If you’re looking for somewhere that has great reviews and plenty going on, then the Puerto Azul fits the bill. It’s a favourite with guests who love its friendly staff, tasty food and fun-packed entertainment. Its location gets some gold stars, too. Framed by rugged mountains on two sides, it’s just a five-minute walk to a small beach on the Bay of Pollensa. And if you want time out shopping and trying out different restaurants, there are shops and eating spots within 250 metres.
As you’d expect, the swimming pool is where most things happen. It’s a lovely lagoon-like number with three separate sections - a paddling pool for toddlers, an area for older beginners and a deeper section for stronger swimmers. Plus, there’s a playground close by with a helter-skelter slide for little ones.
The food is a treat, too. Kicking off everything is a bumper breakfast of full English fry-ups and Continental dishes. The lunches and dinners are good, too, with lots of hot and cold choices plus kiddie-height buffet bars.
Factor in a lounge bar, cabaret shows and a poolside cafe and there’s everything you need for a chilled-out getaway. One more thing - the rooms are like the rest of the hotel, spotless and modern. And they all count as suites, with separate lounges and balconies looking over the pool, mountains or gardens.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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With children's section.
With an outdoor terrace for al fresco dining.
For snacks throughout the day, alcoholic and soft drinks too. With seating in the shade and on the sun terrace.
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Relaxing week away
Stayed here 12 - 19 October with my husband just to have a relaxing week away. things were quiet but still had entertainment every day and two evenings were there was a flamenco dancing show and an acrobatics show, other evenings it was the in house entertainment. The food was very good, and was always hot and fresh. Staff at the hotel were very friendly and it is obviously a hotel where people come back year after year as they all appeared to know the staff well. The rooms whilst basic were clean and we had a view over the pool area. We had a room in block A so didn't get any sun in the evening but as it was drawing dark early it didn't really matter as it was still warm enough to sit out before dinner. I think block C would be ideal if you want sun throughout the day and evening. Hotel is about a 5 minute walk from the Pine Walks and about 15 minutes from the Marina area. There are some lovely bars along the Pine Walks and along the side streets. We would certainly considering coming back again next year as there are some planned renovations of the hotel so will be interesting to see what they do.More
piggywiggy01, Weymouth, England
There are many changes happening at this hotel. Firstly there is a new manager who seems to be on a cost cutting exercise. This shows mostly in the food, which was always good but now is made up of cheap ingredients and warmed up yesterdays leftovers. They are planning to refurbish the bedrooms this winter which although good has resulted in hugh price increases. For the same two weeks we stayed this October, the price for next year has increased by 55%. At this sort of price you can stay in a very good hotel on Pine Walk.More
907dave, Basingstoke, United Kingdom
I stayed at this hotel with my husband for 7 nights in October Can I firstly say that this is not what I would call a suite hotel as the name suggests. They are self catering apartments without self catering equipment and no tea or coffee making facilities ... 2 cooker rings, but not a cup, kettle or spoon in sight. They are kept very clean, as was the rest of the hotel but, I have stayed in suite hotels before and they generally tend to be more luxurious than these average rooms. We found the staff were very friendly and helpful. Especially the dining room staff. The food was another matter ... boring and tasteless more often than not.... you can survive on it for a week but I wouldn't want to stay any longer. The pool is a good size, and there are plenty of sunbeds around a very nice area. The location is good, close to restaurants and shops and a pleasant walk to the beach, but the hotel was not very easy to find if you have a hire car. Would we return? ... Probably not, as we feel it is overpriced.More
Toby6859, Bedford, United Kingdom
Enjoyed a lovely 9 night break
We stayed at the hotel for 9 nights from 4th October - 13th October. Although I had been to Puerto Pollensa before I had never stayed at this hotel and after reading some of the comments I was a little apprehensive. However I was pleasently suprised, the hotel is lovely, yes could do and is being updated and is being donefor next year, having said that the whole hotel was was spotlessly clean. Rooms very spacious, comfy beds and tidy bathroom. Food was what you would expect from buffet style, although a lot better than a lot of hotels i've stayed in. Location is fantastic, just a few minutes walk from the Pine Walk. I went with my in-laws and we went on lovely walks every day, all the paths and roads are very flat and easy to walk on if you are a bit unsteady on your feet. Bar staff Jose and Kiki very entertaining. Entertainment was OK, they tried their best, some nights it was fun, but it was nice to have some background music, but we didn't have children so it was fine. Overall a very enjoyable stay and will be interested to come back and see the changed.More
Great value break
Stayed at the Puerto Azul from 3 to 10 October and were quite happy with the room, food etc for the price we paid. Knew before we went (from friends), that some fittings etc were looking a bit tired, but the hotel is undergoing refurbishment over winter and were were able to see a refurbished room which looked really nice. Plenty of variety on the buffet for breakfast and the evening meal, which meant that although some things didn't appeal, there was always enough choice to make up a decent meal. No problems with cleanliness throughout the hotel or with any staff. Entertainment varied from really good to poor and resident staff worked really hard, although we felt that some quizzes and bingo went on a bit too long. Excellent, secure storage in basement for cycles-I didn't take one but hired from Miguel at Pollensa Cycling (pollensacycling.com), who was really helpful and transported the bike to and from the hotel for me. We took a small travel kettle and didn't need to hire a fridge. Would definitely go back to the Puerto Azul.More
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