the staff on reception and the maids (who made up our room daily). In short, this is an excellent hotel with excellent staff and facilities. However, for me, it was too British and too Butlins. If you are merely seeking a piece of England in the sun, then this is the place for you. More
Forget sunbed problem
Yes there is a problem with sunbeds, but it is only created by the selfish few who follow the previous guests and put their towels on the beds early the problem is then made worse by guests trying to beat each other, We did not use the pool sunbeds and made use of the sun terrace on the 3rd floor, always found a bed up there. As everyone else has said the food was very good , entertainment both the reps show and the acts bought in were 1st class . The resident duo had good voices and were really entertaining with their joking and humour . The hotel was very clean and well looked after , the rooms were well maintained, the fridge kept our drinks and milk cold all the holiday. Another plus was the TV it is the 1st hotel tv that we have had that showed the 3 main English channels . To finish off we felt that the Levante hotel is the best Gold hotel we have stayed at. Ignore the sunbeds there is so much more to the hotel and the area to enjoy .More
Jaycee192549, Solihull, United Kingdom
I've just come back from the hotel levante, I visited with my girlfriend and we loved the place. Couldn't fault a thing the food was great. The entertainment was good. The staff was friendly and polite and couldn't do enough for you. I even got a bottle of champagne on my birthday which I thought was very thoughtful. I would strongly recommend this hotel to anyone ðMore
stevehemman, Bexleyheath, United Kingdom
Cruise and hotel stay
I am just back from the levante and 7 nights on the Thomson dream. 11th - 22nd July. The hotel is good , I would say just good . The rooms where nice we got 506 over looking the stage, I could watch the shows from my room if I wanted to . The sun beds what can I say , people are crazy getting up at half 4 every morning , I found myself being crazy too and getting up at 8 to put a towel down , by this time it was only the odd sun beds left ,but you honestly have to get up really early if you want one , it's better than the stoney beach, which hurt your feet . I honestly felt guilty putting a towel down then walking away to get breakfast. Which brings me on to the food , I thought the food was good, I really enjoyed it . All in all it was a good hotel , nothing amazing but not bad , I would recommend it . More
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