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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Gold

Classic holidays designed for adults, with great entertainment

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

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
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 children's pool at the shallow end and a bridge crossing to the pool bar.

Buffet restaurant

Offering a variety of Spanish, international and vegetarian dishes.

Bar

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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double room with shower

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.

double room with bath and shower

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.

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'Old Gold' but a good place nonetheless -

Returned from Picafort Park today and must say that from all the holidays that I've been on, this hotel was the most enjoyable. Initially I wasn't impressed as it's quite an old and tired hotel - colour schemes and furniture etc.. I was initially dreading this hotel based on first impressions but have to say that my opinion changed as the holiday progressed. The 'Entertainment team' - Georgie and Rob were very good and nice; I have to say thought, the guy called Cam, really did make the time enjoyable; such a nice guy; always so polite. A credit to Thomson's "Gold" service: I hope he goes far! Has such a good sense of humor too and rather quick witted. I read that someone gave him grief and was rude to him; I cannot honestly see why anyone could be, or would be rude to any of the staff, especially Cam... The food at the hotel is superb! I am a fussy eater and always get a little worried eating meat from abroad; first and foremost I am concerned with how the animals are treated and weather the hotel uses quality meat from well looked after animals; I hope that because the hotel was "Thomson Gold" that this was the case as I will be extremely disappointed. The food was (appeared to be and tasted) fresh and well I cooked. Joints of meat were cut in front of guest which was absolutely lovely to eat. One thing that I did note was on one occasion (and only once) that the chef at the raw meat grill went and cut the cooked beef that was being served after I had see him touching raw food; that did make me think.. Hmm, that's not good practice; however let that not detract on how tasty and nice the food was all the other time (maybe it was because stroppy guest; brits, were wanting to be served immediately, so he came from his station to serve them as the person there had gone back into the main kitchen maybe to top-up - who knows!! It was lovely to have shell-on king prawns.. The salmon was beautiful; cooked beautifully. they even had a Chinese inspired menu (along with other for those who may not like Chinese food).. What I'm trying to say is that the food was varied and tasty which for being AI was important. What I am incredibly annoyed with Thomson about is that they charged me over £230 to upgrade from half-board to All-inclusive, however when at the hotel, guests could upgrade for 18.90 euros per day, which is far less than what Thomson charged - that really did make me frustrated and made me think, are Thomson good value for money!? They have a band called Cryptic Blue who perform and they were okay; liked it when the guy Tom played the piano, as listening to him singing and playing the piano was very relaxing; they said they were going to be getting married and on stage I could well believe it; she would say something and then Tom would say something different, and they would have like a little light-hearted argument, which at times felt a bit flat when they were trying to make a joke etc.. Some of the other acts they had were good; I particularly liked a guy called George Pena who I thought really was good; has an absolutely amazing voice; how that guy isn't a global star is beyond me.. He really is extraordinary (I assume that I wasn't listening to a recording) as what I heard was truly amazing... The grounds of the hotel were good; plenty of sunbeds available although guests did go out early in the morning (one morning I went out at 7am to see and most people had put their towels out), even though the hotel is clear that would be removed if put before 8am, however they wasn't.. A barman called Aaron was a nice guy; when you asked him for a drink with a small amount of vodka he did it, not like some other guy who continued to add half a glass of vodka which made it not drinkable!! One this that really did annoy me was that all cocktails (except 1 which was always disgusting) were no included with the AI; there was an additional fee.. That made me think hang on, I've paid best part of £900 for his week to then have to be expected to pay more for cocktails.. The rooms: They were okay I suppose; the paint in the bath (A202) was feeling when has rough bits which make it uncomfortable when trying to have a bath. The shower was really nice actually; nice and strong and has a good supply of hot/warm water. The bed that I had was extremely uncomfortable; it seemed to dip in the middle etc which woke me up during the night, and when I was up, I had an incredible back-ache; most unpleasant. The mattress felt like it was a sponge one, which I would say was 'firm'. The A/C was welcomed as the temperature got rather hot. The A/C was rather effective too.. The hotel has advertised as having WiFi - well it's rubbish! - complete waste of time; not working having!! I was so disappointed with it; I do appreciate many people connecting to it will make it slow but seriously, even early AM when I imagine not a lot of people would be on, it was still incredibly slow! The beach is not close by; the sea is, but the nearest beach is a trek away.. You can go to look at the sea but there's no sand there; maybe the sand has been taken by the sea. As you face the sea, the nearest beach is right... Although, left there is a beach which is nice.. Excursions - Don't do them through Thomson - Rip off!! For a tip to Inca Market, they wanted 30+ euros per person, however, you can get a local bus for 6.90 return!! The pool was rather pleasant too - just to add! was nice and refreshing after the heat!! The Thomson reps were nice when I met them for the leaving meeting - didn't really need them to be honest.!!More

