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

Gold

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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Great Week even out of Season

We arrived on the 6th March. We were quickly booked in and given our rooms. the hotel had just re opened a few days earlier so the hotel was quiet until the Tuesday and about another 100+ guest turned up. our room was sea facing and the room was comfortable. the only moan i got about the room was no kettle, but it wasn't a holiday spoiler. Food.. some recent reviews i read must have been to a different hotel than me. as all my meals were hot, saw chefs constantly re filling the buffet trays, checking food temps, loads of selection and a good variety. even had cooking stations at breakfast and evening meal were they cooked eggs in the morning and various meats and fish in the evening. Hotel staff were helpful and friendly and the Thompson staff were a laugh We used the sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi.. We only looked at the gym..... well we are on holiday :o) We found the hotel very central for cala bona and calla millor. A great week was had by all even though out and about was very quiet and most places closed. hower towards then end of our week it was obvious places were looking at opening and saw places clean, painting and stocking up ready for the summer.More

ukdave1606, Wigan, Lancashire

Disappointing

Positives The Hotel was clean, Thomson and bar staff were great, the room was well presented, nice bathroom and flight and transfer arrangements were really easy. Nightly cocktail offers were very tasty and the breakfasts were great with lots of choice. Also having sky sports was good for us as we like our sports. The day trip to the north was very good if a little pricey Negatives The weather wasn't great - but not the fault of hotel but the resort was almost completely shut! I've seen more life in a full series of the walking dead! It's really important to consider that if the weather isn't great you'll be spending a lot of time indoors. So with nothing open and the resort in general looking very tired and sorry for it's self your only option is to spend time in the hotel. When the weather does get better there wasn't the opportunity to use the tennis courts that are advertised as they can't offer racket hire out of season (even though the rep did offer to look into it but we didn't hear anything back). Another disappointment was how we were treated by some of the other guests. We knew we were going to a Thomson Gold holiday, mainly because it was good value, and we wanted a chill out holiday but were met with joking/sarcastic comments like "you shouldn't be here, it's not for young people" or "Don't be having parties in your room" and "what are you doing here in this place?". The policy is over 18's not over 80's so why some people felt the need to make us feel uncomfortable is beyond me!! Also we tried our best to speak very basic Spanish to the staff as we thought it would be respectful but because they were clearly so used to us Brits speaking in English they greeted our attempts with pity laughs. The beds were rock hard so I struggled to sleep and during the day some industrial generator pierced the quiet on the balcony of the sea view room (which is not the ones shown facing the pool) For the evening meals, the vegetarian options were inconsistent. One night I was treated to vegetable lasagne, tempura veg, roasted veg and pasta with a tomato sauce and the next night I had the choice of grilled aubergine or ... chips. Also some of the choices were not hot and/or overcooked. The WiFi in the hotel was poor at best as it kept losing the connection and apps didn't work at all. not great for trying to find things to do or get trip advisor reviews on places to eat (if any are open) Recommendations We hired a car for 48 hours and were very glad we did as visits to Palma, Artes and Mondrago were well worth it and a bus trip to the caves in Portocristo was well worth it too. Plan your holiday before you go if you want to do anything other than sit and stare at the waves Consider somewhere else if you're going out of season and want to experience anything outside of the hotel. Someone there described it as being at home, which I think sums it up, but if it's the same as home, what's the point of coming to Majorca?More

Chris H, Leeds, England, United Kingdom

Definitely 4 star

Stayed a the hotel in March 2015 for seven nights with five other friends. The hotel is a Thomson gold hotel with a ratting of 4 stars. I must admit that the Hotel deserves its rating. It is spotless and the facilities second to none. Staff are a pleasure to deal with and are always helpful. We stayed on half board basis and the restaurant is buffet service. There was always several choices of dishes to select from plus show cooking. Food was very good and there were no complaints from my party. I would definitely return. It was very early in the season and the resort quiet. However there was always entertainment in the Hotel. The bar prices are very reasonable so if you decide to "stay in" you should not be disappointed with prices or entertainment generally. To sum it up : good hotel, good facilities , good staff and food . Definitely 4 star.More

taj8997, Taj8997 in Bolton UK

A Mixed Bag

We arrived after the hotel had been open a week. It was clean and had been prepared to the usual Spanish standards. Special note: It was wheelchair friendly with ramps and wide doors to the public areas, you could also hire disability scooters etc. However, there was only one lift working.. We booked a superior room which turned out to be clean but a tight fit with a balcony that was a similar tight fit. More importantly, the lighting was so odd that one could not sit and read if you did not want to join the evening entertainment. The "quiet room" was a through way from the stairs and lift to the dining room and from the main bar and entertainment area, i.e. not very quiet. Meals were pretty good canteen standard with a wide choice, but beware if you have any food allergies (like gluten, dairy or fructose etc) as it was difficult to find out what was in it. Thompson staff were all very attentive as usual and the trips were very good . Cala Bona, it has to be said was pretty much closed and at best would be very limited in what it offers: Very much in the shadow of its neighbour, Cala Millor. The beach is nothing much and the harbour is very small, but we found a good harbour-side restaurant. We recommend Janet and Johns. So, go on the trips or catch the bus. Sadly this does not warrant the "Gold" tagMore

christopher n, Honiton, United Kingdom

definitely gold

Stayed from 13/3/2015 for a week after only booking 6 days before. Had a lovely room overlooking the patio area but could see the sea from the balcony. First greeted by very friendly Thomson Adviser and luggage taken in by porter who also offered to deliver to our room. Very nice touch. Room excellent very roomy,spotless and lovely and warm as weather not good. Food best we have ever had in any hotel always hot and great variety with many things cooked to order. Entertainment was brilliant great professional acts but the two Thomson girls Nicola and Jessica were marvelous not only organising lots of fun quizzes and games during the day but brilliant entertainment in the evenings. All in all treat hotel great location can't wait to return.More

Peter B, Middlesex

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