You’re just a stone’s throw from a golden-sand beach at this family-friendly aparthotel.
This place is just a minute’s walk from Sa Coma’s soft, sandy beach. You’re also right next to the town’s main drag, where you’ll find a choice of bars, shops and restaurants.
The buffet restaurant does a great line in paella. You'll find an outdoor and indoor pool here, plus a kids' pool and a splashpark for children too. Littler guests also get a Thomson Kids’ Club and a crèche.
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Bed and Breakfast
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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 area with sunbeds and parasols. The pool area has been renovated for May 2014 with a spacious terrace.
For buffet breakfasts, dinners and show cooking. Plus there are options for children. Just to let you know, this place has been renovated for May 2014.
Thomson Kids' Club
Designed for 3 to 11 year olds, Thomson Kids’ Club offers 2 hours of activities, 5 or 6 days a week. And that includes at least 3 evenings. It’s split into sections, with Tots for 3 to 5 year olds, Team for 6 to 8s, and Tribe for 9 to 11s. Best of all, most kids’ clubs activities are completely free. And outside of peak season, there are parent and toddler sessions 3 days a week, too. For your peace of mind, all Thomson Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times. The club has been renovated for May 2014.
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Brilliant hotel for families with young children.
I stayed in this hotel for two weeks from the end of August with my partner and our two young boys - Noah, aged 2, and Oscar, aged 4 months, and we all had a fantastic holiday. I'll get the negatives out of the way first...yes, there is a bit of a fight to get sun loungers next to the pool (especially in our first week which was still in the school holidays), but we always managed to secure some later in the morning, a bit away from the pool (better for us anyway since we had a double buggy so needed extra space for this). So, if you're not too fussy about where you go, this really isn't a problem. The only other negative for me was that, for the whole time we were there, 2 of the 3 pieces of cardio equipment in the gym were out of action, and apparently had been for around 2 months. For me this wasn't great, especially since none of the hotel staff really seemed to care or have any sense of urgency about trying to get them fixed. Anyway, moving on!... Both these minor gripes were far outweighed by the many positives about the hotel, the staff and the surrounding area. With the children's pool, splash park, park, football area, soft play area, outside play area (with push along cars and motorbikes) and young pups after dinner, the hotel is fantastic for young children and our 2 year old absolutely loved it. The hotel is only 5 minutes walk to a lovely beach, with a very gentle slope in to the water, and has plenty of shops, bars and restaurants close by (although we stayed half board so can't comment much on these). There's also a really lovely walk along the front to nearby S'Illot, where there are more bars and restaurants and another smaller beach, and just a really nice feel to it, so well worth a visit. We upgraded to half board when we got to the hotel, and never had a bad meal while we were there. There's plenty of choice (during a 2 week stay, I don't think we had the same menu twice), both for adults and for children, and the staff working in the restaurant are fantastic and work incredibly hard. We were lucky enough to get one of the corner rooms with the HUGE balcony, which was fantastic for sun bathing on the rare occasions the boys both had a sleep after lunch! Generally though, the room was great for us, and always kept really clean. Finally, I'd like to give a mention to 'Crazy Cayleigh' (spelling?!) since all reviews seem to mention Paul and Shabba, but Cayleigh seems to work harder than anyone and always with a huge amount of enthusiasm. All in all then, we had a great holiday and will soon be booking to return next year!More
Hepburn-Brown, Chelmsford, United Kingdom
Good hotel but rooms tired and noisy
Outside areas have been refurbished and have been done really well. The pools are great for kids but not for swimming. The kids club and entertainment are great for the kids. The rooms are clean but a little tired and the walls are thin, so if you have noisy neighbours, as we did both sides, then you won't get much kip! All on all a good choice for families though. More
scott s, York, United Kingdom
brilliant hotel - loved sa coma
brilliant visit to SA coma gran ( returned Sunday ) after a relaxing week - hotel is spotless , staff friendly and helpful . pool area excellent , particularly for children / young families - less than 5 minutes to the beach - we will be back for sureMore
Pleasant stay at the Como Gran
Can't really find much fault. The hotel is lovely and the room was perfect for us. I went with my husband and 3 small children, in retrospect 7 days would have been perfect for us, we were there for 10 and it was probably just that bit too long. No fault of the hotel or Thomson but we just got a bit bored of the pool / beach and are children were too small to do much else. We went self catering as we prefer having the choice of eating out. The lunch menu at hotel is limited, but ok. We made breakfast ourselves and combined making our own food with eating out. The kitchenette is of limited space but adequate. There is a hypermarket about 5 minutes away which has everything you will need. Formula is very expensive there so bring more than you think you need. For families with young children Brittania Bar is around the corner and has a bouncy castle. Sa Coma is not very big and it is limited what you can do there, we would definitely recommend the hotel to any family with young children who are just looking for a week in the sun, but if you are looking for a more active holiday then I would go elsewhere in Mallorca. We rented a car one day and visited Palma and the north west of the island, which was beautiful. You can take a bus trip with Thomson or take the local bus, but with three small children we preferred to rent a car. S'illot is only 10 minutes walk away and has more restaurants and a slightly nicer atmosphere than Sa Coma. The Thomson staff were very friendly and the children's entertainment enjoyable. I think though that it would be better to have the little tots start earlier and last a bit longer. The soft play area was great. I tried to get my eldest to go to the kids club, but she is shy in new settings so after the first attempt we didn't try again, but the facilities looked very good. We were always able to get sunbeds, some mornings I did get up just after 7 am if we were planning on spending the day at the pool to get a good spot. I do think that the hotel should police it a bit better though as sometimes you would see towels on sun loungers that no one would go near all day. One thing the hotel could improve is the Internet, we were on 3rd floor and could just about get it if on balcony, but it was very slow. On the ground floor, pool area it was great.More
