Hotel Levante  

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.

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  • Official Rating: Hotel Levante - 4
    Hotel Levante Park - 4
    La Luna - 2


Classic holidays designed for adults, with great entertainment

  • High-calibre hotels
  • Geared towards adults
  • Classic entertainment
  • Home-from-home dining
  • Expert service

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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

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
Half Board

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.

Buffet restaurant

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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twin room with balcony

These contemporary twin rooms with their light and airy décor can sleep up to 3. They come with 2 or 3 beds in the Levante and Levante Park and 2 in La Luna. Double beds are available on request.

twin room with sea view and balcony

These contemporary twin rooms with a sea view have a light and airy feel. They are available at Hotel Levante. Double beds are available on request.

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Sunbed issues

If going to this hotel take your own sunbed or be prepared to get up very early in the morning action starts around 4am,the hotel knows about this problem and so does Thomsons with neither doing anything about it leaving it to the customer to sort out. People bragging about getting up at 4am to get 6 sunbeds and being relieved by another person who gets another 6 sunbeds also printed on site no reserving sunbeds till 8am gold hotel what a joke. Thank god for sister hotel opposite Hotel Levante Park only had to get up at 7am bad enough or otherwise pay 13 euros a time for sunbeds on the beach owned by the hotel I think shame really because nice resort shame about the sunbeds. More

julieandchrisbickers, 186299

Poor hotel

Stayed here for a week before cruise looked forward to it as friends said it was nice not for me woke up at 3am onwards people getting sun beds that there wasn't enough of as if that wasn't bad enough the beach in front hotel guests were putting towels out at 6am which you have to pay for what's a matter with people I may ad a lot of these people are in their later years the food was ok dinning room noisy staff rushing around I found the check I poor some of the older male receptionist not freindly would not return I think most of the clients are returners not for me stick to couples or sensimar hotelsMore


We are in our 20's and it was wonderful!

Visited 19th-26th July 2016 as a 23/25yr old couple wanting a kids free week! After reading lots of reviews about the clientele of the hotel being a lot older and unfriendly, we were very apprehensive about the hotel. But this wasn't the case, although we were definitely the minority being in our 20's, there were other young couples around our age, and everyone regardless of age, were very friendly! The hotel itself has a brilliant location, right on the beach and central to bars and shops. Cala bona has plenty of restaurants if you fancied eating out at night, including a lovely Italian along the front! The hotel rooms were spotless and decorated beautifully. We upgraded to a limited sea view room and it was worth it! We aren't sure what was limiting about it as we had a spectacular view of the sea whilst overlooking the evening entertainment stage! Perfect! The entertainment at the hotel is all Thomson ran. Offering day time entertainment such as quizzes, boules, polo and other competitions. The evening entertainment is the best I've ever seen! The reps are truly brilliant singers and they perform a few times a week. There is a resident band which are brilliant and bingo and a quiz every night too. Everything really happens at the Levante hotel (this one) but entertainment is also on in the inside bar across the road at Levante park. The pool area is nice but very small, we didn't spend much time there, yes it was a fight to get sun beds but we did manage to get one everyday, the reps are starting to sort the issue out. We spent a lot of our time on the sun terrace, it has plenty of sun beds and a canopy for some shade. It also had two jacuzzis to take a dip if you were too hot and a sauna, Turkish bath and rain showers! It was lovely sitting in the jacuzzi with panoramic views of the sea. Only one gripe, if you are on the sun terrace, there is no entertainment in the day, but sometimes that's welcomed! The food was wonderful, we can't comment on evening meals because we ate out every night (not because we needed too, we just wanted to try all the sea front restaurants!) breakfast was plentiful with continental and fry up. We never struggled to eat! The hotel ran snack bar is as good as any along the beach, offering pizza and burgers for lunch. We would definitely look at going again if not Levante, definitely Cala Bona. More

