Ricky Martin and Annie Lennox have stayed at this hotel, which has great sea views and is close to the town centre.
This hotel is in one of Majorca’s prettiest spots, surrounded by pine trees and overlooking clear waters. It even has its own private jetty. The centre of Puerto Pollensa is 15 minutes’ walk away.
There’s an attractive pool overlooking the sea, along with a smaller, indoor pool. There’s also a tennis court. For meals, meanwhile, you can choose from a buffet restaurant and an à la carte.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Overlooking the sea, with palms on the sun terrace and sunbeds with mattresses and parasols.
Open Monday-Saturday, the spa offers a variety of different treatments, including volcanic stone massage, reflexology, facials and a hairdresser’s salon.
With a varied buffet breakfast including a selection of Mallorcan products and a dietary corner. With waiter service in the evening.
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First class Hotel
Stayed here for the fourth time. We have been to Port de Pollenca for about the last 12 years. We go in October as our 'last bit of sun' before winter sets in. The weather can be mixed at the time of year that we visit and I like to think of it as a 'good English summer'. We love Port de Pollenca and having experienced Hotel Illa d'Or would not go anywhere else.More
Michael S, Leicester, United Kingdom
We loved this hotel. It was the last of three hotels that we stayed in as part of a self-drive âtour of Mallorcaâ, and was by far our favourite. The service, location and general ambience of the hotel was everything a Mediterranean hotel holiday should be. Ok, itâs a bit of a walk to the main restaurant area of town, and be prepared for some uneven paving if youâre not too lively on your feet, but itâs the fact that the hotel stands across the bay that gives it its wonderful views and feeling of peacefulness. We stayed in a sea-view room and paid a little extra for this, but did not have a balcony, and we were aware that this would be the case. Balcony sea view rooms are at a premium as there are relatively few. So â if you absolutely MUST have a balcony, please make sure that the hotel confirms you have one when you are booking. The terrace of the original old villa was converted into individual balconies and these only occupy two floors of the hotel on the sea view side. The story of the Illa DâOr from its origins as a private villa to the extended hotel it is today is told in a beautiful book left in each room. The rooms which are not sea-view look out onto the road at the rear of the hotel, and are in shade for a lot of the day, as is the swimming pool (which we did not use). There is a lovely stone deck at the front of the hotel filled with sun beds for the sun-worshippers. You can keep getting up to paddle in the sea via a tiny beach at the side of it about 8-feet wide â heaven! The best thing about this hotel was the breakfast. It was the best we have EVER experienced in any hotel, and we holiday at least twice each year. If the weather allows, take your breakfast outside and sit on the little deck near the coffee station. It has a fantastic view of the bay and pine walk and you can throw little bits of bread to the shoals of little fishes in the shallow water there. We didnât eat dinner at the hotel, we walked into town each evening, and likewise we didnât witness any of the evening entertainment, so canât comment on that. Iâm not sure if there is a car park at the hotel â we instantly found a place to park on the street at the back of the hotel, right outside the Illa DâOr Club apartments, and left our car there for three days without moving once. This hotel oozes quality and attracts a slightly older clientele (probably also because we went outside the school holidays), and because of this, there is no blaring music, no loud or late drinkers. Itâs all you need for a peaceful and relaxing holiday in lovely surroundings. Would we return? Like a shot, but thereâs a lot of world still out there to seeâ¦.More
EloquentSwanJoggers, Lincolnshire, England
On the edge of the Mediterranean
Stayed here for the first time, having previously visited the south-west of Mallorca on a number of occasions. Puerto Pollensa, a smallish quiet town, with good bus and ferry connections is about 20 minutes walk along a pedestrian promenade by the edge of the sea. One reason that I booked at the Illa D'or was that they have waiter/waitress at dinner - difficult to find these days in Mallorca. Breakfast was enormous - you could have spent a couple of hours , and still not tried all the food available. There was a good choice at Dinner, but sometimes plates could have been a little warmer. Many public rooms rooms, appeared to have been recently refurbished, but with restraint , in view of the predominately older guests. Similarly, my bedroom (the first time I have ever had a single room) was modern , with many up-to -date facilities, and a balcony. Reception featured a low desk, with chairs for guests, unusual these days, and pleasant , helpful, staff with a good command of English. Although I do have minor walking difficulties, the location and layout of the hotel caused no problems. The late October weather was almost too hot !More
Anthony K, LIVERPOOL
Hotel commands a great view of the Med but only has a very small beach area,it would be fine if they did not allow the apartment guests to use the hotel facilities the hotel was expensive and would have expected facilities only for hotel guests Food was very good with a good selection each night if I went again to the hotel I would go on B/B basis as the restaurants in the town are first class.More
The view is great, not everything else is
We selected this hotel mainly because of the view. So we decided to pay for Seaview about 60 EUR extra which is well worth it. However, if you look at a picture of the hotel you can notice that there are at least three different room types that have sea view. Rooms with larger window, rooms with balcony and rooms with very small windows. The latter is what we ended up in. The view is great but the view is not quite as expected from the smallish window. The staff is not unfriendly but certainly not overly friendly either. Just average unfortunately. We were lucky enough to have breakfast outside right by the sea on the first day, which was unfortunately the last as they closed it down for the winter. So if you are planning to stay off season, the experience is not quite the same. Breakfast is great but the breakfast room was not. Sometimes long lines in front of the coffee machine. I would return to the hotel but would not stay in a room without sea view and certainly not again in one of the smaller windows. Location is as you would expect nice and quiet but certainly quite some way to drive to Palma if you would like to enjoy the city.More
tominnrw, Cologne, Germany
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