Hotel Picafort Park  

This grand hotel delivers a big pool and plenty of Thomson Gold entertainment – expect cabaret and comedy.

This place has a 6-acre garden filled with palms and umbrella pines, where you’ll find the huge pool. It’s hot on entertainment – there are gala dinners, cabaret shows and professional singers performing all week.

It’s less than 10 minutes’ walk to the winding sandy beach. Ca’n Picafort itself, meanwhile, is a 25-minute stroll along the prom.

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Classic holidays designed for adults, with great entertainment

  • High-calibre hotels
  • Geared towards adults
  • Classic entertainment
  • Home-from-home dining
  • Expert service

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Water, soft drinks, beer and house wine with lunch and dinner and soft drinks and local alcoholic drinks 11.00- 24.00. Afternoon tea 17.00 - 18.00.  Sandwiches and selected ice-cream 11.00 - 13.00 and 16.00- 18.00.

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Outdoor pool

The large pool has a bridge crossing to the pool bar.

Buffet restaurant

Offering a variety of Spanish, international and vegetarian dishes.


Decorated in a neutral tones with tiled floor and contemporary furnishings, the bar offers a range of alcoholic drinks including draught beers, soft drinks and juices.

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twin room with balcony

These stylish twin rooms come with twin beds. There's a satellite TV with limited channels, fridge or minibar, and balcony. The rooms are located in nine 3-storey blocks around the pool and gardens. These rooms include a foldaway bed.

suite with balcony

These stylish suites with balconies come with a lounge area with a satellite TV with limited channels, fridge or minibar, balcony, tea and coffee facilities, plus fruit, flowers and wine on arrival. These suites come with an extra bed.

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Amazing hotel

I've just returned from a fortnights holiday from the picafort park hotel . Well what a little gem of a place it was absolutey fantastic very clean excellent food perfect staff I feel like we were really spoiled on holiday the staff couldn't have been any better there was every type of food imaginable any one who says different is telling lies there is food for all types including diabetics and also glucose free desserts amazing if you want a good relaxing holiday in a great hotel with amazing food this place is for you the Thomson staff were fab they were there everyday and not for just a quick visit they spent hours there and were ready to assist you in anyway they were also very knowledgable about the whole island from where to visit to timetables of the bus or train we will certainly be returningMore

donnasmith280566, 186338

A good golden oldie

This hotel does what it says on the tin unless you are overly fussy and expecting the ritz for a package holiday price! Firstly I would like to say how clean the hotel is, communal space, toilets and off course the rooms the domestic staff work very hard. We had our beds made up every day and fresh towels we certainly couldn't complain but there are people who find fault in everything. We stayed in B Block which benefited from refurbished rooms and walk in showers. Not everyone was so lucky and think the hotel is working its way around doing up each block... As I said we cold not complain... Comfy beds and slept well, rooms were quiet and generally other guests were respectful. We were all inclusive which for a week was worth it, although I don't think we could have done two weeks from a food repetitive perspective. Breakfast was excellent with a special mention to Victoria who made the best omelettes this side of can Picafort! The choice was very good and always fresh. If the wanted to up their game, freshly squeezed juice would be nicer in the mornings. Lunch and dinner were always a good mix of choices with fish, chicken, lamb show casing the evening meals. We also eat out we 3 nights just to break it up and found the food good quality although service could be a hit or miss. If there was Spanish guest they tended to get their attention first in the local restaurants. Special mention to Lesley and Phile (I hope I've spelt it correctly) for their local knowledge and cheerful disposition. Lesley being Scottish with 40 years Spanish living behind her is a very good asset to the hotel and TUI holidays always willing to help the guests. The restaurant manger was first class always remembered us and was extremely smart in a suit in the evenings! I forget his name... Ok a few small niggles not everything the hotel can control but a couple of mentions: Safety deposit boxes are chargeable. Poor show considering most hotels around Europe have electronic coded boxes that means there is no charge. Sun beds well in typical British style unless your out by 7am you'll get last dibs! The food at the hotel pool is good although maybe a little repetitive and basic snacks. I think the pool bar could be open in the evening to give guests and alternative to the main bar and entertainment. The men need to wear long trousers in the evening for the restaurant again I can understand this if we were all over 55 but it's a bit outdated for summer sun and younger clients! Now the entertainment. Thomson gold use to be over 55 then it was rebranded to capture younger guests. But their evenings entertainment has not caught up with it. It does have a Buttlins element to it. It wasn't offensive but I could not handle 2 weeks of quizzes, bad singing and 60s/70s music! There could be more to entertain people at the pool especially for the younger clients. The was water volleyball which was fun but only for an hour each day. There was waterzumba and Lisa did her best to get as much people involved, she was a very nice lass. A mention to Luke who had a great voice but Thomson need to sort out the loud speaker as it was muffled. I could hear it sitting near it and I'm only in my 40s.. God help the guest who have hearing problems! The hotel defiantly needs music around the pool area it was very quiet at times! All inclusive - well there are still sum local charges for non local drinks and ices creams, crisps again just a niggle all inclusive should be all inclusive! It would have been nice to have a hairdresser on site has to again just personal preference. We even used the wellness room for a massage. We opted for the Aftersun treatment. Which was nice but the therapist needed that work on her customer service rapport, being a little curt for a relaxation therapy! Despite my niggles I would definitely return at the right time of year if the prices remain competitive! More

