The Hotel Sol Falco has got the fun factor when it comes to facilities. Not only does this hotel have 7 swimming pools, it’s also got a games room that’s crammed with arcade games and pool tables, a climbing wall, and a Yabba Dabba Doo shop that’s dedicated to The Flintstones.
The entertainment programme keeps things lively. During the day, children can get involved with fancy dress events, like pirate and superhero sessions, and creative workshops. In the evening, families can get together to watch shows, like acrobatics or flamenco dancing.
The hotel restaurant mixes the weekly menu up with theme nights and show cooking stations. The Italian corner is a big hit with kids, thanks to the freshly-baked pizzas.
Finally, the property is in a good location. It’s less than a 10-minute walk to Son Xoriguer Beach, which has a great reputation for watersports. Plus, it’s a 15-minute walk to the centre of Cala’n Bosch and its cafes, bars and restaurants.
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Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Locally produced alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, tea and coffee - time restrictions apply. Snacks at set times.
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With sunbeds and parasols.
An impressive sized pool for the kids to splash about in.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Stayed here for 1 week starting 20th September . We agree with the other comments on how lovely it was and could have stayed longer. Everywhere was clean and tidy and all the staff were helpful and polite making it a pleasure to be there. There was plenty of food to choose from even though it was coming to end of season . We will definitely be going again next year and look forward to seeing all the staff again who we feel we're like friends at the end of our stay.More
ian r, notts
siempre bien !!.
stayed for two weeks in July and returned for one week in August .Great location , hotel itself is well looked after. I stayed here 7 or 8 times now and hope to return in 2014. I really enjoy the mix of people who stay here , foods great, but for me its ALL the staff who I regard as friends that make staying at this Hotel a fantastic holiday. feliz navidad amigos.More
Mikefinca214, London, United Kingdom
Just returned from this hotel spent 2 lovely weeks and wished we could have stayed longer, it was kept very clean and tidy by the cleaning staff, food was excellent throughout our stay although repetitive but all inclusive holidays are, Entertainment was above average and we enjoyed some great shows in the evening, plenty for the kids to do during the day and early evening mini disco was attended with enthusiasm, Overall although not a cheap hotel to visit if you have family but still worth that little bit extra for a very good holidayMore
John O, Basildon, England, United Kingdom
Overall - a very enjoyable stay
We stayed at the Sal Falco from 16-23/09/2013. On first arrival we were greeted warmly, and I had a good feeling about the atmosphere of the place. When we got to out family room, I was however a little disappointed - as many have mentioned, the rooms are a little tired now. However, having said that, I soon found that this was really only aesthetics - and if you can look past that (don't get me wrong - they are not *that* bad either - but definitely 3* at very best, and some of the fittings are poor quality) you soon find that they are actually well appointed - and the things you need are there. Good size safe, decent shower always with hot water (poor shower curtain protection however - seems almost impossible to prevent annoying bathroom floor floods), plenty of storage space, fridge, telephone, hair dryer. The TV however, not so good. Looks like a museum piece and provides a poor reception with only 2 English channels (both news). This is a little disappointing in 2013 - especially with a young child. We don't go on holiday to watch TV but when you have to be back to the room quite early to put your child to sleep it would be nice to have the option of some entertainment (thank goodness for the iPad and downloaded video content). This was our first experience of all inclusive and it's pretty much what I expected. For a family with kids I think it works very well - the key being there's no waiting around for food and there's a good selection every day. The quality is variable - a lot of it very good (considering it's buffet - you can't expect a la carte standard, but it's very decent - I always enjoyed what I ate), some of it just 'ok'. Although there is variation - it's not huge but it's just about enough. The biggest problem is the temptation to eat too much ! ;-) The staff are definitely worth a mention. We found them all friendly, helpful, hard working and mostly efficient. The grounds are kept looking very nice, the pools clean, the rooms clean. Sometimes the speed of clearing plates away in the restaurant could be improved - and at times when we wanted to sit in the outside area for lunch or dinner, many of the tables had been used. vacated but then not cleard and re-set which meant we ended up inside. However, relatively minor quiblle and on the flip side, When we had a problem with the room safe @ 22.30 pm - a call to reception and within 10 mins a technician had been out and fixed it. Special mention for Tomas in the restaurant and the girl usually on the information desk (sorry, didn't catch your name) who were always particularly warm and welcoming. There are some other things that make this Hotel a very good choice too. Proximity to the beach - short walk (5 mins) and you are at a lovely little sandy beach with a small number of shops/restaurants. And just a little longer walk and you are @ Cala'n Bosch Marina. It's pretty much ideally located from that perspective - with supermarkets also nearby. So what could be better? As mentioned, the rooms, and the TV. But the one thing that did really irritate me (and perhaps it won't everyone) was Wi-Fi access. 4 Euros for an hour (or I think 11 for all day) and then it doesn't even work in the rooms - only in the central hotel areas. In my opinion, in 2013, Hotels should NOT be charging guests for Wi-Fi access - and it should be available in every room at no charge. First hotel I've been to in quite some time when you are charged for Wi-Fi. Perhaps Menorca is a little behind in this regard. So in summary. Good hotel - all the important things it gets right (except for Wi-Fi access and TV facilities). As long as you can look past the room aesthetics / fittings quality - you should have a very enjoyable stay here and should we go back to Menorca, I would definietly consider staying again.More
snaxo1, St Albans, United Kingdom
We arrived in Menorca at the sol falco hotel on Friday 13th September.An omen some would say...the rooms are a little dated as previously mentioned by others, but no one could fault the dedication of the staff.the hotel was clean and the pool area immaculate although the pool was very cold!! But you soon warmed up . The evening entertainment was absolutely fantastic..we had the Lion king,grease el divo tribute act .flamenco dancers ,mamma Mia and Motown ...each night was different and the team were excellent..I had been concerned that the Fred flintstone theme maybe a bit to much for my husband but he loved it.the team worked tirelessly to keep the children entertained and we are still singing the catchy tunes ... We only have two complaints...the first being smoking.....it was everywhere...we often choose to eat our meals in the courtyard but were constantly bothered by second hand smoke.. These people don't smoke while they are eating their meals but think it's ok to let smoke waft over me while I eat mine.also there should be no smoking around the pool area... The second problem was the WFI and having to pay for it..absolute disgrace this is the 21st century..I can access free WFI at a cafe but have to pay 4 euros for 1 hour......there should be free WFI ....More
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