*******The Family Bird again!!!!!*******
WELL HERE WE GO AGAIN yet another fantastic holiday at the coma gran. We have now clocked up 26 visits to the hotel over the past 16 years. We went for a month again in July and had a wonderful holiday. We were sceptic of the alterations but have to say the pool area is better than before. As this year we took 2 electric wheelchairs for Jack and Lewis, we were worried about finding a place to put them around the pool. We normally take Jacks and had our "spot" around the pool to keep it safe but were pleasantly pleased as we managed to find a good spot to keep both chairs safe and dry and near enough to the pool for the boys to get into it. However, it has to be said that we do not like the new pool. It doesn't have a deep end so you cannot swim and I agree with previous comments about been hit in the face with a ball as this happened numerous times to me. It is not good that you can stand up in the whole of the pool so therefore everyone plays catch with a ball. Limited areas for inflatables and I think in the whole 4 weeks I actually managed to swim one length without trying to avoid the hoards of people. Get rid of the snake things and sprinklers, put them in the kids splash pool and extend the pool to have a deep end. Whilst we were there the splash pool was hardly used. Then splash bingo can come back as there is no way you can dive into the current pool. Also my husband who likes to dive in to cool off couldn't do as at the deepest it was up to his chest!!!! Another issue was slipping around the pool. Whilst we were there we saw people slip down the steps and round the pool lots. It need some kind of non slip matting around the poolside. As for the reception.....hate it !!! too bare and not enough seating. Looked like a refugee camp when people waiting to go home, bodies everywhere sat on suitcases. After speaking to Tony the hotel manager seems a "posh" architect designed it and they have to run with it for a year. Oh and another moan.... no ramped access to the Thomson desk. Why has this been moved from the other corner ???? Our boys couldn't get to see the reps but if you had a person in a wheelchair that wished to speak to the desk reps or even complain in private, they cannot get up the 3 steps. If the desk reps are staying there put a RAMP in .....Lets hope the sofas and rugs appear back next year so it looks more homely and not like a house awaiting for furniture. Also why have the computers disappeared ???? I know technology is moving on but they were handy as for a couple of euros it either kept the kids happy or meant we could check emails (as Wi Fi not that clever). As for the entertainment. Well the reps were OUT OF THIS WORLD. A HUGE THANKS to Party Paul, Shabba and James (desk rep and Shabbas boyfriend!!). We love you all. It has to be said that in the 16 years of us visiting the coma gran Shabba is by far the BEST female entertainer we have seen. She is wonderful, although she looks like Lauren from Eastenders !!!!! Paul well....... looks like the Grinch, pulls faces like the Grinch but is as mad as a box of frogs !!!! please put him back in the coma gran next year. Jack our eldest loved him, they got on great and he was always willing to go the extra mile to help out. The evening entertainment was rubbish. What has happened to the UK acts. 3 hours of flamenco dancing and a fake Feddie Mercury tribute that mimed was not for us. You could see how many empty tables there were it was embarrassing. The snake act was ok but then repeated again but with a different name !!! the best shows were the reps who bless them tried to get everyone involved. Even Bingo was the worse we have ever seen as know one was around to buy tickets. Bring back George Penna the comedian and other previous acts. By the way George is on at the Palmeras Playas just down the road in Sillot every other Friday !!!!! we saw him twice and he is better than ever !!!. Anyway....we are in the process of booking again for 2015. Those who know us will see us there again all August for a month. So Bill, Shelly, Mitchell, Gracie, Helen, Freddie & Co and everyone else we cant wait to see you all again. Eating out..... we go self catering and buy breakfast in the hotel. This works for us. We LOVE BAR HAPPY.... why doesn't anyone mention this place. Please go and try it it is fab, not overly keen on JJ's but another wonderful place is Es Passeige just along from the Kings Head. We love Juans Steak House and Chaplin's has improved this year. Trips.... go to Pirates it is out of this world. People moan about the cost but I priced up Charlie and the Chocolate factory in London and it was Â£104 per ticket !!! at least with Pirates you get transport, food, drink and a bloody good show. We have been 11 times now and it changes every year. Try the Jeeps from the bike hire opposite Britannia Bar. This is sooooo much fun and you are out 4 hours touring around the island. 4 seater ones about 180 euros. Also the Trike tour in Cala Millor, really good you are out 5 hours and again good value. What else can I say.... staff are wonderful as always...Maggie, Margo, Tano, Ivan, Angel, love you all. The hotel is soooooo clean and the rooms are fabaroonie. We get the same disabled apartment every year and we love it. Our boys Jack and Lewis love the area, they whizz up and down safely in their wheelchairs and everyone knows us, don't think it will be long before we move out there !!! We cant criticise the hotel or resort as it suits us perfectly. You always meet nice people this year we met loads including Jazz and G and Luke, Jack, Charlie and family who hopefully will be back next year. The beach is clean and a must is the frozen yogurts at Yaa Yoguart!! I know people have moaned about getting up to get their sunbeds but hey.......if you want a certain pitch you have to......it is a family hotel and people get the same sunbeds because it suits them so just get on with it and get up early, lets face it, it is not like we have to go to work for 8 hours !!!!!! Well I have finished now so thanks again Coma Gran for a wonderful holiday. We will be back next year for our 27th visit and if Party Paul is not there I shall have a paddy fit. Look forward to seeing all the regulars, some I know have already booked. Take care, have a fab winter love Julie, Paul, Jack & Lewis xxxxxxMore
familybird07, Leeds, West Yorkshire
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