Protur Biomar Gran Hotel & Spa  

This elegant hotel has three pools and sprawling gardens, and it’s close to the centre of town.

This hotel might be close to a national park, but it’s just a 5-minute walk to the centre of town, where you’ll find shops, bars and restaurants. And it’s about the same distance to the beach.

There are two big outdoor pools here, one with a swim-up bar. There’s a great buffet place, plus four à la carte restaurants. And a sports club keeps the active crowd happy – it even has its own driving range.

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

Late breakfast until 11.00.   

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2 outdoor pools

You'll have a choice of pools here depending on your needs. One is for adults only, while the other is child friendly. Both come with terraces with sunbeds.

Buffet restaurant*

Breakfast and dinner with show cooking are on offer here. Just so you know, gentlemen will need to wear full-length trousers for dinner.

Biomar Spa

When you fancy a bit of pampering, take advantage of the hydrothermal circuit at the spa. You get one circuit free of charge per night of stay and it includes micro bubbles bed, seats with jet massage, body-massage jets, waterfalls and cervical jets, waterfall umbrellas and a room with micro bubbles. Also available subject to charges are hydrojet and shower jets, whirlpool baths, a thermal zone with two saunas, Turkish bath, thermals, ice fountains, cyclonic showers and a sun deck.

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twin room

These twin rooms with their contemporary furnishings and décor can sleep up to three or they can be sold as a single. They come with a radio and iron.

swim-up junior suite

These swim-up junior suite sleeps up to three adults or two adults and one child up to 12 years. They come with bathrobes, slippers and vanity mirror. The swim-up pool is acclimatised between October and mid-May.

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very relaxing

Hotel quiet (April) so upgraded to junior suite. Variety of food was exceptional but hot dishes could have been hotter and unheated plates didn't help. Having said that, the starters and sweets couldn't be faulted and the presentation was excellent. Plenty of fruit at breakfast and in the evening. Outdoor pool was cold but spa amazing. Reception staff, including the manager, couldn't have been more pleasant or obliging. Thomson reps nowhere to be seen. Lots of very pleasant seating areas - there seemed to be plenty of room even if the hotel was busy. All in all a very good hotel.More

William B, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Perfection

Just had 3 nights as an anniversary getaway. Pretty much faultless hotel. ALL the staff were friendly and smiled and made you feel welcome. A drink on arrival and an upgrade to a junior suite. View of the pool and balcony, two TV's, fast wi-fi, fridge and tea making facilities. Lovely large bathroom and bath. Room 141. The Breakfast was almost worthy of our own 'best breakfast' ever award! Very good indeed (including help yourself to a variety of champagne!!) Didn't use the Spa, but had a dip in the indoor pool.....which was empty (of guests - not water!) Helped ourselves to the honesty bicycles which are storesd at the front of the hotel, so went off for an explore and covered gropund quickly to the local supermarket for the essentials such as wine and wine. Location is on the outskirts of Sa Coma and San Millar, which are your standard sort of built up resorts and not that exciting. Had a lovely day out at Inca (Thursday is market day), which was great and ate at ROM4N1, which was find of the holiday. You gotta eat here. I will review that too. Brilliant. Had a trip to Porto Cristo, about 10 mins drive away and that is a beautiful harbour and lots of good eateries. We ate at The Flamingo, which is on the hill at the end of the beach. It has a great view over the inlet. They did all sorts of grilled mesats and fish on the bbq. Very good sardines and value for money. A tip for you. I have been to majorca twice in the last two weeks. The first time I rented a vehicle from Europcar and queued for an hour to collect the car.This week I used SIXT and there was no que, but I would guess the queue was at least 2 hours for Europcar and a lot of the others were similar. Im not exagerating when I say some queues are maybe three hours long. Our thanks to the management and team at the hotel - great job, and thanks for the upgrade. Our one issue is that you could do with some better signs off the road for the hotel and why do you not have a sign above the doors to say who you are? We arrived at the back door and honestly only knew we were at the reception by walking in. Its a great place, so sell it to the public!More

Bondieoo7, Exeter, United Kingdom

A wonderful hotel.

