The Hotel Levante and Levante Park are next to each other on the edge of Cala Bona Bay. The complex also includes the La Luna accommodation annexe – guests staying here share facilities with Hotel Levante guests. The properties are just seconds away from the shops, bars and restaurants in Cala Bona's town centre.
Guests share two swimming pools, which look out to sea. At the Hotel Levante, the facilities are geared up for pampering – there's a Turkish bath, a sauna and a hot tub. The Levante Park caters more for active types. You'll find a gym, an indoor pool and a tennis court to keep you busy.
Both of the hotels are part of the Thomson Gold range, so the food and entertainment are second to none. The restaurant at the Hotel Levante has floor-to-ceiling windows, so you can enjoy sea views as you eat. Later, you'll be spoilt for choice, with shows and live music on the agenda.
Based on 495 reviews
- Official Rating: Hotel Levante - 4
Hotel Levante Park - 4
La Luna - 3
- Buidings: The Levante, Levante Park and La Luna all comprise of 1 block each
- Floors: Levante 7, Levante Park 5, La Luna 3
- Rooms: Levante 202, Levante Park 105, La Luna 21
- Lifts: Levante 3, Levante Park 2, La Luna 1
Classic holidays designed for adults
- Geared towards adults
- Classic entertainment
- Home-from-home dining
- Expert service
- High-calibre hotels
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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2 outdoor pools
Shared by both Hotel Levante and Hotel Levante Park, there are 2 pools available to take a dip and cool off in.
Overlooking the sea and offering 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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We have been visiting Cala Bona for 15 years' with our sons, we have stayed in apartments and various Hotels, now we are able to visit 'Adult Only Hotels'. This was our first stay in the Levante and we had an amazing stay. The Food was amazing 'thank you Pedro', location perfect, staff ever so friendly, helpful and always greet you with a smile. The only thing missing 'tea and coffee making facilities' in the room, breakfast is not served until 8am and there is nowhere to get a drink if you are an early riser. We loved our stay and will be visiting the Levante again.More
Ventre01, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Excellent holiday in this really top notch Hotel. Stayed from 1st April til 11th April. Previous reviewers must have a hidden agenda if they criticise so severely. All the Staff were excellent from Reception to Room Maids to Cateriing, special mention for Pedro the " Short Order Chef " his omelettes at Breakfast were truly superb, as were the crepes suzette in the Evening. The evening entertainment was a bit hit & miss but 2 really good comedians and a Good Classical Opera/Shows type Lady Singer who professed to being a Catherine Jenkins Fan and she was a very strong singer. One small criticism is the Thomson staff were a little bit disinterested as they all leave on May 1st when the new season starts to their respective reallocations.But all in all an excellent Hotel in all ways.More
Tony D, Scunthorpe
Thomson Gold 4 star Really?
Our first visit to this hotel and Majorca as part of a Thomson Cruise and Stay package.Well firstly we found the male reception staff rude and on both occasions when we went for help my wife was truly upset by the rudeness of the older spanish male staff.The young girl receptionist totally opposite and couldnt be more helpful.The room was ok top floor with sea views but no sun,being on the other side all day.The bath towels werent changed for two days so we had to reuse them.The maid eventually turned up on day three after my wife had made the bed herself,and we had reused the hand and bath towels.The toilet had a water stain at water level(ill attach pictures to prove this.)Even though the room was refurbished the bath was old and chipped and the electric sockets were old too.I think the cupboards and headboard were original but had been spray painted as there were obvious paint runs.The safe you had to pay for! No kettle or tea making facilities in room.Again available at extra cost!No lock on bathroom door.No wc brush supplied.Bedding old fashioned framework underneath with blankets and candlewick bedspreads.We regularly watched the sunbeds on sun terrace and by outdoor pool being reserved with the usual towels although signs state this not to be allowed.People then disappearing for hours after reserving the prime spots which is so selfish!This didnt bother us but unfair on other guests. The restaurant was ok breakfast not bad several choices and for dinner several choices but NO WATER or any drink i/e tea/coffee at teatime unless you forked out FIVE EUROS for two small bottles.Not good enough as access to water is a human right in this day and age.The young girls sorting the tables had their work cut out bless em and didnt stop clearing but couldnt keep up so tables left not ready for new diners.The bar and club had the usual cheesy shows,the reps treating the guests in our opinion as schoolkids,even though the cast of cocoon were a lot younger than many staying here. The other point we noticed is that there are four hotels together as part of this hotel chain who all can use the facilities so must be hectic in the summer season?Not for us.We may return to Majorca but wont use the Levante again. Well to sum up how is this a Four star Gold Hotel?More
sundownmike, Lincoln, United Kingdom
best hotel i have stayed in
I have just came back from a lovely week at the levante hotel with my partner. Before going i read the reviews and the main criticism was that the majority of people staying here were elderly. Me and my partner are only 18 years old and yet this did no bother us at all, to us it just men't a more relaxing holiday as there were no loud families etc. The rooms are amazing, the balcony is very big and the general hotel is spotless. A lot of reviews have complained that it does not deserve its gold label. However to me, the perks that you recieve are what make it a gold hotel. For example you have a fridge in your room which is free to use, free wifi, and channels such as sky ports and ITV. I have never experiences anything like this at a hotel before so it was a plenesnt surprise, along with the safe only being 14 euros for the week. The food is consistanly good at both meal times and changes every night so is never boring. The location has to be the best feature, although the hotel is in cala bona it is a 10 minute walk along to cala manor which is equally beautiful. It is true that the beach outside the hotel is not very good as it is small and does not have much actual sand. However this was not a problem for us as we just walked along to cala manor were there is a lovely big beach. There are plenty of shops, restraunts and bars throughout cala bona and cala manor. The glass bottom boat trips are a must as they allow you to go to other parts of majorca. The reps at the hotel are very helpful, provide plenty inormation on the trips availbale, and booking is quick and simple. The coach transfer from the airport is about an hour as cala bona is on the other side of the island. Overall we had a lovely first holliday together staying in this hotel and would reccomend it to anyone of any age.More
866jessG, Newcastle, United Kingdom
First Class hotel
Have just returned from a week at the Levante and all I can say is if anyone writes a bad report they either are impossible to please or have another agenda! This hotel is just brilliant, from the minute we arrived till the minute we left we simply couldn't find fault with it at all. From the position in the resort, to the very friendly helpful staff, the gorgeous spotless rooms and the amazing food in the restaurant-all added up to a wonderful holiday. I have been to Cala Bona several times over thirty years ago and the resort has changed a bit but for the better. Lots to do and local buses were a breeze-only 185 euros to go all the way to Porto Cristo was a bargain. Used the buses three days and found them excellent. As for the hotel it far exceeded our expectations, it is kept spotlessly clean everywhere and all the staff were really friendly and helpful. The pool area was just lovely and our sunbeds literally looked out over the beach and sea-just beautiful. We booked a partial sea view room (expecting to have to crane our necks to see it but on arrival were really impressed to see it slap bang outside our room (330) and we could hear the sea lapping against the shore at night-wonderful! Now for the food!! Well, totally amazing-SUCH a choice each night and every single thing we tried was cooked to perfection. This was our first all adults holiday and I must say I did enjoy it-having done the holidays for the children over the years it was nice to enjoy the peace and quiet all around the hotel. I just love this hotel and am already looking at dates at the end of the year!More
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