jessiicajane, 186334

Shame about the sunbeds great hotel

On arrivel at the airport it took 2hr 30mins before leaving as the thomsons filled a small bus first then started to fill second coach waiting for other flights to arrive , took just over a hour to the hotel as we were 3rd drop of but on the way back took extra 45min due to pick ups, check in at hotel was very quick with staff taking your suitcases from the bus to your rooms, there was a room tax which costs around 3.30 euro a night on arrival, and the safe cost 2 euro a night , our room was on the first floor room 110 it was a little bit smaller than others as it was the end room but had the best veiw , it overlooked the beach and also the night entertainment which was great just the room i would have picked given the choice as we didnt need to reserve a table, we would go out for a drink after tea then get bk to watch the show at 10 then go out once the show finished around 11 o clock they did have a singer on till midnight so anyone wanting a early night its not for you, the rooms had a small fridge also a hairdryer in the bathroom which was fine, bathroom nice and light it had a bath and shower and also a bath mat towels changed daily, the bedroom had twin beds pushed together there was only two draws one each side of the bed, and 4 small draws in the wardrobe, the coathangers were always falling of the hook i was glad i toom my own, the rooms were cleaned daily the maids were friendly and did a good job,the tv had around 5 english channells so good to watch the soaps for all us corri fans , the food in the restaurant was really nice and fresh with lots of choice the staff were polite and quick to clear the tables, they do cater for all meal requirements if needed , men have to wear long trousers at night , the hotel levante is the hotel on the beach and the levante park and la luna are across the road which can use any of the hotel pools but have to eat at the hotel they are staying in,and also the Sunbeds which was the worst part of the stay if you wanted a sunbed you needed to be down at least by 7 am and then it was a struggle to get one people were down from 5am and coming from the other hotels, there was no staff checking if anyone was using them, the sunbeds on the beach were 4.20 euro each and the umbrella also 4.20 per day, thepool erea was fine and had hand rails to get in/ out but it was quite deap and not suitable for none swimmersand definitely not for children , the bar staff were friendly and did lots of snack meals and also did a tapas once a week with wine for around 6 euro. The daily activities were a keep fit in the pool then other games through the day,the hotel was in a great location for the bars just outside the hotel, theres a supermarket across the road which is as cheap as anyothers, theres also a lovely little sandwich bar called julies as you turn right out of the hotel about 100yds they do fresh bagetts or sandwiches to order and lovely cakes well worth a visit , the roads outside the hotels are really flat so suitable for wheelchair users or prams its a lovely walk along the sea fronts into cala millor with lots of shops and bars and restaurants along the way but not to noisy, the weather was great red hot just wat we needed, had a great holiday met some lovely people and never felt unsafe and defenatly will return xMore


Please read!!!

Just a few pointers to help anyone out who hasn't stayed at this hotel before... please read! The Levante consists of three hotels; The Levante, Levante Park and the La Luna. The first two hotels have dining areas and pools, and are rated 4 star. The La Luna however is what I would class as an overflow area, with no facilities, and is rated only 2 stars. Although I think it is probably higher than 2 stars - rooms are very clean, with tea/coffee making facilities, air conditioning, a small fridge, en-suite, desk with chair and a balcony - please be aware that the Thomson website does not advertise this hotel, nor does it show pictures, therefore when booking it can be so deceiving. Tourism tax has now been introduced, which means on check in you will receive a fee based on your length of stay, and your hotel rating - a one week stay for 2 people in the La Luna came to around 15 euros. A couple beside us staying in the Levante paid 76 euros - although I have no idea how long their length of stay was. On an evening, men MUST wear long trousers within the dining area, or will not be allowed in. We were not given this information through Thomson prior to arrival. There are many signs informing you once there - but lets face it, too late if you haven't brought any! Also regarding dining; at breakfast you have complimentary drinks such as water, juice, tea, coffee... on a night you must pay for drinks. Fanta/coke etc are around 2euros per can, water just short of 4euros a bottle and wine starts at around 13 euros per bottle. Very good choice of food, really enjoyed. I wont bore you with the rant about sunbeds, but we were informed by a fellow guest that she was woken by noise outside her balcony at 4am, to find a flurry of people reserving sunbeds. We managed to get one slightly faulty one the odd day, but it is a major issue despite signs everywhere saying people are not allowed to reserve before 8am. It happens at both pools, with people not only reserving sun loungers, but also piling the white plastic chairs on top to reserve these too. If you want a bed at the beach is it 4.20 euros per bed and 4.20 per umbrella. Same applies on a night time - entertainment (singers) commence around 10pm. You will not get a good choice of seat unless you are there really early doors. The staff are really polite and helpful and in general it is such a good stay, it seems like there are few key issues that really let it down, and unfortunately these issues are recurrent. A few key places I would recommend is Champions bar, just along the sea front, a little British café/bar that has lovely food and reasonably priced. There is a cocktail bar called Miajorn? not sure of the spelling, it is next to a bar called 'one' and does amazing cocktails. Carlos pizzeria is also fantastic, the food was amazing!! Watch out for the 2-4 people bike/carriages that whiz along! There is a red strip along the floor that they use - or are supposed to use! - I don't know if they don't have brakes, but they certainly don't slow down, they just shout or whistle to get you out the way! The red path is only wide enough for one, so when one comes another way they do just plough onto the pedestrian pavement. Transfer is about 1 hour 20 minutes depending on drop offs, if I had the sense to check this prior to going I may have opted for somewhere closer. Overall the area is lovely and has such a calming feel. Plenty of choice for food and drink, and very reasonably priced. Hotel is lovely - just a few issues I feel. Hope this helpsMore

Sophie S, 1808477

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