Top marks have to go to the spa and wellness centre. With its earthy mosaic tiles and graceful Roman statuettes, it’s something of a pampering palace. Cue tingling essential oil showers, Turkish baths and an ice cave. For more by way of luxury, there’s an indoor pool, too, complete with skylights and half-submerged loungers. In fact, everywhere you go here there’s a real emphasis on relaxation. Step outside and you’re greeted by a lagoon pool where you can swim around palm-planted islands and ornamental waterfalls. Having said that, it's not all just for adults - the hotel has a cute Splash Park for the young ones. Inside, meanwhile, the hotel is bright and fresh and uses pale-wood furnishings to good effect. The simple bedrooms, dressed in simple tones of magnolia and russed shades, feature all the usual in-room extras such as satellite TVs, air-conditioning and good-sized balconies. On the food front, the buffet restaurant serves up a huge selection of dishes at every meal, including a healthy option menu. There’s also a rooftop bar where you can gaze out over Ca’n Picafort’s pan-tiled houses to the mountains and sea beyond. Talking of the Med, it’s more or less on your doorstep. The sandy beach is just across a main road. The same pretty much goes for C’an Picafort itself. The hotel’s central position means you’re only 200 metres or so from its shops, bars and restaurants, so you can walk into town as and when.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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2 outdoor pools
Lagoon style pool with whirlpool baths and waterfalls, surrounded by palm trees and sunbeds with parasols. Complimentary towels available from the spa.
A mini splash park full of colourful slides for the children, including a shark, a tropical fish and a climbing frame. Pool towels can be borrowed from the spa.
Offering a wide range of international cuisine for breakfast and dinner with show cooking. Spanish and Mallorcan dishes take centre stage twice a week, so you get plenty of opportunity to try out the local dishes.
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If need be we could have spent are 7days in the hotel it was that good,lovely gardens,great entertainment good fun with the entertainment staff they worked so hard. Our room overlooked the pool with a good size belcony . I leave the best till last and that is the food it could not be faulted in any way you name it and it was there.More
Nice hotel good location
The hotel Gran Vista is a lovely hotel , the location to the beach and local restaurants is ideal. The staff were very friendly and attentive. We stayed when the hotel was just finishing its holiday season, it was very noticeable. The food was well presented and had quite a variety on offer, I struggle with the hygiene and contamination of food due to customers mishandling the food or utensils and some staff serving themselves to food behind the counter, "abuse of basic hygiene regulations" , the foodhall was unsupervised. I ate only Cheese and biscuits " until I notice the way it was being mishandled " My wife along with other quests as advised by the (Thomson Rep) had food poising , I can't say for definite that it was the hotel and would be unfair to put the blame onto the hotel , but the food hygiene standards left a lot to be desired . We stayed in room 323 just above the bar ...you should avoid this side of the hotel if you want to get a sleep. The air conditioning in the room was feeble , I complained, the engineer arrived and told me it was because the sun was shining that the "air conditioning felt hot " perhaps it was because the hotel had switched off the air conditioning because it was coming to the end of the season !! I would reconsider going on holiday the last week of the season in Majorca ... the last few days was a struggle to find a place to have a drink and something to eat , although we did find premises still open.More
Good out of season break
Had relaxing 10 day break at this hotel in late October. We had exceptionally warm weather for this time of year which helped. Hotel is situated a few minutes’ walk from the main strip. Rooms and balcony a little on the small size but well maintained. The hotel, pools and grounds were spotlessly clean throughout. Staff were extremely pleasant. There was a good selection of food available at mealtimes but I would imagine it would be a bit of a scramble to get seats in high season. Disappointed that you had to pay for water at dinner. No problem in getting sun beds and you can take them anywhere around the pools or in the lawned areas. Wi fi in room expensive but you can get free access in the pool bar. Nice spa and gym facilities included. All in all a good hotel to which we would return again out of main season.More
Nice Hotel Wifi could be better
We stayed at this hotel from the 14th to the 21st October in an apartment on the 5th Floor or the main hotel. The rooms are very clean, with a maid service every day, but the rooms are a bit tired and in need of some refurbishment. We had a leak when we were there from the air conditioning unit, which flooded the little hallway. We brought it the attention of the hotel and they had someone there within half an hour. The gardens are lovely and food is good. There were three problems we found with the hotel. The first one being the Wifi. It is free if you sit in the Bistro, but if you want it anywhere else you have to pay for it 15 Euro's for the week, which isn't a fortune, but in today's age, should be free as in other hotels and the paid for version is very very slow and sometimes non existent. The second is the Spa. Watch out if you go after 3.30pm in the afternoon, as this is when the Germans go and they strip off! Which isn't very nice and I think should not be allowed. The only other thing is very minor, but the sunbeds, of which there are loads, are stacked every night around the edge of the pools, so that walking past the next day is very dangerous, and you could end up in the pool. I also think they should be stacked away from the pool so that you can actually see people in the pool during the day. It is not very nice having a wall of chairs as a view, you should be able to see the lovely pool. Other than those minor points we had a lovely holiday and enjoyed the hotel.More
Pancake1970, London, United Kingdom
Great Family Holiday
Great hotel, great staff, great food & a great spa. Could not fault this hotel. Hotel is tucked away in a quiet area but close enough to local shops & beach. The beach is nice and sandy just perfect & the evening entertainment was brill :)More
ktgrant22, Salisbury, United Kingdom
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