This big, family-friendly complex dishes up plenty of pools and activities. There’s even a waterpark open from June 'til mid-October.
The hotel is part of the Sa Coma Resort, one of Majorca’s biggest. You get to choose between four à la cartes, plus there’s a huge lagoon pool. Children get a Thomson Kids’ Club and a waterpark from June 'til mid-October, too.
It’s just a 10-minute stroll to the white-sand beach. And there are shops, bars and restaurants just a few metres from the hotel, while Sa Coma itself is also about a 10-minute walk away.
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.
These 1-bedroom apartments with their whitewashed walls and colourful soft furnishings can sleep up to four with sofa-beds in the lounge. There's a microwave and kettle, plus air-conditioning at the manager's discretion.
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A good family orientated hotel, at capacity during the school holidays. If you're happy to get up at 7am to reserve a sun lounger or book one of the dine-around restaurants then you'll be ok! If not, then be prepared miss out on prime seats.
The hotel is super clean, and the staff really friendly and great with the kids.
The evening entertainment was a bit hit and miss, and very amateur at times.
If you want to go to the water park, book well in advance. The food is fine, mass catering. But there is only one chef on the wok station, so there's a 30 min queue to have this.
In summary, its a typical, all inclusive, family orientated hotel.More
Victoria S, Ware, United Kingdom
Even though this hotel is very large it is extremely well managed, and designed to cater for the large volume of guests. For example there are several pools, and 2 large restaurants. On arrival you will be told which restaurant you will be using throughout your stay to avoid overcrowding but they are both exactly the same. The food was very good for an all inclusive and the service throughout the hotel was excellent. Our room was fantastic-very big, newly refurbished, light and cleaned 5 times per week. If squeezed for any negatives I can think of only 2 faults with this hotel, and they are not deal breakers in my opinion. Firstly there is very little space around the pool areas so laying your towel down on a nice quiet grassy area for example is not an option, although having said that I think this is commonplace in lots of Spanish all inclusive resorts. Secondly, the queuing system for the a la carte restaurants is close to ridiculous. We decided we would much rather pay to go out for an evening than queue for 2 hours. The town of San Coma is pretty busy with bars and restaurants but if you like somewhere a little more upmarket I highly recommend you travel to Cala Bona marina which is only 10 euros in a taxi, where you can enjoy a lovely selection of restaurants in picturesque surroundings. The evening entertainment is as you'd expect in the hotel but the seating areas around the stage are lovely if you just want to chill out and play cards with the entertainment as background noise. We went to La Reserva (the waterpark) 3 times during our stay which I highly recommend. It costs about Â£20 for a family of 4 which many found complaint worthy, but because you have to pay and the numbers are restricted it makes for a lovely relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle of the busy pool areas in the hotel. If it were free you could not enjoy that luxury. Oh, and the beach is fantastic too - and only a 10 minute walk away.More
ashley w, Camberley, United Kingdom
Lovely Family Hotel!!!!
Just returned from a Family and Friends Holiday there was sixteen of us in total and we ranged from 2years of age to 65 but I must stress that this was a one off holiday to spend some time with our family but it is not a Hotel for people who cannot tolerate an awful lot of children. The Pools were loud and noisy and you had to get up at 7.30 to obtain a chair for the day!!! The food was good and the Hotel was clean and tidy and staff very helpful, it s not too far from the beach and the surrounding area is very nice. We travelled during the six weeks holiday which probably accounted for the noise which we expected all in all a nice holiday but not a place to return to without the little people!!!!More
Jean M, London, United Kingdom
Great for families with 11 - 16 year olds
Best holiday ever! Our children are 11 and 15 year old and they had a great time with lots of other children of a similar age.
Loved it and defo returning next year - kids can't wait to go back, us too!More
jazspaz, Southampton, United Kingdom
Another great holiday at the safari park as coma
This was our 3rd time at the Safari Park Hotel. We all had a great time. There were 11 of us this time ages between 68 and 2. The staff are so friendly hotel lovely and clean food good. There are so many different pools you never have to be in the same place each day. We had 2 birthdays and 1 wedding anniversary while we were there and they made a special day even more special, especially for one of grandchildren who was 6. If you want a good family holiday this is the place to go.
The Walsh family.More