Hotel Bonsai  

This hotel keeps things cosy with a beach on standby and a bar that’s great for being sociable.

There’s a terrace for sunbathing and an indoor pool. On the food front, the buffet restaurant covers breakfast and dinner and the café takes care of snacks. The bar is a good place for getting to know other guests.

The hotel doesn’t have an outdoor pool – instead you’ve got the sea just across the road, with a sandy beach attached. A 20-minute walk along the promenade takes you to C’an Picafort’s shops, bars and restaurants.

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Based On 145 reviews

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  • 1Building
  • 3Floors
  • 23Rooms
  • 1Lift


The authentic holiday collection

  • Traditional and modern styles
  • Town and countryside settings
  • 20kg luggage allowance
  • Properties with character

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Indoor pool

The indoor pool comes with loungers to relax and unwind.

Buffet restaurant*

Breakfast and dinner are on offer at the buffet restaurant with a variety of hot and cold dishes to choose from.


The bar offers local beers and spirits.

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twin room

The twin rooms with their contemporary décor and complementary soft furnishings can sleep up to three. They come with two or three beds. Cots are available on request.

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Lovely, lovely hotel- just a few minor comments

My fried and I stayed at the Bonsai from June22nd-June26th 2015. Our room was spotless, quite modern decorated and with free air conditioning. The food was excellent. Every night there was a new menu with good, wholesome food; not your average standard budget holiday buffet. Food was prepared perfectly, I have no complaints at all about the standards. There was always a soup to start, lots of salad, a choice of 2 or 3 mains (pork chops or chicken for example) and then fruit, ice cream, fruit salad some sort of cake for desert. Drinks had to be paid for. Staff were very polite and helpful, especially the receptionists. Literally across the road from the beach. So: what took the final star off for me. The hotel is on the very very quiet edge of Ca'n Picafort, the centre with all the best shops, bars and night clubs are a good 20-30 minute walk away. This is nice in the day but a bit dark at night, even when we got there it was quite quiet. The transfer was very very long, about 1hr and 40mins which would be awful with small children; just something to bare in mind. Finally, this is by no means a bad point, however the general guests who stay at the hotel are most definitely in the older age bracket- this might put some younger people off. The hotel does not have an outdoor pool, although it has an indoor pool and a sun terrace. One more thing, the hotel is set on a main road and can be very loud at night, impeding quality of sleep. Overall, Ca'n Picafort is a nice resort with friendly people and good beaches. It is a bit quiet when not in peak season, however there is plenty to do. We did feel that this resort was not specifically catered towards British tourists which is not a major issue, but there was a larger language barrier than what might be expected. Thank you for a lovely stay!More

deanna a, Coventry, United Kingdom

Under rated

The moaners and 'gain sayers tend to want 5 star service on a 3 star budget. The food is simple but well prepared. No it is not Cordon Bleu but if that is what you want research the restaurants before you go. If you want to get fat, go on a cruise with all the other bullsh**ers and leave the basic but well run hotels for the rest of us. God's waiting room is another gripe. Well the clientele is of an older demographic but they are lovely people with more to tell us than the shallow gadflies that inhabit the five star soulless hotels that some call holiday resorts. I would rather go to the Bonsai than on any number of cruisesMore

John M, Hook, United Kingdom

Lovely hotel

I stayed here for 3 nights in May 2015. The hotel is in an excellent location and our room was very nice. Iron and hairdryer were provided on request and a fridge can be hired for around €3 a day. The food was very nice and different every day. A thoroughly enjoyable stay, thank you.More

RachelJayne35, York

Poor hotel.visit 4/10/14 to 11/10/14.

very poor choice of food,food for breakfast put out 1/2hour before diners for evening meal put out 1 hr before diners due.not covered & open to flies & other insects.2 of our party had D&V.The hotel is very dated,no hairdryer,no kettle with usual complimentry coffee.very noisy .under flightpath,junction of 4 main roads with buses,road train & delivery trucks. It seemed as though most of those using hotel were oaps on small budget & knew how to make 1 drink last all night.The only good thing was the Friday market in the road outside the hotel but they started setting up at 6am & very noisy.We definitely will never go to this hotel again nor will we book through Thomson,Found out we were paying £200 more than other guestsMore

BristolAlbertus, Bristol

small and friendly

hotel bonsai was fantastic place staff made you feel at home food very good lots to choose very quiet room very nice there is free Wi-Fi too was good to have that kept my family updated showing them were having fun lolMore


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Hotel Bonsai
Rated: 4.5 /5 based on 145 customer reviews
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