Hipotel Aparthotel Coma Gran  


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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Based on 701 reviews

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  • 2Buildings
  • 7Floors
  • 5Lifts

Family Resorts

Family holidays designed by the experts

  • Thomson Kids’ Clubs
  • Thomson crèches
  • Parent & baby facilities
  • Guinness World Records Days
  • Family entertainment
  • Free infant luggage allowance

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Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Self Catering

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

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

All Inclusive

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.

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Outdoor pool

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.

Buffet restaurant

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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Studio sleeps up to 3. Towels are changed 6 times a week and linen is changed twice weekly.

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.

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A Young Kids Paradise

Went to this hotel in the last week of August with my friend and her 5 year old and had a great time. The transfer from the airport wasn't as long as we thought which was a nice surprise. First impressions of the hotel were very good, all clean and modern and spacious. Check in was quick and smooth and we were given a room on the 5th Floor. We had a one bedroom apartment with a view over the pool and entertainment area. This meant it was quite noisy in the day during the poolside activities and at night when the entertainment was going on but that finished at around at 11pm so didnt bother us too much. However, it did mean that we were fortunate to pick up the free wifi that is available in the reception and pool area. The room was a nice size, the bed was huge in the bedroom and the sofa beds were largish singles in the living room and comfortable. Air conditioning worked very well. We were half board so had breakfast and dinner and were very impressed with both. Breakfast had a large selection of cereals, yoghurts, bread and pastries, fruit and then cooked breakfasts including English sausages, pancakes, 3 different types of eggs. The 5 year old loved the Thomson's Diner section and the fact that she could help herself. Dinner was also good and again a wide selection of fish, veggie and meat dishes including pasta etc. The pudding table was to die for - beats a lot of other 4 and 5 star hotels that I have stayed at. Didnt find drinks that expensive about 6euros for 3 soft drinks. The Kids clubs were great and if you needed a break from the kids during the day was a great way of keeping them entertained as sessions ran on and off throughout the day and early evening - some of the evening parties you had to pay for as included food etc. Our little one loved the Kids Club hoodie she was given and hasn't been out of it since! The entertainment team work so hard and really do create a great atmosphere, how Shabba and Paul maintain their enthusiasm all the time is beyond me - especially with the 3rd time of doing £1 fish that day! I dont know if we would have had such a good time without them. The Kids evening entertainment was quite good although got a bit repetitive but meant we could have a couple of drinks while they ran around. Didnt really experience the adult entertainment but from our balcony some sounded good others not so. Yes people do start reserving sunbeds at ridiculous o'clock and amused me standing on the balcony before sunrise to see people scampering around putting towels out. However, I never had a problem getting beds even at 9am and throughout the day some open up. I think you have to bear in mind that because its a family hotel people are up early and behaviour breeds behaviour! The pool is too small for the size of the hotel and you took your life in your hands entering it - I was kicked numerous times and lost count of the amount of ball dodges to stop being smacked in the face and lilos and inflatables that bumped into me. Its a shame with the refurbishment that everything else was done so well apart from the size of the pool - if you are a swimmer or like your own personal space then this isn't for you. Also the pool surround became very slippery and saw a few people take a tumble. The beach was nice although the waves were quite high in places so although shallow wasnt great for kids. We went on one of the glass bottom boat trips for a couple of hours which was worth the 22euros and hired one of the bike chariots for a ride along the promenade which was 8euro for 1 hour - again very reasonable. Sa Coma itself was a bit non-descript so if you like a pretty place this isn't for you - its quite commercial and touristy. If your kids are below the age of 10 and you want everything on your doorstep for convenience I would say this is a great hotel to pick - the 5 year old had the best time and I have to say we didn't have too bad a time either!More

KTCEngland, England

Great Time Had at Coma Gran

We enjoyed a week at Coma Gram in Aug'14. There was me, my wife, our two children (10 and 5) and my mother in law. Hotel looked and felt good quality. We were SC so did not eat at the hotel. We found the rooms compact but comfortable, spacious enough and very clean. Everything worked fine. I understand there was some refurb earlier in the year and there still have a couple of teething problems ie I am told there was a lift not working and the main revolving door was out of order for about a day but very minor problems. Probably the biggest inconvenience was that there was a problem with the running water for about 45 minutes one day but it was soon fixed, unfortunately it was about 6 o clock when many people were trying to get a shower but for us and everyone we talked to it was not a big deal and the staff were lovely, informative and sympathetic. All of the staff were great. Nothing too much for them - all very helpful and smiley. The resort is great for families, lovely beach, restaurants that cater for your bacon n eggs and for your more authentic cuisine. I would recommend Cafe de la Mar. reasonable prices, great food and good service (get there early though). We were there with Thomson and the entertainment Reps were good - Paul and Shaba. We didn't use the kids club so cant comment and didn't use the evening entertainment much so won't say too much but what we saw seemed OK and people were enjoying it. The pool and pool area is one of the best at the Coma Gran with a terraced area and nice pool (although smaller than we are used to at Thomson Family Resort). If you like a walk there is a lovely trek through the nature reserve to the castle. A tip though - do it early morning or evening when its not so hot as it is a trek. Lovely views up there from the lookout castle. One nice thing about this resort if you have little ones - and the reps don't recommend (probably because of 'elf n safety) is the ponies and horses where for 5euros (for half hour) your little one can take a pony ride in a nature reserve with you walking alongside and leading the pony. There's no helmets, the old fella who does it is a real character and the horses and ponies look very happy. For 5euros it was one of the highlights of our week, in fact our 5 year old did it three times and chose it above fun-fairs, horse n carriage rides which were much more expensive which meant more beer money for me :-) . All in all a lovely holiday and thoroughly recommended as a hotel and resort for families.More

