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 2 pools, plenty of evening entertainment, and 2 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 666 reviews
- Official Rating: Hotel Levante - 4
Hotel Levante Park - 4
La Luna - 2
Classic holidays designed for adults
- 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
|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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First the good points. Location to beach very good. Room really nice. Food ok but not impressed with streaky bacon, tinned tomatoes and diluted juice for breakfast. Saving grace was the fantastic egg chef. Never had a sun bed yet due to selfish guests reserving at the crack of dawn - even in the pouring rain - you know who you are! Worst point was the unescapably loud entertainment each evening. It was dreadful and we could not return to our room before midnight. For this reason will not stay again.More
Ron B, Durham, United Kingdom
Good hotel in nice resort
We staid here just as the season was coming to the end. We booked last minute and was not disappointed with our choice. The hotel itself is very nice, clean, and has everything that you might want, nice outdoor pool although as mentioned many times trying to get a sun bed can be a challenge, sun deck, steam room, jacuzzi and gym, there is also an indoor pool at the sister hotel which is literally across the road. We used the outdoor pool there a couple of times as less crowded and lots of sunbeds. The food at the hotel was good although we did feel sometimes wasn't hot enough but generally a good choice. The rooms were nice, very clean with a free fridge which was nice and a safe (payable). The entertainment at the hotel was probably the best that I have come across, the hotel entertainment team were very good and the visiting artists were very professional. The hotel is a few hundred yards from Cala Bona and a nice walk to Cala Millor if you fancy a busier resort. If you are looking for a nice hotel (not luxury) in a nice area than book this hotel. Many people return to this hotel every year, when we were there the average age was probably around 60 plus but I do think this was due to the time of the year.More
lovely weather for the last week of the season made this holiday extra special. The Levante made us very welcome and we were very impressed by the cleanliness in all areas. Our room looked over the courtyard and did not get any sun which would have been nice as it was a cooler time of year but could be an advantage in the hotter months, but as we did not pay extra we accepted the room gladly as we could see the sea and harbour. There was also a free fridge which we did not expect . I emailed and asked for a higher floor and was pleased to say that i got a reply to say that they would try according to availability and we did get a room on the fifth floor. Food was excellent with a great selection , I loved the crepes cooked to order. Getting a sunbed wasn't a problem as the hotel was not full being the last week and thank the entertainment team for keeping up a full programme of events with so few people left. Cala Bona is our favourite place on Majorca and will return very soon.More
Rosalyn H, Norwich, United Kingdom
Relaxing Autumn Break We booked a late deal Thomson Gold holiday at the Levante, Cala Bona. We got a very good price which was a good start. We flew from Doncaster Airport. We have used it on a few previous occasions and find it very convenient and stress free. We used Thomson's on line check in before departing, and so simply had to use the luggage drop at the airport. This all worked well. The flight went on time and was without incident. Unfortunately, for both our outward and return flights, we were seated next to a very large lady who rather 'spilled over' into our space - space on planes is at a premium to begin with, so we were slightly uncomfortable in our seats. We shared the pain - my wife sat next to her on the way out, and I sat next to her coming back. I don't know what can be done about this unless somebody is brave enough to suggest an individual dimensions limit, beyond which you have to book two seats! Transfers to & from the resort went OK - Thomsons no longer send an adviser on the transfers, and the 'first or second drop' privilege for Gold customers appears to have been abandoned, making for a tiresome run round of drops at the resort. The hotel was exactly as we hoped - check in was quick and efficient, and our cases were brought to our room from the coach by the hotel staff - a nice touch. The room was a delight with excellent sea and bay views. There was a working fridge (free) and a combination safe (to pay for). The beds were comfortable, and the bathroom clean and functional. The maid service was first rate. The hotel is looking a little dated and needs some updating. There is free wifi throughout the hotel, which worked well pretty much most of the time. Meals were Thomson Gold standard - buffet style. Plenty of choice - enough for the faddiest of eaters (I am one). For dinner there was always something recognisably 'English' (for the unadventurous), as well as plenty of more local or traditionally Spanish fare. Drinks were reasonably priced and promptly served. The entertainment was also Thomson Gold standard - an excellent, ever cheerful, & hard working entertainment team provided all round day and night activities and entertainment which was to a very professional standard and much appreciated. The advisers were seemingly ever present and on hand to offer suggestions and assistance. We took one excursion, to Palma. This wasn't the Thomson trip, but the Thomson adviser arranged it for us with a local coach company. This went well and we had a good long day in Palma. For other trips we used the local bus service, which is plentiful and comprehensive, but seldom follows any timetable that we consulted. The drivers are all well used to English (and German) visitors and are always happy to help. All in all a jolly good break to prepare us for the winter months ahead.More
Our second visit to Cala Bona and our first to the Levante and we were not disappointed. This is a thomson gold hotel we went mid October the weather was also better than expected. What stood out the most when we arrived was the helpful friendly staff, our cases taken straight to our room. We had a room overlooking the street which was a little noisy but we were expecting this as you had to pay extra for a sea or pool view room, we booked last minute and got a good deal for this hotel so did not want to pay anymore for a view. The hotel was very clean, towels were changed everyday, the choice of food was very good, always hot and very enjoyable. Cala Bona runs into Cala Millor so you can walk and walk,stopping for pit stops along the way at the many bars, hotels etc. There are the usual shops to wonder around. A must if you enjoy a walk is to walk up to the peninsular past Cala Millor up the very top is a the remains of a castle/fort which is a worth a wander around, there is a cafe there for refreshments or a bite to eat. It is a nature reserve now with horses/ponies if you want a ride and as you continue your walk across you come to Sa Coma with its lovely sandy beaches. Of ourse if you don't want to walk back uou can get a cab or the open top bus. We don't usually spend our time lazing around on sunbeds but our one moan at the hotel was that the majority of sunbeds had towels on the before breakfast and when we did spend time at the pool we also noticed that these guests didn't always turn up to use their beds until later in the day which is very selfish. The entertainment was quite good although there are plenty of places to wonder to in the evening. In all a very good holiday - Well done Levante and its staff.More
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