Set on the seafront in Cala Bona, the Hotel Protur Alicia is in a first-class spot. It’s close to three beaches, including a partly-rocky one just across the road. If you prefer soft sands, though Cala Millor Beach is roughly five minutes’ walk away, while Cala Bona Beach lies just along the promenade.
The shared areas of the hotel are really stylish. Modern sofas and cream rugs take centre-stage in the lobby, and the restaurant combines chic, high-backed chairs with lots of pale wood. The comfortable bedrooms are more traditional in design, but they all feature mod-cons like satellite TVs with some English TV channels. Plus, most of them open to balconies with fantastic sea views.
All this aside, the property’s facilities are its trump card. As well as an outdoor and an indoor pool, you’ve got things like aqua aerobics, pistol shooting, and evening shows and live music.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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With a terrace, sunbeds, parasols, towels and a children's section.
Offering breakfast with hot dishes and dinner.
El Mar Mediterranean restaurant
For local and Mediterranean cuisine from May to October, with spectacular sea views. You can have 1 meal here per stay.
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twin 3 select with sea view
Twin room sleeps up to 3 with larger terraces, teak decking table, chair, sunbeds and sea views. Air-conditioning is at the manager's discretion. Cots are available on request.
Twin room sleeps up to 3. Air-conditioning is at the manager's discretion. Cots are available on request.
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October Half Term
October Half term break, situated between Cala Bona and Cala Millor - Cala Bona has a little harbour very beautiful lots of places to eat around we frequented The Rope and Anchor most days for lunch and free WiFi. Hotel food varied and plentiful. Entertainment typical Spanish hotel -bingo - singers and various acts. Worth a try.More
jackie b, Manchester, United Kingdom
Half term week
This was our second trip to the Hotel Alicia, we went in April for 11 nights over easter and had fantastic weather, we stayed 2 weeks at The Gran Sol in August for nearly the same price as the Alicia and then we went 2 days before the October half term and had glorious weather again, between 28 - 30 degrees for the first 5 days. I agree with some of the other views, as it was the last week of the season the evening meal was really poor, paealla 2 evenings, pork and ham, each night seemed to be the same for the main course part, the soups were ok and the desserts were nice. On our last but one evening when we ordered our wine the waiter said he thought they had run out of that one which did not impress us, sad they were running it down so much and didnt offer choice or nice main courses. The meat on the grill section is always overcooked. The staff are what make this hotel so lovely and again Chris who does the entertainment is lovely, we dont actually like the entertainment and go out for a quiet drink some were but it is good for people who do. The hotel is spotless clean although this time we did have a small cockroach and some ants in our room which my husband disposed of. The biggest shame is the rooms, they are so dated and the shower curtain is a nightmare, the shower causes a wind tunnel and the shower continually sticks to you and the bathroom steams up. It was really hot when we stayed there unusually so, we had to sleep with our patio doors open as the rooms were so warm and although the air con was on it wasnt very effective. On a plus side I love the hotel and location, it was very peaceful in April and October and a good price on both occasions. I have stayed here in August one year and would not want to do that again, it is too maniac, people getting up early to put their towels on sunbeds and not appearing to late in the day, noisy and totally maniac in the restaurant and quite hotel. I wish the Protur group would do the bedrooms and lounge area up, they have taken over several hotels in the area like the one that used to be the Riu in cala millor and are totally gutting it. I would definitely return early or late season not August as the resort is so lovely for walking, riding and getting out and about, you can walk along to Costa Los Pinos, up to Son Servera, up to the castle through the nature reserve, along to s'illott, sa coma and then catch a bus to several areas like Cala Ratjada, Porto Cristo.More
holidaymad49, Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Late getaway in October.
This was the first hotel I had even been in that made me feel so welcome, from when we first arrived to when we left. The hotel was right on the sea front. We had a large room overlooking the sea. The bed was very comfortable and the room was spotlessly clean. I am really fussy when it comes to food, but I enjoyed every meal, it was hot and really tasty. I adore fruit and there was always plenty of fresh fruit. Pedro and Sergio worked so hard and looked after us. There was an indoor and outdoor pool and a small gym, Plenty of entertainment at night. We went out every day and walked for miles, it is so flat and so much to do. From riding bicycles to boat trips. At nights we walked down to the harbour where we went into a bar, so my husband could watch his football. On the down side you had to pay for the safe, remote control for TV and pool towels, and there was not a kettle in the room, but that did not worry us as there were loads of places to get drinks. As we went two weeks before the end of the season it did become quieter and more bars and shops closed down. But I would still like to go back again. Cala Bona and Cala Millor is a great place for families. We only went on one trip out and that was the orange blossom trail. It was expensive but the views from the mountains was worth it, the monastery was very interesting, and then we went to Sollar and went on a tram, followed by a train ride back through the mountains. We found a great shoe shop called Don Diego, and enjoyed coffee at Champions with Frank & June, and in the evening went to the Rope & Anchor for drinks by Lois & Donna. A really lovely relaxing holiday.More
Missymoomoo_11, Brighton, United Kingdom
Half term week
Stopped at the Alicia for a last minute half term break. Have been to Cala Millor for the past two years at this time so knew that things would be quiet. The hotel occupies a great spot in between Cala Bona and Cala Millor. Our room had a stunning sea view and was quiet despite shops underneath. The hotel staff were exceptionally good and the hotel is spotless. Food at the hotel was on par or if not better than I expected for 3*. Breakfast choices were ample but a bigger selection of nice breads and rolls would improve the choice. Food in the evening was good with a varied salad buffet and then various mains and desserts. I enjoyed the fish options each evening but could have chosen several options each evening. The restaurant manager was superb and did everything to make us feel special each day. Good choice of reasonably priced wines. The entertainment is not something we choose a hotel for (we would far rather have a quite hotel bar) but did end up going into the bar and lounge area as the weather was bad and stopped us going out. The entertainment team seemed to be doing a good job and the acts chosen were not bad however the Bingo Bongo was really not our scene :( Great drinks service in the bar from the bar team. I would not have paid the price which this holiday was originally offered at but did think that the holiday was a bargain for the reduced price we paid.More
After having a great holiday here in April we returned hoping to repeat the experience. Unfortunately for us this was the hotels last week of business before closing for the winter and my goodness was that obvious in the restaurant! The food was awful, I am not a fussy eater but I really struggled to find something to eat, even the salad option was shocking I mean really who wants to eat cold brussels sprouts or cold salsify? It as as if they had run out and just found this lot at the bottom of the freezer, or some long forgotten tin cans. The rest of the hotel was just as before, which is to say, excellent. The staff are lovely here and to be honest I think the restaurant staff may have been just a little embarrassed. Its a shame but this should not happen we paid just as much money at this time of year as earlier.More
ajcramphorn, Leicester, United Kingdom
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