RichieDaly, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

Lovely hotel, great entertainment, quiet resort

Just come back from a 2 week self-catering stay here with my wife and 5+10 year olds. Stayed in a double bedroom apartment which was perfectly fine, few niggles - small kitchen, shower which seemed to wash more of the floor than me :) but nothing too bad. The double rooms all end in "18" so ours on the sixth floor was 618. The problem we found was that the "18" apartments are adjacent to the lift shaft, and unfortunately, the lifts needed a good greasing as they made loud noises until early in the morning, and then started again at around 6am, when the early birders went down to put their towels down. By week two, we had mostly gotten used to it but the lifts do need servicing otherwise these particular rooms are a little noisy. Other than that, we had no problems here. Transfer time from the airport was around 1 1/4 hours, and the hotel was spotless!!! We ate dinner in the hotel buffet two nights which cost around £60 for us with an additional £14 for a bottle of wine. Buffet was really good with a lot of variety, but one night, the kids had a choice of ham / potato croquettes, spaghetti, and veg croquettes - which meant a huge waste of money when you have a fussy eater. Having said that, there are plenty of restaurants/bars in the are who all seem to do burgers, chicken nuggets, etc, so nobody went hungry. There's a big supermarket about 5 mins walk from the hotel (Eroski) where we bought most of our food and water (70 cents for a 6 litre bottle of water) as well as cheese triangles, bacon, etc. Couldn't find "proper" sausages however :) Poolside hotel entertainment during the day was great, a little repetative after 2 weeks, but the reps were very enthusiastic. Evening entertainment was a little dull after 9pm in my opinion, but seemed ok for others. Only made light use of kids clubs, but both kids seemed happy with the ones they did. Sa Coma itself is not a big resort, and parts of the beaches were quite seaweedy, but walking a minute or two along found a much nicer spot. Particularly good was the fact you could walk about 10 metres out with the sea still at knee-height, so great for the kids. If you want more shops or better facilities (go-karts, bouncy castles, etc) then Cala Millor is about 5 mins and 5 euros in a cab to get to. We also went here for a couple of evening meals and generally had a good experience (aside from the horrendous experience at the "Pirate" restaurant on Cala Millor seafront!!!). Overall, a really good holiday and have already booked for next year, even despite the noisy lift which I'm hoping will be much quieter for next year! Would recommend this hotel and resort if you have a family. If you want more nightlife or facitilies in the immediate resort, maybe think about looking elsewhere nearby.More

Trevor M, London, England, United Kingdom

Great Hotel.

This hotel is spotless, rooms are ample. Stayed self catering. Friendly staff. Beds massive but a little hard, sofa beds in lounge area more comfy, no requirement to a for air conditioning. Cleaned pretty much every day, towels changed if required, hair dryer, TV etc. No requirement to set alarms, plenty of sunbeds available, and we travelled last week in August. We made the most of pool ents and the team were fab. The beach is beautiful, with some decent waves providing fun. You have to pay for sunbeds on beach and for shade, best of buying your own umbrella day one if you happen to visit beach on more than one occasion. Nice walk up to Castle, decent cafe, and beautiful sights. Didn't take part in any Thomson excursions, far too expensive. I disagree with the groundhog statement below, get out and about rather than stay to your all inclusive deal. Sa Coma resort a little too English for our tastes, but travel further and there is more to do and more variety of places to eat. Best place we found to eat in Sa Coma resort were Amorio Mio and Cafe Del Mar, steer clear of BIA, food was cold and took a lifetime and Britannia Bar where we failed to get served at all.More

Ameeth00, SE Eng

Pleasant hotel

We wanted a last minute break in the sun, and with not much flexibility on our travel dates we ended up in sa Coma at the Coma Gran. On first impressions the hotel was great, quick easy check in, big rooms with plenty of drawers and storage for the 4 of us. Positioned smack bang in the middle of the resort. We opted for self catering as we are not great fans of all inclusive. More than adequate facilities for making breakfast/lunch with plenty of crockery etc and a decent size fridge. We did not realise when we booked that this was solely a Thomson hotel and all Brits, in a very British resort, full of English bars, with bingo, karaoke and chips with absolutely everything......so in a Brit resort comes families that support the uk national dress of football shirts and tattoos... Wading in on the sun bed debate, we had a welcome meeting at 10 am and the only beds left were way out of sight of the pools and splash areas, so with 2 small kids it was not great, so not being AI and tied to the hotel for the free slushies and lager we went to the beach. This was the highlight for us, long golden sands, shallow waters for the kids to play and not be in danger, load of sun beds....ok they were 14€ but well worth it for the day, and only 5 mins from the hotel. We did try the pool again though, as one of our boys had a stomach bug and as we were up at 6 am.....we decided to get a better positioned sun bed and could not believe it when we went down at 7.30 am and still struggled to get a couple of beds near the kids slash area or pool. What I did notice though was that families of five( 2 adults 3 kids for example) would keep 5 beds reserved and the kids would not be around all day, this I presume was causing the lack of beds. The pool on the whole was ok. Standing room only on the day we were there, and the obligatory aqua aerobics, water polo and loud Thomson reps trying to gee up the crowds, not really relaxing but that's the way this company seems to be going now. There was a kids club, and although we registered we didn't go as we were having fun on the beach instead. On the whole the hotel was good, the resort pleasant if you like Brit bar resort holidays but overall we did have a lovely week in the sun.More

Janie620128, Birmingham, United Kingdom

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