Gazing out on a lagoon-style pool, the Protur Aparthotel Vista Badia is a horseshoe-shaped curve of whitewashed buildings. Tucked in among palm trees and sweeping lawns, it’s got a great setting.
The pool curls around a yawning sun terrace with banks of shrubs and palms. White canvas parasols are dotted among sunbeds and right next door is a kids’ play area.
Things are just as impressive inside the hotel, too. The lobby looks like it’s straight out of a magazine spread - light and airy, with a chic look reminiscent of Mary Quant. The bar has a new and comfy look too. And the terrace, with its white wicker tables and chairs, has a lovely Mediterranean feel that's a holiday delight. On the food front, you’ve got a bar-come-café, pool bar and a buffet restaurant.
Upstairs, the apartments are comfortable, simple and bang up-to-date with contrasting wall colours and attractive soft furnishings, mods cons like flat screen TVs with satellite and air-condtioning, cute modern kitchenettes and a great spacious balcony.
As part of Club Protur Sa Coma Resort you've got everything on hand for a great holiday. Take your pick from eateries like Sa Bodega for some 'tapas', La Fontana for a touch of Italian, the Country grill, and the Argentinian grill situated in the La Reserva, open June to mid October - just don't forget to make your reservation at the Club House first.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Full Board meals. Breakfast 08.00-10.00, late breakfast 10.30-12.30, lunch 13.00-15.00, afternoon tea 15.30-17.30, dinner, 18.30-21.00, late snacks 23.00-24.00. One dinner in each à la carte restaurant per stay. Ice-cream from 10.00. Fruit 10.30-21.00. National and some international alcoholic, non-alcoholic and hot drinks 10.00-24.00. Snacks at set times.
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Open until 8pm, the lagoon-style pool has a spacious sun terrace spotted with parasols and scattered with sunbeds. You'll find this near the children's play area. Please note you'll need to use the pool facilities at the hotel you've booked. A deposit is required for pool towels.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner. You'll be able to get continental breakfast from 10.30am to 12.30pm, plus there are late snacks between 11pm and midnight. Dinner from 6.30pm to 9.30pm in July and August.
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 CRB 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. From May to October in the neighbouring hotel Protur Safari Park.
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1 bedroom apartment
1 bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4 with a twin bedroom and 2 sofa-beds in the lounge. Rooms have air-conditioning at manager's discretion, kitchenette with 2 cooking rings, microwave, toaster, maid service and towel change 5 times a week and linen twice a week. Cots are available on request.
select 1 bedroom apartment
Select 1 bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4, with air-conditioning at manager's discretion, kitchenette with 2 cooking rings, microwave, toaster, maid service and towel change 5 times a week and linen twice a week. Select apartments with larger terrace, table, chairs and sunloungers are available. Cots are available on request.
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Great hotel! Sa coma is great resort.
Stayed at the Vista Badia hotel in summer 2013 and 2012. Rooms were great but we had an upgraded room. Stayed here on AI deal. Loved the hotel on all levels from food to staff to pool to location. Hotel is just a nice size so it doesn't feel over run by other guests. We would be happy to book again but we want to try different places now children have grown up a little.Nice balance of nationalities during our stay. Sa coma is a lovely small resort perfect for young families. Great view from most rooms. Book into La Reserva pool for the day, we loved this place. Great hotel. Highly recommended.More
D E, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Not fantastic but good.
So, let me say that was a good stay but not what i prefer. It's true when everyone says is a family hotel. Yes, it is a family hotel! But is a family hotel well managed. It is not easy in august to have relaxing days, relaxing meals but they try to have some organisation in the middle of natural confusion. It is not far from the beach, 5 min. walking and a good distance from the night crowd. The meals are ok with reasonable food but few offering wines. It is not a great All inclusive hotel. Rooms are basic, as the bathrooms, with decent balconies. The pool is good as the number of sunbeds. About the animation, the staff crew makes a good effort but it is above average.More
Magictrip, Vila do Conde, Portugal
Fantastic hotel for family holidays (and for gluten free food)
We have had our family holiday for 2 weeks in August at this hotel for the last 4 years and have had a fantastic holiday every year so have booked again a select apartment for August 2014. We have made life long friends whilst on holiday here and people come back year after year which must mean the Vista Badia and Protur are good. Whilst we agree with all the good reviews that mention it's great location,its cleanliness,the friendly and helpful staff,the many activities on offer for children and adults,the fantastic food in the hotel restaurant and choice of another 4 restaurants to dine in,the continuous improvements and maintenance etc,etc one other reason we continue to return every year is that the hotel and other restaurants cater for coeliacs. We first came as self catering as myself and our daughter(aged 11) are coeliac (gluten and wheat intolerant) and we could buy most of our food from the local spar and eroski supermarkets (we brought our own bread and the hotel kindly let us put it in their freezer) however we now book all inclusive as each year they have improved the range of foods available for ceoliacs. This has made our holidays so much easier and for ceoliacs out there please find the following examples of food available: The following you just need to talk to the excellent restaurant manager Toni and he will arrange them for you Pizza (9 inch) can be made with whatever toppings you ask for. My daughter and myself both agreed it's the best gluten free pizza we have ever had and beats those we have had from Pizza Hut and pizza express French fries They use a separate frier if you ask them for these as the fries are gluten/wheat free Pasta They have gluten/wheat free penne and other types Ice cream Vanilla and strawberry Bread The bread is ok but the harder texture type we have this for toast at breakfast but still bring fresher type bread with us for sandwiches.