MDF0207, London, United Kingdom

Thomson Picafort Park

After staying at the hotel last year my husband and I decided to return. On arrival we were given a room in D Block lower ground with a bathroom and large patio this block has not yet been updated as Bock B with sea view. The blocks are only 3 high ans does look out onto a road which can be a little noisy (coaches cars), but saying that the top level does give you a great look over looking the Med sea. The hotel is very clean and all the staff work very hard and the hotel luggage porter takes your cases to your room. There 1 pool which is sectioned into shallow , medium and deep which you can enjoy daily exercise at 11oclock the complex is surrounded by trees and grassed areas for sunbathing, there are lots of sun beds which you can move to your chosen location of sunbathing. As I said the blocks are built of 3 levels so if you have mobility problems then the top level may be a problem as there is no lift. Food in the restaurant is good and plenty and staff very friendly Entertainment is a singing duo and the main acts come on at 9.30, there is bingo played as well every evening. This is a adult only complex and the majority are in the 50 age group saying that our 2nd week we noticed younger people (with parents and couples ). One thing I must say is that there is a dress code but I did notice that some of the younger guests did seem to turn up in shorts which I don't really think is a suitable dress code. Over all if you are looking for a peaceful quiet holiday then Picafort could be what you are looking forMore

Ch41rissy01, Kent, United Kingdom

relaxed time in can picafort!!

hotel is a good walk from town centre,although there are a few bars and shops in son baulo area.rooms were clean and well maintained and shower was excellent although floor can sometimes get wet because of the style.restaurant was typical buffet style like most hotels but had a good choice.only fault was a bottle of water at dinner cost 1.90 which think is a bit steep.pool was excellent with plenty of loungers about,would take good trainers as you need to be fast to get one!!!! entertainment was on most nights and staff were very helpful,the entertainment team worked their socks off to keep people occupied so kudos to them.all in all a nice relaxing holiday,but would advise this is not a place for young holiday makers....More

rikki f, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Wonderful relaxing holiday

This is our 3rd visit to this wonderful Thomson Gold Hotel,does that mean we are said "repeat Clientele" well we are pleased to be in that group..yes we emailed Lesley to ask"if possible" we could have a certain room that we like,knowing there was no guarantee,it wasn't possible,but we were given one that we liked even better.Cam,Georgie and Rob,done their absolute best,imagine if they were your family wouldn't you be proud of how they were coping,(we all have to start somewhere in any job)especially coping with childish holiday makers that spoke to Cam disgustingly,returning 16 years does not give anyone the right,all because he didn't want to play water polo he wanted volley ball...!!which was what the reps have on their agenda ,but my word what professionalism from this young man,he dealt with the insults like a grown up not a very rude man.These people should be barred from returning to Thomson Gold hotels in the future.But on a better note,the staff in every area are hard working friendly and helpful.The bar staff,all have a twinkle in their eyes and are not being grumpy especially the very funny Benito,he was great entertainment.The singing Duo Cryptic Blue are very good and much better than last years duo,one suggestion that a screen is put up outside so that people that choose to sit outside in the evening can also see the shows etc.The food is still of a very good standard and always something to try. The pool area is outstanding so many sun beds and parasols. I was unfortunate to be taken ill 2 days before our departure date,Jonny was a great help to my husband,nothing to much trouble,even sorting out for us to fly home the next day,which fortunately we didn't need in the end.So that is why we give the Picafort Park 5 stars ***** More

17meeee, Halesworth, United Kingdom

Great hotel friendly staff.

This hotel is a Thomson gold & it is one of the best if not the best of Thomson gold's, the rooms are in blocks around a large area of lawns shady trees & a fab pool.The staff are friendly & can't do enough for the guests, I had a health scare on my last day & hade to go to hospital Leslie the reception manager was a wonderful help for my wife & I the hotel manager Jose Maria is very thoughtful & kind man he couldn't do enough for us.If you are thinking of going to this hotel then my wife & i would definatly recommend it.More

ronbyford319, Westcliff-on-Sea, United Kingdom

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