There are three beaches within easy reach of this hotel. It’s also handy for Cala Bona’s bars and shops.
This stylish hotel has a pool both indoors and out. The outdoor one is big and square, and is surrounded by a spacious sun terrace. At mealtimes, there is a buffet restaurant, plus an à la carte. And it's having a top-to-toe makeover for summer 2015.
Set on Cala Bona’s seafront, the hotel’s close to three beaches, including a rocky one across the road. For soft sands, Cala Millor Beach is a 5-minute walk, while Cala Bona Beach is further down the prom.
These double select rooms with sea view sleeps up to three. They come with a larger terrace, wooden decking, table, chair and sunbeds. Air-conditioning is at the manager's discretion. Cots are available on request.
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The best location in Cala Bona ,having fantastic views and a more relaxed setting than the harbour area, Forget that though!...The hotel Alicia is an absolute dream!!!, we stayed in room 519,everything so modern and clean,various light settings from control pads next to bed, sensor lights in the toilet and wet room shower, tea/coffee making facilities and fridge in the room, ,and a beautiful balcony sea view.
Food was good,every where clean & tidy,I really struggle to think of a downside,maybe if pushed the indoor pool was probably more for the winter, as it was stuffy & a little claustrophobic.
This hotel is the best in Cala Bona i would say.More
KevLagt4, Stourbridge, United Kingdom
Lovely place to relax
Just returned from a week at the Alicia and had such a relaxing time.
The new rooms are lovely. The bathroom situation may not be to everyone's taste however I've seen this in quite a few modern hotels and we personally thought it made the room feel a lot bigger.
The pool areas are great. We found there were a lot of families around the pool and it didn't get the sun until the afternoon so spent most of our days at the infinity pool on the roof which is amazing!! Beautiful views and adults only - the bar staff from downstairs occasionally came up to take drinks orders as the bar up there is only open in the evenings which was a bit of a shame.
The restaurant was ok. Great selection for breakfast however I do agree with other reviewers that the food in the evening never seemed to relate, a theme could help. They do have a Majorcan evening and a BBQ which spiced things up a little. Sarahs restaurant that you can visit once a week is lovely. Book a place as soon as you get there though.
The bars were great. Lovely to spend the evening at the roof top chill out area with a drink. There was entertainment every night in the hotel and across the road, quite a good range to suit all ages. It can be quite noisy which didn't bother us however may bother others as it didn't finish until midnight. Drinks were fairly expensive compared to local bars and we were paying â¬2 for a tiny bottle of water. There is a spar shop around the corner though so you can easily stock up your fridge.
Well worth a visit for a lovely relaxing week in the sun!
I have just returned after spending 7 nights at this hotel with my husband and two daughters aged 16yrs and 20yrs. This is an amazing hotel, I can honestly say this is the best hotel I have stayed in so far after visiting Majorca many times.
The rooms are very modern and clean, the towels in our rooms were changed every day, bed linen also changed 3 times within the 1 week stay. The balconies are very clean and tidy, if you have a room with a sea view like us then you will have the sun in the morning and shaded in the afternoon, this was quite refreshing after a full day in the sun. The air conditioning within the rooms work really well keeping the room nicely chilled.
The buffet restaurant always has a varied and plentiful amount of foods on offer, the food was replenished very quickly making sure everyone within the restaurant had the same amount of choice. When we attended breakfast on our first day Sergio showed us to a table and said this would be our table for our evening meal for the rest of our holiday. We usually went to breakfast at approx 09.00hrs this seemed a very popular time for guests to go and got quite busy. The waiters in the restaurant work tirelessly making sure you are happy, have drinks and plates are cleared away from the table, nothing was ever a problem.
The terrace on the rooftop is amazing, there are plenty of sun beds and the infinity pool is so relaxing. This area is a quiet area making you feel chilled and relaxed in fantastic surroundings. In the evenings there is also a cocktail bar area which is open from 20.00hrs till midnight on the rooftop.
The beech at the front of the hotel is not great, lots of rocks and stones, sand is very gritty, however if you would like to spend a day at the beach, the Cala Millor beach is approximately 10 minute walk away. The harbour area in Cala Bona is great, a lovely area to sit have a glass of sangria in the evening. This area can get really busy in the evenings.
My family and I had a fantastic stay at this hotel, did not want to leave. Would definitely return to this hotel with no hesitation.More
Andkimc, Bristol, United Kingdom
Fantastic holiday, beautiful hotel.
My Boyfriend and I (both 21) visited this hotel for a week, starting on the 22nd of August. As soon as we arrived we were blown away by how beautiful the hotel was, the rooms were immaculate and the view from our balcony was incredible. If you book the sea view room, you'll be able to look straight out onto the Mediterranean and watch the sun rise over the sea from your bed, which is itself, worth the asking price of the hotel.
The staff here are amazing, always happy to help and the food was brilliant. They have about 4 separate buffets in the dining room with a huge selection of hot and cold food. Also upon arrival you'll be instructed to book yourselves in at 'Sarahs' - the Al a Carte restaurant on the 5th floor of the hotel. You can eat here for no extra charge on one night of your stay and is an absolute must, the view is again, incredible, and the food was just about the best I've ever had.
The area is great too, a good selection of bars, restaurants and shops are lined up along the seafront, which is just below the hotel and takes about 30 seconds to walk to from the hotel entrance. The harbor is a 5 minute walk from the hotel to the left down the sea front, I'd recommend having a look round there and grabbing a seafood Paella from one of the restaurants.
The nearby town of Cala Millor is a 10 minute walk down to the right along the seafront, and although Cala Bona and Cala Millor are technically separate towns, they may as well be joined together and your short walk from Hotel Alicia to at Cala Millor is full of shops, bars and restaurants - it's hard to tell where Bona ends and Millor begins.
The beach at Cala Millor is definitely a lot nicer Cala Bona's beach, but is fairly crowded. If you can get a good spot, it's a great place to spend the day with water-sports etc taking place all the time. If you don't fancy the walk or the crowds then the beach at Cala Bona is equally as nice, and 100% less crowded, however the water in the little man-made bays is full of huge rocks, which makes it difficult to find a decent spot to go swimming. You'll notice everyone at Cala Bona beach has a lilo - get one too. This way you can float over the rocks and get to the deeper water without stubbing a toe.
Overall the stay was fantastic and we'd definitely go again. Couldn't fault the hotel for a single thing and would recommend booking a stay soon before they get an extra star and start charging 5 star prices. More