The location of the Hipotel Aparthotel Coma Gran takes some beating. It’s just a minute's walk from Sa Coma’s beach, which, with its soft sand and shallow waters, is prime paddling and sandcastle territory. Plus, there’s a good selection of shops, restaurants and bars nearby.
There’s plenty in the way of entertainment at the hotel, as well. Smaller guests have a crèche and a Thomson Kids’ Club, where they can join in with games and activities six days a week. What’s more, they’ve got their own playground and a pool to splash around in.
Adults get a good look-in, too. The swimming pool, for instance, is all geared up for downtime. Shaped like a cartoon speech bubble, it’s surrounded by sunny terraces furnished with loungers and palms. There’s an open-air pool bar here, too, so you can grab a bite to eat just inches from the water’s edge.
Based on 562 reviews
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Created for families, with leading childcare and entertainment
- Thomson Kids’ Clubs
- Thomson crèches
- Parent & baby facilities
- Guinness World Records Days
- Family entertainment
- Free infant luggage allowance
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|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Unlimited local drinks including spirits, beer and soft drinks 10.00-24.00. Sandwiches and fruit. Ice-cream for kids 10.00-12.00.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Situated next to the children's pool with sunbeds and parasols.
For buffet breakfasts, dinners and show cooking. Plus there are options for children.
For light meals and a wide selection of hot and cold drinks.
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1 bedroom apartment
One bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4 - twin bedroom and sofa beds in the lounge. Towels are changed 6 times a week and linen is changed twice weekly.
2 bedroom apartment
Two bedroom apartment sleeps up to 6 - 2 twin bedrooms and sofa beds in the lounge area. Towels are changed 6 times a week and linen is changed twice weekly.
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Family holiday nothing posh but very clean
We stayed here last October 2013 and it was brilliant. We went half board but we weren't allowed to change it to having it to lunch time which was a pain but it was ok because they had something different every night. The food was bland I guess becuase it was catering for so many different people but we never left hungry so that a good thing. We had the same table for breakfast and evening so that was cool. The staff loved the boys as they were well behaved and not running around. The room has small kitchen, sink, electic hob, microwave kettle and fridge with a small freezer. Sofa beds not the best to sleep on but will do. There is a massive supermarket not to far from the hotel, really cheap, check it out. The location of the hotel was excellent, 4 mintues to the beach with the kids and our belongings, outside, the hotel begins the rows of shops and resturants and gift shops. The next town is about 6 Euros in a taxi good for a days visit. I cannot comment about the rest of the island because with small children its the beach they love. As long they are happy its a perfect holiday. Yes i would stay here again i loved it. Staff excellent, Room was clean, Food and the desserts were yum.More
RPTJ, Leicester, United Kingdom
Loud and Proud.... If you like it like that?!
