This hotel is close to the beach, and it comes with a lounge bar that hosts comedians, live singers and tribute acts.
It’s a minute’s walk to the sandy cove at Cal d’es Pou and Cala Egos, a little place dotted with shops and restaurants. And there’s a marina complete with cafés and bars just 5 minutes’ walk away.
Dining is covered by two restaurants – one here, one at the hotel-owned sports complex over the road. There’s also a lounge bar which fills up each night for live shows. You get a choice of two pools, too.
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Classic holidays designed for adults, with great entertainment
- Geared towards adults
- Classic entertainment
- Home-from-home dining
- Expert service
- High-calibre hotels
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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This large freshwater pool with sunbeds and parasols laced around its edge makes an ideal place to relax and take a dip.
For breakfast and dinner, with a choice of Spanish, international and vegetarian menus head to the buffet restaurant.
The pool bar comes with indoor and outdoor seating and plenty of shaded areas. You'll find a variety of drinks on offer.
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These light and airy double rooms sleep two. They come with an unstocked minibar.
superior double room
These light and airy superior double rooms can sleep up to three. They come with a double and a fold-up bed, bathrobes, slippers, fruit and wine on arrival, reclining chairs on the balcony and a pool or sea view, plus an unstocked minibar.
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Ok, description needs making clearer.
We arrived and all was great, nice room and staff are great. Breakfast is good. Naturally though, in 35 degree heat, I didn't pack trousers. That meant we couldn't use the half board we had paid a lot for, for dinner, as they don't allow anything other than smart trousers EVEN THOUGH the food is a self service buffet!! This we found out, is due to the guests (or residents) as it's more like an oap home. The staff told me they don't mind, but one guy walked in wearing shorts and 3 people complained within 5 minutes. They were asked to come back tomorrow with trousers on. We even asked if they could let us in for one night, as thunderstorms were forecast and we were told to go into town to buy trousers. We told them men's trousers weren't sold around here and we were told to go further to get some! LOL! What a joke. I've been all over the world, and never come across this kind of thing. We spent Â£40+ a night on food, which we shouldn't have needed to. None of this was made clear in the description when we booked. Thomson should change their advert, to make this clear, especially in the case that any younger people (probably below 40) decide to go. Overall, we were highly disappointed at the lack of information we were given about the hotel on booking, as it has cost an awful amount of money. However, the area and the weather was beautiful and we haven't let this ruin our holiday. I'm not one for moaning, but this really is a silly rule, which in this day and age, is ridiculous. More
Just back from a week at the rocamarina (24th july) been several years since our last visit so we were not sure about what to expect. as it turned out it was even better than before. food excellent with a great choice at breakfast and evening meal. restaurant was run smoothly by juan.selected fish and meat dishes cooked to your liking. evening entertainment a mixture of thomson team and guest acts, including a fab tribute the temptations.do not think this is only for the old and infirm, guests were from about 18 years upwards.hotel immaculate cleaning staff take a bow, in fact all the staff were extremely courteous and hard working.we heard some complaints but in truth they were minor in the extreme..... not the room asked for (sorted out no prob) noise from hotel opposite ??????.All in all a marvellous week.thank you everyone see ^you next year.More
A WONDERFUL HOTEL WITH WONDERFUL STAFF
The hotel scores a full 10 out of 10. Forget the glitzy flashy establishments and go to the Hotel Rocamarina. It's excellent in everything, it's spotlessly clean, the staff are remarkably friendly and highly efficient, the food is perfect and the rooms are great. I would recommend one of the deluxe rooms. For a very reasonable additional cost you get extra comfort, tea & coffee and you can sit and watch the evening shows from the comfort of your own balcony. The entertainment is very professional and highly entertaining !!!! Finally, nothing is too much trouble for Jill or her family who do their utmost to make you welcome.More
Roger B, Southampton, United Kingdom
Just Gets Better.!!!
just returned from 5th visit to this hotel. It just gets Better.!!. a BIG round of applause for Juan, and his staff and the very hard working bar staff. looking forward to going again next year....If you haven't been. Your missing out on a little Gem.!!More
pongos101, kent england
Lovely Hotel, but far to noisy...
After a stressfull few months, we wanted 7days chill out, so booked and paid extra for a superior sea-view room in this adult only Thomson Gold hotel, thinking we would get just that... Would love to give this hotel 5 stars, but find it difficult to do so - On first impressions it seemed as though it was perfect: Efficient check-in, absolutely spotless throughout, wonderful air con, tastefully decorated comfortable lounge, bar and reading room. nice pool, plenty of sunloungers and we could always get one whatever time we went to find one. Helpfull friendly staff. Lovely room with very efficient air con and lovely large bathroom. Kettle with coffee, tea and milk, (No water apart from the first day however). Lovely balcony with reclining chairs and table...however as you will see from our photo from our balcony the sea-view was barely visible through trees. To top that we looked out onto a decking area full of sunbathers and to the right the pool and stage. The food was delicious and definitely one of the best things about this hotel. It really was superb. We like to eat al-fresco and chose the 8pm slot, The stage was right next to the outside dining area and the resident duo who were extremely loud started while we were still eating our dinner. Whilst some background music would have been lovely we found it very intrusive and were not able to have a conversation over dinner. External entertainers took over around 10 - 11pm which most nights was good, Many people retired after that but then the resident duo turned up the volume and sang until 12am. After that you would hear people talking and laughing befoire going up to bed which meant that most nights we didn't get any quiet until 12.30am. When I mentioned our problem with the noisy room to the Thomson Rep, she just shrugged and said well all superior rooms are at the front of the hotel. We then asked if the music could be turned down a bit from 11pm-12am and said that it was not loud! She should have been in our room at night! Likewise the reception who said that we could possibly be moved later on in the week to a standard room but not untill around Thursday - we were staying Sat - Sat, so didn't bother. The pool was lovely and warm and much needed as the weather was very hot. The gardens again were lovely with plenty of sunloungers, but the hotel across the road had an extremely loud animation team who were on the microphone all day (apart from lunch time) which meant that we couldn't concentrate on reading a book or having a sunbathing nap! The noise ruined what would have been a lovely holiday for us and we came back more tired than when we arrived! As I said this is a lovely hotel and if you are NOT looking for quiet R & R then you may love it, some did and return each year. but it's not for us. And don't book a superior room it is not worth the money, they should charge less for them not more!More
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