You get a beachside location and a double helping of pools here. 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 three 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 1152 reviews
- 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
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 full-length trousers in the evening.
You'll find a whirlpool bath at the Hotel Levante.
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Twin Room with Limited Sea View and Balcony
These contemporary twin rooms with a limited sea view have a light and airy feel. They are available at Hotel Levante. Double beds are available on request.
Single Room with Sea View and Balcony
These contemporary single rooms have a light and airy feel. Outside you'll have a balcony for some outside space where you have a sea view too. Your room will also be air-conditioned if you like to keep it cool.
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We have just arrived back after a week's stay at the levante hotel. When we booked we were under the belief that there was only one hotel after getting out paperwork we saw we had been put in the La Luna which is a beddng annex next door. After reading reviews we complained to Thompson (who didn't care at all) after paying another £382 we were transferred to Leventa so please check your paperwork. However we enjoyed our stay hotel lovely, food good, entertainment good especially the tribute act Best of Jersey. More
Sunbed madness !!!
We always look forward to going back to the hotel, this being our 5th visit in as many years.We had a superior sea facing room, which like most of the rooms had been updated with a lovely walk in shower. The hotel had added further rooms overlooking the court yard, and the reception and dining room had also been refurbished. The staff, many of whom have been working at the hotel for many years, were all very polite and hard working. We find it totally ridiculous that people start putting towels on sunbeds before 6am, and its still dark. By 8 all the sunbeds had towels on them. I find it amazing that people want to sit in rows, and very close to the next person. We always used the sundeck where there are plenty of new sunbeds together with cushions, and lots of space. The food is a good standard for a buffet. The entertainment was not too bad, the il divo tribute were the best of the week. We normally come in April, so noticed the difference in the number of people about in Cala Bona in the first week in September. There is a tourist tax of 23 euros for 2 people for a week, we understand that next year this is going to double, this is bizarre as this will stop people coming to the island, where tourism must be the biggest industry , this also applies to the other two islands.More
Myself and sister arrived at hotel on the 4th september to find after booking a hotel and room which is accessible for a wheelchair was an absolute nightmare. We were ferried round the corner to the la luna which resembelled a hostel, couldnt even get up the 2 steps outside to open the door which opened onto the road and was unable to use the door card to open the door as it was high up the wall unreachable in a wheelchair. To cut a long story short, we went straight back to reception where we spoke to re ceptionist (little man) and his attitude stunk, he was very abrupt and could not have cared less about our predicament. We had to wait till the following day (mid morning) until we got a response. Kirsty the Thomspon Rep was very good, eventually after several phone calls, emails, and phone calls from family back in uk we eventually got the only room available in Majorca (so they said) about 10 miles away. This still was not great but it was that or return home. Not the greatest experience we had, total waste of money.More
Its all good except the food...
We had room 706 and it was superb, newly refurbished with lovely views, fridge and sat TV. Air Con worked well and was quiet. Cleaning was fine as was reception people. All in all a good experience. The only niggle was WiFi in the room - hit and miss. All the staff were lovely, the pool area was clean (need to get up v early for a sunbed); we watched people from our room putting towels down at 06:00 and all beds gone by 07:00. Sundeck though was available all day. The gym was actually OK, good views, two runners, two bikes, a couple of benches and some dumb bells. No music/TV so take your own radio/MP3 player if you need to. Cala Bona is an OK family type resort with loads of shops, places to eat, a marina and bike hire places; the resort runs into Cala Millor (more of the same but bigger). Can't comment on the entertainment as not our thing but from the little we saw it was OKish. The biggest downside with the Hotel Levante was the food. It's OK but nothing more than that. The same every breakfast and pretty much the same every night. Don't get me wrong everything was cooked fine but Just lacked imagination. Most people I spoke to said the same. Just to clear up on the long trousers. Evening meals men HAVE to be in long trousers. We stayed 7 days and when we left we were sad - says it all.More
Good location, shame about the sunbed situation
My partner and myself are still in this hotel at the time of writing till Sunday the 10th September. A lot of what I have read in other reviews about this hotel I can agree with. The rooms are of adequate size, although not massively huge compared to other hotels we have stayed in. That having been said for the amount of time you spend in the room they suffice. This is a Thomson Gold hotel with the emphasis on the "old" part of the word, we felt that we were keeping the average age of the clientele to under three figures ;-) Whilst we didn't need any help during our stay on the occasions that we did have to deal with any of the staff, including the Tui reps all of them were pleasant. The cleaners work to a very high standard although the soap and shower gel was never replenished during our stay, this may have been because the cleaner saw that we were using our own though. The food in the restaraunt was of a high standard, with plenty of choice. I can't really make comment on the entertainment as we didn't go to view any of the acts although could hear them every evening when returning to our room, suffice to say that some of the acts could best be described as mediocre (I come from a musical background so can tell good from bad). If you want alternative entertainment the Atalon is around five minutes walk out of the hotel in the Cala Millor direction and the stage is outside so you can just stand in the street and watch should you wish to do so. One of the biggest gripes that we had about this hotel was the sunbed situation around the pool area, the pool itself is of a decent size especially if you are a keen swimmer, as I am, but is let down by the availability of sunbeds. Whilst I appreciate that it is difficult to police the reserving of sunbeds, as seemed to be the norm for many of the clientele, it seemed to us that every day there were beds with towels on them that were not in use and at around 4.30 the people who had "reserved" these beds just appeared and removed their towels and belongings from them without even having the decency to actually even sit on the beds for half an hour! In fact on several occasions my partner and I ended up sitting on, or near, the rocks at the side of the pool, as we like to have a wander about the local area on a morning and return to the hotel and poolside in the afternoon. I'm not altogether convinced that a couple of the beds had towels on them all week, which had never been removed!!!!! We would return to this hotel, although perhaps not too quickly.More
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