Louise W, 186487

Enjoyable Holiday

Had 2 great weeks at this hotel with a lot of positives and a few negatives. Negatives were rooms needed updating we were in f block with a suite nice size but needs a refurb .Also the cook doing the eggs at breakfast was very rude and unpleasant. Now the positives excellent animation team of Lisa and Luca {who was an excellent singer} they kept the place buzzing all day and into the evening. Food was varied and of a high quality restaurant was well organised and very pleasant . Pool area was superb and gardens could be used for sun bathing loads of beds never a problem getting them . Outside snack bar was a great alternative for lunch and the team there went out of their way to please .Loved the day time games and quizzes which we tried every day. Won a few so kept me going lol. Met a lot of lovely people from all over the UK and most of them played the last game of the day water volley ball which was really good fun and brought everybody together . Evening entertainment was bingo and a quiz followed by cabaret some good some not so good {give Luca a bigger spot} Lisa was a breath of fresh air and extremely funny we loved her .Outside the hotel was a short walk to the beach and an outdoor market every Friday which was huge . A little train stopped outside the hotel and took you right round the resort well worth the 4 euros ticket. We would definitely return to this hotel which was well run by an excellent Management team .More

Ray A, 190832

Amazing holiday

First time at the Picafort Park but will definitely not be our last. Everything about the hotel is great think it is the only hotel we have ever visited where we could not find a fault. The rooms, meals and staff are all first class and cannot do enough to make your holiday enjoyable.Being a Thomson Gold hotel the evening entertainment is great. Usually like to have a change but can't wait to go back again next year.More

John Y,

Not be coming back

My husband & I have just returned from a 2week holiday at this hotel & certainly will not be going back. On arrival we found a nice clean reception & hotel set in pleasant surroundings. Our room was ok although the bed was rock hard! We went down for a drink & were mortified the average age was 75!!!! We had never been on an adults only holiday before, but didn't expect this, we spoke to another couple who had spent a week there & said that they had been on many Gold holidays which were not like this one, it was so quiet they had found themselves whispering!! We changed for dinner my husband in a dress shirt with smart dress shorts only to be refused entry into the dining room, as gentlemen had to wear long trousers. After changing we were shown to our table & enjoyed our meals. ( The fact that not all females dressed smartly for dinner seemed somehow sexist). We hired a car & visited many beautiful places over five days.But beware if you ask for a picnic two sandwiches with sweaty processed meat & cheese,two apples & two bottles of water, totally disgusting & inedible, certainly not 4*.The rest of the holiday we went to local beaches. We did meet some like minded people in the evenings & overall enjoyed our holiday but sorry bingo every evening I don't think so. While the reception staff were friendly the bar staff were mostly miserable & less than chatty. We are a couple who have travelled a lot & stayed in many 4 & 5* hotels & I have never felt the need to leave a negative review.More

Yvonne C, 190728

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Hotel Picafort Park
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 1051 customer reviews
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