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.
Open during low season with a whirlpool bath.
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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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We have just returned home after a fabulous holiday at this hotel. It is extremely clean and all the staff without exception were friendly and helpful. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend a stay here, it is in a great spot and if you go you will enjoy every minute of your holiday.More
Lynn L, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Stayed here for a week (4th April - 10th April. The staff, without exception, were the most friendly we have ever come across anywhere. The hotel was cleaned and maintained to a very high standard. There was a good selection of well-cooked dishes at breakfast and dinner. The restaurant was managed very efficiently by the lovely Sergio - his attention to detail could not be faulted. Antonio, Pepe & Abdul looked after us very well in the dining room in spite of the fact that at times it was extremely busy. Bar staff were also very attentive, in particular Ricky & Juanjo. Drinks were reasonably priced. There was a nice selection of items on the lunchtime menu if you needed it. The animation team were excellent, consisting of Chris and Natalie, with plenty of daytime activites to suit all if you wanted to join in, such as darts, rifle shooting, pool and a daily quiz. They were never pushy or in your face if you did not want to take part. Really enjoyed Chris' guided walk to Cala Millor market - he knows so much about the area. The outdoor pool was too cold at this time of year, despite the fantastic weather for early April. There was a heated indoor pool and the jacuzzi was as warm as a bath. Also a small gym The evening entertainment started with a mini disco for the kids, followed by Bingo & then a musical act. The Thoson rep, Hannah, knew her stuff & it was nice to get tips on the best places to eat (try Stanley's tea rooms) and directions to the supermarkets. 75% of the rooms had a sea view overlooking the promenade and the small rocky beach - the sunrises were stunning. The rooms were cleaned every day, linen changed once a week & towels as often as you wanted. The rooms were spacious with a nice shower over the bath and plenty of mirrors. We hired a fridge for a week (€20) and we also hired a safe, which was so big even the laptop fitted in it! A cycle track runs from Cala Bona through Cala Millor and on to Sa Coma - the hire of bikes is very popular as the area is so flat. Plenty of bars and places to eat along the sea-front. Would definitely recommend and would return.More
OharaKent_England, Kent, England
April 2014 Hotel Alicia Cala Bona
We have just come back from a weeks holiday in Cala Bona where we stayed in the Protur Alicia. We had a great time and we were very lucky with the weather it was sunny and warm all week apart from a couple of hours one morning when there was a see mist which cleared around 11am. The hotel is fantastic, could not fault it in anyway. The sea view rooms are amazing perfect location. As it was so early in the season the pool was too cold to swim in but there is an indoor pool as well. The food is incredible first class and the waiter service is also very good. There is evening entertainment every night which I can't comment on as we always went for a walk after dinner instead. The resort of Cala Bona in my opinion is perfect we have been there 3 times (first time at this hotel) and will go again (to this hotel). I must mention Eileen and Pedro's Spar shop, it is 100m from the hotel (out the door turn left). Eileen is English but has lived in Majorca for 40 years, the shop doesn't look much but you should give her your business she is a lovely lady, she loves a chat as is very friendly she will make you a roll for your lunch any filling for 1.70 euro.More
Dave S, Dunstable, United Kingdom
Just returned from this hotel after 12 great days. This hotel was one of the best we have ever been to,it is spotlessly clean and the food was excellent and varied and the staff especially head waiter a gentle giant of a man so happy and welcoming and hard working to make sure every thing perfect. The rooms are big and spotless and the cleaner always cheerfull as were all the staff.The food in the snack bar at lunch times were good prices and beat outside cafes hands down in our opinion. The daytime entertainment was very good thanks to Chris and the lovely Natalie, they both work so hard and made our stay lots of fun.This was our forth visit to the Alicia and we will return again. Thank you to every one.More
marian43, Luton, United Kingdom
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
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