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.
Book Half Board before 31st October 2015, and arrive between the 1st October 2015 and 31st October 2015 to get a free upgrade to All Inclusive.
Food & Drink
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.
These stylish double rooms sleep up to three. They come twin beds and a fold-up bed. There's a satellite TV with limited channels, fridge or minibar and balcony. The rooms are located on the top floor.
These stylish double rooms sleep up to three. They come twin beds and a fold-up bed and air-conditioning. There's a satellite TV with limited channels, fridge or minibar and balcony. The rooms are located on the top floor.
Restaurant great especially the BBQ night on Thursday I would rate this hotel 3 star but rooms a 2 star we made our own beds twice and one day the room was not done at all and when we were packing to come home looked under the beds to make sure nothing was left and there was a thick layer of dust that must have been there ages. The rooms definitely need updating. The bathroom was a bit grubby. This didn't spoil our stay though.Staff excellent and really peaceful location.More
Wendy L, Southampton, United Kingdom
First. and laast
Room was very clean and a good size. Staff very friendly and helpful. A very good choice of food at all meal times including the food at the pool bar. At the pool everyone had a sun bed pool area very clean. Only fault daytime entertainment childish activities I.e fan making and bag painting, the evening entertainment was poor,disco which should of started after main entertainment music was turned down if sitting outside you would"t of know a disco was going on. When talking to the entertainment person informed us ,it was the hotels rules nothing to do with thomsonMore
Terry P, Ashford, United Kingdom
Dreadful and wonderful in equal measures....
Transfer takes nearly two hours as one of the last hotels to be dropped off. Hotel is in a quiet residential area quite a long walk from the main centre but a short walk to the promenade. Once checked in your bags are taken to your room. Rooms are dated, very dated although they are clean. Maid service is great, the rooms are cleaned and fresh towels daily. Pool is a great size but the lounger brigade are out early reserving their spots even though there are always free loungers all day. They were even putting their towels out in the rain - that's dedication. Food was spot on. Good choice in the restaurant, BBQ and Chinese evenings were great. Cant believe people have issues with the food! Staff in the restaurant were very friendly and worked hard too. Overall couldn't fault them. The snacks in the pool bar was limited as only toasties and chips were included in IA.
Range of people there was mixed but it does cater for the much older clientele. Hence having to sit though bingo EVERY night. I'm sure this place would be better described as a Saga Holiday.
Day time entertainment was a bit holiday-campish - loud speaker was very loud but have to say Cam and Georgie worked non stop every day and evening; they were brilliant!! Evening entertainment ranged from excellent (comedian, USA vs UK and The Sundais, Queen tribute) to utter tripe (production team were absolutely dreadful). Cryptic Blue were great - on occasions better than the main show but they had a limited repertoire so in week two you hear the same songs again! The hotel does need to move the smokers further away from the bar - the smoke wafts in and you have to pass through a smog when you leave. IA drinks were fine - no need to pay to upgrade to international brands.
Three out of the four Thompson reps are probably the worst there are (Chloe, Jonny, James). Useless doesn't begin to sum them up. However, the local expert was great, she was helpful and had lots of interesting tips and took a group of us out one Thursday morning on a mini tour (cant remember her name).
Would we go back? Probably not, there are far nicer and better value for money places out there. We did expect more from Thomson Gold but at the same time we enjoyed it and had a nice holiday.More
simon11101, Ironbridge, UK
What a Shame
Ok besides the negativity that may come out of this its actually not horrendous. This is also our second visit here and our last
The staff are very friendly and will do what they can for you though,yes the head bar man is not a cheery chap. Think though whistling and shouting oiy to the staff is a bit disrespectfull . thomson gold team are not very good at interaction and we did find their presence was only made during activities and they were not like the reps we have had in gold hotels before.
Our big let down. ..besides the 4 days of rain. .... was a large group from what we assume went together as a group. ..They were in our room block and besides blocking our room entrance and fire exit with parasols and inflatable items all ment as a childish prank on their friends...this family were rude towards the entertainment every night ..swore frequently. ..One particular male was very obnoxious and loud every night spoiling the evening for many guest. ..and sadly the hotel seemed to allow this.if you don't like the entertainment please don't spoil it for those who enjoyed it. The new all inclusive package does seem to have invited a bad selection of guests which is a shame.
There is a big range of age groups and many of the younger ones behaved more maturely than the older ones.
The pool area is big and yes if you want a bed right next to the pool it's a very early start.
The food is fabulous and I really do find it bewildering that others have complained. There was something for everyone. If I could have I would have sat and eaten a bit of everything but that would have been greedy.....wouldn't it ð
There is food available at the poolside bar and yes if your all inclusive it is only a selection of toastie and chips but if you pop on a t shirt or men pop on your shorts you can go to the dinner hall for more fab food you would not be disappointed with.
The staff and manager work so hard to help and clean up after guest a bit of respect and a thank you is the very least they deserve.
The rooms are dated and after...and I say this loosely. ...They were cleaned ....they did smell odd. It took 4 days for our bathroom to have splashes of shaving foam washed off the mirror and wall and a dirty glass was left for the whole duration of the stay. The room was never swept or hoovered in 10 days .
We loved this hotel the first time we came and I wish we had left it there with the good memories but we came back and our view has been changed. We met people who we knew last time and this was lovely and we met and chatted to many nice guests.....but the roudy family really spoilt our evening's.
If you get this holiday as a bargin price you will have a lovely time but we felt over charged. .....sorry picafort park More
Not 4 star!
We have just returned from adult only hotel which was a huge let down, the food was just OK but the rooms are dreadful, it was like going back to the 80's. Our room got no sun all day and smelt very foisty and beds were damp off the air conditioning unit. The bar staff are extremely rude and so it the head receptionist. There are a lot of retired pensioners at this hotel who return each year, so if you are looking for some fun and a vibrant hotel then this is not for you.. I can not believe this has a gold 4 * award.More