Protur Aparthotel Vista Badia  

This aparthotel is part of a bigger resort, which gives you loads of dining and sports options.

This hotel overlooks a huge, lagoon pool surrounded by lawns. And in summer, children have a waterpark with slides and a wonky castle. It's just 200m from the hotel. There’s a big choice of restaurants – La Fontana, the Italian one, gets great reviews on TripAdvisor.

This place is right next to a national park, while the wide, sandy beach is less than a 5-minute walk away. And it’s not much further to Sa Coma’s bars, shops and restaurants.

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Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

All Inclusive

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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Outdoor pool

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.

Buffet restaurant

Head to the buffet restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner - included depending on your Board Basis. You'll be able to get Continental breakfast from 10.30am to 12.30pm, plus there are late snacks between 11pm and midnight. Dinner is from 6.30pm to 9.30pm in July and August. Just so you know, gentlemen must wear long trousers for dinner.

Thomson Kids’ Club by Family Life for 3 to 11 year olds, May - Oct

Available from May 2017. Designed for 3 to 11-year-olds, our Kids’ Clubs by Family Life offer daytime activities, five times a week. To ensure all activities suit your little and not-so-little ones, we’ve split the Clubs into age groups and tailored the activities for each. Just like in our Family Life resorts, there’s Bamse Club for 3 to 5-year-olds and @611 Club for 6 to 11-year olds, so you and your kids get a taste of the full experience. For your peace of mind, all of our Kids’ Club team are trained to UK standards by TUI, and have undergone relevant checks. It's in the neighbouring hotel, Protur Safari Park.

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1 bedroom apartment with balcony

These smart, stylish 1-bedroom apartments are bright and spacious - sleeping up to 4 people. There's a twin bedroom and two sofa-beds in the lounge. You'll also find air-conditioning, satellite TV and direct dial telephone. There's also a kitchenette with two cooking rings, a microwave and a toaster. You'll also have a balcony for outside space.

select 1 bedroom apartment with pool view and large balcony

Select 1 bedroom apartments have satellite TV, Wi-Fi* and an equipped kitchenette. Plus, they feature large balconies which are furnished with 2 sunloungers, a parasol, a table and have a pool view.

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Loved it!

General: We stayed for a week at the beginning of May and enjoyed every minute. We got quite a good deal so very much felt it was worth the money. The room was lovely with ample space for hubby, myself and our two young children. The weather wasn't brilliant while we were there but we still got some use out of the main pool. The kids loved the splash pool. Plenty of sunloungers, all very well looked. Everything was immaculately clean and the staff were wonderful. Food: We were able to go to each A La Carte restaurant once during our trip which made a nice change from the buffets. Never had a problem getting a reservation for the time we wanted. The Indian restaurant was nice, food was tasty but the service was awful! Food plonked on the table in front of us, miserable staff. Kids menu was rubbish at this restaurant - no choice, fluorescent orange chicken pieces with rice and not a veggie in sight! The tex-mex grill was tasty and the staff here were wonderful! We were a bit disappointed that it was another buffet style restaurant as table service made for a nice change of pace! The Italian restaurant was lovely. Caprese salad for starter was lovely. Hubby and the kids had pizza for mains (someone had been overzealous with the herbs on one which was a shame as it put our little boy off it). Not the best pizza in the world, but fine. I had the chicken which was really tasty (unfortunately didn't get to each much of it myself as everyone wanted to share!!). Was really nice to get a proper bottle of wine too! We're not huge buffet fans, but we actually quite enjoyed the food. There was plenty of variety, reasonable quality and tasty. There was usually some pasta with a choice of sauce which was great for the kids. Always something different on the grill (we didn't really make the most of this as there was always a queue so not very practical with 2 little ones to wrangle!). There was always some kind of freshly cooked curry or stir-fry type dish which was usually lovely. Plenty of choice of fruit, ice cream and other puds. Room: We had a 1 bed apartment on the 2nd floor. We were overlooking the pool which was nice. Some apartments faced the car park and our neighbours had asked to be moved because they didn't like the outlook. There was no option to pay for a pool view when we booked but I did drop them a quick email to request one and was told they couldn't guarantee it but would try to accommodate. Rooms were quiet (although quite a bit of noise travelled in from the entertainment which was held in the bar area at this time of year, which was a bit annoying but not the end of the world). Air conditioning was centrally controlled, but the room was cool enough. Everything was new and immaculately clean. Hubby and I were relegated to the sofa beds. They were pretty comfortable but I'm quite tall and like to stretch out in bed so sometimes took a bit of shuffling to get comfy. Beds were very comfy. Our youngest had a cot which was great. Very clean, had no qualms about out little one sleeping in there (I'm pretty fussy!). Resort: I've been to Cala Bona/Cala Millor many times, but this was our first visit to Sa Coma and I was impressed. The beach was wonderful and the resort seemed very well maintained. We took the train/bus thing to Cala Bona on a rainy day which was good fun. We walked up to the castle on another rainy day which was wonderful. Nice, easy walk and lovely scenery. We enjoyed our stay. If the price was right, I would definitely stay.More

ilikeflowers_9,

Fantastic hotel and staff

This was our third year in Majorca, and this was the best one yet for us. The staff are excellent at what they do especially Raf (barman). The food was excellent and they had choice for everyone and every appetite. The entertainment staff are as equally as good with both daytime kids club and evening entertainment. We are already planning our return and we've only been home 3 days. Thanks guys for making our stay a special one. More

Andy G,

Wheelchair ? No problem ,super place and staff.

