Puerto Azul Suite Hotel  


The family-friendly Puerto Azul Suite Hotel presents buffet dining, a great pool scene, and easy access to the sands.

The Puerto Azul Suite Hotel is in a great location for families. It’s set a little way back from Puerto Pollensa’s sweeping bay, so you’re looking at just a couple of minutes’ walk to the nearest sandy beach. And the icing on the cake - the rooms and restaurant have been recently refurbished.

In terms of design, the hotel is Spanish through and through. Bright, whitewashed buildings sprout from grounds peppered with palms, and the whole place overlooks the Vall de Boquer Mountains.

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Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Outdoor pool

With children's section.

Buffet restaurant

With an outdoor terrace for al fresco dining.

Pool bar*

For snacks throughout the day, alcoholic and soft drinks too. With seating in the shade and on the sun terrace.

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Suite sleeps up to 4, with 2 to 4 beds and a sofa-bed in the lounge area, rooms also have centrally controlled air-conditioning. Hairdryer and TV on request. Cots are available on request.

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Same time next year please :)

In the heart of Puerto pollensa a very short distance to local spar shop and beautiful beach. The hotel is perfect for families. 3 swimming pools- 1 for each age group. The rooms were modern and well kept. Staff always friendly and helpful. The food was superb with a different theme each night. The hotel poolside snack bar was convenient and inexpensive. The kids entertainment during the day and evening was great, with a 2 yr old and 9 yr old there really is something for all ages! Super holiday and will without a doubt be staying here again. More

samantha g, Wakefield, United Kingdom

Better and better

This was our second year in a row at the Azul. Fantastic week. The renovations to the rooms are superb - modern and comfortable. The food was delicious and great choice. With children, a vegetarian and gluten free, we were all well catered for with plenty of variety and selection. The Animacion team were vastly improved from last year and Thomas, Emma, Ingrid and Gary worked tirelessy with a smile to keep us all happy. You could take or leave it but I am still humming some of the Europop songs in my head! Lots of nice children enjoying themselves and my children made some lovely friends. The three pools catered for all ages. The baby pool is a great depth for toddlers, and the middle pool for young swimmers, and the main pool great for adults and stronger swimmers too. A scramble for sun loungers at 9am was the only annoyance, but this quietened down getting towards the end of August. The staff at Reception, Cleaning, Bar and Restaurant all worked with a smile and the hotel was spotlessly clean. The location of the hotel is fabulous and easy walk to the Pine Walk. Cocktails at the Lemon Lounge are a holiday treat in this wonderful resort. A hotel full of nice families, enjoying a nice holiday and well looked after. Perfect combination. Previous review by David J amused me of what percentage are middle class and 'conventional'. Think I was there that week - wonder which group David allocated me to?! Would definitely recommend to all with a young family.More

SarahS802013, Yorkshire

Great hotel

We travelled in peak holiday season with 2 children, and really enjoyed our stay. The hotel is very clean and the maids work very hard. The entertainment team work hard and the children enjoyed joining in with the activities. The pool is great and there is a splash pool for the youngest holiday makers! The room was bright and modern with comfy beds and pillows, we all slept extremely well, everything is quiet after about 10.30/10.45. The hotel entertainment was good with a nice variety to suit all tastes. Lovely mojitos in the bar, priced reasonably at 5 euros. The resort centre is a 5 minute walk away and the Wednesday market is well worth a visit. The food was ok, it was freshly prepared and there was plenty of it. I am quite fussy but managed to fill my plate every night, breakfast was very good indeed but the long queues in peak season were a bit of a nuisance. The kids buffet was not the best, lacked a bit of imagination. Nuggets, and spaghetti bolognaise every night, that said the kids never complained!! NIce families make up the vast majority of the clientele, we did not encounter any children running wild, just nice people enjoying a nice hotel!More

kazza080, UK

Puerto Azul Suite Hotel,Puerto Pollensa

I have just returned from a week at the Puerto Azul Suite Hotel and I have to say it was great. Hotel very clean and tidy, rooms lovely and cleaned every day. The pool was great, quite noisy but excellent for children by daugther made many friends. Breakfast was lovely didnt eat dinner every often so cant really comment. The hotel staff were very helpful. Wifi on and off. My only critisium was the sunbed situation. Get to the pool for 8.50am as they unlock the sunbeds at 9am after 9.30am you are lucky go get one. People do mark their space around and pool and sadly some people did this at 6am with their towels on brolleys and tables. I do think the hotel need to monitor this as some of the sunbeds had towels on them on nobody sat there all day. All in all lovely hotel great location and I would go there again. A room in B block round the pool is great you get the sunshine at night. The entertainment at night is loud but does off around 10.45 so if you have young children get a room no pool facing.More

Caroline D, York, United Kingdom

A full review

Overall - a lovely hotel. Spotlessly clean. Very friendly staff, even the cleaners say Hola with a smile. Gardeners trimming, pool cleaners hoovering. It's all very well organised and smart. It's about 30% middle class / 70% mainstream families. Mainly on the younger side but a few teenagers and older parents with older off-spring were there. But, if you don't like kids then don't go there! Kids seem well catered for. Pool though, although it has it's couple of shallow bits, the majority of the pool is very deep. Oddly and disproportionally! Not a problem once you get used to it. Facilities are OK. Not much there. 2 pool tables with knackerd cues and tables damaged by kids who jump all over them because parents dare say anything to their little darlings. Pool is the focal aspect for the majority of course but while it is a good idea for the hotel to lock up the sunbeds until 9am. It is both ridiculous and hilarious the sight of the pool surrounded by grumpy tired people sitting on and hogging the bases of umbrellas, anxiously waiting for the unlocking ceremony, pretending to be cool and not rush to grab as many as they can! Entertainment. Varied. Very. Only because it ranges from the very good and decent standard to so bad that one night I thought I was having a surreal dream and would wake up from the nightmare any time soon. Fortunately the kids managed to sleep OK one particular night. Rooms. Refurbed this year. No probs with air con. Worked well and kept the room comfortably chilled. Everything modern and clean. Bathrooms fab with Roca fittings. I do bathrooms so know they are decent. Beds comfy enough but a tad hard and the pillows the usual hotel spaniels ears, so flat you need 2 or 3. The good thing was that the walls were very solid so I never heard anyone next door. Food. Wow. Loved it. I'm not too fussy what I eat but I'm fussy about quality and hygiene and they did an amazing job of making everything so fresh and smart. Never a dodgy belly. Quality was unlike the expected motorway service station, instead on a level I've had at some pretty top English hotels. Good if you like salads and pasta but they also have lots of meats and a special counter for the high cholesterol loving people where at breakfast time you can get a decent fry up with an almost English cuppa. One evening I was a bit of a pig. Starting with fish, chicken, ribs, pasta, salad with muscles on the side. Cheese and biscuits afterwards, followed by 2 helpings of ice cream. A great buffet! One moan is that while at breakfast there's a selection of drinks, they like to take an order (your money) for bar drinks but my kids like still water and they wanted to charge us 4.45 euros for the kid 'tap' water. I brought my own in the end. I'm not tight but don't like paying for still water. You can grab sky sports on the big telly in exception (once the cricket bores) stop hogging it and the wifi is decent enough. One tip is that it's a pain to hook on. Once on, it's good. A tip is to log onto it early in the morning then you'll be fine. Otherwise you can find you can't get it all day. Overall though, we loved this hotel and the local area is just lovely. Thoroughly reccomended if you want a place that's picturesque, peaceful (no nightclubbing sorts) type of place where you can eat, drink and walk in a safe place. More

David J, London, United Kingdom

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