(they kindly let us put our bread in their freezer and we take out a couple of loaves when needed) Cakes They have Gf muffins Gluten free food from the rest of the hot main course food on offer This is marked clearly with a crossed grain symbol. One of the issues we always have is with sauces and the ones marked gluten free they use corn flour and gluten free flour for these. There is then a large choice from the salad bar which has also gf coleslaw and tuna and seafood. Only have to avoid any of the mayo items with pasta in it. Then there is a grill where you choose the piece of meat or fish you want and it is cooked for you while you wait. Also there is a stir fry where you choose your own meat or fish and vegetables and cooked while you wait Then there is a large selection of cheeses ( I take my own gf crackers with me ) There is always a large selection of fresh fruit For desserts their is the gf ice cream as mentioned you need to ask for this and their is a selection of sauces and sprinkles There are also other items available such as rice pudding and some chocolate items and if in doubt we asked Toni and he will advise if ok gf or not. Note that the poolside bar food is more limited for breakfast and lunch gf choices but the frankfurters and salamis are gf and there is cheese and salad ,if you want fries they will do these for you if you ask Toni in the restaurant and in the restaurant their is similar choice as evening meals and they will cater for your requests. Gf ice lollies and ice creams available all inclusive and to pay for. There are also 4 other restaurants which can be used free of charge if all inclusive these have to be booked at the club house on the morning of the day needed or if in a select apartment at the hotel reception the day before La Fontana - Italian We had a delicious pork in gf sauce which was fantastic and gf fries there were other gf choices and if you ask they are very flexible on what you can have with regards to vegetables and salads. Note for non ceoliacs the beer is San Miguel in bottles and covered by all inclusive. There are also The country grill ,The Argentinian grill, a Tapas restaurant. Which have gf free food but we have not tried them yet but will next year. All the staff at the VIsta Badia are all excellent and we thank Toni the restaurant Manager and Juan the Chef for their help with our needs for Gf food and using the freezer. Also many thanks to Tommy,Wendy and all the reception/management staff for their help and assistance with all our requests .More
Steve K, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
nice family hotel
It’s a typical family hotel. So if you go there you have to count with children running by the pool and babies crying in lobby. The hotel has a big restaurant with wide range of food. During lunch and dinner they also use grill where you can get fresh fish, meat or vegetables grilled. They have very comfortable apartments/suits with two rooms, small kitchen and a balcony. The animation team is very friendly. They organize games for children during the day and a special program in the evening. There is a entertainment in the bar every evening, even out of season. We had the all inclusive option, and what is the best about this hotel; it cooperates with two other hotels where you can try many sports ( from mini golf and golf, through arching up to diving). There are also 3 restaurants where you can go for dinner or use your all inclusive package. However there is a limited number of people for every evening, so to get a table you need to book it personally early in the morning. One unusual thing about the hotel; “all inclusive” doesn’t really mean “all”. It applies especially to the drinks and cocktails (you get rum, but not Bacardi. You have 4 kind of wines out of 12 that are available as all inclusive) and ice-cream (simply vanilla and chocolate are for free but the others like Magnum etc costs a fortune) which might be a problem if you stay at the hotel with kids. Oh! another thing are the beds - they have extreme hard mattress, so feel like sleeping on a stone-bed.More
Agata G, ma
booked a week self catering as we do not like to be tied to hotel but like to get out and about. after a quick transfer on arrival we were met by very friendly and efficient reception staff and were in our room within minutes. can't fault anything about our apartment as every room was well maintained and spotless. downstairs all the areas were just the same regards the upkeep the pool area was kept clean and tidy and had a bar in the corner the area also had a gate as a short cut to the street a bit of a risk for children as some guests were always leaving it open' even those with kids of their own. now the resort a short walk to the small beach with a prom for those who like to have a walk but they now have mobility scooters for hire including junior ones and on a few occasions we saw 3 children racing each other about 8 to 10 MPH. there is also miles of walks through the woods or you could hire a pony and trap/pony or a donkey for kids. the zoo is well worth a visit and has a free bus to it,but keep valuables out of sight as you drive through (on the zoo train) as it stops and the monkeys climb on.food and entertainment the delainey bar had a good singer on who just sounded like the various persons who recorded it. the other 2 main bars for singers were the brittania and kings head, and all served good food. the best we found was JJs on the main road and for 2 main courses a free bottle of wine of your choice. transport there is buses/taxis/trains and horse and carriage, and if you are wanting to cycle they are free from the hotel on production of your card/ also on the card is a 54 hole fantasy golf. we are that impressed with everything about this hotel and resort we will be back. PS not for the magaluf generationMore
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