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.
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.
We stayed as a family 18th-28th October 2014 here. It is very smart and it has extremely friendly staff. We had a 1 bedroom apartment witch was really clean and comfortable and had air conditioning and a balcony. We were self catering but we upgraded to half board. The restaurant is very smart and the waiters are really friendly. Breakfast is an all you can eat buffet with fry up, cereals, yoghurts, cakes, pastries, Spanish cheeses and cold meats and drinks (fruit juices, tea, coffee and milkshakes) and the evening meal was an all you can eat buffet too. There was all sorts of things in the buffet: fish, meats, curries, pasta and tomato sauce, pizzas , paellas, chips , onion rings and the chefs are usually more than happy to cater for extra dietary requirements ie. vegetarian. It had free Wi-Fi witch was a little slow at times but worked.More
Lovely holiday, just a couple of things maybe you should know before booking.
We just arrived back from our first family holiday! I must say it was brilliant! The rooms are very clean and tidy, me and my partner were a little disappointed we didn't have a double bed (so we had a gap between us) but it wasn't an issue. The hotel does have wifi but you never get signal in the room. Always near the front desk or food hall. The staff are really friendly and helpful, and the kids clubs are fantastic!!! If you consider doing any of the trips with the little one, bare In mind it takes a hour and more to get to your destination on top of the hour picking everybody else up from other hotels. Our 16 month old didn't cope too well with all the travelling. We took a trip to the market which was good. Marineland was good, but you don't leave til 3.15pm it is a long day. The food in the outside pool area is pizza's, pastas, toasties etc. For a 4* I think the standard could of been a tad better. For example I ordered a noodle salad, and received salad with plain pasta, not what I Was expecting
My partner has said he would never go back to the same place, but would happily return here. I agree I would come back again with the children.
I think the hotel needs to maybe get to that 4* standard. One of the reasons we picked out the hotel was because it had a gym, but nothing worked or was out of order. Which was disappointing but could still use the exercise bike and some weights.
Overall it was clean, the food in the restaurant was brilliant, the staff were very helpful and friendly. Nice warm atmosphere in the Hipotel Coma Gran, and will definitely be considering visiting again..More
sammymoore25, Norwich, United Kingdom
Stayed at coma gran 18th-25th October. Bit of a negative at first when we checked in we were told that are room wasn't ready and we would have to wait at least an hour and half, when you have 3 kids boiling hot because of travelling from uk in jeans and jackets I was really annoyed. However once we eventually got into are room it was huge we had a two bed apartment and it was spotless. Food was lovely we were half board plenty of choice for everyone I think evening meal should be at 6 it is 7 which is quite late when you have little ones! Sa coma beach is beautiful and safe for the kids. Another negative not about the hotel but some of the Spanish shop keeper's were rude I know it's the end of the season example my daughter who is a size 8 asked to try on a top and was rudely snatched out of her hand telling her it's to small lady maybe the shop assistant wanted it for herself lol pirate show is a must.......More
86beckie, glos united kingdom
Stayed at the coma gran 2nd week of october, had a lovely week self catering staying in a studio apartment with good sea views. The hotel is centrally located and has plenty of food outlets all around the hotel. However if you like good fish avoid chaplains and the kings head who seem to think that supermarket frozen fish is preferred by the English. Good costal walks to castle and then along to cala miller and if you fancy a longer walk to cala bona it takes about 1.5 hrs and as a lovely harbour were you can take a drink at smithy and wonder why life cannot be this good all the time. Worth a trip to the caves of drach taking the sea taxi, and sight seeing tour of palmaMore
Derek B, Lichfield, United Kingdom
we went on a late deal self catering as we like to sample the local areas for eating so can not comment on the food, but the rest of the hotel was spotless and well maintained. staff were pleasant and speedy in checking us in and were in our room in minutes which were modern and spotless, clean towels every day and sheets changed twice in the week. the outside area is great for the kids with the usual activities plus a football come basketball pitch. kiddies can't wander off as the only exit is through the reception. all staff were happy and friendly and the Thomson staff worked hard all day. the resort becoming spoilt by a lot of electrical vehicles speeding along the prom especially the younger ones on junior models. as stated JJs is a good place for food and drink plus we found a Spanish run bar" SALVATOR" who sells the best lager in town as well as very good freshly cooked food. will definitely be going backMore
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