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.
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.
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.
We had a private transfer to the hotel which took around 50 minutes on arrival we realised that all our medication was still at home but the wonderful lady on the reception had a doctor at the hotel within 20 minutes who saved the holiday We had a lovely superior high floor room which overlooked the sea.it was spotless as was the hotel and all the staff were very friendly Breakfast and dinner were both fantastic but the problem was the tea coffee and toast area which was bedlam as it was totally in the wrong place The night time entertainment was perfect for the over 50 age group tribute groups especially the Bee Gees. I would have no hesitation in recommending the Levante we had a great time thanks to all who helped make it a holiday to remember.More
The first hotel in Cala Bona and still the best
Firstly I have to say that we are biased having first stayed in this hotel over 35 years ago when it was a family hotel but over the years the facilities have been upgraded to a Thomson's adults only hotel, but still in the same family.
The hotel is modern, bright and spotlessly clean with polite, efficient and helpfull staff throughout. The large dining room provides a huge choice of quality food with an amazing choice of sweets and puddings.
The only downside, it was the end of season, were the beds which had clearly been well used by over indulgent guests, they had clearly made an impression!
The beachside location is fabulous and there are miles of easy promenade walking, with the pictuesque harbour and cafes are only a few minutes away.
The Levante Hotel is simply very,very good, I could have said that at the beginning but I am expected to write a more detailed review!More
Lovely Cala Bona
another excellent holiday at the Levante hotel, as previous travellers have said very clean, good food, lovely staff and definitely pay extra for a superior room, especially early or late season, when weather turns cooler the balconies facing the pool keep the sun and warmth until late. We tried rooms facing restaurant and outside area last time and whilst they are cooler in high summer boy are they noisy. Talking of noise why oh why is the entertainment soooooooooooooooo loud evenings and day time round the pool?, also why do people get so hung up on wifi being slow or intermittent YOUR ON HOLIDAY. Cala Bona is a lovely laid back resort lots of bars and cafes, cats whiskers, champions and of course Stanleys to name but a few and has anyone seen so many flavours of ice cream. When in need of a livelier walk or entertainment cala millor adjoins and also has better sandy beaches. A word of warning about the red cycle path that runs through both resorts, you need to cross over with caution, bikes, electric scooters and 4 and 6 seat surrey bikes race on and off this pathway both ways!!!!!!!!!More
Sue-Al P, Andover, United Kingdom
Transfer from Hell
The hotel was excellent. We had stayed there 13 years ago. Everything was much the same. Bedrooms, food and entertainment. What wasn't the same was the transfer from Palma Airport to the hotel. Our transfer took over 2 hours....we dropped off at least 10 other hotels before ours. We were last and because of being so long we had missed our evening meal. (Our plane landed at 6.15pm and we arrived at the hotel at 9.20pm) The transfer had taken longer than the flight! If we had known we were going to ride around Sa Coma, Calla Millor and even our own resort for all that time we (4 of us travelling together) we would have taken our own taxi. So beware the transfer.More
Travis63, Coventry, United Kingdom
The WiFi at the Levante is having a lot problems, it would not let me log-on. They give you a username and a password. I entered these onto their log-on page, it then says you are being connected, please wait, but it goes no further, even after 10 minutes or more. I had no problems connecting to the WiFi at the local bars, only at the Levante. A lot of other guests were complaining out it as well.More