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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  • 341Rooms
  • 6Lifts
  • Official Rating: Hotel Levante - 4
    Hotel Levante Park - 4
    La Luna - 2


Classic holidays designed for adults, with great entertainment

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

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Golf Offers

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
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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double room with sea view

These contemporary double rooms with a sea view have a light and airy feel and can sleep up to three. They are available at Hotel Levante.

double room

These contemporary double rooms with their light and airy feel can sleep up to three. They come with two or three beds in the Levante and Levante park and two in La Luna.

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3rd Visit to the Levante

We have just returned from a week at the Levante 18th - 25th April. The warm welcome was still there from Kiko, the porter that takes your luggage to your room for you, to the Reception staff, Bar and Restaurant staff and the Room girls. Our room was on the 5th floor with a sea view and a view over the courtyard area where the entertainment is held weather permitting. Our room looked fresh as though it had had a coat of paint in the winter. The sheets were changed once while we were there and the towels when requested. Food was still a very good quality with a full range of cooked breakfast, Pedro does a mean poached egg, best ever. The evening meals were still up to the standard we remembered. Evening Entertainment- It was all very disjointed and really needs a lot of polishing. Gold hotels we have been to in the past have always had a notice board in reception with the acts that are performing each evening listed on it, at the Levante you had to ask each day as the only thing on the board said flown in from the UK. That makes me smile as we all know the acts live on the Island and do the rounds of all the hotels during the season, come on Thomson we made be old but we're not daft. The brought in acts that we saw were very good. Martin James- comedian good, J,P,Bradshaw- singer excellent, this was his last appearance at the Levante. Mark Summers- Elvis tribute excellent, but couldn't see him from where we were as he was performing on the dance floor and there was no lighting.We were supposed to have Buster a comedian but he was to ill to come so he was replaced by Leon Jackson a soul singer who turned out to be excellent. I must say a big thankyou to the resident duo Mellow Yellow who were superb. Ludo entertained for a short time on his own before things got going for the evening and Amy joined in with the dancers as well as entertaining us with her singing. They told us that they will not be the resident duo at the Levante for the season May to October this year,they are moving to Menorca. The evenings that the Thomson hosts did their 'sets' were very poor. They are lovely girls but as singers they leave a lot to be desired. The songs they chose were not right for their audience, when you consider it was made up of mainly 50. and well over. They had problems with the microphones on more than one occasion. They kept calling the Bingo sessions Pick of the Six, which is a different game and requires a ticket from a machine not bingo cards as were being used there. I shall know not to go to a Gold Hotel again in the low season if this past week is anything to go by. Come on Thomson surely your Gold Hotel customers are entitled to the same high standard of entertainment whether it be low or high season after all they are paying you for it. This may not be possible, but perhaps it would be an idea for Thomsons to advertise the type of entertainment each hotel has, so people can choose where they go according to their taste.More

mickeyjune, Southampton, United Kingdom

Weeks quiet break

After a wind up of a trip over, the hotel was 1st class, although more like 3 star than 4. Staffing was really good, food fine, bar and staff on the ball, would revisit. Although Cala Bona is Shaded by its neighbour Cala Milor. For shops and bars etc. More

Dave M, Southampton, England, United Kingdom

john & margaret lindsay

excellent hotel, the entrance off the street does not do the hotel justice once inside it is tastefuly decorated all amenities are close at hand. dining room is well laid out with plenty of everything available. rooms are very clean and comfortable so are the beds, food was excellent with lots to choose from we had beef, lamb, pork, chicken, plus plenty of veg. entertainment was also excellent with acts from the uk and britains got talent performing,not forgetting the staff from reception to the maintenance man they were great, nice walk to calla malor completed the holiday for us the only downside was the weather it was cold and very windy however we only went for a week but would definitely go back to this hotel again.More

John L, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom

Good value hotel

Just got back from a week at the levante. Enjoyed every minute at the hotel. Good food, good entertainment, pleasant staff, clean tidy public areas and rooms what more do need. Some people are just very hard to please. The one gripe I had was the lack of information from thomsons at the airport. We were told " down there coach 4. Miles later found the coach. When we got to the coach there was no information given so just had to tuess where to get off etc. on other thomson holidays if there is no rep travelling on the coach there has been someone who comes to the coach and give you welcome papers and tells you when welcome meeting is. Hence we missed the welcome meeting as papers shoved under room door late afternoon---meeting in the morning. Would definitely go to this hotel again.More

MaryNewcastleNotts, Notts

Good Value as a Late Deal

We just spent a week at the Lavante. It was a late booking and a really good price for a GOLD hotel. We have stayed at quite a few GOLD hotels in the past but something seemed to be lacking at this one. We had a lovely room (with a free fridge) on the 6th Floor overlooking the Sundeck area. The balcony had a beautiful sea view. The room was bright, modern and very clean. Plenty of hot water for a lovely bath every evening but also had a shower with a screen. The food was really good with plenty to choose from and the best deserts we have had on a holiday for a long time. We don't eat red meat but did not go hungry. The salad bar was good too especially liked the watercress. Some of the waiting staff were a bit surly/unfriendly. Entertainment was very poor. The comedians were terrible but the resident duo seemed up to the usual standard. It was very quiet outside the hotel in the evenings as it was early season so shops and bars were not open. We just took a short stroll up to the Marina area and then we went to bed early every night as the TV had English channels so it was a better option. We went walking along the promenade every morning. You can walk for miles or there is also a cycle path. We found a lovely place to stop for coffee on our walk. Mama Ines just between Cala Bona and Cala Millor. If you like a good strong coffee at a very reasonable price and in a great location you will like this place. The weather was good for the time of year. Although it was a bit chilly in mornings and evenings so we were glad of our jackets. People saved sunbeds and parasols around the pool every morning so we sunbathed on the sun deck on the 3rd Floor which was lovely and we never had a problem getting a bed. Mattresses were always available too. This is a hotel that is very suitably located for less mobile people. We had a lovely restful week but don't think we would go back to this particular hotel. We just felt something was missing. It was a good priced holiday and great value but wouldn't pay the full brochure price.More

EnaSharples, Boston, Lincolnshire, UK

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Hotel Levante
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 712 customer reviews
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