Designed for 3 to 11-year-olds, our Kids’ Clubs by Family Life offer daytime activities, five times a week. To ensure all activities suit your little and not-so-little ones, we’ve split the Clubs into age groups and tailored the activities for each. Just like in our Family Life resorts, there’s Bamse Club for 3 to 5-year-olds and @611 Club for 6 to 11-year olds, so you and your kids get a taste of the full experience. For your peace of mind, all of our Kids’ Club team are trained to UK standards by TUI, and have undergone relevant checks.
These apartments are simply designed with a fresh décor. You’ll find a twin bedroom and 2 additional sofa beds in the lounge. There’s also a fully equipped kitchenette, balcony and lounge. You’ll have a satellite TV and air-conditioning from May to October.
These light and airy studio rooms feature twin beds, 1 child bed and 1 sofa bed in the lounge area. There’s a balcony which gives you that extra bit of space outside. Plus you’ll have a fully equipped kitchenette and satellite TV.
Great hotel for the family , clean rooms great entertainment - usual sunbed issues around kids pools but thats happens everywhere with the brits ....... the location is perfect 5 mins stroll to the beach and square - food is god but so many options on your doorstep it would be a crime not to go out and explore pollensa is a magical place More
Good hotel with fantastic swimming pools
Fantastic hotel with friendly staff. Just a few little complaints. Big, Huge, Beautiful indoor and outdoor swimming pools but the crab slides for kids are absolutely rubbish, they are like sandpaper it patches especially the left one and middle one. My husband ripped his swimming trunks in the middle of our holiday and my daughter damaged her wetsuit. My bum were sore the next 3 days, I only had one go from all 3 slides. So the hotel should really do something with it, it is actually very dangerous for little ones and It was disappointing. Another things to complain about was - no information about activities for adults, the animation team are doing something every day but you have to be at the exact time to wait near the swimming pool to be asked to join. Reception couldn't help. And no signs near food, I loved all food and sometimes I wanted to know what I enjoyed to search recipes in internet. Would go again (if crab slides are fixed:))).More
Valentina M, 668054
Our first all inclusive holiday
As the title says, we decided on all inclusive at Playa Mar and we weren't disappointed. Having nothing with which to compare our experience we didn't know what to expect. Enough said that we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. From the friendly welcome to the lovely food, from the clean apartment to the friendly staff in both restaurant and bar area we couldn't find any fault. Yes the apartment wasn't luxurious but had everything we needed. Perhaps a little refurb wouldn't come amiss and our aircon seemed to decide for itself, but we didn't spend the holiday in the apartment. The pool area was clean - our grandchildren enjoyed the water and slides and the ice creams on offer. The restaurant was great, marvelous staff and a wonderful selection of food, often themed. We didn't eat the same meal twice. The bar staff were pleasant and could guess our selection before we ordered! The entertainment was a bit hit and miss but the Animation team can't be praised enough. One downside, some of the adult entertainment was abandoned due to lack of enthusiasm by the other guests who insisted on watching football. This annoyed us; why should a certain group dictate for the rest of us? All apartments had their own tvs so why these guests couldn't watch there?
Overall a good holiday. Sunny and not too hot. Lovely walk into the town with stunning views. A trip to Pollensa market is a must.
First time in Mallorca too. Will return to this area.
Stuart Hall cycling
The Stuart Hall trainng camp will be different for everyone, what they offer is a flexible ride days of mixed ability. What we got was Stuart riding as the lead cyclist going at a fair old pace when the group we were in was meant to Easy. I didn't mind the distance but even some of the other ride leaders were becoming frustrated with his relentless pursuit. The group started to split and fragment at junctions and by the time we got back I was completely put off riding in any of the groups again. based on my own personal experience I wont be recomending this to any of my friends..
The hotel was nice enough and the staff were friendly and the amount of amenities certainly makes it a comfrtable stay.More
Good hotel in quiet location
We visited in October 2015 with our Son who was 6 months old at the time.
The hotel was a family hotel with a kids club and creche but on a fairly small scale so it seemed fairly quiet and laid back. I am told that it will no longer be a Thomson family hotel in 2016. The accommodation was a little dated but functional and clean. The pools were not heated so were a bit of a shock to the system when first getting in!
The restaurant was your typical buffet style and perfectly adequate but I would recommend taking the 10-15 minute stroll along the seafront Pine Walk to visit one of the fantastic restaurants. The evening views are stunning.
The staff were fantastic, especially the young lady on reception who's name escapes me!
Majorca is very popular with cyclists, so be warned that you may well be tripping over racing bikes propped up outside the restaurant doors on your way to breakfast.
All in all, we had a great time and would definitely recommend this hotel.