Talayot Apartments  


The Talayot Apartments are tucked between the lively centre of Cala’n Forcat and the sandy cove of Cala’n Blanes – both are about a 15-minute walk away. You’ve also got some shops and restaurants just outside the complex if you don’t fancy venturing that far.

Life at the apartments is well suited to families. As well as a Thomson Kids’ Club for little ones, you’ll find six swimming pools spread around the grounds, which run the full spectrum between playful and peaceful. Among them is a lively river-like pool, a splash pool and a bigger, quiet affair with terraces framed by hedges. Finishing the line-up is a dinky children’s number with a fountain.

Apartments are housed in terracotta-topped, two-storey blocks. The blocks are scattered around the gardens, which are planted with palms and flowerbeds. They’re functional and comfortable, with satellite TVs and open-plan kitchenettes. Plus, they all have a balcony or terrace that looks out at all the greenery.

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Self Catering

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6 outdoor pools

From playful to peaceful, there's a great variety on offer when it comes to the pool scene. With a river-like pool, a splash number and a bigger, quiet affair with terraces.

Thomson Kids' Club

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.


With satellite TV.

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1-bedroom apartment

1-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4 with a twin bedroom and 2 sofa-beds in the lounge. Some apartments have child proof locks on balcony doors and cots are available to hire.

2-bedroom apartment

2-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 6, with 2 twin bedrooms and 2 sofa-beds in the lounge. Some apartments have child proof locks on balcony doors and cots are available to hire.

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Loved it!

We stayed here in June 2013 - a family holiday with kids aged 6 and 4. Didn't expect much but this hotel is really good. The staff are great, the apartment is a great size (we had a 2 bed) and it has loads of pools. This is a good place to go with a young family. There is a Thomson kids club to keep the kids entertained. Really good value for the money. The restaurant and snack bar offered a decent variety of food and not that expensive either. The evening entertainment for adults is average but fun to watch. Evening entertainment is not high on our list of priorities when booking a family holiday. The supermarket is directly opposite the hotel and is reasonably priced. It is a short walk to other restaurants, shops and water park. In the other direction we found a stunning cove (I think it's called Pirate Cove) if you want to sunbathe somewhere else and swim in the sea. We have booked to go back and are looking forward to returning.More

Michael B, Prestwick, United Kingdom

Great value and love it

People shouldn't take notice of people saying this place rubbish it is really lovely the staff are great the pools are awesome and the area is just so beautiful. I would go back every year. The price of the holiday is really cheap and the food is great. people saying avoid this place should be ashamed what we're they expecting a stay at the ritzMore


A good place for a family with younge children.

This was a lovely place, the apartment was nice and clean, it had a good variety of pools and was in a great location. The only problem I had with this hotel was it was mainly a place to go if you had younge children. Every morning you would get woken up to a loud song with all the children singing as it was the kids club. When I walked in with my 2 brothers and my friend and my parents, everyone kind of looked at as strange because me and my brother were like 17-18-20 at the time, and people just looked at us to be like 'what are you doing here this is a place for children'. Didnt really feel welcome at that point. The staff were nice, they showed us to a few clubs around. Which was Jimmy Hills. Other than that I really wouldnt reccomend going here if you are in your teens.More

Bethany H, Bristol, United Kingdom


My Family and I stayed at the Talayot, our fourth visit to Menorca. All hopes of a fantastic family Holiday were dashed when we arrived at the resort. They had spent a small fortune on renovating the main entrance, building an indoor pool which you had to pay to use. The gardens were nice and the place looks well kept but the room was a total disgrace. Screws found on the floor, broken shower unit. Broken beds with protruding nails, urine stained mattress, Ants everywhere, the room was above a rubbish and bin area, no balcony, no plug in the bath, TV didn't tune in and didn't work properly, bad locks on the windows, generally it was a dump and although we were repeat customers and had spent a lot of money over the years there we were refused a room swap. There's no shops really in the resort and most are over priced. There's a problem with Dog Poo around the streets too. Food in the resort isn't great and again over priced. The Aqua park is the only saving grace of the whole resort but after a week there you'll be bored as there's limited things to do. Frankies restaurant is good and worth a visit. We were glad to come home, I wouldn't go back if it was free!!!!!!More

ade f, Bristol, United Kingdom

Love the island but not location. Such a shame.

This was our 5th trip to Menorca and always will be a hidden jem for us but such a shame the whole area is being run down by the tourist industry, places are shutting down we mainly just use the apartments as a base to visit the island.More

AlanVicki, Frinton-On-Sea, United Kingdom

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