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.
2 weeks back from another holiday at The Levante Hotel, Cala Bona, Majorca. This is our 5th year back, booked already for next year and it was brilliant as ever. All the Hotel Staff are welcoming, friendly and helpful. Thomson Reps at hotel were very helpful and friendly and The Entertainment Team, headed by Zoe Holmes, were
absolutely fantastic, so talented and the shows they put on were second to none. They work so hard with such enthusiasm both day and night and they really made the holiday. The only drawback with the Hotel is the sun bed situation but with sister hotels and apartments being able to use them unfortunately this will not change.More
Lovely weeks stay at the Levante.
Just returned home from a weeks stay at the Levante as a family. Had a fabulous week! We arrived around noon and the porter met us from the coach to take our bags directly to our rooms which we checked into straight away. Our rooms didn't have the best view as we were directly on the road outside the hotel (226 & 228) However, we didn't let this bother us as we only really slept in the rooms. They are modern and well kept by the daily maid service. The road outside could be noisy but all noise seemed to stop around midnight.
The sunbed issue is a problem at this hotel but we said we wouldn't let it bother us. We managed to get a sunbed everyday around 7.30am which is early but as a family we like to sit out from 8-5 everyday. There are people who get up ridiculously early to get the exact same spot by the pool. The hotel says you cannot reserve sunbeds but still gives rooms 4am wake up calls for people to reserve them! The Thomson reps however say that you can reserve sunbeds whenever you want. We did find from around 12 the pool starts to get quieter anyway so if you wanted to sunbathe in the afternoon there are sunbeds around.
The food in the restaurant was amazing. Plenty of fresh salad, fish, meat and different options every night. The hotel does charge an excessive amount for drinks as it was 2.60 euros per bottle of water compared to 0.70 for a huge bottle in the supermarket opposite. We would also recommend the beach snack bar, lovely food, big portions and cheap! The staff are also so friendly and will do anything for you.
The entertainment is very well produced but it is singing every night which can get a little repetitive. The Thomson team are so enthusiastic and put so much effort into the daily activities and shows! They have hourly activities from 11-4 and then evening from 9-11. Couldn't ask for better people!
Great location in Cala Bona , safe, plenty to do in walking distance and right on the beach. Expensive sunbeds on the beach 8.40 for a lounger & umbrella per day.
Would recommend this hotel & location!More
full of fun and enjoyment
This was my 5th year at this hotel, the hotel if very clean, the staff are brilliant, they work very hard to give the service you would expect. The entertainment team Zoe, Katherine, Kieran and Sam were brilliant, very talented, and the enthusiasm for making sure every one has a great time is something I have not seen before even though previous entertainment were also fantastic. The only problem for some people was that all sun beds were taken by 9am, but that is partly due to the sister hotels being able to use the facilities at this hotel, I will be back 2016More
four star gold no way jose
I have just spent a week in the levante the food is average nothing to write home about the hotel itself is clean the rooms are ok some of the live music was ok but no atmosphere from the audience compared to the cala bona hotel down the road,the biggest issue from guests was the reserving of not just beds but chairs and tables at 3.30am and the hotel and reps condone it at guests getting early morning wake up calls from the reception this is true because the night receptionist told us but can not name him even with notices in the lifts and around the hotel asking guests not to reserve beds and be quite moving beds beds in case you wake guests up that's a joke if the beds on the beach had been free it would have been no problem but these with a parasol was costing 12 euro a day which I did not expect to pay for the 3 days I could not get round the pool and the days I did manage to aquire a bed the the entertainment around the pool was poor it could have done with some music from the 50,s to the 80,s to liven the place up I have seen more life in a grave yard than there was around the pool guests were sometimes 3 hrs and had not once used there beds this was a ongoing thing with new guests arriving everyone was complaining as we were getting on the bus at 8.30am to fly home it might have been the wrong time of year ,this was my first time in the levante and the lastMore
An excellent holiday
Just had a fantastic fortnight at this hotel. From the moment you arrive until the moment you leave you are looked after. Firstly the porter who meets you from the coach and delivers your cases to your room is very pleasant and very efficient. The reception staff are quick at getting you checked in and always pleasant and helpful during your stay. I can't remember all the names but Jaume, Tony and Sergi are just a few of the brilliant reception staff. The Thomson meeting the next day was well presented and very informative. It was Jo who did the meeting but all of the Thomson staff were brilliant. We booked some of the trips out and particularly enjoyed Western Adventure where we went to Valdemossa and then Soller and on the old train, the trip to Pollenca market, Son Amar which is the best dinner show we have ever been to and Pirates show which was just amazing. The Managers cocktail party was very funny and was presented by the Thomson team leader called Phil. He introduced all the Thomson team and told us a little bit about each person and then we got to meet all the heads of department from the hotel. This was followed by an incredible Gala dinner. All the food St th hotel is of the highest standard. I don't know how anyone can complain about it. The rooms are very clean and all the hotel is kept incredibly clean by an army of cleaners. The hotel is right on the beach and also has a beach snack bar. The evening entertainment is really good and is a mix of UK acts and the Thomson team. There is a good variety with comedians, show tunes, singers etc. we also went on the blanket trip which is a free day out and you get to visit Palma. The local interest guide, Jan, did some walks that we went on and she is very informative about places you can get to in your own. The only down side at this hotel is the sunbed situation. Not that we minded as we like to get out and about and not sit on a sunbed all day but this is all you hear people moaning about. There are signs asking people not to reserve sun beds but people were getting up at 4 and 5 in the morning to put their towels (which are provided by the hotel) out. Overall we had a fabulous holiday and can't wait to return next year.More