This place has it all, from a splash park to a scuba diving school – not to mention five pools and as many restaurants.
Palms, pine trees and lawns surround this hotel, giving it an away-from-it-all feel. That said, you’re right next to Cala Mandia’s white-sand beach, and just a 5-minute drive from Porto Cristo.
There’s a choice of five pools, including one that’s adults only. There’s also a splash park, complete with a giant pirate ship. And for meals, there are five restaurants, including a Fifties-style diner.
Full Board buffet meals. Late Continental breakfast 10.30-11.30.
Selected local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.30-24.00. Coffee and tea 13.30-18.00. Beer, wine, mineral water and soft drinks with lunch and dinner.
Snacks and ice-cream 10.30-18.00. Pastries 13.30-18.00 and cakes 15.00-17.00.
These adult's area suites can be found in the main building. Sleeping up to 3 people there's a twin bedroom and an extra bed in the lounge. You'll also find air-conditioning and Wi-Fi has been provided so you can keep cool and stay connected. There's a lounge and a separate bathroom - plus you'll have space you can use outside as there's a balcony too.
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A great holiday so lets start with the positives; We were all inclusive and the food was excellent, plentiful and loads of choice, quite literally anyone would find something they liked at all meal times. Service was good all round from reception, restaurant and bar staff. Accommodation in block D was spacious and clean
Negatives; If you are located in block D, be aware it's very noisy and facilities are limited. The road between the main complex and our accommodation was very busy at all times so traffic noise in the room was fairly constant. Furniture in keeping with 2* self catering apartment, not 4* as advertised but we booked via booking.com, it was cheap and you get what you pay for.
Please be aware that in peak season block D guests cannot use main complex facilities, so check before you book, so there's no nasty upsetting surprises. We arrived the day these restrictions were lifted so it didn't affect us but other late bookers from a few days before us were treated quite badly & were embarrassed when they were removed from the adult only area & were told to only use block D facilities
All inc Majorca
Great place all inclusive went with the grandkids. Unfortunately the weather let us down was cold and cloudy even rained a few times which kept the kids out of the pools but when sun came out great for the kids. Grub was excellent changed themes each night. Adults only section seemed under used as mainly families when we were there. Recommended for those with kids to entertain.More
Had a lovely time at this hotel, the staff were lovely and the rooms where very nice. A good choice of food and the drinks were fab !! I wouldn't go again only because we are a couple and the hotel is really for families, this wasn't a problem for us but would like to try different places. Juan Carlos on the Adults only bar made our holiday very special, a very clever man and knows his music !! :-) We keep in touch with him on FBMore
Annette G, 187053
Excellent hotel in quiet town.
Great staff and animation team, nice clean rooms. Multiple locations to eat with nice varied buffets.
Great pools and facilities to keep you entertained.
The tapas meals you had to book was a bit average but the grill restaurant was great. More
Great family holiday - kids club security an issue
First off I was very impressed with the facilities, the splash park blew my kids away, food was impressive vs my expectations and the rooms were as advertised. All in all great if entertaining under fives! I knew my kids would never overly use the kids club but a couple of sessions caught my 5 year old sons attention. So we remained at the paddling pool right outside in case he changed his mind. During which we witness a child make a run for the gate, and as a previous parent had not secured it, he got out .... Staff were hot on his heels, crisis averted. The problem is the gate has a high dead bolt and at change over times PARENTS do not lock it as they enter and leave. After a pizza party session that occurred at dinner time ( so we weren't at the pool during it) we had a terrifying 10 mins while trying to collect our son as he had escaped the gate trying to get back to our room for the loo. Staff were as panicked as us and echoed our concerns with the gate. Our room was only a stones throw from the club and he was found (felt like forever) but was retrospectively 10 mins. I have contacted the hotel about it, not seeking anything but addressing that gate, they have assured me they will review it and have taken my experience seriously (not completely convinced anything will change, hence writing this). Someone needs to man the gate or it needs to automatically lock when closed. I would be very interested to hear if this has changed by anyone visiting this hotel this coming summer. However I for one will never be leaving my kids at a club without sticking around in the background after that. Should you not be planning to use the kids club, this would be an excellent family resort. (also worth noting I have left writing this review until 6 months after our visit to calm down a bit)More