This place has undergone a minimalist makeover. The revamp comes to the fore in the bedrooms. Accessorised with jewel-hued cushions, trendy headboards and flatscreen TVs, they’re funky in a low-key way. The lobby is an eye-opener, too. It’s a symphony of glass and marble graced with plush sofas and furnishings.
But of course, the décor is only part of the picture. There are the facilities to consider as well. The hotel is part of the bigger Club Protur Sa Coma Resort so, as a guest, you’ve got the pick of quite a range. The biggest draw has to be the Biomar spa which is definitely worth paying a bit extra for. This haven of tranquillity and treatments revolves around saunas, Turkish baths and a pool with water fountains.
It’s all about options when it comes to food, too. Meals are served buffet-style in the main restaurant, and you’ve got plenty of choice elsewhere within the complex. Head to Sa Bodega eatery for tapas, or La Fontana for Italian. And, although it’s not part of the hotel, there’s a Michelin-starred restaurant right next door serving up world-class cuisine – it’s well worth splashing out.
Last but not least is the location. Set along a tree-lined road, the Protur’s a five-minute walk from Sa Coma beach. The town centre is just a little further - 10 minutes or so.
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. National and international alcoholic and soft drinks 10.30-24.00. Snacks at set times.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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For breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Enjoy 50% off for use of the hydrothermal circuit which includes micro-bubble bed, seats with jet massage, body-massage jets, waterfalls and cervical jets, waterfall umbrellas, room with micro bubbles and a whirlpool bath. The spa also includes a massage and treatment service, subject to a charge.
Can be found just by the pool, with decking and comfortable seating.
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Don't even consider going to this hotel - Part 2.
If you read our previous review you will know what we thought of this hotel in 2012. We tried to keep this little gem to ourselves (as you can see from the title) but we failed miserably and people just keep booking, there will be no room for us shortly. We visited for the second time in October 2013, and as we all know most second visits don't always meet up with expectations, but this can't be said of the Sa Coma Playa, it felt like we had never been away, even the management and staff were the same. We were greeted like old friends by various members of Management and staff who remembered us from last year, even met quite a few returning guests from the previous year, doesn't this speak volumes. Chej one of the managers, was not working on the day we arrived. When he came into the dining room on our second day he immediately greeted us at our table and asked if we were pleased with our room. We said the only thing that would make it better was a sun bed on the balcony as my wife is disabled. His immediate reaction - "There will be sun beds on your balcony when you have finished your dinner" and guess what, when we were leaving the dining room at 10.00 pm Chej said "sun beds are on your balcony" and they were. Juan the other manager even remembered that it had rained the previous year when we had visited a show and his family had been there, I know it doesn't rain that much in Spain but this was ridiculous, what sort of memory do these managers have. Miguel in the bar (who we consider to be a mini Chej in the making) was exceptionally kind, friendly and helpful especially to my wife who struggles to walk, again nothing was too much trouble he is just brilliant. Yet again, cleanliness cannot be faulted, service cannot be faulted, food cannot be faulted, we are starting to get boring now but that's just how good it is, and we give full credit for this to the atmosphere created by the 'Brilliant' management and staff. From Chej, the figure head, to Juan, the engine, (as we all know, all ships need a figure head and an engine and these two do this superbly) you can not buy this with a pay check, only with commitment to be the best. Chej and Juan make a fabulous combination both work seamlessly together with obvious loyalty and respect for all their team who work with them (not for them). Both of them seem totally at ease and happy to contribute to any aspect of the smooth running of this well oiled machine. The entire experience of excellence, fostered throughout the unit, from top to bottom, showing loyalty, respect and commitment to their guests, it doesn’t get any better than this. We even looked at the 5 star out of curiosity, as we were looking to book the playa for 2014 and the 5 star was showing at a cheaper price. The Gran 5* had no atmosphere, it was cold and clinical and definitely not for us - even at a cheaper price if you wish to say you have stayed in a 5* (this would be OK) if you want a fabulous holiday with great atmosphere, a staff who’s only aim is to please you go and see Juan and Chej and their team. We have to say Sa Coma is not the prettiest location in the world (the beach has been improved for 2013) we have stayed but it is within easy distance of more lively towns. Having said that, the hotel and the complexes around it make up for it, these hotels are suitable for everyone Go and try for yourself, but please make sure you leave us a room for 2 weeks in October EVERY year.More
We had a fantastic few days here at the end of October. This was not our first visit and, as on previous occasions, we were not disappointed. There are several things that make this hotel stand out and have led us to return many times. First and foremost are the staff who, without exception, are welcoming, friendly and work hard to make sure guests have a great time. Special mention must go to the managers, Chej and Juan, who provide an almost constant presence and who set the tone for the rest of the staff. Nothing is too much trouble and we have always felt that they really do care about providing fantastic service. The hotel is spotlessly clean everywhere, from the bedrooms to the public areas and the pool area. The restaurant offers a wide choice and, as one of our party has coeliac disease, special dietary arrangements were made and the chef couldn't have been more helpful in pointing out which foods were suitable and offering to cook special dishes. I have no doubt that we will return next year - and the following year as well!More
Gail B, Hertford, United Kingdom
excellent cant wait to go back
stayed at this hotel from 23rd oct to 2nd nov and the weather was great, the hotel was excellent the cleanliness of this hotel was first class and the staff were very friendly and helpful. The rooms were lovely each had its own balcony,the food was excellent and the choices that were available was for everyone i cant say enough good things about this hotel i would recommend this to anyone and i have every intention of going back well done thompson this was a great deal.More
amanda b, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
Brilliant Service and good for Coeliacs
We stayed between 26/10/13 and 31/10/13. I had been diagnosed with Coeliac's disease earlier in the year , on contacting the hotel they were fully aware on my needs, they provided separate foods at breakfast and in the evening they got the chef out to take me round all the dishes to confirm what I could eat. No provision for coeliacs at the pool bar but I was able to eat my own food there with no problem. The managers Chej and Juan were brilliant, the long serving staff a delight. We cannot fault this hotel, well worth another visit.More
Mary B, Southampton, United Kingdom
Last week bliss
We stayed at the Protur Sa Coma 26/10 to 2/11 which was the last full week of the season. All I can say is the hotel is suberb , food excellent , service excellent ect ect. We really couldnt fault the hotel in any way. The resort was very quiet as expected but Cala Millor & Cala Bona easily reached and they were a little busier. Visited the spa on the one afternoon of poor weather ( the weather was superb apart from 1 day ) the spa was buy 1 get 1 free entrance so was well worth the 23 eu entrance for the two of us. We visited the Safari Park which was ok , mini golf , free bike hire is great as we could cycle to Cala Bona along the seafront cycle path. All in all this is about the best hotel we have stayed in. If you are thinking about booking - go ahead !!!More
AlanTHull_Yorkshire, Hull , Yorkshire
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