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. This hotel is part of the Simply Travel collection until April 2017. It will then join our Small & Friendly range – home to holidays with an authentic and intimate feel.

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Based On 172 reviews

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

Small & Friendly

Holidays with an authentic feel

  • Traditional properties
  • Often family-run
  • Great settings, usually by the sea
  • Everything from 2T to 4T

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
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 with balcony

Simple styling and calm colours are the essence of this twin room. There's lots of natural light in the room provided by the doors out to your balcony. Inside you can keep your room cool with air-conditioning and you'll also find there's satellite TV and you can request a fridge* in resort.

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Relaxing Holiday

We have just returned from 2 weeks at this Hotel, The staff were friendly and helpful, nothing was too much trouble .Even though its a small hotel there was plenty of food to choose from and nicely cooked. The bedrooms are basic but very clean, hair dryers are supplied. Safety boxs and fridges are extra. Every where is spotless. Just across the road there is a small suoermarket with a cash machine, also a bar called the Crazy Horse well used by the English, we didnt use it as we are not drinkers,this bar also serves food and was busy all the time with evening entertainment. So if you get a front of hotel room, the noise from the Crazy Horse may disturb you in the evening, but stopped well before midnight.. 207,208,209 are top floor at the front of hotel with a small sea viewMore

nanaweed, 315962

Lovely little Hotel

I have been passed this hotel on many occasions and have never been inside which is a shame as this hotel turned out rather good.The rooms were cleaned every day and towels changed regularily. The only downside was the food was a little bit ordinary but Ok(for a change plenty of cheap restaurants nearby ). The real plus was the staff,Alison and Franscesca on reception(sorry I forgot Peter) who are tremendous and very helpful. The other plus point is the bar which is really good value and well looked after by Santi,Argust,Nadal and Elena. I was on my own and this hotel is ideal for single travelers as you will soon find someone to talk to either in the bar or the restaurant. In summary an excellent value hotel ideal for solo travelers and older people. Thanks for the stay seen you in Sept.More

rodhat, 186305

Never again

I have no complaints about the hotel itself and the staff are all lovely and helpful. However I was allocated a room at the back of the hotel and the noise from the hotel opposite was absolutely unbearable. Even with the balcony doors closed I was unable to make a phone call or hear the television. There was a lot of loud music banging and shouting and it totally ruined my holiday . It is such a shame because the hotel itself is very nice. I've got hardly any sleep all the time I was here and I would never ever return to this hotel. A dreadful experienceMore


Like a bonsai...small and beautiful!

A little gem amongst giants, this hotel is small and cosy with a friendly atmosphere. We have just returned from a week there...would have loved two!! We were given Room 213 which has its own sitting room and though the local bus stop is outside the window we didn't really find that a problem. This is a "no frills' hotel but uniquely had a small indoor swimming pool which we used but we never saw anyone else there. The food is wholesome..again don't expect a big choice. We stayed half board..lovely fried eggs at breakfast and dinner had a reasonable selection.The whole place was spotlessly clean and the staff were friendly and helpful.The location is good for taking the local bus to other parts of the island.More



Lovely small, clean hotel in a central location.The staff were really friendly and helpful.Our room and the hotel itself were spotlessly clean.We thoroughly enjoyed the food, which was plentiful and varied. Arrived at the hotel around midnight and we were given some cold food and hot drinks that were very welcome. A really nice touch. Loved the fact that there was a bus stop just across the road so was able to go to other resorts easily.Visited Alcudia old and new towns and Puerto Pollensa. Found a beautiful lake in Alcudia but unable to do the walk I wanted as on that day it rained. Could have also gone to Palma on the bus but not enough time. Hotel Bonsai just across the road from the beach. Enjoyed the walk to the main town via this route.Took about half an hour but can also get the tourist train there or the bus. The tourist train stop is across the road from the hotel.There is also a taxi rank. Hotel room large and clean. We hired a fridge and a safe, which added about 40 euros to the cost of the holiday. The kettle was free.Would be nice if safe and fridge included in the price but price of holiday so reasonable didn't begrudge the extra amount payable at the hotel.It would just be a nice touch. For anyone that is interested ,there is a Catholic church about 15 minutes walk away. There are a few small supermarkets within the vicinity. There is also a bar attached to the hotel that serves food. There are quite a few other eateries and a few shops. Majorca itself is beautiful but doesn't seem to be geared up to catering for the disabled traveller. We could find no dropped kerbs and the buses, although bearing the 'disabled' symbol, do not appear to have ramps for wheelchair users, which prevented my sister from travelling around as much as I did.I spoke to an English driver whilst waiting for a bus in Alcudia who told me there are ramps, but when we had visited Majorca before(Cala D'or), no driver ever offered to put a ramp down for my sister so she had to struggle to get up the steps. We booked the holiday through Thomsons but there was no rep at the hotel and none on the coach when we arrived or left. The buses they used did not have ramps and we had other issues with them about 'disabled assistance' which I have contacted them about. This has no reflection on the hotel but just thought I'd mention as this info may be useful to a disabled traveller thinking of taking a holiday in Majorca and/or with Thomsons. To sum up;- A really pleasant, small ,clean hotel in a great location at a reasonable price that I would visit again.More


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