With its sea views and cocktail bar, this adults-only hotel is a stylish Menorcan retreat.
This place has a high-up position on a rocky clifftop, overlooking the whitewashed village of Binibeca Vell. Walk for 5 minutes and you’ll reach the village’s bars, restaurants and golden beach.
The hotel has just had a top-to-toe makeover, so you can expect fresh interiors. Rooms are modern, with pine wood furnishings and a cream and blue colour scheme
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Stylish adults-only holidays, designed for two
- Contemporary style
- Great settings
- Top dining scenes
- Relaxed atmospheres
- 20kg luggage allowance
- Adults-only hotels
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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A curvy pool with whirlpool baths is just one of the options here. It comes with a sun terrace speckled with sunbeds and parasols. Towels are available too.
A la carte restaurant
One visit to the à la carte restaurant is included per week.
The buffet restaurant offers a selection of tasty international meals, and there's seating on the terrace overlooking the sea too.
Rooms► View all
deluxe double room with sea view
These deluxe double rooms with their contemporary décor, complementary soft furnishings and sea view sleep two. They come with a turndown service, bathrobes, slippers and a Jacuzzi® on the outside terrace.
These stylish double rooms with their contemporary décor and complementary soft furnishings sleep two. They come with a double bed and a balcony or terrace for that bit of outdoor space.
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Stayed for two weeks at the beginning of October, All inclusive (strongly recommend as drinks are quite expensive eg 6 euros for a cocktail) We booked a standard room but upgraded after the first night to a Royal Suite, our review is therefore based on the room we had, and the time we travelled as the hotel wasn't full. Hotel The hotel is lovely, spotlessly clean with three great pool areas, the main pool has the bar area with waiter service and a great comfy seating area with fantastic views. The pretty village of Binibeca is a few minutes walk away. The village has a few bars, restaurants and shops if you want a change. The staff are fantastic they work really hard but always with a smile. Location The beach is about a pleasant 20 minute way, but the area is quite remote for getting out and about with only three buses a day taking you into Mahon from here you can get buses to other resorts. We hired a car for the first time and driving on Menorca is really easy. Rooms The standard room we were allocated had been fully refurbished but overlooked bins on the road. The room was lovely but wasn't very big, with very limited storage space. The Royal Suite was fab, and worth every penny of the upgrade (cheaper to do through the hotel) there was a bedroom, a seperate living room and the bathroom had a jaccuzi bath but was a bit tired. The outside space was AMAZING, with a roof terrace containing a sofa, table and chair, two sun loungers, a shaded day bed and a hot tub in the corner, with great views. Food and Drinks The drinks are the best we've ever had AL, the choice was brill and some are premium branded. The food in the restaurant was good not the greatest selection we've come across but you could always find something. The only problem was the temperature, everything was lukewarm at best although we were told that this issue is being addressed. The tables are quite close together and this may be an issue when the hotel is full. You can have snacks at the bar during the day and these were very good. There is a great Italian al a carte that you can visit once a week. Entertainment The hotel only has one bar, if the hotel is full you will struggle with seating, the entertainment takes place here, so if you don't like it or just want a quiet evening there's no where else to sit. We personally didn't think much of the duo (taylor made),we have stayed at other couples hotels and found the entertainment was far better. Tips Due to the hotels layout there are a lot of rooms with public walk ways and very little privacy, if you like to sit on your balcony to chill out and read we would recommend you try for a room on a high floor, if you can upgrade its worth it. The nearest Tobaconist is in Saint Luis, which is a taxi ride away, there is a bar in the village that has a vending machine for ciggies but this is not always stocked. The only shower facilities if you have a late check out are situated in the toilets of the bar area, but we were able to pay at reception for a late check out (approx. 22 euros). Pool towels are provided free of charge as are the safes in the rooms. All rooms have tea and coffee facilities (unlike some other couples hotels where there are charges for all of these). There is a book swap in reception. In summary,this is a fantastic child free hotel where you can relax, unwind and recharge. We loved it here, have recommended to friends and family and would return again.More
TraceySouthWales, South Wales
Great place to chill out
Spent the last week in October with the wife, great chill out as this is an adult only hotel. Parts were still being refurbished but overall a nice hotel. Definitely worth getting a sea view room, but not on the ground floor. Staff very friendly, food was ok but not 4*. The only real downside was that we picked the last week the hotel was open so they were slowly closing down around you. On the up side plenty of sun beds available! only 20 of us in the hotel on the last night. It really is a great place to relax. Short transfer to airport, ideal. Will returnMore
Adrian H, London, England, United Kingdom
My husband and I spent a week at the Vanity Eden resort in early September. We had emailed the hotel before arrival requesting an upper level room with sea view and our request was accommodated. Our room had been refurbished although the bathroom looked a little tired. Our room overlooked the main restaurant and as the blinds didn't close properly in the bathroom, I was a little paranoid that diners could see in. We spent our week relaxing by the pool at the far end of the complex as the pool by reception didn't get the sun all day and the pool by the bar seemed a little cramped. Very quiet at this pool so nice and relaxing. Only one bar and one toilet block (from what I could gather) so meant having to walk back and forth. Not a big deal really. Food in both the bar and restaurant very nice. We had a particularly nice meal at the Italian restaurant. We treated ourselves to a massage which was well worth it! Didn't attend welcome meeting but Nick the rep always friendly and welcoming along with Jayne, the cleaning and bar staff. The evening entertainment was a mixed bag. We preferred the local singers rather than the resident duo. All in all a nice little hotel - very chilled week had! More
Beware the Sea View Rooms on the public footpath!
Booked and paid extra for a sea view room as a treat however what you are not told is that many of the sea view rooms are on a public footpath. Our room was at the foot of a set of steps. The patios are directly onto the path so in the end we could not sit on it as the path is besieged with walkers, families with children, dog walkers, mountain bikers, all tramping up and down the path and steps. We had a hotel towel stolen from the chairs on the patio and our neighbours had clothing stolen and so could not longer dry their dive kit outside. We asked to move however the hotel was full. TUI also describe this resort as having a top to toe make over which is not accurate. Sadly after two responses from the tour operator that do not even mention the nature of our complaint they are not interested in refunding the money we spent on the room upgrade. If you like to use your patio and want to read quietly without being asked to take tourist pictures, endure kids running up and down and not have people peering into your bedroom patio doors make sure you know the room you are to be given! Even with the issues many others have alluded to (service speed etc) this would have been close to perfect however the deception re the sea view rooms is simply not acceptable.More
VBV638, Chichester, United Kingdom
Disappointing, potential of hotel not realised
Receptionists very good, two weeks of summer season and the place was quite empty, no problem with that. Booked room not ventilated properly, causing condensation, not sound proofed, endured snoring from adjacent room, requested a move, handled well by receptionist, into a room in the main block. Room rather tired and worn and not cleaned properly. Main restaurant very good food for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with multi choices and chefs very obliging when cooking special requests etc. Main restaurant service variable, OK to good. Some quite good wine considering the cost of the all in holiday. Bar by pool very good service. With no advance notice, the main restaurant closed for lunches 4 days into a 10 day stay, had to use pool bar. The rep explained that the hotel did not have many guests and so was losing money at that time, which is not the concern of a paying customer. Most disappointing. The manager did not appear to be a fluent English speaker, unlike the receptionists, or maybe he was not interested in handling an issue with a member of staff. I would not recommend this Hotel in it's current offering. However, it does have potential.More
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