We have just returned from 10 wonderful days at this hotel ,all inclusive . First the two room apartment for wheelchair users was perfect a wide door a special bathroom /toilet /wet room , easy ramps to all areas from the room . One small problem getting on to the balcony was a bit tricky because of a lip at the bottom of the door. All facilities within the hotel we wheelchair friendly and the staff were always on hand to provide any assistance should it be required. The clean well maintained pool has both a stairway with a grab handle and a lift to provide access . The wireless connection was good throughout the areas (15 year old daughter was happy !! ). The internet connected computer was fast and free. The food and drink was as good as any I have had anywhere and the restaurants with "special " themes were of the highest quality with staff service to match. I myself, my wife and daughter can only highly recommend this destination as a super all inclusive . I can't comment on the sporting activities as we were just relaxing and chilling out for 10 days ,we did walk to the beach (flat easy stroll even with a wheelchair ) my daughter and I enjoyed a clean sandy beach down to the clear waters for a swim ,The beach and sea are not wheelchair accessible the promenade is.More

BluenoseGermany,

A very good hotel & location

We stayed here for 2 weeks during the summer holidays. We travelled there with our little boy (nearly 2) on a Thomson holiday. The reception area is lovely, bright & spacious & the hotel staff we were checked in by were really friendly. The hotel is quite large so directions to the room sounded a little complicated but were actually fine! The apartment: really good space, well equipped kitchen if you wanted to cook. Balcony was nice- had only a couple of chairs (but very minor issue!) TV had English channels, bbc etc if you wanted it. AC worked well & could be separated by areas. Shower was great, good pressure & temperature of water. Lots of hanging space for clothes. We unfortunately had a room which backed onto a pub & it was horrendously noisy from 11-3am, we'd have asked to have been moved had we known. Worth asking for a quiet room if you're a light sleeper (I'm not & I still struggled!) Cleaning: really clean apartment, lovely cleaner who came into ours each day (except tues & sat when they don't clean). The whole hotel is very clean & tidy, there was a team constantly cleaning & keeping the hotel tidy. The pool/pool area: we mainly used the baby splash pool but both were great. The baby pool was about 0.5m deep in the middle,perfect for paddling. The main pool, on the bouncy section, can get a little busy but there is plenty of space elsewhere to swim with little ones. The pool is also quite warm, not sure if it's heated but felt lovely. Loungers (the usual bone of contention!) there are lots of them,& chairs as well, they do however get taken early. Whilst the hotel has a rule of 'no towels out till 9am' we found some mornings they were all gone by this time. It didn't bother us as wanted ones by the baby pool in the shade, but these are limited. Not a major spoiler for us, but if you want a lounger for more than one person it's worth being aware. There are some cabana beds further away from the pool which were nearly always empty & they were nice. Food: the food in the main restaurant was great, there was a good selection of food to choose from; salads, soups, show cooking, hot meals etc. We were all inclusive for 2 weeks so I was a little worried we'd get bored, but there was enough choice! There are also 5 themed restaurants within the hotel group which you can try & book into (read about this later on!) they are all good, the Italian (la Fontana) & the Asian (cardamon) were the best two in my opinion. It's a shame that no matter your length of stay you can only go once, I think staying for 2 weeks I should have been allowed to go more than once!hehe. There is some big deal about going to the Indian restaurant 'Goa' & while it was nice it wasn't that great. Don't be too disappointed if you don't go, it's not worth the hours people would sit for to try & book it. Restaurant booking system; in the hotel lobby you can book into the restaurants, but only for the day you want to go,not a problem you'd think, however....the queue can start to build from 8am (it opens at 10!) so people can be at front. There are only a small number of seats for each place so can get quite competitive! You are also up against the other hotels in the group! Location: brilliant location, really close to the beach, a horse ranch, peddle bikes, shops, nature reserve etc. Hotel entertainment: the children's team work sooo hard, they are great, really positive lovely people. The children enjoy the activities & mini disco in the evening. There is a Thomson kids club in the hotel across the road, but we liked the hotel. Evening entertainment, as is often the way, was hit & miss (mainly miss!) but it's ok for an easy backdrop to relax. Overall, I'd thoroughly recommend this hotel to anyone & if I booked the same place twice I'd be back in a shot.More

Hammi85, 293920

Perfect family holiday

We have just returned from a 2 week stay at the Protur Vista Badia with our 2 sons (10 and 7). The hotel is very clean and well maintained. The staff all work very hard. The bar staff are amazing. We saw the manager walking around every day. The hotel run mini club provided entertainment or our youngest son and there was plenty to keep them both entertained. We hired bikes from the club house, played crazy golf, tennis and used the driving range. The bouncy dome in the swimming pool was a hit with the boys. The food was of a good quality and was always fresh and hot. There are times when the restaurant is busier that others, but after a couple of days we were able to work out when the quieter times were and ate then. There was always plenty or sunbeds and we did not have any issues with finding 4 together. Water aerobics before lunchtime was always popular. We had a 1 bedroomed apartment which provided ample space for a family of 4. We will definitely be returningMore

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