We have recently returned from a week's stay at the Biomar. After a warm welcome at reception we were given an upgrade to a junior suite which,of course,was a lovely surprise. We stayed at the Biomar last September and the same thing happened. The hotel was by no means full so there was no problem at all finding an available sunbed each day. The pool was cold but my wife found the courage to have a regular swim;I didn't! She absolutely loved the first class spa facilities,which are available for two hours each day,free of charge. Also free of charge are such things as tennis courts,a golf driving range and bicycles,although some of the bicycles are badly in need of attention. Functioning brakes are quite important! All the staff in the hotel are unfailingly polite and friendly,from the always available and attentive manager to the maintenance staff and cleaners. The restaurant staff are the friendliest we have ever come across and the food is of a very high standard. The resort of Sa Coma is by no means the most attractive in Majorca but Cala Millor is only a ten minute walk away and is quite pleasant. My favourite resort in the area is Porto Cristo,a beautiful little place which can be reached either by bus or,preferably,by boat. We had a really relaxing week at the Biomar and were fortunate with the weather;we had only one relatively poor day out of seven. We met a number of very nice,friendly fellow guests such as Pete and Ann from Welshpool,and we fully intend to book a third stay sometime this year at a hotel we would unreservedly recommend.More

James_ME2412CD, Liverpool, United Kingdom

Lovely hotel, nice location

We booked this holiday last minute and got a great half board deal. We hadn't been that excited about going to Majorca, but it was really beautiful in Cala Bona and the surrounding area. The hotel was clean and comfortable and the staff all so friendly and helpful. Lots of the guests here return every year and knew each other but we still felt very welcome! The food was fine, nothing special, but then buffet restaurants aren't usually too spectacular. We had a lovely holiday, would recommend. Tip: you can hire bikes just down the road very cheaply. Ride along the coastal bike path, we had a couple of brilliant days doing this.More

Travel_Bug_Norfolk, Norfolk

5 stars hotel but

We stayed 10 nights in April. The hotel iwas not fully functional as the season hasn't started yet. Outdoor swimming pools were cold and not useable. There is indoor heated swimming pool. The entertainment programme was available at another hotel next door. They're is activities park where you can have various games including shooting and tennis. Bicycles are available free of charge. The hotel is at least 800 meters from the beach which is public and no facilities were available as it was off season, even the public toilets were closed. The jewel of this hotel crown is its spa. This is a purpose built complex includes gym, hammam(steam room), hair dresser and the most fabulous hydrotherapy pool. This has a circuit of variety of pressurised jets for different parts of the body. This is usually cost 25-30 euros but is free of charge to hotel guests. The a la carte restaurants were closed apart from the Asian one which was open twice a week. However the buffet restaurant provides amazing variety of delicious food and drinks. It would be helpful if the dessert contain alcohol is labelled as the are many children eating at the restaurant. The TV at bedroom was a disappointment as there are no satellite channels for fils or sports as expected in a five stars hotel, mainly freeview channels. The good thing about this hotel that the bedrooms buildings are separated from other facilities so the noise level is minimum. The best aspect of this hotel is its staff. They are the most helpful, courteous, approachable and try their best to help and meet your needs. The reception staff did help us to organise our daily activities and day trips. We booked with Thomson,however we were very disappointed with their input. There was no rep in the hotel, only contact was through telephone or email which was not satisfactory. We booked with a local tour operator,I. Punkt tours, they provide excellent excursions with competitive prices. There was no book available in the room regarding the hotel and local services and facilities. We were given a piece of paper on arrival to explain meals and spa times. This needs to be rectified.More

fatin, Manchester, United Kingdom

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Protur Biomar Gran Hotel & Spa
Rated: 4.5 /5 based on 441 customer reviews
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