We stayed in the Coma Gran June 2012. Its a no frills place. Room was basic, kitchen very basic and small, do not expect to be able to cook full meals but, you're on holiday right?! The sleeping arrangements were not brilliant. The two adults in our family slept (if you can call it that!) on the sofa bed with a gap in the middle and we found it just a tad uncomfortable.The staff are young and mostly very energetic. The music is loud and mostly constant. The younger children will love this if Haven is your sort of English holiday and they like music, games and dancing. Its situated just off the main street so you don't have to walk far to get to the mass of tourist shops and restaurants. Having a pool view is good if you like to hear the music after you've retired to your apartment. You can also get a nice view of the beach. (which is amongst the best I have ever seen!)More
Paul O, Cambridge, United Kingdom
End of Season holiday
we spend a week in Sa Coma, End of october 2013. We had two children age 2 and 5 with us. B&B only. The room was clean, and comfortable but a bit too small for a family of 4. The food was good but we only had Breakfast, leaving us the joy of exploring the Sa Coma restaurants. Mind u you dont have too many, quite a poor selection. Its very commercial and most of places serve burgers and chips if u like. We wanted to eat local food and try some local cuisine but struggled to find places to eat. It was end of season and most of attractions closed mid week , same did kids club and creche. So not great. The hotel entertainment was poor and but the Thomson staff tried to make it more interesting for the kids etc. the swimming pool outside was freezing cold so we used the heated pool indoors. Beach was lovely and the sea was nice but the weather only stayed nice for 4 days , then it got chilly. Our 5 year old son got eaten alive by mosquitos. so make sure you take plug ins and creams with you as they are expensive to buy. If you get the chance go and se the MArine Land. Life time experience , it was great. Pleasant holiday but dont think we will be returning to Sa Coma, a bit boring second time round.More
MaddalenaPJ, Southampton, England, United Kingdom
not a 4 star hotel
Been to this hotel during the summer for our family holiday. When booking for our family and for the time of year, it was quiet expensive, so we were expecting a four star hotel and experience. Unfortunately we were very disappointed. The food on offer was basic, poor and over priced. The pool area was cramped and disorganised for the amount of people and families. The rooms were ok but the the cleanliness was below average. In my opinion, we wouldn't recommend this as a four star hotel.More
gordon m, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Very enjoyable late season stay
Although a couple and not normally fans of 'British' resorts, we ended up at this family hotel and in Sa Coma, partly chosen on price and also as the resort is in a good location for getting elsewhere. Despite this, we enjoyed a very pleasant 10 days, late season - so not that many guests, nor noise ... indeed, the children (mainly Scottish half-termers) and tots were fun to watch rather than loud / over-lively. Importantly, I believe the outside of the hotel is undergoing a major refurnishment which - I assume by next high season - should much improve it e.g. better designed spaces and more pools / pool area. We requested a highish apartment room (better views - as good as could be expected) and not to be poolside - well, our balcony was but, as we slept in the bedroom, that was on the roadside and fine. Bizarrely, neither of us slept very well, despite the beds seeming suitably firm and comfy. Should have drunk more! The kitchen in particular was very well equipped - rigs, microwave, toaster, kettle, even an electric whisk, salad bowl and tea towels! We were B&B and breakfast had an ample, very tasty selection (& much better sausages/bacon than usually on Spanish islands) - even though I believe the choice was cut back as it was late season. Despite misgivings, I really liked having tuna/sardines with tomato & mild onions as a starter! I'd heartily praise the vast majority of the staff - reception (relatively unusually!) and especially the breakfast waiters (indulging and helping my Spanish) were very friendly and helpful, as was our room cleaner (cheerfully & promptly clearing up a million pieces of dropped salad bowl!) and almost all the Thomson reps, day or evening. The reps worked hard, within the constraints of the venue, the visitor types and also some restrictive Thomson guidelines e.g. not allowed to use their initiative / respond to guest requests re certain activities. They also kindly swapped for a T-shirt the prize of a bottle of cava for a 3rd successive win at the poolside quiz (they'd stopped including film questions!). Plenty of restaurants nearby, reviewed extensively by many visitors; of those we tried I'd highlight the following: El Sol (a bit more local, very friendly waiters, fish tanks), Pomodoro (tasty, good value pizza/pasta mainly, nice decor) and Cafe de la Mar (stick to the very tasty BBQ meat - large portions). As for attractions: - locally: do the 30-40m walk to Punta de N'Amer fortification; worth wandering along the prom into Sillot; the 18 hole mini-golf is attractively set, good fun, if a little worn (2 rounds are better value); - nearby: we enjoyed our visit to the Drach Caves (not cheap but impressive and atmospheric), and are glad we wandered nto Porto Cristo afterwards - much more attractive than Sa Coma. (Though the best scenery was on our Thomsons 'Orange Blossom' trip to the north-west, especially the mountains and Puerto Soller and Soller - a possible venue for any further visit to the island.)More
Peter G, London, United Kingdom
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